Clinical Associate Professor
- J.D. (cum laude), University of Michigan at Ann Arbor (2002)
- A.B., Politics (magna cum laude), Princeton University (1999)
Nemerovski joined the UNC Law faculty in 2017 after teaching at the University
of Miami School of Law for the previous seven years. He teaches Research,
Reasoning, Writing, and Advocacy I and II.
his time at Miami, Professor Nemerovski primarily taught Legal Communication
and Research Skills, a required writing course for first-year students. He also
developed and taught an advanced legal writing course for upper-level students
and a writing course focusing on products liability law. He served as the
faculty advisor to the Asian Pacific American Law Students Association and was
an affiliated faculty member for the law school’s Social Justice Concentration.
Nemerovski has published articles in the Arizona
Law Review Syllabus, Perspectives:
Teaching Legal Research and Writing, and The National Jurist. His conference presentations have focused on
the feedback and revision process, teaching professionalism, and an annual
nationwide survey of legal writing programs.
graduating from law school, Professor Nemerovski was a law clerk to Judge Damon
J. Keith of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit. From 2003 to 2010,
he practiced commercial litigation with large firms in Los Angeles and Miami.
Curriculum Vitae ()
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Practice Makes Proficient: Writing Classes for Struggling Students, 24 PERSP.: TEACHING LEGAL RES. AND WRITING 55 (2016). [Westlaw, Document Link ()]
10 To Do Items for Success in Law School, THE NATIONAL JURIST (Back to School 2015). [Document Link]
Beyond the Bluebook: Teaching First-Year Law Students What They Need to Know About Legal Citation, 56 ARIZ. L. REV. SYL. 81 (2014). [Document Link ()]
Reality Check: Law School Closures Are Unlikely, THE DAILY CALLER (Dec. 8, 2014, 3:51 PM). [Document Link]