Professor Kiren Dosanjh Zucker
Departments of
Business Law and Management


Professional Biographical Sketch

Bachelor of Arts, Syracuse University Magna Cum Laude Political Science
Juris Doctorate, University of Michigan Law School

2001 Master Teacher designation, Academy of Legal Studies in Business
2004 CSUN University Ambassadors’ Polished Apple Award
2004 CSUN Students with Disabilities Resources (SDR) Outstanding Faculty Award

Honorary Memberships:
Phi Beta Kappa (1986)
Delta Sigma Pi (2004) (nominated by former student)
Golden Key Honor Society (2002) (nominated by former student)
Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers (nominated by former student)

Sample Publications:
“The Meaning of Life: Defining ‘Major Life Activity’ Under the Americans with Disabilities Act,”8 Marquette Law Review 957 (Summer 2003).
“The Doha Declaration and Beyond: Giving a Voice to Non-Trade Concerns within the WTO Trade Regime,” 36 Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law 95 (January 2003) [with Larry A. DiMatteo, Paul L. Frantz, Peter Bowal, and Clyde Stoltenberg].
“Calling on Oncale: Federal Courts’ Post-Oncale Approach to the ‘Evidentiary Routes’ to Discriminatory Intent in Title VII Same-Sex Harassment Claims,” 33 Urban Lawyer 547 (Summer 2001).

University Service Highlights:
PIHRA/MA Faculty Advisor
COBAE Student Ethics Task Force Faculty Advisor
Latino Business Association Faculty Advisor (2002-2004)
University Research and Grants Committee member (2001-2004)
Department of Management Faculty Search Committee (2002, 2003)

Community Service Highlights:
Chrysalis Foundation Employment Advisor
Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles: Volunteer Director, School Discipline Clinic
Pro Bono Attorney in Special Educational Rights

Service to Professional Associations- Highlights:
American Bar Association Subcommittee on Educational Rights member
State Bar of California Committee on Professional Responsibility and Conduct (2002-2003)
Academy of Legal Studies in Business Employment and Labor Law Section Chair (2000-2001)

Course Information--Fall 2005


Management 380 (Tuesday/Thursday)
Employment Practices

Course Syllabus

Wrongful Termination: Defenses
 and Related Best Practices

Title VII

Affirmative Defense


Business Law 485

Course Syllabus

How to IRAC a Case

Title VII