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2010 Annual Meeting
Date: January 6 — 10, 2010
Location: Hilton New Orleans Riverside

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Mr. Taha Abdul-Basser (Straightway Ethical Advisory LLC)
Session: Islamic Law*

Aviva Abramovsky (Syracuse University College of Law)
Session: Insurance Law
Bio: ABRAMOVSKY, AVIVA, (F) Assoc. Prof. Syracuse. b.1976. BS, 1997, Cornell; Juris Doctor, 2000, Pennsylvania. Mng. Ed., U. Pa. Con. L.J. Admitted: NY, 2001. Att'y, Anderson Kill & Olick P.C. NYC, 2000-2003; Vis. Ass't Prof., Fla. St., 2003-2004; Ass't Prof., Syracuse Univ. Coll. of Law, Since 2004; Assoc. Prof., Syracuse Univ. Coll. of Law, 2008 - Pres. Subjects: Commercial Law; Contracts; Insurance; Professional Responsibility.

Robert M. Ackerman (Wayne State University Law School)
Session: Deans' Forum on Socio-Economics
Bio: ACKERMAN, ROBERT, M. (M) Dean & Prof. Wayne State. b.1951. BA, 1973, Colgate Univ.; JD, 1976, Harvard. Admitted: CO, 1976; PA, 1982. Assoc., Holme Roberts & Owen Denver, 1976-1980; Ass't Prof., Dickinson, 1980-1983; Assoc. Prof., 1983-1985; Prof., 1985-1996; Vis. Lect., Leicester Poly. Sch. of Law Eng., 1987; Vis. Prof., Penn. St. Univ. Coll. of Med. Hershey, 1989; Vis. Prof., Univ. of Vienna Sch. of Law Austria, 1994; Assoc. Dean, Inst'l Progs. & Plng. Dickinson, 1995-1996; Dean & Prof., Willamette, 1996-1999; Prof., Penn State-Dickinson, Since 1999; Dir., Cntr. for Dispute Resolu., 2000-2005. Subjects: Alternate Dispute Resolution; Conflict Theory (S); Mediation; Torts; Trial & Appellate Advocacy. Books & Awards: Instructor's Manual with Simulation and Problem Materials to Accompany Riskin and Westbrook's Dispute Resolu. and Lawyers (Contrib.), 1987, 2d ed., 1998; To Promote the Gen. Welfare (Contrib., Carney, Ed.), 1999; Law and Community: The Case of Torts (with Cochran), 2004. Member: Int'l Ass'n for Conflict Mgt.; Ass'n for Conflict Resolu.; Phi Beta Kappa. Consultantships: Appellate Off'r, PA Spec. Educ. App. Panel, 1990-95; Civil Just. Reform Act Adv'y Grp., U.S.D.C., M.D. PA, 1993-96; Mem., OR Law Comm., 1997-99.

Cynthia Adams (Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law)
Session: Graduate Programs for Foreign Lawyers and International Legal Exchange Joint Program*
Bio: ADAMS, CYNTHIA, Clin. Prof. Ind., Indianapolis. JD, 1983, Ind., Indpls. Assoc. Ed., Ind. L. Rev. Admitted: IN, 1983. Att'y, Stark Doninger Mernitz & Smith Indpls., 1983-1986. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Estates & Trusts; Legal Writing. Books & Awards: Indiana Pleading & Practice, Vols. 1-6 & supps., 0.

Cynthia F. Adcock (Charlotte School of Law)
Session: Exploring the Role of Pro Bono
Bio: ADCOCK, CYNTHIA, F. Dir., Experiential Learning & Assoc. Prof. Charlotte. BA, 1983, Carson Newman Coll.; MDiv, 1986, So. Baptist Theological Seminary; MPP, 1991, Duke; JD, 1991, Duke. Admitted: NC, 1991. Staff Att'y, Cntr. for Death Penalty Litig. Durham NC, 1993-1996; Sr. Lecturing Fel., Duke Univ. Sch. of Law, 1996 - 2004; Dir., Pro Bono Proj. AALS DC, 1999-2001; Sr. Program Mgr., Equal Just. Works, Washington, DC, 2004 - 2007. Subjects: Clinical Teaching; Legal Ethics.

Richard Albert (Boston College Law School)
Session: Hot Topic Program: The Constitutional Politics of Presidential Czar Appointments
Bio: ALBERT , RICHARD , Ass't Prof. Boston Col. BCL, 20, Oxford Univ.; BA, 20, Yale Univ.; JD, 20, Yale; LLM, 20, Harvard. Sr. Editor, Yale Law Jour.; Editor, Yale Human Rts. & Dev. Law Jour.; Editor, Yale Jour. of Law & the Humanities. ; Sr. Editor, Yale Law & Policy Rev.; Sr. Editor, Yale Jour. on Regulation. Admitted: DE, 2005; DC, 2006. Law Clerk, Ch. Justice, Sup. Ct. of Canada, Canada, 2003 - 2004; Litig. Assoc., Skadden Arps Slate Meagher & Flom LLP, United States, 2004 - 2006. Subjects: Constitutional Law I; The Law of Democracy (S).

T. Alexander Aleinikoff (Georgetown University Law Center)
Session: for the Law School Dean - Workshop for Deans-only
Bio: ALEINIKOFF, T. ALEXANDER, (M) Dean, Prof. & Exec. V.P., Law Cntr. Affrs. Georgetown. b.1952. BA, 1974, Swarthmore Coll.; JD, 1977, Yale. Note Ed., Yale L.J. Admitted: NY, 1978; MI, 1983. Clerk, Judge Edward Weinfeld, 1977-1978; Att'y-Adv'r, Off. of Legal Counsel Dep't of Just. DC, 1978-1980; Counselor to the Assoc. Att'y Gen., Dep't of Just., 1980-1981; Ass't Prof., Michigan, 1981-1984; Assoc. Prof., 1984-1986; Prof., 1986-1997; Gen. Counsel, INS DC, 1994-1995; Exec. Assoc. Comm'r, Progs., 1995-1997; Sr. Assoc., Carnegie Endow. for Int'l Peace DC, 1997-2001; Prof., Georgetown, Since 1997; Sr. Assoc., Migration Policy Inst. DC, Since 2001; Assoc. Dean, Res. Georgetown, 2003-2004; Dean, Since 2004; Exec. V.P., Law Cntr. Affrs., Since 2004. Subjects: Constitutional Law; Immigration. Books & Awards: ASIL Award, 0; From Migrants to Citizens: Membership in a Changing World (Ed. with Klusmeyer), 2000; Modern Const'l Theory: A Reader (with J.Garvey), 5th ed., 2003; Immigration: Process and Policy (with Martin & Motomura), 5th ed., 2003.

Lawrence A. Alexander (University of San Diego School of Law)
Session: Scholarship
Bio: ALEXANDER, LAWRENCE, A. (M) Warren Dist. Prof. San Diego. b.1943. BA, 1965, Williams Coll.; LLB, 1968, Yale. Admitted: CA, 1969. Res. Att'y, CA Ct. of App., 1968-1970; Ass't Prof., San Diego, 1970-1972; Assoc. Prof., 1972-1975; Prof., Since 1975. Subjects: Constitutional Law; Criminal Law; Legal Philosophy; Property. Books & Awards: Whom Does the Const. Command? (with Horton), 1988; Constitutionalism: Philosophical Foundations, 1998; The Rule of Rules (with Sherwin), 2001; Univ. Prof., 2004; Is There a Right of Freedom of Expression?, 2005. Member: Phi Beta Kappa; Am. Soc. for Pol. & Legal Phil.; COIF. Consultantships: Bd. of Eds., Ethics, since 1993; Bd. of Eds., Law & Philosophy, since 1993; Co-ed., Legal Theory, since 1995.

Lawrence A. Alexander (University of San Diego School of Law)
Session: AALS Executive Committee Program
Bio: ALEXANDER, LAWRENCE, A. (M) Warren Dist. Prof. San Diego. b.1943. BA, 1965, Williams Coll.; LLB, 1968, Yale. Admitted: CA, 1969. Res. Att'y, CA Ct. of App., 1968-1970; Ass't Prof., San Diego, 1970-1972; Assoc. Prof., 1972-1975; Prof., Since 1975. Subjects: Constitutional Law; Criminal Law; Legal Philosophy; Property. Books & Awards: Whom Does the Const. Command? (with Horton), 1988; Constitutionalism: Philosophical Foundations, 1998; The Rule of Rules (with Sherwin), 2001; Univ. Prof., 2004; Is There a Right of Freedom of Expression?, 2005. Member: Phi Beta Kappa; Am. Soc. for Pol. & Legal Phil.; COIF. Consultantships: Bd. of Eds., Ethics, since 1993; Bd. of Eds., Law & Philosophy, since 1993; Co-ed., Legal Theory, since 1995.

Peter C. Alexander (Southern Illinois University School of Law)
Session: for the Law School Dean
Bio: ALEXANDER, PETER, C. (M) Dean & Prof. Southern Illinois. b.1958. Pol. Sci., 1979, Southern Illinois; JD, 1983, Northeastern. Admitted: IL, 1983. Clerk, U.S.D.C. Danville IL, 1983-1984; Instr., Parkland Coll. Champaign IL, 1983-1987; Clerk, U.S. Bkruptcy Ct. Danville IL, 1984-1985; Part., Waaler & Evans P.C. Champaign IL, 1985-1988; Owner, Alexander Law Offs. Savoy IL, 1988-1992; Ass't Prof., Dickinson, 1992-1995; Vis. Assoc. Prof., Pittsburgh, 1995-1996; Assoc. Prof., 1995-1997; Assoc. Dean, 1997-1999; Vis. Prof., Wash. & Lee, 1999; Prof., Penn State-Dickinson, 1999-2003; Dean & Prof., Southern Illinois, Since 2003. Subjects: Bankruptcy; Criminal Law; Evidence; Trial Advocacy. Books & Awards: When Worlds Collide: Bkrptcy. and Its Impact on Domestic Rels. and Family Law (with J. Fitzgerald), 2d ed., 2003. Member: Am. Coll. of Bkrptcy. (Fellow, since 2002).

Diane Marie Amann (University of California at Davis School of Law)
Session: Hot Topic Program: The Transformation of US Interrogation Policy
Bio: AMANN, DIANE MARIE, (F) Prof. Cal., Davis. b.1957. BS, 1979, Illinois; MA, 1981, U.C.L.A.; JD, 1986, Northwestern; Dr.h.c., 2007, Univ. of Utrecht. Note & Comment Ed., Nw. U.L. Rev. Admitted: IL, 1986; CA, 1990. Clerk, Judge Prentice H. Marshall U.S.D.C. Chgo., 1986-1988; Clerk, Just. John Paul Stevens U.S. Sup. Ct. DC, 1988-1989; Assoc., Morrison & Foerster San Fran., 1989-1991; Ass't Fed. Public Defender, San Fran., 1991-1993; Adj. Prof. of Const'l & Int'l Human Rts. Law, New Coll. of CA Sch. of Law San Fran., 1993-1995; Sole Practitioner, San Fran., CA, 1993-1995; Acting Prof., Univ. of Calif., Davis, Sch. of Law, 1995-2000; Prof. & Dir., Calif. Int'l Law Center at King Hall, Univ. of Calif., Davis, Sch. of Law, Since 2000; Professeur invitée, Université de Paris 1 (Panthéon-Sorbonne), 2001 - 2002; Vis. Prof., Irish Centre for Human Rights, National Univ. of Ireland-Galway, 2002; Vis. Prof., UCLA Sch. of Law, 2004-2005; Vis. Prof., Univ. of Calif., Berkeley, Sch. of Law, 2007 - 2008. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Constitutional Criminal Procedure; Constitutional Law; Federal Jurisdiction; Human Rights; International & Transnational Criminal Law; International Criminal Law; Public International Law. Books & Awards: Art. of the Yr. in Int'l Crim. Law, Int'l Ass'n Penal Law, U.S. Sect., 2005. 2000, Distinguished Teaching Award.Member: ; Order of the Coif; ; ASIL (V.P.); Int'l Law Sect. AALS (Chair); Am. Const. Soc'y. Consultantships: Collaborateur etranger, Revue de science criminelle et de droit penal compare; Bd. of Eds., Int'l Crim. Law Rev.; Bd. of Adv'rs, Nat'l Inst. of M.I. Just., since 2005; Treaties Task Force, ABA-ASIL, since 2008.

Diane Marie Amann (University of California at Davis School of Law)
Session: International Law and Law and the Social Sciences Joint Program*
Bio: AMANN, DIANE MARIE, (F) Prof. Cal., Davis. b.1957. Dr.h.c., 2007, Univ. of Utrecht.; BS, 1979, Illinois; MA, 1981, U.C.L.A.; JD, 1986, Northwestern. Note & Comment Ed., Nw. U.L. Rev. Admitted: IL, 1986; CA, 1990. Clerk, Judge Prentice H. Marshall U.S.D.C. Chgo., 1986-1988; Clerk, Just. John Paul Stevens U.S. Sup. Ct. DC, 1988-1989; Assoc., Morrison & Foerster San Fran., 1989-1991; Ass't Fed. Public Defender, San Fran., 1991-1993; Adj. Prof. of Const'l & Int'l Human Rts. Law, New Coll. of CA Sch. of Law San Fran., 1993-1995; Sole Practitioner, San Fran., CA, 1993-1995; Acting Prof., Univ. of Calif., Davis, Sch. of Law, 1995-2000; Prof. & Dir., Calif. Int'l Law Center at King Hall, Univ. of Calif., Davis, Sch. of Law, Since 2000; Professeur invitée, Université de Paris 1 (Panthéon-Sorbonne), 2001 - 2002; Vis. Prof., Irish Centre for Human Rights, National Univ. of Ireland-Galway, 2002; Vis. Prof., UCLA Sch. of Law, 2004-2005; Vis. Prof., Univ. of Calif., Berkeley, Sch. of Law, 2007 - 2008. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Constitutional Criminal Procedure; Constitutional Law; Federal Jurisdiction; Human Rights; International & Transnational Criminal Law; International Criminal Law; Public International Law. Books & Awards: Art. of the Yr. in Int'l Crim. Law, Int'l Ass'n Penal Law, U.S. Sect., 2005. 2000, Distinguished Teaching Award.Member: ; Order of the Coif; ; ASIL (V.P.); Int'l Law Sect. AALS (Chair); Am. Const. Soc'y. Consultantships: Collaborateur etranger, Revue de science criminelle et de droit penal compare; Bd. of Eds., Int'l Crim. Law Rev.; Bd. of Adv'rs, Nat'l Inst. of M.I. Just., since 2005; Treaties Task Force, ABA-ASIL, since 2008.

Diane Marie Amann (University of California at Davis School of Law)
Session: National Security Law, Co-Sponsored by Sections on International Human Rights and International Law
Bio: AMANN, DIANE MARIE, (F) Prof. Cal., Davis. b.1957. Dr.h.c., 2007, Univ. of Utrecht.; BS, 1979, Illinois; MA, 1981, U.C.L.A.; JD, 1986, Northwestern. Note & Comment Ed., Nw. U.L. Rev. Admitted: IL, 1986; CA, 1990. Clerk, Judge Prentice H. Marshall U.S.D.C. Chgo., 1986-1988; Clerk, Just. John Paul Stevens U.S. Sup. Ct. DC, 1988-1989; Assoc., Morrison & Foerster San Fran., 1989-1991; Ass't Fed. Public Defender, San Fran., 1991-1993; Adj. Prof. of Const'l & Int'l Human Rts. Law, New Coll. of CA Sch. of Law San Fran., 1993-1995; Sole Practitioner, San Fran., CA, 1993-1995; Acting Prof., Univ. of Calif., Davis, Sch. of Law, 1995-2000; Prof. & Dir., Calif. Int'l Law Center at King Hall, Univ. of Calif., Davis, Sch. of Law, Since 2000; Professeur invitée, Université de Paris 1 (Panthéon-Sorbonne), 2001 - 2002; Vis. Prof., Irish Centre for Human Rights, National Univ. of Ireland-Galway, 2002; Vis. Prof., UCLA Sch. of Law, 2004-2005; Vis. Prof., Univ. of Calif., Berkeley, Sch. of Law, 2007 - 2008. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Constitutional Criminal Procedure; Constitutional Law; Federal Jurisdiction; Human Rights; International & Transnational Criminal Law; International Criminal Law; Public International Law. Books & Awards: Art. of the Yr. in Int'l Crim. Law, Int'l Ass'n Penal Law, U.S. Sect., 2005. 2000, Distinguished Teaching Award.Member: ; Order of the Coif; ; ASIL (V.P.); Int'l Law Sect. AALS (Chair); Am. Const. Soc'y. Consultantships: Collaborateur etranger, Revue de science criminelle et de droit penal compare; Bd. of Eds., Int'l Crim. Law Rev.; Bd. of Adv'rs, Nat'l Inst. of M.I. Just., since 2005; Treaties Task Force, ABA-ASIL, since 2008.

Linda L. Ammons (Widener University School of Law)
Session: Transforming Campus Culture: Enriching the Law School Experience for Students and Faculty Through Pro Bono Programs
Bio: AMMONS, LINDA, L. (F) Assoc. Provost & Dean (Delaware & Harrisburg). Widener. b.1953. BA, 1974, Oakwood Coll.; MA, 1980; JD, 1987, Ohio St. Admitted: OH, 1987. Spec. Ass't to Dir., Dep't of Admin. Servs. St. of OH Columbus, 1987-1988; Exec. Ass't to Gov'r, Richard F. Celeste Gov't of OH Columbus, 1988-1991; Ass't Prof., Cleve.-Marshall, 1991-1996; Assoc. Prof., 1996-2002; Prof., 2002-2006; Assoc. Dean, 2003-2006; Assoc. Provost & Dean, Widener, Since 2006. Subjects: Administrative Law; Legislation; Mass Communications Law; Women & the Law. Books & Awards: Defending Battered Women in Crim. Cases (with Conte), 1993. Consultantships: Mem., OH Sup. Ct., OH Bar Ass'n Task Force of Gender Fairness, since 1991; Comm'r, OH Public Defender's Comm., since 1991; Coun. of Churches Crim. Just. Task Force, OH, since 1991, Comm'r, Sup. Ct. Futures Comm., since 1997.

Linda S. Anderson (Stetson University College of Law)
Session: Part-Time Division Programs
Bio: ANDERSON, LINDA, S. (F) Ass't Prof. of Legal Skills & Assoc. Dir., Legal Res. & Writing Stetson. b.1960. AB, 1982, Coll. of the Holy Cross; JD, 1990, Franklin Pierce. Admitted: NH, 1990. Assoc., Off. of David P. Cullenberg Hanover NH, 1990-1991; Assoc., Hopkins & Blaine PA Plymouth NH, 1991-1993; Prog. Dir. & Acad. Dean, Woodbury Coll. Montpelier VT, 1996-2000; Clerk, NH Admin. Off. of the Cts. Lebanon, 2000-2001; Prof. of Legal Skills, Franklin Pierce, 2002-2006; Vis. Ass't Prof. of Legal Skills, Stetson, 2006-2007. Subjects: Legal Research and Writing; Reproductive Technology and the Law (S). Member: Legal Writing Inst.; Ass'n of Legal Writing Directors.

Michelle W. Anderson (University of California, Berkeley School of Law)
Session: State and Local Government Law
Bio: ANDERSON, MICHELLE, W. Ass't. Prof Cal., Berkeley.

Penelope Andrews (Valparaiso University School of Law)
Session: Africa, Co-Sponsored by Section on Minority Groups*
Bio: ANDREWS, PENELOPE, Prof., & Dir of Intern'l. Studies Valparaiso. BA, 1980; LLB, 1982, Univ. of Natal; LLM, 1984, Columbia. Admitted: SOUTH AFRICA, 1989. Legal Intern, NAACP Legal Defense Fund Inc. NYC, 1984; Chamberlain Fel., Columbia, 1985; Lect., La Trobe Univ. Melbourne Australia, 1986-1992; Assoc., Legal Resources Cntr. Johannesburg So. Africa, 1989-1990; Assoc. Prof., CUNY at Queens, 1993-2002; Prof., Since 2002. Subjects: International Human Rights Law (S); Lawyering (S); Race & the Law (S); Torts. Books & Awards: The Post-Apartheid Constitutions: Perspectives on So. Africa's Basic Law (with S. Ellman), 2001. Member: African Studies Assn.; Law & Soc. Assn.; ASIL. Consultantships: Bd. of Dirs., Beyond the 11th, since 2006; Consult., Ford Fdn., fall, since 1994; Adv'r, UNIFEM (U.N. Dev. Fund for Women), fall, since 1998.

Georgina A. Angones (University of Miami School of Law)
Session: Institutional Advancement Luncheon
Bio: ANGONES, GEORGIE, A. Ass't Dean, Alumni Affrs. Miami. b.1950. Member: Com. for Advm't & Support of Educ.; Ass'n of Funding Prof'ls, So. Fla. Chap. Consultantships: Bd. of Trustees, Nat'l Conf. of Christians & Jews, St. John Vianney Seminary.; Bd. of Trustees, FL Bar Fdn.; Bd. of Trustees, Miami Children's Hosp., since 1999.

Thomas M. Antkowiak (Seattle University School of Law)
Session: International Human Rights
Bio: ANTKOWIAK, THOMAS, M. Ass't Prof. Seattle. AB, 1997, Harvard Univ.; Juris Doctor, 2003, Columbia. Admitted: MA, 2003; DC, 2004. Sr. Att'y, Inter-American Ct. of Human Rts., Organization of American States, 2003 - 2005; Adj. Fac., George Washington Univ. Law Sch., 2006 - 2008; Prog. Dir., The Due Process of Law Fdn., Washington, DC, 2007 - 2008. Subjects: International Human Rights (S); International Human Rights Clinic; Transitional Justice (S). Books & Awards: Victims Unsilenced: The Inter-American Human Rts. Sys. and Transitional Just. in Latin America (with Salazar), 2007, 2007. 2000, Fellow, Americas Project 2000, Organization of American States.Member: Am. Soc. of Int'l Law.

Judith Areen (Georgetown University Law Center)
Session: for the Law School Dean
Bio: AREEN, JUDITH, C. (F) Paul Regis Dean Prof. Georgetown. AB, 1966, Cornell; JD, 1969, Yale. Yale L.J. Admitted: MA, 1971; DC, 1972. Prog. Planner for Higher Educ., Budget Bur. Off. of the Mayor NYC, 1969-1970; Fel. & Dir., Educ. Voucher Study Cntr. for the Study of Public Policy Cambridge MA, 1970-1972; Assoc. Prof., Georgetown, 1972-1976; Vis. Assoc. Prof., Michigan, 1976; Prof., Since 1976; Dir., Fed. Leg. Rep. Proj. Pres.'s Reorg. Proj. Off. Mgt. & Budget DC, 1977-1979; Gen. Counsel & Domestic Reorg. Coord'r, 1979-1980; Prof., Community & Fam. Med. Georgetown Med. Cntr., 1982-1989; Assoc. Dean, Georgetown, 1984-1987; Fellow, Woodrow Wilson Int'l Cntr. for Scholars DC, 1988-1989; Exec. V.P. & Dean, Georgetown, 1989-2004; Dean Emer., Since 2004. Subjects: Education Law; Family Law; Jurisprudence (S). Books & Awards: Educ. Vouchers: A Report on Financing Educ. By Grants To Parents (with Jencks et al.), 1970; Cases and Materials on Law, Sci. and Med. (with King, Goldberg, Gostin & Capron), 3d ed., 2005; Cases and Materials on Family Law (with Regan), 5th ed., 2006; Higher Educ. and the Law, 2009. Member: ALI; ABF (Fellow). Consultantships: Gov'r, DC Bar, 1979-82; Bd. Mem., Pro Bono Institute, since 2004; Exec. Com., AALS, 1998-00, 2005-07, Pres., 2006, 2006-07.

Olufunmilayo B. Arewa (Northwestern University School of Law)
Session: Art Law*
Bio: AREWA, OLUFUNMILAYO, B. (F) Assoc. Prof. Northwestern. JD, 1994, Harvard; AB, 1985, Harvard Coll.; MA, 1986; PhD, 1988, Cal., Berkeley; AM, 1989, Michigan. Admitted: NY, 1995; CA, 1997. M.P.H. Cand., Harvard Sch. of Public Health, 2002. Assoc., Sullivan & Cromwell NYC, 1994-1995; Assoc., Shearman & Sterling NYC, 1995-1996; Assoc., Gunderson Dettmer LLP Menlo Park CA, 1996-1998; Assoc., Farella Braun & Martel LLP San Fran., 1998-1999; Gen. Counsel, Internet Cash Corp. NYC, 1999-2000; Ch. Fin'l Off'r & Gen. Counsel, JT Venture Parts. LLC Boston, 2001-2003; Ass't Prof., Case Western Res., 2003-2006; Assoc. Prof., Northwestern, Since 2006. Subjects: Business Associations; Contracts; Corporate Finance; Intellectual Property; Law & Social Science; Securities Regulation. Consultantships: African Scientific Com., Nelson Mandela Inst., since 2004.

Timothy K. Armstrong (University of Cincinnati College of Law)
Session: Law and Computers*
Bio: ARMSTRONG, TIMOTHY, K. (M) Ass't Prof. Cincinnati. b.1968. BA, 1989; MPAff, 1993; JD, 1993, Univ. of Texas; LLM, 2005, Harvard. Mng. Ed., Tex. Int'l L.J. Admitted: tx, 1993; dc, 1994. Clerk, Hon. John Minor Wisdom U.S.C.A. 5th Cir. New Orls., 1993-1994; Att'y, Howrey Simon Arnold & White LLP DC, 1994-2005; Clin. Tchg. Fel., Berkman Cntr. for Internet & Soc. Harvard, 2005-2006; Lect., Harvard Ext. Sch. Cambridge, 2006; Ass't Prof., Cincinnati, Since 2006. Subjects: Computer & Internet Law; International Business Transactions; Introduction to Intellectual Property. Member: Chancellors; Order of the Coif; Phi Delta Phi.

Ronald G. Aronovsky (Southwestern Law School)
Session: Litigation, Co-Sponsored by Section on Civil Procedure
Bio: ARONOVSKY, RONALD, G. (M) Irving D. & Florence Rosenberg Prof. Southwestern. b.1955. AB, 1977, Univ. of California, Berkeley; JD, 1980, Cal., Berkeley. Assoc. Ed., Ecology L.Qtrly.; Assoc. Editor, Ecology Law Quarterly. Admitted: CA, 1980. Clerk, Hon. Alfred T. Goodwin U.S.C.A. 9th Cir. Portland OR, 1980-1981; Assoc., Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP San Fran., 1982-1986; Part., Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe, San Francisco, 1987-1995; Part., Alden Aronovsky & Sax LLP , San Francisco, 1995-2001; Part., Cox Castle & Nicholson LLP , San Francisco, CA, 2001-2002; Vis. Ass't Prof., Penn State-Dickinson, 2002-2003; Assoc. Prof., Southwestern Law Sch., Since 2003; Professor, Southwestern Law Sch., 2008 - Pres. Subjects: Alternative Dispute Resolution; Civil Procedure; Environmental Law. Member: Order of the Coif; Phi Beta Kappa.; Am. Law Inst.

Bruce E. Aronson (Creighton University School of Law)
Session: Business Associations*
Bio: ARONSON, BRUCE, E. (M) Assoc. Prof. Creighton. b.1952. AB, 1974, Boston Univ.; JD, 1977, Harvard. Admitted: NY, 1989. Part., Hughes Hubbard & Reed LLP NYC, 1986-2000; Vis. Res. Scholar, Univ. of Tokyo, 2000-2002; Assoc. Res. Scholar, Columbia, 2002-2004; Vis. Prof. Michigan, 2004; Ass't Prof., Creighton, Since 2005. Subjects: Business Associations; Comparative Corporate Governance (S); Corporate Finance; International Business Transactions; Securities Regulation. Books & Awards: A.B., Summa Cum Laude, 1974.

Vicki Arroyo (Georgetown University Law Center)
Session: Natural Resources, Co-Sponsored by Section on Environmental Law

Ms. Sehla Ashai (National Immigrant Justice Center)
Session: Open Program on Law and South Asian Studies*

Robert Ashford (Syracuse University College of Law)
Session: Corporate Governance, Fiduciary Duties, and Social Responsibility
Bio: ASHFORD, ROBERT, H.A. (M) Prof. of Law Syracuse. BA, 1965, Univ. of So. Fla.; JD, 1969, Harvard. Admitted: CA, 1970; DC, 1979; NY, 1980. Woodrow Wilson Fellow, Stanford, 1965-66. Assoc., Morrison & Foerster San Fran., 1969-1970; Att'y, Stephens & Ashford San Fran., 1970-1973; Att'y, Kelso Hunt Ashford & Ludwig San Fran., 1973-1975; Ch. Operating Off. & Gen. Counsel, Kelso & Co. Inc. Invsmt. Bankers San Fran., 1975-1977; Assoc. Prof., Syracuse, 1978-1984; Prof., Since 1984. Subjects: Binary Economics (S); Corporations; Professional Responsibility. Books & Awards: Binary Economics: The New Paradigm (with R. Shakespeare), 1999. Member: Phi Kappa Phi; ALI.; Sigma Pi Sigma. Consultantships: Bd. of Visitors, Syracuse Univ. Coll. of Law, 1980-82; Ed'l Bd., Jour. of Socio Econ., since 1997; Exec. Coun., Soc. for the Advmt. of Socio-Econ., 1998-01.

Robert Ashford (Syracuse University College of Law)
Session: Plenary Session: Preview of the Day's Program
Bio: ASHFORD, ROBERT, H.A. (M) Prof. of Law Syracuse. BA, 1965, Univ. of So. Fla.; JD, 1969, Harvard. Admitted: CA, 1970; DC, 1979; NY, 1980. Woodrow Wilson Fellow, Stanford, 1965-66. Assoc., Morrison & Foerster San Fran., 1969-1970; Att'y, Stephens & Ashford San Fran., 1970-1973; Att'y, Kelso Hunt Ashford & Ludwig San Fran., 1973-1975; Ch. Operating Off. & Gen. Counsel, Kelso & Co. Inc. Invsmt. Bankers San Fran., 1975-1977; Assoc. Prof., Syracuse, 1978-1984; Prof., Since 1984. Subjects: Binary Economics (S); Corporations; Professional Responsibility. Books & Awards: Binary Economics: The New Paradigm (with R. Shakespeare), 1999. Member: Phi Kappa Phi; ALI.; Sigma Pi Sigma. Consultantships: Bd. of Visitors, Syracuse Univ. Coll. of Law, 1980-82; Ed'l Bd., Jour. of Socio Econ., since 1997; Exec. Coun., Soc. for the Advmt. of Socio-Econ., 1998-01.

Robert Ashford (Syracuse University College of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: Socio-Economics and the Critical Schools
Bio: ASHFORD, ROBERT, H.A. (M) Prof. of Law Syracuse. BA, 1965, Univ. of So. Fla.; JD, 1969, Harvard. Admitted: CA, 1970; DC, 1979; NY, 1980. Woodrow Wilson Fellow, Stanford, 1965-66. Assoc., Morrison & Foerster San Fran., 1969-1970; Att'y, Stephens & Ashford San Fran., 1970-1973; Att'y, Kelso Hunt Ashford & Ludwig San Fran., 1973-1975; Ch. Operating Off. & Gen. Counsel, Kelso & Co. Inc. Invsmt. Bankers San Fran., 1975-1977; Assoc. Prof., Syracuse, 1978-1984; Prof., Since 1984. Subjects: Binary Economics (S); Corporations; Professional Responsibility. Books & Awards: Binary Economics: The New Paradigm (with R. Shakespeare), 1999. Member: Phi Kappa Phi; ALI.; Sigma Pi Sigma. Consultantships: Bd. of Visitors, Syracuse Univ. Coll. of Law, 1980-82; Ed'l Bd., Jour. of Socio Econ., since 1997; Exec. Coun., Soc. for the Advmt. of Socio-Econ., 1998-01.

Robert Ashford (Syracuse University College of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: Efficiency, Distribution, and Growth*
Bio: ASHFORD, ROBERT, H.A. (M) Prof. of Law Syracuse. BA, 1965, Univ. of So. Fla.; JD, 1969, Harvard. Admitted: CA, 1970; DC, 1979; NY, 1980. Woodrow Wilson Fellow, Stanford, 1965-66. Assoc., Morrison & Foerster San Fran., 1969-1970; Att'y, Stephens & Ashford San Fran., 1970-1973; Att'y, Kelso Hunt Ashford & Ludwig San Fran., 1973-1975; Ch. Operating Off. & Gen. Counsel, Kelso & Co. Inc. Invsmt. Bankers San Fran., 1975-1977; Assoc. Prof., Syracuse, 1978-1984; Prof., Since 1984. Subjects: Binary Economics (S); Corporations; Professional Responsibility. Books & Awards: Binary Economics: The New Paradigm (with R. Shakespeare), 1999. Member: Phi Kappa Phi; ALI.; Sigma Pi Sigma. Consultantships: Bd. of Visitors, Syracuse Univ. Coll. of Law, 1980-82; Ed'l Bd., Jour. of Socio Econ., since 1997; Exec. Coun., Soc. for the Advmt. of Socio-Econ., 1998-01.

Michael R. Asimow (University of California, Los Angeles School of Law)
Session: Administrative Law
Bio: ASIMOW, MICHAEL, R. (M) Prof. Emer. U.C.L.A. b.1939. BS, 1961, U.C.L.A.; LLB, 1964, Cal., Berkeley. Bk. Rev. Ed., Calif. L. Rev. Admitted: CA, 1965. Assoc., Irell & Manella, L.A., Pres; Prof., U.C.L.A., 1967-2001; Vis. Prof., Stanford, 1971; Vis. Prof., Duke, 1992; Prof. Emer., U.C.L.A., Since 2001; Vis. Prof., Stanford Law Sch., 2009. Subjects: Administrative Law; Contracts; Law & Social Science (S); Taxation, Federal. Books & Awards: California Admin. Law (with Cohen),, 2002; Law and Popular Culture- A Course Bk. (with Mader), 2004; Reel Justice: The Courtroom Goes to the Movies (with Bergman), 2d ed., 2006; St. & Fed. Admin. Law (with Levin & Bonfield), 3d ed., 2009; Lawyers In Your Living Room: Law on Television (editor-multiple authors), 2009. Member: COIF. Consultantships: Immediate Past Chair, Admin. Law Sect., ABA., 2008-09; Chair, Admin. Law Sect. , AALS, 2009-10.

Baher Azmy (Seton Hall University School of Law)
Session: National Security Law*
Bio: AZMY, BAHER, Assoc. Prof. Seton Hall. b.1970. BA, 1992, Pennsylvania; JD, 1996, New York Univ; MPA, 1996, Columbia. Admitted: NY, 1997; NJ, 1997. Clerk, Hon. Dolores K. Slovitz C.J. 3d Cir. Ct. of App. Phila., 1996-1997; Assoc., Willkie Farr & Gallagher NYC, 1997-1999; Clin. Ass't Prof., Seton Hall, 2000-2003; Assoc. Prof., Since 2003; Professor, Seton Hall, 2007 - Pres. Subjects: Clinical Teaching; Constitutional Law.

Adam Babich (Tulane University School of Law)
Session: Clinical Legal Education*
Bio: BABICH, ADAM, Prof. & Dir., Envtl. Law Clinic. Tulane. b.1955. BA, 1977, Dickinson Coll.; JD, 1983, Yale. Admitted: CO, 1984; DC, 1984; CA, 1997; IL, 1998; LA, 2001. Clerk, CO Sup. Ct. Denver, 1983-1984; Ass't Att'y Gen., CO Att'y Gen. Denver, 1984-1987; Assoc., Cornwell & Blakey Denver, 1988-1990; Priv. Prac., Self Denver, 1990-1992; Part., Gablehouse Epel & Babich Denver, 1992-1993; Ed.-in-Ch., Envtl. Law Inst. DC, 1993-1997; Of Counsel, Zevnik Horton Guibord & McGovern DC & Chgo., 1997-2000; Assoc. Prof., Tulane, 2000-2005; Dir., Envtl. Law Clinic, Since 2000; Prof., Since 2005. Subjects: Clean Air; Environmental Advocacy; Pollution Control; Torts. Consultantships: Bd. of Dirs., Envt'l Integrity Proj., 2005-09; Env'tl Restoration Priority Sys. Panel, Nat'l Res. Coun., 1992-93; Nat'l Adv'y Coun. for Env'tl Pol'y & Tech., Subcom. on Radiation Cleanup Regs., EPA, since 1993.

President Steven C. Bahls (Augustana College)
Douglas G. Baird (The University of Chicago, The Law School)
Session: Contracts
Bio: BAIRD, DOUGLAS, G. (M) Harry A. Bigelow Dist. Serv. Prof. Univ. of Chicago. b.1953. LLD, 1994, Univ. of Rochester.; BA, 1975, Yale; JD, 1979, Stanford. Mng. Ed., Stan. L. Rev. Clerk, Shirley M. Hufstedler U.S.C.A. 9th Cir., 1979; Clerk, Hon. Dorothy W. Nelson U.S.C.A. 9th Cir., 1980; Ass't Prof., Univ. of Chgo., 1980-1983; Assoc. Dean, 1984-1987; Prof., Since 1984; Vis. Prof., Stanford, 1987-1988; Vis. Prof., Harvard, 1993; Dean, Univ. of Chgo., 1994-1999; Vis. Prof., Yale, 2000. Subjects: Business Associations; Civil Procedure; Commercial Law; Contracts; Creditor's Rights. Books & Awards: Game Theory and the Law (with Gertner & Picker), 1994; Cases, Problems and Materials on Bkrptcy. (with Adler & Jackson), rev. 3d ed., 2001; Elements of Bankruptcy, 4th ed., 2006. Member: Am. Acad. of Arts & Scis.; COIF.

Lynn A. Baker (The University of Texas School of Law)
Session: State and Local Government Law
Bio: BAKER, LYNN, A. (F) Frederick M. Baron Chair & Co-Dir., Cntr. on Lawyers, Civil Just. & the Media. Univ. of Texas. b.1957. BA, 1978, Yale; BA, 1982, Oxford Univ.; JD, 1985, Yale. Ed., Yale L. & Pol'y Rev.; Art. & Bk. Rev. Ed., Yale L.J. Admitted: AZ, 1992; TX, 2003. Clerk, Judge Amalya L. Kearse U.S.C.A. 2d Cir., NY, NY, 1985-1986; Ass't Prof., Univ. of Va., 1986-1992; Assoc. Prof., Univ. of Ariz., 1992-1994; Professor, Univ. of Arizona, 1994 - 1997; Vis. Prof., Univ. of Texas, 1996; Vis. Prof., Rutgers Camden, 1997; Vis. Prof. (adjunct), Columbia, 1997; Thomas Watt Gregory Prof., Univ. of Texas, 1997-2002; Co. Dir., Cntr. on Lawyers Civil Just. & the Media, Since 2001; Frederick M. Baron Chair, Univ. of Texas, Since 2002. Subjects: Federalism (S); Intellectual Property; Local Government; Professional Responsibility; Property. Books & Awards: Local Gov't Law: Cases and Materials (with C.P. Gillette), 3d ed., 2004.

Jack M. Balkin (Yale Law School)
Session: Women in Legal Education, Co-Sponsored by Section on Defamation and Privacy*
Bio: BALKIN, JACK, M. (M) Knight Prof. of Const'l Law & the First Amend. Yale. b.1956. AB, 1978, Harvard; JD, 1981, Harvard; PhD, 1995, Cambridge Univ. Admitted: NY, 1983. Clerk, Hon. Carolyn D. King U.S.C.A. 5th Cir. Houston, 1981-1982; Assoc., Cravath Swaine & Moore NYC, 1982-1984; Vis. Ass't Prof., Mo.-Kan. City, 1984-1985; Ass't Prof., 1985-1988; Assoc. Prof., 1988-1989; Vis. Assoc. Prof., Univ of Texas, 1988-1989; Graves, Dougherty Hearon & Moody Cent'l Fac. Fel., 1989-1991; Prof., 1989-1991; M.D. Anderson Fdn. Vis. Prof., Queen Mary & Westfield Coll. Univ. of London, 1991-1992; Charles Tilford McCormick Prof., 1991-1994; Vis. Prof., Yale, 1992-1993; Prof., Yale, Since 1994; Dir., The Info. Soc. Proj., Since 1997; Vis. Prof., Harvard, 2000; Vis Prof., New York Univ., 2005. Subjects: Constitutional Law; Free Speech, Telecommunications, and Cyberspace; Jurisprudence; The Information Society; Torts. Books & Awards: Cultural Software: A Theory of Ideology, 1998; What Brown v. Bd. of Educ. Should Have Said, 2001; What Roe v. Wade Should Have Said, 2005; Processes of Const'l Decisionmaking (with P. Brest, S. Levinson, A. Amar & R. Siegel), 5th ed., 2006. Member: Am. Acad. of Arts & Scis.; Wrkg. Grp. on Law, Culture & the Humanities (Org'g Com., 1998-02). Consultantships: Lead Expert, Expert Network on Self Reg. of Internet Content, Bertelsmann Fdn., since 1998; Adv'y Bd., Internet Content Rating Ass'n, since 1999; Adv'y Bd., Consumer WebWatch, since 2002.

Jack M. Balkin (Yale Law School)
Session: Mass Communication Law
Bio: BALKIN, JACK, M. (M) Knight Prof. of Const'l Law & the First Amend. Yale. b.1956. AB, 1978, Harvard; JD, 1981, Harvard; PhD, 1995, Cambridge Univ. Admitted: NY, 1983. Clerk, Hon. Carolyn D. King U.S.C.A. 5th Cir. Houston, 1981-1982; Assoc., Cravath Swaine & Moore NYC, 1982-1984; Vis. Ass't Prof., Mo.-Kan. City, 1984-1985; Ass't Prof., 1985-1988; Assoc. Prof., 1988-1989; Vis. Assoc. Prof., Univ of Texas, 1988-1989; Graves, Dougherty Hearon & Moody Cent'l Fac. Fel., 1989-1991; Prof., 1989-1991; M.D. Anderson Fdn. Vis. Prof., Queen Mary & Westfield Coll. Univ. of London, 1991-1992; Charles Tilford McCormick Prof., 1991-1994; Vis. Prof., Yale, 1992-1993; Prof., Yale, Since 1994; Dir., The Info. Soc. Proj., Since 1997; Vis. Prof., Harvard, 2000; Vis Prof., New York Univ., 2005. Subjects: Constitutional Law; Free Speech, Telecommunications, and Cyberspace; Jurisprudence; The Information Society; Torts. Books & Awards: Cultural Software: A Theory of Ideology, 1998; What Brown v. Bd. of Educ. Should Have Said, 2001; What Roe v. Wade Should Have Said, 2005; Processes of Const'l Decisionmaking (with P. Brest, S. Levinson, A. Amar & R. Siegel), 5th ed., 2006. Member: Am. Acad. of Arts & Scis.; Wrkg. Grp. on Law, Culture & the Humanities (Org'g Com., 1998-02). Consultantships: Lead Expert, Expert Network on Self Reg. of Internet Content, Bertelsmann Fdn., since 1998; Adv'y Bd., Internet Content Rating Ass'n, since 1999; Adv'y Bd., Consumer WebWatch, since 2002.

Carlos A. Ball (Rutgers School of Law - Newark)
Session: Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Issues
Bio: BALL, CARLOS, A. (M) Prof. & Judge Frederick Lacey Scholar Rutgers, Newark. b.1964. BA, 1986, Tufts Univ.; JD, 1990, Columbia; LLM, 1995, Cambridge Univ. Bk. Rev. Ed., Colum. L. Rev. Admitted: MA, 1990; NY, 1991. Clerk, Ch. Just. Paul Liacos MA Sup. Jud. Ct. Boston, 1990-1991; Staff Att'y, Crim. Defense Div. Legal Aid Soc. NYC, 1991-1993; Counsel on HIV & TB Policy, NYC Dep't of Health, 1993-1994; Ass't Prof., Illinois, 1995-1999; Assoc. Prof., Illinois, 1999-2001; Prof., Illinois, 2001-2003; Prof., Penn State-Dickinson, Since 2003; Vis. Prof., Rutgers Camden, 2005-2006; Professor, Rutgers Newark, 2008 - Pres. Subjects: Land Use Planning; Property; Sexual Orientation and the Law. Books & Awards: The Morality of Gay Rights: An Exploration in Pol. Phil., 2003; Cases and Materials on Sexual Orientation and the Law (with Rubenstein and Schachter), 2007; Invisible No More: The Gay Rts. Movement and Its Lawyers, 2010.

Susan A. Bandes (DePaul University College of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: Emotions and Behavior*
Bio: BANDES, SUSAN, A. (F) Dist. Res. Prof. DePaul. b.1951. BA, 1973, Buffalo; JD, 1976, Michigan. Admitted: IL, 1976; IL, 1976. Staff Att'y, St. Appellate Defender's Off. IL, 1977-1981; Staff Counsel, ACLU IL, 1981-1984; Ass't Prof., De Paul, 1984-1987; Assoc. Prof., 1987-1990; Prof., Since 1990; Vis. Prof., Northwestern, 1996; Vis. Scholar, Cntr. for the Study of Law & Soc. Cal. Berkeley, 2005; Vis. Prof., Univ. of Chgo. Law Sch., 2007 - 2008. Subjects: Civil Rights (S); Criminal Procedure; Federal Jurisdiction; Law & Literature (S). Books & Awards: The Passions of Law (Ed.), 1999. 2009, Wicklander Fellowship in Professional Ethics.Member: AALS (Chair, Sect. on Fed. Cts., Exec. Com., Sect. of Fed. Cts., Exec. Com., Sect. on Civil Rts., Adv'y Com., Sect. on Const'l Law).; Law and Soc. Ass'n (article prize committee); Phi Beta Kappa. Consultantships: Bd. of Gov'rs, Chgo. Coun. of Lawyers, 1993-95; Rptr., The Const. Proj.: Nat'l Com. to Prevent Wrongful Executions, 2000-01; Mem., Chicago Council of Lawyers: Adv'y Com. to Examine the Cook Cty. Crim. Just. Sys., 2005-08; Res. Fel., Gruter Institute for Law and Behavioral Research, since 2007.

Susan A. Bandes (DePaul University College of Law)
Session: Criminal Justice
Bio: BANDES, SUSAN, A. (F) Dist. Res. Prof. DePaul. b.1951. BA, 1973, Buffalo; JD, 1976, Michigan. Admitted: IL, 1976; IL, 1976. Staff Att'y, St. Appellate Defender's Off. IL, 1977-1981; Staff Counsel, ACLU IL, 1981-1984; Ass't Prof., De Paul, 1984-1987; Assoc. Prof., 1987-1990; Prof., Since 1990; Vis. Prof., Northwestern, 1996; Vis. Scholar, Cntr. for the Study of Law & Soc. Cal. Berkeley, 2005; Vis. Prof., Univ. of Chgo. Law Sch., 2007 - 2008. Subjects: Civil Rights (S); Criminal Procedure; Federal Jurisdiction; Law & Literature (S). Books & Awards: The Passions of Law (Ed.), 1999. 2009, Wicklander Fellowship in Professional Ethics.Member: AALS (Chair, Sect. on Fed. Cts., Exec. Com., Sect. of Fed. Cts., Exec. Com., Sect. on Civil Rts., Adv'y Com., Sect. on Const'l Law).; Law and Soc. Ass'n (article prize committee); Phi Beta Kappa. Consultantships: Bd. of Gov'rs, Chgo. Coun. of Lawyers, 1993-95; Rptr., The Const. Proj.: Nat'l Com. to Prevent Wrongful Executions, 2000-01; Mem., Chicago Council of Lawyers: Adv'y Com. to Examine the Cook Cty. Crim. Just. Sys., 2005-08; Res. Fel., Gruter Institute for Law and Behavioral Research, since 2007.

Katherine Y. Barnes (The University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law)
Session: International Law and Law and the Social Sciences Joint Program*
Bio: BARNES, KATHERINE, Y. (F) Assoc. Prof. Univ. of Ari. b.1971. BA, 1993, Swarthmore Coll.; MS, 1999, Minnesota; JD, 2000, Michigan; PhD, 2003, Minnesota. Exec. Ed., Mich. J. of L. Reform. Admitted: MN, 2001. Clerk, Hon. Vaughn Walker U.S.D.C. N.D. CA San Fran., 2001 - 2002; Clerk, Hon. Sonia Sotomayer U.S.C.A. 2d Cir. NYC, 2002 - 2003; Assoc. Prof., Wash. St. Louis 2003-2006. Assoc. Prof., 2003 - 2007; Assoc. Prof., Univ. of Arizona, 2007 - Pres. Subjects: Criminal Procedure; Death Penalty (S); Evidence; Litigating With Experts; Property; Public Employment Law; Racial Profiling (S). Member: Am. Statistical Assn.; Law & Soc. Ass'n.

Amy C. Barrett (Notre Dame Law School)
Session: Constitutional Law
Bio: BARRETT, AMY, C. (F) Assoc. Prof. Notre Dame. BA, 1994, Rhodes Coll.; JD, 1997, Notre Dame. Exec. Ed., Notre Dame L. Rev. Admitted: VA, 2000; DC, 2001. Clerk, Hon. Laurence Silberman U.S.C.A. DC Cir., 1997-1998; Clerk, Hon. Antonin Scalia U.S. Sup. Ct. DC, 1998-1999; Assoc., Miller Cassidy Larocca & Lewin DC, 1999-2000; Assoc., Baker Botts LLP DC, 2000-2001; Olin Fel., Geo. Wash., 2001-2002; Ass't Prof., Notre Dame, 2002-2006; Assoc. Prof., Since 2006. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Evidence; Federal Courts; Statutory Interpretation (S). Member: Phi Beta Kappa.

Margaret Barry (The Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law)
Session: Poster Presentations Sponsored by Section on Clinical Legal Education
Bio: BARRY, MARGARET MARTIN, (F) Assoc Prof. Cath. Uni. b.1953. JD, 1980, Minnesota. Admitted: VI, 1981; MD, 1985; DC, 1986. Ch. Legis. Counsel, U.S. House of Reps. DC, 1981-1987; Clin. Instr., Cath. Univ., 1987-1992; Ass't Prof., 1992-1998; Assoc. Prof., Since 1998. Subjects: Clinical Teaching. Member: CLEA (V.P., 1998, Pres., 1999, Bd. Mem., 2000-02); SALT (Mem. of Bd., since 2004, Chair, Affirmative Action Com., since 2005).; AALS (Chair, Sect. on CLE, 1998). Consultantships: Chair, Steering Com., Family Sect., DC Bar, 1989-91; Co-Chair, Teen Domestic Violence Subcom., DC Coord'g Coun., 1997-99; Mem., DC Bar Task Force on Family Law Representation, since 1991, Co-Chair, since 2001.

