Sahar F. Aziz is a Professor of Law and Chancellor’s Social Justice Scholar at Rutgers Law School where she is the Director of the Center on Security, Race, and Civil Rights. Professor Aziz’s scholarship focuses on the intersection of national security and civil rights law with a focus on the post-9/11 era. She incorporates critical race theory, feminist theory, and constitutional law into her examination of the disparate impact of post-9/11 laws and public policy on ethnic, racial, and religious minority groups in the United States. Professor Aziz’s analyzes these issues in various contexts including immigration, counterterrorism, criminal justice, and civil rights litigation. Professor Aziz applies her scholarship in the American context towards her scholarship on rule of law and democracy promotion in post-revolution Egypt.