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1 VITAE: JUNE ROSE CARBONE th Avenue South, Minneapolis, MN (612) EMPLOYMENT June Robina Chair of Law, Science and Technology, University of Minnesota School of Law, Minneapolis MN Subjects: Property, Assisted Reproduction and the Family, Law, Technology and Inequality January Edward A. Smith/Missouri Chair of Law, the Constitution and Society, June 2013 University of Missouri-Kansas City, Kansas City, MO Subjects: Property, Family Law, Law, Medicine and Bioethics, Assisted Reproduction, Comparative Assisted Reproduction (Ireland Summer Study Program) Aug Professor of Law, Associate Dean for Faculty Development ( ) Dec Santa Clara University School of Law, Santa Clara, CA Subjects: Property, Family Law, Feminist Jurisprudence, Financial Institutions, Biotechnology and Social Justice, Remedies Summer 2006 July June 2003 Co-Director, National University of Singapore Summer Program Focus: Intellectual Property and International Trade Presidential Professor of Ethics and the Common Good, Santa Clara University (rotating university chair affiliated with the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics, bioethics focus) Director, Sydney Summer Study Program, Focus: Law and Biotechnology Visiting Scholar, Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA Institute for Research on Women and Gender Aug December 1995 Aug June 1987 Sept July 1983 Associate Professor, Santa Clara University Director, 1994 Hong Kong Summer Study Program Focus: Comparative Legal Systems and International Trade Assistant Professor George Mason University School of Law Subjects: Contracts, Civil Procedure, Housing and Education Trial Attorney, Civil Division, Federal Programs Branch U. S. Department of Justice 1

2 EDUCATION Professional Yale Law School, J.D Undergraduate Princeton University, A.B Major: Woodrow Wilson School for Public and International Affairs Magna cum laude; Phi Beta Kappa BOOKS AND BOOK CHAPTERS PUBLICATIONS Marriage Markets: How Inequality is Remaking the American Family (Oxford University Press, 2014) (with Naomi Cahn) with Naomi Cahn, The Other Side of the Demographic Revolution: Social Policy and Responsible Parenthood in What Is Parenthood?: Contemporary Debates about the Family, Linda C. McClain and Daniel Cere, eds. (NYU Press, 2012). with Naomi Cahn, Red v. Blue Marriage in Marriage at the Crossroads: Law, Policy, and the Brave New World of Twenty-First-Century Families, Marsha Garrison and Elizabeth Scott, eds., (Cambridge University Press, 2012). with Naomi Cahn, Red Families v. Blue Families (Oxford University Press, 2010). with Leslie J. Harris and Lee E. Teitelbaum, Family Law, 3 rd & 4 th eds. (Aspen, 2005, 2009). with Leslie J. Harris, Teacher s Manual, Family Law, 3 rd & 4 th eds. (Aspen, 2005, 2010). From Partners to Parents: The Second Revolution in Family Law (New York: Columbia University Press, 2000). Neuroscience and Ideology: Why Science Can Never Supply a Complete Answer for Adolescent Immaturity, in Law and Neuroscience, Michael Freeman, ed. (Oxford University Press, 2011). with Paige Gottheim, Ethics within Markets for a Market for Ethics? Can Disclosure of Sperm Donor Identity be Effectively Mandated, in Baby Markets: Money and the New Politics of Creating Families, Michele Goodwin, ed. (Cambridge University Press, 2010). with Naomi Cahn, Examining the Biological Bases of Family Law: Lessons to be Learned from the Evolutionary Analysis of Law, in Law, Mind and the Brain, Michael Freeman, ed. (Ashgate, 2009). 2

3 ARTICLES with Leslie Joan Harris, Family Law Armageddon: The Story of Morgan v. Foretich, in Family Law Stories, Carol Sanger, ed. (Foundation Press, 2008). Autonomy to Choose What Constitute Family: Oxymoron or Basic Right? in Autonomy in the Law, Ius Gentium: Comparative Perspectives on Law and Justice 1 (Spring, 2007). "Back To The Future: The Perils and Promise of a Backward Looking Family Law Jurisprudence," in Reconceiving the Family: Critique of the American Law Institute's Principles of the law of Family Dissolution, Robin Wilson, ed. (Cambridge University Press, 2006) What Do Women Really Want? Feminism, Justice and the Market for Intimate Relationships, in Feminism Confronts Economic Man, Martha Fineman and Terence Dougherty, eds. (Cornell University Press, 2005). "Child Support Comes of Age: A New Ethic of Family Responsibility," in Child Support: The Next Frontier, J. Thomas Oldham and Marygold S. Melli, eds. (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2000). "Feminism, Gender and the Consequences of Divorce," in Divorce -- Where Next? Michael Freeman, ed (London: Dartmouth Publishing Company, 1996). with Naomi Cahn, The End of Men or the Rebirth of Class? 93 B. U. L. Rev. 871 (2013) (Symposium on Hanna Rosin s, The End of Men) with Naomi Cahn, Who s the Father? 93 Boston U. L. Rev. Annex 55 (2013) (on-line symposium on Adoptive Couple) with Naomi Cahn, The Gender/Class Divide: Reproduction, Privilege, and the Workplace, 8 FIU Law Review 287 (2013) (Symposium on Employment Law) with Naomi Cahn, Is Marriage for Rich Men? 13 Nev. L.J. 386 (2013) (Symposium on Masculinities and Law). Review Essay: Is Family Health a Measure of the Justice of the State? 11 Perspectives on Politics 241 (2013). Review Essay: Inside the Castle: Law and Family in 20th Century America, 47 Journal of American Studies e21 (2013). Once and Future Financial Crises: How the Hellhound of Wall Street Sniffed Out Five Forgotten Factors Guaranteed to Produce Fiascos, 80 UMKC Law Review 1021 (2012) (FCIC Symposium). 3