Margaret Barry (The Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law)
Session: AALS Executive Committee Forum with the ABA Section on Legal Education and Admission to the Bar
Bio: BARRY, MARGARET MARTIN, (F) Assoc Prof. Cath. Uni. b.1953. JD, 1980, Minnesota. Admitted: VI, 1981; MD, 1985; DC, 1986. Ch. Legis. Counsel, U.S. House of Reps. DC, 1981-1987; Clin. Instr., Cath. Univ., 1987-1992; Ass't Prof., 1992-1998; Assoc. Prof., Since 1998. Subjects: Clinical Teaching. Member: CLEA (V.P., 1998, Pres., 1999, Bd. Mem., 2000-02); SALT (Mem. of Bd., since 2004, Chair, Affirmative Action Com., since 2005).; AALS (Chair, Sect. on CLE, 1998). Consultantships: Chair, Steering Com., Family Sect., DC Bar, 1989-91; Co-Chair, Teen Domestic Violence Subcom., DC Coord'g Coun., 1997-99; Mem., DC Bar Task Force on Family Law Representation, since 1991, Co-Chair, since 2001.

Ian Bartrum (Drake University Law School)
Session: Constitutional Law

Mark D. Bauer (Stetson University College of Law)
Session: Education Law
Bio: BAUER, MARK, D. (M) Assoc. Dean, Acad. Affrs. & Assoc. Prof. Stetson. b.1962. BA, 1983, Univ. of Chgo.; JD, 1988, Emory. Admitted: PA, 1988; IL, 1994. Jud'l Clerk, U.S. Ch. Immig. Judge Dep't of Just. DC, 1988-1990; Att'y, FTC DC, 1990-1994; Assoc., Bell Boyd & Lloyd Chgo., 1994-1996; Assoc., Freeborn & Peters Chgo., 1997-1999; Ed., C.C.H. Riverwoods IL, 1999-2000; Vis. Ass't Prof., Chicago-Kent, 2002-2004; Ass't Prof., Stetson, Since 2004. Subjects: Administrative Law; Antitrust; Antitrust (S); Consumer Protection Law; International Competition Law; Property.

Samuel P. Baumgartner (University of Akron, C. Blake McDowell Law Center)
Session: International Human Rights
Bio: BAUMGARTNER, SAMUEL, P. Assoc. Prof. Akron. LLB, 1990, Univ. of Bern, Switz.; MLI, 1993; LLM, 1995, Wisconsin; Dr inr, 2002, Univ. of Bern, Switz. Admitted: SWITZERLAND, 1990. Ass't Lect., Univ. of Bern Sch. of Law Switzerland 1990-92, 1996-1998; Assoc. Lect., 1998-2001; Dir. of Studies, Hague Acad. of Int'l Law Netherlands, 2001; Dep. Head, Sect. of Priv. Int'l Law Dept. of Just. & Police Bern, 2001-2004; Vis. Prof., Cornell, 2003; Adj. Lect., Univ. of Lucerne Switzerland Fall 2002, 2004; Assoc. Prof., Akron, Since 2006. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Comparative Law; Conflict of Laws; Creditors' and Debtors' Rights; International Business Transactions; International Law. Books & Awards: The Proposed Hague Convention on Juris. and Judgements, 0; 3 Civil Proc. in Europe: The Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Judgements Outside the Scope of the Brussels and Lugano Conventions (with Gerhard Walter), 2000; Transatlantic Lawmaking for Transnational Litig., 2003. Consultantships: Int'l Consult., ALI/UNIDROIT Principles of Transnat'l Civil Proc., 2002-04.

Scott Robert Bauries (University of Kentucky College of Law)
Session: Education Law
Bio: BAURIES, SCOTT, ROBERT (M) Ass't Prof. Kentucky. b.1971. Master of Educ., 2001, Univ. of So. Florida; Juris Doctor, 2005, Univ. of Florida; PHD, 2009, Univ. of Florida. Galleys Editor, Fla. L. Rev. Admitted: FL, 2005. Jud. Clerk, U.S. Ct. of App. for the Eleventh Cir., Chambers of the Honorable Emmett Ripley Cox, Mobile, AL, 2005 - 2006; Associate, McGuireWoods. LLP, Jacksonville, FL, 2006 - 2008; Ass't Prof., Univeristy of Kentucky Coll. of Law, 2008 - Pres. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Education Law (S); Employment Law. Member: Order of the Coif.

Leonard M. Baynes (St. John's University School of Law)
Session: Hot Topic Program: The Constitution and the Economy: Accountability and Autonomy in a Time of Financial Market and Regulatory Transformations
Bio: BAYNES, LEONARD, M. (M) Prof. & Dir., Ronald H. Brown Cntr. for Civil Rts. & Econ. Dev. St. John's. BS, 1979, New York Univ.; JD, 1982, Columbia; MBA, 1983, Columbia. Assoc. Ed., Colum. Hum. Rts. L. Rev. Admitted: NY, 1984; MA, 1987. Clerk, Judge Clifford Scott Green Phila., 1983-1984; Assoc., Gaston & Snow NYC, 1984-1986; Att'y, New England Telephone & Telegraph Co. Boston, 1986-1991; Ass't Prof., Western New England, 1991-1994; Assoc. Prof., 1994-1996; Prof., 1996-2002; Vis. Prof., St. John's, 2001-2002; Prof., Since 2002. Subjects: Communications Law; Corporations; Critical Race Theory; Land Use Planning; Property; Regulated Industries. Member: Int'l Econ. Honor Soc.; Omicron Delta Epsilon. Consultantships: Chair, Plng. Com., Annual Northeastern People of Color Legal Scholarship Conf., since 1995; Scholar-in-Res., FCC, 1997-01; Chair, Min. Grps. Sect., since 2004.

Linda M. Beale (Wayne State University Law School)
Session: AALS Committee on Curriculum Issues Program
Bio: BEALE, LINDA, M. (F) Assoc. Prof. & Dir., Grad. Studies Wayne State. BS, 1968, Duke; MA, 1974; PhD, 1978, Cornell; JD, 1994, Cornell; LLM, 2001, New York Univ. Arts. Ed., Cornell L. Rev. Admitted: NY, 1997. Clerk, Judge Dorothy Nelson 9th Cir. Ct. of App. Pasadena CA, 1994-1995; Assoc., Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton NYC, 1995-2001; Ass't Prof., Illinois, 2001-2005; Assoc. Prof., Wayne St., Since 2006. Subjects: Advanced Tax Practice (S); Corporate Tax; Income Taxation; International Taxation; Statutory Interpretation (Tax). Member: Law & Soc. Ass'n.; Coif; Central St. Law Sch. Ass'n (Pres. 2007). Consultantships: Mem., Gerson Lehman Group's Law Coun., since 2005.

Stephen F. Befort (University of Minnesota Law School)
Session: Disability Law
Bio: BEFORT, STEPHEN, F. (M) Gray, Plant, Mooty & Bennett Prof. Minnesota. b.1948. BA, 1970; Juris Doctor, 1974, Minnesota. Admitted: MN, 1974. Spec. Ass't Att'y Gen., MN Att'y Gen. St. Paul, 1974-1979; Principal Ass't Cty. Att'y, Ramsey Cty. St. Paul, 1979-1982; Assoc. Prof., Minnesota, 1982-1992; Prof., Since 1992; Assoc. Dean, Acad. Affrs., 2000-2004. Subjects: Alternative Dispute Resolution; Disability in the Workplace; Employment Law; Labor Law I. Books & Awards: Emplymt. Law and Practice, 2d ed., 2003; Arb. 2005: The Evolving World of Work Proceedings of the 57th Annual Meeting National Acad. of Arbitrators (with Gerhart), 2006; Invisible Hands, Invisble Objectives (with Budd), 2009. 2008, Teacher of the Year.Member: Int'l Soc. of Labor and Social Security Law (Board member); Phi Beta Kappa; Labor Law Grp.; Nat'l Acad. of Arbrs. Consultantships: Exec. Com., MN Bar Ass'n Legal Assist. to Disadvantaged, since 1989; Adv'y Com., Humphrey Inst. for Labor Policy, since 1995; Arb'r, Fed. Med. & Conc. Serv., since 2001.

Mr. Alan L. Beller (Cleary, Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP)
Session: Business Associations*

Anthony J. Bellia, Jr. (Notre Dame Law School)
Session: Federal Courts
Bio: BELLIA, ANTHONY, J., JR. (M) Prof. Notre Dame. b.1969. JD, 1994, Notre Dame; BA, 1991, Canisius Coll. Ed.-in-Ch., Notre Dame L. Rev. Admitted: NY, 1995; DC, 1999. Clerk, Hon. William M. Skretny U.S.D.C. W.D. NY Buffalo, 1994-1996; Clerk, Hon. Diarmuid F. O'Scannlain U.S.C.A. 9th Cir. Portland OR, 1996-1997; Clerk, Just. Antonin Scalia U.S. Sup. Ct. DC, 1997-1998; Assoc., Miller Cassidy Larroca & Lewin DC, 1998-2000; Ass't Prof., Notre Dame, 2000-2003; Assoc. Prof., Since 2003. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Contracts; Federal Courts.

Nancy L. Benavides (Florida State University College of Law)
Session: Plenary IV
Bio: BENAVIDES, NANCY, L. Assoc. Dean, Student Affrs. Fla. State. BS, 1988; JD, 1992, Maryland. Admitted: MD, 1992; DC, 1995.

Omri Ben-Shahar (The University of Chicago, The Law School)
Session: Scholarship
Bio: BEN-SHAHAR, OMRI, (M) Prof. Univ. of Chicago. b.1962. LLB, 1989, Hebrew Univ.; BA, 1989; LLM, 1991, Harvard; PhD, 1995, Harvard; SJD, 1999, Harvard. Sr. Fel., Harvard, 1994-1995; Ass't Prof., Law & Econ. Tel-Aviv Univ. Israel, 1995-1998; Res. Fel., Israeli Democracy Inst. Jerusalem, 1995-1998; Vis. Prof., Law & Econ. Michigan, 1998-1999; Ass't Prof., Law & Econ., 1999-2001; Prof., Since 2001. Subjects: Analytical Methods for Lawyers; Contracts; Economic Analysis of Law; Electronic Commerce; Law & Economics (S). Member: Am. Law & Econs. Ass'n. Consultantships: Fac. Dir., Cntr. for Law & Econs., Univ. of Mich., since 2000.

Lenni Beth Benson (New York Law School)
Session: Immigration Law, Co-Sponsored by Section on Administrative Law
Bio: BENSON, LENNI , BETH (F) Prof. & Assoc. Dean Prof'l Dev. New York L.. b.1958. BS, 1980, Ariz. St.; JD, 1983, Ariz. St. Mng. Editor, Arizona St. Law Jour.; Mng. Ed., Ariz. St. L. Rev. Admitted: AZ, 1983; AZ, 1983; CA, 1990; CA, 1990. Assoc., Sacks Tierney & Kasen Phoenix AZ, 1983-1986; Assoc., Daughton Hawkins & Bacon Phoenix, 1986-1989; Adj. Prof., Ariz. St., 1988-1989; Assoc., Bryan Cave L.A., 1989-1991; Part., 1992-1994; Assoc. Prof., New York L.S., 1994-2001; Professor, New York Law Sch., 2001 - Pres; Prof., Since 2001; Assoc. Dean Prof'l Dev., Since 2007. Subjects: Administrative Law; Asylum and Refugee Law (S); Civil Procedure; Federal Courts; Immigration Law; Immigration Workshop (S). Books & Awards: Immig. Law & Defense (ed.), 1988-, 90; AILA's Family Immig. Law Hdbk. (ed.), 1994; Otto Walter Writing Award, 2002; Immig. Law: Problems and Strategies (With Curcio and Jeffers), 2009. Consultantships: Emer.Trustee, Am. Immig. Law Fdn.; Dir., Cntr. for Const'l Law & Human Rts., since 2001; Acad. Pub. Adv'y Bd., LexisNexis, since 2009.

Mr. Joshua Benton (The Nieman Foundation for Journalism at Harvard)
Session: Mass Communication Law

Ms. Dana Berliner (Institute for Justice)
Session: Presidential Program I - Transformative Scholarship*

Mitchell N. Berman (The University of Texas School of Law)
Session: Constitutional Law
Bio: BERMAN, MITCHELL, N. (M) Bernard J. Ward Cent'l Prof. Univ. of Texas. b.1966. AB, 1988, Harvard; JD, 1993, Michigan; MA, 1994, Michigan. Art. Ed., Mich. L. Rev. Admitted: DC, 1996. Clerk, Hon. J. Dickson Phillips Jr. U.S.C.A. 4th Cir. Chapel Hill NC, 1994-1995; Assoc., Jenner & Block DC, 1995-1997; Vis. Prof., Michigan, 1997-1998; Ass't Prof., Univ. of Texas, 1998-2002; Bernard J. Ward Cent'l Prof., Since 2002. Subjects: Constitutional Law; Criminal Justice. Member: COIF.

Anita Bernstein (Brooklyn Law School)
Session: Engaging Faculty: Using Pro Bono to Teach Doctrine and Skills*
Bio: BERNSTEIN, ANITA, (F) Anita & Stuart Subotnick Prof. Brooklyn. b.1961. BA, 1981, CUNY at Queens; JD, 1985, Yale. Art. & Bk. Rev. Ed., Yale L.J. Admitted: NY, 1986. Clerk, Ch. J. Jack B. Weinstein U.S.D.C. E.D.N.Y., 1985-1986; Assoc., Debevoise & Plimpton NY, 1986-1989; Ass't Prof., Chicago-Kent, 1989-1995; Fulbright Scholar in European Community Affrs., European Univ. Inst. Florence Italy, 1992-1993; Assoc. Prof., Chicago-Kent, 1995-1997; Norman & Edna Freehling Scholar, 1995-1998; Prof., 1997-2000; Vis. Prof., Michigan, 1998-1999; Vis. Prof., Emory, 1999-2000; Prof., Since 2000; Mason Ladd Dist. Vis. Prof., Iowa, 2002; Vis. Prof., Cornell, 2003. Subjects: Gender & Law (S); Jurisprudence; Products Liability; Professional Responsibility; Torts. Books & Awards: A Products Liability Anthology (Ed.), 1995; Torts: Questions and Answers (with Leonard), 2004. Member: Phi Beta Kappa; ALI.

Robert C. Berry (Boston College Law School)
Session: Law and Sports*
Bio: BERRY, ROBERT, C. (M) Prof. Emer. Boston Col. b.1936. BA, 1958, Mo.-Columbia; LLB, 1961, Harvard. Admitted: MA, 1961; MO, 1962. Assoc., Priv. Prac. MA & MO, 1961-1962; Tchg. Fel., Harvard, 1962-1964; Ass't Prof., Univ. of Florida, 1964-1965; Assoc. Prof., 1965-1969; Vis. Prof., Illinois, 1966; Prof., Wayne St., 1969-1971; Vis. Prof., Boston Coll., 1971-1972; Prof., 1972-2002; Prog. Dir., NSF DC, 1974-1975; Dist. Vis. Prof., Ohio St., 1994; Prof. Emer., Boston Coll., Since 2002; Vis. Prof., Capital, Since 2002. Subjects: Contracts; Entertainment Law; Intellectual Property; Negotiation & Drafting of Contracts (S); Sports Law. Books & Awards: Labor Rels. in Prof'l Sports (with Gould & Staudohar), 1986; Law and Bus. of the Sports Industries (with Wong), 2 Vols., 1986; Law and Bus. of the Entertainment Industries (with Biederman, Pierson, Silfen & Glasser), 4th ed., 2001; Sports Law and Regulation(with Mitten, Davis & Smith), 2005. Member: Phi Beta Kappa.

Randall P. Bezanson (University of Iowa College of Law)
Session: Mass Communication Law
Bio: BEZANSON, RANDALL, P. (M) David H. Vernon Prof. Iowa. b.1946. BSBA, 1968, Northwestern; JD, 1971, Iowa. Ed.-in-Ch., Iowa L. Rev. Admitted: IA, 1971; VA, 1988. Clerk, Judge Roger Robb U.S.C.A. DC Cir., 1971-1972; Clerk, Just. Harry A. Blackmun U.S. Sup. Ct., 1972-1973; Ass't Prof., Iowa, 1973-1976; Ass't to the Pres., 1976-1977; Assoc. Prof., 1976-1979; V.P., Univ. of Iowa, 1979-1984; Prof., 1979-1988; Dean, Wash. & Lee, 1988-1994; Prof., 1988-1996; Prof., Iowa, Since 1996. Subjects: Administrative Law; Constitutional Law; Law & Medicine (Bioethics) (S); Law & Technology (S); Mass Communication Law; Supreme Court (S). Books & Awards: Taxes on Knowledge in America, 1994; Speech Stories: How Free Can Speech Be?, 1998; How Free Can the Press Be?, 2003; How Free Can Religion Be?, 2006. Member: ABF (Fellow).; Beta Alpha Psi; COIF. Consultantships: Rptr. & Mem., Drafting Com., NCCUSL 1985 Unif. Rts. of the Terminally Ill Act, since 1985; Rptr., Unif. Defamation Act, NCCUSL, 1989-94, Rptr., Unif. Correction or Clarification of Defamation Act, since 1993.

Bret C. Birdsong (University of Nevada, Las Vegas, William S. Boyd School of Law)
Session: Open Source
Bio: BIRDSONG, BRET, C. Prof. Nevada, Las Vegas. b.1964. AB, 1987, Princeton; JD, 1993, Cal., Hastings. Hastings L.J. Admitted: NY, 1994; DC, 1996. Clerk, Hon. Robert P. Patterson Jr. S.D.NY, 1993-1994; Trial Att'y, U.S. Dep't of Just. Envtl. & Natural Resources Div. DC, 1994-2000; Ian Axford Fellowship in Public Policy, Wellington New Zealand, 1998. Subjects: Administrative Law; Civil Procedure; Environmental Law; Natural Resources. Books & Awards: Natural Resources Law: A Place-Based Bk. of Problems and Cases (with Klein & Cheever), 2005.

William A. Birdthistle (Chicago-Kent College of Law, Illinois Institute of Technology)
Session: Securities Regulations
Bio: BIRDTHISTLE, WILLIAM, A. (M) Ass't Prof. of Law Chicago-Kent. b.1973. BA, 1995, Duke; JD, 1999, Harvard. Mng. Ed., Harv. L. R. Admitted: MA, 2000. Jud. Clerk, Hon. Diarmuid O'Scannlain Portland OR, 1999-2000; Assoc., Ropes & Gray LLP Boston MA, 2001-2006; Ass't Prof., Chicago-Kent, Since 2006. Subjects: Business Associations; Securities Regulation. Books & Awards: Summa Cum Laude, Duke, 1995. Member: Phi Beta Kappa.

Susan Bisom-Rapp (Thomas Jefferson School of Law)
Session: Labor Relations and Employment Law
Bio: BISOM-RAPP, SUSAN, (F) Prof. Thomas Jefferson. b.1961. BS, 1983, Cornell; JD, 1987, Cal., Berkeley; LLM, 1994, Columbia; JSD, 1997, Columbia. Notes & Comments Ed., Indus. Rels. L.J. Admitted: NY, 1987. Assoc., Stroock Stroock & Lavan, New York, NY, 1987-1990; Wien Fel., Columbia Law Sch., 1993-1995; Ass't Coord'r, Columbia Law Sch. Women in the Legal Profession Hist. Proj., 1995-1996; Ass't Prof., Thomas Jefferson Sch. of Law, 1996-1999; Assoc. Prof., Thomas Jefferson Sch. of Law, 1999-2005; Vis. Assoc. Prof., Chicago-Kent, 2003; Prof., Thomas Jefferson Sch. of Law, Since 2005. Subjects: Employment Law; Labor Law; Torts. Books & Awards: The Global Workplace: Int'l and Compartive Emplymt. Law (with Blanpain,Corbett,Joesphs,Zimmer), 2007. Member: The COIF; Law & Soc. Assn.; Woodrow Wilson Nat'l Fellowship Fdn. Consultantships: Chair, Bylaws Com., Cornell ILR Women's Network, 1993-94; Com. on Women in the Profession, Ass'n of the Bar, NYC, 1993-96; Com. on Wkg. Conditions, Law & Soc. Ass'n, 2002-05; Mem., American Law Institute, since 2007.

William K. Black (University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: The Criminal Causes of the Economic Recession*
Bio: BLACK, WILLIAM, K. Assoc. Prof. of Law and Economics Mo.-Kan. City.

Keith S Blair (University of Baltimore School of Law)
Session: Poster Presentations Sponsored by Section on Clinical Legal Education
Bio: BLAIR, KEITH, (M) Ass't Prof. Baltimore. b.1960. BS, 1982, Andrews Univ.; JD, 1993, Brooklyn. Admitted: GA, 1994; NY, 1994; DC, 1995; MD, 2005. Pro se Clerk, U.S.C.A. 2nd Cir. NYC, 1993-1995; Trial Att'y, U.S. Dep't of Just. Anti-trust Div. DC, 1995-1997; Sr. Trial Att'y, U.S. Dep't of Just. Tax Div. DC, 1997-2005. Subjects: Constitutional Law; Tax Clinic; Tax Practice and Procedure.

Dr. Tim H. Blessing (Alvernia University)
Robert C. Blitt (University of Tennessee College of Law)
Session: International Human Rights
Bio: BLITT, ROBERT, C. (M) Assoc. Prof. Tennessee. BA, 1994, McGill Univ.; JD, 2000, University of Toronto; MA, 2000, Univ. of Toronto; LLM, 2003, Univ. of Toronto. Admitted: MA, 2004. Subjects: Euopean Union Law: Rights (S); Global Constitutionalism (S); International Human Rights Law (S); International Religious Freedom (S); Public International Law (S).

Susan Block-Lieb (Fordham University School of Law)
Session: International Law and Law and the Social Sciences Joint Program*
Bio: BLOCK-LIEB, SUSAN, (F) Prof. Fordham. b.1958. BA, 1979; JD, 1982, Michigan. Admitted: NY, 1982. Of Counsel, Latham & Watkins LLP, NYC., Pres; Clerk, Hon. Joel Lewittes Bkrptcy. S.D.N.Y., 1982-1983; Counsel, House Com. on Jud. Subcom. on Monopolies & Commercial Law DC, 1983-1984; Assoc., Skadden Arps Slate Meagher & Flom NYC 1983, 1985-1988; Adj. Prof., Pace, 1987-1988; Ass't Prof., Seton Hall, 1988-1991; Assoc. Prof., 1991-1994; Prof., 1994-2000; Vis. Prof., Fordham, 1999-2000; Prof., Since 2000. Subjects: Consumer Finance; Contracts; Corporate Reorganization in Bankruptcy; Creditors' Rights/Bankruptcy; International Insolvency Law (S); Secured Transactions. Books & Awards: Norton Bkrptcy. Law and Practice, 1988-, 98; Resnick, Bkrptcy. Prac. and Strategy, 1986. Member: Am. Coll. of Bkrptcy.; Int'l Acad. of Commercial & Consumer Law.

Jeremy A. Blumenthal (Syracuse University College of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: Emotions and Behavior*
Bio: BLUMENTHAL, JEREMY, A. (M) Assoc. Prof. of Law Syracuse. b.1969. AB, 1991, Harvard Univ.; AM, 1998, Harvard Univ.; JD, 2001, Pennsylvania; PhD, 2002, Harvard Univ. Ed.-in-Ch., U. Pa. J. Const'l L. Admitted: NJ, 2001. Jud'l Clerk, Hon. Maryanne Trump Barry 3d Cir. Ct. of App. Newark NJ, 2001-2002; Assoc., Latham & Watkins Newark NJ, 2002-2005; Fac. Fel., Seton Hall, 2003-2005; Ass't Prof., Syracuse, Since 2005. Subjects: Criminal Law; Land Use Planning; Law & Social Science (S); Law and Psychology; Property I & II; Property Law in the 21st Century (S). Member: Am. Psychology/Law Soc.

Jeremy A. Blumenthal (Syracuse University College of Law)
Session: Law and Interpretation
Bio: BLUMENTHAL, JEREMY, A. (M) Assoc. Prof. of Law Syracuse. b.1969. AB, 1991, Harvard Univ.; AM, 1998, Harvard Univ.; JD, 2001, Pennsylvania; PhD, 2002, Harvard Univ. Ed.-in-Ch., U. Pa. J. Const'l L. Admitted: NJ, 2001. Jud'l Clerk, Hon. Maryanne Trump Barry 3d Cir. Ct. of App. Newark NJ, 2001-2002; Assoc., Latham & Watkins Newark NJ, 2002-2005; Fac. Fel., Seton Hall, 2003-2005; Ass't Prof., Syracuse, Since 2005. Subjects: Criminal Law; Land Use Planning; Law & Social Science (S); Law and Psychology; Property I & II; Property Law in the 21st Century (S). Member: Am. Psychology/Law Soc.

Michelle E. Boardman (George Mason University School of Law)
Session: Law and Economics*
Bio: BOARDMAN, MICHELLE, E. (F) Ass't Prof. George Mason. b.1972. BA, 1994, Brown; JD, 1998, Univ. of Chgo. U. Chi. L. Rev. Admitted: VA, 1999; DC, 2000. Clerk, Hon. Frank Easterbrooke U.S.C.A. 7th Cir. Chgo., 1998-1999; Att'y, Wiley Rein & Feilding DC, 1999-2002; Ass't Prof., George Mason, Since 2002. Subjects: Contracts; Insurance (S). Member: Am. Law & Econ. Ass'n.

Mr. Victor Bolden (City of New Haven Connecticut)
Session: Hot Topic Program: Reading Ricci: The Impact of the New Haven Firefighters Case

Amelia H. Boss (Drexel University Thomas R. Kline School of Law)
Session: Commercial and Related Consumer Law*
Bio: BOSS, AMELIA, H. (F) Prof. Drexel. b.1949. BA, 1970, Bryn Mawr; JD, 1975, Rutgers, Camden. Rut.-Cam. L.J. Admitted: NJ, 1975; PA, 1976. Clerk, Hon. Milton B. Conford NJ Sup. Ct., 1975-1976; Assoc., Pepper Hamilton & Scheetz Phila., 1976-1978; Ass't Prof., Rutgers Camden, 1978-1983; Vis. Prof., Miami, 1985-1987; Assoc. Prof., 1986-1987; Priv. Prac., McCarter & English Newark & Cherry Hill NJ, 1987-1989; Assoc. Prof., Temple, 1989-1992; professor, Temple Law Sch., 1991 - 2008; Prof., Since 1992; Prof., Temple Univ. Tokyo Japan, 1994; Leo Goodwin Dist. Vis. Prof., Nova Southeastern, 1998; Vis. Prof., Victoria Univ. Wellington New Zealand, 2004; Prof., Temple Beijing PRC, 2005. Subjects: Commercial Law; Commercial Paper; Computers and the Law (S); Contracts; Creditors' & Debtors' Rights; Electronic Commerce (S); International Business Transactions. Books & Awards: The Data Law Report, 1993-, 97; Electronic Data Interchange Agreements, 1993; The ABCs of The U.C.C.: Leasing, 1996; The ABCs of the U.C.C.: Letters of Credit, 1998; UN Convention on Electronic Communications in Int'l Contracts, 2008. 2004, ABA Cyberspace Law Excellence Award; 1995, ABA Glasscutter Award; 1999, Charles Klein Professor of Law; 1994, Friel Scanlon Faculty Scholarship Award.Member: Am. Coll. of Commercial Fin'l Lawyers (Bd. of Regents).; Am. Bkrptcy. Inst.; Am. Bar Ass'n (Board of Governors); ALI (Coun. & Exec. Com.). Consultantships: Exec. Subcom., Perm. Ed'l Bd., U.C.C., since 1992; Drafting Com., U.C.C. Art. 2, 1991-03, U.C.C. Art. 2B, 1995-99, U.C.C. Art. 1, 1996-01; Delegate, UNCITRAL Working Group on Electronic Commerce, 2001-04; Chair, Sect. of Bus. Law, ABA, 2000-01, Immed. Past Chair, 2001-02, Chair, Sect. Off'rs Conf., 2001-03; Adv'r, ALI Principles of Software Contracts, 2004-09.

Kristi L. Bowman (Michigan State University College of Law)
Session: Children and the Law*
Bio: BOWMAN, KRISTI, L. (F) Assoc. Prof. Mich. S. b.1976. BA, 1998, Drake; MA, 2001; JD, 2001, Duke; Cert Womens Studies, 2001, Duke. Assoc. Exec. Ed., Duke J. of Gender Law & Policy.; Arts Ed., Duke L. Rev. Admitted: IL, 2001; IL, 2001. Clerk, Judge George Fagg U.S.C.A. Des Moines IA, 2001-2003; Assoc., Franczek Sullivan Chgo., 2003-2005; Of Counsel, 2005; Ass't Prof., Drake, 2005-2007; Assoc. Prof., Mich. St.-DCL, Since 2007. Subjects: Education Law; Property; Remedies. Member: Phi Beta Kappa.

Kristi L. Bowman (Michigan State University College of Law)
Session: Education II
Bio: BOWMAN, KRISTI, L. (F) Assoc. Prof. Mich. S. b.1976. BA, 1998, Drake; MA, 2001; JD, 2001, Duke; Cert Womens Studies, 2001, Duke. Assoc. Exec. Ed., Duke J. of Gender Law & Policy.; Arts Ed., Duke L. Rev. Admitted: IL, 2001; IL, 2001. Clerk, Judge George Fagg U.S.C.A. Des Moines IA, 2001-2003; Assoc., Franczek Sullivan Chgo., 2003-2005; Of Counsel, 2005; Ass't Prof., Drake, 2005-2007; Assoc. Prof., Mich. St.-DCL, Since 2007. Subjects: Education Law; Property; Remedies. Member: Phi Beta Kappa.

William Boyd (University of Colorado School of Law)
Session: Environmental Law, Co-Sponsored by Section on Natural Resources*
Bio: BOYD, WILLIAM, Assoc. Prof. Colorado.

Robin A. Boyle (St. John's University School of Law)
Session: Academic Support*
Bio: BOYLE, ROBIN, A. (F) Prof., Legal Writing, Ass't Dir., Writing Cntr. & Coord'r, Acad. Support. St. John's. b.1958. BA, 1980, Vassar Coll.; JD, 1989, Fordham. Fordham L. Rev. Admitted: NY, 1990. Assoc., Dewey & Ballantine NYC, 1989-1990; Clerk, Hon. Tina Brozman U.S. Bkrptcy. Ct. SDNY, 1991; Patterson, Belknap Webb & Tyler NYC, 1991-1993; Adj. Ass't Prof., Pol. Sci. Fordham, 1993-1998; Legal Res. & Writing Staff, St. John's, 1994-1997; Ass't Prof., Legal Writing, Since 1997; Ass't Dir., Writing Cntr., Since 2004; Coord'r, Acad. Support Prog., Since 2005; Prof., Legal Writing, Since 2006. Subjects: Legal Research & Writing; Legal Writing (S). Books & Awards: Fac. Outstanding Achievement Award, 2005. Consultantships: Co-Adv'r, Moot Ct. Hon. Soc., St. John's Sch. of Law, 1995-01; Sec'y, Educ. & the Law Com., Ass'n of the Bar of NYC, 1995-98, 2000-01.

Curtis A. Bradley (Duke University School of Law)
Session: Federal Courts
Bio: BRADLEY, CURTIS, A. Richard A. Horvitz Prof., Prof. of Pub. Policy Studies Duke. b.1964. BA, 1985, Colorado; JD, 1988, Harvard. Admitted: CO, 1989; DC, 1992. Clerk, Judge David M. Ebel Denver, Denver, CO, 1988-1989; Assoc., Arnold & Porter Denver, Denver, CO, 1989-1990; Clerk, Just. Byron R. White DC, Washington, D.C., 1990-1991; Assoc., Covington & Burling DC, Washington, D.C., 1991-1995; Assoc. Prof., Colorado, 1995-2000; Prof., Univ. of Va., 2000-2005; Counselor, Int'l Law U.S. Dep't of St., Washington, D.C., 2004; Prof., Duke, Since 2005. Subjects: Federal Courts; Foreign Relations Law; International Law. Books & Awards: Int'l Law (with B. Carter & P. Trimble), 2003; Supp. to Low & Jeffries Fed. Courts and the Law of Federal-State Rels. (with P. Low & J. Jeffries), 2008; Presidential Power Stories (edited with C. Schroeder), 2009; Foreign Rels. Law: Cases and Materials (with J. Goldsmith), 3d. ed., 2009. Member: Am. Jour. of Int'l Law (member of Bd. of Editors); ASIL (member of Exec. Council). Consultantships: Mem., Sec. of State's Adv'y Com. on Int'l Law, since 2007.

Daniel D. Bradlow (American University, Washington College of Law)
Session: Roundtable Discussion on Comparative Scholarship
Bio: BRADLOW, DANIEL, D. Prof., Dir., Int'l Legal Studies & Coord'r, Hubert H. Humphry Fellowship Prog. American. b.1955. BA, 1977, Univ. of Witwatersrand; JD, 1982, Northeastern; LLM, 1985, Georgetown. Admitted: DC, 1983; NY, 1983. Consult., U.N. Cntr. on Transnat'l Corps. NY, 1982-1983; Res. Assoc., Int'l Law Inst. DC, 1983-1985; Assoc., Reichler Appelbaum & Wippman DC, 1985-1988; Adj. Prof., American, 1988; Vis. Ass't Prof., 1989-1990; Ass't Prof., 1990-1992; Assoc. Prof., 1992-1995; Prof., Since 1995; Dir., Int'l Legal Studies, Since 1996; Coord'r, S.J.D. Prog., 2002-2004; Coord'r, Hubert H. Humphrey Fellowship Prog., Since 2003. Subjects: International Financial Law; Selected Issues in International Business; Selected Issues in International Trade Law (S). Member: African Law Inst. (Interim Gov'g Bd., since 2001); Int'l Law Ass'n (Study Grp., Accountability of Int'l Orgs., since 2006). Consultantships: Consult., World Comm. on Dams, 1999-00; Sr. Spec. Fel., U.N. Inst. for Trng. & Res. (UNITAR), 1995-96, 2000-06; Res. Assoc., Cntr. for Human Rts., Fac. of Law, Univ. of Pretoria, since 2006.

Daniel D. Bradlow (American University, Washington College of Law)
Session: Africa, Co-Sponsored by Section on Minority Groups*
Bio: BRADLOW, DANIEL, D. Prof., Dir., Int'l Legal Studies & Coord'r, Hubert H. Humphry Fellowship Prog. American. b.1955. BA, 1977, Univ. of Witwatersrand; JD, 1982, Northeastern; LLM, 1985, Georgetown. Admitted: DC, 1983; NY, 1983. Consult., U.N. Cntr. on Transnat'l Corps. NY, 1982-1983; Res. Assoc., Int'l Law Inst. DC, 1983-1985; Assoc., Reichler Appelbaum & Wippman DC, 1985-1988; Adj. Prof., American, 1988; Vis. Ass't Prof., 1989-1990; Ass't Prof., 1990-1992; Assoc. Prof., 1992-1995; Prof., Since 1995; Dir., Int'l Legal Studies, Since 1996; Coord'r, S.J.D. Prog., 2002-2004; Coord'r, Hubert H. Humphrey Fellowship Prog., Since 2003. Subjects: International Financial Law; Selected Issues in International Business; Selected Issues in International Trade Law (S). Member: African Law Inst. (Interim Gov'g Bd., since 2001); Int'l Law Ass'n (Study Grp., Accountability of Int'l Orgs., since 2006). Consultantships: Consult., World Comm. on Dams, 1999-00; Sr. Spec. Fel., U.N. Inst. for Trng. & Res. (UNITAR), 1995-96, 2000-06; Res. Assoc., Cntr. for Human Rts., Fac. of Law, Univ. of Pretoria, since 2006.

Rebecca M. Bratspies (City University of New York School of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: Redefining Regulation in the Post Neoclassical Era*
Bio: BRATSPIES, REBECCA, M. (F) Professor CUNY at Queens. b.1965. BA, 1987, Wesleyan Univ.; JD, 1992, Pennsylvania. Admitted: PA, 1992. Jud. Clerk, Hon. C. Arlen Bean U.S.C.A. 8th Cir. Lincoln NE, 1992-1994; Luce Scholar, Henry Luce Fdn. ROC Ministry of Just. Taipei Taiwan, 1994-1995; Litig., Att'y Dechert Price & Rhoads Phila., 1995-1998; Legal Res. & Writing Instr., New York Univ., 1998-2001; Res. Instr., 2000-2001; Assoc. Prof., Idaho, 2001-2003. Subjects: Administrative Law; Environmental Law; International Environmental Law; Lawyering; Property. Books & Awards: Henry Luce Fdn. Scholar, 1994-, 95; Green Prize for Excellence in Torts, 1992. Member: Order of the Coif.

Thomas J. Brennan (Northwestern University School of Law)
Session: Taxation
Bio: BRENNAN, THOMAS, Asst. Prof. Northwestern.

Richard Briffault (Columbia University School of Law)
Session: State and Local Government Law
Bio: BRIFFAULT, RICHARD, Joseph P. Chamberlain Prof. of Legis., Dir., Legis. Drafting Res. Fund. Columbia. b.1954. BA, 1974, Columbia; JD, 1977, Harvard. Devs. Ed., Harv. L. Rev. Admitted: NY, 1979. Clerk, Hon. Shirley M. Hufstedler U.S.C.A. 9th Cir. L.A., 1977-1978; Assoc., Paul Weiss Rifkind Wharton & Garrison NYC, 1978-1980; Ass't Counsel, Gov'r Hugh L. Carey St. of NY Albany, 1980-1982; Ass't Prof., Columbia, 1983-1984; Assoc. Prof., 1984-1989; Prof., Since 1989; V-Dean, 1997-2005. Subjects: Legislation; Property; State & Local Government. Books & Awards: Balancing Acts: The Reality Behind St. Balanced Budget Requirements, 1996; St. & Local Gov't Law, 6th ed., 2004. Consultantships: Consult., NYC Charter Rev. Comm., 1987-89; Consult., Temporary NY St. Comm. on Const'l Rev., 1993-95; Exec. Dir., Spec. Comm. on Campaign Fin. Reform, Ass'n of Bar of NYC, 1998-00.

Margaret Friedlander Brinig (Notre Dame Law School)
Session: Law and Economics*
Bio: BRINIG, MARGARET , FRIEDLANDER (F) The Sorin Chair in Law & Assoc. Dean Notre Dame. b.1949. BA, 1970, Duke; JD, 1973, Seton Hall; MA, 1993; PhD, 1994, George Mason. Notes Ed., Seton Hall L. Rev. Admitted: NJ, 1973; DC, 1976; VA, 1979. Clerk, Hon. Theo Botter St. of NJ Jersey City, 1973-1974; Ass't Dep. Public Defender, St. of NJ Off. of Public Advocate Trenton, 1974-1975; Ass't Prof., George Mason, 1975-1981; Assoc. Prof., 1981-1992; Assoc. Dean, 1982-1984; Prof., 1992-1999; Dir., Legal Res. Writing & Analysis Prog., 1993-1995; Prof., Iowa, 1999-2001; William G. Hammond Prof., 2001-2006; Assoc. Dean, Fac. Dev., 2004-2006; The Fritz Duda Family Chair in Law, Notre Dame, 2006-2007; Assoc. Dean, Fac. Res., Since 2007. Subjects: Alternative Dispute Resolution (S); Contracts; Domestic Relations; Insurance; Legal Research & Writing; Remedies. Books & Awards: Hdbk. on Virginia Domestic Relations, 3d ed., 1996; Family Law in Action: A Reader (with Schneider & Teitelbaum), 2000; An Invitation to Family Law (with Schneider), 2d ed., 2000; From Contract to Contract: Beyond the Law & Economics of the Family, 2000. Member: AALS.; Am. Law & Econ. Ass'n (Exec. Coun., 2001-03); ALI.

Mr. Peter Brooks (Princeton University )
Session: Law and the Humanities

Carol N. Brown (University of North Carolina School of Law)
Session: Real Estate Transactions, Co-Sponsored by Section on Property Law
Bio: BROWN, CAROL, N. (F) Professor Univ. of No. Ca. b.1969. AB, 1992, Duke Univ.; LLM, 1995, Duke; JD, 1995, Duke. Ed., Duke J. of Comp. & Int'l L. Admitted: VA, 1995; AL, 1998. Jud. Clerk, Hon. Sharon Lovelace Blackburn N.D. AL B'ham, 1995-1996; Assoc., McGuire Woods Battle & Boothe Richmond, 1996-1998; Assoc., Sirote & Permutt P.C. B'ham, 1998-2001; Ass't Prof., Alabama, 2001-2004; Assoc. Prof., Alabama, 2004-2007; Assoc. Prof., Univ. of No. Car., Since 2007; Assoc. Prof., UNC, 2007 - 2008; Professor, UNC, 2008 - Pres. Subjects: Land Use Planning; Property; Real Estate Transactions. Books & Awards: Basic Mortgage Law (with Hill), 2nd ed., 2007.

Carol N. Brown (University of North Carolina School of Law)
Session: Property Law
Bio: BROWN, CAROL, N. (F) Professor Univ. of No. Ca. b.1969. BA, 1969, Cal., Berkeley; MA, 1972, Univ. of Rochester; JD, 1976, Miami; AB, 1992, Duke Univ.; JD, 1995, Duke; LLM, 1995, Duke. Ed., Duke J. of Comp. & Int'l L.; Ed.-in- Ch. & Sr. Comments Ed., U. Miami L. Rev. Admitted: NC, 1976; FL, 1977; VA, 1995; AL, 1998. Clerk, Assoc. Just. James G. Exum Jr. NC Sup. Ct., 1976-1977; Vis. Lect., Univ. of No. Car., 1977-1979; Priv. Prac., Bode Bode Call & Bruckel Raleigh NC, 1978-1979; Ass't Prof., Univ. of No. Car., 1979-1984; Assoc. Prof., 1984-1987; Prof., Since 1987; Jud. Clerk, Hon. Sharon Lovelace Blackburn N.D. AL B'ham, 1995-1996; Assoc., McGuire Woods Battle & Boothe Richmond, 1996-1998; Assoc., Sirote & Permutt P.C. B'ham, 1998-2001; Ass't Prof., Alabama, 2001-2004; Assoc. Prof., Alabama, 2004-2007; Assoc. Prof., Univ. of No. Car., Since 2007; Assoc. Prof., UNC, 2007 - 2008; Professor, UNC, 2008 - Pres. Subjects: Advanced Commercial Law & Contracts (S); Commercial Paper; Contracts; Land Use Planning; Property; Real Estate Transactions; Remedies; Sales & Secured Transactions. Books & Awards: 4 Corbin on Contracts (Statute of Frauds) (rev. ed., J. Perillo ed.), 1997; Basic Mortgage Law (with Hill), 2nd ed., 2007. Member: Phi Beta Kappa.; Wig & Robe; Phi Kappa Phi. Consultantships: Drafting Com., NC Gen'l Statutes Comm. for U.C.C. Rev. Art. 5, 1997-98, Rev. Art. 9, 1998-01.

Dorothy Andrea Brown (Emory University School of Law)
Session: AALS Workshop and Continental Breakfast for 2009 and 2010 Section Officers
Bio: BROWN, DOROTHY ANDREA, (F) Prof. Emory. b.1959. BS, 1980, Fordham; JD, 1983, Georgetown; LLM, 1984, New York Univ. Admitted: DC, 1983. Att'y/Adv'r, J. Stephen Swift U.S. Tax Ct. DC, 1984-1985; Assoc., Haynes & Miller DC, 1985-1987; Investment Banker, Drexel Burnham & Lambert NYC, 1987-1989; Spec. Ass't, Dep't of HUD DC, 1989-1990; Assoc. Dep. Gen. Counsel, 1990-1991; Ass't Prof., George Mason, 1991-1994; Ass't Prof., Cincinnati, 1994-1995; Assoc. Prof., 1995-1997; Prof., 1997-2002; Prof., Wash. & Lee, 2002 - 2008; Prof. of Law, Emory Univ., 2008 - Pres. Subjects: Corporate Tax; Critical Race Theory; Federal Income Tax; Tax Policy (S). Books & Awards: Critical Race Theory: Cases, Materials and Problems, 2007. Member: . on leave, Year 2009-2010.

Dorothy Andrea Brown (Emory University School of Law)
Session: Women in Legal Education
Bio: BROWN, DOROTHY ANDREA, (F) Prof. Emory. b.1959. BS, 1980, Fordham; JD, 1983, Georgetown; LLM, 1984, New York Univ. Admitted: DC, 1983. Att'y/Adv'r, J. Stephen Swift U.S. Tax Ct. DC, 1984-1985; Assoc., Haynes & Miller DC, 1985-1987; Investment Banker, Drexel Burnham & Lambert NYC, 1987-1989; Spec. Ass't, Dep't of HUD DC, 1989-1990; Assoc. Dep. Gen. Counsel, 1990-1991; Ass't Prof., George Mason, 1991-1994; Ass't Prof., Cincinnati, 1994-1995; Assoc. Prof., 1995-1997; Prof., 1997-2002; Prof., Wash. & Lee, Since 2002. Subjects: Administrative Law; Critical Race Theory; Federal Income Tax. Books & Awards: Critical Race Theory: Cases, Materials and Problems, 2003.

Christopher M. Bruner (Washington and Lee University School of Law)
Session: AALS Scholarly Paper Presentation*
Bio: BRUNER, CHRISTOPHER, M. (M) Assoc. Prof. Wash. & Lee. b.1972. AB, 1995, Michigan; MPhil, 1997, Oxford; JD, 2001, Harvard. Dept. Ed.-in-Ch., Harvard Int'l Law Jour. Admitted: MA, 2002. Assoc., Ropes & Gray LLP, Boston, MA, 2001-2004; Res. Assoc., Harvard Bus. Sch., Boston, MA, 2004-2005; Vis. Ass't Prof., Boston Univ. Sch. of Law, 2005-2006; Ass't Prof., Texas Tech Univ. Sch. of Law, 2006 - 2009; Assoc. Prof., Washington and Lee Univ. Sch. of Law, 2009 - Pres. Subjects: Close Business Arrangements; Contracts; Securities Regulation. Member: Phi Beta Kappa.

Edward J. Brunet (Lewis and Clark Law School)
Session: Litigation, Co-Sponsored by Section on Civil Procedure
Bio: BRUNET, EDWARD, J. (M) Henry J. Casey Prof. Lewis & Clark. BA, 1966, Northwestern; JD, 1969, Illinois; LLM, 1972, Univ. of Va. Admitted: IL, 1969; OR, 1985. Assoc., McDermott Will & Emery Chgo., 1969-1971; Ass't Prof., Lewis & Clark, 1972-1975; Assoc. Prof., 1975-1979; Prof., Since 1979; Vis. Scholar, Edinburgh Univ. Edinburgh Scotland, 1984; Vis. Prof., Univ. of Newcastle Australia, 1991; Vis. Scholar, Univ. of Adelaide Australia, 1992; Vis. Prof., Emory, 2002. Subjects: Administrative Law; Alternate Dispute Resolution; Antitrust; Civil Procedure; Complex Litigation. Books & Awards: Summary Judgment: Fed. Law & Prac. (with M. Redish), 3d ed., 2006; Alternative Dispute Resolution: The Advocate's Perspective (with C. Craver & E. Deason), 1997, 3d ed., 2006; Arb. Law in America: A Critical Assessment (with R. Spiedel, J. Sternlight & S. Ware), 2006.

Mr. Joseph M. Bruno, Jr. (The Law Offices of Bruno & Bruno)
Taimie L. Bryant (University of California, Los Angeles School of Law)
Session: Animal Law*
Bio: BRYANT, TAIMIE, L. (F) Prof. U.C.L.A. b.1953. BA, 1975, Bryn Mawr Coll.; PhD, 1984, U.C.L.A; JD, 1987, Harvard. Acting Prof., U.C.L.A., 1988-1993; Prof., UCLA Sch. of Law, Since 1993. Subjects: Property. Books & Awards: Animal Law and the Courts: A Reader (with Huss and Cassuto), 2008, 2008. Member: Law & Soc. Assn.; Animal Law Sect. of AALS.

Christopher J. Buccafusco (Chicago-Kent College of Law, Illinois Institute of Technology)
Session: Concurrent Session: Emotions and Behavior*
Bio: BUCCAFUSCO, CHRISTOPHER, J. Ass't Prof. of Law Chicago-Kent.

Cheryl Prestenback Buchert (Loyola University New Orleans College of Law)
Session: New Orleans Neighborhood Solidarity Tour
Bio: BUCHERT, CHERYL, PRESTENBACK (F) Assoc. Clin. Prof. Loyola, New Or. Bachelor of Sci., 1971, Loyola Univ. of New Orls.; Master of Educ., 1990, Univ. of New Orls.; Juris Doctor in Law, 1993, Loyola, New Orl. Admitted: LA, 1994. Subjects: Clinical Seminar (S).

Sande Buhai (Loyola Law School )
Session: Pro-Bono and Public Service Opportunities
Bio: BUHAI, SANDE, (F) Clin. Prof. & Fac. Public Interest Dir. Loyola, L.. b.1956. BA, 1979, U.C.L.A.; JD, 1982, Loyola, L.A. Note Ed., Int'l L.J. Admitted: CA, 1982. Res. Att'y, L.A. Cty. Superior Ct. CA, 1982-1984; Dep. Att'y Gen., St. of CA L.A., 1984-1989; Vis. Assoc. Prof. & Legal Dir., Western Law Cntr. for Disability Rts. Loyola L.A., 1989-1994; Clin. Prof., Since 1994; Dir., Pro Bono Prog. 1994-00, 2002-2003; Dir., Public Interest Law Dep't 2000-02, Since 2003. Subjects: Administrative Law; Appellate Advocacy; Ethical Lawyering; Rights of Elderly & Disabled. Member: St. Thomas More. Consultantships: Com. on Prof'l Respon. & Competence, St. Bar of CA, 1996-99; Bd. of Dirs., Western Law Cntr., since 2000; Bd. of Dirs., UnCommon Good, since 2001.

Stephen B. Burbank (University of Pennsylvania Law School)
Session: Litigation, Co-Sponsored by Section on Civil Procedure
Bio: BURBANK, STEPHEN, B. (M) David Berger Prof. for the Admin. of Just. Pennsylvania. b.1947. AB, 1968; JD, 1973, Harvard. Admitted: MA, 1973; PA, 1976. Clerk, Sup. Jud. Ct. MA, 1973-1974; Clerk, U.S. Sup. Ct. DC, 1974-1975; Gen. Counsel/Lect., Pennsylvania, 1975-1979; Mellon Fel., Aspen Inst., 1978-1979; Ass't Prof., 1979-1983; Assoc. Dean, 1983-1985; Assoc. Prof., 1983-1986; Prof., 1986-1991; Robert G. Fuller, Jr. Prof., 1991-1995; Acting Dean, 1995; David Berger Prof., Since 1995. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Complex Litigation; International Civil Litigation; Judicial Administration (S). Books & Awards: Rule 11 in Transition (Rptr.), 1989; Report of the National Comm. on Jud. Discipline & Removal (with others), 1993; Jud. Independence at the Crossroads: An Interdisciplinary Approach (Co-Ed. with B. Friedman), 2002. Member: ALI (Life Mem.); Phi Beta Kappa; Am. Acad. of Pol. & Social Sci. (Chair, Bd. of Dirs., 2004-07). Consultantships: Mem., Nat'l Comm. on Jud. Discipline & Removal, 1991-93; Bd. of Dirs., Am. Jud. Soc., since 1993, Exec. Com., 1996-02; Spec. Master, Nat'l Football League, since 2002.

