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Gary Blasi has been Professor of Law at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) since 1991 and an active public interest litigator since 1976. He works with law students in his clinical courses and as pro bono co-counsel in a number of civil rights and discrimination cases. In 2007, he was named one of the 100 top lawyers in California. His research examines the implications for practicing lawyers of recent scientific findings regarding bias, stereotyping and prejudice, and attitudes toward injustice. His 2002 article, Advocacy Against the Stereotype (49 UCLA L. REV. 1241), was among the first efforts to do so. He has also written about the implications of science for employment discrimination law and directed the largest study ever undertaken of the enforcement of employment discrimination law at the state level, California Employment Discrimination Law and Its Enforcement: The Fair Employment and Housing Act at 50 (with Joseph W. Doherty), UCLA-RAND CENTER FOR LAW AND PUBLIC POLICY (2010).

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