Charlotte Garden is an associate professor at Seattle University School of Law, where she teaches labor law, employment law, and constitutional law. Since 2017, she has been the law school’s co-associate dean for research & faculty development. Before joining Seattle University, she worked as a lawyer at Public Citizen, Bredhoff and Kaiser, and Georgetown University Law Center’s Appellate Litigation Clinic. She clerked for Judge Thomas L. Ambro of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, and is graduate of NYU School of Law and McGill University.
Professor Garden’s scholarship focuses on the intersection of work/labor/technology and the Constitution. In addition to authoring law review articles, she is a co-author of two leading labor and employment law casebooks, and a co-editor of The Cambridge Handbook of U.S. Labor Law For the Twenty-First Century. Her opinion and analysis pieces have appeared in outlets including the Washington Post, The Atlantic, and SCOTUSBlog.