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Lani Guinier

Lani Guinier is the Bennett Boskey professor of law at Harvard Law School. She specializes in voting rights law, educational access and pedagogy, law and social movements, and issues of race, gender, class and social change. In 1998, Guinier became the first woman of color appointed as a tenured professor at Harvard Law School.