Jonathan F. Harris, Associate Professor of Law, LMU Loyola Law School Los Angeles
Jonathan F. Harris is an associate professor of law at LMU Loyola Law School Los Angeles. He writes and speaks on contractual restrictions on worker mobility, employer-driven debt, and equity in workforce development. He is a co-author of the Student Borrower Protection Center’s 2022 report, Trapped at Work: How Big Business Uses Student Debt to Restrict Worker Mobility. His academic publications have appeared or are forthcoming in the California Law Review, Alabama Law Review, California Law Review Online, Comparative Labor Law and Policy Journal, and New York City Law Review.
Professor Harris previously taught in the Lawyering Program at NYU School of Law and came to academia after practicing employment and labor law. He clerked for Judge James E. Graves, Jr. of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit while teaching at Mississippi College School of Law. Professor Harris began his legal career as a Skadden Fellow, focusing on the intersections of employment and consumer law. Prior to that, he was a labor and community organizer.