Who are these people??!!!
William K. Townsend Professor of Law
Yale Law School
P.O. Box 208215
New Haven, CT 06520[email protected]
Subjects Antitrust; business associations; civil rights; contracts; corporate finance; law and economics; property.
Education B.A., Yale, 1981
J.D., Yale, 1986
Ph.D. (Economics), M.I.T. 1988
Professional Positions Articles Editor, Yale Law Journal
Admitted to the bar in Illinois, 1987
Law Clerk for Judge James K. Logan, U.S. Court of Appeals, 10th Circuit, 1986-87
Research Fellow, American Bar Foundation, 1987-91
Assistant Professor, Northwestern, 1987-90
Associate Professor, Northwestern, 1990-91
Visiting Professor, University of Virginia, 1990-91
Visiting Professor, Yale, 1991
Lecturer, Moscow State Institute of International Relations, summer 1992
Professor, Stanford, 1992-94
Visiting Professor, University of Illinois, 1997-98
Townsend Professor, Yale, 1994-
Associate Editor, Law and Social Inquiry, 1990
Professor Baker received her law degree (with honors) from the University of Chicago Law School, where she was a comments editor for the University of Chicago Law Review. She received her bachelor's degree in social studies (magna cum laude) from Harvard-Radcliffe College.
After graduating from law school, Professor Baker clerked for the Honorable Edward R. Becker of the Third Circuit Court of Appeals in Philadelphia, and from 1990 to 1993, she was a trial attorney with the Environmental Enforcement Section of the United States Department of Justice.
Professor Baker teaches courses in family law, property, feminism and evidence. She has published articles on natural resource valuation, gender issues in the family, and numerous articles on rape.
Katharine K. Baker
Asking What Before We Ask Why: Taxonomy, Etiology and Rape, 989 N.Y. ACAD. SCI. 288 (2003).
Gender, Genes, and Choice: A Comparative Look at Feminism, Evolution, and Economics, 80 N.C. L. REV. 465 (2002).
Dialectics and Domestic Abuse, 110 YALE L.J. 1459 (2001).
Alternative Caretaking and Family Autonomy: Some Thoughts in Response to Dorothy Roberts, 76 CHI.-KENT L. REV. 1643 (2001).
Biology for Feminists, 75 CHI-KENT L. REV. 101 (2000).
Unwanted Supply, Unwanted Demand, 2 GREEN BAG 103 (1999).
Power, Gender and Juggling the Work/Family Conflict, BOOKS-ON-LINE (March 1999) (http://www.booksonline.com
Text, Context and the Problem with Rape, 28 SW. U. L. REV. 297 (1999).
Sex, Rape and Shame, 79 B.U. L. REV. 663 (1999).
What Rape is and What It Ought Not Be, 39 JURIMETRICS J. 233 (1999).
Property Rules Meet Feminist Needs: Respecting Autonomy by Valuing Connection, 59 OHIO ST. L.J. 1523 (1999).
A Wigmorian Defense of Feminist Methods, 49 HASTINGS L.J. 621 (1997-1998).
Taking Care of Our Daughters, a book review of Martha Fineman, The Neutered Mother, The Sexual Family and Other Twentieth Century Tragedies, 18 CARDOZO L. REV. 1495 (1997).
Once a Rapist? Motivational Evidence and Relevancy in Rape Law, 110 HARV. L. REV. 563 (1997).
Consorting With the Forests: Rethinking Our Relationships to Natural Resources and How We Should Value Their Loss, 22 ECOLOGY L.Q. 677 (1995).
Comment, Contracting for Security: Paying Married Women What They've Earned, 55 U. CHI. L. REV. 1193 (1988).
KATHARINE K. BAKER
Chicago-Kent College of Law, Chicago, Illinois 60661, USA
Address for correspondence: Katharine K. Baker, Professor of Law and Associate Dean for Faculty Development, Chicago-Kent College of Law, 565 West Adams, Chicago, IL 60661. Voice: 312-906-5391; fax: 312-906-5280. [email protected]
Ann. N.Y. Acad. Sci. 989: 288-299 (2003).