Martin J. Katz
Employment and Labor Law
B.A., 1987, Harvard College
J.D., 1991, Yale Law School
Marty Katz specializes in antidiscrimination law, both within constitutional law and employment law. His work on antidiscrimination law has been published in the Georgetown Law Journal, the Notre Dame Law Review, the Indiana Law Journal, the Hastings Law Journal, and the Yale Law Journal. His work on separation of powers has been published in Constitutional Commentary, a peer-reviewed journal. He has lectured extensively on antidiscrimination law, free speech and religion, separation of powers, defamation, and employment-related intellectual property law. He also has made numerous media appearances. Prior to teaching full time, Katz was a partner in the employment law group at Davis, Graham & Stubbs, and a law clerk to David M. Ebel on the U.S. Court of Appeals. In his spare time, he flies search and rescue missions for the Civil Air Patrol.
- Teaching Professional Identity in Law School, 42 The Colorado Lawyer, Issue 10 (October 2013).
- Facilitating Better Law Teaching – Now, 62 Emory Law Journal 823 (2013).
- Analyzing Carnegie's Reach: The Contingent Nature of Innovation, co-authored with Stephen Daniels and William M. Sullivan, The Journal of Legal Education, forthcoming.
- Hoisted by their Own Petard: Struve Applies Pretext Analysis to the Court, Finds Justices’ Motives Questionable, http://worklaw.jotwell.com/ (January 21, 2011).
- Gross Disunity, 114 Penn. St. L. Rev. 857 (2010).