Caitlin Borgmann, Professor, joined the faculty of CUNY Law in 2004. Her scholarship focuses on the respective roles and authority of the courts and the legislatures in protecting constitutional rights, and on the role and judicial treatment of fact-finding in constitutional rights cases. She has also written extensively about reproductive rights. Professor Borgmann received her B.A. from Yale University and her J.D. from New York University, where she was executive editor of the New York University Law Review. She clerked for Judge Robert P. Patterson, Jr., of the Federal District Court for the Southern District of New York and spent four years as a litigator at Davis Polk & Wardwell. After that she was the State Strategies Coordinator at the Reproductive Freedom Project of the ACLU for six years. In this capacity she was responsible for providing ACLU affiliates nationwide with legislative, legal, and communications advice and support. She also litigated reproductive rights cases. She has spoken widely about reproductive rights and given testimony before several state legislatures on this issue. Professor Borgmann is the editor of the Reproductive Rights Prof Blog.
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Why I Teach at CUNY Law?
"For me, CUNY School of Law has meant being able to move seamlessly from legal practice to academia without leaving the world of public interest law. Teaching at CUNY Law School has allowed me to continue my personal commitment to public interest law in an exciting and unique academic environment in which students, faculty, and staff work together toward social justice on a wide range of fronts."
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