Mike Zimmer is a Professor of Law at Loyola University Chicago where he teaches labor and employment courses and constitutional law.
Zimmer was awarded the first “Paul Steven Miller Memorial Award for Scholarly Contributions to the Field of Labor and Employment Law” in 2011. His writing focuses on employment discrimination, constitutional law and international and comparative employment law. He is co-author of Cases and Materials on Employment Discrimination (8th ed. 2013), The Global Workplace: International & Comparative Employment Law: Cases & Materials (2nd ed. 2012) and numerous articles in leading law journals and he has presented at many conferences on labor and employment topics. You can access many of Mike’s articles here.
Mike has had a peripatetic career in teaching. Having taught at the University of South Carolina and Wayne State, he was on the faculty at Seton Hall for 30 years before joining Loyola. He has visited at numerous schools including Northwestern, Illinois, Michigan State, Chicago-Kent and DePaul. Mike also has had a lot of experience teaching American and foreign law students abroad, including in Italy, France, the UK and China.