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Understanding Imposter Syndrome

Understanding Imposter Syndrome

Update: 2021-08-05
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Catherine Smith joined the faculty at the University of Denver Sturm College of Law in 2004. She teaches torts, children and the law, and sexuality, gender and the law. She has published in legal journals, including Wisconsin Law Review, Washington University Law Review, and U.C. Davis Law Review. Smith’s research seeks to develop and expand children’s equal protection rights. Her co-authored amicus brief on children’s rights was cited and relied upon in the same-sex marriage decision, Obergefell v. Hodges. She recently completed a chapter (“concurring opinion”) for the forthcoming book, What Obergefell v. Hodges Should Have Said: The Nation’s Top Legal Experts Rewrite America’s Same-Sex Marriage Opinion (Jack M. Balkin, ed., Yale University Press, 2020). Smith is currently serving as an expert in Juliana v. United States, the landmark climate case brought by twenty-one young people suing the federal government for its role in the climate crisis. 

 

If you are interested in Marisol Solarte-Erlacher supporting your business or organization by speaking or training on topics such as Work Trauma for BIPOC women, Racial Battle Fatigue, supporting mental health in traumatic times, and building resilience in employees and resilient leadership in BIPOC women. 

 

Contact her directly at marisol@marisolerlacher.com if you want to learn more


Connect with Catherine via Twitter @catherineesmith

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Music: Inte-Gritty by Bianca Mikahn

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Understanding Imposter Syndrome

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