Tristin Green

Tristin Green is a Professor of Law and Dean’s Circle Scholar at the University of San Francisco Law School.  She specializes in laws affecting inequality, especially discrimination laws. She brings to her teaching and her scholarship a background in journalism and sociology, and an interest in human relations and in the ways in which laws and contexts shape those relations. Her research and teaching interests include feminist legal theory, employment discrimination, race, gender, and queer theory, status identity and emotions, and administrative structures, including wealth transfer systems and civil procedure.

Green often draws on the social sciences in her work to better understand how discrimination operates and how laws can be better framed and implemented to reduce discrimination and enhance equality. She collaborates frequently with sociologists, and her work has been cited in scholarly journals on gender and race as well as in law journals.  She is a founding member of UNLEASH Equality, founded in 2018 to provide evidence-based legal analysis and policy solutions for sexual harassment and other forms of sex-based harassment and discrimination. Her book, Discrimination Laundering: The Rise of Organizational Innocence and the Crisis of Equal Opportunity Law, was published by Cambridge University Press in 2017.

See Professor Green's book, Discrimination Laundering.


Leticia M. Saucedo

Leticia Saucedo is a Professor of Law at U.C. Davis School of Law.  She is an expert in employment, labor, and immigration law and she teaches immigration law, employment law, labor law and torts at U.C. Davis. Professor Saucedo's research interests lie at the intersections of employment, labor, and immigration law. She has focused her research on discrimination in  low-wage workplaces, and on the responses of immigrant workers to their workplace conditions. She has written several book chapters and law review articles advocating for policy changes in laws that allow for exploitative treatment of undocumented and contracted workers.  She is the co-author of an employment law casebook, Learning Employment Law (West 2019), and of Understanding Immigration Law, 3d. ed. (Lexis 2019), a text designed as in-depth background for students studying immigration law.  She is also a co-editor, with Richard Delgado, Jean Stefancic, and Marc-Tizoc Gonzalez, of Latinos and Law (2d ed. forthcoming, 2021).

See professor Saucedo's article, "Illegitimate Citizenship Rules" in Washington University Law Review.