Professor of Law
Work law; technology and society; critical race theory.
Issues that spark your passion
Worker self-organizing; racial justice; economic equality.
“Time Politics of Digital Piecework,” published in the Center for Ethics Journal, University of Toronto.
Gig workers as unprotected essential workers in a global pandemic.
Favorite project you’ve spearheaded
Studying ride-hail drivers and driver collectives for a decade—and producing scholarship that helped them win rights.
Conducting an embedded ethnography with Rideshare Drivers United, a grassroots drivers’ group representing almost 20,000 Lyft and Uber drivers across California.
Particularly meaningful honor
The Michael J. Zimmer Award, recognizing significant scholarly contributions to justice, community, and labor and employment law.