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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.

Our faculty members are world-renowned scholars and teachers. When not in the classroom or office, they can be found on the lecture circuit, in the halls of local and federal government, working for the betterment of our community and helping students develop plans for successful careers. The 63 faculty members are widely published, and their work and teachings bear on contemporary legal concerns. Many have additional interests in history, philosophy, media, environment, biomedicine and international relations.


more publications»
  • Jeffrey M. Hirsch
    Worker-protection Laws Aren't Ready for an Automated Future, THE CONVERSATION, Aug. 28, 2019.
  • Michael L. Corrado
    Kahler v. Kansas: Insanity and the Historical Understanding of Mens Rea, NAT'L L. SCH. of INDIA at BANGLORE REV. (August 25, 2019).
  • John F. Coyle
    The Role of the CISG in Canadian Contract Practice, 39 J.L. & COM. (forthcoming 2019).
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