Elizabeth Chamblee Burch (Florida State University College of Law)
Session: Poster Presentations Sponsored by Committee on Sections & Annual Meeting
Bio: BURCH, ELIZABETH, CHAMBLEE (F) Ass't Prof. Fla. State. b.1978. BA, 2000, Vanderbilt Univ.; JD, 2004, Fla. St. Writing & Res. Ed. & Ass't Ed., Fla. St. U. L. Rev. Admitted: GA, 2004. Assoc., Holland & Knight LLP Atlanta, 2004-2006; Ass't Prof., Cumberland Sch. of Law, Samford Univ., 2006 - 2008; Ass't Prof., Florida St. Univ. Coll. of Law, 2008 - Pres. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Complex Civil Litigation; Evidence; Law and Literature. Books & Awards: 2008, Harvey S. Jackson Excellence in Teaching Award; 2008, Lightfoot, Franklin & White Faculty Scholarship Award.

Regina F. Burch (Capital University Law School)
Session: Concurrent Session: The Criminal Causes of the Economic Recession*
Bio: BURCH, REGINA, Assoc. Prof. Capital. AB, 1986, Harvard Coll.; MSA, 1992, M.I.T.; JD, 1999, Cal., Hastings. Sr. Symp. Ed., Hastings W.-Nw. J. Envt'l L. & Poly.; Sr. Symposium Editor, Hastings West-Northwest Envt'l Law Jour. Admitted: MA, 1999; CA, 2000. Mgmt. Consult., Analyst Shaman Pharmaceuticals Ernst & Young LLP Chiron Corp., Pres; Vis. Prof., DePaul., Pres. Subjects: Business Associations; Corporate Finance; Corporate Governance (S); Mergers and Acquisitions; Securities Regulation. Books & Awards: 1998, UC Hastings Long Scholarship; 1999, Charlotte and Cecil Poole Scholarship.Consultantships: Fac. Adv'r, Corp. & Bus. Law Ass'n; Fac. Adv'r, Corp. Law Moot Ct. Team.; Dir., State Teachers Retirement Systems of Ohio, since 2008.

Hillary Burgess (Hofstra University School of Law)
Session: Poster Presentations Sponsored by Section on Minority Groups
Bio: BURGESS, HILLARY, (F) Ass't Prof. of Acad. Support Hofstra. AB, 1996, The Univ. of Chicago: The Coll.; JD, 2003, Univ. of No. Car. Admitted: NJ, 2004. Subjects: Criminal Justice and Social Conflict: Privacy and the Government (Undergraduate); Criminal Law Undergraduate Course (S); Legal Methods; Prisoners' Rights Undergraduate (S); Selected Topics in Criminal Procedure (Undergraduate) (S).

Hillary Burgess (Hofstra University School of Law)
Session: Academic Support*
Bio: BURGESS, HILLARY, Ass't Prof., Acad. Sup. Hofstra.

Alafair S. Burke (Hofstra University School of Law)
Session: Criminal Justice
Bio: BURKE, ALAFAIR, S. (F) Prof. Hofstra. b.1969. BA, 1991, Reed Coll.; JD, 1994, Stanford. Stan. J. Int'l L ; Stan. L. & Pol. Rev. Admitted: OR, 1995; NY, 2000. Jud. Clerk, Hon. Betty B. Fletcher 9th Cir. Ct. of App. Seattle, 1994-1995; Dep. D.A., Multnomah Cty. Portland OR, 1995-1999; Att'y, Phillips Lytle Hitchcock Blaine & Huber Buffalo, 1999-2001; Assoc. Prof., Hofstra, Since 2001. Subjects: Criminal Justice (S); Criminal Law; Criminal Procedure. Member: Phi Beta Kappa.; Order of the Coif.

Elizabeth N. Burleson (University of South Dakota School of Law)
Session: Poster Presentations Sponsored by Committee on Sections & Annual Meeting
Bio: BURLESON, ELIZABETH, Prof. South Dakota. JD, 1999, Connecticut; LLM, 2004, LSE London Sch. of Economics. Admitted: CT, 1999; DC, 2000; SD, 2007. http://www.elizabethburleson.com/, 1999 - Pres. Subjects: Energy Law; Environmental Law; International Environmental Law; International Human Rights Law (S); International Law and China (S); Property; Public International Law; United Nations Law; Water Law. Books & Awards: WATERS AND WATER Rts., 2009. 1999, Noonan Award for Outstanding Legal Scholarship & Public Service; 2007, Driscoll China Distinguished Scholar.Member: Am. Soc. of Int'l Law; Ass'n of Am. Law Schools; Int'l Law Ass'n; AALS Sect. on North Am. Cooperation, Exec. Com. Consultantships: Coord'r, Harbor Watch, since 1988; U.N. Consult., UN, since 1991; Consult., Amnesty International, since 1992.

Scott J. Burnham (University of Montana School of Law)
Session: Contracts
Bio: BURNHAM, SCOTT, J. (M) Prof. Montana. b.1946. BA, 1968, Williams; JD, 1974, New York Univ; LLM, 1981, New York Univ. Admitted: NY, 1975; MT, 1982. Assoc., London Buttenwieser Bonem & Valente NYC, 1975-1976; Gen. Prac., Self NYC, 1976-1980; Ass't Prof., Montana, 1981-1984; Assoc. Prof., 1984-1987; Prof., Since 1987; Vis. Prof., Santa Clara, 1988-1989; Vis. Prof., Tennessee, 1991-1992; Vis. Prof., Western New England, 1994-1995; Vis. Prof., U.N.L.V., 1998; Vis. Prof., Hawaii, 2002; Vis. Prof., Memphis, 2005; Vis. Prof., Nevada Las Vegas, 2007-2008. Subjects: Commercial Code; Consumer Law; Contracts; Copyright. Books & Awards: Nat'l Cntr. for Preventive Law Bk. Award, 1987-, 88; Contract Drafting Guidebook, 1992; Drafting and Analyzing Contracts, 3d ed., 2003; The Glannon Guide to Secured Transactions, 2008; The Glannon Guide to Sales, 2009. Member: ALI. Consultantships: Bd. of Dirs., CALI, since 2000; Chair, Contracts Sect., AALS, 2000-01.

Darren D. Bush (University of Houston Law Center)
Session: Antitrust and Economic Regulation
Bio: BUSH, DARREN, D. (M) Assoc. Prof. Houston. b.1969. BA, 1991, Cal. St. Univ.; PhD, 1995, Utah; JD, 1998, Utah. Admitted: UT, 1998. Trial Att'y, Att'y Gen. Honors Prog. Antitrust Div. U.S. Dep't of Just. DC, 1998-2001; Vis. Assoc. Prof., Utah, 2001-2003; Ass't Prof., Houston, Since 2003. Subjects: Administrative Law; Antitrust; Business Organizations; Law & Economics (S); Regulated Industries. Books & Awards: Antitrust: Statutes, Treatises, Regulation, Guidelines, Policies, 2001. Consultantships: Consult., Antitrust Modernization Com., since 2006.

Sandra Buteau (Georgetown University Law Center)
Session: Graduate Programs for Foreign Lawyers and International Legal Exchange Joint Program*
Bio: BUTEAU, SANDRA, American.

Thorne Butler (Mississippi College School of Law)
Session: Institutional Advancement Luncheon
Bio: BUTLER, THORNE, Dir., Dev. Mississippi Col.

Cindy Galway Buys (Southern Illinois University School of Law)
Session: National Security Law, Co-Sponsored by Sections on International Human Rights and International Law
Bio: BUYS, CINDY GALWAY, (F) Assoc. Prof. and Dir. of Int'l Law Programs Southern Illinois. b.1965. BA, 1987, SUNY at Albany; MA, 1991, Syracuse; JD, 1991, Syracuse; LLM, 1999, Georgetown. Syr. L. Rev. Admitted: DC, 1992; NY, 1992. Att'y, Sher & Blackwell DC, 1991-1998; Gen. Att'y, U.S. Dep't of Commerce DC, 1999-2001; Ass't Prof., Southern Illinois, 2001-2006; Assoc. Prof., Southern Illinois Univ. Sch. of Law, Since 2007. Subjects: Constitutional Law; Immigration Law; International Law; International Transactions. Member: Central St. Law Schools Ass'n., (Chair, 2008).; Am. Soc. of Int'l Law (IG Co-Chair, 2008-2009); ISBA Sect. Coun. on Int'l & Immig. Law (Chair, 2009-10).

Keith J. Bybee (Syracuse University College of Law)
Session: Law and Interpretation
Bio: BYBEE, KEITH, J. (M) Assoc. Prof. of Law; Assoc. Prof. of Poli. Sci.; Dir., IJPM; Sr. Res. Assoc., Campbell Public Affrs. Inst. Syracuse. Pol. Sci., 1995, Univ. of California, San Diego. Ass't Professor of Gov't, Harvard Univ., Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1994 - 2002. Subjects: Constitutional Law II; Judicial Politics; Legal Thought and Political Theory. Books & Awards: Mistaken Identity: The Sup. Ct. and the Politics of Minority Representation, 1998; Bench Press: The Collision of Courts, Politics, and the Media, 2007. 2007, Syracuse University Excellence in Graduate Education.Member: Ass'n for the Study of Law, Culture, and the Humanities; Law and Soc. Ass'n; Am. Pol. Sci. Ass'n.

Donna M. Byrne (William Mitchell College of Law)
Session: Open Source
Bio: BYRNE, DONNA, M. (F) Prof. of Law Wm. Mitchell. b.1958. BS, 1980, Oregon St.; BA, 1981, Oregon St.; JD, 1990, Temple; MS, 1990, Minnesota. Mng. Ed., Temp. L. Rev. Admitted: PA, 1990; MN, 2000. Assoc., Morgan Lewis & Bockius Phila., 1990-1993; Ass't Prof., Widener, 1993-1996; Assoc. Prof., 1996-1997; Assoc. Prof., Wm. Mitchell, 1997-2001; Prof., Since 2001. Subjects: Estate & Gift Tax; Estates & Trusts; Food Law and Policy (S); Property I & II; Tax Clinic; Tax Policy (S); Taxation, Federal Income.

Professor Bruce E. Cain (Department of Political Science University of California, Berkeley )
Session: Legislation and Law of the Political Process

Guido Calabresi (U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit)
Session: Association of American Law Schools Luncheon
Bio: CALABRESI, GUIDO, Sterling Prof. Emer. & Prof'l Lect. Yale. b.1932. BS, 1953; LLB, 1958, Yale; MA, 1959, Oxford Univ.; JusD, 1990, Univ. of Bologna; LLD, 1992, Princeton Univ.,. Note Ed., Yale L.J. Admitted: CT, 1958. Rhodes Scholar, Oxford Univ., 1953-55. Clerk, Hon. Hugo L. Black U.S. Sup. Ct., 1958-1959; Ass't Prof., Yale, 1959-1961; Assoc. Prof., 1961-1962; Prof., 1962-1970; Vis. Prof., Univ. of Florence, 1969; Vis. Prof., Harvard, 1969-1970; John Thomas Smith Prof., Yale, 1970-1978; Sterling Prof., 1978-1996; Arthur Goodhart Vis. Prof., Cambridge Univ., 1980-1981; Dean, Yale, 1985-1994; Judge, U.S.C.A. 2d Cir., Since 1994; Sterling Prof. Emer. & Prof'l Lect., Yale, Since 1996. Subjects: Constitutional Litigation (S); Legal & Economic Reasoning (S); Taxation, Federal; The Role of Courts in the Age of Statutes; Torts (S); Torts; Tragic Choices. Books & Awards: The Costs of Accidents: A Legal and Economic Analysis, 1970; Tragic Choices (with P. Bobbitt), 1978; A Common Law for The Age of Statutes (Cert. of Merit, ABA, COIF Triennial Award, 1987), 1982; Ideals, Beliefs, Attitudes and the Law, 1985 (Silver Gavel Award, ABA, 1986. Member: British Acad. (Corresponding Fellow).; Accademia Nazionale Dei Lincei (Foreign Mem.); Royal Swedish Acad. of Scis. (Foreign Mem.). Consultantships: Exec. Com., AALS, 1987-90.

Zachary R. Calo (Valparaiso University School of Law)
Session: Law and Religion, Co-Sponsored by Sections on Islamic Law, and Jewish Law*
Bio: CALO, ZACHARY, R. (M) Ass't Prof. Valparaiso. b.1976. History, 1997, The Johns Hopkins Univ.; History, 1997, The Johns Hopkins Univ.; Law, 2005, Univ. of Va.; History, 2007, Univ. of Pennsylvania; Religious Studies, 2011, Univ. of Virginia. Virginia Law Rev. Admitted: MD, 2005; DC, 2006. Associate, Buckley Kolar LLP, Washington, DC, 2005 - 2006. Subjects: Ethical Issues in Law and Business (S); Law in Christianity, Judaism and Islam (S); Property; Secured Transactions; Torture (S).

Alejandro E. Camacho (Notre Dame Law School)
Session: Natural Resources, Co-Sponsored by Section on Environmental Law
Bio: CAMACHO, ALEJANDRO, E. (M) Assoc. Prof. Notre Dame. b.1973. BA, 1995, Cal., Irvine; JD, 1998, Harvard; LLM, 2005, Georgetown. Submissions Ed., Harv. Envtl. L. Rev. Admitted: CA, 1999. Assoc., Latham & Watkins L.A., 1998-2003; Fellow, Georgetown, 2003-2005; Assoc. Prof., Notre Dame, Since 2005. Subjects: Environmental Law; Property; Regulatory Reform and Innovation (S). Member: Phi Beta Kappa; AALS(Chair, Nat'l Resources) 2009-10.

Juliana Campagna (The John Marshall Law School)
Session: Legal Writing, Reasoning and Research and Teaching Methods Joint Program
Bio: CAMPAGNA, JULIANA, V. John Marshall.

Charles G. Cannon (University of California, Los Angeles School of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session II - Public Schools
Bio: CANNON, CHARLES G., ( ) Dir., Dev. U.C.L.A..

Timothy A. Canova (Chapman University Dale E. Fowler School of Law)
Session: Hot Topic Program: The Constitution and the Economy: Accountability and Autonomy in a Time of Financial Market and Regulatory Transformations
Bio: CANOVA, TIMOTHY, A. (M) Assoc. Dean, Acad. Affrs. & Betty Hutton Williams Prof. of Int'l Economic Law Chapman. BA, 1982, Franklin & Marshall Coll.; Juris Doctor, 1988, Georgetown; Grad Legal Studies Dip, 1989, Univ. of Stockholm, Sweden. Lead Arts. Ed., Geo. Imm. L.J. Admitted: NY, 1988; DC, 1990. Vis. Scholar, Swedish Institute, Univ. of Stockholm Fac. of Law, 1988-1989; Vis. Assistant Prof., Univ. of Miami Sch. of Law, 1995-1997; Vis. Assistant Prof., St. Thomas Univ. Sch. of Law, 1997-1998; Prof. of Law, Univ. of New Mexico Sch. of Law, 1998-2002; Vis. Prof., Univ. of Arizona Coll. of Law, 2003-2004; Betty Hutton Williams Professor of International Economic Law, Chapman Univ. Sch. of Law, Since 2004; Assoc. Dean and Prof., Chapman Univ. Sch. of Law, Since 2007. Subjects: Animal Law; Corporations; Financial Institutions; History of Economic Thought; International Business Transactions; International Economic Law; International Trade Law; Law, Economics, and National Security (S); NAFTA Law. Books & Awards: Monologue or Dialogue in Mgt. Decisions: The Duty to Negotiate and the Efficiency of Dialogue, 1990. Consultantships: Legis. Ass't, U.S. Senator Paul E. Tsongas, 1982-85.

Timothy A. Canova (Chapman University Dale E. Fowler School of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: The Criminal Causes of the Economic Recession*
Bio: CANOVA, TIMOTHY, A. (M) Assoc. Dean, Acad. Affrs. & Betty Hutton Williams Prof of Intl. Eco. Law. Chapman. BA, 1982, Franklin & Marshall Coll.; Juris Doctor, 1988, Georgetown; Grad Legal Studies Dip, 1989, Univ. of Stockholm, Sweden. Lead Arts. Ed., Geo. Imm. L.J. Admitted: NY, 1988; DC, 1990. Vis. Scholar, Swedish Institute, Univ. of Stockholm Fac. of Law, 1988-1989; Vis. Assistant Prof., Univ. of Miami Sch. of Law, 1995-1997; Vis. Assistant Prof., St. Thomas Univ. Sch. of Law, 1997-1998; Prof. of Law, Univ. of New Mexico Sch. of Law, 1998-2002; Vis. Prof., Univ. of Arizona Coll. of Law, 2003-2004; Betty Hutton Williams Professor of International Economic Law, Chapman Univ. Sch. of Law, Since 2004; Assoc. Dean and Prof., Chapman Univ. Sch. of Law, Since 2007. Subjects: Animal Law; Corporations; Financial Institutions; History of Economic Thought; International Business Transactions; International Economic Law; International Trade Law; Law, Economics, and National Security (S); NAFTA Law. Books & Awards: Monologue or Dialogue in Mgt. Decisions: The Duty to Negotiate and the Efficiency of Dialogue, 1990. Consultantships: Legis. Ass't, U.S. Senator Paul E. Tsongas, 1982-85.

Mr. Joseph Cao (United States House of Representatives)
Session: Insurance Law

Devon Wayne Carbado (University of California, Los Angeles School of Law)
Session: Presidential Program II - Transformative Teaching and Institution-Building
Bio: CARBADO, DEVON WAYNE, (M) Prof. U.C.L.A. b.1966. BA, 1991, U.C.L.A; JD, 1994, Harvard. Ed.-in-Ch., Harv. Blackletter L.J. Assoc., Latham & Watkins L.A., 1994-1995; Fac. Fellow & Vis. Assoc. Prof., Iowa, 1995; Assoc. Dean, Acad. Affrs. U.C.L.A., 2006-2007. Subjects: Civil Rights; Criminal Justice; Criminal Procedure. Books & Awards: Luckman Dist. Tchg. Award, 2006-, 7; Black Like Us: A Century of Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual African Am. Fiction (with Weise and McBride), 2002; Time on Two Crosses: The Collected Writings of Bayard Rustin (wtih Weise), 2003; Rutler Award for Excellence in Tchg., 2003. Member: Phi Beta Kappa; SALT. Consultantships: Adv'y Com. Mem., UCLA, 2003-07; Com. Mem., UCLA Law Sch., External Appts., 2002-03, 2006-07.

June Rose Carbone (University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: Redefining Regulation in the Post Neoclassical Era*
Bio: CARBONE, JUNE ROSE, (F) Edward A. Smith/Missouri Chair of Law Prof. Mo.-Kan. City. AB, 1975, Princeton; JD, 1978, Yale. Admitted: DC, 1978. Trial Att'y, Dep't of Just. Civil Div. DC, 1978-1983; Ass't Prof., George Mason, 1983-1987; Assoc. Prof., Santa Clara, 1987-1996; Prof., 1996-2007; Assoc. Dean, Fac. Prof'l Dev., 2000-2007; Pres'l Prof. of Ethics & the Common Good, Santa Clara, 2001-2003; Prof., Mo.-Kan. City, Since 2007. Subjects: Assisted Reproduction (S); Biotechnology & Social Justice (S); Family Law; Property. Books & Awards: From Partners to Parents: The 2nd Revolution in Family Law, 2000; Santa Clara Univ. Award for Recent Achievement in Scholarship, 2002; Family Law (with Harris & Teitelbaum), 3d ed., 2005. Member: Phi Beta Kappa. Consultantships: Steering Com., Markkula Cntr. for Applied Ethics, 1993-06; Co-ed., LSN Jour. of Family & Juv. Law, since 1999.

June Rose Carbone (University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Law)
Session: Open Program on Biolaw
Bio: CARBONE, JUNE ROSE, (F) Edward A. Smith/Missouri Chair of Law Prof. Mo.-Kan. City. AB, 1975, Princeton; JD, 1978, Yale. Admitted: DC, 1978. Trial Att'y, Dep't of Just. Civil Div. DC, 1978-1983; Ass't Prof., George Mason, 1983-1987; Assoc. Prof., Santa Clara, 1987-1996; Prof., 1996-2007; Assoc. Dean, Fac. Prof'l Dev., 2000-2007; Pres'l Prof. of Ethics & the Common Good, Santa Clara, 2001-2003; Prof., Mo.-Kan. City, Since 2007. Subjects: Assisted Reproduction (S); Biotechnology & Social Justice (S); Family Law; Property. Books & Awards: From Partners to Parents: The 2nd Revolution in Family Law, 2000; Santa Clara Univ. Award for Recent Achievement in Scholarship, 2002; Family Law (with Harris & Teitelbaum), 3d ed., 2005. Member: Phi Beta Kappa. Consultantships: Steering Com., Markkula Cntr. for Applied Ethics, 1993-06; Co-ed., LSN Jour. of Family & Juv. Law, since 1999.

David S. Caudill (Villanova University School of Law)
Session: Law and Sports*
Bio: CAUDILL, DAVID, S. (M) Prof. & Arthur M. Goldberg Family Chair in Law. Villanova. b.1951. BA, 1973, Mich. St. Univ.; JD, 1981, Houston; PhD, 1989, VRIJE Univ.-Amsterdam. Ed.-in-Ch., Hous. L. Rev. Admitted: TX, 1981; CA, 1982. Grad. Stud., Sci. & Soc. Prog., Va. Tech., 2001.; Res. Affiliate Cand., Washington Psychoanalytic Inst., 1994-95. Clerk, Hon. John R. Brown U.S.C.A. 5th Cir. Houston, 1981-1982; Assoc., Gray Cary Ames & Frye San Diego, 1982-1985; Assoc., Graves Dougherty Hearon & Moody Austin, 1985-1989; Adj. Prof., Univ. of Texas, 1986-1989; Ass't Prof., Wash. & Lee, 1989-1994; Assoc. Prof., 1994-1997; Prof., 1997-2005; Alumni Fac. Fel., 2003-2005; Prof. & Arthur M. Goldberg Chair in Law, Villanova, Since 2005. Subjects: Contracts; Law, Science, Advocacy; Professional Responsibility; Property; Sports & Entertainment Law. Books & Awards: Disclosing Tilt: Law, Belief & Criticism, 1989; Radical Phil. of Law (co-edited with Gold), 1995; Lacan and the Subject of Law, 1997; Property: Cases, Documents and Lawyering Strategies (with Crump & Hricik), 2003; No Magic Wand: The Idealization of Sci. in Law (with LaRue), 2006. 2008, SKAPP grant; 2008, Societe de Chimie Industrielle (Am. Section) Fellow.Member: Soc. for the Sociological Study of Sci.; Assoc. for Study of Law, Culture, Humanities. Consultantships: Ed'l Bd., Law & Critique, since 1996; Exec. Com., Section on Evidence, AALS, since 2007; Chair, Sect. on Law & Sports, AALS, 2009-10.

Lawrence J. Center (Georgetown University Law Center)
Session: Continuing Legal Education, Co-Sponsored by Section for the Law School Dean*
Bio: CENTER, LAWRENCE, J. Ass't. Dean, Acad. Conf. & Cont'g Legal Educ. Georgetown.

Catherine Cerulli (SUNY Buffalo Law School)
Session: Poster Presentation Sponsored by Section on Family and Juvenile Law
Bio: CERULLI, CATHERINE, (F) Clin. Res. Ass't Prof. Buffalo. b.1965. BA, 1987, St. Mary's; JD, 1992, Buffalo; PhD, 2004, Albany. Admitted: NY, 1993. Subjects: Criminal Law; Women and the Law. Books & Awards: NIMH New Investigation., 0; NRSA Post-Doc, 0.

Guy-Uriel E. Charles (Duke University School of Law)
Session: Minority Groups
Bio: CHARLES, GUY-URIEL, E. (M) Prof. of Law, Founding Dir. Duke Law Cntr. on Law, Race, and Politics Duke. b.1970. BA, 1992, Spring Arbor Coll.; JD, 1996, Michigan. Ed.-in-Ch., Mich. J. of Race & L. Admitted: MI, 1998. Clerk, U.S.C.A. 6th Cir. Detroit, 1996-1997; Assoc., Long Baher & Tishkoff LLP Ann Arbor, 1997-2000; Assoc. Prof., Minnesota, 2000-2004; Prof., Since 2004. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Conflicts; Voting Rights (S).

Eric D. Chason (William & Mary Law School)
Session: Employee Benefits
Bio: CHASON, ERIC, (M) Assoc. Prof. Wm. & Mary. b.1970. BA, 1993, Duke; JD, 1996, Univ. of Va. Note Ed., Va. L. Rev. Admitted: VA, 1996; DC, 1999; NC, 2006. Assoc., McGuire Woods Charlottesville VA, 1996-1998; Associate/Partner, Ivins Phillips & Barker, Washington, DC, 1998-2002; Assoc. Prof., Wm. & Mary, Since 2004. Subjects: Corporate Taxation; Employee Benefit Plans; Family Wealth Transactions; Federal Income Taxation; Trusts and Estates.

Elizabeth Cheadle (University of California, Los Angeles School of Law)
Session: Plenary III
Bio: CHEADLE, ELIZABETH, Ass't Dean, Students. U.C.L.A.

Erwin Chemerinsky (University of California, Irvine School of Law)
Session: National Security Law*

Erwin Chemerinsky (University of California, Irvine School of Law)
Erwin Chemerinsky (University of California, Irvine School of Law)
Session: Continuing Legal Education, Co-Sponsored by Section for the Law School Dean*

James Ming Chen (University of Louisville, Louis D. Brandeis School of Law)
Session: Open Source
Bio: CHEN, JIM, (M) Dean & Prof. Louisville. b.1966. MA, 1987, Emory; BA, 1987, Emory; JD, 1991, Harvard. Exec. Ed., Harv. L. Rev. Admitted: VA, 1991; DC, 1993. Grad. Study, . Clerk, Hon. J. Michael Luttig U.S.C.A. 4th Cir. McLean VA, 1991-1992; Clerk, Just. Clarence Thomas U.S. Sup. Ct. DC, 1992-1993; Assoc. Prof., Univ. of Minnesota, 1993-1999; Prof., Univ. of Minnesota, Since 1999; Assoc. Dean, Univ. of Minnesota, Since 2004; Dean, Univ. of Louisville, 2007 - Pres. Subjects: Agricultural Law (S); Constitutional Law; Food & Drug Law; Law & Economics (Industrial Policy) (S); Legislation; Natural Resources; Regulated Industries.

James Ming Chen (University of Louisville, Louis D. Brandeis School of Law)
Session: Deans' Forum on Socio-Economics
Bio: CHEN, JAMES, MING (M) Dean & Prof. Louisville. b.1966. MA, 1987, Emory; BA, 1987, Emory; JD, 1991, Harvard. Exec. Ed., Harv. L. Rev. Admitted: VA, 1991; DC, 1993. Grad. Study, . Clerk, Hon. J. Michael Luttig U.S.C.A. 4th Cir. McLean VA, 1991-1992; Clerk, Just. Clarence Thomas U.S. Sup. Ct. DC, 1992-1993; Assoc. Prof., Univ. of Minnesota, 1993-1999; Prof., Univ. of Minnesota, Since 1999; Assoc. Dean, Univ. of Minnesota, Since 2004; Dean, Univ. of Louisville, 2007 - Pres. Subjects: Agricultural Law (S); Constitutional Law; Food & Drug Law; Law & Economics (Industrial Policy) (S); Legislation; Natural Resources; Regulated Industries.

James Ming Chen (University of Louisville, Louis D. Brandeis School of Law)
Session: Open Program on Biolaw
Bio: CHEN, JIM, (M) Dean & Prof. Louisville. b.1966. MA, 1987, Emory; BA, 1987, Emory; JD, 1991, Harvard. Exec. Ed., Harv. L. Rev. Admitted: VA, 1991; DC, 1993. Grad. Study, . Clerk, Hon. J. Michael Luttig U.S.C.A. 4th Cir. McLean VA, 1991-1992; Clerk, Just. Clarence Thomas U.S. Sup. Ct. DC, 1992-1993; Assoc. Prof., Univ. of Minnesota, 1993-1999; Prof., Univ. of Minnesota, Since 1999; Assoc. Dean, Univ. of Minnesota, Since 2004; Dean, Univ. of Louisville, 2007 - Pres. Subjects: Agricultural Law (S); Constitutional Law; Food & Drug Law; Law & Economics (Industrial Policy) (S); Legislation; Natural Resources; Regulated Industries.

Jaclyn A. Cherry (University of South Carolina School of Law)
Session: Nonprofit and Philanthropy Law*
Bio: CHERRY, JACLYN, A. (F) Ass't Prof. South Carolina. BA, 1981, Seton Hill Univ.; JD, 1988, Duquesne. Fac. Advisor, Duquesne Univ. Sch. of Law Bus. Law Jour. Admitted: PA, 1988; SC, 2008. Att'y, Mistick Sittig & Weiss Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 1988-1990; Jud'l Clerk, Hon. Lee J. Mazur Ct. of Common Pleas Allegheny Cty. Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 1988-1990; Att'y, Lawyers Abstract Co., 1992-1994; Att'y, Self, 1993-1997; Att'y Sr. Compliance Off'r, Mellon Mortgage Co. Mellon Bank N.A. Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 1996-1997; Prof. & Assoc. Dir., Clin. Legal Educ. Duquesne, Since 1997; Legal Counsel, Bethlehem Haven Pittsburgh, 2001-2003; Ass't Prof., Univ. of So. Carolina Sch. of Law, 2008 - Pres. Subjects: Economic and Community Development Law Clinic; Interviewing, Counseling and Negotiation; Nonprofit Organizations; Nonprofit Organizations Law Clinic; Tax Exempt Organizations. Books & Awards: Tax Exempt Organizations: Cases and Materials Teacher's Manual, 2003; Tax Exempt Organizations: Cases and Materials (with Cafardi), 2003; Understanding Nonprofit & Tax Exempt Organizations, 2006; Tax Exempt Organizations: Cases & Materials, 2d ed Teacher's Manual, 2008; Tax Exempt Organizations: Cases and Materials, 2nd edition, 2008. Member: Women's Law Ass'n (Duquesne Univ. Sch. of Law, 2003 Woman of the Year). Consultantships: Bd. Mem., Neighborhood Legal Servs. Ass'n, since 1999; Bd. Pres., Bethlehem Proj., 2002-03.

Miriam Cherry (University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law)
Session: Business Associations*
Bio: CHERRY, MIRIAM, A. (F) Assoc. Prof. McGeorge. b.1974. BA, 1996, Dartmouth Coll.; JD, 1999, Harvard. Exec. Ed., Harv. Women's L.J. Admitted: MA, 1999. Clerk, Sup. Jud'l Ct. of MA Boston, 1999-2000; Clerk, U.S.C.A. 8th Cir. Duluth MN, 2000-2001; Assoc., Foley & Hoag LLP Boston, 2001-2002; Assoc., Berman DeValerio & Pease Boston, 2002-2003; Ass't Prof., Samford, 2003-2006; Assoc. Prof., McGeorge, Since 2006. Subjects: Business Associations; Contracts; Employment Discrimination; Sales.

Robert M. Chesney (The University of Texas School of Law)
Session: National Security Law*
Bio: CHESNEY, ROBERT, M. (M) Charles I. Francis Prof. in Law Univ. of Texas. b.1971. BS, 1994, Texas Christian Univ.; JD, 1997, Harvard. Admitted: TX, 1997; NY, 2000. Clerk, Hon. Lewis A. Kaplan U.S.D.C. S.D. NY NYC, 1997-1998; Clerk, Hon. Robert D. Sack U.S.C.A. 2d Cir. NYC, 1998-1999; Assoc., Davis Polk & Wardwell NYC, 1999-2002; Ass't Prof., Wake Forest, 2002-2005; Assoc. Prof, Wake Forest, 2005 - 2008; Professor, Wake Forest, 2008 - 2009; Professor, Univ. of Texas Sch. of Law, 2009 - Pres. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Constitutional Law; Evidence; Law and Terrorism (S); National Security Law. Books & Awards: Judging National Security (Oxford U. Press), 2010. Consultantships: Consult., Intelligence Sci. Bd., since 2006.

Robert M. Chesney (Wake Forest University School of Law)
Session: Comparative Law, Co-Sponsored by Section on National Security Law
Bio: CHESNEY, ROBERT, M. (M) Assoc. Prof. Wake Forest. b.1971. BS, 1994, Texas Christian Univ.; JD, 1997, Harvard. Admitted: TX, 1997; NY, 2000. Clerk, Hon. Lewis A. Kaplan U.S.D.C. S.D. NY NYC, 1997-1998; Clerk, Hon. Robert D. Sack U.S.C.A. 2d Cir. NYC, 1998-1999; Assoc., Davis Polk & Wardwell NYC, 1999-2002; Ass't Prof., Wake Forest, 2002-2005; Assoc. Prof, Since 2005. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Constitutional Law; Evidence; National Security Law (S). Consultantships: Consult., Intelligence Sci. Bd., since 2006.

Gabriel "Jack" Chin (The University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law)
Session: AALS Committee on Curriculum Issues Program
Bio: CHIN, GABRIEL, "JACK" (M) Chester H. Smith Prof., Prof. of Public Admin. & Policy & Co-Dir., Prog. in Crim. Law and Policy Univ. of Ari. b.1964. BA, 1985, Wesleyan Univ.; JD, 1988, Michigan; LLM, 1995, Yale. Yale L. & Pol'y Rev., Yale L. & Pol'y Rev. Admitted: MA, 1988; NY, 1989; AZ, 2006. Clerk, Hon. Richard P. Matsch U.S.D.C., Denver, 1989; Assoc., Skadden Arps Slate Meagher & Flom , New York and Boston, 1990-1991; Assoc. Appellate Counsel, Legal Aid Soc. of NY Crim. App. Bur. NYC, New York, NY, 1992-1994; Ass't Prof., Western New England, 1995-1998; Assoc. Prof., Cincinnati, 1998-1999; Prof., Cincinnati, 1999-2001; Vis. Prof., New York Univ., 2001; Rufus King Prof., Cincinnati, 2001-2003; Interim Assoc. Dean, Cincinnati, 2002; Prof., Univ. of Ariz., 2003-2004; Dir., Prog. in Crim. Law and Policy, Since 2004; Prof. of Public Admin. & Policy, Sch. of Public Policy Eller Coll. of Mgt. Univ. of Ariz., Since 2004; Chester H. Smith Prof., Univ. of Arizona, Rogers Coll. of Law, Since 2004. Subjects: Appellate Advocacy (S); Criminal Law; Criminal Procedure; Criminal Procedure (S); Immigration Law. Books & Awards: NYC Police Corruption Investigations, 1894-1994, 1997; Affirmative Action and the Const., 1998; Immig. and the Const., 2001. Member: ALI; Am. Soc. for Legal Hist. Consultantships: Rptr., Stands. for Crim. Just., Collateral Sanctions & Discretionary Disqualification, ABA, 2001-04; Rptr., Proj. on Collateral Sanctions & Disqualification, Nat'l Conf. of Comm'rs on Unif. St. Laws, since 2005; Spec. Ass't Att'y Gen., St of AZ, since 2006.

Carol L. Chomsky (University of Minnesota Law School)
Session: Contracts
Bio: CHOMSKY, CAROL, L. (F) Prof. Minnesota. b.1951. ScB, 1973, Brown Univ.; JD, 1979, Georgetown. Note & Comment Ed., Geo. L.J. Admitted: DC, 1981. Clerk, Hon. Spottswood W. Robinson III U.S.C.A. DC Cir., 1979-1980; Assoc. Att'y, Stefanson Landberg & Alm Moorhead MN, 1980-1981; Assoc. Att'y, Sharp Green & Lankford DC, 1981-1985; Assoc. Prof., Minnesota, 1985-2002; Dir., Early Career Tchg. Prog. Pursuing Tchg. Excellence in a Multicultural Univ., 1999-2004; Prof., Since 2002. Subjects: American Legal History (S); Contracts; Judicial Externship; Sales; Teaching & Learning Law (S); Women in Law (S). Books & Awards: Sale of Goods: Reading and Applying the Code (with Kunz), 2d ed., 2004. Member: Am. Soc. for Legal Hist. (Exec. Com., 1997-00); SALT (Bd. of Dirs., since 1995, Co-Pres., 2000-02); ALI. Consultantships: Bd. of Dirs., MN Women Lawyers, 1990-92, Pres., 1993-94; Fed. Adv'y Com., U.S.C.A., 8th Cir., 1997-00.

Leah M. Christensen (Thomas Jefferson School of Law)
Session: Legal Writing, Reasoning and Research and Teaching Methods Joint Program
Bio: CHRISTENSEN, LEAH, M. (F) Assoc. Prof. Thomas Jefferson. b.1970. B.A. in East Asian Civilizations , 1988, Univ. of Chgo.; BA, 1992, Univ. of Chgo.; Juris Doctorate, 1995, Iowa. Ass't Editor, Univ. of Iowa Law Rev. Admitted: IA, 1995; WI, 1995. Jud. Clerk, WI Sup. Ct. Madison, 1995-1996; Sr. Assoc., Corneille Law Grp. LLC Madison WI, 1996-1999; Ass't Legal Counsel, Madison Metropolitan Sch. Dist. WI, 1999-2001; Adj. Fac., Univ. of Wisconsin, 2002-2005; Hearing Examiner, 2002-2005; Ass't Prof., Univ. of St. Thomas Sch. of Law, 2005 - 2008; Assoc. Prof., Thomas Jefferson Sch. of Law, 2008 - Pres; Assoc. Prof., Thomas Jefferson Sch. of Law, 2008 - 2015; Assoc. Prof., Thomas Jefferson Sch. of Law, Since 2005. Subjects: Comparative Negotiations; Education Law; Education Law (S); Evidence; Lawyering Skills; Legal Research & Writing. Books & Awards: Graduated with High Honors, 1995; Fac. Award for Dist. Client Serv., 1995. 2009, Professor of the Year; 2008, Female Professor of the Year; 2008, BLSA Faculty of the Year; 2008, Female Professor of the Year.Member: Educ. Law Ass'n.; Legal Writing Inst. Consultantships: Pres., Bd. of Dirs., Madison Waldorf Initiative, since 2002.

Allison Christians (University of Wisconsin Law School)
Session: Taxation
Bio: CHRISTIANS, ALLISON, Ass't Prof. Wisconsin. JD, 1999, Columbia; LLM, 2003, New York Univ. Subscription Ed., Colum. J.L. & Soc. Probs. Admitted: NY, 2000. Assoc., Debevoise & Plimpton NYC, 1999-2003; Assoc., Wachtell Lipton Rosen & Katz NYC, 2002-2003. Subjects: Federal Income Taxation; International Taxation; Tax Treaties (S).

Laura A. Cisneros (Texas Southern University Thurgood Marshall School of Law)
Session: Constitutional Law
Bio: CISNEROS, LAURA, A. Ass't Prof. Texas Southern. Books & Awards: 2009 AALS Scholarly Paper Award, 2009.

Danielle Keats Citron (University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law)
Session: Women in Legal Education, Co-Sponsored by Section on Defamation and Privacy*
Bio: CITRON, DANIELLE KEATS, (F) Prof. of Law Maryland. b.1968. BA, 1990, Duke; JD, 1994, Fordham. Assoc. Ed., Fordham Int'l L.J. Admitted: NY, 1995. Assoc., Willkie Farr & Gallagher NYC, 1994-1996; Clerk, Hon. Mary Johnson Lowe U.S.D.C. S.D.N.Y. NYC, 1996-1998; Adj. Assoc. Prof., Fordham, 1998 - 2006; Adj. Lect., Maryland, 2002-2004; Vis. Ass't Prof., 2005-2006; Ass't Prof., 2006 - 2007. Subjects: Appellate Advocacy (S); Civil Procedure; Information Privacy Law; Internet Speech (S); Legal Research & Writing (S). Books & Awards: Cum Laude, 1994. 2005, Teacher of the Year.Member: Affiliated Fellow, Yale Information Soc. Proj.; Chairperson, Defamation and Privacy Section, AALS; Adv'y Board, Information Privacy Law SSRN Jour. Consultantships: Chrpsn., Defamation and Privacy Law Section, AALS, 2009-10.

Danielle Keats Citron (University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law)
Session: Defamation and Privacy
Bio: CITRON, DANIELLE KEATS, (F) Prof. of Law Maryland. b.1968. BA, 1990, Duke; JD, 1994, Fordham. Assoc. Ed., Fordham Int'l L.J. Admitted: NY, 1995. Assoc., Willkie Farr & Gallagher NYC, 1994-1996; Clerk, Hon. Mary Johnson Lowe U.S.D.C. S.D.N.Y. NYC, 1996-1998; Adj. Assoc. Prof., Fordham, Since 1998; Adj. Lect., Maryland, 2002-2004; Vis. Ass't Prof., 2005-2006; Ass't Prof., Since 2006. Subjects: Appellate Advocacy (S); Civil Procedure; Information Privacy Law; Legal Research & Writing (S); Pre-Trial Litigation Skills (S). Books & Awards: Cum Laude, 1994. 2005, Teacher of the Year.Member: Order of the Coif.; Chairperson, Defamation and Privacy Section, AALS; Adv'y Board, Information Privacy Law SSRN Jour. Consultantships: Chrpsn., Defamation and Privacy Law Section, AALS, 2009-10.

Bradford R. Clark (The George Washington University Law School)
Session: Federal Courts
Bio: CLARK, BRADFORD, R. William Cranch Res. Prof. Geo. Was. b.1963. BA, 1981, Fla. St.; JD, 1985, Columbia. Arts. & Bk. Rev. Ed., Colum. L. Rev. Admitted: PA, 1988; DC, 1990. Clerk, Hon. Robert H. Bork U.S.C.A. DC Cir., 1985-1986; Att'y/Adv'r, D.O.J. Off. of Leg. Counsel DC, 1986-1988; Clerk, Just. Antonin Scalia U.S. Sup. Ct. DC, 1989-1990; Assoc., Gibson Dunn & Crutcher DC, 1990-1993; Assoc. Prof., Geo. Wash., 1993-2001; Prof., Since 2001. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Constitutional Law; Constitutional Law - Foreign Relations (S); Federal Courts. Books & Awards: Preemption Choice (contributor), 2009. Consultantships: Spec. Master, No. 132, AL v. NC, U.S. Sup. Ct., since 2003; Exec. Com., Sect. on Fed. Cts., AALS, since 2005.

Professor Steven E. Clark (University of California at Riverside)
Session: Criminal Justice*

Ms. Kristen Clarke (NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Inc.)
Session: Civil Rights*

Kevin M. Clermont (Cornell Law School)
Session: AALS Committee on Curriculum Issues Program
Bio: CLERMONT, KEVIN, M. (M) Robert D. Ziff Prof. Cornell. b.1945. AB, 1967, Princeton; JD, 1971, Harvard. Harv. L. Rev. Admitted: MA, 1971; NY, 1974. Fulbright Scholar, Univ. of Nancy, France, 1967-68. Clerk, Hon. M.I. Gurfein U.S.D.C. S.D. NY NYC, 1971-1972; Assoc., Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton NYC, 1972-1974; Ass't Prof., Cornell, 1974-1977; Assoc. Prof., 1977-1980; Prof., 1980-1989; James & Mark Flanagan Prof., Since 1989. Subjects: Civil Procedure; International Litigation. Books & Awards: Civil Procedure: Territorial Juris. and Venue, 1999; Res Judicata: A Hdbk. on Its Theory, Doctrine, and Prac. (with Casad), 2001; Materials for a Basic Course in Civil Proc. (with Field & Kaplan), 9th ed., 2007; Principles of Civil Procedure, 2d ed., 2009. Member: Sigma Xi.; Phi Beta Kappa.

Mathilde Cohen (Columbia University School of Law)
Session: Immigration Law, Co-Sponsored by Section on Administrative Law
Bio: COHEN, MATHILDE, Assoc.-in-Law Columbia.

Ms. Marne Coit (Coit Consulting)
Session: Open Source

David D. Cole (Georgetown University Law Center)
Session: National Security Law*
Bio: COLE, DAVID, D. Prof. Georgetown. b.1958. BA, 1980; JD, 1984, Yale. Admitted: PA, 1985; DC, 1993. Clerk, Hon. Arlin M. Adams U.S.C.A. 3d Cir., 1984-1985; Staff Att'y, Cntr. for Const'l Rts. NYC, 1985-1990; Assoc. Prof., Georgetown, 1990-1994; Prof., Since 1994; Vis. Prof., New York Univ., 1996. Subjects: Constitutional Law; Criminal Procedure; Federal Courts; National Security & Civil Liberty; Race Class & Criminal Justice (S); Speech & Money (S). Books & Awards: No Equal Justice: Race and Class in the Am. Crim. Just. Sys., 1999; Am. Pol. Sci. Award -- Best Bk. on National Public Policy, 2000; Am. Bk. Award, 2003; Enemy Aliens: Double Stands. and Const'l Freedoms in the War on Terrorism, 2003; Less Safe, Less Free: Why America Is Losing the War on Terror, 2007. 2007, Honorary J.D. CUNY Queens School of Law.Consultantships: Bd., Cntr. for Const'l Rts., since 1996, Bd. Mem., DC Prisoners' Legal Servs., Inc., since 1997; Bd. Mem., Police Fdn., since 2000.

Kevin L. Cole (University of San Diego School of Law)
Session: Post-Graduate Legal Education*
Bio: COLE, KEVIN, L. (M) Dean & Prof. San Diego. b.1957. BA, 1979, New Coll.; JD, 1983, Pennsylvania. Exec. Ed. (Res. & Writing), U. Pa. L. Rev. Admitted: PA, 1984. Clerk, Hon. Harry W. Wellford U.S.C.A. 6th Cir. Memphis, 1983-1984; Assoc., Kohn Savett Marion & Graf P.C. Phila., 1984-1985; Instr., Legal Res. & Writing Georgetown, 1985-1987; Ass't Prof., San Diego, 1987-1989; Assoc. Prof., 1989-1991; Prof., Since 1991; Vis. Prof., Georgetown, 1994; Assoc. Dean, San Diego, 2002-2005; Interim Dean, 2005-2006; Dean, Since 2006. Subjects: Criminal Justice System (S); Criminal Law; Criminal Procedure; Evidence; Legal Profession. Books & Awards: Fed. Sentencing Guidelines Hdbk. (with Haines & Woll), 1996. Member: Order of the Coif. Consultantships: Rptr., Nat'l Conf. of Comm'rs on Unif. St. Laws, Civil Forfeiture, 1990-95.

Ruth Colker (The Ohio State University, Michael E. Moritz College of Law)
Session: Disability Law
Bio: COLKER, RUTH, (F) Dist. Univ. Prof. & Heck-Faust Memorial Chair in Const'l Law. Ohio State. b.1956. AB, 1978, Harvard-Radcliffe; JD, 1981, Harvard. Arts. Ed., Harv. Women's L.J. Admitted: WA, 1981. Trial Att'y, U.S. Dep't of Just. DC, 1981-1985; Adj. Prof., Geo. Wash., 1985; Ass't Prof., Tulane, 1985-1986; Assoc. Prof., 1986-1989; Prof., Tulane, 1989-1993; Vis. Prof., Univ. of Toronto 1988, 1990; Prof., Pittsburgh, 1993-1997; Dist. University Professor & Heck-Faust Memorial Chair in Const'l Law, Ohio St., Since 1997. Subjects: Constitutional Law II; Feminist Legal Theory (S); Sex Sexuality & the Law (S); Special Education Advocacy; The Law of Disability/Discrimination. Books & Awards: Abortion & Dialogue: Pro-Choice, Pro-Life, and Am. Law, 1992; Outstanding Bk., Am. Ass'n of Coll. & Univ. Librarians, 1993; Pregnant Men: Practice, Theory and the law, 1994; Hybrid: Bisexuals, Multiracials and Other Misfits Under Am. Law, 1996; Myers Cntr. Award for the Study of Human Rts. in N. Am., 1997; Everyday Law for Individuals with Disabilities, 2005; The Disability Pendulum, 2005; When is Separate Unequal?: A Disability Perspective, 2009; The Law of Disability Discrim., 2009. 2009, Distinguished University Professor; 2003, Distinguished Scholar Award; 2002, Distinguished Diversity Enhancement Award; 2001, Distinguished Lecturer Award.Consultantships: Nat'l Adv'y Coun., ACLU, since 2007; Bd. Mem., LexisNexis Advisory Board, 2010-13.

Richard Collins (The George Washington University Law School)
Session: Plenary Session - Major Gifts: What the Donors Are Telling Us
Bio: COLLINS, RICHARD, Exec. Dir., Law Advmt. Geo. Was.

Jeffrey A. Cooper (Quinnipiac University School of Law)
Session: Trusts and Estates
Bio: COOPER, JEFFREY, A. (M) Assoc. Prof. Quinnipiac Uni. b.1968. BA, 1990, Harvard; JD, 1993, Yale; LLM, 2000, New York Univ. Sr. Editor, Yale J. Int'l Law. Admitted: CT, 1994; MA, 2000; NY, 2000. Assoc., Cummings & Lockwood P.C. , Greenwich CT, 1993-1999; V.P., U.S. Trust Co. of NY, New York, 1999-2001; Principal, Cummings & Lockwood P.C. , Stamford CT, 2002-2007; Assoc. Prof., Quinnipiac, Since 2006. Subjects: Estate and Gift Tax; Estate Planning (S); Estates and Trusts; Property; Tax Policy (S).

Dean Michael Coper (Australian National University College of Law)
Caroline Mala Corbin (University of Miami School of Law)
Session: Law and Religion
Bio: CORBIN, CAROLINE, Assoc. Prof. Miami.

