Center on Race and Social Problems

Spring 2016 Speaker Series: Pat Chew

Click here to watch Pat Chew's lecture:

"Myth of the Color-blind and Gender-blind Judge"

Pat Chew is the Salmon Chaired Professor and Distinguished Faculty Scholar at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law, and a University Chancellor's Distinguished Teaching Award recipient. Her numerous presentations, both in the United States and abroad, are currently on judicial decision-making in racial harassment cases, subtly sexist language in the legal profession, the role of culture and race in legal disputes, and empirical research on civil rights disputes. Judicial groups and law schools across the country have invited her to speak. Professor Chew is the inaugural recipient of the Keith Aoki Excellence in Asian American Jurisprudence Award in 2011.