Brad  Areheart

Areheart Brad
  • Associate Professor of Law

  • B.A., 2001, Baylor University
    J.D., 2005, University of Texas

     

  • Location: Room 367
  • Phone Number: 865-974-6808
  • Email: brad.areheart@tennessee.edu
  • Courses Taught: Contracts, Employment Discrimination, Employment Law, Labor Law
  • Additional Information: Curriculum Vitae (pdf), SSRN

Biography

Publications of Brad  Areheart

Brad Areheart is an Associate Professor at the University of Tennessee College of Law. His research and teaching interests include employment discrimination, disability rights, and antidiscrimination theory. His newest Article, Accommodating Every Body, is forthcoming in the University of Chicago Law Review in 2014. His other recent articles have been published in the Indiana Law Journal, Georgia Law Review, and Alabama Law Review.

Professor Areheart graduated with honors from the University of Texas School of Law. After law school, he litigated commercial disputes for five years and was an associate in the law firms of DLA Piper and Jenner & Block. Before joining the UT College of Law, he was a Visiting Assistant Professor for two years at Stetson University College of Law.

Publications

Biography of Brad  Areheart

Articles

The Internet as a Place of Public Accommodation (with Michael Stein & Angela Onwauchi-Willig) (in progress)

Framing Pregnancy Accommodations (in progress)

Accommodating Every Body, 81 University of Chicago Law Review (forthcoming 2014) (with Michael Stein, Anita Silvers, & Leslie Francis).

The Anticlassification Turn in Employment Discrimination Law, 63 Alabama Law Review 955 (2012).

GINA, Privacy, and Antisubordination, 46 Georgia Law Review 705 (2012).

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).

 

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