I’m very glad that Charles A. Sullivan will be joining us for as a guest blogger over the next few weeks. Charlie is a law professor at Seton Hall Law School and a former colleague. He takes great pride in disagreeing with me about nearly everything.
Charlie graduated from Harvard Law School and went on to get an LLM at NYU Law School. Prior to coming to Seton Hall, Charlie taught at the University of South Carolina and the University of Arkansas. Charlie’s scholarship focuses on employment discrimination, antitrust, and contracts. He is the co-author on many casebooks, including Cases and Materials on Employment Discrimination, Cases and Materials on Employment Law, and Employment Law: Private Ordering and Its Limitations, all published by Aspen. He is also a co-author of a treatise, Employment Discrimination: Law & Practice. Charlie is a member of the ALI and has served as Associate Dean of Seton Hall Law School in the past.
Charlie has also written a number of law review articles. Some recent publications include: Disparate Impact: Looking Past the Desert Palace Mirage, 47 Wm & Mary L. Rev. __ (2006); The Under-Theorized Asterisk Footnote, 93 Geo. L. J. 1093 (2005); Circling Back to the Obvious: The Convergence of Traditional and Reverse Discrimination in Title VII Proof, 46 Wm. & Mary L. Rev. 1031 (2004); and The Law and Genetics of Racial Profiling in Medicine, 39 Harv. Civ. Rts.-Civ. Lib. L. Rev. 391 (2004) (with Erik Lillquist).