LATOYA BALDWIN CLARK
University of California, Los Angeles School of Law
385 Charles E. Young Dr. East, Room 3364
Los Angeles, CA 90095
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
Ph.D. Sociology, 2014
UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA
M.A. Criminology, 2008
B.S. Economics – Wharton School, 2002
Barbed Wire Fences: The Structural Violence of Education, 89 University of Chicago Law Review 499 (2022).
Stealing Education, 68 UCLA Law Review 566 (2021).
On Confirmation, 26 UCLA Women’s Law Journal 1 (2019).
Education as Property, 105 Virginia Law Review 397 (2019).
Beyond Bias: Cultural Capital in Anti-Discrimination Law, 53 Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review 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 The Modern American 20 (2013).
Social Reproduction, in the Encyclopedia of Diversity in Education (James A. Banks, ed., 2012), with Prudence Carter.
Justice Goodwin Liu, California Supreme Court, 2015-2016
Judge Claudia Wilken, U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California, 2014-2015
AWARDS HONORS & INVITATIONS
Professor of the Year, 2020
Equality Law Scholars’ Forum (2018)
Law and Humanities Junior Scholars’ Workshop (2021)
Progressive Property Conference (2021, yearly)