Professor Zug is the Miles and Ann Loadholt Professor of Family Law at The University of South Carolina. She teaches Family Law, Advanced Family Law, Immigration Law and American Indian law. She has published numerous articles on family law, immigration law and policy, and American Indian Law in publications including The Yale Law Journal, the UC Davis Law Review, the BYU Law Review, the American Indian Law Review, Queen’s University Law Review, the Virginia Law and Policy Review, and the William and Mary Journal of Women and the Law. Her recent book, Buying a Bride: An Engaging History of Mail-Order Matches, was reviewed in The New Yorker, The Atlantic and The Times Literary supplement. She is also the recipient of a 2017 Fulbright Award which allowed her to conduct comparative work in Australia. She is currently writing a book on the legal history of not marrying for love.
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