Survey of Employment Law
Workplace Law Practicum
B.A., Rutgers University
J.D., Harvard Law School
LL.M., Temple University Law School
Rachel Arnow-Richman earned her JD, cum laude, from Harvard University and her BA, summa cum laude, in English from Rutgers University. She also holds an LLM from Temple University School of Law, where she was an Abraham L. Freedman Fellow and Lecturer in Law. Prior to joining the College of Law, Prof. Arnow-Richman was an associate professor at the Texas Wesleyan University School of Law and a visiting associate professor at Temple University School of Law. Before entering law teaching, she served as a judicial clerk to the New Jersey Supreme Court and practiced employment and commercial law at Drinker, Biddle and Reath LLP in Philadelphia. She has served as visiting associate professor at Fordham Law School and a visiting professor at Colorado Law School. Prof. Arnow-Richman teaches and publishes in the areas of employment law and contracts. She was previously the Chair of the American Association of Law Schools Committee on Labor & Employment Law and currently serves on the executive committee of the Committee on Contracts & Commercial Law.
Modifying At-Will Employment Contracts, 57 B.C. L. Rev 427 (2016).
Developing Professional Skills: Workplace Law, co-authored with Nantiya Ruan (West 2016).
Mainstreaming Employment Contract Law: The Common Law Case for Reasonable Notice of Termination, 66 Florida Law Review 1513 (2014).
Employment Law Inside Out: Using the Problem Method to Teach Workplace Law, 58 St. Louis L. J. 29 (2013).
From Just Cause to Just Notice in Reforming Employment Termination Law, chapter in Research Handbook on the Economics of Labor and Employment Law, Cynthia Estlund and Michael Wacter, eds., Edward Elgar Publishing (2012).