Mitchell Hamline Professor Kim Vu-Dinh was recently named to the editorial board of the Journal of Law and Political Economy as director of operations and logistics.
The journal is an online, peer-reviewed journal hosted by the University of California, Berkeley School of Law that aims to “explore power in all its manifestations (race, class, gender, sexuality, disability, global inequality, etc.) and the relationship of law to power.”
“I’m looking forward to engaging with other professors and scholars in the national landscape who think about the intersection between economics and injustice and how it affects disenfranchised communities,” said Vu-Dinh. “I’m also excited to share publication opportunities with my colleagues who work in this area, which helps them get their work the national attention it deserves.”
Vu-Dinh joined the Mitchell Hamline faculty last summer as an associate professor of law. Last fall, she debuted the Economic Inclusion Clinic, which is giving students experience representing clients working on behalf of historically disenfranchised communities. It’s a continuation of the work Vu-Dinh did at the William Bowen School of Law at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock.
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