Blair Druhan Bullock is Tulane Law School’s Murphy Visiting Assistant Professor. She earned a PhD in law and economics and JD from Vanderbilt University. At Vanderbilt, Bullock served as the Executive Editor for the Vanderbilt Law Review.
Before joining Tulane Law School, Blair clerked for Judge Stephen A. Higginson of the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit. She then spent time in private practice representing national corporations in civil litigation, including labor and employment, state tax, and contract disputes. Her experience includes extensive brief writing, both at the trial and appellate level, as well as in arbitration. Most rewardingly, she was a member of a pro bono trial team that secured the exoneration of a wrongfully convicted man who served over 14 years incarcerated in Florida.
Bullock’s interdisciplinary research empirically analyzes the impact of regulations, legislation, judicial decisions, and agency guidance on the filing and outcome of legal actions, and on societal outcomes. Her research often focuses on employment discrimination and labor market outcomes.