We're very pleased to welcome Professor Jeff Redding to the Faculty Lounge this month. Jeff is an assistant professor at Saint Louis University School of Law. He teaches civil procedure and comparative law and publishes in these areas, as well as sexuality and the law. He presented his forthcoming piece, The Case of Ayesha, Muslim ‘Courts,’ and the Rule of Law: Some Ethnographic Lessons for Legal Theory, at the 2012 Stanford/Yale/Harvard Junior Faculty Forum in the Law & Humanities category. I confess: whenever I hear legal scholars talk about ethnography, I assume something interesting is happening.
Welcome to the Lounge!