Faculty Profiles

Noah Zatz

Noah D. Zatz

Professor of Law
A.B. Cornell University, 1994
M.A. Cornell University, 1996
J.D. Yale, 1999
UCLA Law faculty since 2004

Articles and Chapters

Seeing Work, Envisioning Citizenship (with Eileen Boris), 18 Employee Rights and Employment Policy Journal 95 (2014). Full Text
Putting Intent in Its Place: A New Direction for Title VII, 28(4) California Labor & Employment Law Review 8 (2014). Full Text
Introduction: Working Group on the Future of Systemic Disparate Treatment Law, 32 Berkeley Journal of Employment & Labor Law 387 (2012). Full Text
Poverty Unmodified?: Critical Reflections on the Deserving/Undeserving Distinction, 59 UCLA Law Review 550 (2012). Full Text
The Impossibility of Work Law, in The Idea of Labour Law (edited by Guy Davidov & Brian Langille, Oxford University Press, 2011). Full Text
Beyond Misclassification: Tackling the Independent Contractor Problem Without Redefining Employment, 26 ABA Journal of Labor & Employment Law 279 (2011). Full Text
Supporting Workers By Accounting for Care, 5 Harvard Law & Policy Review 45 (2011). Full Text
The Minimum Wage as a Civil Rights Protection: An Alternative to Antipoverty Arguments?, 2009 University of Chicago Legal Forum 1 (2009). Full Text
Managing the Macaw: Third-Party Harassers, Accommodation, and the Disaggregation of Discriminatory Intent, 109 Columbia Law Review 1357 (2009). Full Text
Revisiting the Class Parity Analysis of Welfare Work Requirements, 83 Social Service Review 213 (2009). [Selected for the 2008 Stanford/Yale Junior Faculty Forum, Labor Law/Social Welfare Policy category.] Full Text
Prison Labor and the Paradox of Paid Nonmarket Work, in Economic Sociology of Work (edited by Nina Bandelj, Emerald Press, 2009). [Vol. 19 of Research in the Sociology of Work.] Full Text
Working Beyond the Reach or Grasp of Employment Law, in The Gloves-Off Economy: Problems and Possibilities at the Bottom of America's Labor Market (edited by Annette Bernhardt, Heather Boushey, Laura Dresser, and Chris Tilly, Cornell University Press, 2008). [Annual research volume of Labor & Employment Relations Association.] Full Text
Working at the Boundaries of Markets: Prison Labor and the Economic Dimension of Employment Relationships, 61 Vanderbilt Law Review 857 (2008). Full Text
What Welfare Requires From Work, 54 UCLA Law Review 373 (2006). Full Text
Welfare to What?, 57 Hastings Law Journal 1131 (2006). Full Text
Beyond the Zero-Sum Game: Toward Title VII Protection for Intergroup Solidarity, 77 Indiana Law Journal 63 (2002). Full Text
A Practical Legal Services Approach to Addressing Racial Discrimination in Employment (with Sharon M. Dietrich), 36 Clearinghouse Review 39 (2002).
Note, Sidewalks in Cyberspace: Making Space for Public Forums in the Electronic Environment, 12 Harvard Journal of Law & Technology 149 (1998). Full Text
Sex Work/Sex Act: Law, Labor, and Desire in Constructions of Prostitution, 22 Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society 277 (1997). Full Text

Other

A War on Community Service, Washington Post (April 12, 2008).
Welfare Reform—What Really Works, Los Angeles Times (Aug. 23, 2006).