A.B., Princeton University
J.D., University of California at Los Angeles
LL.M., Osgoode Hall, York University
Ph.D., Osgoode Hall, York University
Dr. Inniss teaches in the areas of property, criminal law, comparative racism and the law, and law in literature and film. Her current major research project is a socio-legal account of race, gender, slavery and the law at Princeton. Dr. Inniss is also a chambers leader for the FEMINIST INTERNATIONAL JUDGMENTS book project. Her research addresses the geographic, historic and visual norms of law, especially in the context of gender and race. She holds a PhD and an LLM with Distinction from Osgoode Hall, York University, a J.D. from the University of California, Los Angeles, and an A.B. from Princeton University.
Property, Race, Racism & the Law, Law, Literature & Film
Race, Property Law, Women and the Law, Canadian Law, Law and Literature, Law and Film, Gender, Critical Discourse Analysis, Legal Geography, Visual Regulatory Norms, Legal History, Slavery, Memory