4 Out Of The Channel And Into The Swamp: How Family Law Fails in a New Era of Class Division, 39 Hofstra L. Rev. 859 (2011) (endowed lecture). with Naomi Cahn, Marriage, Parents and Child Support, 45 Family Law Quarterly 219 (2011) (symposium issue on child support). Marriage As a State of Mind: Federalism, Contract and the Expressive Interest in Family Law, 49 Michigan State L. Rev. 49 (2011) (symposium issue on e-marriage). Unpacking Inequality and Class: Family, Gender and the Reconstruction of Class Barriers, 45 N. Eng. L. Rev. 101 (2011) (endowed lecture). with Beth Burkstrand-Reid and Jennifer S. Hendriks, Teaching Controversial Subjects, 49 Fam. Court Rev. (2011) (special issue on family law education reform). What Does Bristol Palin Have to do With Same-Sex Marriage? 45 U. S. F. L. Rev. 1 (2010) (symposium on same-sex marriage). Cultural Conflict and the Revival of Class Warfare, 16 Washington and Lee J. of Civ. Rights and Soc. Justice 369 (2010) (conference on work and family). with Naomi Cahn, Embryo Fundamentalism, 18 William & Mary J. Bill of Rights L. J (2010) (symposium issue on religion, law and politics). Negating the Genetic Tie: Does the Law Encourage Unnecessary Risks? 79 UMKC L. Rev. 333 (2010) (symposium issue on family law) Who Decides What Number of Children is Right? 104 Nw. U. L. Rev. Colloquy 109 (2009). Roadblocks or Bypasses?: Religion, Science, and the Future of Genetic Engineering, 18 Kan. J. L. & Pub. Pol. (2009)(symposium on genetic engineering). with Naomi Cahn, Family Classes: Rethinking Contraceptive Choice, 20 U. Fla. J.L. & Pub. Pol'y 361 (2009). Assisted Reproduction, in the Chicago Companion to the Child (2009). If I Say Yes to Regulation Today, Will You Still Respect Me in the Morning? 76 George Washington. L. Rev (2008) (symposium on assisted reproduction). Age Matters: Class, Family Formation and Inequality, 48 Santa Clara L. Rev. 901 (2008) (symposium on family issues) 4

5 with Naomi Cahn, Behavioral Biology, the Rational Actor Model and the New Feminist Agenda, in Law and Economics: Toward Social Justice, Elsevier book series Research in Law and Economics (2008). with Naomi Cahn, Lifting the Floor: Sex, Class, and Education, 39 U. Balt. L. For. 57 (2008) (symposium on third wave feminism). with Naomi Cahn, Deep Purple: Religious Shades of Family Law, 110 W. Va. L. Rev. 459 (2007) (symposium on religion, law and the family). Is Fertility the Unspoken Issue in the Debate Between Liberal and Conservative Family Values? 3 Law & Social Inquiry (Summer 2007)(review essay). The Role of Adoption in Winning Recognition for Adult Partnerships, 35 Capital L. Rev. 341 (2007) (annual adoption law symposium). Review of The Family Transformed: Religion, Values and Society in American Life, Steven T. Tipton and John Witte, Jr., eds., 22 Journal of Law and Religion 101 (2007). From Partners to Parents Revisited: How Will Ideas of Partnership Influence The Emerging Definition of California Parenthood? 7 Whittier J. Child & Fam. Adv. 3 (2007) (endowed lecture). with Naomi Cahn, Examining The Biological Bases Of Family Law: Lessons To Be Learned For The Evolutionary Analysis Of Law, 2 International Journal of Law in Context 277 (2006). The Legal Definition of Parenthood: Uncertainty at the Core of Family Identity, 65 La. L. Rev (2005) (family law symposium). with Paige Gottheim, Markets, Subsidies, Regulation And Trust: Building Ethical Understandings Into The Market For Fertility Services, 9 Journal of Gender, Race and Justice 509 (2005) (symposium issue). "Law, Politics, Religion and the Creation of Norms for Market Transactions: A Review of The Birth of Surrogacy in Israel by D. Kelly Weisberg," 39 Fam. L. Q. 789 (2005). with Naomi Cahn, The Biological Basis of Commitment: Does One Size Fit All? (keynote address), 25 Women s Rights Law Reporter 223 (2004). Introduction: Teaching Socio-Economics, Symposium, 41 San Diego L. Rev. 1 (2004). Toward a More Communitarian Future? The Governance of Biotechnology, 4 STS NEXUS 21 (2004). 5

