Asad Rahim is an Assistant Professor of Law. He writes in the areas of constitutional law, critical race theory and employment discrimination. Rahim’s research has been funded by the National Science Foundation and the American Bar Foundation. His publications have appeared or are forthcoming in California Law Review, UCLA Law Review and the Annual Review of Law and Social Science.
He was previously a UC Chancellor’s Postdoctoral Fellow at UCLA School of Law, a Law and Inequality Doctoral Fellow at the American Bar Foundation and an associate editor of the peer-reviewed journal, Law & Social Inquiry.
Rahim obtained his B.S. from Babson College where he received the Roger Babson Award, given to the most outstanding student in the graduating class. Between undergrad and law school, he worked as an equity derivatives analyst for JPMorgan Hong Kong. Rahim obtained his J.D. from Harvard Law School where he was a Jack Kent Cooke Fellow. After law school, he received his Ph.D. in Jurisprudence and Social Policy from UC Berkeley.
B.S., Babson College
J.D., Harvard Law School
Ph.D., UC Berkeley