Brishen Rogers is an Associate Professor of Law at Temple University Beasley School of Law. His research interests include international and transnational labor law, technology and the future of work, race citizenship and labor regimes, and law and economic inequality. Professor Rogers' recent publications include a forthcoming book, Rethinking the Future of Work, as well as a book chapter entitled "Law and the Global Sweatshop Problem" in Achieving Workers' Rights in the Global Economy (2016). Rogers has authored a number of academic articles which address current issues in labor law, including "Employment Rights in the Platform Economy: Getting Back to Basics" in the Harvard Law and Policy Review (2016), "Three Concepts of Workplace Freedom of Association" in the Berkeley Journal of Employment and Labor Law (2016), and "Justice at Work: Minimum Wage Laws and Social Equality" in the Texas Law Review (2014). Rogers has served as a Climenko Fellow and Lecturer at Harvard Law School, a Braudel Senior Fellow at the European University Institute in Florence, and a Visiting Professor at Washington University in St. Louis. He frequently appears in the media on issues surrounding labor rights in the sharing economy. Rogers holds a BA from the University of Virginia and a JD from Harvard Law School.