6 with Naomi Cahn, Which Ties Bind: Redefining the Parent-Child Relationship in an Age of Genetic Certainty, 11 William and Mary Bill of Rights L. Rev (2003). with Howard Fink, Between Private Ordering and Public Fiat: A New Paradigm For Family Law Decision-Making, 5 J. of Law and Family Studies 1 (2003). Toward a More Communitarian Future? Fukuyama as the Fundamentalist Secular Humanist, 101 Mich. L. Rev (2003). Ethics, Patents and the Sustainability of the Biotech Business Model, 17 International Review of Law, Computers and Technology 203 (2003). Will Lawyers Become the High Priests of Biotechnology? Et al. Magazine (Winter/Spring ). The Futility of Coherence: The ALI Principles for Family Dissolution, Compensatory Spousal Payments, Symposium on the ALI, 4 J. of Law and Family Studies 43 (2002). Back to the Future: Intellectual Property and the Rediscovery of Property Rights and Wrongs, Symposium on Teaching Property, 46 St. Louis U. L. J. 629 (2002). Is the Gender Divide Unbridgeable? The Implications for Social Equality, 5 Journal of Gender, Race and Justice 31 (2001) (symposium). with Margaret McLean, Access to Global Markets and The Creation of Trust: The Future of Genetically Modified Foods, 20 Business and Professional Ethics Journal 79 (2001). The Postdivorce Family: Children, Parenting and Society, 46 Contemporary Psychology: APA Review of Books 17 (2001). Donne e science fiction: Star Trek e le diverse generazioni di femminismo, in Star Trek: Il Cielo E Il Limite Franco La Polla, ed (1998). Introduction: From Partners to Parents: Toward a Child-Centered Family Law Jurisprudence, 39 Santa Clara L. Rev. 953 (1999). The Missing Piece of the Custody Puzzle: Creating a New Model of Parental Partnership, 39 Santa Clara L. Rev (1999) (symposium on family law). Justice and the Law School Tradition, 3 Explore 5 (1999). The Tie That Binds: Fidelity to Children--Not to Spouses--May Be a New Way of Approaching Family Policy, 8 Issues in Ethics 20 (1997). "The Marriage Contract," in The Philosophy of Law: An Encyclopedia, Christopher B. Gray, ed. (1996). 6

7 Child Custody and the Best Interests of Children -- A Review of From Father's Property to Children's Rights: The History of Child Custody in the United States, by Mary Ann Mason, 30 Family Law Quarterly 721 (1996). "Introduction: Morality, Public Policy and the Family: The Role of Marriage and the Public Private Divide," 36 Santa Clara L. Rev. 267 (1996). Dukeminier and Krier as Narrative: The Stories We Tell in the First Year Property Course, 32 Houston L. Rev. 723 (1995). Income Sharing: Redefining the Family in Terms of Community, 31 Houston L. Rev. 359 (1994) (lead article in symposium). A Feminist Perspective on Divorce, The Future of Children: Children and Divorce, Vol. 4, No. 1, (Spring 1994). Equality and Difference: Reclaiming Motherhood as a Central Focus of Family Law (reviewing Martha Fineman, The Illusion of Equality: The Rhetoric and Reality of Divorce Reform), 17 Journal of Law and Social Inquiry 471 (1992). with M. Brinig, Rethinking Marriage: Feminist Ideology, Economic Change and Divorce Reform, 65 Tulane L. Rev. 953 (1991). Reprinted in part in Family Law: Cases and Materials, 3 rd & 4 th ed., ed. by J. Areen, (1992 & 1999) and Community Property in California, ed. by G. Blumberg (1993). Economics, Feminism and the Reinvention of Alimony: A Reply to Ira Ellman, 43 Vanderbilt L. Rev (1990). The Role of Contract Principles in Determining the Validity of Surrogacy Contracts, 28 Santa Clara L. Rev. 581 (1988). The Limits of Contract in Family Law: An Analysis of Surrogate Motherhood, Logos, 9:147, Fall, 1988 (philosophy symposium on manufactured motherhood). with M. Brinig, The Reliance Interest in Marriage and Divorce, 62 Tulane L. Rev. 855 (1988). Reprinted in An Invitation to Family Law: Principles, Process and Perspectives, ed. by C. Schneider and M. Brinig (1996). Liquidation of a Federally Funded Agency: Lessons to Be Learned from the Greater Los Angeles Community Action Agency, 32 Catholic L. Rev. 129 (1982). WORK IN PROGRESS Freezing Hierarchy in the Workplace, solicited book chapter for book on egg freezing (with Naomi Cahn) 7

