Maureen Carroll is a professor of law at the University of Michigan, and teaches and writes about civil procedure, class actions, and civil rights litigation.
She is particularly interested in how procedure, substantive law, and the structure of the legal profession interact to define the scope of access to justice for identity-based discrimination and other broadly shared injuries. Her scholarship has appeared in the Duke Law Journal, the Boston University Law Review, and the Indiana Law Journal.
Following law school, Carroll worked as a staff attorney in impact litigation for Public Counsel in Los Angeles. She then returned to the University of California, Los Angeles School of Law as the Bernard A. and Lenore S. Greenberg Law Review Fellow.
Federal Rules of Civil Procedure with Selected Statutes, Cases, and Other Materials
"Non-Lawyer Judges in Devalued Courts"
"Civil Rights, Access to Counsel, and Injunctive Class Actions in the United States"
- Civil Rights