Iselin Gambert is a professor of legal writing at The George Washington University Law School (Washington, DC), where she teaches courses in legal communication and rhetoric and a seminar called Gender, Race, Species. In 2018 she co-taught an interdisciplinary course in critical animal studies at Lund University (Sweden). Iselin’s scholarship spans multiple fields including language and rhetoric, critical animal studies, critical race theory, food law and policy, and feminist legal theory. She has written extensively on the subject of milk; her 2019 Brooklyn Law Review article “Got Mylk? The Disruptive Possibilities of Plant Milk” was identified as a “Notable & Quotable” by the Wall Street Journal. She was part of the U.S. Feminist Judgments Project, which published “Feminist Judgments: Rewritten Opinions of the United States Supreme Court” (Cambridge University Press 2016). She is a recipient of a 2019 Aspen Words Emerging Writer Fellowship in the category of Personal Essay.