Elizabeth Brown awarded the Loevinger Prize
We are pleased to announce that the Loevinger Prize for Volume 61 has been awarded to Professor Elizabeth (Liz) Brown for the article The Femtech Paradox: How Workplace Monitoring Threatens Women’s Equity. 61 Jurimetrics J. 289 (2021). Professor Brown is a tenured professor of business law at Bentley University in Waltham, Massachusetts. A graduate of Harvard College and Harvard Law School, her award-winning research explores the intersections of employment law, technology and equity.
The Loevinger Prize is named in honor of Lee Loevinger, Esq., one of the founders of Jurimetrics. Mr. Loevinger was past chair of the ABA Section of Science and Technology Law, former Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of Minnesota, former United States Assistant Attorney General (antitrust division), and former FCC Commissioner.
The prize is normally $1,000, awarded annually or at longer intervals to the author of an article published in Jurimetrics that is judged to make the best contribution to the field. All authors who publish in Jurimetrics are automatically eligible (except for faculty at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, members of the Editorial Board, and the Section’s Council).
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