Florida State University
College of Law
Main Classroom Building, Room #302
LL.M, University of California, Los Angeles, 2020
J.D., Georgetown University, 2017
B.S.E., Princeton University, 2014
Professor Charquia Wright’s research lives at the intersection of civil rights and federal courts scholarship. Professor Wright comes to FSU Law after having been the American Bar Foundation/AccessLex Institute Post-Doctoral Fellow in Legal and Higher Education. She also served as the associate editor for the peer-reviewed journal, Law & Social Inquiry. Professor Wright holds a B.S.E. in operations research and financial engineering from Princeton University, a J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center, and a critical race studies LL.M. from UCLA School of Law. Prior to receiving her LL.M., Professor Wright researched Brazilian police brutality as a Fulbright scholar and litigated voting rights issues across the United States.
After joining the FSU Law faculty in 2022, Professor Wright will teach Election Law, Race and the Federal System, Constitutional Law I, and Civil Rights Law.
Select Recent and Forthcoming Publications
Circuit Circus: Defying SCOTUS and Disenfranchising Black Voters, 83 Ohio St. L. J. 601 (2022)
Unmasking Western Science: Challenging the Army Corps of Engineer’s Rejection of the Isle de Jean Charles Tribal Environmental Knowledge under APA Arbitrary and Capricious Review, UCLA L. Rev. Online Series: Law Meets World (2020), https://www.uclalawreview.org/unmasking-western-science-challenging-the-army-corps-of-engineers-rejection-of-the-isle-de-jean-charles-tribal-environmental-knowledge-under-apa-arbitrary-and-capricious-review/