8 5 th edition: Family Law (Wolters Kluwer) (with Leslie Harris) The Marriage Divide, solicited book chapter London conference and book, Conflicting Values and Marriage in Public Policy: Insights into the UK, the US and Australia The Triple System of Family Law, Mich. St. L. Rev. (forthcoming Winter 2013) (family law symposium) (with Naomi Cahn) Unequal Terms: Gender, Power and the Recreation of Hierarchy (accepted for peer reviewed feminist legal theory special issue of Studies in Law, Politics, and Society, under revision) (with Naomi Cahn) The Triple System for Regulating Women s Reproduction, selected on the basis of competitive call for papers, "Intersections in Reproduction: Perspectives on Abortion, Assisted Reproductive Technologies and Judicial Review," will be included in conference at Yale Law School, April 17 th -18 th, 2014, and a special issue of the Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics (JLME) (with Naomi Cahn) Growing Inequality and Children (solicited for American University Symposium on Poverty in the New Guilded Age) (with Naomi Cahn) "A New Way to Look at Inequality," Chronicle of Higher Education (solicited essay, first draft in progress) (with Naomi Cahn) with Jody Madeira, Misconceptions, book length qualitative empirical project on informed consent and assisted reproductions (IRB approval, grant research, preliminary collection of data) SELECTED PRESENTATIONS Testimony before the California Assembly Committee on Finance and Insurance. Spring Presentation at 1991 AALS Annual Meeting, "Rethinking Marriage: Economic Change, Gender Roles and Divorce Reform." Presentation at 1993 AALS Annual Meeting, "Changing Notions of Property and the Family." Santa Clara University Center for Applied Ethics, Ethics at Noon, "Gender, Justice and the Family," Spring Presentation at 1993 Law and Society Association Annual Meeting, with M. Armstrong, "The Differing Notions of the Effect of Marriage on Property Entitlements in Community Property and Common Law Property Systems." Faculty Forum, Santa Clara University Law Faculty, "The Role of Civil Obligation in Divorce Settlements," March

9 Presentation to the Stanford Law Faculty, "Is There a Structure to Civil Obligation that Defines Obligations Within the Family?" April 27, "The Family, Non-marital Births and Welfare Reform," Center for Applied Ethics, Santa Clara University, March "Dukeminier and Krier as Narrative: A Morality Tale in Three Acts," Critical Networks Conference, Washington, D. C., March "The Family, Non-marital Births and Welfare Reform," Center for Applied Ethics, Santa Clara University, March Moderator, Ethics and Images of the Family: A Crossdisciplinary Approach, Panel, Santa Clara University, April "Incorporating Diversity into the First Year Property Course: Successes and Failures," Law and Society Annual Meeting, Toronto, Canada, June "The Politics of Welfare Reform," The Yale Club of the Peninsula, Palo Alto, California, July "The Incoherence of Parental Obligation," Scholars' Seminar, Institute For Research on Women and Gender, Stanford University, December 13, "What Happens to Feminism When Women Win," Scholars' Seminar, Institute for Research on Women and Gender, February 28, 1996, Stanford University. Panel Moderator, "Changing Families and the Law's Response," Conference on Families and Law: Changing Values, Rights and Obligations, 12th Annual Conference of the American Bar Association, Commission on College and University Studies, April 19, 1996, Denver, Colorado. "Child Support: Why is So Incontrovertible an Obligation So Radical a Departure from Centuries of Anglo-American Family Law?" International Society of Family Law Conference, June 14, 1996, Quebec, Canada. Gary Becker Meets Susan Moller Okin Or Why Economics Has Failed to Explain the Changing American Family, Feminism and Legal Theory Workshop, Columbia Law School, New York, NY, November 16, Choosing Between Children s Rights and Triage: Children, Families and the States, 9 th International Conference on Socio-Economics, Montreal, Canada, July 5, Women and Science Fiction: Star Trek and the Different Generations of Feminism, Conference on Science Fiction and the Humanities, San Francisco State University, Spring,

