Anne Marie Lofaso

Professor Anne Marie Lofaso is the Arthur B. Hodges Professor of Law at West Virginia University College of Law and a Research Scholar at New York University School of Law Center for Labor and Employment. She currently serves as a Keeley Visiting Fellow at Wadham College, a Senior Academic Visitor in the Faculty of Law at the University of Oxford, and an Associate on the Oxford Human Rights Hub Blog.

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Justice Anthony Kennedy’s Human Rights Legacy: Introduction to the Blog Series

Justice Anthony Kennedy’s Human Rights Legacy: Introduction to the Blog Series

Anthony McLeod Kennedy, born on January 23, 1936, to Irish Catholic parents, announced his retirement on June 27, 2018, after thirty years on the United States Supreme Court.  Known as the “swing vote” after Justice Sandra Day ...
Scalia’s Record on Labour Rights as Human Rights – Justice Denied

Scalia’s Record on Labour Rights as Human Rights – Justice Denied

During Justice Scalia’s nearly thirty-year term, the Court decided nineteen private-sector labour cases in which the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) was a party. Three cases concerned whether the Court/NLRB/President had the ...
United States Labor Relations Board Cowardly Punts its Duties

United States Labor Relations Board Cowardly Punts its Duties

Earlier this month, the United States witnessed a major setback for freedom of association. The National Labor Relations Board (the Board)– the U.S. agency charged with “encouraging the practice and procedure of collective bargaining” ...