August 17, 2020 |

Professor Andrea McArdle takes an interdisciplinary approach to teaching and scholarship, holding law degrees, and a Ph.D. in American Studies. In addition to Lawyering, she teaches Land Use and Community Lawyering through an urban lens, Property, Real Estate Transactions, and seminars in judicial writing. Her published work focuses on urban land use and climate governance, pedagogy, and the intersection of law, narrative, and voice. In October 2017, she co-organized a conference at the Law School, Climate Change, Environmental Justice, and Urban Resilience: Incorporating Community Voices, that addressed community-based strategies in response to the impacts of climate injustice. Her urban scholarship has also studied the community impacts of policing, in co-edited books Uniform Behavior: Police Localism and National Politics and Zero Tolerance: Quality of Life and the New Police Brutality in New York City.

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