Robert J. Cottrol (The George Washington University Law School)
Session: Legal History*
Bio: COTTROL, ROBERT, J. (M) Harold Paul Green Res. Prof. Geo. Was. b.1949. AB, 1971; PhD, 1978, Yale; JD, 1984, Georgetown. Admitted: PA, 1984; DC, 1985. Ass't Prof., Inst. of Liberal Arts Emory, 1977-1979; Ass't Dean, Coll. of Arts. & Scis. Georgetown, 1979-1982; Lect., Hist., 1979-1984; Ass't Prof., Boston Coll., 1984-1987; Assoc. Prof., 1987-1990; Assoc. Prof., Rutgers Camden, 1990-1992; Prof., 1992-1996; Vis. Prof., Law & Hist. Geo. Wash., 1995-1996; Prof., Law Hist. & Sociology, 1996-1998; Harold Paul Green Res. Prof., Since 1998. Subjects: Civil Rights; Constitutional Law; Criminal Law; Legal History; Torts. Books & Awards: Brown v. Bd. of Education: Caste Culture and the Const. (co-author), 0; The Afro-Yankees: Providence's Black Community in the Antebellum Era, 1982; Choice Outstanding Acad. Bk. Award, 1984; Gun Control and the Const. (Ed.), 1994; From Africa to Yankee: Narratives of Slavery and Freedom in Antebellum New England (Ed.), 1998; Langum Proj. Prize for Historical Literature, 2003. Member: Law & Soc. Assn.; Org. of Am. Historians; Am. Soc. for Legal Hist. (Bd. of Dirs., since 1997). Consultantships: Dist. Chairs Rev. Com., Coun. for Int'l Exchange of Scholars, 1995-97; Consult., Inter-Am. Dev. Bank, 2000-01; Mem., Holmes Devise, since 2002.

Professor Javier Couso (Diego Portales University)
Session: International Cooperation to Create Opportunities for Students*

Robin K. Craig (Florida State University College of Law)
Session: Natural Resources, Co-Sponsored by Section on Environmental Law
Bio: CRAIG, ROBIN, K. (F) Atty's Title Ins. Fund Prof. Fla. State. b.1964. BA, 1985, Pomona Coll.; MA, 1986, Johns Hopkins Univ.; PhD, 1993, Cal., Santa Barbara; JD, 1996, Lewis & Clark. Arts. Ed., Envtl. L. Admitted: OR, 1996. Jud. Clerk, Judge Robert E. Jones U.S.D.C. Portland OR, Portland, OR, 1996-1998; Adj. Prof., Lewis & Clark, 1998; Vis. Asst. Prof., Lewis & Clark, 1998-1999; Ass't Prof., Western New England, 1999-2001; Assoc. Prof., Western New England, 2001-2002; Assoc. Prof., Indiana Univ., 2002-2005; Prof., Indiana Univ., 2005-2006; Atty's Title Ins. Fund Prof., Fla. St., Since 2006. Subjects: Administrative Law; Bioethics (S); Civil Procedure; Clean Water Act (S); Environmental Law; Envtl. Certificate Seminar (S); Envtl. Intersection Land & Sea (S); Florida Water Law; Ocean & Coastal Law (S); Property; Water Law. Books & Awards: Dean's Fellow, 2004-, 5; Envt'l Law in Context with Tchr's Manual, 2d ed., 2008; The Clean Water Act and the Constitution, 2d ed., 2009; Envt'l and Toxic Torts (with Klein, Green, Sanders), 2010. Member: ABA SEER Const'l Law Com.; AALS Envt'l Law Sect. (Board 2009); AALS Natural Resources Law Sect. (Board 2009); AALS Maritime Law Sect. (Chair, 2007; Chair-Elect, 2006; ABA SEER Marine Resources Com. Consultantships: Mem. & SEER Rep., Ocean Policy Wkg. Grp., 2004-07; Chair, Marine Resources Committee, ABA, 2004-07; Com. on the Clean Water Act & the Mississippi River, Nat'l Res. Coun., Nat'l Acad. Scis, 2005-07; Sup. Ct. News Ed., Administrative Law Section, ABA, since 2005; V-Chair, Marine Resources Com., ABA, 2007-09; Chair, Constitutional Environmental Law Committee, ABA, 2007-09; Com. on the Clean Water Act & the Mississippi River: Scientific, Modeling & Tech. Aspects, Nat'l Res. Coun., Nat'l Acad, Scis, 2008-08.

Charles D. Cramton (Cornell Law School)
Session: Graduate Programs for Foreign Lawyers and International Legal Exchange Joint Program*
Bio: CRAMTON, CHARLES, D. (M) Ass't Dean, Grad. Legal Studies. Cornell. b.1955. BA, 1978, Cornell; MA, 1980, Univ. of Va.; JD, 1983, Cornell. Admitted: NY, 1984. Att'y, Harter Secrest & Emery Rochester NY, 1983-1994; Ass't Dean, Cornell, Since 1994. Books & Awards: The New York St. Winery Hdbk., 1989; The Developing Labor Law (Contrib. Ed.), 2d ed. 1988 & supps., 3d ed., 1992. Member: AALS, Sect. on Post-Grad. Educ., Exec. Com., 2007.; AALS (Chair, Sect. on Grad. Progs. for For. Lawyers, AALS, 1999, Exec. Com., 1998, 2000-10, Nom. Com., 2001). Consultantships: Mem., ABA Bus. Law Sect., since 1987; Cont'g Legal Educ. Bd., NY St., 2002-05; Chair, Mem., Com. on Legal Educ. & Adms. to the Bar, NY St. Bar Ass'n, since 2004; Mem., Spec. Com. on the Bar Exam, NYS Bar Assoc., since 2005.

Daniel A. Crane (Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law)
Session: Intellectual Property
Bio: CRANE, DANIEL, A. (M) Assoc. Prof. Yeshiva. b.1970. BA, 1991, Wheaton Coll.; JD, 1996, Univ. of Chgo. Staff Mem., U. Chi. L. Rev. Admitted: FL, 1996; NY, 2000. Clerk, Hon. Kenneth Ryskamp U.S.D.C. S.D. FL West Palm Beach, 1996-1997; Assoc., Morgan Lewis & Bockius Miami, 1997-1999; Assoc., Paul Weiss Rifkind Wharton & Garrison NYC, 1999-2003; Ass't Prof., Yeshiva, 2003-2006; Assoc. Prof., Since 2006. Subjects: Antitrust; Antitrust & Intellectual Property (S); Contracts.

Charles B. Craver (The George Washington University Law School)
Session: Alternative Dispute Resolution, Co-Sponsored by Section on Professional Responsibility
Bio: CRAVER, CHARLES, B. (M) Freda Alverson Prof. Geo. Was. b.1944. BS, 1967, Cornell; M Ind & Lab Rel, 1968, Cornell Univ. Sch. of Ind. & Lab. Rel.; JD, 1971, Michigan. Note & Comment Ed., Mich. L. Rev. Admitted: CA, 1973. Clerk, Judge George E. MacKinnon U.S.C.A. DC Cir., 1971-1972; Priv. Prac., Morrison & Foerster San Fran., 1972-1974; Lect., Cal. Berkeley, 1973-1974; Ass't Prof., Univ. of Florida, 1974-1975; Assoc. Prof., 1975-1976; Vis. Assoc. Prof., Univ. of Va., 1976-1977; Prof., Cal. Davis, 1977-1982; Prof., Illinois, 1982-1986; Prof., Geo. Wash., 1986-1992; Merrifield Res. Prof., 1992-2003; Freda H. Alverson Prof., Since 2003. Subjects: Criminal Law; Employment Discrimination; International Negotiating (S); Labor Law; Legal Negotiating; Public Sector Labor Relations (S). Books & Awards: Emplymt. Discrim. Law (with Smith & Clark), 6th ed., 2006; Legal Negotiating (with Williams), 2007; Effective Legal Negotiation and Settlement, 6th ed., 2009; Emplymt. Law Treatise (with Rothstein, Schroeder & Shoben), 2 vols., 1994, 4th ed., 2009. 1976, Outstanding Professor Award, University of Florida; 1995, Distinguished Faculty Award, George Washington Univ.; 1984, Outstanding Instructor Award, Universtiy of Illinois.Member: ALI; Labor & Emplymt. Rels. Assn.; Order of the Coif. Consultantships: Mem., Nat'l Acad of Arbs.; Mem., ABA, Labor & Emplymt. Law, ADR & Crim. Law Sects., Sec'y, Labor & Emplymt. Law Sect., 1986-87; Ed'l Adv'y Bd., Lexis Nexis Law School Pub., since 2007.

Bridget J. Crawford (Pace University School of Law)
Session: Poster Presentation Sponsored by Section on Taxation
Bio: CRAWFORD, BRIDGET, J. (F) Prof. Pace. b.1969. BA, 1991, Yale; JD, 1996, Pennsylvania. Admitted: NJ, 1996; NY, 1997. Assoc., Milbank Tweed Hadley & McCloy LLP NYC, 1996-2003; Ass't Prof., Pace, 2003-2005; Assoc. Prof., 2005 - 2008; Vis. Assoc. Prof., Pennsylvania, 2006; Assoc. Dean for Research and Faculty Dev., Pace, 2008 - Pres; Professor, Pace, 2008 - Pres. Subjects: Estate and Gift Tax; Estates & Trusts; Taxation, Federal; Women and the Law (S). Books & Awards: Critical Tax Theory (with Infanti), 2009. 2007, Barbara Salken Outstanding Professor; 2007, Goettel Prize for Faculty Scholarship; 2006, Barbara Salken Outstanding Professor.Member: Am. Law Inst.; Law & Soc. Assn.; Am. Coll. of Trust & Estate Counsel.

Bridget J. Crawford (Pace University School of Law)
Session: Trusts and Estates
Bio: CRAWFORD, BRIDGET, J. (F) Prof. Pace. b.1969. BA, 1991, Yale; JD, 1996, Pennsylvania. Admitted: NJ, 1996; NY, 1997. Assoc., Milbank Tweed Hadley & McCloy LLP NYC, 1996-2003; Ass't Prof., Pace, 2003-2005; Assoc. Prof., 2005 - 2008; Vis. Assoc. Prof., Pennsylvania, 2006; Assoc. Dean for Research and Faculty Dev., Pace, 2008 - Pres; Professor, Pace, 2008 - Pres. Subjects: Estate and Gift Tax; Estates & Trusts; Taxation, Federal; Women and the Law (S). Books & Awards: Critical Tax Theory (with Infanti), 2009. 2007, Barbara Salken Outstanding Professor; 2007, Goettel Prize for Faculty Scholarship; 2006, Barbara Salken Outstanding Professor.Member: Am. Law Inst.; Law & Soc. Assn.; Am. Coll. of Trust & Estate Counsel.

Kareem U. Crayton (University of Southern California Gould School of Law)
Session: Civil Rights*
Bio: CRAYTON, KAREEM, U. (M) Assoc. Prof. of Law & Po Sci. Southern Ca. b.1974. AB, 1995, Harvard Coll.; JD, 2002, Stanford; PhD, 2002, Stanford. Admitted: MD, 2003. Clerk, U.S.C.A. D.C. Cir. DC, 2002-2003; For. Law Clerk, Const'l Ct. of So. Africa Johannesburg, 2003; Fellow/Instr.-in-Law, Vanderbilt, 2004-2005; Ass't Prof., Southern Cal., Since 2005. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Comparative Constitutional Law (S); Election Law/Voting Rights; Law & Politics. Books & Awards: NSF Grad. Fellowship, 0; Lane Family Res. Fellowship., 0. Member: Am. Pol. Sci. Assn.

Peter Cronin (Cornell Law School)
Session: Plenary Session - Development: What the Fund Raising Experts Are Telling Us
Bio: CRONIN, PETER, Assoc. Dean, Alumni Affrs. & Dev. Cornell. BA, 1984, Wash & Lee.

Mary A. Crossley (University of Pittsburgh School of Law)
Session: for the Law School Dean - Workshop for Deans-only
Bio: CROSSLEY, MARY, A. (F) Dean & Prof. Pittsburgh. b.1961. BA, 1984, Univ. of Va.; JD, 1987, Vanderbilt. Ed.-in-Ch., Vand. L. Rev. Admitted: TN, 1987; CT, 1989; CA, 1990. Jud. Clerk, Hon. Harry W. Wellford U.S.C.A. 6th Cir. Memphis, 1987-1988; Assoc., Wiggin & Dana New Haven CT, 1988-1989; Assoc., Shartsis Friese & Ginsburg San Fran., 1990-1991; Ass't Prof., Cal. Hastings, 1991-1994; Assoc. Prof., 1994-1997; Prof., 1997-2000; Assoc. Acad. Dean, 1998-2000; Vis. Prof., Fla. St., 2000-2001; Prof., 2001-2005; Dean & Prof., Pittsburgh, Since 2005. Subjects: Bioethics (S); Contracts; Family Law; Health Care & Civil Rights (S); Health Care Law; Torts. Member: Order of the Coif; Phi Beta Kappa; Am. Soc. of Law, Med. & Ethics.

Mary A. Crossley (University of Pittsburgh School of Law)
Session: for the Law School Dean - Workshop for Deans-only
Bio: CROSSLEY, MARY, A. (F) Dean & Prof. Pittsburgh. b.1961. BA, 1984, Univ. of Va.; JD, 1987, Vanderbilt. Ed.-in-Ch., Vand. L. Rev. Admitted: TN, 1987; CT, 1989; CA, 1990. Jud. Clerk, Hon. Harry W. Wellford U.S.C.A. 6th Cir. Memphis, 1987-1988; Assoc., Wiggin & Dana New Haven CT, 1988-1989; Assoc., Shartsis Friese & Ginsburg San Fran., 1990-1991; Ass't Prof., Cal. Hastings, 1991-1994; Assoc. Prof., 1994-1997; Prof., 1997-2000; Assoc. Acad. Dean, 1998-2000; Vis. Prof., Fla. St., 2000-2001; Prof., 2001-2005; Dean & Prof., Pittsburgh, Since 2005. Subjects: Bioethics (S); Contracts; Family Law; Health Care & Civil Rights (S); Health Care Law; Torts. Member: Order of the Coif; Phi Beta Kappa; Am. Soc. of Law, Med. & Ethics.

John G. Culhane (Widener University School of Law)
Session: Family and Juvenile Law, Co-Sponsored by Sections on Children and the Law, Poverty Law, Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Issues, Women in Legal Education*
Bio: CULHANE, JOHN, G. (M) Prof. & Dir., Health Law Instit. (Delaware) Widener. b.1956. BA, 1978, Wm. & Mary; JD, 1982, Fordham. Assoc. Ed., Fordham L. Rev. Admitted: NY, 1984. Clerk, Hon. Joseph M. McLaughlin E.D.N.Y. Bklyn., 1982-1983; Assoc., Cahill Gordon & Reindel NYC, 1983-1986; Bigelow Tchg. Fel., Lect. & Instr. Univ. of Chgo., 1986-1987; Ass't Prof., Delaware, 1987-1991; Assoc. Prof., Widener, 1991-1996; Assoc. Dir., Grad. Progs., 1996-1997; Prof., Since 1996; Dir., Grad. Educ. & Int'l Progs., 1997-1999; Vis. Prof., Southern Methodist, 1998. Subjects: Contemporary Tort Theory (S); Corporations; Family Law; HIV/AIDS & the Law (S); Public Health Law; Torts.

André Douglas Pond Cummings (West Virginia University College of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: Socio-Economics and the Critical Schools
Bio: CUMMINGS, ANDRÉ, DOUGLAS POND* (M) Prof. W. Va. Uni. BS, 1994, Brigham Young; JD, 1997, Howard. Lead Arts. Ed., How. L.J. Admitted: UT, 1998; IL, 2000. Clerk, Assoc. Ch. Just. Christine M. Durham UT Sup. Ct. Salt Lake City, 1997-1998; Clerk, Hon. Joseph W. Hatchett U.S.C.A. 11th Cir. Tallahassee, 1998-1999; Assoc., Kirkland & Ellis Chgo., 1999-2002; Vis. Ass't Prof., Syracuse, 2002-2003; Assoc. Prof., West Virginia Univ., 2003 - 2008; Prof. of Law, West Virginia Univ., 2008 - Pres; Vis. Prof., Univ. of Utah, 2009; Vis. Prof., Univ. of Iowa, 2010. Subjects: Business Organizations; Civil Procedure; Entertainment Law; Securities Regulation; Sports Law. Books & Awards: Reversing Field: Examining Commercialization, Labor, Gender and Race in 21st Century Sports Law (with Anne Marie Lofaso), 2010. 2006, Professor of the Year, University; 2008, Professor of the Year, College of Law.Consultantships: Member, Bd. of Trustees, West Virginia College Savings Board, since 2009. visiting, University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law, Fall 2009; visiting, University of Iowa College of Law, Spring 2010.

Joe Custer (University of Kansas School of Law)
Session: Law Libraries
Bio: CUSTER, JOE, Kansas.

Ms. Regina Cyrus (Saint Charles District Attorney's Office)
Session: Part-Time Division Programs

Judith F. Daar (Whittier Law School)
Session: Concurrent Session: Redefining Regulation in the Post Neoclassical Era*
Bio: DAAR, JUDITH, F. (F) Prof. & Clin. Prof of Med. & Assoc. Dean, Acad. Affrs. Whittier. b.1959. BA, 1981, Michigan; JD, 1984, Georgetown. Assoc. Editor, The Tax Lawyer. Admitted: CA, 1984. Assoc., Gibson Dinn & Crutcher DC & L.A., 1984-1987; Lect., U.C.L.A., 1987-1990; Ass't Prof., Whittier, 1990-1992; Assoc. Prof., 1992-1995; Prof., Since 1995. Subjects: Health Law; Law Medicine & Health Care (S); Legal Method; Property Law; Reproductive Technologies & Law (S); Reproductive Technologies and the Law (S); Wills & Trusts. Books & Awards: Reproductive Technologies and the Law, 2006. Member: Phi Beta Kappa; Am. Soc. of Law & Med. (President 2009- ); Am. Soc. Reproductive Med. Consultantships: Chair, Reproductive Issues Subcom., L.A. Cty. Bar Ass'n, since 1988; At-Large Mem., Coord'g Grp. on Bioethics, ABA, 1992-95; Human Subject Com., Harbor-UCLA, 1999-02; Community Mem., UCI Medical Ethics Committee, since 2003.

Susan S. Daicoff (Florida Coastal School of Law)
Session: Balance in Legal Education
Bio: DAICOFF, SUSAN, S. (F) Prof. Fla. Coastal. b.1962. BA, 1980; JD, 1983, Univ. of Florida; LLM, 1985, New York Univ; MS, 1992, Univ. of Central Florida. Grad. Ed., Tax L. Rev.; Tax Ed., U. Fla. L. Rev. Admitted: FL, 1984. Att'y, Arky Freed Stearns Watson Greer Weaver & Harris Orlando, 1985; Att'y, Smith Mackinnon Mathews Harris & Christiansen P.A. Orlando, 1985-1988; Mental Health Therapist, Various Agencies & Priv. Prac. Orlando, 1991-1993; Att'y, Barnett Bolt Kirkwood & Long P.A. Tampa, 1993-1994; Ass't Prof., Capital, 1995-1998; Assoc. Prof., 1998-2000; Assoc. Prof., Fla. Coastal, 2000-2003; Prof., Since 2003. Subjects: Comprehensive Law Practice; Contracts; Law & Psychiatry (S); Law & Social Sciences (S); Professional Responsibility; Taxation, Federal. Books & Awards: Tax Prac. Series (CH. 2960 Expenses Related to Tax-Exempt Income), 1989; Tax Prac. Series (CH. 2330 Interest Expense), 1989; Lawyer, Know Thyself: A Psychological Analysis of Personality Strengths and Weaknesses, 2004. Member: Phi Beta Kappa; Pi Mu Epsilon (Pres., Univ. of Florida Chap., 1979-80).; Order of the Coif. Consultantships: Cntr. Fel., Int'l Cntr. for Healing & the Law, 2003-06.

Peter G. Danchin (University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law)
Session: Law and Religion, Co-Sponsored by Sections on Islamic Law, and Jewish Law*
Bio: DANCHIN, PETER, G. Ass't Prof. Maryland.

Gilda Daniels (University of Baltimore School of Law)
Session: Civil Rights*
Bio: DANIELS, GILDA, Ass't Prof. Baltimore.

Okianer Christian Dark (Howard University School of Law)
Session: Women in Legal Education
Bio: DARK, OKIANER CHRISTIAN, (F) Prof. & Assoc. Dean Howard. b.1954. BA Magna Cum Laude, 1976, Upsala Coll.; JD, 1979, Rutgers, Newark. Admitted: NJ, 1979; PA, 1979. Trial Att'y, Antitrust Div. U.S. Dep't of Just. DC, 1979-1984; Trial Att'y, Civil Div. DC, 1983-1984; Ass't Prof., Richmond, 1984-1987; Assoc. Prof., 1987-1990; Prof., 1990-1997; Ass't U.S. Att'y, Off. of U.S. Att'y Dist. of OR Portland, 1995-2001; Prof., Howard, Since 2001; Assoc. Dean, Since 2005. Subjects: Antitrust; Gender & Law (S); Health Law (S); Products Liability; Torts. Books & Awards: Univ. of Richmond Dist. Educ'r Award, 1990,, 1993; Warren Rosmarin Prof. of Law Excellence Award in Tchg. & Serv., 2005. Consultantships: Chair, Montgomery Cty. Comm. on Health, 2005-07; Member, Adv'y Bd. of Montgomery Cty. Primary Care Prog., Montgomery County, 2009-11.

Mr. John Darley (Princeton University )
Session: Criminal Justice

Mark Robert Dauber (Arizona State University Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law)
Session: Alternative Dispute Resolution, Co-Sponsored by Section on Professional Responsibility
Bio: DAUBER, MARK, ROBERT (M) Clin. Prof. Ariz. State. b.1955. AB, 1977, Cal., Berkeley; JD, 1983, Ariz. St. Ariz. St. L.J. Admitted: AZ, 1983. Att'y, Winston & Strawn Phoenix, 1983-1989; Vis. Prof., Ariz. St., 1990-1997; Dir., Med. Clin., 1996-1997; Assoc. Clin. Prof., 1997-1999; Clin. Prof., Since 1999. Subjects: Alternative Dispute Resolution; Civil Procedure; Clinical Teaching; Trial Advocacy. Member: AZ Dispute Resolu. Ass'n (Bd. Mem., 1994-97). Consultantships: Chair, Subcom. on Stands. for Ct.-Connected ADR., AZ Jud. Coun., 1993-96; Chair, Credentials Com., ADRA., 1995-97; Mem., ADR Adv'y Com., AZ Sup. Ct., 1999-03.

Kenneth G. Dau-Schmidt (Indiana University Maurer School of Law)
Session: Law and Interpretation
Bio: DAU-SCHMIDT, KENNETH, G. Willard & Margaret Carr Prof. of Labor & Emplymt. Law. Ind., Maurer. BA, 1978, Wisconsin; JD, 1981, Michigan; MA, 1981; PhD, 1984, Michigan. Admitted: WI, 1982; MN, 1984; OH, 1988; IN, 1996. Humphrey & Sharfman Fellow, Michigan, 1978-82. Counsel to Labor Com., MN House of Reps. St. Paul, 1982-1985; Assoc., Previant Goldberg & Uelmen Milwaukee, 1985-1986; Ass't Prof., Cincinnati, 1986-1989; Assoc. Prof., 1989-1991; Prof., 1991-1992; Vis. Prof., Ind. Bloomington, 1991-1992; Prof., Since 1992; Prof., Wisconsin, 1994-1997. Subjects: Antitrust; Employee Benefit Plans; Employment Law; Labor Law; Law & Economics (S); Poverty Law. Books & Awards: Law and Economics Anthology (with Ulen), 1998; Labor and Employed Law: Cases and Materials (with Rabin, Silverstein & Schatzki), 3d ed, 2002; Legal Protection of Indiv. Employees (with Finkin, Goldman & Summers), 3d ed., 2002; Legal Rts. & Interests in the Workplace (with Summers & Hyde), 2006; Labor and Emplymt. Law and Economics (with Harris and Lobel), 2009; Labor Law in the Contemporary Workplace (with Malin, Corrada, Cameron and Fisk), 2009. 1984, Parker Award for Best Paper in Labor Economics (UM Econ); 2004, IRRA Excellence in Education Award; 2003, Leon H. Wallace Teaching Award (Maurer School of Law); 1978, Ely Award for Academic Achievement (UW Econ); 2003, Sylvia Bowman Award for Teaching Excellence (Indiana University) ; 1978, Davis Award for Work in Constitutional Law (UW Pol Sci); 1990, AALS Scholarly Paper Award; 1997, Leonard D. Fromm Public Interest Award .Member: ABA Sec on Labor and Empl Law (Secr. 2008-Present); Labor Law Grp. (Exec. Com., since 2000, Treas., 2000-05, Chair since 2005).; Am. Law & Econ. Ass'n; LSAC Grants Coun. (2007-Present); Law & Soc. Ass'n. Consultantships: Exec. Com., AAUP, 1994-96, Nat'l Coun., 1993-96, Nat'l Litig. Com., 1994-02.

Camille Davidson (Charlotte School of Law)
Session: Poster Presentation Sponsored by Section on Law, Medicine and Health Care
Bio: DAVIDSON, CAMILLE, (F) Ass't Prof. Charlotte. Admitted: VA, 1993; NC, 2001; DC, 2001. Subjects: Civil Procedure II; Health Law; Wills, Trusts and Estates. Member: ASLME; SALT.

Caroline Davidson (Willamette University College of Law)
Session: International Human Rights
Bio: DAVIDSON, CAROLINE, Ass't Prof. Willamette.

Mr. Paul Davidson (Journal of Post Keynesian Economics)
Session: Concurrent Session: Efficiency, Distribution, and Growth*

Mr. Paul Davidson (Journal of Post Keynesian Economics)
Session: Open Roundtable: The Socio-Economic Road to Economic Recovery*

Stephanie Davidson (University of Illinois College of Law)
Session: Law Libraries
Bio: DAVIDSON, STEPHANIE, Illinois.

A. K. Dayton (William Mitchell College of Law)
Session: Aging and the Law, Co-Sponsored by Section on Disability Law*
Bio: DAYTON, A., K. (F) Prof. & Dir., Cntr. for Elder Just. & Policy Wm. Mitchell. b.1958. BA, 1980, Kansas; JD, 1983, Michigan. Arts. Ed., U. Mich. J.L. Ref. Admitted: VA, 1984; DC, 1986. Clerk, Hon. James M. Sprouse U.S.C.A. 4th Cir. Lewisburg WV, 1983-1984; Assoc., Shea & Gardner DC, 1984-1986; Assoc. Prof., Kansas, 1986-1991; Prof., 1991-2004; Vis. Prof., DePaul, 1992; Vis. Prof., Wm. Mitchell, 2005-2006; Prof., Since 2006. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Criminal Procedure; Elder Law; Health Law. Books & Awards: Elder Law: Statutes and Regulations (with Gallanis & Wood), 2000; Elder Law: Readings and Materials (with Gallanis & Wood), 2000; Advising the Elderly Client (with Mezullo & Wood), 2d ed., 2003. Member: Phi Beta Kappa; Am. Jud. Soc.; Nat'l Acad. of Elder Law Attys. Consultantships: Rptr., Civil Just. Reform Act Adv'y Grp., D. KS, 1991-99; Rptr., Civil Just. Reform Act Adv'y Grp., E.D. VA, 1991-98; MAGEC Fel., Cntr. on Aging, Univ. of Minnesota, since 2004.

Connie M.V. de la Vega (University of San Francisco School of Law)
Session: International Human Rights
Bio: DE LA VEGA, CONNIE, M. (F) Prof. & Acad. Dir., Int'l Progs. San Francisco. BA, 1975, Scripps Coll.; JD, 1978, Cal., Berkeley. Assoc. Editor, Indus'l Rels. L. J. Admitted: CA, 1979. Mem., Cont. Educ. of the Bar Berkeley, 1979; Staff Att'y, Legal Aid Soc. of Alameda Cty. Hayward CA, 1979-1982; Mng. Att'y, Oakland, 1982-1989; Student Coord'r & Staff Att'y, 1988-1989; Staff Att'y, East Palo Alto Community Law Proj. CA, 1989-1990; Ass't Clin. Prof., San Francisco, 1990-1992; Ass't Prof., 1992-1994; Prof., Since 1994; Acad. Dir., Int'l Progs., Since 2005. Subjects: International Human Rights Law; International Human Rights Law Clinic; The American Legal System. Books & Awards: Int'l Human Rts. Law: An Introduction (with David Weissbrodt), 2007. Consultantships: Bd. of Dirs., Human Rts. Advocates (int'l org. with counsult. status @ U.N.), since 1978; Adv'y Bd. Mem., Human Rights Institute at Columbia University, since 2008.

Jacques de Lisle (University of Pennsylvania Law School)
Session: Comparative Law, Co-Sponsored by Section on National Security Law
Bio: DE LISLE, JACQUES, (M) Stephen A. Cozen Prof. Pennsylvania. b.1961. AB, 1982, Princeto; JD, 1990, Harvard. Arts. Ed., Harv. Int'l L.J. Admitted: MA, 1991. Ph.D. Cand., . Clerk, Judge Stephen Breyer U.S.C.A. Boston, 1991-1992; Att'y-Adv'r, Off. of Legal Counsel U.S. Dep't of Just. DC, 1992-1994; Ass't Prof., Pennsylvania, 1994-1999; Prof., Since 1999. Subjects: China & International Law (S); Comparative Law: China; Law & Economic Reform in Contemporary China (S); Public International Law; Torts.

Andriel M. Dees (William Mitchell College of Law)
Session: Plenary II
Bio: DEES, ANDRIEL, M. (F) Assoc. Dean, Multicultural Affrs. Wm. Mitchell. b.1969. BA, 1991, Hampton Univ.; JD, 1995, Wm. Mitchell. Admitted: MN, 1996. Emplymt. Claims Att'y, League of MN Cities St. Paul, 1995-1998; Employee Rels. Att'y, US Bank Mpls., 1998-2002; Mng. Att'y, Off. of the Monitor St. Paul MN, 2002-2004; Assoc. Dean, Multicultural Affrs. Wm. Mitchell, Since 2005. Subjects: Race & the Law (S). Consultantships: Bd. Mem., MN Priv. Detective & Protective Agent Servs. Bd., 1997-02; Bd. Mem., MN Ass'n of Black Lawyers, 2002-05.

Camille deJorna (American Bar Association Section on Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar)
Session: AALS Site Evaluators Workshop

Louis F. Del Duca (Pennsylvania State University The Dickinson School of Law)
Session: Comparative Law, Co-Sponsored by Sections on Africa, International Legal Exchange, Post-Graduate Legal Education, and Women in Legal Education
Bio: DEL DUCA, LOUIS, F. (M) Edward N. Polisher Dist. Fac. Scholar & Prof. Penn State-Dickinson. b.1926. BA, 1950, Temple Univ.; JD, 1952, Harvard; Dott di Giur, 1954, Univ. of Rome, Italy. Admitted: PA, 1955. Fulbright-Hays Researcher, Unidroit, Rome, Italy, 1979. Assoc., Montgomery McCracken Walker & Rhoads Phila., 1955-1956; Instr. in Pol. Sci., Temple, 1955-1956; Ass't Prof., Dickinson, 1956-1958; Prof., Since 1958; Dir. of Adms., 1964-1985; Vis. Prof., Int'l Trade Law Temple spring 1979, 1980; Dir., Dickinson Sum'r Prog. Abroad Italy, 1981; Dir., Strasbourg France & Vienna Austria, 1985; Assoc. Dean, Dickinson, 1985-2006; Vis. Lect., Univ. of Vienna Austria, 1991; Vis. Lect., Univ. of Turin Italy, 1991; Vis. Lect., Univ. of Toulouse France, 1992; Dir., Cntr. for Int'l Comp. Law Penn. State-Dickinson, Since 2001. Subjects: Agency; Commercial Law (S); Comparative Law; Comparative Law Seminar (S); Creditors' Rights; European Union Law; International Organizations (S); Introduction to Law; Jurisprudence (S); Legislation (S); Legislative Clinic; Multinational Commercial Law; Sales. Books & Awards: Comp. Analysis Am. Bar Ass'n Stands. for Crim. Just. with Pennsylvania Law, Rules and Legal Prac. (Rptr. & Proj. Dir.), 1974-, 76; Commercial Transactions-Sales Under the Unif. Commercial Code and the Convention on Int'l Sale of Goods (with Guttman, Squillante, Miller, Rusch & Winship), 1997-, 98; Commercial Bus. and Trade Laws of Italy, 1983; Commercial Transactions-Secured Transactions Under the Unif. Commercial Code and Internationl Commerce (with Guttman, Henning, Miller & Winship), 2002. Member: Int'l Acad. of Commercial & Consumer Law; Am. Coll. of Commercial Fin. Lawyers.; Scribes. Consultantships: Hon. Fel., Soc. for Adv'd Legal Studies, Univ. of London.; Mem. & Pres., Int'l Acad. of Comp. Law; Adv'y Com. on Int'l Trade Law, U.S. Sec'y of St., since 1976.

Joseph W. Dellapenna (Villanova University School of Law)
Session: Admiralty and Maritime Law, Co-Sponsored by Sections on Conflict of Laws, Constitutional Law, Federal Courts
Bio: DELLAPENNA, JOSEPH, W. Prof. Villanova. b.1942. BBA, 1965, Michigan; JD, 1968, Mich. St.; LLM, 1969, Geo. Wash.; LLM, 1975, Columbia. Admitted: MI, 1968. Instr., Acctg. Detroit Inst. of Tech., 1966-1968; Tchg. Fel., Geo. Wash., 1968-1969; Instr., 1969-1970; Ass't Prof., Willamette, 1970-1973; Assoc. Prof., 1973-1974; Assoc. Prof., Univ. of Cincinnati, 1974-1976; Assoc. Prof., Villanova, 1976-1977; Prof., Since 1977; Fulbright-Hays Sr. Lect., Nat'l Chengchi Univ. P.R.C., 1978-1979; Fulbright-Hays Sr. Lect., Jilin Univ. P.R.C., 1987-1988; Vis. Prof., Ohio St., 1989; Fulbright-Hays Sr. Researcher, Ministry of Plng. Rep. of Portugal, 1990; Adj. Prof., Univ. of So. Australia, 2008; Vis. Prof., Univ. of Macau, 2009. Subjects: Admiralty; Comparative Law; Conflict of Laws; Contracts; Environmental Law; Water Rights. Books & Awards: Water in the Middle East: Conflict or Cooperation? (co-author), 1984; Abortion and the Constitution: Reversing Roe v. Wade Through the Courts (co-author), 1987; Waters and Water Rts. (co-author), 1991, 2d ed., 2000; Suing Foreign Governments and Their Corporations in U.S. Courts, 1988, 2d ed., 2002; Dispelling the Myths of Abortion Hist., 2006; The Evolution of the Law and Politics of Water (editor & co-author), 2009. 2008, Wallenberg Medal.Member: Int'l Law Ass'n (Rapporteur, Berlin Rules on Water Resources); ALI; Phi Kappa Phi.; ASIL. Consultantships: Of Counsel, De Gennaro & Corman, 1971-75; Consult. to Exec. Yuan, Rep. of China, 1979-81; Consult., Middle East Res. Inst. & Ass'n for Middle East Res., Univ. of Penn., 1983-99; Director, Model Water Code Proj., American Society of Civil Engineers, since 1995.

Deborah A. DeMott (Duke University School of Law)
Session: Agency, Partnership, LLC's , and Unincorporated Associations
Bio: DE MOTT, DEBORAH, A. (F) David F. Cavers Prof. Duke. b.1948. BA, 1970, Swarthmore Coll.; JD, 1973, New York Univ. Arts. & Bk. Rev. Ed., N.Y.U. L. Rev. Admitted: NY, 1974. Clerk, Hon. Arnold Bauman U.S.D.J. S.D.N.Y., 1973-1974; Assoc., Simpson Thacher & Bartlett NYC, 1974-1975; Ass't Prof., Duke, 1975-1978; Vis. Ass't Prof., Univ. of Texas, 1977-1978; Assoc. Prof., Duke, 1978-1980; Prof., Since 1980; Fulbright Sr. Scholar, Sydney & Monash Univs. Australia, 1986; Vis. Prof., Cal. Hastings, 1986; Vis. Prof., Osgoode Hall L.S. Canada, 1991; Vis. Huber C. Hurst Eminent Scholar, Univ. of Florida, 1996; Frances N. Lewis Scholar-in-Res., Wash. & Lee, 1998; Vis. Fel., New Zealand Legal Res. Fdn. Auchland, 1999; Cent'l Vis. Prof. (P/T), London Sch. of Econ., 2000-2002. Subjects: Agency & Partnership (S); Contracts; Corporate Finance; Corporations (S); Corporations. Books & Awards: Corporations at the Crossroads: Governance and Reform (Ed.), 1980; Shareholder Derivative Actions, 1987; Fiduciary Obligation, Agency and Partnership: Duties in Ongoing Bus. Relationships, 1991. Member: ALI. Consultantships: Rptr., Restmt. (3d) of Agency, ALI.; Selection Com., COIF 1990 Triennium Bk. Award, 1987-89; Comm'r, NC Gen. Statutes Comm., 1989-98.

Carolyn L. Dessin (University of Akron, C. Blake McDowell Law Center)
Session: Poster Presentation Sponsored by Section on Aging and the Law
Bio: DESSIN, CAROLYN, L. (F) Assoc. Prof. Akron. b.1957. BM Ed, 1978, Temple; MM, 1980, Westminster Choir Coll.; JD, 1987, Villanova. Ed-in-Ch., Vill. L. Rev. Admitted: PA, 1987. Clerk, Hon. Collins J. Seitz U.S.C.A. 3d Cir. Wilmington DE, 1987-1988; Assoc., Morgan Lewis & Bockius Phila., 1988-1991; Ass't Prof., Widener, 1991-1993; Assoc. Prof., 1994-1997; Vis. Assoc. Prof., Idaho, 1997-1999; Assoc. Prof., Akron, Since 1999. Subjects: Contracts; Elder Law (S); Estate & Gift Taxation; Estate Planning; Federal Income Tax. Member: COIF.

Neal E. Devins (William & Mary Law School)
Session: Legislation and Law of the Political Process
Bio: DEVINS, NEAL, E. (M) Ernest W. Goodrich Prof., Prof. of Gov't & Dir., Inst. of Bill of Rts. Law. Wm. & Mary. b.1957. AB, 1978, Georgetown; JD, 1982, Vanderbilt. Admitted: TN, 1983; DC, 1987. Res. Assoc., Vanderbilt Inst. for Public Policy Studies, 1982-1984; Ass't Gen. Counsel, U.S. Comm. on Civ. Rts. DC, 1984-1987; Ass't Prof., Wm. & Mary, 1987-1990; Assoc. Prof., 1990-1993; Prof., Since 1993; Dir., Inst. of Bill of Rts. Law, Since 2004. Subjects: Administrative Law; Constitutional Law; Education Law; Family Law. Books & Awards: Public Values, Priv. Schools (Ed. & Contrib.), 1989; Fed. Abortion Politics (with W. Watson), 1995; Shaping Const'l Values: The Sup. Court, Elected Gov't and the Abortion Dispute, 1996; Pol. Dynamics of Const'l Law (with L. Fisher), 4th ed., 2006. Consultantships: Ed., Const'l Conflicts Bk. Series, Duke Univ. Press, since 1994.

Mr. Richard P. DiCarlo (Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center)
Session: Continuing Legal Education, Co-Sponsored by Section for the Law School Dean*

Robert D. Dinerstein (American University, Washington College of Law)
Session: Law and Mental Disability
Bio: DINERSTEIN, ROBERT, D. (M) Prof.& Dir. Clinic. Prgm. American. b.1953. AB, 1974, Cornell Univ.; JD, 1977, Yale. Admitted: NY, 1978; DC, 1983; MD, 1984. Trial Att'y, Dep't of Just. Civil Rts. Div. DC, 1977-1982; Clin. Lect., American, 1983-1988; Assoc. Prof., 1988-1990; Dir., Clin. Progs., 1988-1996; Prof., Since 1990; Assoc. Dean, Acad. Affrs., 1997-2004. Subjects: Civil Rights (S); Clinical Teaching (S); Disability Law (S); Employment Law (Disability) (S); Law & Psychiatry (S); Legal Profession. Books & Awards: Report on the Chilean Electoral Process (with Penn, Vazquez & Weidenfeld), 1987; Chap. XXII, Rts. of Institutionalized Persons with Disabilities in Lost Opportunities: The Civil Rts. Record of the Bush Administration Mid-Term, Report of the Citizens' Comm. on Civil Rts. (S. Liss & W. Taylor eds.), 1991; Chap. 14, Rts. of Institutionalized Persons with Disabilities, in New Opportunities: Civil Rts. at a Crossroads, Citizens' Comm. on Civil Rts. (S. Liss & W. Taylor eds.), 1993; A Guide to Consent (with Herr & O'Sullivan), 1999. Member: Phi Beta Kappa; SALT (Bd. of Gov'rs, 2001-2006); ; AALS (Chair, Sect. on CLE, 1992, Chair, Com. on CLE, 1996-98, Mbrshp. Rev. Com., 2000-02); ABF (Fellow). Consultantships: Mem., Pres. Com. on Mental Retardation, 1994-01; Bd. of Gov'rs, DC Bar, 2002-05; Mem., ABA Council of the Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar, since 2006.

Professor Antony W. Dnes (Hull University Business School)
Session: Law and Economics*

Grace M. Dodier (Northwestern University School of Law)
Session: Legal Writing, Reasoning and Research and Teaching Methods Joint Program
Bio: DODIER, GRACE, M. (F) Clin. Ass't Prof., Communication & Legal Reasoning Prog. Northwestern. b.1959. AB, 1982, Barnard Coll.; JD, 1987, Harvard. Arts. Ed., Harv. Women's L.J. Admitted: CT, 1987; IL, 1995. Staff Att'y, CT Women's Educ'l & Legal Fund, 1987-1988; Ass't Att'y Gen., Off. of Att'y Gen. St. of CT, 1988-1993; Legal Writing Instr., Northwestern, 1993-2001; Sr. Lect., 1999-2001; Clin. Ass't Prof., Communication & Legal Reasoning Prog., Since 2001. Subjects: Communication and Legal Reasoning; Common Law Reasoning.

Rebecca Dresser (Washington University in St. Louis School of Law)
Session: Aging and the Law, Co-Sponsored by Section on Disability Law*
Bio: DRESSER, REBECCA, (F) Daniel Noyes Kirby Prof. & Prof. of Ethics in Med. Wash., St. Louis. b.1952. BA, 1973; MS, 1975, Ind., Bloomington; JD, 1979, Harvard. Admitted: WI, 1979. Postdoc. Fel., Dep't of Psy. Sch. of Med. Wisconsin, 1979-1981; Clerk, Hon. James Doyle W.D. WI Madison, 1980-1982; Bigelow Tchg. Fel., Univ. of Chgo., 1982-1983; Ass't Prof., Cntr. for Ethics Med. & Public Issues Baylor Coll. of Med. Houston, 1983-1988; Assoc. Prof. of Law & Cntr. for Biomed. Ethics, Med. Sch. Case Western Res., 1988-1991; Prof. of Law & Cntr. for Biomed. Ethics, Med. Sch., 1991-1998; Fellow, Prog. in Ethics & the Professions Harvard, 1992-1993; John Deaver Drinko-Baker & Hostetler Prof., Case Western Res., 1996-1998; Prof. of Law & Prof., Sch. of Med. Wash. St. Louis, Since 1998. Subjects: Law & Medicine (S); Law & Medicine; Substantive Criminal Law. Books & Awards: The Human Use of Animals: Case Studies in Ethical Choice (with Orlans, Beauchamp, Morton & Gluck), 1998; When Sci. Offers Salvation: Patient Advocacy and Res. Ethics, 2001; Bioethics and Law: Cases, Materials and Problems (with Shapiro, Spece & Clayton), 2d ed., 2003. Member: Phi Beta Kappa; Hastings Cntr. (Fellow, since 1993). Consultantships: Legal Consult., Bioethics Com., Am. Acad. of Pediatrics, 1987-94; Ethics Com., Am. Soc. for Reproductive Med., 1997-02; Mem., Pres.'s Coun. on Bioethics, 2002-05.

Professor Stacy Drury, M.D. (Tulane University)
Session: Health Care*

Professor Stacy Drury, M.D. (Tulane University)
Session: Children and the Law*

Ms. Bernadette D'Souza (Southeast Louisiana Legal Services Corporation)
Session: Poverty Law

Sarah H. Duggin (The Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: The Relationship of Faith and Law: The Example of Corporate Law
Bio: DUGGIN, SARAH, H. (F) Professor Cath. Uni. AB, 1976, Smith Coll.; JD, 1979, Pennsylvania. Arts. Ed., U. Pa. L. Rev. Admitted: PA, 1980; DC, 1981. Part., Williams & Connolly DC, 1981-1993; Ch. Counsel, Univ. of Pennsylvania Health Sys. Phila., 1994-1996; Gen. Counsel, Children's Nat'l Med. Cntr. DC, 1996-1997; Gen. Counsel, Amtrak DC, 1997-1999; Instr., Lawyering Skills Prog. Cath. Univ., 2000-2001; Vis. Assoc. Prof., 2001-2002; Ass't Prof., 2002-2006; Assoc. Prof., Since 2006. Subjects: Civil Rights (S); Corporations (Business Associations); Health Law (S). Member: Order of the Coif; Phi Beta Kappa.

W. Cole Durham, Jr. (Brigham Young University, J. Reuben Clark Law School)
Session: Law and Religion, Co-Sponsored by Sections on Islamic Law, and Jewish Law*
Bio: DURHAM, W., COLE, JR. (M) Susa Young Gates Prof. & Dir., Int'l Cntr. for Law and Religious Studies. Brigham Young. b.1948. AB, 1972; JD, 1975, Harvard. Note Ed., Harv. L. Rev.; Mng. Ed., Harv. Int'l L.J. Admitted: UT, 1975. Max Rheinstein Fellow, Frankfurt, W. Germany, 1979-80. Clerk, Judge Robert A. Ainsworth U.S.C.A. 5th Cir. New Orl., 1975-1976; Ass't Prof., Brigham Young, 1976-1979; Assoc. Prof., 1979-1983; Prof., 1983-2000; Guest Prof., Johann Gutenberg Univ. Mainz W. Germany, 1986; Recurring Vis. Prof., Legal Studies Dep't Central European Univ. Budapest Hungary, Since 1994; Dir., Int'l Cntr. for Law & Religious Studies, Since 2000; Univ. Prof., Brigham Young, Since 2000. Subjects: Comparative Law; Constitutional Law (S); Criminal Law; International Law; International Organizations (S); Jurisprudence; Legal History. Books & Awards: Religious Liberty in Western Thought (with Reynolds)., 0; Theodor Viehweg's Topics and Law (trans.), 1993. Member: ASIL; Int'l Acad. of Comp. Law; Am. Soc. Comp. Law. Consultantships: Scholars Adv'y Bd., Cntr. for Church/St. Studies, De Paul Univ. Coll. of Law, since 1982; Bd. of Dirs., Int'l Acad. for Freedom of Religion & Belief, since 1991; Bd. of Dirs., Int'l Cntr. for Not-for-Profit Law, since 1993.

Steven J. Eagle (George Mason University School of Law)
Session: Real Estate Transactions, Co-Sponsored by Section on Property Law
Bio: EAGLE, STEVEN, J. Prof. George Mason. BBA, 1965, CCNY; LLB, 1970, Yale. Admitted: OH, 1976. Res. Ass't, Yale, 1970; Ass't Prof., Toledo, 1970-1973; Assoc. Prof., 1973-1979; Prof., 1979-1987; Assoc. Dean, George Mason, 1987-1989; Prof., Since 1987. Subjects: Constitutional Law (S); Land Use Plan (S); Property; Real Estate Transactions. Books & Awards: Ohio Mental Health Law, 1986, 2d ed., 1990; Regulatory Takings, 3d ed., 2005. Member: ALI.; Am. Law & Econ. Ass'n.

Angelique Townsend EagleWoman (University of Idaho College of Law)
Session: Indian Nations and Indigenous Peoples*
Bio: EAGLEWOMAN, ANGELIQUE, A. (F) Assoc. Prof. of Law Idaho. BA, 1993, Stanford; JD, 1998, North Dakota; LLM, 2004, Tulsa. N.D.L. Rev., ; Assoc. editor, Univ. of North Dakota Law Rev. Admitted: SD, 1998; ND, 1998; DC, 1999; OK, 2005. Assoc. Att'y, Sonosky Chambers Sachse & Endreson DC, 1998-1999; Assoc. Att'y, Hobbs Straus Dean & Walker Okla. City, 2002; Gen. Counsel, Sisseton-Wahpeton Oyate Agency Village SD 2001, 2002-2003; Assoc. Att'y, Legal Advocates for Indian Country Owasso OK, 2004-2005; Tribal Public Defender, Ponca Tribe White Eagle OK, 2005-2006; Tribal Public Defender, Kaw Nation Kaw City OK, 2005-2006; Ass't Prof., Hamline, Since 2006; Vis. Assistant Prof., Univ. of Kansas, 2007 - 2008. Subjects: Contracts I & II; Federal Indian Law; Law and Procedure; Native American Natural Resources Law (S); Tribal Nation Economics (S). Books & Awards: 2008, Crystal Eagle Award for Service to Indigenous Communities.Member: 2009 Chair - AALS Sect. on Indian Nations & Indigenous Peoples. Consultantships: Bd. Mem., Nat'l Native Am. Bar Ass'n, 2001-05; Bd. Mem., MN Am. Indian Bar Ass'n, 2006-08; Governing Coun. Mem., Northwest Indian Bar Association, 2008-09.

Maxine S. Eichner (University of North Carolina School of Law)
Session: Family and Juvenile Law, Co-Sponsored by Sections on Children and the Law, Poverty Law, Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Issues, Women in Legal Education*
Bio: EICHNER, MAXINE, S. (F) Prof. Univ. of No. Ca. b.1962. MA, 1997; BA, 1984; JD, 1988, Yale; PhD, 2006, Univ. of No. Car. Arts. Ed., Yale L. Rev. Admitted: DC, 1988; NC, 1991. Doctoral Cand., Pol. Sci., Univ. of No. Car., since 1995. Clerk, Hon. Louis Oberdorfer DC, 1989-1990; Clerk, Hon. Betty Fletcher U.S.C.A. 9th Cir., 1990-1991; Att'y, Patterson Harkavy & Lawrence Raleigh, 1991-1995; Fellow, Miller Cntr. for Public Affrs. Univ. of Va., 2001-2002; Assoc. Prof., Univ. of No. Car., Since 2002. Subjects: Family Law; Legal Theory (S); Sex Equality (S); Torts. Member: Am. Pol. Sci. Assn.

Mr. Talal Y. Eid (Islamic Institute of Boston)
Session: Islamic Law*

Professor Niva Elkin-Koren (University of Haifa, Israel Faculty of Law)
Session: Intellectual Property

Valeria Elliott (University of Denver Sturm College of Law)
Session: Graduate Programs for Foreign Lawyers and International Legal Exchange Joint Program*
Bio: ELLIOTT, VALERIA, Lect. & Dir., Latin Am. Initiatives Denver.

