Articles by Mr. González and about some of his cases
C. A. González. “Special Masters Can Help Overloaded Courts Amid COVID-19” Daily Report, April 27, 2020. The article is available by clicking here.
C. A. González. “A Long Journey to Justice” Tennessee Bar Journal, December 2017. A narrative history of the desegregation of Tennessee higher education. The article is available by clicking here.
C. A. González. “In the Courts, an Imperfect Solution to Segregation’s Long Shadow” April 2014 OP-Ed in The Chronicle of Higher Education. The Op-Ed is available by clicking here.
C. A. González. “A Primer on Predispute Employment Arbitration Agreements” Georgia Bar Journal, August 2014. The article is available by clicking here.
The October 5, 2006 edition of Diverse: Issues in Higher Education contains an article on the ending of the Geier lawsuit. A PDF copy of the article is available here.
Organizations in which Mr. González holds leadership positions
Mr. González is President of the Academy of Court-Appointed Masters. Its website is available here, and contains information for lawyers and judges on the various roles special masters serve in state and federal courts. ACAM has written a Bench Book that can be found on the ACAM website. This Bench Book provides helpful information to judges and practitioners about the appointment and uses of special masters.
The Source For Learning is a non-profit learning technologies corporation whose mission is to create and deliver high quality technology-based services that enhance learning and empower students and teachers to support that learning. Mr. González is the Chairman of the Board of Directors. The SFL’s website is linked here.
Mr. González’s formative years were spent on the campus of Berry College in Rome, Georgia. Never able to get Berry out of his blood, the college saw fit to appointment him as a member of the Berry College Board of Visitors. Berry College’s website is accessible through this link.