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Faculty Speaker Series 2011-2012

Each year, Carolina Law attracts some of the nation's leading legal scholars to Chapel Hill to share their insights with faculty and students on a variety of engaging topics. The faculty of the UNC School of Law announces their 2011-2012 Speaker Series.

September 1, 2011

Chris Buccafusco
Assistant Professor of LawChicago-Kent College of Law

September 22, 2011

Neomi Rao
Assistant Professor of LawGeorge Mason University School of Law

October 6, 2011

Gordon Smith
Associate Dean and Glen L. Farr Professor of LawBrigham Young University J. Reuben Clark Law School

October 27, 2011

Mark Tushnet
William Nelson Cromwell Professor of LawHarvard Law School

November 3, 2011

Kent Greenfield
Professor of LawBoston College Law School

December 1, 2011

Eleanor Brown
Associate Professor of LawThe George Washington University Law School

January 12, 2012

Ingrid Wuerth
Professor of Law; Director, International Legal Studies ProgramVanderbilt University Law School

January 26, 2012

Troy McKenzie
Associate Professor of Law
New York University School of Law

February 2, 2012

Jonathan Adler
Professor; Director, Center for Business Law and Regulation
Case Western Reserve University School of Law

February 9, 2012

Eric Goldman
Associate Professor; Director, High Tech Law InstituteSanta Clara University School of Law

February 16, 2012

Peter B. "Bo" Rutledge
Professor of LawUniversity of Georgia School of Law

February 23, 2012

Lois Shepherd
Associate Professor of Public Health Sciences; Professor of LawUniversity of Virginia School of Law

March 15, 2012

Olatunde Johnson
Associate Professor of LawColumbia Law School

March 29, 2012

Kerry Abrams
Albert Clark Tate, Jr., Professor of LawUniversity of Virginia School of Law

April 19, 2012

Christine Jolls
Gordon Bradford Tweedy Professor of Law and OrganizationYale Law School

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