Mary Anne Case
A graduate of Yale College and the Harvard Law School, Mary Anne Case studied at the University of Munich; litigated for Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison in New York; and was professor of law and Class of 1966 Research Professor at the University of Virginia before joining the Law School faculty. She has also served as a visiting professor at New York University for the 1996-97 academic year and spring 1999, Bosch Public Policy Fellow at the American Academy in Berlin in spring 2004, Crane Fellow in Law and Public Affairs at Princeton University for the 2006-07 academic year, Samuel Rubin Visiting Professor at Columbia Law School in spring 2013, and Fernand Braudel Fellow at the European University Institute in spring 2016. The subjects she has taught include feminist jurisprudence, constitutional law, regulation of sexuality, marriage, family law, sex discrimination, religious freedom, and European legal systems. She is the convenor of the Workshop on Regulating Family, Sex, and Gender. While her diverse research interests include German contract law, theological anthropology, and the First Amendment, her scholarship to date has concentrated on the regulation of sex, gender, sexuality, religion, and the family; and on the early history of feminism.