César F. Rosado Marzán
Associate Professor of Law
Professor Rosado Marzán is the Chicago-Kent 2017 Norman and Edna Freehling Scholar. He will also be a Visiting Professor at the University of Iowa College of Law during the fall 2017 term.
Trained as a sociologist and an attorney, Professor Rosado Marzán's research interests lie at the intersection of qualitative empirical research and law. His current project, a case study of a Chicago worker center, attempts to understand how worker centers may contribute to a moral project that helps to reduce wage and income inequality. He is also working on a doctrinal project (with Professor Sergio Gamonal C. of the Adolfo Ibañez University of Chile), which attempts to provide fresh meaning to U.S. work law through so-called Latin American principles of work law.
He is the author (with Sergio Gamonal C.) of El Principio de Protección del Trabajador en el Derecho Norteamericano (Legal Publishing/Thomson Reuters) and editor (with Meron Kebede) of The Regulation of Compensation: Proceedings of the New York University 66th Annual Conference on Labor (Lexis 2014). His work has appeared in law reviews, law journals, and edited books in the United States, Europe, and Latin America, including the Minnesota Law Review, the UC Irvine Law Review, the Hofstra Labor and Employment Law Journal, the International Journal of Comparative Labour Law and Industrial Relations, Revista de Derecho Laboral y Seguridad Social, Revista del Colegio de Abogados de Puerto Rico, among others.
He has been a Guest Professor at Stockholm University's Law Department, a Visiting Professor at the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, and a Visiting Scholar at the American Bar Foundation and the Oñati Institute for the Sociology of Law. He was a member of the Regulating Markets and Labour Program at Stockholm University, which funded a number of his projects. He was a Princeton University Presidential Fellow and a José Padín Scholar at Haverford College. He is an active member of the Law & Society Association, where he has served in a number of committees and research collaborative networks, the American Sociological Association, the International Sociological Association, and the Puerto Rican Bar Association of Illinois, among other professional associations. Before arriving at IIT Chicago-Kent, Professor Rosado Marzán practiced union-side labor law in New York and Puerto Rico.
International and Comparative Labor and Employment Law
Ph.D., Princeton University (Sociology)
J.D., University of Pennsylvania Law School
M.A., Princeton University
B.A., Haverford College
The Limits of Human Rights for Labor Rights in Jill M. Jensen & Nelson Lichtenstein, The ILO from Geneva to the Pacific Rim: West Meets East 206-232 (Palgrave McMillan and International Labor Office 2016).
Work, Study, Organize!: Why the Northwestern University Football Players are Employees Under the National Labor Relations Act, 32 Hofstra Labor and Employment Law Journal 301-343 (2015) (with Alex Tillett-Saks).
Protecting Workers as a Matter of Principle: A South American View of U.S. Work Law, 13 Washington University Global Studies Law Review 605-665 (2014) (with Sergio Gamonal C.).
Age Discrimination Law in Latin America: Playing "Catch Up", in Ann Numhauser-Henning and Mia Rönnmar (eds.), Age Discrimination and Labour, 357-378 (2015) (with Sergio Gamonal C.).
Organizing with International Framework Agreements: An Exploratory Study, 4 UC Irvine Law Review 725-780 (2014).
Labor's Soft Means and Hard Challenges: Fundamental Discrepancies and the Promise of Non-Binding Arbitration for International Framework Agreements, 98 Minnesota Law Review 1749-1804 (2014).
Danbury Hatters in Sweden: A U.S. Perspective on the Available Remedies and Sanctions for Employers Who Suffer Unfair Labor Practices by Labor Unions, 30 International Journal of Comparative Labour Law and Industrial Relations 339-356 (2014) (with Margot A. Nikitas).
Punishment and Work Law Compliance, Lessons from Chile, 29 Hofstra University Labor and Employment Law Review 343-405 (2012).