Elizabeth Emens

Professor of Law
Columbia University

Elizabeth F. Emens is a Professor of Law at Columbia.  She teaches and researches in the areas of employment discrimination law, disability law, contracts, and law and sexuality.  She earned her BA and JD from Yale and her Ph.D. in English from King’s College, Cambridge.  Her articles about disability law and theory include Intimate Discrimination: The State’s Role in the Accidents of Sex and Love (Harvard Law Review, 2009); Integrating Accommodation (University of Pennsylvania Law Review, 2008); Shape Stops Story (Narrative, 2007); and a work in progress entitled Framing Disability.