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Deborah Gerhardt

Deborah Gerhardt, assistant professor of law, teaches a writing seminar on intellectual property strategies and transactions.

Richard Myers

Richard E. Myers II '98, Henry Brandis Distinguished Professor of Law, teaches criminal law, criminal procedure, ethics and a seminar on white-collar crime.

Mark Weisburd

Mark Weisburd, Martha M. Brandis Professor of Law, teaches civil procedure, international law and a course on international human rights.


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  • Jeffrey M. Hirsch
    Who Do You Work for? The Difficulty in Defining 'Employer' in the Modern Workplace, in THE CAMBRIDGE HANDBOOK OF U.S. LABOR LAW: REVIVING AMERICAN LABOR FOR A 21ST CENTURY ECONOMY (forthcoming) (Cambridge U. Press, 2018)
  • Gene R. Nichol
    Court Fines and Fees: Criminalizing Poverty in North Carolina (with H. Hunt), N.C. CENT. L. REV. (forthcoming 2018).
  • Joan H. Krause, Richard S. Saver
    Real World Evidence in the Real World: Beyond the FDA (J. Krause & R. Saver), 44 AM. J.L. & MED. 161 (2018).
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