Deseriee Kennedy

Professor Kennedy has been a member of the at Touro Law Center faculty since 2007; she teaches civil procedure, family law, domestic violence, and health law.  Prior to joining Touro she was a member of the faculty at the University of Tennessee College of Law, for 12 years where she taught civil procedure, family law, women and the law, domestic violence, and business torts.

Literary Works

  • Intertwining of Poverty, Gender, and Race: A Critical Analysis of Welfare News Coverage from 1993-2000 (co-authored with Catherine Luther and Terri CombsOrme) 12 (NO. 2) JOURNAL OF RACE, GENDER, & CLASS 9 (2005).
  • Consumer Discrimination, to be included in OTIS H. STEPHENS, JR. & JOHN M. SCHEB II, ENCYCLOPEDIA OF AMERICAN CIVIL RIGHTS AND LIBERTIES (2005)
  • Processing Civil Rights: Summary Judgment and Consumer Discrimination Claims, 53 DePaul Law Review 989 (2004)
  • Decolonizing Culture: Black Women, Media & the Law, chapter in text, STEPPING FORWARD: BLACK WOMEN IN AFRICA AND THE AMERICAS (Catherine Higgs, et. al, ed.) (OHIO UNIVERSITY PRESS 2002)
  • Consumer Discrimination and the Limitations of Federal Civil Rights Protection, 66 Missouri Law Review 275 (2001)
  • Marketing Goods, Marketing Images: The Impact of Advertising on Race, 32 Arizona State Law Journal 615 (2000)