Academic Advisory Committee
Academic Advisory Committee
About the Committee
The National LGBT Bar Association’s Academic Advisory Committee is responsible for developing the academic component of the LGBT Bar’s Annual Conference and Career Fair’s programming. The working group is led by Professor Julie Greenberg. If you would like to join the Academic Advisory Committee, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Professor Julie Greenberg is an internationally recognized expert on the legal issues relating to gender identity and intersexuality. Her path-breaking work on gender identity has been cited by a number of state and federal courts, as well as courts in other countries. Her work has been quoted in hundreds of books and articles and she has been invited to speak at dozens of national and international conferences on the subject. She joined the Thomas Jefferson faculty in 1990 and was the Associate Dean for Faculty Development from 2003-2005. She serves on a number of nonprofit organizations’ boards of directors and has also been involved in a variety of community service projects relating to the rights of women and sexual minorities. Professor Greenberg’s work on behalf of LGBTI rights was recognized by the Tom Homann Association in 2006 when it presented her with the “Friend of the Community” award. She also was voted by her peers as one of San Diego’s Top Attorneys in Academics for 2006 and 2008.|
|Professor Elizabeth M. Glazer is an Associate Professor of Law at Hofstra University Law School and the Co-director of the Hofstra LGBT Rights Fellowship. She received B.A. and M.A. degrees in philosophy from the University of Pennsylvania in 2001. Professor Glazer recieved a J.D. in 2004 from the University of Chicago, while serving as a member of the Law Review. Her research examines the topic of exclusion in the First Amendment, antidiscrimination law and property law. Recent work has focused on the legal treatment of sexual minorities–specifically, bisexuals, transgender individuals and polyamorists–who do not fit precisely into antidiscrimination law’s established identity categories. Glazer’s recent work has appeared in the Northwest University Law Review, the University of Pennsylvania Law Review PENNumbra, the Temple Political & Civil Rights Law Review and the Hofstra Law Review, among other journals. She has also been invited to deliver lectures at Indiana University Maurer School of Law, Northwestern University School of Law, the University of Chicago Law School, among other schools, and to Morgan Stanley, Nixon Peabody LLP, The City of New York’s Department of Juvenile Justice, among other organizations. She was selected by the National LGBT Bar Association as one of the “Best LGBT Lawyers Under 40″ in 2010. Professor Glazer teaches courses in First Amendment, Jurisprudence, Property, Law & Sexuality, Business Drafting and Transactional Lawyering.|