Ann C. McGinley
Professor McGinley earned her J.D. in 1982 from the University of Pennsylvania Law School, where she served as editor of the University of Pennsylvania Law Review. After clerking for Judge Joseph Lord III, former chief judge of the federal district court in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, she spent five years in private practice, specializing in civil rights, employment, and commercial litigation. In 1989, Professor McGinley began teaching at Brooklyn Law School, where she taught civil procedure and legal research, writing, and analysis and published a number of articles on employment discrimination law. She then joined the Florida State University College of Law, where she taught, continued to publish, and served as associate professor of law and director of skills training. At the Boyd School of Law, Professor McGinley teaches Torts, Employment Discrimination, Employment Law, and Disability Law, and publishes articles on gender, employment discrimination, and employment law.
- Tort Law
- Masculinities Theory and Law
- Disability Discrimination Law
- Gender and Law
- Employment Discrimination Law
- Employment Law