Dorsey D. Ellis, Jr. (Washington University in St. Louis School of Law)
Session: Post-Graduate Legal Education*
Bio: ELLIS, DORSEY, D., JR. (M) William R. Orthwein Dist. Prof. Emer. & Dean Emer. Wash., St. Louis. b.1938. AB, 1960, Maryville Coll. (TN); JD, 1963, Univ. of Chgo.; LLD, 1998, Maryville Coll. (TN). Admitted: NY, 1967; IA, 1976. Assoc., Cravath Swaine & Moore NYC, 1963-1968; Assoc. Prof., Iowa, 1968-1971; Prof., 1971-1987; Spec. Ass't to Pres., 1974; Ass't Dean, Fac., 1974-1975; Vis. Prof., Emory, 1981-1982; V.P., Fin. & Univ. Servs. Iowa, 1984-1987; Dean & Prof., Wash. St. Louis, 1987-1998; Vis. Sr. Res. Fel., Jesus Coll. Oxford Univ. England, 1998; Vis. Res. Prof., Victoria Univ. Wellington NZ, 1999; William R. Orthwein Dist. Prof., Wash. St. Louis, Since 2000. Subjects: Antitrust; International & Comparative Competition Law (S); International Environmental Law & Policy (S); Products Liability; Regulated Industries; Torts. Member: Pi Kappa Delta; Pi Gamma Mu; COIF. Consultantships: Consult., Nat'l Comm. on Causes & Preven. of Violence, since 1969; Consult., FTC, 1982-86.

Dean Bruce P. Elman (University of Windsor )
Session: North American Cooperation

Ms. Abigail English (Center for Adolescent Health & the Law)
Session: Health Care*

Ms. Abigail English (Center for Adolescent Health & the Law)
Session: Children and the Law*

JoAnne A. Epps (Temple University, James E. Beasley School of Law)
Session: Small Group Discussion - for the Law School Dean
Bio: EPPS, JOANNE, A. (F) Dean & Prof. Temple. b.1951. BA, 1973, Trinity Coll.; JD, 1976, Yale. Admitted: CA, 1976; DC, 1982; PA, 1991. Dep. City Att'y, L.A. City Atty's Off., Los Angeles, CA, 1976-1980; Ass't U.S. Att'y, U.S. Atty's Off. Phila., Phila. PA, 1980-1985; Vis. Ass't Prof., Temple Law Sch., 1985-1987; Ass't Prof., Temple Law Sch., 1987-1989; Assoc. Dean, Temple Law Sch., 1989 - 2008; Assoc. Prof., Temple Law Sch., 1989-1995; Prof., Temple Law Sch., Since 1995; Dean, Temple Law Sch., 2008 - Pres. Subjects: Criminal Law; Criminal Procedure; Evidence; Trial Advocacy (S). Books & Awards: The Winning Argument (with Waicukaluski & Sandler), 2002. Member: ALI. Consultantships: Bd. Pres., Defender Ass'n of Phila., 1999-07.

JoAnne A. Epps (Temple University, James E. Beasley School of Law)
Session: Continuing Legal Education, Co-Sponsored by Section for the Law School Dean*
Bio: EPPS, JOANNE, A. (F) Dean & Prof. Temple. b.1951. BA, 1973, Trinity Coll.; JD, 1976, Yale. Admitted: PA, 1991; CA, 1976; DC, 1982. Dep. City Att'y, L.A. City Atty's Off., Los Angeles, CA, 1976-1980; Ass't U.S. Att'y, U.S. Atty's Off. Phila., Phila. PA, 1980-1985; Vis. Ass't Prof., Temple Law Sch., 1985-1987; Ass't Prof., Temple Law Sch., 1987-1989; Assoc. Dean, Temple Law Sch., 1989 - 2008; Assoc. Prof., Temple Law Sch., 1989-1995; Prof., Temple Law Sch., Since 1995; Dean, Temple Law Sch., 2008 - Pres. Subjects: Criminal Law; Criminal Procedure; Evidence; Trial Advocacy (S). Books & Awards: The Winning Argument (with Waicukaluski & Sandler), 2002. Member: ALI. Consultantships: Bd. Pres., Defender Ass'n of Phila., 1999-07.

Lee Epstein (Northwestern University School of Law)
Session: AALS Executive Committee Program
Bio: EPSTEIN, LEE, (F) Henry Wade Rogers Prof. Northwestern. b.1958. BA, 1980; MA, 1982; PhD, 1983, Emory. Subjects: Constitutional Law; Criminal Procedure; Federal Courts - Supreme Court; Law & Social Science. Books & Awards: The Sup. Ct. Comprehension (with Segal, et al.), 1996; The Choices Justices Make (with Knight), 1998; Pritchett Award for Best Bk. on Law and Courts, 1998; Const'l Law for a Changing America (with Walker), 2000. Member: Midwest Pol. Sci. Ass'n (Pres., 2002-03).; Am. Pol. Sci. Ass'n (Chair, Law & Cts. Sect., 1999-00); Law & Soc. Ass'n (Assoc. Ed. of Law & Soc. Rev., 1998-01). Consultantships: Ed'l Bd., Social Sci. Qtrly., since 1994; Bd. of Dirs., Am. Judicature Soc., since 1998; Ed'l Bd., Am. J. Pol. Sci., since 2002.

Richard A. Epstein (The University of Chicago, The Law School)
Session: Torts and Compensation Systems
Bio: EPSTEIN, RICHARD, A. (M) James Parker Hall Dist. Serv. Prof. of Law and Director, Law and Economics Prog. Univ. of Chicago. b.1943. AB, 1964, Columbia; BA, 1966, Oxford; LLB, 1968, Yale; LLD, 2003, Univ. of Ghent. Yale L.J. Admitted: CA, 1969. Ass't Prof., Southern Cal., 1968-1970; Assoc. Prof., 1970-1973; Vis. Assoc. Prof., Univ. of Chgo., 1972-1973; Prof., 1973-1982; James Parker Hall Prof., 1982-1988; James Parker Hall Dist. Serv. Prof., Since 1988; Interim Dean, Univ. of Chgo., 2001; Peter & Kirsten Sr. Fel., Hoover Inst. Stanford CA, Since 2003; Fac. Dir., Since 2006. Subjects: Business Associations (Corporations); Civil Procedure; Communications; Constitutional Law; Contracts; Labor Law; Land Use Planning; Patents (Intellectual Property); Property; Torts. Books & Awards: Principles for a Free Society: Reconciling Indiv. Liberty and The Common Good, 1998; Torts, 1999; Skepticism & Freedom: A Modern Case for Classical Liberalism, 2003; Cases and Materials on Torts, 8th ed., 2004. Member: Am. Ass'n of Arts & Scis. (1985, Nom'g Com., 1994-97); COIF. Consultantships: Ed., Jour. of Legal Studies, 1981-91; Ed., Jour. of Law & Econ., 1991-01.

Richard A. Epstein (The University of Chicago, The Law School)
Session: Law, Medicine and Health Care, Co-Sponsored by Section on Constitutional Law*
Bio: EPSTEIN, RICHARD, A. (M) James Parker Hall Dist. Serv. Prof. of Law and Director, Law and Economics Prog. Univ. of Chicago. b.1943. AB, 1964, Columbia; BA, 1966, Oxford; LLB, 1968, Yale; LLD, 2003, Univ. of Ghent. Yale L.J. Admitted: CA, 1969. Ass't Prof., Southern Cal., 1968-1970; Assoc. Prof., 1970-1973; Vis. Assoc. Prof., Univ. of Chgo., 1972-1973; Prof., 1973-1982; James Parker Hall Prof., 1982-1988; James Parker Hall Dist. Serv. Prof., Since 1988; Interim Dean, Univ. of Chgo., 2001; Peter & Kirsten Sr. Fel., Hoover Inst. Stanford CA, Since 2003; Fac. Dir., Since 2006. Subjects: Business Associations (Corporations); Civil Procedure; Communications; Constitutional Law; Contracts; Labor Law; Land Use Planning; Patents (Intellectual Property); Property; Torts. Books & Awards: Principles for a Free Society: Reconciling Indiv. Liberty and The Common Good, 1998; Torts, 1999; Skepticism & Freedom: A Modern Case for Classical Liberalism, 2003; Cases and Materials on Torts, 8th ed., 2004. Member: Am. Ass'n of Arts & Scis. (1985, Nom'g Com., 1994-97); COIF. Consultantships: Ed., Jour. of Legal Studies, 1981-91; Ed., Jour. of Law & Econ., 1991-01.

Richard A. Epstein (The University of Chicago, The Law School)
Session: Hot Topic Program: The Constitution and the Economy: Accountability and Autonomy in a Time of Financial Market and Regulatory Transformations
Bio: EPSTEIN, RICHARD, A. (M) James Parker Hall Dist. Serv. Prof. of Law and Director, Law and Economics Prog. Univ. of Chicago. b.1943. AB, 1964, Columbia; BA, 1966, Oxford; LLB, 1968, Yale; LLD, 2003, Univ. of Ghent. Yale L.J. Admitted: CA, 1969. Ass't Prof., Southern Cal., 1968-1970; Assoc. Prof., 1970-1973; Vis. Assoc. Prof., Univ. of Chgo., 1972-1973; Prof., 1973-1982; James Parker Hall Prof., 1982-1988; James Parker Hall Dist. Serv. Prof., Since 1988; Interim Dean, Univ. of Chgo., 2001; Peter & Kirsten Sr. Fel., Hoover Inst. Stanford CA, Since 2003; Fac. Dir., Since 2006. Subjects: Business Associations (Corporations); Civil Procedure; Communications; Constitutional Law; Contracts; Labor Law; Land Use Planning; Patents (Intellectual Property); Property; Torts. Books & Awards: Principles for a Free Society: Reconciling Indiv. Liberty and The Common Good, 1998; Torts, 1999; Skepticism & Freedom: A Modern Case for Classical Liberalism, 2003; Cases and Materials on Torts, 8th ed., 2004. Member: Am. Ass'n of Arts & Scis. (1985, Nom'g Com., 1994-97); COIF. Consultantships: Ed., Jour. of Legal Studies, 1981-91; Ed., Jour. of Law & Econ., 1991-01.

Richard A. Epstein (The University of Chicago, The Law School)
Session: Presidential Program I - Transformative Scholarship*
Bio: EPSTEIN, RICHARD, A. (M) James Parker Hall Dist. Serv. Prof. Univ. of Chicago. b.1943. AB, 1964, Columbia; BA, 1966, Oxford; LLB, 1968, Yale; LLD, 2003, Univ. of Ghent. Yale L.J. Admitted: CA, 1969. Ass't Prof., Southern Cal., 1968-1970; Assoc. Prof., 1970-1973; Vis. Assoc. Prof., Univ. of Chgo., 1972-1973; Prof., 1973-1982; James Parker Hall Prof., 1982-1988; James Parker Hall Dist. Serv. Prof., Since 1988; Interim Dean, Univ. of Chgo., 2001; Peter & Kirsten Sr. Fel., Hoover Inst. Stanford CA, Since 2003; Fac. Dir., Since 2006. Subjects: Business Associations (Corporations); Civil Procedure; Communications; Constitutional Law; Contracts; Labor Law; Land Use Planning; Patents (Intellectual Property); Property; Torts. Books & Awards: Principles for a Free Society: Reconciling Indiv. Liberty and The Common Good, 1998; Torts, 1999; Skepticism & Freedom: A Modern Case for Classical Liberalism, 2003; Cases and Materials on Torts, 8th ed., 2004. Member: Am. Ass'n of Arts & Scis. (1985, Nom'g Com., 1994-97); COIF. Consultantships: Ed., Jour. of Legal Studies, 1981-91; Ed., Jour. of Law & Econ., 1991-01.

Martha M. Ertman (University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: Redefining Regulation in the Post Neoclassical Era*
Bio: ERTMAN, MARTHA, M. (F) Prof. Maryland. b.1963. BA, 1985, Wellesley Coll.; JD, 1990, Northwestern. Admitted: WA, 1990; CO, 1991. Jud. Clerk, Hon. Peter H Beer U.S.D.C. E.D. LA, 1990-1991; Assoc., Davis Wright Tremaine Seattle, 1992-1994; Vis. Ass't Prof., Denver, 1994-1995; Ass't Prof., 1995-2000; Vis. Prof., Michigan, 1999-2000; Vis. Prof., Connecticut, 2000; Assoc. Prof., Denver, 2000-2002; Vis. Prof., Oregon, 2002; Prof., Utah, 2002-2007; Vis. Prof., George Washington Univ., 2006-2007; Prof., Maryland, Since 2007. Subjects: Commercial Transactions; Contracts; Payments; Sales. Books & Awards: Rethinking Commodification: Cases and Readings in Law & Culture (with J. Williams), 2005. Member: ALI.

Martha M. Ertman (University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law)
Session: Contracts
Bio: ERTMAN, MARTHA, M. (F) Prof. Maryland. b.1963. BA, 1985, Wellesley Coll.; JD, 1990, Northwestern. Admitted: WA, 1990; CO, 1991. Jud. Clerk, Hon. Peter H Beer U.S.D.C. E.D. LA, 1990-1991; Assoc., Davis Wright Tremaine Seattle, 1992-1994; Vis. Ass't Prof., Denver, 1994-1995; Ass't Prof., 1995-2000; Vis. Prof., Michigan, 1999-2000; Vis. Prof., Connecticut, 2000; Assoc. Prof., Denver, 2000-2002; Vis. Prof., Oregon, 2002; Prof., Utah, 2002-2007; Vis. Prof., George Washington Univ., 2006-2007; Prof., Maryland, Since 2007. Subjects: Commercial Transactions; Contracts; Payments; Sales. Books & Awards: Rethinking Commodification: Cases and Readings in Law & Culture (with J. Williams), 2005. Member: ALI.

William Eskridge (Yale Law School)
Session: Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Issues
Bio: ESKRIDGE, WILLIAM NICHOL, , JR. (M) John A. Garver Prof. of Jurisp. Yale. b.1951. BA, 1973, Davidson Coll.; MA, 1974, Harvard; JD, 1978, Yale. Note & Topics Ed., Yale L.J. Admitted: DC, 1979. Clerk, Hon. Edward Weinfeld NYC, 1978-1979; Att'y, Shea & Gardner DC, 1979-1982; Ass't Prof., Univ. of Va., 1982-1987; Vis. Assoc. Prof., Georgetown, 1987-1988; Assoc. Prof., 1988-1990; Prof., 1990-1998; John A. Garver Prof. of Jurisp., Yale, Since 1998; Dep. Dean, 2001-2002. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Constitutional Law; Legislation; Sexuality, Gender & Law. Books & Awards: A Dance Along the Precipice: The Pol. and Economic Dimensions of the Int'l Debt Problem (Ed. & Contrib'r), 1985; Hart and Sacks - The Legal Process (ed. with P.P. Frickey), 1994; Statutes and the Creation of Public Policy (with P. P. Frickey), 1987, 2d ed., 1994; Dynamic Statutory Interpretation, 1994. Member: Phi Eta Sigma.; Phi Beta Kappa; Omicron Delta Kappa. Consultantships: Mem., Am. Acad. of Soc. Scis.

Dean Malcolm Evans (Bristol University School of Law)
Session: Law and Religion, Co-Sponsored by Sections on Islamic Law, and Jewish Law*

David Fagundes (Southwestern Law School)
Session: Property Law
Bio: FAGUNDES, DAVID, (M) Assoc. Prof. Southwestern. b.1973. AB, 1996, Harvard Coll.; JD, 2001, Harvard. Articles Editor, Harv. L. Rev. Admitted: CA, 2003. U.S.C.A. for the D.C. Cir. (Tatel, J.) D.C., 2001-2002; Assoc., Jenner & Block D.C., 2002-2005; Bigelow Fellow & Lect., Univ. of Chgo., 2005-2007; Assoc. Prof., Southwestern, Since 2007. Subjects: Copyright; Property.

Diane L. Fahey (New York Law School)
Session: Post-Graduate Legal Education*
Bio: FAHEY, DIANE, L. (F) Assoc. Prof. New York L.. BA, 1979, Cleve. St.; JD, 1983, Cleve.-Marshall; LLM, 2000, Georgetown. Admitted: OH, 1983. Assoc., Andrews & Ryan Solon OH, 1983-1991; Ass't Gen. Counsel, The Hannan Co. Beachwood OH, 1991-1995; Labor Rels. Adv'r/H.R., City of Mentor OH, 1995-1999; Att'y/Adv'r, U.S. Tax Ct. DC, 2000-2002; Vis. Ass't Prof., Vermont, 2003-2006; Assoc. Prof., New York L.S., Since 2006. Subjects: Administrative Law; Business Income Tax; Civil Procedure; Sales; Taxation of Business Entities; Taxation, Federal.

Lisa M. Fairfax (University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law)
Session: Business Associations*
Bio: FAIRFAX, LISA, M. (F) Prof. Maryland. b.1970. AB, 1992, Radcliffe Coll.; JD, 1995, Harvard. Harv. Women's L.J. Admitted: MA, 1995; DC, 1998. Assoc., Ropes & Gray Boston & DC, 1995-2000; Ass't Prof., Maryland, 2000-2004; Assoc. Prof., 2004-2006; Prof., Since 2006. Subjects: Contracts; Corporations; Securities Regulation. Consultantships: Adv'y Com., Balt. Cir. City Bus./Tech. Case Mgt. Prog., 2000-01; Curric. Dev. Com., MD Bus./Tech. Case Mgt. Prog., since 2001; Implementation Com., MD St. Bus./Tech. Prog., since 2001.

Lisa M. Fairfax (University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law)
Session: Remedies*
Bio: FAIRFAX, LISA, M. (F) Prof. Maryland. b.1970. AB, 1992, Radcliffe Coll.; JD, 1995, Harvard. Harv. Women's L.J. Admitted: MA, 1995; DC, 1998. Assoc., Ropes & Gray Boston & DC, 1995-2000; Ass't Prof., Maryland, 2000-2004; Assoc. Prof., 2004-2006; Prof., Since 2006. Subjects: Contracts; Corporations; Securities Regulation. Consultantships: Adv'y Com., Balt. Cir. City Bus./Tech. Case Mgt. Prog., 2000-01; Curric. Dev. Com., MD Bus./Tech. Case Mgt. Prog., since 2001; Implementation Com., MD St. Bus./Tech. Prog., since 2001.

Jill E. Family (Widener University School of Law)
Session: Immigration Law, Co-Sponsored by Section on Administrative Law
Bio: FAMILY, JILL, E. (F) Assoc. Prof. (Harrisburg). Widener. BA, 1995, Pennsylvania; MS, 1999, Rutgers Univ.; JD, 2000, Rutgers, Camden. Arts. Ed., Rutgers L.J. Admitted: PA, 2000; NJ, 2000. Clerk, Hon. Stephen M. Orlofsky U.S.D.J. , Camden NJ, 2000-2001; Assoc. Att'y, Dechert LLP , Philadelphia, PA, 2001-2003; Clerk, Hon. Morton I. Greenberg U.S.C.A. , Trenton NJ, 2004-2005; Assoc. Prof., Widener Univ. Sch. of Law, Since 2005. Subjects: Administrative Law; Civil Procedure; Immigration Law.

Nita Farahany (Vanderbilt University Law School)
Session: Criminal Justice
Bio: FARAHANY, NITA, (F) Ass't Prof. Vanderbilt. Genetics, Cell & Developmental Biology, 1998, Dartmouth Coll.; Philosophy, 2004, Duke; Juris Doctorate, 2004, Duke; Phil. (Law and Phil. of Biology), 2006, Duke; ALM with concentration in Biology, 2007, Harvard Univ. Lead Arts. Ed., Law & Contemp. Probs. Admitted: NY, 2005. Clerk, Hon. Judith Rogers U.S.C.A. DC Cir. DC, 2004-2005; Fellow, Vanderbilt, 2005-2006; Ass't Prof., Since 2006; Ass't Prof. (of Philosophy by Courtesy), Vanderbilt Univ., Nashville, TN, 2007 - Pres. Subjects: Constitutional Law of Crime and Punishment; Criminal Law; Law and Science (S); Philosophy of Law (S); Responsibility Liability & Punishment (S); Torts. Member: SEAL; Behavioral Genetics Assn.; Order of the Coif.

Daniel A. Farber (University of California, Berkeley School of Law)
Session: Natural Resources, Co-Sponsored by Section on Environmental Law
Bio: FARBER, DANIEL, A. (M) Sato Sho Prof. & Dir., Envtl. Law Prog. Cal., Berkeley. b.1950. BA, 1971; MA, 1972; JD, 1975, Illinois. Ed.-in-Ch., U. Ill. L. Rev. Admitted: IL, 1975; DC, 1977. Clerk, Judge Philip W. Tone 7th Cir. Chgo., 1975-1976; Clerk, Just. John Paul Stevens DC, 1976-1977; Assoc., Sidley & Austin DC, 1977-1978; Ass't Prof., Illinois, 1978-1981; Assoc. Prof., 1981-1983; McKnight Pres'l Prof. of Public Law, Minnesota, 1981-2004; Prof., 1983-2004; Assoc. Dean, Fac., 1992-2004; Sato Sho Chair in Law, Cal. Berkeley, Since 2002. Subjects: Constitutional Law; Environmental Law (S). Books & Awards: Law and Public Choice: A Critical Introduction (with Frickey), 1991; Eco-Pragmatism: Making Sensible Envt'l Decisions in an Uncertain World, 1999; Cases and Materials on Const'l Law: Themes for the Constitution's 3rd Century (with Frickey & Eskridge), 1993, 3d ed., 2003; Envt'l Law: Cases and Materials (with Findley), 1981, 2d ed. 1985, 3d ed. 1991, 5th ed., 2003. Member: Am. Acad. of Arts & Scis.; COIF; ALI. Consultantships: Ed'l Adv'y Bd., Fdn. Press.

Cynthia R. Farina (Cornell Law School)
Session: Poster Presentation Sponsored by Section on Administrative Law
Bio: FARINA, CYNTHIA, R. (F) Prof. Cornell. b.1954. BA, 1976, Ursinus Coll.; JD, 1980, Boston Univ. Arts. Ed., B.U.L. Rev. Admitted: DC, 1981; MA, 1982. Clerk, Hon. Raymond J. Pettine U.S.D.C. D. RI, 1980-1981; Clerk, Hon. Spottswood W. Robinson III U.S.C.A. DC Cir., 1981-1982; Assoc., Foley Hoag & Eliot Boston, 1982-1985; Ass't Prof., Cornell, 1985-1989; Assoc. Prof., 1989-1991; Prof., Since 1991; Assoc. Dean, Univ. Fac., 2004-2006; Prin. Researcher, Cornell e-Rulemaking Initiatiave, 2006 - Pres; Director, Law & Public Policy Prog., Cornell, 2009 - Pres. Subjects: Administrative Law; Federal Courts; Negotiated & Collaborative Decisionmaking; Separation of Powers (S). Books & Awards: Gellhorn and Byse on Admin. Law: Cases and Comments (with P. Strauss & T. Rakoff), 2003. 2005, Lifetime Fellow, Administrative Law Section, ABA.Consultantships: Rptr., Spec. Com. on Gov't Stands., ABA, 1991-93, Co-Rptr., Proj. on the APA, Admin. Law Sect., Co-Rptr., Proj. on European Union Admin. Law, since 2004; Principal Investigator, Cornell e-Regulatory Research Initiative, since 2006; Rptr., Com. on Status & Future of Fed. e-Rulemaking, Admin. Law Sect., since 2007.

Stephanie Farrior (Vermont Law School)
Session: National Security Law, Co-Sponsored by Sections on International Human Rights and International Law
Bio: FARRIOR, STEPHANIE, T. (F) Prof. & Dir., Int'l & Compar. Law Progs. Vermont. BA, 1974, Macalester; MA, 1976, Pennsylvania; JD, 1982, American; LLM, 1990, Harvard. Am. U.L. Rev. Admitted: DC, 1983. Dir. & Lobbyist, Nat'l Comm. Against Repressive Legis. DC, 1983-1985; Res. Instr., Lawyering Prog. New York Univ., 1986-1988; Sr. Res. Instr. & Coord'r, 1988-1989; Vis. Researcher, Harvard, 1990-1991; Ass't Prof., Penn State-Dickinson, 1991-1995; Assoc. Prof., 1995-1997; Vis. Scholar, Georgetown, 1997-1998; Prof., Since 1997; Legal Dir., Amnesty Int'l London, 1999-2000. Subjects: Human Rights; Human Rights (S); International Law; International Organizations; Torts; Women & the Law (S). Member: SALT.; ASIL (Executive Council; Co-Chair, Human Rts. Interest Grp.; Women in Int'l Law Interest Grp.); ; AALS (Exec. Comm., Sect. on Int'l Law). Consultantships: Bd. of Dirs., CLU of So. Central PA, 1991-94; Co-founder & Mem., Adv'y Bd., Amnesty Int'l Lawyers Network, since 1983; Chrprsn. 1995-99, 1991-99; Founding Mem., Bd. of Dirs., Cntr. for Just. & Accountability, 1998-99; Corresponding Ed., International Legal Materials, since 2007.

David S. Favre (Michigan State University College of Law)
Session: Animal Law*
Bio: FAVRE, DAVID, S. Prof. Mich. S. b.1946. BA, 1968, Univ. of Va.; JD, 1973, Wm. & Mary. Admitted: VA, 1973; MI, 1985. Priv. Prac., 1973-1976; Interim Dean, Detroit Coll., 1993-1996. Subjects: International Environmental Law; Real Property; Wildlife Law (S). Books & Awards: Animal Law (with Loring), 1983; Int'l Trade in Endangered Species, 1989; Wildlife Law, 1991; Int'l Envt'l Law (with Weiner & Chopra), 1993; Animal Law: Welfare, Interests & Rts., 2008.

Deborah R. Felice (Oklahoma City University School of Law)
Session: Welcome
Bio: FELICE, DEBORAH, R. (F) Assoc. Dean, Students. Oklahoma City. BA, 1975, Univ. of Oklahoma; JD, 1978, Tulsa. Admitted: OK, 1979. Attorney, Groves Black Kriegel & Cunningham , Tulsa, OK, 1979-1981; Ass't Dean of Students, Univ of Tulsa Coll. of Law, 1981-1990; Ass't Dean of Student Affrs & Admin., Texas Wesleyan U. Sch. of Law, 1995-1997; Assoc. Dean for Student Affrs. & Admin., Texas Wesleyan U. Sch. of Law, 1997-2000; Ass't Dean for Students, Oklahoma City U. Sch. of Law, 2000-2002; Assoc. Dean for Students, Oklahoma City U. Sch. of Law, 2002 - Pres. Member: AALS-Student Services Sec.--Exec Com--Chair--2009; AALS-Student Services Sec.--Exec Com--Chair-Elect--2008; AALS- Student Services Sec.--Executive Com.

Davida Finger (Loyola University New Orleans College of Law)
Session: New Orleans Neighborhood Solidarity Tour
Bio: FINGER, DAVIDA, Ass't Clin. Fac. Loyola, New Or.

Arlene Rivera Finkelstein (University of Pennsylvania Law School)
Session: Transforming Campus Culture: Enriching the Law School Experience for Students and Faculty Through Pro Bono Programs
Bio: FINKELSTEIN, ARLENE, R. (F) Ass't Dean & Exec. Dir., Toll Public Interest Cntr. Pennsylvania. BS, 1992, Cornell; JD, 1995, Temple. Admitted: PA, 1996. Ass't Defender, Defender Ass'n of Phila., 1995-2000; Att'y, Phila., 2000-2002. Subjects: Appellate Practice; Legal Research & Writing; Trial Advocacy.

Carolyn T. Fitchett (University of Virginia School of Law)
Session: Law Libraries
Bio: FITCHETT, TAYLOR, (F) Dir., Library. Univ. of V. b.1947. BA, 1970, Kansas St. Univ.; MLS, 1979, Alabama. Acting Dir., Library Alabama, 1981-1983; Assoc. Librarian, Tulane, 1983-1986; Dir., Library Cincinnati, 1986-1998; Assoc. Librarian, Univ. of Va., 1998-2000; Lect., Gen. Fac., 2000-2004; Dir., Library, Since 2000. Member: AALL, ALA, SEALL.

Victor B. Flatt (University of Houston Law Center)
Session: Natural Resources, Co-Sponsored by Section on Environmental Law
Bio: FLATT, VICTOR, B. (M) Tom & Elizabeth Taft Dist. Prof. of Envt'l Law, UNC Chapel Hill Houston. b.1963. BA, 1985, Vanderbilt; JD, 1988, Northwestern. Admitted: WA, 1989. Clerk, U.S.C.A. 6th Cir. Louisville, 1988-1989; Assoc. Att'y, Hillis Clark Martin & Peterson Seattle, 1989-1991; Clerk, WA St. Ct. of App. Div. 1 Seattle, 1991-1993; Ass't Prof., Evins Sch. of Policy Wash. Seattle, 1993-1995; Assoc. Prof., Georgia St., 1995-2001; Prof., 2001-2002; A. L. O'Quinn Chair of Envtl. Law, Univ. of Houston, Since 2002; Tom & Elizabeth Taft Distinguished Professor of Environmental Law, Univ. of North Carolina Sch. of Law, 2009 - Pres. Subjects: Administrative Law; Environmental Law; Natural Resources (S); Torts. Books & Awards: Legal Protection of the Envt. (with Funk & Johnston) (2nd Ed), 2007. Member: Phi Beta Kappa; Order of the Coif; ALI. Consultantships: Prof., Envtl. Law Trng., Corps. of Engineers, since 1998; Counsel to U.S. Senate Amici, New York v. EPA, since 2004.

Victor B. Flatt (University of North Carolina School of Law)
Session: Engaging Faculty: Using Pro Bono to Teach Doctrine and Skills*
Bio: FLATT, VICTOR, B. (M) Tom & Elizabeth Taft Dist. Prof. of Envt'l Law, UNC Chapel Hill Univ. of No. Ca. b.1963. BA, 1985, Vanderbilt; JD, 1988, Northwestern. Admitted: WA, 1989. Clerk, U.S.C.A. 6th Cir. Louisville, 1988-1989; Assoc. Att'y, Hillis Clark Martin & Peterson Seattle, 1989-1991; Clerk, WA St. Ct. of App. Div. 1 Seattle, 1991-1993; Ass't Prof., Evins Sch. of Policy Wash. Seattle, 1993-1995; Assoc. Prof., Georgia St., 1995-2001; Prof., 2001-2002; A. L. O'Quinn Chair of Envtl. Law, Univ. of Houston, Since 2002; Tom & Elizabeth Taft Distinguished Professor of Environmental Law, Univ. of North Carolina Sch. of Law, 2009 - Pres. Subjects: Administrative Law; Environmental Law; Natural Resources (S); Torts. Books & Awards: Legal Protection of the Envt. (with Funk & Johnston) (2nd Ed), 2007. Member: Phi Beta Kappa; Order of the Coif; ALI. Consultantships: Prof., Envtl. Law Trng., Corps. of Engineers, since 1998; Counsel to U.S. Senate Amici, New York v. EPA, since 2004.

David C. Flatto (Pennsylvania State University The Dickinson School of Law)
Session: Jewish Law*
Bio: FLATTO, DAVID, C. Ass't Prof. of Law Penn State - Dickinson.

Dean Jose Roble Flores Fernandez (Facultad Libre de Derecho de Monterrey)
Session: North American Cooperation

Sean Flynn (American University, Washington College of Law)
Session: Law, Medicine and Health Care, Co-Sponsored by Section on Constitutional Law*
Bio: FLYNN, SEAN, American.

Rodney O. Fong (Golden Gate University School of Law)
Session: Plenary I
Bio: FONG, RODNEY, O. (M) Ass't Dean, Bar Exam Servs. Golden Gate. b.1955. BA, 1977; JD, 1980, San Francisco. Admitted: CA, 1980. Dir., ASP Golden Gate, 1994-1999; Co-Dir., ASP Santa Clara, 1999-2002; Co-Dir., ASP San Fran., 2002-2003; Prog. Dev'r, CA St. Bar San Fran., 2003-2005; Ass't Dean, Bar Exam Servs. Golden Gate, Since 2006. Member: AALS (Chair, ASP Sect., 2000).

Robert Force (Tulane University School of Law)
Session: Admiralty and Maritime Law, Co-Sponsored by Sections on Conflict of Laws, Constitutional Law, Federal Courts
Bio: FORCE, ROBERT, (M) Niels F. Johnsen Prof. of Maritime Law & Dir. Emer., Maritime Law Cntr. Tulane. b.1934. BS, 1955; LLB, 1958, Temple; LLM, 1960, New York Univ. Ed.-in-Ch., Temp. L.Q. Admitted: PA, 1961. Fulbright Fellowship, . Clerk, Hon. Joseph Sloane PA Ct. of Common Pleas Phila., 1960-1961; Instr., Temple, 1960-1961; Clerk, Hon. Alfred Luongo U.S.D.C. E.D. PA, 1961-1963; Assoc., Kleinbard Bell & Brecker Phila., 1963-1964; Ass't Prof., Ind. Indpls., 1964-1967; Assoc. Prof., 1968; Prof., Tulane, Since 1969. Subjects: Administrative Process; Admiralty; Civil Procedure; Civil Rights; Criminal Law; International Commercial Arbitration; Marine Pollution (S). Books & Awards: The Law of Seamen (with M.J. Norris), 2003; Admiralty and Maritime Law, 2004; Admiralty and Maritime Law: Cases, Notes and Text (with A.N. Yiannopoulos & M. Davies), 2005; Hdbk. on Louisiana Evid. Law (co-authored), 2007. Member: Beta Gamma Sigma. Consultantships: Co-Rptr., Code of Evid., LA Law Inst.

Ms. Brenda Foster
Session: Concurrent Session III - Communications

Leslie P. Francis (University of Utah, S. J. Quinney College of Law)
Session: Aging and the Law, Co-Sponsored by Section on Disability Law*
Bio: FRANCIS, LESLIE, P. (F) Alfred C. Emery Prof. Utah. b.1946. BA, 1967, Wellesley Coll.; PhD, 1974, Michigan; JD, 1981, Utah. Arts. Ed., Utah L. Rev. Admitted: UT, 1983. Clerk, Judge Abner Mikva U.S.C.A. DC Cir., 1981-1982; Assoc. Prof., Utah, 1982-1987; Prof., Since 1987. Subjects: Contracts; Health Law; Law & Medicine; Legal Philosophy; Legal Profession. Books & Awards: Genetics & Criminality: The Potential Misuse of Scientific Information in Ct. (Co-ed. J. Botkin & W. Mc Mahon), 1999; Rosenblatt Prize, 2000; Americans with Disabilities: Implications for Individuals & Institutions (Co-ed. A. Silvers), 2000; Liberalism, Groups & Democracy (Co-ed. L. May & C. Sistare), 2001; Sexual Harassment: Ethical Issues in Acad. Life, Rowman & Littlefield, 2001. Member: COIF; ALI; AMINTAPHIL (Exec. Com., 1994-96, Prog. Chair, 1996-98, Pres.-Elect, 2001-02, Pres., 2002-03). Consultantships: Ethics Adv'y Opinion Com., Utah St. Jud., 1988-92; Ethics Adv'y Opinion Com., UT St. Bar, 1987-93, Chair, 1989-93; Chair, Com. on Phil & Law, Am. Phil'l Ass'n 1987-92, Chair, Com. for the Def. of Prof'l Rts. of Philosophers, 1996-99, Chair, Exec. Com., Pacific Div., 1998-2000, Chair, Prog. Com., since 2004.

Susan Franck (Washington and Lee University School of Law)
Session: International Law and Law and the Social Sciences Joint Program*
Bio: FRANCK, SUSAN, Assoc. Prof. Wash. & Lee. AA, 1991, Simon's Rock Coll. of Bard; BA, 1993, Macalester Coll.; JD, 1998, Minnesota; LLM, 1999, Univ. of London. Assoc. Arts. Ed., Minn. L. Rev. Admitted: MN, 1998; DC, 2000; UNITED KINGDOM, 2001. Assoc., Wilmer Cutler & Pickering DC, 1999-2002; Sr. Assoc., Allen & Overy London U.K., 2002-2004; Vis. Assoc. Prof., Minnesota, 2004-2005; Ass't Prof., Nebraska, Since 2005. Subjects: Conflict of Laws; International Litigation & Arbitration; Investment Treaty Arbitration; Mediation. Books & Awards: Excellence in Social Scis., 1991; U.S.-U.K. Fulbright Scholar, 1998; New Voice, ASIL, 2007. Member: Order of the Coif; ASIL. Consultantships: Assoc. Ed., Transnat'l Dispute Mgt., since 2006.

Eric M. Freedman (Hofstra University School of Law)
Session: Legal History*
Bio: FREEDMAN, ERIC, M. (M) Maurice A. Deane Dist. Prof. of Const'l Law. Hofstra. b.1953. BA, 1975, Yale; MA, 1977, Victoria Univ. (New Zealand); JD, 1979, Yale. Yale L.J. Admitted: NY, 1980; DC, 1985. Assoc., Paul Weiss Rifkind Wharton & Garrison NY & DC, 1979-1986; Clerk, Hon. Irving R. Kaufman NY, 1986-1987; Ass't Prof., Hofstra, 1988-1994; Assoc. Prof., 1994-1997; Prof., 1997-2004; Maurice A. Deane Dist. Prof. of Const'l Law, Since 2004. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Constitutional Law; Legal History (S); Mass Communications (S); Trial & Appellate Advocacy. Books & Awards: Grp. Defamation and Freedom of Speech (Ed. with Freedman), 1995; Habeas Corpus: Rethinking the Great Writ of Liberty, 2001. Member: ALI. Consultantships: Civil Rts. Com., Ass'n of the Bar of NYC, Chair, 1995-98, Exec. Com., 2001-05; Dir. & Counsel, Nat'l Coalition Against Censorship, since 2002; Rptr., Death Penalty Rep. Guidelines, ABA, since 2003.

Monroe H. Freedman (Hofstra University School of Law)
Session: Hot Topic Program: The United States Supreme Court’s Increased Attention to the Law of Lawyering During the 2009-2010 Term: Mere Coincidence or Something More?
Bio: FREEDMAN, MONROE, H.* (M) Prof. Hofstra. b.1928. AB, 1951; LLB, 1954, Harvard; LLM, 1956, Harvard. Admitted: MA, 1954; PA, 1957; DC, 1960; NY, 1978. Fac. Fel., Harvard, 1954-1956; Assoc., Wolf Block Schorr & Solis-Cohen, 1956-1958; Prof., Geo. Wash., 1958-1973; Dir., Stern Community Law Firm, 1970-1971; Fellow, Ford Fdn. Legal Ethics, 1972-1973; Dean, Hofstra, 1973-1977; Prof., Since 1973; Dir., U.S. Holocaust Mem. Coun., 1980-1982. Subjects: Contracts; Contracts; Legal Profession; Trial Advocacy (S). Books & Awards: Cases on Contracts, 3d ed., 1973; Lawyers' Ethics in an Adversary Sys., 1975; ABA Gavel Award Cert. of Merit, 1976; Understanding Lawyers Ethics, 3d ed. (with Abbe Smith), 2004. Member: ALI (1973-77, since 1990); ABF (Fellow, since 1988).; SALT (Bd. of Gov'rs, Exec. Com., 1975-88 & Chrm., Com. on Prof'l Respon., 1975-78). Consultantships: Leg. Consult., Sen. John L. McClellan, since 1959; Consult., U.S. Comm. on Civil Rts., 1960-64; Chrm., Legal Ethics Com., DC Bar, 1974-76, Mem., 1974-80. visiting, Georgetown University Law Center, Year 2009-2010.

Rebecca R. French (SUNY Buffalo Law School)
Session: Law and Anthropology
Bio: FRENCH, REBECCA, R. (F) Prof. Buffalo. BA, 1971, Michigan; JD, 1974, Wash., Seattle; LLM, 1988, Yale; PhD, 1990, Yale. Mng. Ed., Prison L. Rptr., ABA. Admitted: WA, 1974. Mem., Inst. for Adv'd Study, Princeton, 1991-92.; Res. Fellow, EALS, Harvard, 1988-91. Staff Att'y, Seattle-King Cty. Public Defender Off. Seattle, 1974-1976; Att'y, King King & Davidson Seattle, 1976-1977; Att'y, Miles Way & Caldart Olympia, 1977-1979; Assoc. Prof., Colorado, 1992-2003; Vis. Assoc. Prof., Buffalo, 2001-2002; Prof., Since 2003. Subjects: Law and Religion; Property Law. Books & Awards: Eugene Kayden National Press Bk. Award, 1994; The Golden Yoke: The Legal Cosmology of Buddhist Tibet, 1995. Member: Ass'n of Pol. & Legal Anthropologists (Bd.).; Law & Soc. Ass'n (Chair, Int'l Affrs. Com.). Consultantships: Rev. Bd., Law & Social Sci., NSF.

Steven F. Friedell (Rutgers School of Law - Camden)
Session: Jewish Law*
Bio: FRIEDELL, STEVEN, F. Prof. Rutgers - Camden. b.1949. AB, 1971, Brandeis; JD, 1974, Michigan. Mich. L. Rev. Admitted: MI, 1974; DC, 1975. Att'y, Sutherland Asbill & Brennan , Washington DC, 1974-1977; Ass't Prof., Rutgers Camden, 1977-1980; Assoc. Prof., 1980-1983; Prof., Since 1983. Subjects: Admiralty; Jewish Law; Torts. Books & Awards: I Benedict on Admiralty, 1988; Admiralty and Maritime Law in the U.S. (with D. Robertson & M. Sturley), 2001. 2003, Teacher of the Year.Member: ALI.; Maritime Law Ass'n of the U.S.; Jewish Law Ass'n. Consultantships: Ed'l Bd., Jour. of Maritime Law & Commerce; Chair, Sect. on Maritime Law, AALS, 1996, Chair, Sect. on Jewish Law, since 2003; Bd. of Gov'rs, Gratz Coll., 2004-09.

Professor Joan E. Friedenberg (Florida Atlantic University)
William F. Funk (Lewis and Clark Law School)
Session: Administrative Law
Bio: FUNK, WILLIAM, F. Prof. Lewis & Clark. BA, 1967, Harvard; JD, 1973, Columbia. Art. Ed., Colum. J. Of Env. L. Admitted: NY, 1974; DC, 1980. Clerk, Judge James Oakes 2d Cir. Ct. of App. Brattleboro VT, 1973-1974; Staff Att'y, Off. of Legal Counsel Dep't of Just. DC, 1974-1977; Principal Staff Mem., Intelligence Com. House of Reps. DC, 1977-1978; Dep. Ass't Gen. Counsel, U.S. Dep't of Energy DC, 1978-1979; Ass't Gen. Counsel, 1979-1983; Assoc. Prof., Lewis & Clark, 1983-1986; Prof., Since 1986. Subjects: Administrative Law; Constitutional Law; Environmental Law. Books & Awards: Admin. Proc. and Practice: Problems and Cases (with Shapiro & Weaver), 3d ed., 2006; Legal Protection of the Environment, 2d ed. (with Johnston & Flatt), 2007; Fed. Admin. Proc. Sourcebook, 4th ed. (with Lubbers & Pou), 2008; Am. Const'l Struc., 2008; Admin. Law: Examples & Explanations (with Seamon), 3d ed., 2009. Member: Am. Law Inst. Consultantships: Chair, Admin. Law & Reg. Prac. Sect., ABA, 2003-04; Consult., Admin. Conf. of the U.S., 1985-86, 1991-93, since 1995.

Jessica D. Gabel (Georgia State University College of Law)
Session: Creditors' and Debtors' Rights*
Bio: GABEL, JESSICA, D. Asst. Prof. Georgia State.

Jose M. Gabilondo (Florida International University College of Law)
Session: Financial Institutions and Consumer Financial Services*
Bio: GABILONDO, JOSE, M. (M) Assoc. Dean for Acad. Affairs, Assoc. Prof. Florida International. BA, 1987, Harvard Coll.; JD, 1991, Cal., Berkeley. Admitted: CA, 1991. Vis. Ass't Prof., Autonomous Univ. of Barcelona Spain, 1992-1994; Att'y, World Bank DC, 1995-1996; Att'y Adv'r, S.E.C. DC, 1996-2000; Capital Mkts. Analyst, Comptroller of the Currency Dep't of Treas. DC, 2000-2001; Att'y-Adv'r, Bkg. & Fin. DC, 2001-2003; Ass't Prof., Albany, 2003-2004; Ass't Prof., Fla. Int'l, Since 2004. Subjects: Contracts; Corporate Finance; Corporate Taxation; Financial markets seminar (S); Taxation. Books & Awards: Fac. of the Yr., 2005; Hooding Com., 2006.

Marc S. Galanter (University of Wisconsin Law School)
Session: Open Program on Law and South Asian Studies*
Bio: GALANTER, MARC, S. (M) Prof. Emer. Wisconsin. b.1931. BA, 1950; MA, 1954; JD, 1956, Univ. of Chgo. Bk. Rev. Ed., U. Chi. L. Rev. Admitted: IL, 1956. Fulbright Scholar, Univ. of Delhi, Fac. of Law, 1957-58. Bigelow Tchg. Fel., Univ. of Chgo., 1956-1957; Ass't Prof., Stanford, 1958-1959; Vis. Ass't Prof., Univ. of Chgo. Social Scis. Coll., 1959-1960; Ass't Prof., 1960-1966; Assoc. Prof., 1966-1971; Vis. Prof., Buffalo, 1971-1972; Prof., 1972-1977; Vis. Prof., Wisconsin, 1976-1977; Prof., 1977-2000; Fellow, Nat'l Endow. for the Humanities, 1979-1980; Fellow, Van Leer Jerusalem Inst., 1980; Vis. Scholar, ABF, 1985; Fellow, John Simon Guggenheim Fdn., 1985-1986; Vis. Prof., Columbia, 1986; Dir., Inst. for Legal Studies Wisconsin, 1990-1998; Vis. Prof., Stanford, 1993; Fellow, Cntr. for Adv'd Study in the Behav'l Scis., 1997-1998; LSE Cent'l Prof., London Sch. of Econ. & Pol. Sci., Since 2000; Prof. Emer., Wisconsin, Since 2000; Dist. Visiting Scholar, New York Law Sch., 2004 - 2006; Disting'd Vis. Prof., DePaul Univ. Coll. of Law, 2007; Scholar in Residence, Indiana Univ. Sch. of Law-- Bloomington, 2008 - 2009; Vis. Prof., Univ of Hawaii, 2009. Subjects: Church & State (S); Contracts; Legal Profession (S); Sociology of Law. Books & Awards: Competing Equalities: Law and the Backward Classes in India, 1984; Law and Soc. in Modern India, 1989; Tournament of Lawyers (with Palay), 1991; Contract Law in Action (with Macaulay, Kidwell & Whitford), 1995; Lowering the Bar: Lawyer Jokes and Legal Culture, 2005; Kenneth Kingery Scholarly Bk. Award, 2006. Member: ALI.; Am. Acad. of Arts & Scis. (Fellow); Law & Soc. Ass'n (Pres., 1983-85). Consultantships: Consult. on Legal Serv. Prog., Ford Fdn., New Delhi.; Mem., Com. Law & Social Sci., Social Sci. Res. Coun.; Mem., Coun. on the Role of Cts.

Professor James K. Galbraith (The University of Texas at Austin)
Session: Open Roundtable: The Socio-Economic Road to Economic Recovery*

Brian D. Galle (Florida State University College of Law)
Session: AALS Scholarly Paper Presentation*
Bio: GALLE, BRIAN, D.* (M) Ass't Prof. Fla. State. b.1972. AB, 1995, Harvard Coll.; JD, 2001, Columbia; LLM, 2006, Georgetown. Spec. Issues Ed., Colum. L. Rev. Admitted: NY, 2003. Clerk, Hon. Steven Orlofsky U.S.D.C. Camden NJ, 2001-2002; Clerk, Hon. Robert A. Katzmann U.S.C.A. 2d Cir. NYC, 2002-2003; Att'y, U.S. Dep't of Just. DC, 2003-2006; Ass't Prof., Fla. St., Since 2006; Vis. Assoc. Prof., Georgetown Univ. Law Cntr., 2008 - 2009. Subjects: Corporate Taxation; Federal Income Taxation; Nonprofit Organizations; Public Finance; Taxation State & Local (S). visiting, The George Washington University Law School, Year 2009-2010.

Brian D. Galle (Florida State University College of Law)
Session: Nonprofit and Philanthropy Law*
Bio: GALLE, BRIAN, D.* (M) Ass't Prof. Fla. State. b.1972. LLM, 2006, Georgetown; AB, 1995, Harvard Coll.; JD, 2001, Columbia. Spec. Issues Ed., Colum. L. Rev. Admitted: NY, 2003. Clerk, Hon. Steven Orlofsky U.S.D.C. Camden NJ, 2001-2002; Clerk, Hon. Robert A. Katzmann U.S.C.A. 2d Cir. NYC, 2002-2003; Att'y, U.S. Dep't of Just. DC, 2003-2006; Ass't Prof., Fla. St., Since 2006; Vis. Assoc. Prof., Georgetown Univ. Law Cntr., 2008 - 2009. Subjects: Corporate Taxation; Federal Income Taxation; Nonprofit Organizations; Public Finance; Taxation State & Local (S). visiting, The George Washington University Law School, Year 2009-2010.

Kathy L. Garcia (University of La Verne College of Law)
Session: Academic Support*
Bio: GARCIA, KATHY, L. (F) Assoc. Prof. & Dir., Acad. Support. LaVerne. BA, 1999, Calif. Polytechnic Univ., Pomona; JD, 2003, LaVerne. J. Juv. L. Admitted: CA, 2003; CA, 2003. Ass't Prof. & Dir., Acad. Support LaVerne, Since 2004. Subjects: Appellate Practice; Legal Research & Writing. Books & Awards: 1999, Summa Cum Laude, Calif. Polytechnic Univ., Pomona ; 2003, Valedictorian, Cum Laude, Univ. of La Verne College of Law.Member: Phi Kappa Phi.; Golden Key; Legal Writing Inst.

Robert A. Garda, Jr. (Loyola University New Orleans College of Law)
Session: Education Law
Bio: GARDA, ROBERT, A., JR. (M) Assoc. Prof. Loyola, New Or. b.1968. BA, 1990, Duke; JD, 1994, Duke. Articles Editor, Duke Law Jour. Admitted: UT, 1994. Assoc./Part., Fabian & Clendenin Salt Lake City, 1994-2002; Ass't Prof., Loyola New Orl., 2002-2005; Assoc. Prof., Since 2005. Subjects: Commercial Transactions; Contracts; Education Law (S); Employment Discrimination; Legal Profession. Books & Awards: 2008, Gillis Long Public Service Award; 2009, Professor of the Year.Member: Educ. Law Assn.; AALS Educ. Law Sect.; AALS Disability Law Sect. Consultantships: Bd. of Directors, LA Mental Health Servs., since 2003; Fel., Louisiana Bar Foundation, 2009-10; Co-Chair, Louisiana Appleseed Foundation, 2009-10.

