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Atinuke Adediran

Associate Professor of Law

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Professor Adediran is an Associate Professor at Fordham University School of Law. She researches and writes about legal institutions, including companies, law firms, and nonprofit entities from an empirical sociological lens. 

Professor Adediran has published articles and essays in leading law review and peer-reviewed journals, including the California Law Review, Columbia Law Review, Law and Social Inquiry, Northwestern Law Review, Virginia Law Review, and UCLA Law Review. Her work has also been featured in popular outlets like Bloomberg Law, Fortune, and the Wall Street Journal.

Her forthcoming Cambridge University Press book titled, Disclosureland: How
Companies Construct Their Public Image and Discount People of Color, examines how large companies have responded to social pressure and conservative backlash on race and racial inequality. 

Professor Adediran holds Ph.D. and MA degrees in Sociology from Northwestern University and received her JD degree from Columbia Law School.