Catherine Powell

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Eunice Hunton Carter Distinguished Research Scholar, Professor of Law (on leave, spring 2024 term)

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Office: Room 7-127

Faculty Assistant: Larry Bridgett, [email protected]

Areas of Expertise: Equality, Constitutional Law, Human Rights, Civil Rights and Civil Liberties in a Digital Age

Catherine Powell Press Highlights

Catherine Powell Named Senior Advisor to White House Gender Policy Council

Seven Fordham Law Professors Named Distinguished Scholars

Bloomberg Law: Prof. Catherine Powell Talks Threats Posed by AI-Powered Deepfakes

Profs Dorothy Roberts and Melissa Murray Headline Second Annual Eunice Carter Lecture, “Policing Black Families and Bodies”

Biography of Trailblazing Fordham Law Grad Eunice Hunton Carter Earns PROSE Award

Pulitzer Prize Winner Nikole Hannah-Jones Delivers Fordham Law School’s Inaugural Eunice Carter Lecture

The Literal – and Figurative – Atlas of Artificial Intelligence

Year-Long Series to Address Free Speech

The Color of COVID After Biden’s First 100 Days

A Year On, the ‘Color of Covid’ Still Matters

The Lockdown Showed How the Economy Exploits Women. She Already Knew.

Why Aren’t There Even More Women Political Leaders?

How COVID-19 Hurts Working Women

Column: The Pandemic Makes Clear it’s Time to Treat the Internet as a Utility

New Findings On Family Life During The Pandemic

Two Anniversaries Trump is Dishonoring

The “Welfare Queen” Goes to the Polls

“Viral Justice”: Interconnected Pandemics as Portal to Racial Justice

Interlocked Crises: Racism, Police Violence, and the Pandemic

The Color and Gender of COVID-19: Essential Workers, Not Disposable People