Jon M. Garon (Hamline University School of Law)
Session: Law and Computers*
Bio: GARON, JON, M. (M) Prof. Hamline. b.1963. BA, 1985, Minnesota; JD, 1988, Columbia. Spec. Projs. Ed., Colum. J. L. & Arts.; Spec. Projects Editor, Columbia-VLA Jour. of Law & the Arts. Admitted: CA, 1988; NH, 2000; MN, 2008. Assoc., Shea & Gould L.A., 1988-1989; Assoc., Myerson & Kuhn L.A., 1989; Priv. Prac., Self CA, 1990-1993; Vis. Prof., Western St., 1993-1994; Ass't Prof., 1994-1996; Of Counsel, Hawes & Fischer Newport Beach, 1994-1996; Assoc. Dean, Acad. Affrs., 1996-1998; Assoc. Prof., 1996-2000; Prof., Franklin Pierce, 2000-2003; Of Counsel, Gallagher, Callahan & Gartrell, Concord, NH, 2000 - Pres; Dean & Professor; Professor, Hamline, Since 2003. Subjects: Business Law; Contracts; Copyright Law; Corporations; Entertainment Law. Books & Awards: Theatre Law: Cases and Materials (co-author), 2004; Entertainment Law & Prac., 2005; Independent Filmmaker's Law & Bus. Guide, 2d Ed., 2009. Member: Copyright Soc. of Am.; Am. Intell'l Prop. Law Assn. Consultantships: Mem., Intell'l Prop. Sect. Com., Bus. Law Sect., CA St. Bar.

Bryant G. Garth (Southwestern Law School)
Session: Exploring the Role of Pro Bono
Bio: GARTH, BRYANT, G. (M) Dean, CEO & Prof. Southwestern. b.1949. BA, 1972, Yale; JD, 1975, Stanford; PhD, 1979, European Univ. Inst. Ed.-in-Ch., Stanford J. of Int'l L. Admitted: CA, 1975; IN, 1988. Prof., Ind. Bloomington, 1979-1990; Dean, 1986-1990; Dir., ABF Chgo., 1990-2004; Sr. Res. Fel., ABF Chgo., 2004-2005; Dean, CEO & Prof. Southwestern, Since 2005. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Comparative Law; International Law; Law & Social Science; Legal Profession. Books & Awards: Neighborhood Law Firms for the Poor, 1979; Dealing in Virtue (with Y. Dezalay), 1996; Herb Jacob Award for Best Books, Law & Soc. Ass'n, 1998; Internationalization of Palace Wars (with Y. Dezalay), 2002. Member: Law & Soc. Assn.; Coif; ALI.

John H. Garvey (Boston College Law School)
Session: AALS Scholarly Paper Presentation*
Bio: GARVEY, JOHN, H. (M) Dean & Prof. Boston Col. b.1948. AB, 1970, Notre Dame; JD, 1974, Harvard. Treas., Harv. L. Rev. Admitted: KY, 1977. Danforth Fellow, Harv. Div. Sch., 1970-71. Clerk, Irving R. Kaufman 2d Cir., 1974-1975; Assoc., Morrison & Foerster, 1975-1976; Ass't Prof., Kentucky, 1976-1979; Assoc. Prof., 1979-1981; Ass't to the Sol. Gen., Dep't of Just. DC, 1981-1984; Alumni Prof., 1981-1986; Vis. Prof., Michigan, 1985-1986; Wendell Cherry Prof., Kentucky, 1986-1990; Univ. Res. Prof., 1989-1990; Ashland Oil Prof., 1990-1994; Prof., Notre Dame, 1994-1999; Dean & Prof., Boston Coll., Since 1999. Subjects: Administrative Law; Civil Rights; Constitutional Law; Criminal Procedure; Freedom (S); Legislation. Books & Awards: The First Amendment (with Schauer), 2d ed., 1995; What Are Freedoms For?, 1996; Modern Const'l Theory (with Aleinikoff & Farber), 5th ed., 2004; Religion and the Const. (with McConnell & Berg), 2nd ed., 2006. Member: Inst. for Jud. Admin.; Phi Beta Kappa.; ALI. Consultantships: Exec. Comm., AALS, 2003-06; Pres. Elect, AALS, 2007-08; Pres., AALS, 2008-09; Immediate Past Pres., AALS, 2009-10.

John H. Garvey (Boston College Law School)
Session: for the Law School Dean - Workshop for Deans-only
Bio: GARVEY, JOHN, H. (M) Dean & Prof. Boston Col. b.1948. AB, 1970, Notre Dame; JD, 1974, Harvard. Treas., Harv. L. Rev. Admitted: KY, 1977. Danforth Fellow, Harv. Div. Sch., 1970-71. Clerk, Irving R. Kaufman 2d Cir., 1974-1975; Assoc., Morrison & Foerster, 1975-1976; Ass't Prof., Kentucky, 1976-1979; Assoc. Prof., 1979-1981; Ass't to the Sol. Gen., Dep't of Just. DC, 1981-1984; Alumni Prof., 1981-1986; Vis. Prof., Michigan, 1985-1986; Wendell Cherry Prof., Kentucky, 1986-1990; Univ. Res. Prof., 1989-1990; Ashland Oil Prof., 1990-1994; Prof., Notre Dame, 1994-1999; Dean & Prof., Boston Coll., Since 1999. Subjects: Administrative Law; Civil Rights; Constitutional Law; Criminal Procedure; Freedom (S); Legislation. Books & Awards: The First Amendment (with Schauer), 2d ed., 1995; What Are Freedoms For?, 1996; Modern Const'l Theory (with Aleinikoff & Farber), 5th ed., 2004; Religion and the Const. (with McConnell & Berg), 2nd ed., 2006. Member: Inst. for Jud. Admin.; Phi Beta Kappa.; ALI. Consultantships: Exec. Comm., AALS, 2003-06; Pres. Elect, AALS, 2007-08; Pres., AALS, 2008-09; Immediate Past Pres., AALS, 2009-10.

James Thuo Gathii (Albany Law School)
Session: Professional Responsibility
Bio: GATHII, JAMES THUO, (M) Assoc. Dean, Rsrch & Schshp., Gov'r George E. Pataki Prof. of Int'l Commercial Law. Albany. b.1968. LLB, 1993, Univ. of Nairobi; LLM, 1995, Harvard; SJD, 1999, Harvard. Spec. Ed., Harv. Int'l L.J., spring 2000.; Arts. Ed., Harv. Hum. Rts. L.J. Ass't Prof., Grad. Sch. of Mgt. Rutgers Newark, 1998-2001; Ass't Prof., Albany, 2001-2004; Assoc. Prof., 2004-2006; Prof., Since 2006. Subjects: Corporations; Intellectual Property; International Law; International Organizations; International Transactions. Member: Int'l Law Ass'n (Am. Branch).; ASIL; Law & Soc. Ass'n. Consultantships: Mem., ABA.

Anna Gelpern (American University, Washington College of Law)
Session: Financial Institutions and Consumer Financial Services*
Bio: GELPERN, ANNA, Assoc. Prof. American. JD, 1992, Harvard; MSC, 1993, London Sch. of Econ. Arts. Ed., Harv. Int'l L.J. Admitted: NY, 1995. Assoc. Att'y, Cleary, Gottlieb, Steen & Hamilton, New York, NY, 1993 - 1996; Attorney Advisor, Senior Advisor, Office Dir., U.S. Dep. of the Tres., Washington, DC, 1996 - 2002; Int'l Affairs Fel., Coun. on Foreign Rels., Washington, DC, 2002 - 2003; Assoc. Prof., Rutgers Univ. Sch. of Law-Newark, 2005 - Pres.

Steven S. Gensler (University of Oklahoma College of Law)
Session: Civil Procedure, Co-Sponsored by Section on Litigation
Bio: GENSLER, STEVEN, S. (M) Welcome D. & W. DeVier Pierson Prof. & President's Assoc. Presidential Prof. Univ. of Oklahoma. b.1966. BS, 1988; JD, 1992, Illinois. Ed.-in-Ch., U. Ill. L. Rev. Admitted: WI, 1994. Jud. Clerk, Hon. Deannell Reece Tacha 10th Cir. Lawrence KS, 1992-1993; Jud. Clerk, Hon. Kathryn H. Vrati Dist. of KS Kan. City, 1993-1994; Att'y, Reinhart Boesner Van Devren Norris & Rieselbach SC Milwaukee, 1994-1996; Att'y, Michael Best & Friedrich LL.P. Milwaukee, 1996-1998; Vis. Ass't Prof., Illinois, 1998-2000; Assoc. Prof., Univ. of Oklahoma, 2000-2005; Sup. Ct. Fel., Admin. Off. of the U.S. Cts. DC, 2003-2004; Prof., Univ. of Oklahoma, Since 2005. Subjects: Alternative Dispute Resolution; Civil Procedure; Conflict of Laws; Federal Courts; Legal Research & Writing; Property. Books & Awards: Fed. Rules of Civil Procedure: Rules and Commentary, 2009. Member: ALI. Consultantships: Mem., Adv'y Com. on Civil Rules, 2005-11.

Steven S. Gensler (University of Oklahoma College of Law)
Session: Litigation, Co-Sponsored by Section on Civil Procedure
Bio: GENSLER, STEVEN, S. (M) Welcome D. & W. DeVier Pierson Prof. & President's Assoc. Presidential Prof. Univ. of Oklahoma. b.1966. BS, 1988; JD, 1992, Illinois. Ed.-in-Ch., U. Ill. L. Rev. Admitted: WI, 1994. Jud. Clerk, Hon. Deannell Reece Tacha 10th Cir. Lawrence KS, 1992-1993; Jud. Clerk, Hon. Kathryn H. Vrati Dist. of KS Kan. City, 1993-1994; Att'y, Reinhart Boesner Van Devren Norris & Rieselbach SC Milwaukee, 1994-1996; Att'y, Michael Best & Friedrich LL.P. Milwaukee, 1996-1998; Vis. Ass't Prof., Illinois, 1998-2000; Assoc. Prof., Univ. of Oklahoma, 2000-2005; Sup. Ct. Fel., Admin. Off. of the U.S. Cts. DC, 2003-2004; Prof., Univ. of Oklahoma, Since 2005. Subjects: Alternative Dispute Resolution; Civil Procedure; Conflict of Laws; Federal Courts; Legal Research & Writing; Property. Books & Awards: Fed. Rules of Civil Procedure: Rules and Commentary, 2009. Member: ALI. Consultantships: Mem., Adv'y Com. on Civil Rules, 2005-11.

Erika George (University of Utah, S. J. Quinney College of Law)
Session: Africa, Co-Sponsored by Section on Minority Groups*
Bio: GEORGE, ERIKA, (F) Prof. Utah. b.1970. BA, 1992, Univ. of Chgo.; MA, 1993, Univ. of Chgo.; JD, 1996, Harvard. Arts. Ed., Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev. Admitted: IL, 1996. Assoc., Jenner & Block Chgo., 1997-1998; Clerk, U.S.D.C. N.D. IL Chgo., 1998-1999; Att'y Fel., Human Rts. Watch NYC, 1999-2001; Assoc., Coudert Brothers NYC, 2001-2003; Assoc. Prof., Utah, Since 2003. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Constitutional Law; Corporations and Human Rights (S); International Environmental Law; International Human Rights. Books & Awards: Scared at School: Sexual Violence Against Girls in So. African Schools, 2001. 2008, Early Career Faculty Award.Member: Law & Soc. Assn.; AALS (Exec. Bd., Int'l Human Rts. Sect.); Am. Soc. of Int'l Law (Co. Chair Africa Section). Consultantships: Bd. Mem., American Civil Liberties Union of Utah, since 2007; Consult., Human Rights Watch, 2007-07.

Erika George (University of Utah, S. J. Quinney College of Law)
Session: National Security Law, Co-Sponsored by Sections on International Human Rights and International Law
Bio: GEORGE, ERIKA, (F) Prof. Utah. b.1970. BA, 1992, Univ. of Chgo.; MA, 1993, Univ. of Chgo.; JD, 1996, Harvard. Arts. Ed., Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev. Admitted: IL, 1996. Assoc., Jenner & Block Chgo., 1997-1998; Clerk, U.S.D.C. N.D. IL Chgo., 1998-1999; Att'y Fel., Human Rts. Watch NYC, 1999-2001; Assoc., Coudert Brothers NYC, 2001-2003; Assoc. Prof., Univ. of Utah S.J. Quinney Coll. of Law, 2003 - 2008; Professor, Univ. of Utah S.J. Quinney Coll. of Law, 2008 - Pres. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Constitutional Law; Corporations and Human Rights (S); International Environmental Law; International Human Rights. Books & Awards: Scared at School: Sexual Violence Against Girls in So. African Schools, 2001. 2008, Early Career Faculty Award.Member: Law & Soc. Assn.; AALS (Exec. Bd., Int'l Human Rts. Sect.); Am. Soc. of Int'l Law. Consultantships: Bd. Mem., American Civil Liberties Union of Utah, since 2007; Consult., Human Rights Watch, 2007-07.

Erik F. Gerding (University of New Mexico School of Law)
Session: Financial Institutions and Consumer Financial Services*
Bio: GERDING, ERIK, F. (M) Assoc. Prof. New Mexico. AB, 1994, Duke; JD, 1998, Harvard. Admitted: NJ, 1998; NY, 1999; DC, 1999. Assoc., Cleary Gottlieb NYC & DC, 1998-2006; Assoc. Prof., New Mexico, Since 2006. Subjects: Business Associations; Business Planning; Commercial Law; Contracts; Law and Economics (S); Payment Systems.

Erik F. Gerding (University of New Mexico School of Law)
Session: Securities Regulations
Bio: GERDING, ERIK, F. (M) Assoc. Prof. New Mexico. AB, 1994, Duke; JD, 1998, Harvard. Admitted: NJ, 1998; NY, 1999; DC, 1999. Assoc., Cleary Gottlieb NYC & DC, 1998-2006; Assoc. Prof., New Mexico, Since 2006. Subjects: Business Associations; Business Planning; Commercial Law; Contracts; Law and Economics (S); Payment Systems.

Deborah Gerhardt (University of North Carolina School of Law)
Session: Art Law*
Bio: GERHARDT, DEBORAH, Di of Intell'l Prop. Initiative Univ. of No. Ca.

Michael J. Gerhardt (University of North Carolina School of Law)
Session: Hot Topic Program: The Constitutional Politics of Presidential Czar Appointments
Bio: GERHARDT, MICHAEL, J. Samuel Ashe Dist. Prof. of Const'l Law & Di, Cnt on Law & Govt. Univ. of No. Ca. BA, 1978, Yale; MSc, 1979, London Sch. of Econ.; JD, 1982, Univ. of Chgo. Admitted: DC, 1985; GA, 1985. Clerk, Ch. Judge Robert McRae U.S.D.C. W.D. TN Memphis, 1982-1983; Clerk, Hon. Gilbert Merritt U.S.C.A. 6th Cir. Nashville, 1983-1984; Assoc., Bondurant Miller Hishon & Stephenson Atlanta, 1985; Assoc., Miller Cassidy Larroca & Lewin DC, 1985-1987; Ass't Prof., Wake Forest, 1987-1990; Assoc. Prof., 1990-1991; Vis. Assoc. Prof., Wm. & Mary, 1990-1991; Assoc. Prof., 1991-1993; Vis. Prof., Cornell, 1994-1995; Prof., 1998-2001; Vis. Prof., Duke, 2000; Arthur B. Hanson Prof., Wm. & Mary, 2001-2005; Vis. Fel., Princeton, 2004; Vis. Prof., Minnesota, 2004; Dir., Cntr. on Law & Gov't Univ. of No. Car., Since 2005; Prof., Univ. of No. Car., Since 2005. Subjects: Congress & President (S); Constitutional Law; Federal Courts; Federal Courts; First Amendment; Health Law; Legal History; Legislative Process. Books & Awards: The Fed. Impeachment Process, 1996, 2d ed., 2000; The Fed. Appointments Process, 2000, rev'd ed., 2003; Const'l Theory: Arguments & Perspectives (with Rowe, et al.), 1992,3d ed., 2007; The Power of Precedent, 2008. Consultantships: Spec. Consult., Nat'l Comm. on Jud. Discipline & Removal, 1992-93; Spec. Consult., Presidential Transition, 1992-93; Spec. Counsel on the Nomination of Sonia Sotomayor to the Sup. Ct., Chairman Patrick Leahy (D-Vt.) and Senate Judiciary Commmittee , 2009-09.

Mr. Mike German (American Civil Liberties Union)
Session: Defamation and Privacy

Michael B. Gerrard (Columbia University School of Law)
Session: Environmental Law, Co-Sponsored by Section on Natural Resources*

Michael B. Gerrard (Columbia University School of Law)
Session: Hot Topic Program: The Katrina Litigation: On the Front Edge Of Civil, Constitutional and Environmental Law
Bio: GERRARD, MICHAEL, B. (M) Prof. of Prof'l Prac. in Law Columbia. b.1951. BA, 1972, Columbia; JD, 1978, New York Univ. Admitted: NY, 1979. Associate, Berle Kass & Case, New York, New York, 1979 - 1985; Partner, Berle Kass & Case, New York, New York, 1985 - 1994; Partner, Arnold & Porter LLP, New York, New York, 1994 - 2008. Subjects: Advanced Seminar in Climate Change Law (S); Climate Change Law; Energy Law (S); Environmental Law. Books & Awards: Envt'l Law Prac. Guide, 1992; Brownfields Law and Prac., 1997; Global Climate Change and U.S. Law, 2007; The Law of Envt'l Just., 2009. 1975, Root Tilden Scholarship.Member: Director, Cntr. for Climate Change Law. Consultantships: Chrm., ABA Section of Environment, Energy and Resources, 2004-05; Bd. of Directors, Environmental Law Institute, since 2007; Sr. Counsel, Arnold & Porter LLP, since 2009.

Dr. Joshua Getzler (University Oxford Faculty of Law)
Session: Torts and Compensation Systems

Shubha Ghosh (University of Wisconsin Law School)
Session: Intellectual Property
Bio: GHOSH, SHUBHA, (M) Prof. of Law Wisconsin. BA, 1984, Amherst Coll.; MA, 1988; PhD, 1988, Michigan; JD, 1994, Stanford. Arts. Ed Stan. L. & Pol'y Rev.; Stan. J. Int'l L. Admitted: CA, 1997; CA, 1997. Ass't Prof., Dep't of Econ. Univ. of Texas, 1988-1991; Clerk, Hon. John T. Noonan U.S.C.A. 9th Cir. San Fran., 1994-1995; Assoc., Baker & McKenzie San Fran., 1995-1996; Ass't Prof., Oklahoma City, 1996-1998; Assoc. Prof., Georgia St., 1998-2000; Vis. Assoc. Prof., Buffalo, 2000-2001; Assoc. Prof., 2001-2004; Prof., 2004-2005; Prof., Southern Methodist, Since 2005; Prof. of Law, SMU Dedman Sch. of Law, 2005 - 2008. Subjects: Antitrust; Business Organizations; Intellectual Property; Intro to IP, Copyright, Patent, Trademark, Int'l IP; Law & Economics (S); Torts. Books & Awards: Intell'l Prop. in Bus. Organizations (with Gruner & Kesan), 2006. Member: Canadian Law & Econs. Assn.; Law & Soc. Ass'n; Am. Law & Econ. Ass'n. Consultantships: Consult., Leadership & Educ. for Asian Pacifics, 1996-97; Consult., Consumer Proj. on Tech., since 2003.

Clayton P. Gillette (New York University School of Law)
Session: State and Local Government Law
Bio: GILLETTE, CLAYTON, P. (M) Max E. Greenberg Prof. of Contract Law New York Univ. b.1950. BA, 1972, Amherst Coll.; JD, 1975, Michigan. Art. Ed., Mich. L. Rev. Admitted: NY, 1977. Clerk, Hon. J. Edward Lumbard U.S.C.A. 2d Cir. CT, 1975-1976; Assoc., Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton NY, 1976-1978; Assoc. Prof., Boston Univ., 1978-1984; Prof., 1984-1992; Assoc. Dean, 1990-1992; Perre Bowen Prof., Univ. of Va., 1992-2000; Prof., New York Univ., 2000-2002; Max E. Greenberg Prof. of Contract Law, Since 2002; V-Dean, New York Univ., Since 2004. Subjects: Commercial Law; Commercial Paper; Contracts; International Sales; Local Government Law; Torts. Member: COIF.; Phi Beta Kappa.

Brian A. Glassman (Cleveland State University, Cleveland-Marshall College of Law)
Session: Art Law*
Bio: GLASSMAN, BRIAN, A. (M) Legal Writing Prof. of Law Cleve.-Marshall. b.1955. BA, 1977, Conn. Coll.; JD, 1981, Boston Univ. Admitted: OH, 1981. Staff Att'y, Legal Aid Soc. of Cleve., 1981-1987; Att'y, Self Shaker Hts. OH, 1988-1993; Lect., Legal Writing Cleve.-Marshall, 1993-2003; Legal Writing Prof., Since 2003. Subjects: Art Law; Copyright, Trademark, and Patent Law; Legal Writing, Research & Advocacy; Transactional Drafting (S).

Catherine Glaze (Stanford Law School)
Session: Plenary I
Bio: GLAZE, CATHERINE, (F) Assoc. Dean, Student Affrs. Stanford. b.1958. AB, 1980; JD, 1985, Stanford. Admitted: CT, 1985; CA, 1987. Associate, Day Berry & Howard , Hartford CT, 1985-1986; Associate, Cooley Godward Castro Huddleson & Tatum , San Francisco, 1986-1991; Associate, Young Vogl & Harlick , San Francisco, 1991-1992; Associate, Benjamin Weil & Mazer , San Francisco, 1992-1994; Adj. Prof., Golden Gate Univ. Sch. of Law, 1995-1996; Assoc. Dean for Student Services and Clinical Prof., Golden Gate Univ. Sch. of Law, 1996-2000; Assoc. Dean for Student Affrs., Stanford Law Sch., Since 2000.

Barbara A. Glesner Fines (University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Law)
Session: Academic Support*
Bio: GLESNER FINES, BARBARA, A. (F) Assoc. Dean & Ruby M. Hulen Prof. Mo.-Kan. City. b.1957. BPh, 1980, Thomas Jefferson Coll., G.V.S.U.; JD, 1983, Wisconsin; LLM, 1986, Yale. Assoc. Mng. Ed., Wis. L. Rev.; Sr. Arts. Ed., Yale J. Int'l L. Admitted: WI, 1983; MO, 2006. Vis. Instr., Cincinnati, 1983-1984; Vis. Ass't Prof., Univ. of Oklahoma, 1985-1986; Ass't Prof., Mo.-Kan. City, 1986-1992; Assoc. Prof., 1992-2002; Prof., Since 2002. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Family Law; Family Law Ethics (S); Family Violence (S); Legal Aid Clinic (S); Professional Responsibility; Property; Remedies. Member: Inst. for Law Sch. Tchg. (Co-Dir., since 2006).; Pres., 2003-06); CALI, (Bd. of Dirs., 1998-06.

Mr. John J. Glier (Grenzebach Glier and Associates)
Session: Plenary Session - Development: What the Fund Raising Experts Are Telling Us

Gerard F. Glynn (Barry University Dwayne O. Andreas School of Law)
Session: Children and the Law*
Bio: GLYNN, GERARD, F. (M) Assoc. Prof. & Dir., Clinic. Barry. b.1963. BA, 1985, St. Louis; JD, 1989, American; MA, 1991, American; LLM, 1993, Georgetown. Admitted: DC, 1989; MD, 1990; FL, 1992; AR, 1995. Prettyman Fel., Georgetown, 1989-1991; Clin. Fac., Fla. St., 1991-1994; Dir., Legal Clinic Ark. Little Rock, 1994-1998; Ass't Prof., 1997-1998; Vis. Prof., Barry, 1999-2000; Ass't Prof., 2000-2001; Dir., Clin. Progs., 2000-2005; Assoc. Prof. & Dir. Clinic, Since 2002; Exec. Dir., Florida's Children First Orlando, 2003-2004. Subjects: Children's Rights (S); Clinical Teaching; Externships; Juvenile Law. Consultantships: Juv. Just. Com., ABA, since 1998; Bd., Nat'l Ass'n of Coun. for Children, since 2003.

Gerard F. Glynn (Barry University Dwayne O. Andreas School of Law)
Session: Juvenile Justice and Child Welfare*
Bio: GLYNN, GERARD, F. (M) Assoc. Prof. & Dir., Clinic. Barry. b.1963. BA, 1985, St. Louis; JD, 1989, American; MA, 1991, American; LLM, 1993, Georgetown. Admitted: DC, 1989; MD, 1990; FL, 1992; AR, 1995. Prettyman Fel., Georgetown, 1989-1991; Clin. Fac., Fla. St., 1991-1994; Dir., Legal Clinic Ark. Little Rock, 1994-1998; Ass't Prof., 1997-1998; Vis. Prof., Barry, 1999-2000; Ass't Prof., 2000-2001; Dir., Clin. Progs., 2000-2005; Assoc. Prof. & Dir. Clinic, Since 2002; Exec. Dir., Florida's Children First Orlando, 2003-2004. Subjects: Children's Rights (S); Clinical Teaching; Externships; Juvenile Law. Consultantships: Juv. Just. Com., ABA, since 1998; Bd., Nat'l Ass'n of Coun. for Children, since 2003.

Dale D. Goble (University of Idaho College of Law)
Session: Animal Law*
Bio: GOBLE, DALE, D. (M) Margaret Wilson Schimke Dist. Prof. Idaho. b.1947. AB, 1975, Columbia Coll.; JD, 1978, Oregon. Mng. Ed., Or. L. Rev. Admitted: OR, 1978. Instr., Oregon, 1978-1979; Att'y-Adv'r, Sol.'s Off. U.S. Dep't of Interior DC, 1979-1982; Assoc. Prof., Idaho, 1982-1988; Prof., Since 1988. Subjects: Legal History (S); Natural Resources; Torts. Books & Awards: Northwest Lands, Northwest Peoples (with Hirt), 1999; Wildlife Law: Cases and Materials (with Freyfogle), 2002; The Endangered Species Act at Thirty (with Scott & Davis), 2 vols., 2006; Wildlife Law:A Primer (with Freyfogle), 2009; Wildlife Law: Cases and Materials 2d ed. (with Freyfogle), 2009. 2005, UI Award for Excellence in Research / Creative Activities.Member: Am. Soc. Envtl. Hist.; Am. Assoc. for the Advmt. of Sci.; Am. Soc. for Legal Hist. Consultantships: Ed'l Bd., Western Legal Hist., 9th Jud. Cir. Hist. Soc., since 2002.

Mark A. Godsey (University of Cincinnati College of Law)
Session: Criminal Justice*
Bio: GODSEY, MARK, A. (M) Prof. & Fac. Dir., Rosenthal Inst. for Just./Ohio Innocence Proj. Cincinnati. b.1968. BS, 1990, Northwestern; JD, 1993, Ohio St. Arts. Ed., Ohio St. L.J. Admitted: IL, 1994; NY, 1995; OH, 2001. Clerk, Judge McKay U.S.C.A. 10th Cir. Salt Lake City, 1993-1994; Assoc., Jones Day Reavis & Pogue NYC & Chgo., 1994-1996; Ass't U.S. Att'y, Dep't of Just. S.D. NY, 1996-2001; Ass't Prof, No. Ky.-Chase, 2001-2003; Ass't Prof., Cincinnati, 2003-2004; Assoc. Prof., 2004-2006; Prof., Since 2006. Subjects: Criminal Law; Criminal Procedure; Evidence. Consultantships: Acad. Dir., Rosenthal Inst. for Just., since 2003; Acad. Dir., OH Innocence Proj., since 2003.

John C. Goldberg (Harvard Law School)
Session: Torts and Compensation Systems
Bio: GOLDBERG, JOHN, C. (M) Prof. Harvard. b.1961. BA, 1983, Wesleyan Univ.; MPhil, 1985, Oxford Univ.; MA, 1989, Princeton Univ.; JD, 1991, New York Univ. Ed.-in-Ch., N.Y.U. L. Rev. Admitted: MA, 1991; NY, 1992. Clerk, Hon. Jack B. Weinstein E.D.N.Y., 1991-1992; Clerk, Hon. Byron R. White U.S. Sup. Ct., 1992-1993; Assoc., Hill & Barlow P.C. Boston, 1993-1995; Ass't Prof., Vanderbilt, 1995-1998; Assoc. Prof., 1998-2000; Prof., Since 2000; Professor, Vanderbilt Law Sch., 2000 - 2008. Subjects: Contracts; Jurisprudence (S); Products Liability; Torts. Books & Awards: Tort Law: Responsibilities & Redress (with Sebok & Zipursky) (2d ed), 2008. Member: Am. Soc. for Pol. & Legal Phil.; COIF. Consultantships: Chair, Sect. on Torts & Compensation Sys., AALS, 2009-09.

Suzanne B. Goldberg (Columbia University School of Law)
Session: Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Issues
Bio: GOLDBERG, SUZANNE, B. (F) Clin. Prof. Columbia. b.1964. AB, 1985, Brown Univ.; JD, 1990, Harvard. Ed.-in-Ch., Harv. Women's L.J. Admitted: MA, 1990; NY, 1991. Fulbright Fellow, Pol. Sci., Nat'l Univ. of Singapore, 1986. Jud. Clerk, Just. Marie Garibaldi NJ Sup. Ct., 1990-1991; Sr. Staff Att'y, Lambda Legal Defense & Educ. Fund NY, 1991-2000; Ass't Prof., Rutgers Newark, 2000-2004; Assoc. Prof., 2004-2006; Clin. Prof., Columbia, Since 2006. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Employment Discrimination; Jurisprudence: Sexuality & Law. Books & Awards: Strangers to the Law: Gay People on Trial (co-author), 1998; AALS Outstanding Scholarly Paper Award, 2003; Dukeminer Award, 2004. Consultantships: Chair, Bd. of Dirs., Lesbian & Gay Immig. Rts. Task Force, since 1998; Bd. of Adv'rs, Georgetown Jour. of Gender & Law, since 1999; Bd. of Dirs., Jour. of Law and Social Problems, since 2007.

Eric Goldman (Santa Clara University School of Law)
Session: Law and Computers*
Bio: GOLDMAN, ERIC, (M) Assoc. Prof. & Dir., High Tech. Law Prog. Santa Clara. b.1968. BA, 1988, U.C.L.A; MBA, 1994, U.C.L.A; JD, 1994, U.C.L.A. U.C.L.A. L. Rev., ; UCLA Law Rev. Admitted: CA, 1994. Associate, Cooley Godward LLP, Palo Alto, CA, 1994 - 2000; Gen. Counsel, Epinions, Inc., Brisbane, CA, 2000 - 2002; Ass't Prof., Marquette Univ. Law Sch., 2002-2006; Assoc. Prof. & Dir., HTLI, Santa Clara Univ. Sch. of Law, Since 2006. Subjects: Copyright Law (S); Cyberspace Law / Cyberlaw; Intellectual Property; Licensing; Professional Responsibility. Member: ALI.; Phi Beta Kappa.

Charlene E. Gomes (Equal Justice Works)
Carmen G. Gonzalez (Seattle University School of Law)
Session: Africa, Co-Sponsored by Section on Minority Groups*
Bio: GONZALEZ, CARMEN, G. (F) Assoc. Prof. Seattle. b.1962. B.A., Pol. Science, magna cum laude, distinction in the major, 1985, Yale Univ.; J.D., cum laude, 1988, Harvard. Admitted: CA, 1988; DC, 1989. Law Clerk, Hon. Thelton E. Henderson, San Francisco, CA, 1988-1989; Att'y, Pillsbury Madison & Sutro , San Francisco, CA, 1989-1991; Att'y, Pacific Gas & Elec. Co. , San Francisco, CA, 1991-1994; Ass't Reg'l Counsel, U.S. EPA , San Francisco, CA, 1994-1998; Envtl. Law Spec., ABA-Central & East European Law Initiative , Ukraine, 1996-1997; Fulbright Scholar , Fulbright Prog., 1998; Assoc. Prof., Seattle Univ. Sch. of Law, 1999 - 2010; U.S. Sup. Ct. Fel., Fed. Jud. Cntr. DC, Washington, DC, 2004-2005; Vis. Fel., Lauterpacht Res. Cntr. for Int'l Law, 2006; Vis. Prof., Johns Hopkins Univ., 2008 - 2009. Subjects: Administrative Law; Environmental Law Fundamentals; Hazardous Waste and Toxics Regulation; International Environmental Law (S); International Trade Law; Torts. Member: Ass'n of Am. Law Schools, Sect. on Envt'l Law. Consultantships: Bd. Mem., Greenpeace USA, 2001-03; Int'l Subcom., Nat'l Envtl. Just. Adv'y Coun. to US EPA, 2002-05; Steering Com., Facility Rpt'ing Proj., Center for Envtl'y Responsible Economies (CERES), 2003-07; Mem. Scholar, Center for Progressive Reform, 2004-10; Exec. Com. Mem., AALS Section of Environmental Law, 2007-12.

Jarod S. Gonzalez (Texas Tech University School of Law)
Session: Labor Relations and Employment Law
Bio: GONZALEZ, JAROD, S. (M) Assoc.Prof. Tex. Tech. b.1974. BBA, 1997, Univ. of Oklahoma; JD, 2000, Univ. of Oklahoma. Note Ed., Okla. L. Rev.; Note Editor, Oklahoma Law Rev. Admitted: TX, 2000; TX, 2000. Clerk, Hon. John Hannah Jr. U.S.D.C. E.D. TX Tyler, 2000-2001; Clerk, Hon. Robert M. Parker U.S.C.A. 5th Cir. Tyler, 2001-2002; Assoc. Att'y, Thompson & Knight LLP Dallas, 2002-2004; Ass't Prof., Texas Tech., Since 2004. Subjects: ADA; Civil Procedure; Employee Benefit Plans; Employment Discrimination; Employment Law. Member: Order of the Coif.

Oliver R. Goodenough (Vermont Law School)
Session: Open Program on Biolaw
Bio: GOODENOUGH, OLIVER, R. (M) Prof. Vermont. b.1952. BA, 1975, Harvard; JD, 1978, Pennsylvania. Admitted: PA, 1978; NY, 1980. Assoc., Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamiton NYC, 1978-1981; Assoc., Kay Collyer & Boose NY, 1981-1986; Part., 1986-1990; Lect., Pennsylvania, 1988-1991; Ass't Prof., Vermont, 1991-1993; Of Counsel, Kay Collyer & Boose NY, 1991-2003; Assoc. Prof., 1993-1996; Prof., Since 1996; Vis. Res. Fel., Cambridge Univ. England, 1999-2000; Adj. Prof., Thayer Sch. Dartmouth, Since 2006. Subjects: Corporations; Entertainment Law; International Transactions; Legal Method. Books & Awards: Privacy and Publicity: Society, Doctrine, and the Dev. of Law, 1996; This Bus. of Television (with Blumenthal), 1991, 3d ed., 2006; Law and the Brain (ed., with Zeki), 2006. Member: Soc. for Evolutionary Analysis in Law. Consultantships: Bd. of Dirs., VT Film Comm., 1996-03; Chair, Plng. & Programming Com., Gruter Inst. for Law & Behav'l Res., since 2001; Vis. Prof., Dep't of Neurology, Humboldt Univ., Charite Med. Fac., 2003-06.

Ellen P. Goodman (Rutgers School of Law - Camden)
Session: Mass Communication Law
Bio: GOODMAN, ELLEN, P. (F) Prof. Rutgers, Camden. b.1965. AB, 1988; JD (Magna Cum Laude), 1992, Harvard. Admitted: PA, 1992; DC, 1993. Clerk, Judge Norma Shapiro Phila., 1992-1993; Assoc., Covington & Burling DC, 1993-2000; Partner, Covington & Burling LLP, D.C., 2000-2002; Assoc. Prof., Rutgers Camden, Since 2003. Subjects: Advertising Law; Animal Law (S); Intellectual Property; Media Law; Property.

Leigh Goodmark (University of Baltimore School of Law)
Session: Poster Presentations Sponsored by Section on Clinical Legal Education
Bio: GOODMARK, LEIGH, (F) Assoc. Prof. Baltimore. b.1969. BA, 1991, Yale; JD, 1994, Stanford. Stanford Law Rev.; Stan. L. Rev. Admitted: CA, 1994; DC, 1995; MD, 2003. Clerk, Hon. Robert G. Doumar E.D. VA Norfolk, 1994-1995; Skadden Fel., Washington Lawyers' Com. DC, 1995-1996; Staff Att'y, Bread for the City DC, 1996-1999; Clin. Instr., Cath. Univ., 1999-2000; Ass't Staff Dir., ABA Cntr. on Children & the Law DC, 2000-2003; Ass't Prof., Baltimore, 2003-2007; Assoc. Prof., Since 2007. Subjects: Clinical Teaching; Family Law. Books & Awards: Keeping Kids Out of the System: Creative Legal Prac. as a Community Child Protection Strategy, 2001; Promoting Community Child Protection: A Legis. Agenda, 2002. Member: Clin. Legal Educ. Ass'n; ; Soc. of Am. Law Teachers. Consultantships: Ed'l Bd., Jour. of Child Custody, since 2004; Ed'l Bd., Juv. & Family Ct. Jour., Nat'l Coun. of Juv. & Family Cts., since 2006.

Naomi Harlin Goodno (Pepperdine University School of Law)
Session: Poster Presentations Sponsored by Section on International Human Rights
Bio: GOODNO, NAOMI, (F) Assoc. Prof. of Law Pepperdine. JD, 1991, Cal., Berkeley; History, 1995, Princeton Univ. Articles Editor, California Law Rev. Admitted: CA, 1999. associate, Quinn Emanuel Urquhart Oliver & Hedges, california, 1999 - 2003; Legal Writing Prof., Pepperdine Univ. Sch. of Law, 2003 - 2007; Law Clerk, Ninth Circuit Court of App., Ninth Cir. Ct. of App., California, 2007 - 2008; Assoc. Prof., Pepperdine Univ. Sch. of Law, 2008 - Pres. Subjects: Advanced Criminal Procedure; Civil Procedure; International Criminal Law; Trial Advocacy. Books & Awards: CASE FILES FOR BASIC ADVOCACY , 2009.

Naomi Harlin Goodno (Pepperdine University School of Law)
Session: Poster Presentations Sponsored by Committee on Sections & Annual Meeting
Bio: GOODNO, NAOMI, (F) Assoc. Prof. of Law Pepperdine. JD, 1991, Cal., Berkeley; History, 1995, Princeton Univ. Articles Editor, California Law Rev. Admitted: CA, 1999. associate, Quinn Emanuel Urquhart Oliver & Hedges, california, 1999 - 2003; Legal Writing Prof., Pepperdine Univ. Sch. of Law, 2003 - 2007; Law Clerk, Ninth Circuit Court of App., Ninth Cir. Ct. of App., California, 2007 - 2008; Assoc. Prof., Pepperdine Univ. Sch. of Law, 2008 - Pres. Subjects: Advanced Criminal Procedure; Civil Procedure; International Criminal Law; Trial Advocacy. Books & Awards: CASE FILES FOR BASIC ADVOCACY , 2009.

Iris J. Goodwin (University of Tennessee College of Law)
Session: Trusts and Estates
Bio: GOODWIN, IRIS, J. (F) Assoc. Prof. Tennessee. PhD, 1988, Columbia; JD, 1988, New York Univ. Admitted: NY, 1989. Assoc., Sullivan & Cromwell, NYC, Pres; Assoc. Prof., Tennessee., Pres; Fac. Fel., Seton Hall, Pres; Sr. V.P. & Assoc. Fiduciary Counsel, Bessemer Trust Co., NYC, Pres. Subjects: Estate & Gift Tax; Estate Planning (S); Ownership & Justice (S); Property; Trusts & Estates.

Michele Goodwin (University of Minnesota Law School)
Session: Open Program on Biolaw
Bio: GOODWIN, MICHELE, Everett Fraser Prof. Minnesota. BA, 1992, Wisconsin; JD, 1995, Boston Coll.; LLM, 2000, Wisconsin. Wm. H. Hastie Fel., Wisconsin, 1998-2000; Gilder Lehrman Post-Doctoral Fel., Yale, 2000-2001; Assoc. Prof., De Paul, 2001-2007; Prof., Minnesota, Since 2007. Subjects: Bioethics; Education Law; Health Law Policy; Law and Psychology; Legal Ethics; Torts. Books & Awards: Fac. Scholarship Award, 2005; Black Markets: The Supply and Demand of Body Parts, 2006; Fac. Achievement Award, 2006. Member: Law & Soc. Ass'n (Chair, Bioethics CRN).; AALS Sect. on Law & Med. (V-Chair); Int'l Acad. of Law & Mental Health (Sec'y Gen., 2003). Consultantships: Adv'y Bd., AMA, since 2005; Fdg. & Exec. Bd., Am. Organ Coalition, since 2006.

Michele Goodwin (University of Minnesota Law School)
Session: Family and Juvenile Law, Co-Sponsored by Sections on Children and the Law, Poverty Law, Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Issues, Women in Legal Education*
Bio: GOODWIN, MICHELE, Everett Fraser Prof. Minnesota. BA, 1992, Wisconsin; JD, 1995, Boston Coll.; LLM, 2000, Wisconsin. Wm. H. Hastie Fel., Wisconsin, 1998-2000; Gilder Lehrman Post-Doctoral Fel., Yale, 2000-2001; Assoc. Prof., De Paul, 2001-2007; Everett Fraser Professor of Law and Professor of Med., Minnesota, Since 2007. Subjects: Bioethics; Education Law; Genetic Property and The Law; Health Law Policy; Law and Psychology; Legal Ethics; Torts. Books & Awards: Fac. Scholarship Award, 2005; Black Markets: The Supply and Demand of Body Parts, 2006; Fac. Achievement Award, 2006; President's Bk. Award, 2006; Baby Markets: Money and The New Politics of Creating Families (Cambridge Univ. Press), 2009; The Black Body: Imagining, Writing, and Re-reading (with Jackson and Demissie), 2009. Member: Law & Soc. Ass'n (Chair, Bioethics CRN).; AALS Sect. on Law & Med. (Chair)(2008-2009); Int'l Acad. of Law & Mental Health (Sec'y Gen., 2003); AALS Sect. on Biotechnology and Law (Executive Board). Consultantships: Adv'y Bd., AMA, since 2005; Fdg. & Exec. Bd., Am. Organ Coalition, since 2006; Adv'y Bd. Mem., Lexis/Nexis, since 2009. on leave, Spring 2010.

Gregory S. Gordon (University of North Dakota School of Law)
Session: International Human Rights
Bio: GORDON, GREGORY, S. (M) Ass't Prof. North Dakota. BA, 1985; JD, 1990, Cal., Berkeley. Ed., Int'l Tax & Bus. Lawyer. Admitted: CA, 1991; HI, 1992. Clerk, Hon. Martin Pence U.S.D.C. Honolulu, 1990-1991; Litig. Assoc., McCutchen Doyal et al. San Fran., 1992-1994; Litig. Assoc., Seyfarth Shaw et al. San Fran., 1994-1996; Legal Off'r & Dep. Team Leader, Media Crimes Team Int'l Crim. Tribunal for Rwanda Kigali Rwanda, 1996-1997; Litig. Assoc., Kollender & Sargoy L.A., 1998; Spec. Ass't, U.S. Att'y Sex Offense/Domestic Violence Unit U.S. Att'y for D.C., 1999-2000; Trial Att'y, Crim. Div. U.S. D.O.J., 1999-2003; Sr. Trial Att'y, Since 2003; Ass't Prof., North Dakota, Since 2006. Subjects: Human Rights Law; International Criminal Law; Public International Law. Books & Awards: Moot Ct. Bd. Award, 1990.

Gregory S. Gordon (University of North Dakota School of Law)
Session: Poster Presentations Sponsored by Section on International Human Rights
Bio: GORDON, GREGORY, S. (M) Ass't Prof. North Dakota. BA, 1985; JD, 1990, Cal., Berkeley. Ed., Int'l Tax & Bus. Lawyer. Admitted: CA, 1991; HI, 1992. Clerk, Hon. Martin Pence U.S.D.C. Honolulu, 1990-1991; Litig. Assoc., McCutchen Doyal et al. San Fran., 1992-1994; Litig. Assoc., Seyfarth Shaw et al. San Fran., 1994-1996; Legal Off'r & Dep. Team Leader, Media Crimes Team Int'l Crim. Tribunal for Rwanda Kigali Rwanda, 1996-1997; Litig. Assoc., Kollender & Sargoy L.A., 1998; Spec. Ass't, U.S. Att'y Sex Offense/Domestic Violence Unit U.S. Att'y for D.C., 1999-2000; Trial Att'y, Crim. Div. U.S. D.O.J., 1999-2003; Sr. Trial Att'y, Since 2003; Ass't Prof., North Dakota, Since 2006. Subjects: Human Rights Law; International Criminal Law; Public International Law. Books & Awards: Moot Ct. Bd. Award, 1990.

Jeffrey N. Gordon (Columbia University School of Law)
Session: Business Associations*
Bio: GORDON, JEFFREY, N. (M) Alfred W. Bressler Prof. Columbia. b.1949. BA, 1971, Yale; JD, 1975, Harvard. Art. Ed., Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev. Admitted: NY, 1977; DC, 1981. Clerk, Hon. Wm. E. Doyle U.S.C.A. 10th Cir. Denver, 1975-1976; Assoc., Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton NYC, 1976-1979; Spec. Ass't to Gen. Counsel & Att'y-Adv'r, U.S. Treas. DC, 1979-1981; Ass't Prof., New York Univ., 1982-1985; Assoc. Prof., 1985-1987; Vis. Prof., Columbia, 1987; Prof., 1987-1988; Prof., Since 1988; Bruce I. Nichols Vis. Prof., Harvard, 2002. Subjects: Corporate Law Theory (S); Financial Institutions; Mergers & Acquisitions; Transition Costs of Capitalism (S). Books & Awards: Convergence and Persistence in Corporate Governance (with M.J. Roe), 2004. Member: Phi Beta Kappa; ALI; Am. Law & Econ. Assn. Consultantships: Past Chair, Sects. on Bus. Ass'ns & Law & Econ., AALS.; Co-Dir., Columbia Cntr. for Law & Econ. Studies; Adv'r, ALI Restmt. (3d) of Trusts: Prudent Investor Rule.

Jeffrey N. Gordon (Columbia University School of Law)
Session: Financial Institutions and Consumer Financial Services*
Bio: GORDON, JEFFREY, N. (M) Alfred W. Bressler Prof. Columbia. b.1949. BA, 1971, Yale; JD, 1975, Harvard. Art. Ed., Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev. Admitted: NY, 1977; DC, 1981. Clerk, Hon. Wm. E. Doyle U.S.C.A. 10th Cir. Denver, 1975-1976; Assoc., Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton NYC, 1976-1979; Spec. Ass't to Gen. Counsel & Att'y-Adv'r, U.S. Treas. DC, 1979-1981; Ass't Prof., New York Univ., 1982-1985; Assoc. Prof., 1985-1987; Vis. Prof., Columbia, 1987; Prof., 1987-1988; Prof., Since 1988; Bruce I. Nichols Vis. Prof., Harvard, 2002. Subjects: Corporate Law Theory (S); Financial Institutions; Mergers & Acquisitions; Transition Costs of Capitalism (S). Books & Awards: Convergence and Persistence in Corporate Governance (with M.J. Roe), 2004. Member: Phi Beta Kappa; ALI; Am. Law & Econ. Assn. Consultantships: Past Chair, Sects. on Bus. Ass'ns & Law & Econ., AALS.; Co-Dir., Columbia Cntr. for Law & Econ. Studies; Adv'r, ALI Restmt. (3d) of Trusts: Prudent Investor Rule.

Mark A. Graber (University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law)
Session: AALS Executive Committee and Institute of Constitutional Studies Joint Program
Bio: GRABER, MARK, A. (M) Prof. of Law & Govt. Maryland. b.1956. AB, 1978, Dartmouth Coll.; JD, 1981, Columbia; MA, 1986; PhD, 1988, Yale. Admitted: NY, 1982. Ass't Prof., Univ. of Texas, 1987-1993; Ass't Prof., Maryland, 1993-1995; Assoc. Prof., 1995-2001; Prof. of Law & Gov't, Since 2001. Subjects: Constitutional Law (S); Jurisprudence (S); Legal History (S). Books & Awards: Transforming Free Speech, 1991; Rethinking Abortion, 1996; Dred Scott and the Problem of Const'l Evil, 2006. Member: Am. Soc. of Legal Hist.; Law & Soc. Assn.; Am. Pol. Sci. Ass'n.

R. Kent Greenawalt (Columbia University School of Law)
Session: Law and Religion
Bio: GREENAWALT, R., K. (M) Univ. Prof. Columbia. b.1936. AB, 1958, Swarthmore Coll.; B Phil, 1960, Oxford Univ.; LLB, 1963, Columbia. Ed.-in-Ch., Colum. L. Rev. Admitted: NY, 1963. Clerk, Just. John M. Harlan U.S. Sup. Ct. DC, 1963-1964; Spec. Ass't to Ass't Admin. for Dev. Fin. & Priv. Enterprise, AID DC, 1964-1965; Att'y, Com. for Civil Rts. Jackson MS, 1965; Ass't Prof., Columbia, 1965-1968; Assoc. Prof., 1968-1969; Prof., 1969-1979; Dep. Sol. Gen., 1971-1972; Vis. Fel., Clare Hall Cambridge Univ., 1972-1973; Vis. Fel., All Souls Coll. Oxford Univ., 1978-1979; Cardozo Prof. of Jurisp., Columbia, 1979-1990; Univ. Prof., Since 1990. Subjects: Constitutional Law (S); Criminal Law; Criminal Procedure; Jurisprudence (S); Legal Method. Books & Awards: Speech, Crime and the Uses of Lang., 1989; Fighting Words, 1995; Priv. Consciences and Public Reasons, 1995; Does God Belong in Public Schools, 2005. Member: Am. Acad. of Arts & Scis.; Am. Soc. of Legal & Pol. Phil. (Pres., 1991-93).; Am. Phil. Soc. Consultantships: Consult., Off. of Telecommunications Policy & Domestic Coun. Com. on Privacy, 1973-74; Ch. Rptr., Rev. of Commentary to Model Penal Code, 1976-84.

Mark D. Greenberg (University of California, Los Angeles School of Law)
Session: Jurisprudence
Bio: GREENBERG, MARK, (M) Prof. & Assoc. Prof., Phil. U.C.L.A. b.1963. JD, 1985, Cal., Berkeley; BPhil, 1990; DPhil, 2000, Univ. of Oxford. Admitted: CA, 1985. Clerk, Just. Ruth Bader Ginsburg U.S.C.A. DC, 1986-1987; Off'l Fellow & Tutor, Univ. of Oxford England, 1990-1992; Sr. Counsel, Dep. Ass't Att'y Gen. U.S. Dep't of Just. DC, 1994-1999; Spec. Ass't, U.S. Att'y U.S. Att'ys Off. E.D. VA Alex. & W.D. PA Pgh., 1996-2000; Jr. Res. Fel., 1997-1998; Ass't Prof., Phil. Princeton Univ., 2000-2004; Acting Prof. of Law & Phil., U.C.L.A., Since 2004. Subjects: Criminal Law; Criminal Procedure; Jurisprudence; Torts. Books & Awards: Fulbright Scholarship, 1985-, 86; Marshall Scholarship, 1987-, 90. Member: Order of the Coif.

