Professor of Law Emeritus Kenneth Casebeer Publishes Two Works on Labor Law


Kenneth Casebeer, Professor of Law Emeritus, has published a second edition of the textbook, American Labor Struggles and Law Histories and  “Vulnerable Communities: Proposing Community Syndicalism for Distressed Localities,” in Martha Fineman, Labor and Vulnerability. Professor Casebeer has consistently worked on the connections between law and power, and the state, work, and democracy. His scholarship on constitutional law and social theory, employment, labor history, medical ethics, and legal philosophy combines traditions of American Pragmatism and the Frankfurt School of critical theory. Currently, Casebeer is President of the Southern Appalachian Mineral Society, sits on the Board of the Asheville Museum of Science, and is a member of the Nantahale/Pisgah National Forest Partnership, and NC Trail of Tears Association.