Anita Hill

Anita Hill is a University Professor of Social Policy, Law and Women’s Studies at Brandeis University. She teaches courses on gender, race, social policy and legal history.

At Brandeis she shares responsibility for implementing “Fulfilling the Promise: The Brandeis University Strategic Plan.”

As counsel to Cohen Milstein, she advises on class-action workplace discrimination cases. Her latest book, “Reimagining Equality: Stories of Gender, Race and Finding Home,” combines the study of commercial and anti-discrimination law with an examination of culture and society to address the 2008 foreclosure crisis and its ongoing impact.

She received a BS from Oklahoma State University and a JD from Yale University.