Hannah Brenner Johnson is a law professor, attorney, and author. She has published a myriad of scholarly articles, book chapters, and two books. Her work sits at the complex intersection of law and gender, focusing specifically on institutions and disparate power dynamics in the context of sexual violence and gender inequality in the legal profession. She is currently the Vice Dean for Academic and Student Affairs and Associate Professor of Law at California Western School of Law. Hannah has three children, Isaac, Aidan, and Willow, and lives in Southern California with her husband.
Renee Knake Jefferson and Hannah Brenner Johnson talk about their research project into the careers and personal lives of nine women who could have been elevated to the Supreme Court.
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