Jamal Greene (Columbia University School of Law)
Session: AALS Executive Committee Program
Bio: GREENE, JAMAL, (M) Assoc. Prof. Columbia. JD, 2005, Yale. Admitted: DC, 2006.

Grace Greenwich (Seattle University School of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session I - Annual Giving/Alumni Relations
Bio: GREENWICH, GRACE, Dir., Alumni Rels. Seattle.

James Grimmelmann (New York Law School)
Session: Defamation and Privacy
Bio: GRIMMELMANN, JAMES, (M) Assoc. Prof. New York L.. b.1977. AB, 1999, Harvard; JD, 2005, Yale. Yale L.J. Admitted: NJ, 2005. Law Clerk, Hon. Maryanne Trump Barry U.S.C.A. 3d Cir., Newark, NJ, 2005-2006; Resident Fel., Yale Information Soc. Proj. , 2006-2007; Assoc. Prof., New York Law Sch., Since 2007. Subjects: Copyright Law; Intellectual Property; Internet Law; Property.

Claudio Grossman (American University, Washington College of Law)
Session: AALS Committee on International Cooperation Luncheon*
Bio: GROSSMAN, CLAUDIO, (M) Dean, Prof., & Raymond I. Geraldson Scholar for Int'l & Hum. Law. American. b.1947. Licenciado en Ciencias Juridicas, 1971, Univ. of Chile; Dr in de Rechtsgeleerdheid, 1980, Univ. of Amsterdam. Assoc. Prof., Univ. of Utrecht Netherlands, 1974-1980; Prof., Twente Univ. Netherlands, 1980-1983; Director, Int'l Legal Studies Prog. Am. Univ. , 1983-1993; Acting Dean, Am. Univ. Washington Coll. of Law, 1993-1994; Dean, Am. Univ. Washington Coll. of Law, Since 1995. Subjects: Human Rights; International Law; International Organizations. Books & Awards: Manual Internacional de Derechos Humanos (with T. Buergenthal & P. Nikken), 1990; Manual de Derecho Internacional Publico (with T. Buergenthal, H.G. Espiell & H.G. Maier), 1994; Outstanding Dean of the Year, National Ass for Public Interest Law, 2000; Chapultepec Grand Prize for Protecting and Preserving Freedom of Expression and of the Press, Inter Am. Press Ass, 2001; The Int'l Dimension of Human Rts. (with R. Goldman, C. Martin & D. Rodriguez-Pinzon), 2001. Member: Inter-Am. Inst. for Human Rts.; AALS; ASIL. Consultantships: Mem., UN Committee against Torture, since 2003; Mem., Committee for the Control of Interpol's Files, since 2005; Chair, UN Committee against Torture, since 2008.

Claudio Grossman (American University, Washington College of Law)
Session: International Cooperation to Create Opportunities for Students*
Bio: GROSSMAN, CLAUDIO, (M) Dean, Prof., & Raymond I. Geraldson Scholar for Int'l & Hum. Law. American. b.1947. Licenciado en Ciencias Juridicas, 1971, Univ. of Chile; Dr in de Rechtsgeleerdheid, 1980, Univ. of Amsterdam. Assoc. Prof., Univ. of Utrecht Netherlands, 1974-1980; Prof., Twente Univ. Netherlands, 1980-1983; Director, Int'l Legal Studies Prog. Am. Univ. , 1983-1993; Acting Dean, Am. Univ. Washington Coll. of Law, 1993-1994; Dean, Am. Univ. Washington Coll. of Law, Since 1995. Subjects: Human Rights; International Law; International Organizations. Books & Awards: Manual Internacional de Derechos Humanos (with T. Buergenthal & P. Nikken), 1990; Manual de Derecho Internacional Publico (with T. Buergenthal, H.G. Espiell & H.G. Maier), 1994; Outstanding Dean of the Year, National Ass for Public Interest Law, 2000; Chapultepec Grand Prize for Protecting and Preserving Freedom of Expression and of the Press, Inter Am. Press Ass, 2001; The Int'l Dimension of Human Rts. (with R. Goldman, C. Martin & D. Rodriguez-Pinzon), 2001. Member: Inter-Am. Inst. for Human Rts.; AALS; ASIL. Consultantships: Vice Chair, UN Committee against Torture, 2003-08; Mem., UN Committee against Torture, since 2003; Mem., Committee for the Control of Interpol's Files, since 2005; Chair, UN Committee against Torture, since 2008.

Claudio Grossman (American University, Washington College of Law)
Session: Comparative Law, Co-Sponsored by Sections on Africa, International Legal Exchange, Post-Graduate Legal Education, and Women in Legal Education
Bio: GROSSMAN, CLAUDIO, (M) Dean, Prof., & Raymond I. Geraldson Scholar for Int'l & Hum. Law. American. b.1947. Licenciado en Ciencias Juridicas, 1971, Univ. of Chile; Dr in de Rechtsgeleerdheid, 1980, Univ. of Amsterdam. Assoc. Prof., Univ. of Utrecht Netherlands, 1974-1980; Prof., Twente Univ. Netherlands, 1980-1983; Director, Int'l Legal Studies Prog. Am. Univ. , 1983-1993; Acting Dean, Am. Univ. Washington Coll. of Law, 1993-1994; Dean, Am. Univ. Washington Coll. of Law, Since 1995. Subjects: Human Rights; International Law; International Organizations. Books & Awards: Manual Internacional de Derechos Humanos (with T. Buergenthal & P. Nikken), 1990; Manual de Derecho Internacional Publico (with T. Buergenthal, H.G. Espiell & H.G. Maier), 1994; Outstanding Dean of the Year, National Ass for Public Interest Law, 2000; Chapultepec Grand Prize for Protecting and Preserving Freedom of Expression and of the Press, Inter Am. Press Ass, 2001; The Int'l Dimension of Human Rts. (with R. Goldman, C. Martin & D. Rodriguez-Pinzon), 2001. Member: Inter-Am. Inst. for Human Rts.; AALS; ASIL. Consultantships: Vice Chair, UN Committee against Torture, 2003-08; Mem., UN Committee against Torture, since 2003; Mem., Committee for the Control of Interpol's Files, since 2005; Chair, UN Committee against Torture, since 2008.

Alex Guerrero (New York University School of Law)
Session: Scholarship

Jennifer A. Gundlach (Hofstra University School of Law)
Session: Law and Mental Disability

Michael D. Guttentag (Loyola Law School )
Session: Securities Regulations
Bio: GUTTENTAG, MICHAEL, D. (M) Professor Loyola, LA. BA, 1982; MBA, 1987, Harvard; JD, 1988, Yale. Admitted: CA, 1991. V.P., City Search Pasadena CA, 1998-1999; Pres., Digital Coast Roundtable L.A., 1999-2000; Sr. V.P., eCompanies Santa Monica CA, 1999-2000; Olin Scholar, Southern Cal., 2002-2003; Doctoral Fel., RAND Corp. Santa Monica CA, 2004-2005; Assoc. Prof., Nevada Las Vegas, 2005 - 2008; Assoc. Prof., Loyola Law Sch. - L.A., 2008 - Pres. Subjects: Business Associations; Commercial Law; Corporate Finance; Law & Economics; Securities Regulation.

John Haberstroh (Northwestern University School of Law)
Session: Legal Writing, Reasoning and Research and Teaching Methods Joint Program
Bio: HABERSTROH, JOHN, Clin. Ass't Prof., ESL Coord'r Northwestern. BA, 1979, Cal., Berkeley; MA, 1993, Penn St.; JD, 2003, SUNY-Buffalo. EAP Asst. Coordi'r, Lakeland Coll. Japan, 2003-2005; ESL Coordi'r & Clin. Asst. Prof., Northwestern Univ. Chgo., Since 2005. Subjects: Legal Research & Writing.

Phoebe A. Haddon (Temple University, James E. Beasley School of Law)
Session: Women in Legal Education
Bio: HADDON, PHOEBE, A. (F) Prof. Temple. b.1950. BA, 1972, Smith Coll.; JD, 1977, Duquesne; LLM, 1985, Yale. Ed.-in-Ch., Duq. L. Rev. Admitted: PA, 1977; DC, 1979. Clerk, Hon. Joseph F. Weis Jr. Pittsburgh PA, 1977-1979; Assoc., Wilmer Cutler & Pickering DC, 1979-1981; Ass't Prof., Temple, 1981-1984; Assoc. Prof., 1984-1993; Dep. Exec. Dir., Redev. Auth. of City of Phila. PA, 1986-1988; Prof., Temple, Since 1993. Subjects: Constitutional Law; Constitutional Remedies (S); Jurisprudence (S); Products Liability; Race & Ethnicity & the Law (S); Torts. Books & Awards: Const'l Law Anthology (with Glennon, Lively, Weaver & Roberts), 2d ed., 1997; Tort Law: Cases, Materials, Problems (with Phillips, Terry, Maraist, McClellan & Galligan), 3d ed., 2001; Const'l Law: Cases, Hist. & Dialogues (with Lively, Weaver & Roberts), 1996 & supps., (with Araiza & Roberts), 3d ed., 2006; Tort Law: Perspectives, Cases & Problems (with Terry, et al.), 2007. Member: ALI; AALS (Exec. Com., 1996-98, Resource Corps., 1996, Prof'l Dev. Com.). Consultantships: Bd. of Gov'rs, SALT, 1984-89, since 1990, Co-Pres., 1998-00; Mem., Comm. on Multidisciplinary Prac., ABA, 1998-00, Bd. of Trustees, Smith Coll., 1999, Coun. on Legal Educ. & Adm. to the Bar, since 2004.

James Hambleton (Texas A&M University School of Law)
Session: Law Libraries
Bio: HAMBLETON, JAMES, Assoc. Dean, Budget & Plng. & Prof. Texas Wesleyan. b.1947. BA, 1969, Middlebury Coll.; MALS, 1971, Michigan; JD, 1978, Geo. Wash. Bk. Rev. Ed., J. of Int'l L. & Econ. Admitted: TX, 1979. Head, Public Servs. Library Univ. of Texas, 1978-1981; Dir., St. Law Library Austin, 1981-1987; Mgr., Legal Info. Resources Haynes & Boone Dallas, 1987-1990; Exec. Dir., Library Dallas/Fort Worth Sch. of Law Irving, 1990-1992; Exec. Dir., Library Texas Wesleyan, 1992-1999; Assoc. Dean, Budget & Plng. & Prof. Texas Wesleyan, Since 2001. Subjects: Advanced Legal Research (S); Legal Writing. Books & Awards: A Reference Guide to Texas Law and Legal Hist. (Ed. with K. Gruben), 1987. Member: AALL (Exec. Bd., 1990-93).

Neil D. Hamilton (Drake University Law School)
Session: Open Source
Bio: HAMILTON, NEIL, D. (M) Dwight D. Opperman Chair, Prof. & Dir., Agric. Law Cntr. Drake. b.1954. BS, 1976, Iowa St.; JD, 1979, Iowa. Admitted: IA, 1979. Ass't Att'y Gen., IA Dep't of Just. Des Moines, 1979-1981; Ass't Prof., Ark. Fayetteville, 1981-1983; Assoc. Prof. & Dir., Agric. Law Cntr., 1983-1987; Prof. & Dir., Agric. Law Cntr. Drake, Since 1987. Subjects: Agricultural Law; Environmental Regulation of Agriculture; Land Use Planning; Legislation. Books & Awards: What Farmers Need to Know About Envt'l Law, 1990; A Livestock Producer's Legal Guide to: Nuisance, Land Use Control and Envt'l Law, 1992; A Farmer's Legal Guide to Production Contracts, 1995; The Legal Guide to Direct Farm Marketing, 1999. Member: World Union of Agric'l Law Profs. (Bd. of Dirs. & V.P.).; Am. Agric. Law Ass'n (Pres., 1991-92); COIF. Consultantships: Adv'y Bd., Leopold Cntr. for Sustainable Agric., 1987-08; Bd. of Dirs., IA Natural Heritage Fdn., since 1991; Bd. of Dirs., Seed Savers Exchange, since 1997; Chair, IA Food Policy Com., 2000-07.

Neil D. Hamilton (Drake University Law School)
Session: Africa, Co-Sponsored by Section on Minority Groups*
Bio: HAMILTON, NEIL, D. (M) Dwight D. Opperman Chair of Law; Director, Agricultural Law Center; Prof. of Law Drake. b.1954. BS, 1976, Iowa St.; JD, 1979, Iowa. Admitted: IA, 1979. Ass't Att'y Gen., IA Dep't of Just. Des Moines, 1979-1981; Ass't Prof., Ark. Fayetteville, 1981-1983; Assoc. Prof. & Dir., Agric. Law Cntr., 1983-1987; Prof. & Dir., Agric. Law Cntr. Drake, Since 1987. Subjects: Agricultural Law; Environmental Regulation of Agriculture; Land Use Planning; Legislation. Books & Awards: What Farmers Need to Know About Envt'l Law, 1990; A Livestock Producer's Legal Guide to: Nuisance, Land Use Control and Envt'l Law, 1992; A Farmer's Legal Guide to Production Contracts, 1995; The Legal Guide to Direct Farm Marketing, 1999. Member: World Union of Agric'l Law Profs. (Bd. of Dirs. & V.P.).; Am. Agric. Law Ass'n (Pres., 1991-92); COIF. Consultantships: Bd. of Dirs., IA Natural Heritage Fdn., since 1991; Bd. of Dirs., Seed Savers Exchange, since 1997; Chair, IA Food Policy Com., 2000-07; Adv'y Bd., Leopold Cntr. for Sustainable Agric., 1987-08.

Mr. Helaman S. Hancock (Coeur D'Alene Tribe)
Session: Indian Nations and Indigenous Peoples*

Cheryl Hanna (Vermont Law School)
Session: Presidential Program II - Transformative Teaching and Institution-Building
Bio: HANNA, CHERYL, (F) Prof. Vermont. b.1966. JD, 1992, Harvard; BA, 1988, Kalamazoo Coll. Admitted: MD, 1992; MA, 1993. VT Leadership Inst., Snelling Cntr. for Gov't, Vermont, 2002. Admin. Dir., MD Clinton-Gore MD Democratic Campaign Balt., 1992; Ass't St.'s Att'y, Balt. City St.'s Att'y Balt., 1993-1994; Instr., Legal Writing Vermont, 1994-1995; Ass't Prof., Legal Writing, 1995-1996; Vis. Ass't Prof., 1996-1997; Ass't Prof., 1997-1999; Prof., Since 1999. Subjects: Constitutional Law; Criminal Law (S); Criminal Law; Evidence; Jurisprudence. Member: Phi Beta Kappa; Law & Soc. Ass'n; AALS (Chair, Law & Social Sci., since 1998). Consultantships: Chair, VT Equal Access & Fairness in the Cts.; Mem., VT Gender Bias Comm., since 1995; Mem., Jud'l Coll. of VT, since 2001.

H. Reese Hansen (Brigham Young University, J. Reuben Clark Law School)
Session: Second Meeting of AALS House of Representatives
Bio: HANSEN, H. REESE, (M) Howard W. Hunter Prof. Brigham Young. b.1942. BS, 1964, Utah St. Univ.; JD, 1972, Utah. Note Ed., Utah L. Rev. Admitted: UT, 1972. Att'y, Strong Poelman & Fox Salt Lake City, 1972-1974; Adj. Prof., Brigham Young, 1973-1974; Ass't Prof., 1974-1976; Assoc. Dean, 1974-1989; Assoc. Prof., 1976-1979; Prof., Since 1979; Acting Dean, 1989-1990; Dean, 1990-2004; Howard W. Hunter Prof., Brigham Young Univ., Since 2006. Subjects: Estate & Gift Taxation; Estate Planning; Estates; Trusts. Books & Awards: Idaho Probate Sys. (with Crapo & Neeleman), 1977; Just. of the Peace Manual for the St. of Utah, 1978; Cases and Text on the Law of Trusts (with Bogart, Oaks & Neeleman), 7th ed., 2001; Utah Probate Sys. (with Neeleman), 1977, 2d ed., 2005; Cases and Text on the Law of Trusts (with Bogart, Oaks & Neeleman), 8th ed., 2008. Member: Phi Kappa Phi; COIF; AALS (Accred. Com., 1995-98, Chair, Sect. for Law Sch. Deans, 1996, Library & Tech. Com., 1999-01, Nominating Coms., 2002, Exec. Com., 2006-08, President-elect 2009). Consultantships: Exec. Com., Sect. on Prelegal Educ. & Adm. to Law Sch., 1980-85; Bd. of Trustees, LSAC, 1981-87; Comm'r, Nat'l Conf. of Comm'rs on Unif. St. Laws, 1988-92.

H. Reese Hansen (Brigham Young University, J. Reuben Clark Law School)
Session: AALS Workshop and Continental Breakfast for 2009 and 2010 Section Officers
Bio: HANSEN, H. REESE, (M) Howard W. Hunter Prof. Brigham Young. b.1942. BS, 1964, Utah St. Univ.; JD, 1972, Utah. Note Ed., Utah L. Rev. Admitted: UT, 1972. Att'y, Strong Poelman & Fox Salt Lake City, 1972-1974; Adj. Prof., Brigham Young, 1973-1974; Ass't Prof., 1974-1976; Assoc. Dean, 1974-1989; Assoc. Prof., 1976-1979; Prof., Since 1979; Acting Dean, 1989-1990; Dean, 1990-2004; Howard W. Hunter Prof., Brigham Young Univ., Since 2006. Subjects: Estate & Gift Taxation; Estate Planning; Estates; Trusts. Books & Awards: Idaho Probate Sys. (with Crapo & Neeleman), 1977; Just. of the Peace Manual for the St. of Utah, 1978; Cases and Text on the Law of Trusts (with Bogart, Oaks & Neeleman), 7th ed., 2001; Utah Probate Sys. (with Neeleman), 1977, 2d ed., 2005; Cases and Text on the Law of Trusts (with Bogart, Oaks & Neeleman), 8th ed., 2008. Member: Phi Kappa Phi; COIF; AALS (Accred. Com., 1995-98, Chair, Sect. for Law Sch. Deans, 1996, Library & Tech. Com., 1999-01, Nominating Com., 2002, Exec. Com., 2006-08, President-elect 2009; Pres. 2010). Consultantships: Exec. Com., Sect. on Prelegal Educ. & Adm. to Law Sch., 1980-85; Bd. of Trustees, LSAC, 1981-87; Comm'r, Nat'l Conf. of Comm'rs on Unif. St. Laws, 1988-92.

Mr. Jeff Hanson
Session: Plenary II

Michelle M. Harner (University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law)
Session: Creditors' and Debtors' Rights*
Bio: HARNER, MICHELLE, M. (F) Assoc. Prof. Maryland. BA, 1992, Boston Coll.; JD, 1995, Ohio St. Exec. Ed., Ohio St. L.J. Admitted: OH, 1995; IL, 2002. Clerk, Hon. Wiliam T. Bodoh U.S. Bkrptcy. Ct. N.D. OH Youngstown, 1995-1996; Assoc., Brouse & McDowell Akron OH, 1997; Assoc., Jones Day Chgo. & Cleve. 1996-97, 1998-2004; Part., Jones Day Chgo., 2005-2006; Ass't Prof., Nebraska, Since 2006. Subjects: Business Associations; Corporate Finance; Creditors' & Debtors' Rights; Professional Responsibility. Member: Order of the COIF.

Cheryl I Harris (University of California, Los Angeles School of Law)
Session: Hot Topic Program: Reading Ricci: The Impact of the New Haven Firefighters Case
Bio: HARRIS, CHERYL, I. (F) Prof. Rosalinde and Arthur Gilbert Chair in Civil Rts. and Civil Liberties U.C.L.A. BA, 1973, Wellesley Coll.; JD, 1978, Northwestern. Admitted: IL, 1978; IL, 1979. Sr. Att'y, Corp. Counsel, Chicago, Illinois, 1984 - 1988; First Assistant General Att'y, Chgo. Park Dist., Chicago, Illinois, 1988 - 1990; Ass't Prof. , Chicago-Kent Coll. of Law, 1990 - 1996; Vis. Prof., UCLA Sch. of Law, 1995 - 1997; Prof. , Chicago-Kent Coll. of Law, 1996 - 1998; Professor, UCLA Sch. of Law, 1998 - Pres. Subjects: Civil Rights; Constitutional Law; Critical Race Theory; Employment Discrimination; Race Conscious Remedies (S). Books & Awards: 2005, ACLU Southern California Distinguished Professor for Civil Rights.Member: Am. Studies Ass'n. Consultantships: Co-Chair Bd. of Directors, National Conference of Black Lawyers, 1990-93; Consultant, Selection Com. Mem., Prog. in Peace & Int'l Dev., MacArthur Fdn., 1994-00; Adv'y Bd., Bunche Center for Afro-American Studies UCLA, since 1998; Exec. Com., Am. Studies Ass'n, 2002-05; Bd. of Dirs., ACLU Southern California, 2002-06.

Jeffrey L. Harrison (University of Florida Fredric G. Levin College of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: Emotions and Behavior*
Bio: HARRISON, JEFFREY, L. (M) Stephen C. O'Connell Chair & Prof. Univ. of Florida. BSBA, 1967; MBA, 1968; PhD, 1970, Univ. of Florida; JD, 1977, Univ. of No. Car. Staff, N.C.L. Rev. Admitted: TX, 1979. Fellow, . Assoc. Prof. of Econ., Univ. of No. Car. Greensboro, 1970-1978; Assoc. Prof., Houston, 1978-1981; Prof., 1981-1984; Vis. Prof., Univ. of Florida, 1983-1984; Prof., Since 1984; Vis. Prof., Univ. of No. Car., 1987; Vis. Prof., Univ. of Lieden Netherlands, 1990; Vis. Prof., Univ. of Texas, 1992-1993. Subjects: Antitrust (S); Antitrust; Contracts; Copyright; Law and Economics (S); Regulated Industries. Books & Awards: Monopsony: Antitrust Law and Economics (with Blair), 1993; Understanding Antitrust Law and its Economic Implications (with E.T. Sullivan), 4th ed., 2003; Law and Economics in a Nutshell, 3d ed., 2003; Regulation and Deregulation (with Morgan & Verkuil), 2004. Member: Omicron Delta Epsilon; COIF; Soc. for Advmt. of Socioecon. Consultantships: Bd. of Eds., The Jour. of Socioecon., since 2002.

Daniel L. Hatcher (University of Baltimore School of Law)
Session: Family and Juvenile Law, Co-Sponsored by Sections on Children and the Law, Poverty Law, Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Issues, Women in Legal Education*
Bio: HATCHER, DANIEL, L. (M) Ass't Prof. Baltimore. b.1967. BBA, 1991, Univ. of Texas-Arlington; JD, 1996, Univ. of Va. Admitted: IN, 1996; MD, 1998. Assoc., Baker & Daniels Ft. Wayne IN, 1996-1997; Staff Att'y, Legal Aid Bur. MD, 1997-2000; Sr. Staff Att'y, Children's Defense Fund DC, 2000-2001; Ass't Dir., Advocacy for Public Benefits & Econ. Stability Legal Aid Bur. MD, 2002-2004; Ass't Prof., Baltimore, Since 2004. Subjects: Civil Advocacy Clinic; Contracts II; Health Care Law; Law & Poverty Seminar (S). Consultantships: Facilitator & Chair, Wkgrp. on Chld Support Arrears Mgt., MD Dep't of Human Resources, 2002-03; Mem., Balt. Urban Partnership for Welfare Reform, 2003-04; Mem., Steering Com., Coalition to Protect MD's Children, since 2007; Bd. Mem., Homeless Persons Representation Project, since 2008.

Penelope A. Hazelton (University of Washington School of Law)
Session: Law Libraries
Bio: HAZELTON, PENELOPE, A. (F) Assoc. Dean, Library & Computing Servs. & Prof. Wash., Seattle. b.1947. BA, 1969, Linfield Coll.; JD, 1975, Lewis & Clark; MLL, 1976, Wash., Seattle. Arts. Ed., Envtl. L. Admitted: WA, 1975. Assoc. Librarian, Maine, 1976-1978; Assoc. Prof., 1976-1981; Librarian, 1978-1981; Ass't Librarian, Res. Servs. U.S. Sup. Ct. DC, 1981-1985; Acting Librarian, 1985; Librarian, Wash. Seattle, Since 1985; Prof., Since 1985; Assoc. Dean, Library & Computing Servs., Since 2002. Subjects: Legal Research; Native American Law (S). Books & Awards: Dist. Alumnus, Univ. of Wash. Grad. Sch. of Library & Info. Servs., 1992; Computer Assisted Legal Research: The Basics, 1993; AALL Joseph L. Andrews Bibliographical Award, 1997; Specialized Legal Res. (Gen. Ed.), 2001; Washington Legal Researcher's Deskbook (with Franklin, Hemmens, Hyatt, Jarrett, McMurrer, Nyberg & Whisner, 3d ed., 2002; Frederick Charles Hicks Award for Outstanding Contribs. to Acad. Law Librarianship, 2005. Member: Law Librarian's Soc. of DC (Exec. Bd., 1984, V.P./Pres.-elect, 1985).; AALL (Exec. Bd., 1984-87, Pres., 1990-91). Consultantships: Consult., Mich. St.-Detroit Coll., 2000-01; Consult., Marquette Law Sch. Library, since 2002; Consult., Georgetown Law Cntr. Library, since 2004.

Joan M. Heminway (University of Tennessee College of Law)
Session: Roundtable Discussion on Comparative Scholarship
Bio: HEMINWAY, JOAN, M. (F) Assoc. Prof. Tennessee. b.1961. AB, 1982, Brown; JD, 1985, New York Univ. Res. & Writing Editor, Moot Ct. Jour. Admitted: MA, 1985; TN, 2000. Assoc., Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP, Boston, 1985-1993; Counsel, Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP, Boston, 1993-2000; Assoc. Prof., Tennessee, Since 2000. Subjects: Business Associations; Corporate Finance (S); Representing Enterprises (S); Securities Regulation. Books & Awards: Martha Stewart's Legal Troubles, 2007; Bus. Enterprises: Legal Structures, Governance, and Policy , 2008. Member: The Hamilton Burnett Am. Inn of Ct; A.L.I. Consultantships: V-Chair, Corp. Law Com., Boston Bar Ass'n, 1998-99, Chair, 1999-00; New TN LLC Act Task Force, TN Bar Ass'n, 2004-06; Exec. Com., Bus. Law Sect., TN Bar Ass'm, since 2006.

Mr. Timothy M Henderson (Holland & Hart)
William D. Henderson (Indiana University Maurer School of Law)
Session: for the Law School Dean - Workshop for Deans-only
Bio: HENDERSON, WILLIAM, D. (M) Assoc. Prof. Ind., Maurer. b.1962. BA, 1997, Case Western Res.; JD, 2001, Univ. of Chgo. Comment Ed., U. Chi. L. Rev. Admitted: IN, 2003. Clerk, Hon. Richard D. Cudahy U.S.C.A. 7th Cir., 2001-2002; Vis. Assoc. Prof., Chicago-Kent, 2002-2003; Assoc. Prof., Ind. Bloomington, Since 2003. Subjects: Business Associations; Securities Regulation.

William D. Henderson (Indiana University Maurer School of Law)
Session: Minority Groups
Bio: HENDERSON, WILLIAM, D. (M) Assoc. Prof. Ind., Maurer. b.1962. BA, 1997, Case Western Res.; JD, 2001, Univ. of Chgo. Comment Ed., U. Chi. L. Rev. Admitted: IN, 2003. Clerk, Hon. Richard D. Cudahy U.S.C.A. 7th Cir., 2001-2002; Vis. Assoc. Prof., Chicago-Kent, 2002-2003; Assoc. Prof., Ind. Bloomington, Since 2003. Subjects: Business Associations; Securities Regulation.

Dean Aalt Willem Heringa (University of Maastricht)
Ernesto A. Hernández-Lopez (Chapman University Dale E. Fowler School of Law)
Session: Poster Presentations Sponsored by Section on Minority Groups
Bio: HERNÁNDEZ-LOPEZ, ERNESTO, A. (M) Assoc. Prof. Chapman. b.1972. BA, 1994, Univ. of Texas; MA, 1996, Georgetown; JD, 2001, Geo. Wash. Admitted: NY, 2002. Assoc., Stephen Jeffries & Assocs. NYC, 2002-2004; Ass't Prof., Chapman, 2005 - 2008; Assoc. Prof., Chapman Univ. Sch. of Law, 2008 - Pres. Subjects: Contracts; Corporations; Immigration Law. Consultantships: Inter-Am. Affrs. Com., Ass'n of the Bar of NYC, 2004-05; Immig. Policy Adv'y Coun., Hispanic Nat'l Bar Ass'n, 2004-05; Scholarship Com., Orange Cty. Hispanic Bar Ass'n, 2006-08.

Mr. Damon Hewitt (NAACP Legal Defense Fund, Inc.)
Session: Civil Rights*

Laura A. Heymann (William & Mary Law School)
Session: Law and the Humanities
Bio: HEYMANN, LAURA, (F) Ass't Prof. Wm. & Mary. b.1969. BA, 1991, Yale; JD, 1997, Cal., Berkeley. Bk. Rev. Ed., Calif. L. Rev. Admitted: MD, 1997; DC, 1999; VA, 2000. Clerk, Hon. Patricia M. Wald U.S.C.A. DC Cir., 1997-1998; Assoc., Wilmer Cutler & Pickering DC, 1998-2000; Ass't Gen. Counsel, Am. Online Inc. Dulles VA, 2000-2003; Vis. Assoc. Prof. & Admin. Fellow in Intell'l Prop. Law Prog., Geo. Wash., 2003-2005; Ass't Prof., Wm. & Mary, Since 2005. Subjects: Computers & the Law (S); Computers & the Law; Copyright Law (Intellectual Property); Torts. Member: Order of the Coif.

Chris Higgins (University of Illinois College of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session II - Public Schools
Bio: HIGGINS, CHRIS, Illinois.

Julie A. Hill (University of Houston Law Center)
Session: Financial Institutions and Consumer Financial Services*
Bio: HILL, JULIE, A. Ass't Prof. Houston. BS, 1998, Southern Utah Univ.; JD, 2001, Brigham Young. Mng. Editor, BYU L. Rev. Admitted: UT, 2002; WY, 2002; DC, 2005. Clerk, Judge Wade Brorby, 10th Cir. Ct. of App., Cheyenne, WY, 2001 - 2004; Associate, Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP, Washington, D.C., 2004 - 2007; Ass't Prof., Univ. of Houston Law Cntr., 2007 - Pres. Subjects: Payment Systems; Regulation of Banking; Secured Financing.

Robert A. Hillman (Cornell Law School)
Session: Commercial and Related Consumer Law*
Bio: HILLMAN, ROBERT, A. Edwin H. Woodruff Prof. Cornell. b.1946. AB, 1969, Univ. of Rochester; JD, 1972, Cornell. Cornell L. Rev. Admitted: NY, 1973; IA, 1980. Clerk, Judge Edward C. McLean U.S.D.C. S.D. NY, 1972; Clerk, Judge Robert J. Ward U.S.D.C. S.D. NY, 1972-1973; Assoc., DeBevoise Plimpton Lyons & Gates NYC, 1973-1974; Assoc. Prof., Iowa, 1975-1978; Prof., 1978-1983; Vis. Prof., Cornell, 1982-1983; Prof., 1983-1997; Vis. Prof., Michigan, 1986; Assoc. Dean, Acad. Affrs. Cornell, 1990-1997; Edwin H. Woodruff Prof., Since 1997; Vis. Prof., Miami spring 1998, 2001. Subjects: Commercial Law; Contract Theory (S); Contracts; Introduction to Law; Selected Problems in Commercial Law (S). Books & Awards: Law: Its Nature, Functions and Limits (with others), 1986; The Richness of Contract Law, 1997, Paperback, 1998, Chinese ed., 2003; Principles of Contract Law, 2004; Contract and Related Obligation: Theory, Doctrine and Prac. (with Summers), 5th ed., 2006. Member: ALI (Rptr., Principles of Software Contracts, since 2004).; AALS (Chair, Contracts Conf., 1990, 2005, Chair, Com., Prof'l Dev., 2002-03). Consultantships: Consultative Grp., U.C.C., ALI, since 1989; Adv'y Bd., Contracts & Commercial Law Abstracts, Legal Scholarship Network, since 1998; Ed'l Bd., Jour. of Legal Educ., 1999-02.

Roderick Hills, Jr. (New York University School of Law)
Session: Constitutional Law
Bio: HILLS, RODERICK MALTMA, , JR. (M) William T. Comfort III Prof. New York Univ. b.1964. BA, 1987; JD, 1991, Yale. Ed.-in-Ch., Yale J.L. & Humanities. Admitted: IL, 1994. Clerk, Judge Patrick E. Higginbotham 5th Cir. Ct. of Apps. Dallas, 1991-1992; Instr., Colorado, 1992-1993; Att'y, Jean E. Dubofsky P.C. Boulder CO, 1993-1994; Ass't Prof., Michigan, 1994-1999; Prof., 1999-06[]h\1] Prof. Stanford, 2001; Prof., New York Univ., Since 2006. Subjects: Comparative Federalism (S); Conflict of Laws; Constitutional Law; Education Law; Land-Use Planning; Local Government; Race Class & Land (S). Consultantships: Cooperating Att'y, ACLU of MI.

Professor Chuma C. Himonga (University of Cape Town )
Laura Hines (University of Kansas School of Law)
Session: AALS Workshop and Continental Breakfast for 2009 and 2010 Section Officers
Bio: HINES, LAURA, Prof. Kansas. b.1965. AB, 1987, Brown Univ.; JD, 1991, Michigan. Note Ed., Mich. L. Rev. Admitted: MN, 1991; DC, 1992. Clerk, Ch. Judge Donald P. Lay U.S.C.A. 8th Cir. St. Paul, 1991-1992; Assoc., Arnold & Porter DC, 1993-1997; Vis. Prof., Michigan, 1996; Vis. Assoc. Prof., Kansas, 1997-1998; Assoc. Prof., 1998-2004; Prof., Since 2004. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Complex Litigation.

Art Hinshaw (Arizona State University Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law)
Session: Alternative Dispute Resolution, Co-Sponsored by Section on Professional Responsibility
Bio: HINSHAW, ART, Clin. Prof., Dir., Lodestar Dispute Resolu. Prog. Ariz. State. b.1966. AB, 1988, Wash., St. Louis; JD, 1993, Missouri; LLM, 2000, Missouri. J. of Disp. Res. Admitted: MO, 1993; KS, 1994; AZ, 2005. Subjects: Alternative Dispute Resolution; Clinical.

Mary H. Hoagland (Brigham Young University, J. Reuben Clark Law School)
Session: Concurrent Session I - Annual Giving/Alumni Relations
Bio: HOAGLAND, MARY, H. Ass't Dean, Career Servs. & Alumni Affrs. Brigham Young. BA, 1972, Brigham Young; MA, 1978, San Diego St. Univ.; JD, 1985, San Joaquin Coll. of Law; PHD, 2007, Brigham Young. Admitted: CA, 1985; UT, 1994. Subjects: Education Law; Professional Development Courses. Member: Golden Key Int'l Honour Soc.; Phi Kappa Phi. Consultantships: Exec. Com., J. Reuben Clark Law Soc., since 2001; Bd. of Dirs., NALP, 2004-06.

Professor James D. Hoefelmeyer (The University of South Dakota)
Session: Poster Presentations Sponsored by Committee on Sections & Annual Meeting

Lonny S. Hoffman (University of Houston Law Center)
Session: Civil Procedure, Co-Sponsored by Section on Litigation
Bio: HOFFMAN, LONNY, S. (M) George Butler Res. Prof. & Assoc. Prof. Houston. b.1967. BA, 1989, Columbia; JD, 1992, Univ. of Texas. Note Ed., Tex. L. Rev. Admitted: TX, 1992. Assoc. Att'y, Beck Redden & Secrest Houston, 1992-1996; Assoc. Att'y, Schlanger Mills Mayer & Grossberg Houston, 1996-1998; Vis. Ass't Prof., Cincinnati, 1999-2001; Ass't Prof., Houston, 2001-2004; Assoc. Prof., 2005-2006; Vis. Prof., Univ. of Texas, 2005-2006. Subjects: Federal Civil Procedure; State Civil Procedure. Books & Awards: Univ. Cincinnati Goldman Award for Excellence in Tchg., 1999-, 0; Univ. Houston Enron Tchg. Excellence Award, 2003-, 4. Consultantships: Mem. (ex officio), Litig. Coun., Litig. Sect., St. Bar of TX, since 2003; Adv'y Com., TX Sup. Ct., since 2006; Rptr., Task Force on Jury Assembly, 2006-07.

Thaddeus A. Hoffmeister (University of Dayton School of Law)
Session: New Law Professors
Bio: HOFFMEISTER, THADDEUS, A. (M) Ass't Prof. Dayton. b.1970. BA, 1995, Morgan St.; JD, 1998, Northeastern; LLM, 2002, Georgetown. Admitted: IN, 1998; CA, 2006. Att'y, JAG Army Korea, 1998-2002; Law Clerk, Judge Thompson NJ, 2002-2003; Counsel, Congress, 2003-2007. Subjects: Crim. Law Clinic; Criminal Law; Criminal Procedure; Legislation. Books & Awards: 4-year Merit Scholarship, 1991; 3-year Merit Scholarship, 1995.

Rebecca Hollander-Blumoff (Washington University in St. Louis School of Law)
Session: Alternative Dispute Resolution, Co-Sponsored by Section on Professional Responsibility
Bio: HOLLANDER-BLUMOFF, REBECCA, Assoc. Prof. Wash., St. Louis. AB, 1992, Harvard Coll.; JD, 1996, Harvard. Harv. Negotiation L. Rev ; Harv. Women's L. J. Admitted: NY, 1997. Jud. Clerk, Hon. Kimba M. Wood U.S.D.J. NYC, 1996-1997; Assoc., Lankler Siffert & Wohl LLP NYC, 1997-2000; Adj. Prof., Seton Hall, 2000-2002; Acting Ass't Prof., Lawyering Prog. New York Univ., 2002-2005; Res. Fel., Inst. for Jud. Admin. New York Univ., 2005-2006; Assoc. Prof., Wash. St. Louis, Since 2006. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Negotiation.

Christopher M. Holman (University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Law)
Session: Open Program on Biolaw
Bio: HOLMAN, CHRISOTPHER, M. (M) Assoc. Prof. Mo.-Kan. City. b.1962. BA, 1987, Cal. State, Hayward; PhD, 1993, Cal., Davis; JD, 1998, Cal., Berkeley. Berkeley Tech. L.J. Admitted: CA, 1998. Assoc., Pennie & Edmonds Palo Alto CA, 1998-1999; Ass't Prof., Cal. St. Hayward, 1999-2000; Assoc. Patent Counsel, Transgenomic Inc. San Jose CA, 2000-2001; Patent Counsel, Maxygen Inc. Redwood City CA, 2001-2002; V.P. of Intell'l Prop., PhyNexus Inc. San Jose CA, 2003-2005; Assoc. Prof., Mo.-Kan. City, Since 2005. Subjects: Antitrust; Intellectual Property; Law & Medicine; Law & Science (S); Products Liability. Member: Am. Intell'l Prop. Law Ass'n (Chair, Biotech in Cts. Subcom.).

Mr. Kyle Homstead (Chronicle Technologies)
Session: Presidential Program II - Transformative Teaching and Institution-Building

Jill R. Horwitz (The University of Michigan Law School)
Session: Torts and Compensation Systems
Bio: HORWITZ, JILL, R. (F) Prof. Michigan. MPP, 1994; JD, 1997, Harvard; BA, 1988, Northwestern; PhD, 2002, Yale. Harv. J. on Legis. Admitted: MA, 1997. Clerk, Hon. Norman Stahl U.S.C.A. 1st Cir. Concord NH, 1997-1998; Post-Doctoral Fel., Nat'l Bur. of Econ. Res. Cambridge MA, 2002-2003; Ass't Prof., Michigan, Since 2003. Subjects: Governance Workshop; Health Care Law; Law & Medicine; Nonprofit Organizations (S); Torts. Books & Awards: Acad. Health Best Dissertation Award, 2003; Nat'l Acad. of Social Ins. Heinz Dissertation Award, Hon. Mention, 2004. Member: Fac. Res., Nat'l Bureau of Econ. Res., since 2005; Acad. Health; Am. Law & Econ. Ass'n.

Oliver A. Houck (Tulane University School of Law)
Session: Hot Topic Program: The Katrina Litigation: On the Front Edge Of Civil, Constitutional and Environmental Law
Bio: HOUCK, OLIVER, A. (M) Prof. & Dir., Envt'l Law Cert. Prog. Tulane. b.1939. BA, 1960, Harvard; JD, 1967, Georgetown. Admitted: DC, 1968. Sgt., U.S.A. Korea, 1961-1964; Clerk, Hon. Tim Murphy Superior Ct. DC, 1967-1968; Ass't U.S. Att'y, U.S. Atty's Off. DC, 1968-1971; Gen. Counsel, Nat'l Wildlife Fed'n, 1971-1979; V.P., DC, 1979-1981; Assoc. Prof., Tulane, 1981-1986; Prof., Since 1986. Subjects: BioDiversity Law (S); Coastal Law (S); Comparative Environmental Law; Criminal Law; Criminal Procedure; Environmental Law; Natural Resources Law. Books & Awards: Best Present of All, 1975 (Nat'l Educ. Press Ass'n Award, 1975; A Place for the Children, 1976 (Nat'l Educ. Press Ass'n Award, 1976; The Silent War (N.O. Press Club Award, 1982; Biodiversity and the Law, 1996. Consultantships: Litig. Com., Envtl. Defense Fund, since 1983; Litig. Com., Defenders of Wildlife, since 1986.

Frank G. Houdek (Southern Illinois University School of Law)
Session: Committee on Libraries and Technology Program
Bio: HOUDEK, FRANK, G. (M) Assoc. Dean & Prof. Southern Illinois. b.1948. BA, 1971, U.C.L.A; JD, 1974, U.C.L.A; MLS, 1976, U.C.L.A. Admitted: CA, 1974. Ref. Librarian, L.A. Cty. Law Library CA, 1975-1979; Librarian, Lawler Felix & Hall L.A., 1979-1982; Assoc. Dir., Library & Adj. Ass't Prof. Southern Cal., 1982-1985; Assoc. Prof., Southern Illinois, 1985-1988; Librarian, 1985-2007; Prof., Since 1988; Assoc. Dean for Acad. Affrs., Since 2007. Subjects: Legal Research & Writing. Books & Awards: AALL Annual Meetings: An Annotated Index of the Recordings (with Goldner), 1989; Law for the Layman: An Annotated Bibliography of Self-Help Law Books, 1991; AALL Reference Bk., 1994; St. Prac. Materials: Annotated Bibliographies, 2002; The First Century: One Hundred Years of AALL History, 1906-2005, 2008. 1997, SIU School of Law Faculty 1996–1997 Award for Outstanding Public Service ; 2001, American Association of Law Libraries, Academic Law Libraries Special Interest Section 2001 Frederic.Member: Order of the Coif; AALL (Pres., 1996-97).; So. CA Ass'n of Law Libraries (Pres., 1981-82). Consultantships: Adv'y Bd., Integrated Legal Res., 1987-91; Ed'l Bd., Perspectives: Tchg. Legal Res. & Writing, 1992-2007, Ed., 1994-00; Ed., Law Library Journal, 1995-07.

Dr. John Howard (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)
Session: Labor Relations and Employment Law

Peter H. Huang (Temple University, James E. Beasley School of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: Emotions and Behavior*
Bio: HUANG, PETER, H. (M) Harold E. Kohn Prof. Temple. b.1958. AB, 1976, Princeton; JD, 1977, Stanford; SM, 1978, Harvard; PhD, 1984, Harvard. Admitted: CA, 1998. Economist, FTC DC, Washington, D.C., 1984-1985; Vis. Ass't Prof., Econ. Cal. Berkeley, 1989; Vis. Ass't Prof., Econ. U.C.L.A., 1990; Vis. Ass't Prof., Econ. Stanford, 1994; Ass't Prof., Pennsylvania, 1997-2004; Vis. Prof. & Olin Fel., Southern Cal., 2000; Assoc. Prof., Minnesota, 2004-2005; Prof., Temple, Since 2006; Mem., Sch. of Social Sci. Inst. for Adv'd Study Princeton, Princeton, 2005-2006. Subjects: Antitrust; Business Basics for Lawyers; Corporate Finance; Law & Economics; Law & Human Behavior Colloquium (S); Law & Popular Culture (S); Law, Emotions, & Neuroscience (S); Law, Happiness, & Subjective Well-Being (S); Securities Litigation & Enforcement; Securities Regulation. Books & Awards: Law & Popular Culture (with others), 2007. Member: Int'l Soc. for Res. on Emotions; AEA.; Soc. for Judgment and Decision Making; Phi Beta Kappa; Int'l Soc. for Quality-of-Life Studies ; Am. Law & Econ. Ass'n; Soc. for Neuroeconomics; Soc. for Empirical Legal Studies. Consultantships: Adv'y Bd., Derivatives Rpt., since 2000.

Nan D. Hunter (Georgetown University Law Center)
Session: Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Issues
Bio: HUNTER, NAN, D. (F) Prof. Georgetown. BA, 1971, Northwestern; JD, 1975, Georgetown. Admitted: DC, 1975; NY, 1982. Staff Counsel, Reproductive Freedom Proj. ACLU NYC, 1981-1986; Dir., AIDS & Lesbian & Gay Rts. Proj., 1986-1990; Assoc. Prof., Brooklyn, 1990-1999; Dep. Gen. Counsel, U.S. Dep't Health & Human Servs., 1993-1996; Vis. Prof., Harvard, 1998; Prof., Brooklyn, Since 1999; Director, Cntr. for Health Law & Policy, Since 2002; Prof., Georgetown Law, 2008 - Pres. Subjects: Civil Procedure; First Amendment; Health Law & Policy; Public Health Law; Sexuality, Gender & the Law. Books & Awards: AIDS Agenda: Emerging Issues in Civil Rts. (with Rubenstein), 1992; The Power of Proc., 2002; Sexuality, Gender and the Law (with Eskridge), 1997, 2d ed., 2004. Member: NY Acad. of Med. Consultantships: Mem., Presidential Adv'y Comm. on Consumer Protec. in Health Care, 1997-98; Legal Scholarship Dir., UCLA Law Williams Institute, since 2008.

Rebecca J. Huss (Valparaiso University School of Law)
Session: Animal Law*
Bio: HUSS, REBECCA, J. (F) Prof. Valparaiso. Juris Doctor, 1992, Richmond; LL.M. in Int'l and Comp. Law, 1995, Iowa; B.A. in Economics, 1989, Univ. of Northern Iowa. Univ. Richmond L. Rev. Admitted: WA, 1992; IA, 1995; MO, 1996; KS, 1996. Assoc. Att'y, Husch Blackwell Sanders, Kansas City, MO, 1996 - 1998; Attorney, Wyeth, Overland Park, KS, 1998 - 1999; Ass't Prof., Valparaiso, 1999-2002; Assoc. Prof., 2002-2004; Prof., Since 2004. Subjects: Alternative Dispute Resolution (Int'l Commercial Dispute Resolution); Corporations (Business Associations); Securities Regulation; UCC: Sales & Commercial Paper; UCC: Sales & Commercial Paper.

Darren Lenard Hutchinson (American University, Washington College of Law)
Session: Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Issues
Bio: HUTCHINSON, DARREN, LENARD (M) Prof. American. b.1968. BA, 1990, Pennsylvania; JD, 1993, Yale. Ed., Yale L. & Pol'y Rev. Admitted: NY, 1994. Clerk, Hon. Mary Johnson Lowe U.S.D.C. S.D.N.Y. NYC, 1994-1996; Assoc., Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton NYC 1993-94, 1996-1997; Ass't Prof., Southern Methodist, 1997-2003; Prof., American, Since 2003. Subjects: Constitutional Law; Critical Race Theory (S); Remedies.

Keith Norman Hylton (Boston University School of Law)
Session: Antitrust and Economic Regulation
Bio: HYLTON, KEITH, NORMAN (M) Prof. & Paul J. Liacos Scholar. Boston Uni. b.1960. AB, 1982, Harvard; PhD, 1986, M.I.T.; JD, 1989, Harvard. Ass't Prof., Northwestern, 1989-1992; Res. Fel., ABF Chgo., 1989-1992; Assoc. Prof., 1992-1995; Prof., Boston Univ., Since 1995. Subjects: Antitrust; Labor Law; Law & Economics; Torts. Member: Am. Law & Econ. Ass'n (Bd. of Dirs., 1998-01).; Am. Econ. Ass'n. Consultantships: Ed., Torts, Product Liability & Ins. Law Abstracts, since 1998.

Jonathan M. Hyman (Rutgers School of Law - Newark)
Session: Contracts
Bio: HYMAN, JONATHAN, M. (M) Prof. & Alfred C. Clapp Public Serv. Scholar. Rutgers - Newark. b.1943. AB, 1965, Harvard; LLB, 1968, Yale. Admitted: NY, 1968; IL, 1969; NJ, 1976. Spec. Projs. Div., Legal Aid Fdn. Chgo., 1968-1970; Staff Att'y, Northwestern, 1970-1973; Co-Dir., Legal Ass't Clinic & Vis. Ass't Prof., 1973-1975; Admin. Dir., Const. Litig. Clinic Rutgers Newark, 1975-1993; Of Counsel, Lowenstein Sandler Brochin Kohl Fisher Boylan & Meanor, 1982-1983; Vis. Prof., U.C.L.A., 1989. Subjects: Alternative Dispute Resolution; Constitutional Advocacy (S); Contracts; Federal Jurisdiction; Legal Clinics.

Mr. José Miguel Insulza (Organization of American States)
Session: AALS Committee on International Cooperation Luncheon*

David B. Jaffe (American University, Washington College of Law)
Session: Plenary III
Bio: JAFFE, DAVID, B. (M) Assoc. Dean, Student Affrs. American. b.1965. BA, 1987, Wash., St. Louis; JD, 1993, American. Admitted: MD, 1993; DC, 1995. Spec. Ass't to the Dean, American, 1993-1994; Dir., Alumni Rels., 1994-1997; Assoc. Dean, Student Affrs., Since 1997. Books & Awards: So. Am. Consumer Protection Laws (with Vaughn), 1996. Consultantships: Mem., DC Juv. Just. Adv'y Grp., 1995-02; Chair, Sect. on Student Servs., AALS, 2002-03; Comm'r, Montgomery Co. Juvenile Just. Comm., since 2006.

