B.A., 1993, Harvard University
J.D., 1996, Yale Law School
Areas of Expertise
Myriam Gilles specializes in class actions and aggregate litigation, and has written extensively on class action waivers in arbitration clauses. She also writes on structural reform litigation and tort law. Her articles have appeared in top law reviews, including Chicago, Columbia, Michigan, and Penn. Professor Gilles teaches Torts, Products Liability, Class Actions & Aggregate Litigation. In 2004, she was a visiting professor at the University of Virginia Law School and in 2005-06, was a fellow in the Program of Law and Public Affairs at Princeton University.
"Tribal Rituals of the MDL." Journal of Tort Law (forthcoming 2013)
"Operation Arbitration: Privatizing Medical Malpractice Claims." Theoretical Inquiries in Law (forthcoming 2013)
"Crowd-classing Individual Arbitrations in a Post-Class Action Era" (with Anthony Sebok). Annual Clifford Symposium on Tort Law and Social Policy, DePaul Law Review (forthcoming 2013).
"Gutting the Vindication-of-Rights Doctrine" George Washington Law Review (forthcoming 2013).
"Killing Them With Kindness: Examining "Consumer-Friendly" Arbitration Clauses After AT&T Mobility v. Concepcion." 88 Notre Dame Law Review. 825 (2013).
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