B.A., University of Virginia; J.D., Harvard
Brishen Rogers is an Associate Professor of Law at Temple University Beasley School of Law and a Fellow at the Roosevelt Institute. His research focuses on labor/employment law, with particular interests in low wage work and the impact of technology on employment practices. He is currently writing a book for MIT Press on the law and political economy of new workplace technologies. His recent law review articles have appeared in the Texas Law Review, Harvard Law and Policy Review, Chicago Law Review Online, and various labor/employment law journals, and have been cited by the California Supreme Court and the European Court of Justice in landmark cases. His popular works include several recent articles in the Boston Review on automation, work, and universal basic income. Prior to joining the Temple Faculty, Rogers was a Climenko Fellow and Lecturer in Law at Harvard Law School. In Spring 2017, he was a visiting professor at Washington University in St. Louis Law School, and at the European University Institute in Florence, Italy.