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Judith G. Greenberg
Contact Information

jgreenberg@nesl.edu
617-422-7245

Areas of Expertise
  • Women's Rights
  • Equal Protection
  • Domestic Violence
  • Child Custody
  • Women in the Legal Profession
  • Minority Rights
  • Family Law
Courses

Judith G. Greenberg

Professor of Law

Education

LLM, Harvard Law School
JD, University of Wisconsin Law School
BA, Cornell University

Professional Background

Professor Judith Greenberg has been a faculty member at New England Law | Boston since 1979.

Professor Greenberg served as associate dean from 2007 to 2013 and again from 2016 to 2018. She has written widely on feminist jurisprudence, race and legal education, and domestic violence. Her current interests relate to real estate law, women, and race.

She co-directs the Women’s and Children’s Advocacy Project of the law school’s Center for Law and Social Responsibility. Previously, Professor Greenberg was project director and staff attorney for the Center for Public Representation in Madison, Wisconsin.
 

Scholarly Work

Women and the Law, (2008) (Rev. ed. of Women and the law by Mary Joe Frug, 1992) (with Libby S. Adler, Lisa A. Crooms, Martha L. Minow & Dorothy E. Roberts.), Publication Press (2008)

Domestic Violence and the Law: Theory and Practice, (2007) (with Elizabeth M. Schneider, Cheryl Hanna & Clare Dalton)

Domestic Violence and the Danger of Joint Custody Presumptions, 25 Northern Illinois University Law Review 403 (2005)

Criminalizing Dowry Deaths, 11 American University Journal of Gender, Social Policy & the Law 101 (2003)

The Pregnancy Discrimination Act: Legitimating Discrimination Against Pregnant Women in the Work Force, 50 Maine Law Review 225 (1998)

Insider Trading and Family Values, 4 William and Mary Journal of Women and the Law 303 (1998)

Mary Joe Frug’s Women and the Law, (1998) (with Greenberg, Minow, Roberts)

Review of Privilege Revealed, 45 Cleveland State Law Review 251 (1997) with Robert V. Ward, Jr.

Teaching Race and the Law Through Narrative, 30 Wake Forest Law Review 323 (1995) with Robert V. Ward, Jr.

Erasing Race from Legal Education, 28 University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform 51 (1994)