Lynn Roseberry has more than 20 years of experience working with gender issues as a lawyer, scholar and in university management. She is a tenured associate professor at Copenhagen Business School (CBS), one of the largest business-oriented universities in Europe with 20,000 undergraduate and graduate students and a faculty and staff numbering over 1,200. She also serves as Copenhagen Business School’s first Equal Opportunity Officer, a function she has filled since November 2010.
Lynn’s research has focused on legal and political issues relating to discrimination on grounds of gender, ethnicity, and religion. She has been an invited speaker at numerous international research conferences, practitioner seminars, and events targeting general audiences. At CBS, she teaches undergraduate and graduate courses about business and human rights, employment discrimination, gender in organizations, and diversity management.
Lynn has a broad educational background including a bachelor’s degree in religious studies from Yale University and degrees in law from Arizona State University (J.D.), Harvard Law School (LL.M.), and Copenhagen Business School (Ph.D.). Before embarking on her academic career she worked as a trial attorney for five years in Phoenix, Arizona, where she tried commercial, divorce, and child custody cases.