10 Race, Class and Civic Virtue, Civic Virtue Colloquium, Santa Clara University, May, Technological Shock, Inequality, and Family, Feminism and Legal Theory Workshop, New York, NY, November 6, Introduction: From Partners to Parents: Toward a Child-Centered Family Law Jurisprudence, Association of American Law Schools, Family and Juvenile Law Section Program, New Orleans, LA, January 6, The Missing Piece of the Custody Puzzle: A New Model of Parental Partnership, International Society of Family Law, Albuquerque, NM, June Children as Public Goods: A Philosophical Perspective on the Family, Feminism and Legal Theory Workshop, Itaca, NY, November, Rewriting The Code of Moral Obligation in Family Law, Law and Humanities Conference, Washington, D.C., March, From Partners to Parents: The Second Revolution in Family Law, University of San Diego Law School Faculty Forum, San Diego, CA, May 11, Game Theory, Trust, and the Revitalization of Family Law, International Society of Family Law, International Society of Family Law, Brisbane, Australia, July 11, Is the Gender Divide Unbridgeable? The Implications for Social Equality, Symposium on Gender, Race and Justice, University of Iowa, October 17, Socio-economics and the Future of Family Law, Association of American Law Schools, Section on Socio-Economics, San Francisco, CA, January 3, Discussant, Transcending Boundaries: The Constitution, Families, Federalization, and Federalism, Association of American Law Schools, San Francisco, CA, January 4, The Futility of Coherence: The ALI Principles, Compensatory Spousal Payments, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah, February 2, with Margaret McLean, "Genetically Modified Foods: Trust and Access to Global Markets," At Our Best: Moral Lives in a Moral Community, Business Ethics Conference, Santa Clara University, February 23, Combining Declaratory Judgments and Court-Sponsored Mediation in Family Law Decision-making: A New Model for Premarital Agreements and Pre-birth Declarations of Paternity, International Society of Family Law, Kingston, Ontario, June 16,

11 How Biotech is Different from Infotech: The California Cloning Commission and the Governance of Biotechnology, California Cloning: Responses to the Draft Report of the State Advisory Committee on Human Cloning, Markkula Center for Applied Ethics, Santa Clara University, October 12, 2001 Families and Markets Law and Feminist Economics, Socio-Economics and Law Teaching, Association of American Law Teaching, New Orleans, LA, January 3, 2002 Concurrent Sessions: Family Law, Socio-Economics and Law Teaching, Association of American Law Schools, New Orleans, LA, January 3, 2002 Has the Gender Divide Become Unbridgeable? The Implications for Social Equality, The Markkula Center for Applied Ethics, Santa Clara University, February 12, 2002 The Governance of Biotechnology: Toward a More Communitarian Future, The Young President s Organization, San Francisco, CA, March 12, 2002 with Naomi Cahn, Which Ties Bind: Redefining the Parent-Child Relationship in an Age of Genetic Certainty, Symposium on Children s Rights, College of William and Mary, March 15, 2002 Teaching Socio-Economics, Panel, Association of American Law Schools, Washington, DC, January 3, 2003 Cloning Dead Children, Biotechnology in the 21 st Century: A New Legal Landscape, Symposium, Santa Clara University Computer and High Tech Law Journal, February 7, 2003, Santa Clara University. Guiding Parental Decision-making in a New Era of Reproductive Technology, International Society of Family Law, University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon, June, The Future of Socioeconomics, Panel, Socioeconomics Section, Association of American Law Schools, Atlanta, GA, January 3, Unmarried Domestic Relationships: Property Policies and Their Implications, Family and Juvenile Law, Property Law, and Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Issues Sections, Association of American Law Schools, Atlanta, GA, January 6, The Biology of Commitment, Working Paper Workshop, Center for Social Justice and Public Interest, Santa Clara University, March, The Biology of Commitment: Does One Size Fit All? Keynote: Women s Rights Law Reporter Symposium on From the Margins to the Mainstream: Examining the Impact of Non-traditional Families and Identities on the Law, Newark, N.J. April 1,

12 The Biological Basis of Commitment and the Implications for Family Law, Stanford Law School, Law and Biosciences Program, September 27, Markets, Subsidies, Regulation And Trust: Building Ethical Understandings Into The Market For Fertility Services, Iowa Law School, symposium presentation, October 8, 2004, Iowa Law School. Back To The Future: The Perils And Promise Of A Backward Looking Family Law Jurisprudence, Conference on the ALI Principles of Family Law Dissolution, Harvard Law School, October 15, Creating a Market for Ethics, Conference on Socioeconomics, University of California at Berkeley, Boalt Hall, January 4, Neuroscience and the Future of the Rational Actor Model, Panel, Socioeconomics Section, Association of American Law Schools, San Francisco, CA, January 6, Assisted Reproduction, Parentage and Inheritance in the Twenty-first Century, Section on Donative Transfers, Fiduciaries and Estate Planning, Association of American Law Schools, San Francisco, CA, January 6, Roundtable: Family Law and Scientific Discourse, Law Culture and the Humanities, Austin, Tx., March 11, The Legal Definition Of Parenthood: Uncertainty At The Core Of Family Identity, Louisiana State L. Rev. Symposium, Baton Rouge, La., March 17, 2005 Property, Intellectual Property and the Brain, The Gruter Institute for Law and Behavioral Research, Stanford, CA, April 28, Race, Markets and the Future of Pharmaceutical Developments, panel, Association of American Law Schools, Washington, D.C., January 5, The FitzRandolph Memorial Lecture, From Partners to Parents Revisited: How will ideas of partnership influence the emerging definition of parenthood? Whittier Law School, February 28, Assisted Reproduction In An Era Of Polarization: An Institutional Examination Of Why Adoption May Be The New Battleground For The Recognition Of Partnership, Second Annual Wells Conference on Adoption Law, Capital Law School, Columbus, Ohio, April 7, Autonomy to Choose What Constitutes Family: Oxymoron or Basic Right? EACLE Symposium, American University, Washington, DC, May 26,

