Scales-Trent, Judy

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SCALES-TRENT, Judy. American, b. 1940. Genres: Politics/Government. Career: Poet, nonfiction writer, and professor of law. Oberlin College Peace Corps Training Program, French teacher, summers of 1962-63; Office of Decisions and Interpretations, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, supervisory attorney and attorney, 1973-76; Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, special assistant to General Counsel, 1977-79; Appellate Division, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, attorney, 1980-84; State University of New York at Buffalo Law School, Professor of Law, 1984-. Catholic University Law School, adjunct faculty member, 1983; St. Mary's University School of law, visiting professor of law, 1994. Publications: (with R.V. Friedenberg) Political Campaign Communication: Principles and Practices, 1983, 3rd ed., 1995; Notes of a White Black Woman: Race, Color, Community, 1995. Poetry represented anthologies. Contributor of essays and articles to law and women studies journals. Address: State University of New York, Buffalo School of Law, O'Brian Hall, Buffalo, NY 14260, U.S.A.