Last fall, I was happy to start in a new role at the University of Cincinnati College of Law as its Associate Dean of Faculty. It is wonderful to get to celebrate all of the wonderful scholarship created by the Cincinnati Law faculty. I am very lucky to work at an institution that truly values scholarship and shares that knowledge with students, the community, legal practitioners, and other scholars. It is that spirit that motivates me to get back to the blog, especially given all of the developments in federal discrimination law over the last few months.
In the next few posts, I will be taking up an important new case from the Seventh Circuit, a major change in how we view the organization of federal discrimination law, and continue our discussion of causation. I hope you will join me again!