Welcoming Three New Faculty Members
We are delighted to be welcoming three new faculty members to FSU Law this summer, who will begin teaching with us in the fall. All three professors are accomplished scholars and will bring important areas of expertise to our faculty. Afroditi Giovanopoulou’s research lies at the intersection of law and history, with a dual focus on the history of American legal thought, and on the legal history of international politics. She will teach Public International Law, American Legal History, Jurisprudence, and Foreign Relations Law. Both a lawyer and a medical doctor, Mason Marks’s research explores areas where law and medicine combine, including FDA regulation, health privacy, and drug policy. Marks teaches and writes in the areas of constitutional law, drug law, legislation, and technology regulation. Charquia Wright’s research lives at the intersection of civil rights and federal courts scholarship. She will teach Election Law, Race and the Federal System, Constitutional Law I, and Civil Rights Law. This summer, beginning today, we will include articles about each new professor in the newsletter, to introduce them further to our community. We are looking forward to having these dynamic scholars on campus!
Published on June 3, 2022