J.D. 2001, Columbia Law School
B.A. 1991, Harvard University
Caroline Mala Corbin is Professor of Law at the University of Miami School of Law. She teaches U.S. Constitutional Law I, U.S. Constitutional Law II, First Amendment, the Religion Clauses, and Feminism and the First Amendment. Her scholarship focuses on the First Amendment’s speech and religion clauses, particularly their intersection with equality issues.
Professor Corbin’s articles have been published in the New York University Law Review,UCLA Law Review, Northwestern University Law Review, Boston University Law Review, and Iowa Law Review, among others. Her writing has also appeared in the online editions of Harvard Law Review, Texas Law Review and the University of Pennsylvania Law Review. As well as writing for blogs such as Concurring Opinions, ACSblog, and Jurist, Professor Corbin is a frequent commentator for local and national media on First Amendment questions.
Professor Corbin joined the Miami law faculty in 2008 after completing a postdoctoral research fellowship at Columbia Law School. Before her fellowship, she litigated civil rights cases as a pro bono fellow at Sullivan & Cromwell LLP and as an attorney at the ACLU Reproductive Freedom Project. She also clerked for the Hon. M. Blane Michael of the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit.
Professor Corbin holds a B.A. from Harvard University and a J.D. from Columbia Law School. She was a James Kent Scholar while at Columbia Law School, where she also won the Pauline Berman Heller Prize and the James A. Elkins Prize for Constitutional Law.