13 Behavioral Biology, the Rational Actor Model and the New Feminist Agenda, Symposium, Seattle University, Fall, Red States v. Blue States: Family Law in an Era Of Polarization, Missouri Bar, Family Law Section, Lake of the Ozarks, August, Gender, Trust, and the Recreation of Community, Society for Evolutionary Analysis of Law, University of Indiana, Bloomington, October If I Say Yes to Regulation Today, Will You Still Respect Me in the Morning, Symposium, George Washington University, October, Class, Gender and the Creation of Inequality, Workshop on Gender, Race and Class, Association of American Law Schools, New York, New York, January 4, Red Families v. Blue Families, University of Chicago Workshop, Chicago, Il., January 24, Age Matters: Class, Family Formation and Inequality, Symposium, Santa Clara University, February 15, The Two Halves of Biolaw (Behavioral Biology and The Law of Biological Innovation), Panel Organizer, AALS Section on Socioeconomics, AALS Annual Convention, San Diego, CA, Jan. 6 th, Contraception: Securing Feminism s Promise, University of Baltimore School of Law 2 nd Annual Feminist Legal Theory Conference, Baltimore, Maryland, March 5-6, 2009 Redefining Regulation in the Post Neoclassical Era, Association of American Law Schools Annual Meeting, Section on Socio-Economics, New Orleans, LA, January 6-10, Red Families v. Blue Families, Faculty Forum, Washington University, St. Louis, MO, February 15, What Does Bristol Palin Have to Do With Same Sex-Marriage? University of San Francisco Law Review Symposium the Future of Same-Sex Marriage, San Francisco, CA, February 26, Embryo Fundamentalism, Hastings Women s Law Journal Discussion of Assisted Reproduction, Hastings College of Law, San Francisco, CA, February 26,

14 Book Panel Reception, Red Families v. Blue Families: Legal Polarization and the Creation of Culture, George Washington University School of Law, Washington D.C., March, Red vs. Blue: The Source of Values Paradigms and the Creation of Cultural Constructs, Gruter Institute, Conference Law, Institutions and Human Behavior, Squaw Valley, CA, May 26 th, Book TV: Red Families v. Blue Families, New America Foundation, Washington, D.C., Broadcast on Book TV, July 7, Red Families v. Blue Families: Legal Polarization and the Creation of Culture, Chautauqua Lecture Platform for Contemporary Issues Forum, Chautauqua, NY, July 10, Red Families v. Blue Families: Legal Polarization and the Creation of Culture, Community Forum, Red Families v. Blue Families, New Bedford, Mass., Aug Regulating the Reproductive Body, Panel Presentation, SEALS Conference, West Palm Beach, FL, Aug. 4 th, Perspectives on Red Families v. Blue Families, University of Oregon School of Law Faculty Forum, Eugene, OR, September 8, Red Families v. Blue Families, National Center for Family Law Third National Family Law Symposium, University of Richmond School of Law, Richmond, VA, Sept. 13, Red Families v. Blue Families: The Role of Same-Sex Marriage, Williams Institute Speaker Series, UCLA School of Law, Los Angeles, CA, Oct. 1st, What Does Bristol Palin Have To Do With Same Sex Marriage? The Chapman Dialogue Series, Chapman School of Law, Orange, CA, Oct. 4th, Roadblocks or Bypasses?: Religion, Science, and the Future of Genetic Engineering, University of Kansas School of Law Biolaw Conference, Lawrence, KS, Oct. 22, Culture Clash: Surprising Truths about How Families are Formed in the United States, Princeton Club of New York, New York, NY, November, 2010, available at Marriage as a State of Mind, E-marriage Symposium, Michigan State University College of Law, East Lansing, MI. November 11,

