Associate Professor of Law
B.A., 2001, Baylor University
J.D., 2005, University of Texas
- Location: Room 367
- Phone Number: 865-974-6808
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Courses Taught: Contracts, Employment Discrimination, Employment Law, Labor Law
- Additional Information: Curriculum Vitae (pdf), SSRN
Professor Areheart teaches Contracts as well as an array of employment-based courses. He is the current chair-elect of the AALS sections for both Employment Discrimination and New Law Professors.
Professor Areheart writes in the areas of disability rights and antidiscrimination theory. His recent scholarship focuses on making opportunities (in the workplace or otherwise) accessible to everyone, with a focus on people who have physical or mental impairments. His recent articles in this vein are being published in the University of Chicago Law Review (forthcoming 2014), University of Michigan Law Review (forthcoming 2015), and George Washington Law Review (forthcoming 2015).
Prior to joining the UT College of Law, Professor Areheart was a visiting assistant professor for two years at Stetson University College of Law. Before that, he was in private practice for five years, litigating commercial disputes as an associate in the law firms of DLA Piper and Jenner & Block. Professor Areheart received his JD with honors from the University of Texas School of Law, where he was a member of the Texas Law Review.
Disability Bottlenecks and Equal Opportunity, 113 Michigan Law Review (forthcoming 2015) (with Michael Stein).
Integrating the Internet, 83 George Washington Law Review (forthcoming 2015) (with Michael Stein).
Accommodating Every Body, 81 University of Chicago Law Review (forthcoming 2014) (with Michael Stein et al.).
The Anticlassification Turn in Employment Discrimination Law, 63 Alabama Law Review 955 (2012).
GINA, Privacy, and Antisubordination, 46 Georgia Law Review 705 (2012) (invited contribution).
Disability Trouble, 29 Yale Law & Policy Review 347 (2011).
When Disability Isn’t “Just Right”: The Entrenchment of the Medical Model of Disability and the Goldilocks Dilemma, 83 Indiana Law Journal 181 (2008).
Regulating Cyberbullies Through Notice-Based Liability, 117 Yale Law Journal Pocket Part 41 (2007).
Intersectionality and Identity: Revisiting a Wrinkle in Title VII, 17 George Mason University Civil Rights Law Journal 199 (2006).