LATOYA BALDWIN CLARK
University of California, Los Angeles School of Law
385 Charles E. Young Dr. East, Room 3364
Los Angeles, CA 90095
baldwinclark@law.ucla.edu
(215) 779-1690

ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, LOS ANGELES SCHOOL OF LAW
Assistant Professor of Law, 2018 – present
Courses: Property Law
Family Law
Sociology of Law

UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO LAW SCHOOL
Earl B. Dickerson Fellow & Lecturer in Law, 2016 – 2018
Courses: Race in American Law: Identity, Education and Criminal Justice
The Social and Legal Construction of Race

EDUCATION

STANFORD UNIVERSITY
 J.D., 2014
 Ph.D. Sociology, 2014

UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA
 M.A. Criminology, 2008
 B.S. Economics – Wharton School, 2002

PUBLICATIONS

Education as Property, 105 VA. LAW REV. 397 (2019).

Beyond Bias: Cultural Capital in Anti-Discrimination Law, 53 HARV. CIV. RIGHTS-CIVIL LIB. LAW REV. 381 (2018).

Book Review of Schooling Girls, Queuing Women: Multiple Standpoints and Ongoing Inequalities by Helen A. Moore, 86 SOCIOL. INQUIRY 127-131 (2015).

The Problem with Participation, 9 MOD. AM. 20-39 (2013).

Social Reproduction, IN ENCYCLOPEDIA OF DIVERSITY IN EDUCATION (JAMES A. BANKS, ed., 2012), with Prudence Carter.

PRESENTATIONS

2019
 Berkeley/UCLA Junior Faculty Workshop, University of California, Berkeley School of Law
 Culp Colloquium, Duke Law School

2018
 Equality Law Scholars Forum, University of California, Davis School of Law
 Culp Colloquium, Stanford Law School
 Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Author Talk, Harvard Law School

JUDICIAL CLERKSHIPS

CALIFORNIA SUPREME COURT
Justice Goodwin Liu
2015 – 2016
San Francisco, CA

U.S. DISTRICT COURT FOR THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA
Judge Claudia Wilken
2014 – 2015
Oakland, CA

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

PROGRAM COORDINATOR
The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, 2004 – 2006
Philadelphia, PA

FINANCIAL ANALYST
Municipal Securities Group, U.B.S. Financial Services, 2002 – 2006
New York, NY & Philadelphia, PA

PRE-ACADEMIC APPOINTMENT TEACHING

STANFORD PRE-COLLEGIATE PROGRAM, Topics in Sociology, Summer 2014

STANFORD UNIVERSITY, DEPARTMENT OF SOCIOLOGY, Can Law Fix Race? Summer 2013

STANFORD UNIVERSITY, Teaching Assistantships
 Sociology of Education
 Social Class, Race, Ethnicity, and Health
 Race, Ethnicity, and Linguistic Diversity in Classrooms: Sociocultural Theory and Practices

UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA, Teaching Assistantships
 Introduction to Criminology

AWARDS AND HONORS

STANFORD UNIVERSITY
 Diversifying Academia, Recruiting Excellence (DARE) Fellow (2 year full tuition and stipend fellowship)
 Diversity Dissertation Research Opportunity Grant (award to conduct research)
 Morgridge Family Fellow, Stanford Graduate Fellowship (SGF) (3 year full tuition and stipend fellowship)
 Enhancing Diversity in Graduate Education (EDGE) Fellow (stipend and mentorship)
 Morrison & Foerster Foundation Scholar, California Bar Foundation (stipend)

UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA
 Onyx Senior Honor Society (Black Honor Society)
 Sphinx Senior Society (leadership Honor Society)
 David R. Goddard Award (awarded to top 4 vote-getting women and men campus leaders)
 James Brister Society Student Leadership Award for Exemplary Leadership (alumni award)
 Black Senior Award, Raymond Pace Alexander Award