Professor Kerri Stone presents ”Teaching the Post Gender Generation,” at a SLU Law symposium. Photo courtesy of SLU Law.
Kerri Stone, associate professor at Florida International University College of Law, recently presented at the “Teaching Employment and Labor Law Symposium.” The symposium, sponsored by the William C. Wefel Center for Employment Law and the Saint Louis University Law Journal, was held on Feb. 15, 2013, in the William H. Kniep Courtroom at Saint Louis University School of Law.
Leading teachers and scholars of employment and labor law addressed their methods for innovative, effective teaching of labor and employment topics.
As part of the second panel, Professor Stone’s presentation was on “Teaching the Post Gender Generation,” and it dealt with how to lead classroom discussions on contemporary employment discrimination. Other members of the second panel included Miriam Cherry, professor of law, Saint Louis University School of Law; Nicole Porter, visiting professor, The University of Denver Sturm College of Law; and Wendy Greene, associate professor and director of faculty development, Samford University Cumberland School of Law.
“Saint Louis University is known for its annual conference and publication on teaching. It was an honor to be asked to speak the year that their focus was teaching employment law,” said Stone.
Professor Stone teaches Employment Discrimination, Employment Law, Labor Law, and Contracts at FIU Law. Her research focuses on examining anti-discrimination jurisprudence, and her work has appeared or will appear in the Hastings Law Journal, the NYU Annual Survey of American Law, the Yale Journal of Law and Feminism, the Akron Law Review, the Loyola Law Review, the Kansas Law Review, the NYU Journal of Legislation and Public Policy, the Columbia Journal of Gender & Law, and the NYU Journal of International Law and Politics, among other journals.
View a video of the panel