Professor Matambanadzo joined the Tulane Law School faculty in 2010. While in law school, Professor Matambanadzo served as an editor for the Harvard Women's Law Journal.
Since her graduation from law school, she has worked as a senior researcher on real estate and securities litigation matters at a law firm in Los Angeles while completing her PhD in women's studies at UCLA. Her dissertation title is Personifying Bodies and Embodying Persons: Legal Personhood Before 1900
. As a PhD candidate at UCLA, she has taught at UCLA, California State University Long Beach, and at the University of Oregon. In addition, she has published articles in the Cardozo Journal of Law and Gender
in Policy Futures in Education
, and she has written on legal education and on sex discrimination. Her teaching interests include corporate law and gender law.Professor Matambanadzo's CV
Fall 2012 - Law & Sexuality Seminar
Spring 2013 - Gender, Law & Public Policy; Business Enterprises