Sonia Bychkov Green
Associate Professor of Law
Whether it’s an annual flu immunization or the COVID-19 vaccine, a debate in America still exists about whether people should take these measures recommended by public health officials.
Sonia Bychkov Green is well-positioned to address these matters. Her current research involves conflicts of law, such as exemptions from vaccines, vaccines in schools and workplaces, and constitutional mandates and objections. Other publicly disputed subjects she studies and writes about include assisted reproductive technology and same-sex marriage laws.
Green, who emigrated to the U.S. from Russia as a child, also has a longtime interest in international issues. She studied at the Hague Academy of International Law and has given interviews and spoken on panels about the humanitarian and legal crisis in Ukraine.
Green is passionate about legal education and mentoring students in preparation for their careers in law.
Green can offer expertise in the following areas:
- Crisis in Ukraine
- Assisted reproductive technology
- Marriage law
- Civil procedure
- International law
- Attorney skills development
Areas of Expertise
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