15 Family, Gender and the Reconstruction of Class Barriers, Anna Hirsch Lecture Series, New England Law School, Boston MA, Nov. 18, What Does Bristol Palin Have to do With Same-Sex Marriage? AALS Workshop on Society, Changing Law: Conflicts Over Sexuality and the Evolving American Family, Panel on Before and Beyond Marriage, AALS Convention, January 6, Panel Organizer, Law, Regulation and the Perfect Baby, Workshop on Socio- Economics, January 6, Negating the Genetic Tie: Does the Law Encourage Unnecessary Risks? Greely Biolaw Workshop, Stanford University School of Law, Palo Alto, CA, Jan. 11, Red Families v. Blue Families: Working in Shades of Purple, Conference on Reproductive Justice, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI, January 29, Red Families v. Blue Families: The Emergency of Marriage as a Marker of Class, Frances Lewis Law Spring Faculty Workshop Series, Washington and Lee University School of Law, Lexington, VA, February 14, Red Families v. Blue Families: Legal Polarization and the Creation of Culture, University of Baltimore School of Law Faculty Colloquia , Baltimore, MD, February 17, Red v. Blue Marriage, Columbia Law School Conference: Marriage at the Crossroads, New York, NY, Feb. 24 th, Panel Discussion, Rutger s University Baby Market Conference, Rutgers School of Law Camden, Camden New Jersey; April 1, Out of the Channel and into the Swamp: How Family Law Fails in an Era of Class Division, Sidney & Walter Siben Distinguished Professorship Lecture in Family Law, Hofstra, Law School, Hempstead, NY, April 11, Co-organizer, Yale Cultural Cognition Project Conference on Gay and Lesbian Parenting, Yale Law School, New Haven, CT, April 29-30, The Growing Relationship between Class and Family: Should We Be Talking about Evolutionary Analysis? Gruter Institute for Law & Behavioral Research Conference Law, Institutions and Human Behavior, Squaw Valley, CA, May 23, Discussant, Panel on Political Economy of Development: Gender, Power and Identity, e VIII th International Colloquium on Economic Growth, Structural Change and Institutions organized jointly by the J.E. Cairnes School of Business & Economics at NUI Galway and the Department of Economics of the University of Brasília, Galway, Ireland, May 28 th,

16 The Emergence of Family as a Marker of Class, 4th Annual Midwest Family Law Consortium, Michigan State University College of Law, June 16 th, Embryo Ethics, Ethics Brown Bag Workshop, Children s Mercy Hospital, Kansas City, MO, June 28 th, Panel Presentation, The Cultural War and Red/Blue Divide: Re-examining the Debate Demographically and Behaviorally, American Sociological Association Annual Meeting, Las Vegas, NV, August 21, The Status of Embryos: The Future of Regulating In Vitro Fertilization, State of the Family, 2011, National Center for Family Law, University of Richmond, Richmond, VA, September 12, Red Families v. Blue Families and the Production of Class, University of Michigan, Lunch Presentation, Students for Reproductive Justice, Ann Arbor, MI, Oct. 3, Panel Presentation, The Status of Embryos, Panel on Assisted Reproduction and Pregnancy, 83rd Southern Political Science Association Annual Meeting, January 12-14, 2012, Hotel InterContinental, New Orleans, Louisiana. Out of the Channel and into the Swamp, Faculty Forum, St. Louis University School of Law, St. Louis, MO, January 25, What Really Happened to the American Family, Faculty Forum, University of Missouri, Columbia, Columbia, MO, February 3, Family and the Reproduction of Class, The New Politics of Parenthood, Keynote address, Bowdoin College, April 5, Who Believes What and Why about Gay and Lesbian Parenting, 11th Annual Update: Fair Play? LGBT People, Civic Participation & Political Process, William Institute, UCLA School of Law, April 13 th, Out of the Channel and into the Swamp: How Family Law Fails in an Era of Class Divergence, Law and Society Conference, Honolulu, HI, June 7, Embryo Abstractions and Parental Obligation, International Society of Family Law, North-American Regional Meeting, University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA, June 15 th, Embryo Abstractions and Obligations Toward Children, Leverhulme International Network on New Families, New Governance, University of Exeter, Exeter, UK, September 6,

