Libby Adler

Libby Adler teaches Constitutional Law, Administrative Law, and Sexuality, Gender and the Law at Northeastern University School of Law, in Boston, Massachusetts. From 1994-1997, she practiced as a policy attorney for the Massachusetts child support enforcement agency, drafting legislation and regulations.  Prior to permanently joining the Northeastern faculty, she served as a part-time lecturer in 1998-1999 while also a visiting researcher and graduate fellow at Harvard Law School and then as a visiting member of the faculty in 1999-2000.  In addition, Adler was a visiting professor at the University of Frankfurt in 2000 where she taught a seminar on the Nazi Labor Program and the German Foundation, and at Harvard Law School in 2006 where she co-taught Women and the Law.  She is the co-editor of a casebook entitled Mary Joe Frug’s Women and the Law.  She has published and lectured in the areas of sexuality, gender, family and children as well as on contemporary legal issues arising out of the Nazi era.