Christopher J. TysonAssistant Professor of Law
Law Review Articles
Dede Koffie-Lart, Christopher J. Tyson, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, 6 Georgetown Journal of Gender & the Law 615 (2005).
Christopher J. Tyson, Annexation and the Mid-Size Metropolis: New Insights in the Age of Mobile Capital, 73 University of Pittsburgh Law Review 341 (2013).
Christopher J. Tyson, Localism and Involuntary Annexation: Reconsidering Approaches to New Regionalism, 87 Tulane Law Review 297 (2012).
Christopher J. Tyson, At the Intersection of Race and History: The Unique Relationship Between the Davis Intent Requirement and the Crack Laws, 50 Howard Law Journal 345 (2007).
Chapters in Books
Todd L. Pittinsky, Christopher J. Tyson, Leader Authenticity Markers: Findings from a Study of African-American Political Leaders, in Authentic Leadership Theory and Practice: Origins, Effects, and Development (2005).