17 The End of Men or the Rebirth of Class? How Hanna Rosin Leaves Out The 1% and Family Law Fails the Other 99%, Boston University Symposium, Boston, MA, October 12 th, Roundtable on Assisted Reproduction, Babymarkets Conference, University of Indiana, Mauer School of Law, Bloomington, IN, September 27-28, The End of Men or the Rebirth of Class? How Hanna Rosin Leaves Out The 1% and Family Law Fails the Other 99%, Classcrits Conference, University of Wisconsin Law School, Madison, WI, November th, Socioeconomics and the Politics of Race, Gender and Class in the United States, Socioeconomics Session, Association of American Law Schools Annual Meeting, January 3, Family Classes: What Really Happened to the American Family? Legal Theory Workshop, University of Miami, Coral Gables, FL, January 25, The Gender/Class Divide: Reproduction, Privilege, and the Workplace, Minding the Gap: Reflections on the Achievement Gap Between Men and Women in the Workplace in 2013, Florida International Univeristy School of Law, Miami, FL,, March 1, Is Marriage a Good Deal for Women? Making and Teaching Real Family Law: A Celebration of the Scholarship and Service of Professor Margo Melli, 6th Annual Midwest Family Law Consortium Workshop University of Wisconsin-Madison Pyle Center April 5-7, With Naomi Cahn, The Triple System of Family Law, In Search of Equality in Family Law, Michigan State University College of Law, East Lansing, MI, April 12, What is the Significance of Marital Property Rights in an Era of Class Division? Association for Law, Property and Society, University of Minnesota Law School, Minneapolis, MN, April th, Law, Social Factors and Innovation, Innovation and Growth: Biological, Economic, Institutional and Technological, Gruter Institute for Law and Behavioral Research, Squaw Valley Conference, Squaw Valley, CA, May 19-24, What Does Law Do? Disclosure As Part of Emerging Legal and Social Norms in a Multicultural Era, Revamping the Law & Policy of Reproductive Technologies: Children First? University of Minnesota Law School, Minneapolis, MN, June 12, Workshop on Family Law: Children s Issues, SEALS Annual Meeting, Palm Beach, FL, Aug. 4, Discussion Group: The Intersection of Reproductive Rights and Class, SEALS Annual Meeting, Palm Beach, FL, Aug. 4,

18 Marriage Markets: How Inequality is Remaking the American Family, Public Law Workshop, University of Minnesota Law School, Minneapolis, MN, Sept. 26, Hierarchy and the Status of Women in a More Unequal World, Civil Rights and Civil Justice: 50 Years Later, Law and Inequality: A Journal of Theory and Practice Symposium, University of Minnesota School of Law, Minneapolis, MN, Oct. 16, Unequal Terms: Gender, Power, and the Recreation of Hierarchy, A Workshop on the Transformation of the Family and the Recognition and Regulation of Intimate Lives, Feminism and Legal Theory Project at 30, Emory Law School, Atlanta, GA, Dec. 6, Unequal Terms: Gender, Power, and Hierarchy, Luncheon Address, Socioeconomics Section, Association of American Law Schools Annual Meeting, New York, NY, January 3, With Nancy Levit, Class-based Effects on Increasing Inequality, Socioeconomics Panel, Association of American Law Schools Annual Meeting, New York, NY, January 5, Unequal Terms: Gender, Power, and Hierarchy, MPLS Workshop, University of Minnesota School of Law, Minneapolis, MN, Feb. 21, Are Women About to Become a Lot More Like Men? Robina Chair in Law, Science and Technology Appointment Lecture, University of Minnesota School of Law, Minneapolis, MN, March 4, The Legal Status of LGBTQ Parents in an Era of Assisted Reproductive Technology, Diversity Week, University of Minnesota School of Law, Minneapolis, MN, March 13, PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS AND AWARDS Faculty, Children s Mercy Hospital Faculty, On-line Bioethics Program ( ) Lawrence Memorial Hospital Bioethics Group ( ) Yale Cultural Cognition Project, 2010-present Daniel L. Brenner Faculty Publishing Award, UMKC School of Law (awarded for outstanding publication of that year) Founding Member and Co- Organizer, Midwest Family Law Consortium, 2008 to present Founding Member and Co-Organizer, AALS Biolaw Section, 2009 to present Attorney Bioethics Roundtable, Center for Applied Bioethics, Kansas City, MO Santa Clara University Award for Recent Achievement in Scholarship, 2002 (awarded to university faculty member for excellence in scholarship over the last five years) SCU Law School Award for Distinguished Scholarship,

19 Founding Editor, Legal Scholarship Network, Family and Children s Law Abstracts Chair, Family and Juvenile Law Section, Association of American Law Schools, Advisor, Computer and High Tech Law Journal, present AALS Planning Committee: Professional Development Workshop, Section on Property, AALS Scholarly Paper Selection Committee, AALS Planning Committee: Defining the Family in the Millennium, Professional Development Workshop of the Sections on Donative Transfers and Family and Juvenile Law, AALS Liaison to the Joint Editorial Board of the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws Steering Committee, Markkula Center for Applied Ethics, Santa Clara University Certificate of Achievement, Women & Law, Santa Clara University, 2001 Featured Campus Author, Santa Clara University Bookstore, 2001 Dean s Recognition Award for Teaching Excellence, 1999 National Endowment for the Humanities, Summer Stipend, 1998 National Endowment for the Humanities, Grant Review Committee, 1999 to present Center for Science, Technology and Society, Summer Grant 2000, 2002, Santa Clara University Member, D. C. Bar 19

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