Pauline Kim - Activities

For additional activities, please see the current CV. [view] 

Selected Recent Activities

  • Member, American Law Institute (ALI), since 2000; Advisor to the ALI’s Restatement of Employment Law 
  • Member, Labor Law Group, since 2007
  • Principal Investigator, The Litigation Process in Government-Initiated Employment Discrimination Suits (with A. Martin & M. Schlanger), National Science Foundation grant, 2007–09
  • Member, Advisory Board, Center for the Interdisciplinary Study of Work and Social Capital, Washington University School of Law
  • Core Faculty, Center for Empirical Research in the Law, Washington University School of Law

Selected Recent Presentations

  • Paper Presentation, "Medical Privacy, Anti-Discrimination Law and Employee Wellness Programs," symposium on Privacy, Law and the Contemporary Workplace: New Challenges and Directions, Queen's University, Toronto
  • Panelist, “The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and Structural Reform of the American Workplace,” Jack Pemberton Legacy Event, University of San Francisco Law School, 2010
  • Paper Presentation, “Beyond Principal-Agent Theories: Law and the Judicial Hierarchy,” Political Science and Law Conference, Northwestern Law School/Searle Center, 2009; Faculty Workshop, Saint Louis University Law School, 2009; and Faculty Workshop, Washington University School of Law, 2009
  • Paper Presentation, “Deliberation and Strategy on the United States Courts of Appeals,” Faculty Workshop, University of Kansas School of Law, 2009; Faculty Workshop, Emory Law School, 2008
  • Paper Presentation, “Understanding Panel Effects,” University of Pennsylvania Law School seminar, 2008; Conference on Empirical Legal Studies, Cornell Law School, 2008; Faculty Workshop, University of Alabama School of Law, 2008

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