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Audra   Savage

Audra Savage

Post-Doctoral Fellow, in Law, Religion, and Human Rights, Center for the Study of Law and Religion, Emory University

Areas of Expertise

Race in American Legal History; First Amendment; Religious Liberty; Corporate Law

    Savage's work examines the law's effect on the rights of religious minorities, engaging several different fields of study. Her primary research interests lie at the intersection of law and religion, law and race, and American legal history. Other interests include international human rights laws as they apply to racial and religious minorities on a global scale, as well as the manner in which the corporation is a religious actor seeking accommodation while also being a complicit actor in the suppression of rights and religious and racial minorities.

    Savage has been published in the Florida Journal of International Law, and she contributed an essay to a book dedicated to the racial realism theory of Derrick Bell (forthcoming). She is spending the 2018-2019 year at Emory Law, teaching, writing, and conducting research. 

    An experienced corporate lawyer, Savage received an SJD and an LLM from Emory Law as well as a juris doctor from Columbia Law School and a bachelor of science from Northwestern University.