Landon D. Reid is a member of Stroock’s Litigation Group. He focuses his practice on employment discrimination disputes. Before joining Stroock, Landon practiced in general commercial litigation focusing on internal investigations, anti-corruption, and antitrust matters. Landon is a social psychologist, and prior to becoming an attorney, served as a university faculty member. His areas of scholarly expertise include the perception of discrimination and the effects of organizational climate in higher education.
- Member, Executive Board, NYU Law Alumni of Color Association
- Member, New York County Lawyers Association Minorities and the Law, Education committees
- Expert Reviewer, articles submitted to law reviews, scholarly journals, conferences related to diversity and inclusion
Speeches & Events
- Spotlight Speaker, “The Science of Bias,” Race & Pedagogy National Conference, Tacoma, Washington, 2018.
- Commentator, New American Foundation Social Cinema Film Series, “Strong Island,” (Oscar-nominated documentary), New York City, 2017.
- Author, “The Unseen Risk: Identity-Referent Incidents as a Compliance Risk in Higher Education,” American Bar Association TYL, 2018.
- Author, “The Business Case for Increased Racial and Gender Diversity in Law Firms: An Empirical Assessment,” Forthcoming.
Admitted To Practice
J.D., New York University School of Law, 2015; New York University Law Review; Leadership Collective, Committee on Legal Representation; Executive Secretary, Black Allied Law Student Association
Ph.D., University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, 2001; Ford Foundation Pre-Doctoral Fellow
M.A., University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, 1998; UIUC Graduate Fellowship
B.A., cum laude, Morehouse College, 1994