My research focuses on understanding the legal implications related to resolving workplace disputes. I also like to explore the intersection of race and alternatives to the court resolution process as those matters correlate with workplace legal concerns.
- J.D. in , Loyola University Chicago - (Chicago, Illinois, United States)
- LL.M. in , University of Wisconsin - Madison - (Madison, Wisconsin, United States)
- M.S. in Human Resources & Industrial Labor Relations, Loyola University Chicago - (Chicago, Illinois, United States)
- B.S. in Electrical Engineering, University of Southern California - (Los Angeles, California, United States)
- M.B.A. in , California Lutheran University - (Thousand Oaks, California, United States)
- Green, M. Z. (2020). ARBITRARILY SELECTING BLACK ARBITRATORS. FORDHAM LAW REVIEW. 88(6), 2255-2286.
- Green, M. (2020). Mediating Psychiatric Disability Accommodations for Workers in Violent Times. Seton Hall Law Review. 50(5), 1351-1396.
- Green, M. Z. (2019). A New #MeToo Result: Rejecting Notions of Romantic Consent with Executives. Employee Rights and Employment Policy Journal. 23(1), 115-164.
- Green, M. Z. (2019). Negotiating Race in the Workplace after Trump. Negotiation Journal: on the process of dispute settlement. 35(1), 195-204.
- Green, M. Z. (2018). Developing Workplace Law Programming: A Labor of Love. University of Missouri-Kansas City Law Review. 86(3), 521-527.
- Green, M. Z. (2019). Union Commitment to Racial Diversity. Bales, R., & Garden, C. (Eds.), The Cambridge Handbook of U.S. Labor Law for the Twenty-First Century. (pp. 381-391). Cambridge University Press.
- Green, M. Z. (2017). Negotiating While Black. The Negotiator's Desk Reference. (pp. 563-581). DRI Press.
- Green, M. Z. (2016). Employer-Provided Legal Services for Employment Claims. Beyond Elite Law: Access to Civil Justice in America. (pp. 304-310). Cambridge University Press.