Professor Miriam Cherry’s scholarship is interdisciplinary and focuses on the intersection of technology and globalization with business, contract, and employment law topics. In her recent work, Professor Cherry analyzes crowdfunding, markets for corporate social responsibility, virtual work, and social entrepreneurship. Professor Cherry’s articles will appear or have appeared in the Northwestern Law ReviewMinnesota Law Review,Washington Law ReviewIllinois Law ReviewGeorgia Law Review,Alabama Law Review, Maryland Law Review, and the Tulane Law Review, among others.

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