Joel Friedman, a 37-year Tulane Law School faculty member, has expertise in employment discrimination law, labor law, civil procedure and mediation.
He is the author of The Law of Employment Discrimination: Cases & Materials, 9th edition (Foundation Press 2013); Cases and Materials on Civil Procedure, 4th ed. (Thomson/West 2013), with Michael Collins; and Employment Discrimination: Examples & Explanations (Aspen Publishers 2010). He’s also editor of Employment Discrimination Stories (Foundation Press 2006).
His biography of the late federal Judge John Minor Wisdom, Champion of Civil Rights
, was published by LSU Press in 2009.
Friedman has published law review articles on employment discrimination law and labor law and has served as a consultant to the Louisiana Legislature on equal employment opportunity, child abuse and gender-neutral insurance rating. He also has assisted in Tulane’s international outreach: He currently directs the Law School’s summer Institute of Chinese Law and Business Transactions and is working to create joint degree programs with several Chinese law schools.
Fall 2015 - Civil Procedure I; Employment Discrimination
Spring 2016 - Labor Law; Employment Discrimination Seminar