Susan Estrich is a partner at Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan, LLP, the Robert Kingsley Professor of Law and Political Science at the University of Southern California, a syndicated columnist with Creators Syndicate, and a contributor to Fox News. As a student, she was the first woman President of the Harvard Law Review and the chair of the Women’s Law Association’s Task Force on Placement.
She began teaching at Harvard Law School in 1981, and was a tenured Professor of Law. She has been active in Democratic politics since 1980, and was the first woman to run a national Presidential campaign. She was a founding Board member of the Victims Rights Law Center, based in Boston, and Future is Now Schools, based in Los Angeles, and served on the board of Green Dot Public Schools for ten years; she was also a Presidential appointee to the United States Holocaust Museum Council. She is the author of seven books including Real Rape, Sex and Power, and The Case for Hillary Clinton. She is the mother of two children, ages 25 and 23.