Courtlyn Roser-Jones is an Assistant Professor of Law at The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law. Prior to joining the Moritz faculty, she was the was the 2016-2018 William H. Hastie Fellow at the University of Wisconsin Law School. Her primary interests are labor law, contracts, employment discrimination, administrative law, and constitutional law. Her article “Reconciling Agency Fee Doctrine, the First Amendment, and the Modern Public Sector Union” was recently published in the Northwestern Law Review. Roser-Jones graduated from Notre Dame Law School cum laude in 2013, and practiced labor and employment law at Reed Smith LLP before her fellowship.
Courtlyn Roser-Jones,Reconciling Agency Fee Doctrine, the First Amendment, and the Modern Public Sector Union,
Nw. U. L. Rev.
Courtlyn Roser-Jones,A Costly Turnover: Why the NFL’s Bounty Scandal Could Change the Current Legal Standard of Deferring to Internal Disciplinary Sanctions in Instances of Game-Related Violence,