David B. Jaffe (American University, Washington College of Law)
Session: Law and Mental Disability
Bio: JAFFE, DAVID, B. (M) Assoc. Dean, Student Affrs. American. b.1965. BA, 1987, Wash., St. Louis; JD, 1993, American. Admitted: MD, 1993; DC, 1995. Spec. Ass't to the Dean, American, 1993-1994; Dir., Alumni Rels., 1994-1997; Assoc. Dean, Student Affrs., Since 1997. Books & Awards: So. Am. Consumer Protection Laws (with Vaughn), 1996. Consultantships: Mem., DC Juv. Just. Adv'y Grp., 1995-02; Chair, Sect. on Student Servs., AALS, 2002-03; Comm'r, Montgomery Co. Juvenile Just. Comm., since 2006.

Linda D. Jellum (Mercer University School of Law)
Session: Roundtable Discussion on Comparative Scholarship
Bio: JELLUM, LINDA, D. (F) Assoc. Prof. Mercer. BA, 1985, Cornell Univ.; Law, 1989, Cornell. Admitted: NY, 1989; CT, 1989; WA, 1993; NC, 2002; GA, 2003. Appellate Clerk, Hon. Paul J. Yesawich Cortland NY, 1989-1991; Legal Writing Instr., Seattle, 1991-1992; Acting Ass't Prof., Wash. Seattle, 1992-1993; Lead Att'y, Off. of the Att'y Gen. Seattle, 1994-1999. Subjects: Administrative Law; Business Associations; Business Drafting; Property; Statutory Interpretation. Books & Awards: Modern Statutory Interpretation: Problems, Theories, and Lawyering Strategies (with D. Hricik), 2006; Mastering Statutory Interpretation, 2008. Consultantships: Bd. Mem., Southeastern Association of Law Schools, 2007-10.

Conrad Johnson (Columbia University School of Law)
Session: Minority Groups
Bio: JOHNSON, CONRAD, (M) Clin. Prof. Columbia. b.1953. BA, 1975, Columbia; JD, 1978, Brooklyn. Admitted: NY, 1980. Staff Att'y, The Legal Aid Soc. Civil Div. NYC, 1978-1983; Att'y-in-Charge, Harlem Neighborhood Off., 1983-1987; Vis. Ass't Prof., CUNY at Queens, 1987-1988; Ass't Prof., 1988-1989; Vis. Assoc. Clin Prof., Columbia, 1989-1990; Dir., Fair Housing Clinic, 1989-2000; Assoc. Clin. Prof., 1990-1992; Acting Dir., Clin. Prog., 1992-1993; Clin. Prof., Since 1992; Dir., Clin. Progs., 1993-1996; Dir., Lawyering in the Digital Age Clinic, Since 2001. Subjects: Civil Rights (S); Clinical Teaching (S); Legal Profession; Technology & Practice. Member: CLEA (Bd. of Dirs., 1999-01); AALS (Com. on Curric. & Res., 2000-02); AALS/ABA/LSAC (Jt. Com. on Racial & Ethnic Diversity, since 2002). Consultantships: Legal Needs of Poor Com., NYC Ass'n of Bar, 1989-95; Mem., Mayor's Com. on the Judiciary, 1990-94; Mem., Kaye Comm. on Prof'l Educ., 1994-96.

Eric E. Johnson (University of North Dakota School of Law)
Session: Poster Presentations Sponsored by Section on Teaching Methods
Bio: JOHNSON, ERIC, E. Ass't Prof. North Dakota. Bachelor of Arts, Plan II Honors Prog., 1994, Univ. of Texas; Juris Doctor, 2000, Harvard. Admitted: CA, 2001. Subjects: Entertainment Law; Intellectual Property; Media & Entertainment Law; Patent Law; Sports Law; Torts; Trademarks, Unfair Competition, and Unfair Trade Practices.

Eric E. Johnson (University of North Dakota School of Law)
Session: Poster Presentations Sponsored by Section on Disability Law
Bio: JOHNSON, ERIC, E. Ass't Prof. North Dakota. Bachelor of Arts, Plan II Honors Prog., 1994, Univ. of Texas; Juris Doctor, 2000, Harvard. Admitted: CA, 2001. Subjects: Entertainment Law; Intellectual Property; Media & Entertainment Law; Patent Law; Sports Law; Torts; Trademarks, Unfair Competition, and Unfair Trade Practices.

Lyman P.Q. Johnson (Washington and Lee University School of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: The Relationship of Faith and Law: The Example of Corporate Law
Bio: JOHNSON, LYMAN P.Q., (M) Robert O. Bentley Prof. Wash. & Lee. b.1951. BA, 1973, Carleton; JD, 1978, Minnesota. Admitted: MN, 1978; VA, 1988. Part., Stacker & Ravich (now Robins Kaplan Miller & Ciresi) Mpls., 1978-1985; Vis. Prof., Wm. Mitchell, 1984-1985; Ass't Prof., Wash. & Lee, 1985-1989; Assoc. Prof., 1989-1992; Prof., Since 1992; Vis. Prof., St. Thomas Mpls., 2007. Subjects: Business Planning (S); Corporation Finance; Corportate Law; Securities Regulation. Books & Awards: 1973, phi beta kappa.Member: Phi Beta Kappa; ALI. Consultantships: Of Counsel, Stacker & Ravich, 1984-85.

Margaret E. Johnson (University of Baltimore School of Law)
Session: Poster Presentations Sponsored by Section on Clinical Legal Education
Bio: JOHNSON, MARGARET, E. (F) Ass't Prof. Baltimore. b.1966. BA, 1987, Dartmouth; JD, 1993, Wisconsin. Arts. Ed., Wis. L. Rev. Admitted: MA, 1995; DC, 1997; MD, 2006. Jud'l Clerk, Hon. Hector M. Laffitte U.S.D.C. Dist. of PR San Juan, 1993-1995; Women's Law & Public Policy Fellow & Staff Att'y, Wash. Lawyer's Com. for Civil Rts. & Urban Affrs. DC, 1995-1996; Assoc., Terris Pravlik & Wagner DC, 1996-1997; Sr. Assoc./Assoc., Kalijarvi Chuzi & Newman P.C. DC, 1997-2002; Prac.-in-Res. & Dir., Domestic Violence Clinic Am., 2002-2006; Ass't. Prof., Baltimore, Since 2006. Subjects: Employment Discrimination; Family Law Clinic (S); Property ; Sex-Based Discrimination. Books & Awards: AALS Bellow Scholar Award, 2005. Member: Order of the Coif. Consultantships: Ed'l Com., Women in the Law in MD, since 2007.

Nancy P. Johnson (Georgia State University College of Law)
Session: Law Libraries
Bio: JOHNSON, NANCY, P. (F) Librarian & Prof. Georgia State. b.1949. BA, 1971, Marycrest; MLS, 1972, Illinois; JD, 1986, Georgia St. Ref. Librarian, Univ. of Chgo., 1974-1976; Librarian & Assoc. Prof., Illinois, 1976-1982; Ref. Librarian, Georgia St., 1982-1986; Assoc. Prof., 1982-1991; Librarian, Since 1986; Prof., Since 1991. Subjects: Research & Writing. Books & Awards: Sources of Compiled Legis. Histories, 1979; Winning Res. Skills (with Berring & Woxland), 4th ed. rev., 2000; Legal Res. Exercises (with Phillips), 9th ed., 2005. Member: Exec. Bd., 1996-98); AALL (Acad. SIS, 1992-93; SIS Coun., 1993-94; ALLA (Pres., 1990-91). Consultantships: Mem., Depository Library Coun., Public Printer, Gov't Printing Off., 1980-83.

Twinette L. Johnson (Saint Louis University School of Law)
Session: Poster Presentations Sponsored by Section on Legal Writing, Reasoning and Research
Bio: JOHNSON, TWINETTE, L. (F) Ass't Prof. of Legal Writing, Assoc. Dir. Bar Preparation St. Louis. b.1974. BA, 1996, St. Louis; JD, 1999, Tulane. Admitted: NY, 2001; MO, 2003. Clerk, MO Sup. Ct. Jefferson City, 1999-2000; Assoc., Shearman & Sterling NYC, 2000-2002; Instr., Legal Res. & Writing St. Louis, Since 2003. Subjects: Legal Research & Writing.

Christine Jolls (Yale Law School)
Session: Hot Topic Program: Reading Ricci: The Impact of the New Haven Firefighters Case
Bio: JOLLS, CHRISTINE, (F) Gordon Bradford Tweedy Prof. of Law & Organization. Yale. b.1967. BA, 1989, Stanford; JD, 1993, Harvard; PhD, 1995, M.I.T. Admitted: MA, 1997. Jud. Clerk, Judge Stephen F. Williams U.S.C.A. DC Cir., 1995-1996; Jud. Clerk, Just. Antonin Scalia U.S. Sup. Ct., 1996-1997; Ass't Prof., Harvard 1994-95, 1997-2001; Prof., Harvard, 2001-2006; Prof., Yale, Since 2006. Subjects: Employment Law; Equality; Rationality; The Administrative State (S). Member: . Consultantships: Rptr., Restmt. of Emplymt. Law, 2001-06; Dir., Law and Economics Prog., Nat'l Bureau of Econ. Res., since 2006.

Cynthia Jones (American University, Washington College of Law)
Session: Criminal Justice*
Bio: JONES, CYNTHIA, Ass't Prof. American.

Mr. James W. Jones (Hildebrandt)
Session: for the Law School Dean - Workshop for Deans-only

Renee M. Jones (Boston College Law School)
Session: Business Associations*
Bio: JONES, RENEE, M. (F) Assoc. Prof. Boston Col. b.1965. JD, 1993, Harvard; AB, 1986, Princeton. Harv. L. Rev. Admitted: MA, 1993. Assoc., Hill & Barlow Boston, 1993-2002; Ass't Prof., Boston Coll., 2002-2007; Assoc. Prof., Boston Coll., Since 2007. Subjects: Corporate Governance (S); Corporations; Current Topics in Securities Regulation (S); Securities Regulation. Member: Am. Law Inst. Consultantships: House of Delegates, ABA, 1998-00; Ed'l Bd., Human Rts. Mag., since 2000; Co-Chair, Securities Law Com., Boston Bar Ass'n, 2003-05.

RonNell Andersen Jones (Brigham Young University, J. Reuben Clark Law School)
Session: Mass Communication Law
Bio: ANDERSEN JONES, RONNELL, Assoc. Prof. Brigham Young.

Emily E. Kadens (The University of Texas School of Law)
Session: Contracts
Bio: KADENS, EMILY, E. (F) Ass't Prof. Univ. of Texas. b.1970. BA, 1992, Univ. of Chgo.; Diplome, 1995, Catholic Univ. of Louvain; PhD, 2001, Princeton Univ.; JD, 2004, Univ. of Chgo. Admitted: IL, 2004. Clerk, Hon. Danny J. Boggs U.S.C.A. 6th Cir. Louisville KY, 2004-2005; Ass't Prof., Univ. of Texas, Since 2005. Subjects: Contracts; Legal History; Sales.

Jonathan Kahn (Hamline University School of Law)
Session: Open Program on Biolaw
Bio: KAHN, JONATHAN, Assoc. Prof. Hamline. b.1958. JD, 1988, Cal., Berkeley; PhD, 1992, Cornell. Assoc. Ed., Ecology L.Q. Admitted: CA, 1988. Vis. Assoc. Prof. of Soc. Studies, Harvard, 1999-2001; Sr. Res. Fel., U. Minnesota Cntr. for Bioethics, 2001-2004. Subjects: Constitutional Law; Law & Medicine; Torts. Books & Awards: Order of the Coif, 1988; Budgeting Democracy: State-Building and Citizenship in America, 1890-1928, 1997. Member: Soc. for the Social Studies of Sci.; Am. Soc. of Law, Med. & Ethics.; Law & Soc. Ass'n. Consultantships: Spec. Sect. Grant Rev'r, Nat'l Human Genome Res. Inst., since 2004.

Sital Kalantry (Cornell Law School)
Session: International Human Rights
Bio: KALANTRY, SITAL, (F) Assoc. Clin. Prof. Cornell. AB, 1994, Cornell; MSc, 1995, London Sch. of Econ.; JD, 1998, Pennsylvania. Assoc. Ed., J. Int'l Econ. L. Admitted: NY, 1999; DC, 2001. Assoc., Milbank Tweed NYC, 1998-2000; O'Melveny & Myers, LLP NYC & DC, 2001-2005; Lect., Cornell, Since 2006. Subjects: Human Rights. Consultantships: Mem, Human Rts. Com., NY Bar Ass'n, since 2005.

Anil Kalhan (Drexel University Thomas R. Kline School of Law)
Session: Open Program on Law and South Asian Studies*
Bio: KALHAN, ANIL, (M) Assoc. Prof. Drexel. AB, 1993, Brown Univ.; MPPM, 1999, Yale Univ.; JD, 1999, Yale. Yale L.J., ; Exec. Ed., Yale J. Int'l L. Admitted: NY, 2000. Clerk, Hon. Chester J. Straub U.S.C.A. 2d Cir. NYC, 2000-2001; Clerk, Hon. Gerard E. Lynch U.S.D.C. S.D. NY NYC, 2001-2002; Volunteer Att'y, Immig. Rts. Proj. ACLU NYC 2001, 2002; Assoc., Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton NYC 1999-00 2001, 2002-2004; Assoc.-in-Law, Columbia, 2004-2006; Vis Ass't Prof., Fordham, 2006 - 2008. Subjects: Comparative Constitutional Law; Criminal Law; First Amendment; Immigration Law; South Asian Legal Institutions (S). Consultantships: Int'l Hum. Rts. Cmte., Association of the Bar of the City of New York, 2001-04; Int'l Law Cmte., Association of the Bar of the City of New York, 2004-07.

Eileen M. Kane (Pennsylvania State University The Dickinson School of Law)
Session: Open Program on Biolaw
Bio: KANE, EILEEN, M. Prof. Penn State-Dickinson. BA, 1985, CUNY at Hunter Coll.; PhD, 1993, Cornell; JD, 1998, Fordham. Admitted: NY, 2000. Assoc., Baker Botts LLP NYC, 1998-2000; Ass't Prof., Penn St.-Dickinson, 2001-2007; Assoc. Prof., Since 2007. Subjects: Biotechnology Law; Evidence; Internet Law; Law and Science; Patent Law. Member: NY Acad. of Scis.; Am. Ass'n for the Advmt. of Sci.; U.S. Patent & Trademark Off. Registration.

David R. Katner (Tulane University School of Law)
Session: Children and the Law*
Bio: KATNER, DAVID, R. (M) Clin. Prof. & Felix J. Dreyfous Prof. of Clin. Law. Tulane. b.1955. BA, 1977; JD, 1980, Tulane. Admitted: LA, 1980. Dir., Trial Advocacy Tulane, 1980-1981; Part., Katner & Escher, Since 1980; Ass't Clin. Prof., Tulane, 1984-1987; Assoc. Clin. Prof., 1987-1991; Prof., Clin. Law, Since 1991. Subjects: Advanced Criminal Procedure; Law Clinic; Professional Responsibility; Trial Advocacy. Member: Nat'l Ass'n of Crim. Def. Lawyers; Ass'n of Trial Lawyers of Am. (ATLA); Nat'l Ass'n of Counsel for Children (Bd. of Dirs.). Consultantships: Consult., LA Children's Code Proj., 1987-92; Bd. of Dirs., New Orls. Legal Assist. Corp., since 1988; Bd. Mem., Jefferson Parish Juv. Servs. Adv'y Bd., 1991-93.

David R. Katner (Tulane University School of Law)
Session: Juvenile Justice and Child Welfare*
Bio: KATNER, DAVID, R. (M) Clin. Prof. & Felix J. Dreyfous Prof. of Clin. Law. Tulane. b.1955. BA, 1977, Tulane; JD, 1980, Tulane. Admitted: LA, 1980. Part., Katner & Escher, 1980 - 1987; Dir., Trial Advocacy Tulane, 1980-1981; Ass't Clin. Prof., Tulane, 1984-1987; Assoc. Clin. Prof., 1987-1991; Prof., Clin. Law, Since 1991. Subjects: Advanced Criminal Procedure; Evidence; Introd. to Forensic Child Psychiatry (S); Law Clinic; Professional Responsibility; Trial Advocacy. Member: Nat'l Ass'n of Crim. Def. Lawyers; Ass'n of Trial Lawyers of Am. (ATLA); Nat'l Ass'n of Counsel for Children (Bd. of Dirs.). Consultantships: Consult., LA Children's Code Proj., 1987-92; Bd. of Dirs., New Orls. Legal Assist. Corp., since 1988; Bd. Mem., Jefferson Parish Juv. Servs. Adv'y Bd., 1991-93.

Hattie Kaufman (The University of Alabama School of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session II - Public Schools
Bio: KAUFMAN, HATTIE, Assoc. Dean for Advmt. Alabama.

Professor Thomas M. Keck (Syracuse University Department of Political Science)
Session: AALS Executive Committee and Institute of Constitutional Studies Joint Program

Susan E Keller (Western State University College of Law)
Session: Academic Support*
Bio: KELLER, SUSAN, (F) Prof. Western State. b.1961. AB, 1983, Radcliffe Coll., Harvard; JD, 1986, Harvard; MFA, 2002, Cal., Irvine. Admitted: NJ, 1988. Clerk, NJ Sup. Ct. Oakhurst NJ, 1988-1989. Subjects: Property; Torts; Women & the Law.

Thomas A. Kelley (University of North Carolina School of Law)
Session: Nonprofit and Philanthropy Law*
Bio: KELLEY, THOMAS, A. (M) Assoc. Prof. Univ. of No. Ca. b.1961. AB, 1984, Harvard; JD, 1991, Northeastern. Admitted: MA, 1991; NC, 1995. Volunteer, Peace Corps Fandou-Berri Niger, 1986-1988; Jud. Clerk, Hon. J.D. Phillips 4th Cir. Ct. of App. Durham NC, 1991-1992; Assoc., Foley Hoag & Eliot Boston, 1992-1994; Dir., Community Progs. Cntr. for Documentary Studies Duke, 1994-1999; Legal Adv'r, Double Take Mag., 1994-1999; Co-Dir., Externship Prog. Univ. of No. Car., 1999-2002; Clin. Assoc. Prof., 1999-2005; Fac. Supv'r, Community Dev. Law Clinic, Since 2002; Clin. Prof., 2005-2006; Assoc. Prof., Since 2006. Subjects: Clinical Teaching; Professional Responsibility. Books & Awards: Fulbright Lecturing & Res. Award, 2003; Igniting the Flame Award for Creative Tchg., 2006. 2009, Chadbourn Award for excellence in academic scholarship.

Alicia B. Kelly (Widener University School of Law)
Session: Family and Juvenile Law, Co-Sponsored by Sections on Children and the Law, Poverty Law, Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Issues, Women in Legal Education*
Bio: KELLY, ALICIA, B. (F) Assoc. Prof. (Delaware). Widener. b.1968. JD, 1992, Temple; BA, 1989; LLM, 1999, Temple. Admitted: PA, 1992; CO, 1994. Assoc. Att'y, Hofstein & Widman P.C. Phila., 1992-1994; Assoc. Att'y, Feder Morris Tamblyn & Goldstein P.C. Denver, 1995-1996; Assoc. Att'y, Berryhill Cage & North P.C. Denver, 1996-1997; Abraham L. Freedman Tchg. Fellow & Lect., Temple, 1997-1999; Ass't Prof., Western St., 1999-2001; Assoc. Prof., Widener, Since 2001. Subjects: Family Law; Legal Profession; Property; Taxation, Federal; Trusts & Estates. Member: AALS chair-elect, Family Sect.; Exec. Com., Women in Legal Ed.).

Michael J. Kelly (Creighton University School of Law)
Session: National Security Law*
Bio: KELLY, MICHAEL, J. (M) Assoc. Dean for Int'l Programs; Prof. of Law Creighton. b.1968. BA, 1990, Ind., Bloomington; JD, 1994, Ind., Indpls.; LLM, 1996, Georgetown. Assoc. Editor, Ind. Int'l & Comp. L. Rev. Admitted: IN, 1994; IL, 1995. Att'y, Off. of Legal Counsel IN Dep't of Envt. Mgt. Indpls., 1994-1995; Dir., Legal Res. Writing & Advocacy Mich. St.-Detroit Coll., 1996-2001; Ass't Prof., Creighton, 2001-2004; Assoc. Prof., 2004-2006; Prof., Since 2006. Subjects: Comparative Constitutional Law (S); Environmental Law; European Union Law; International Criminal Law (S); International Environmental Law (S); International Law; Native American Law. Books & Awards: Equal Just. in the Balance: America's Legal Responses to the Emerging Terrorist Threat (with Mack), 2004; Nowhere to Hide: Defeat of the Sovereign Immunity Defense for Crimes of Genocide and the Trials of Slobodan Milosevic and Saddam Hussein, 2005; Bk. of the Yr. Award, L'Association Internionale De Droit Penal- U.S. Chap., 2006; Report on the Resolu. of Outstanding Prop. Claims Between Cuba & the U.S., 2007; Ghosts of Halabja: Saddam Hussein & the Kurdish Genocide, 2008. Member: ASIL; ; AIDP, U.S. Chap. Pres.; AALS, Chair Nat. Security Sec.; Int'l Assoc. of Genocide Scholars. Consultantships: Mem., Chgo. Bar Ass'n; Mem., ABA; Mem., IL St. Bar Ass'n, since 2001.

Michael J. Kelly (Creighton University School of Law)
Session: Comparative Law, Co-Sponsored by Section on National Security Law
Bio: KELLY, MICHAEL, J. (M) Assoc. Dean for Int'l Programs; Prof. of Law Creighton. b.1968. BA, 1990, Ind., Bloomington; JD, 1994, Ind., Indpls.; LLM, 1996, Georgetown. Assoc. Editor, Ind. Int'l & Comp. L. Rev. Admitted: IN, 1994; IL, 1995. Att'y, Off. of Legal Counsel IN Dep't of Envt. Mgt. Indpls., 1994-1995; Dir., Legal Res. Writing & Advocacy Mich. St.-Detroit Coll., 1996-2001; Ass't Prof., Creighton, 2001-2004; Assoc. Prof., 2004-2006; Prof., Since 2006. Subjects: Comparative Constitutional Law (S); Environmental Law; European Union Law; International Criminal Law (S); International Environmental Law (S); International Law; Native American Law. Books & Awards: Equal Just. in the Balance: America's Legal Responses to the Emerging Terrorist Threat (with Mack), 2004; Nowhere to Hide: Defeat of the Sovereign Immunity Defense for Crimes of Genocide and the Trials of Slobodan Milosevic and Saddam Hussein, 2005; Bk. of the Yr. Award, L'Association Internionale De Droit Penal- U.S. Chap., 2006; Report on the Resolu. of Outstanding Prop. Claims Between Cuba & the U.S., 2007; Ghosts of Halabja: Saddam Hussein & the Kurdish Genocide, 2008. Member: ASIL; ; AIDP, U.S. Chap. Pres.; AALS, Chair Nat. Security Sec.; Int'l Assoc. of Genocide Scholars. Consultantships: Mem., Chgo. Bar Ass'n; Mem., ABA; Mem., IL St. Bar Ass'n, since 2001.

Andrew Kent (Fordham University School of Law)
Session: Admiralty and Maritime Law, Co-Sponsored by Sections on Conflict of Laws, Constitutional Law, Federal Courts
Bio: KENT, ANDREW, (M) Assoc. Prof. Fordham. b.1971. AB, 1993, Harvard; JD, 1999, Yale. Admitted: NY, 2000; MA, 2004. Clerk, Hon. Carol Amon Bklyn., 1999-2000; Clerk, Hon. Robert Katzmann Newark, 2000-2001; Assoc., Sullivan and Cromwell New York, 2001-2004; Assoc., Wilmer Hale Boston, 2004-2005; Climenko Fel., Havard Cambridge, 2005-2007. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Constitutional Law; International Law; National Security Law. Member: Am. Soc'y of Int'l Law.

Drew L. Kershen (University of Oklahoma College of Law)
Session: Agricultural Law
Bio: KERSHEN, DREW, L. (M) Earl Sneed Cent'l Prof. Univ. of Oklahoma. b.1944. BA, 1966, Notre Dame; JD, 1968, Univ. of Texas; LLM, 1975, Harvard. Tex. L. Rev. Admitted: GA, 1969; OK, 1972. Priv. Prac., Atlanta, 1968-1969; Ass't Prof., Univ. of Oklahoma, 1971-1975; Fellow, Law & Humanities Harvard, 1973-1974; Assoc. Prof., Univ. of Oklahoma, 1975-1979; Vis. Assoc. Prof., Kansas, 1976; Vis. Prof., Illinois, 1979-1980; Prof., Univ. of Oklahoma, Since 1979. Subjects: Agricultural Law; Contracts; Legal History; Legal Profession; Water Rights. Books & Awards: Farm Products Financing and Filing Serv. (with Hardin), 1990. Member: Am. Agric. Law Ass'n (Bd. of Dirs., 1988-90, Pres., 1996).; COIF. Consultantships: Rptr., Okla. Univ. Jury Instructions-Crim., 1972-73; Mem., OK Water Law Adv'y Com., since 1989; Co-Rptr., Rev'd U.C.C. Art. 7, 2000-03.

Dr. Aaron S. Kesselheim, M.D. (Harvard School of Public Health)
Session: Law, Medicine and Health Care, Co-Sponsored by Section on Constitutional Law*

Daniel Kiel (The University of Memphis, Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law)
Session: Education Law
Bio: KIEL, DANIEL, (M) Ass't Prof. Memphis. b.1978. B.A. with High Honors, 2001, Univ. of Texas; J.D., 2004, Harvard. Admitted: MA, 2004; TN, 2005. Associate, Bingham McCutchen, Boston, MA, 2004 - 2005; Associate, Burch, Porter & Johnson, Memphis, TN, 2005 - 2007; Ass't Prof., The Univ. of Memphis, 2008 - Pres. Subjects: Education & Civil Rights; Legal Methods I and II; Property I; Property II; Remedies. Consultantships: Bd. Mem., Facing History and Ourselves, since 2006; Founding Steering Com. Mem., Common Ground Memphis, since 2008; Exec. Fac. Adv'y Com., Benjamin J. Hooks Institute for Social Change, since 2009.

Jason J. Kilborn (The John Marshall Law School)
Session: Creditors' and Debtors' Rights*
Bio: KILBORN, JASON, J. (M) Assoc. Prof. John Marshall. b.1972. BA, 1994, Univ. of No. Iowa; JD, 1996, Michigan. Note Editor, Michigan Law Rev. Admitted: NY, 1997; DC, 1999. Clerk, Hon. Walter K. Stapleton, Wilmington, DE, 1997-1998; Assoc., Wilmer Cutler & Pickering/Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton, Washington, D.C., and New York, NY, 1998-2000; Ass't Prof., L.S.U., 2000 - 2006; Vis. Ass't Prof., Univ. of North Dakota, 2006 - 2007; Assoc. Prof., John Marshall Law Sch., 2007 - Pres. Subjects: Bankruptcy; Corporations; Payment Systems; Secured Transactions. Books & Awards: Louisiana Security Devices—A Précis, 2006; Comp. Consumer Bkrptcy., 2007; Int'l Cooperation In Bkrptcy. and Insolvency Matters: On the Origins, Dev. and Future of Communication and Cooperation In Cross-Border Insolvency Cases (with Wessels & Markell), 2009. Member: Am. Bkrptcy. Inst.; Order of the Coif.

Joseph Kimble (Western Michigan University Thomas M. Cooley Law School)
Session: Legal Writing, Reasoning and Research and Teaching Methods Joint Program
Bio: KIMBLE, JOSEPH, (M) Prof. Cooley. b.1945. BA, 1967, Amherst Coll.; JD, 1972, Michigan. Admitted: MI, 1982. Res. Att'y, MI Ct. of App. Lansing, 1972-1973; Staff Att'y, MI Sup. Ct. Lansing, 1973-1977; Assoc., Gault Davison Bowers & Hill, Flint, 1981-1984; Adj. Prof., Cooley, 1982-1984; Ass't Prof., 1984-1990; Assoc. Prof., 1990-1995; Prof., Since 1995. Subjects: Legal Drafting; Legal Research & Writing. Books & Awards: Lifting the Fog of Legalese: Essays on Plain Lang., 2006; Burton Award for Reform in Law, 2007; Plain Lang. Ass'n Int'l Award, 2007. Member: Scribes (Bd. of Dirs., since 2001; Exec. Dir., 2005-09); Clarity (U.S. Rep., since 1995; President, 2003-06); Legal Writing Inst. (Bd. of Dirs., 1995-98). Consultantships: Ed., Plain Lang. Column, MI Bar Jour., since 1988; Drafting Consult., Standing Com. on Rules of Prac. & Proc., Jud. Conf. of the U.S., since 2000; Ed.-in-Ch., Scribes Jour. of Legal Writing, since 2001.

Catherine F. Klein (The Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law)
Session: Poster Presentations Sponsored by Section on Clinical Legal Education
Bio: KLEIN, CATHERINE, F. (F) Prof. & Dir., Columbus Community Legal Servs. Cath. Uni. b.1952. BA, 1974, Northwestern; JD, 1978, Cincinnati. Ed. Bd., U. Cin. L. Rev. Admitted: OH, 1978; DC, 1979. Clin. Att'y, Cath. Univ., 1981-1992; Dir., Family Abuse Proj., Since 1981; Vis. Ass't Prof., American, 1991; Vis. Assoc. Prof., 1992-1993; Assoc. Prof., Cath. Univ., 1992-2006; Dir., Columbus Community Legal Servs., Since 2005; Prof., Since 2006. Subjects: Families and the Law Clinic; Family Law; Litigation Clinic; Women & the Law Clinic. Books & Awards: Domestic Violence: A Manual for Pro Bono Lawyers, 1992; Creative Child Advocacy: Global Perspectives (chapter, with Barry & Goodmark), 2004; Dist. of Columbia Prac. Manual (chapter, with Epstein), 13th ed., 2006. Member: Phi Beta Kappa.; Order of the Coif.

Edward Kleinbard (University of Southern California Gould School of Law)
Session: Taxation

Daniel S. Kleinberger (William Mitchell College of Law)
Session: Agency, Partnership, LLC's , and Unincorporated Associations
Bio: KLEINBERGER, DANIEL, S. Prof. Wm. Mitchell. b.1950. AB, 1972, Harvard; JD, 1979, Yale. Admitted: MN, 1979. Spec. Ass't Att'y Gen., MN Att'y Gen. St. Paul, 1979-1982; Att'y, Off. of Gen. Counsel/3M St. Paul, 1982-1984; Div. Att'y, 1984-1986; Assoc. Prof., Wm. Mitchell, 1986-1991; Prof., Since 1991; Assoc. Dean, 2005-2006; V-Dean, 2006; Founding Director, Mitchell Fellows Program, 2006-2009, William Mitchell Coll. of Law, 2006 - 2009. Subjects: Advanced Reasoning Workshop; Agency; Agency, Partnerships, and LLCs; Business Organizations; Commercial Transactions; Contracts; Corporations; Master Seminar – LLCs (S); Securities Regulation. Books & Awards: Jr. 12, Phi Beta Kappa, Harvard, 1971; Limited Liability Companies: Tax and Bus. Law (with Bishop), 1994; Agency and Partnership: Examples and Explanations, 1995; Agency, Partnership and LLCs: Examples and Explanations, 2002; Agency, Partnership and LLCs: Examples and Explanations, 2007. Member: ALI. Consultantships: Referee, Ramsey Cty. Conc. Ct.; Rptr., NCCUSL Ltd. Partnership Act Drafting Proj., 1997-01; Rptr., NCCUSL LLC Act Drafting Proj., 2003-06; Rptr., NCCUSL Entity Law Harmonization Proj., National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws, since 2009.

Anne Klinefelter (University of North Carolina School of Law)
Session: Law Libraries
Bio: KLINEFELTER, ANNE, (F) Di, Law Library & Assoc. Prof. Univ. of No. Ca. b.1959. Bachelor of Arts, 1981, Alabama; Masters of Library Serv., 1986, Alabama; Juris Doctorate, 1992, Alabama. Admitted: AL, 1992. Sr. Ref. Librarian, Boston Univ., 1992-1994; Head of Reference Services, Univ. of Miami Law Library, 1994-1996; Head of Public Services, Univ. of Miami Law Library, 1996-1998; Acting Director of the Law Library, Univ. of Miami, 1998-1999; Ass't Library Dir., Univ. of N.C., 1999-2000; Clin. Ass't Prof., Univ. of N.C., 1999-2006; Assoc. Director of the Law Library, Univ. of N.C., Since 2000; Clin Prof., Univ. of N.C., Since 2006; Assoc. Prof., Univ. of N.C., 2007 - Pres; Dir. of the Law Library, Univ. of N.C., 2007 - Pres. Subjects: Advanced Legal Research; Copyright for Librarians; Privacy Law (S). Member: SEAALL.; AALL.

Anne Klinefelter (University of North Carolina School of Law)
Session: Law Libraries
Bio: KLINEFELTER, ANNE, (F) Di, Law Library & Assoc. Prof. Univ. of No. Ca. b.1959. Juris Doctorate, 1992, Alabama; Bachelor of Arts, 1981, Alabama; Masters of Library Serv., 1986, Alabama. Admitted: AL, 1992. Sr. Ref. Librarian, Boston Univ., 1992-1994; Head of Reference Services, Univ. of Miami Law Library, 1994-1996; Head of Public Services, Univ. of Miami Law Library, 1996-1998; Acting Director of the Law Library, Univ. of Miami, 1998-1999; Ass't Library Dir., Univ. of N.C., 1999-2000; Clin. Ass't Prof., Univ. of N.C., 1999-2006; Assoc. Director of the Law Library, Univ. of N.C., Since 2000; Clin Prof., Univ. of N.C., Since 2006; Assoc. Prof., Univ. of N.C., 2007 - Pres; Dir. of the Law Library, Univ. of N.C., 2007 - Pres. Subjects: Advanced Legal Research; Copyright for Librarians; Privacy Law (S). Member: SEAALL.; AALL.

Eve Biskind Klothen (Rutgers School of Law - Camden)
Session: Developing Best Realistic Practices in Pro Bono Programs
Bio: KLOTHEN, EVE, BISKIND Ass't Dean, Pro Bono Prog. Rutgers, Camden.

Heinz J. Klug (University of Wisconsin Law School)
Session: Minority Groups
Bio: KLUG, HEINZ, J. (M) Evjue-Bascom Prof. Wisconsin. b.1957. BA, 1977, Univ. of Natal (Durban); BA(Honours), 1978, Univ. of Natal (Durban); JD, 1989, Cal., Hastings; SJD, 1997, Wisconsin. Ed.-in-Ch., Hastings Int'l & Comp. L. Rev. Admitted: CA, 1989; SOUTH AFRICA, 1995. Activist & Legal Adv'r, African Nat'l Cong. Zambia Zimbabwe & So. Africa, 1989-1990; Lect., Univ. of Witwatersrand Law Sch. Johannesburg So. Africa, 1991-1995; Sr. Lect., 1995-1996; Ass't Prof., Wisconsin, 1996-2001; Assoc. Prof., 2001-2004; Prof., Since 2004. Subjects: Constitutional Law; Environmental Law: Renewable Natural Resources (S); International Law; Legal Process: Transnational Law; Property. Books & Awards: Constituting Democracy: Law, Globalism and So. Africa's Pol. Reconstruction, 2000. 2005, H. I. Romnes Fellowship.Member: Law & Soc. Assn. Consultantships: Mem., Secretariat, African Nat'l Cong. Land Comm., 1990-93; Consult. & Mem., Mission to So. Africa, World Bank-Rural Restructuring Prog., since 1993; Adv'r & Consult., Minister of Water Affrs. & Forestry, So. Africa, 1996-97.

Renee Newman Knake (Michigan State University College of Law)
Session: Hot Topic Program: The United States Supreme Court’s Increased Attention to the Law of Lawyering During the 2009-2010 Term: Mere Coincidence or Something More?
Bio: KNAKE, RENEE, (F) Ass't Prof. of Prof'l Responsibility Mich. S. JD, 1999, Univ. of Chgo. Admitted: IL, 1999; VA, 2001; MI, 2006. Subjects: Professional Responsibility; Topics in Professional Responsibility: The First Amendment and Regulation of Attorney Speech (S).

John C. Knechtle (Florida Coastal School of Law)
Session: Roundtable Discussion on Comparative Scholarship
Bio: KNECHTLE, JOHN, C. (M) Prof. Fla. Coastal. b.1959. BA, 1981, Wheaton Coll.; JD, 1986, Emory. Ed.-in-Ch., Emory Int'l L.J. Admitted: GA, 1987; DC, 1988. Clerk, Judge Jack McLaughlin Atlanta, 1986-1988; Staff Att'y, Off. of Gen. Counsel Presidential Campaign DC, 1988; Priv. Prac., DC, 1989-1992; Dir., Legal Assessments & Envtl. Law Prog. Central & East European Law Initiative ABA DC, 1992-1997; Fulbright Scholar, Univ. of World Econ. & Dip. Tashkent Uzbekistan, 2004. Subjects: Comparative Law; Constitutional Law; International Law; Legal History. Books & Awards: First Amendment: Cases, Comp. Perspectives and Dialogues (with Lively, Haddon, Roberts & Araiza), 2002; The First Amendment: Cases, Materials & Problems (with Weaver, Hancock & Lively), 2006. Member: Am. & Caribbean Law Initiative (Pres.).; ASIL (Chair, Interest Grp. on Tchg. Int'l Law, 2002-04). Consultantships: Pres. of the Bd., L'Arche U.S.A., 1996-05; Bd. Mem., Int'l Fed'n of L'Arche, 1998-05; Consult. on Legal Educ. Reform, Ministry of Just., Tblisi, GA, since 1999.

Jessica Knouse (University of Toledo College of Law)
Session: New Law Professors
Bio: KNOUSE, JESSICA, (F) Ass't Prof. Toledo. b.1977. Latin and English, 1999, Boston Univ.; JD, 2004, Albany; LLM, 2007, Yale. Exec. Ed. for Production, Albany Law Rev. Admitted: NY, 2005. Appellate Court Att'y, NYS Sup. Court, Appellate Division, 3d Dep., Albany, NY, 2004 - 2005; Law Clerk, Maine Sup. Jud. Ct., Portland, ME, 2005 - 2006. Subjects: Constitutional Law I; Constitutional Law II; Family Law.

Laurie S. Kohn (Georgetown University Law Center)
Session: Poster Presentations Sponsored by Section on Clinical Legal Education
Bio: KOHN, LAURIE, S. Vis. Assoc. Prof. & Co-Dir., Domestic Violence Clinic Georgetown. b.1968. BA, 1990, Harvard; JD, 1996, Georgetown; LLM, 2001, Georgetown. Art. Ed., Geo. J. of Legal Ethics. Admitted: MA, 1996; DC, 1997. Assoc., Crowell & Moring LLP DC, 1996-1998; Women's Law & Public Policy Fel., Women's Law Fellowship DC, 1998-1999; Clin. Fel., Georgetown, 1999-2000; Assoc. Prof., Since 2000; Dep. Dir., Domestic Violence Clinic, Since 2004; Co-Director, Georgetown Domestic Violence Clinic, 2004 - Pres. Subjects: Domestic Violence Clinic; Gender and the Law (S). Books & Awards: Thomas Moore Award for Georgetown Jour. on Legal Ethics., 0; Litigating Domestic Violence Civil Protection Order Cases (with Epstein, Fulcher & Goldberg), 2006. 1996, St. Thomas More Award.Member: . Consultantships: Hearing Comm'r, Off. of Citizen Complaints, since 2003; Mayoral Appointee, DC Domestic Violence Fatality Comm., since 2004; Co-Chair, DC Bar Family Law Steering Committee, 2005-08; Co-Chair, DC Superior Court Domestic Violence Unit Task Force, since 2006; Fellowship Chair, Frederick B. Abramson Memorial Foundation, since 2007.

Nina A. Kohn (Syracuse University College of Law)
Session: Aging and the Law, Co-Sponsored by Section on Disability Law*
Bio: KOHN, NINA, A. (F) Assoc. Prof. Syracuse. b.1977. AB, 1999, Princeton Univ.; JD, 2002, Harvard Law Sch. Solicitations Editor, Harvard Negotiation Law Rev.; Solicitations Ed., Harv. Negotiation L. Rev. Admitted: VT, 2003; NY, 2003. Jud. Clerk, Hon. Fred I. Parker U.S.C.A. 2d Cir. Burlington VT, 2002-2003; Skadden Fel., Legal Assist. of the Finger Lakes Geneva NY, 2003-2005; Ass't Prof., Syracuse, Since 2005; Assoc. Prof., Syracuse Univ. Coll. of Law, 2008 - Pres. Subjects: Elder Law; Interdisciplinary Approaches to Aging Issues; Torts. Books & Awards: 2007, Distinguished Fellow, Canadian Center for Elder Law Studies.Member: AALS Sect. on Law and Aging (2009 Chair). Consultantships: Vice Chair, Elder Rights Committee of the ABA, since 2006; Adv'r to the Bd., Assisted Living Consumer Alliance, since 2007; Adv'y Com. Mem., AARP Power of Attorney Abuse Project, since 2008.

Adam Kolker (Georgetown University Law Center)
Session: International Cooperation to Create Opportunities for Students*
Bio: KOLKER, ADAM, Ass't Dean, Grad & Int'l Progs. Georgetown. b.1959. BA, 1982, Swarthmore Coll.; JD, 1989, Yale. Mng. Ed., Yale J. Int'l L. Admitted: PA, 1990; DC, 1991. Henry Luce Scholar, Off. of Diet Mem. Motoo Shina Henry Luce Fdn. Tokyo Japan, 1989-1990; Assoc., Gibson Dunn & Crutcher DC, 1990-1994; V.P., Vega Grp. Ltd. DC, 1994-1996; Principal, Int'l Am. Grp. Inc., 1996-2004; Ass't Dean, Pennsylvania, Since 2004. Subjects: International Law.

Eugene Kontorovich (Northwestern University School of Law)
Session: National Security Law, Co-Sponsored by Sections on International Human Rights and International Law
Bio: KONTOROVICH, EUGENE, (M) Assoc. Prof. Northwestern. b.1975. BA, 1996; JD, 2001, Univ. of Chgo. U. Chi. L. Rev.; U. Chi. L. Rev. Clerk, Hon. Richard Posner Chgo., 2001-2002; Ass't Prof., George Mason, 2002-2007. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Constitutional Law; International Law. Member: Am. Law and Economics Ass'n; Am. Soc. of Int'l Law. Consultantships: Sr. Researcher, Global Law Forum, Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs, since 2008.

Jennifer Kowal (Loyola Law School )
Session: Post-Graduate Legal Education*
Bio: KOWAL, JENNIFER, Clin. Prof. & Dir., Tax Grad. Prog. Loyola, L.. b.1972. BS, 1993, Kansas; JD, 1996, U.C.L.A. Admitted: CA, 1996; MA, 2000. Subjects: Corporate Tax; Income Tax of Property Transactions. Member: Order of the Coif.

Barry Kozak (The John Marshall Law School)
Session: Employee Benefits
Bio: KOZAK, BARRY, Ass't Dir., Employee Benefits John Marshall.

Elizabeth A. Kronk (University of Montana School of Law)
Session: Law and Anthropology
Bio: KRONK, ELIZABETH, A. (F) Ass't Prof. Montana. BS, 2000, Cornell; JD, 2003, Michigan. Contrib. Ed., U. Mich. L. Rev. Admitted: MI, 2003; DC, 2005. Assoc., Troutman Sanders LLP DC, 2003-2004; Assoc., Latham & Watkins LLP DC, 2004-2006; Ass't Prof., Montana, Since 2006. Subjects: Formation of Federal Indian Policy; Indian Gaming (S); Indian Natural Resources/Cultural Resources; Introduction to Environmental Law; Water Law. Consultantships: Pres., Ogichidaa Award Fdn., Inc., 2004-06; Pres., Native Am. Bar Ass'n of D.C., 2005-06; Sec'y, Fed. Bar Ass'n Indian Law Sect., 2006-07.

Ronald J. Krotoszynski, Jr. (The University of Alabama School of Law)
Session: Roundtable Discussion on Comparative Scholarship
Bio: KROTOSZYNSKI, RONALD, J., JR. (M) John S. Stone Chair of Law & Dir. of Fac. Res. Alabama. b.1967. MA, 1987, Emory; BA, 1987, Emory Univ.; LLM, 1991, Duke; JD, 1991, Duke. Arts. Ed., Duke L.J. Admitted: GA, 1991; DC, 1992. Clerk, Hon. Frank M. Johnson Jr. Montgomery AL, 1991-1992; Assoc., Covington & Burling DC, 1992-1995; Ass't Prof., Ind. Indpls., 1995-1999; Vis. Prof., Wm. & Mary, 1998; Assoc. Prof. & Paul Bean Fel., Ind. Indpls., 1999-2000; Vis. Prof., Wash. & Lee, 1999; Assoc. Prof., Wash. & Lee, 2000-2002; Prof., Wash. & Lee, 2002 - 2008; Vis. Prof., Brooklyn, 2006; Vis. Prof., Alabama, 2007 - 2008; Prof., Alabama, 2008 - Pres. Subjects: Administrative Law; Communications Law; Comparative Law; Constitutional Law; Federal Civil Rights. Books & Awards: Admin. Law (with Rogers & Healy), 2003; The First Amendment in Cross Cultural Perspective: A Comp. Legal Analysis of the Freedom of Speech, 2006; The First Amendment: Cases and Theory (with Gey, Lidsky & Wells), 2008. Member: Omicron Delta Kappa.; Phi Beta Kappa; Order of the Coif. Consultantships: V-Chair, Pubs. Com., Admin. Law Sect., ABA, 1996-00.

Julian G. Ku (Hofstra University School of Law)
Session: Hot Topic Program: The Transformation of US Interrogation Policy
Bio: KU, JULIAN, G. Prof. & Assoc. Dean Hofstra. BA, 1994; JD, 1998, Yale. Admitted: NY, 2001. Lect., Univ. of Va., 1999-2000; Assoc., Debevoise & Plimpton NYC, 2000-2002; Assoc. Prof., Hofstra, Since 2002. Subjects: Constitutional Law; Corporations; International Law (S); International Transactions; Law & Economic Development (S); Law Making Institutions.

Robert R. Kuehn (Washington University in St. Louis School of Law)
Session: Presidential Program III - Transformative Advocacy
Bio: KUEHN, ROBERT, R. (M) Prof. & Assoc. Dean for Skills Alabama. MPH, 1995, Harvard.; BA, 1974, Duke; JD, 1981, Geo. Wash.; LLM, 1983, Columbia. Admitted: FL, 1981; LA, 1989; AL, 2002. Clerk, Judge Sidney M. Aronovitz U.S.D.C. S.D. FL Miami, 1981-1982; Clerk, Judge James C. Hill U.S.C.A 11th Cir. Atlanta, 1983-1984; Trial Att'y, Envtl. Enforcement Sect. U.S. Dep't of Just. DC, 1984-1988; Assoc. Clin. Prof., Tulane, 1989-1992; Clin. Prof., 1992-1999; Vis. Prof., Wash. St. Louis, 1999; Vis. Prof., Michigan, 2000; Vis. Prof., Utah, 2000-2001; Prof., Alabama, Since 2001. Subjects: Environmental Advocacy (S); Environmental Law Clinic; Hazardous & Solid Waste Regulation; Legal Profession. Books & Awards: Envt'l Enforcement: Cases and Materials (with Mintz & Rechtschaffen), 2007. Member: COIF.

Andrew Kull (Boston University School of Law)
Session: Remedies*
Bio: KULL, ANDREW, Prof. & Paul M. Siskind Scholar. Boston Uni. b.1947. BA, 1969, Univ. of Cal.; MA, 1973, Oxford Univ.; JD, 1977, Univ. of Chgo. U. Chi. L. Rev. Admitted: NY, 1978. Att'y, Paul Weiss Rifkind Wharton & Garrison NYC, 1977-1980; Att'y, Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton NY, 1980-1981; Att'y, Paris, 1981-1985; Att'y, NY, 1985-1987; Assoc. Prof., Emory, 1987-1994; Prof., 1994-2002; Vis. Prof., Univ. of Texas, 1999; Prof., Boston Univ., Since 2002. Subjects: Commercial Law; Contracts; Payment Systems; Remedies; Restitution. Books & Awards: The Color-Blind Const., 1992; Gustavus Myers Human Rts. Award, 1993; ABA Silver Gavel Award, 1993. Member: Phi Beta Kappa; ALI.; Order of the Coif. Consultantships: Rptr., Restmt. (3d) of Restitution & Unjust Enrichment, ALI, since 1997.

Hollis L. Kulwin (University of California at Davis School of Law)
Session: Prelegal Education and Admission to Law School
Bio: KULWIN, HOLLIS, L. (F) Ass't Dean, Student Affrs. Cal., Davis. BA, 1976, Georgetown; JD, 1981, Buffalo. Admitted: CA, 1982. Att'y, Hill Gould Pearson & Mendelson L.A., 1981-1983; Att'y, DeCastro West Chodorow & Burns L.A., 1983-1985; Att'y, Leff & Jensen L.A., 1985-1987; Att'y, Rutter O'Sullivan Greene & Hobbs L.A., 1987-1991; Ass't Dean, Career Plng. & Plmt. Southwestern, 1991-1994; Assoc. Dean, Dean of Students & Instr., 1994-2002; Ass't Dean, Cal. Davis, Since 2002. Subjects: Alternative Dispute Resolution (Interviewing, Negotiating); Clinical Teaching (Counseling). Consultantships: Misconduct & Irregularities in the Adms. Process Subcom., LSAC, 1997-01, 2003-05, 2001-03, 2005-07, Fin'l & Legal Affrs. Com., 2001-03, 2005-07.

Christina L. Kunz (William Mitchell College of Law)
Session: Contracts
Bio: KUNZ, CHRISTINA, L. (F) Prof. Wm. Mitchell. b.1952. BS, 1975, Wisconsin; JD, 1978, Ind., Indpls. Art. Ed., Ind. L. Rev. Admitted: IN, 1979. Prof'l Lect., Ind. Indpls., 1978-1980; Spec. Ass't Prof., Wm. Mitchell, 1980-1981; Ass't Prof., 1981-1982; Assoc. Prof., 1982-1984; Prof., Since 1984. Subjects: Commercial Law; Contracts; Legal Research & Writing; Negotiating & Drafting Business Technology Agreements (S); Payment Systems. Books & Awards: Appellate Advocacy Videotape Manual (with Haydock & Sonsteng), 1981; Synthesis: Legal Reading, Reasoning, and Writing (with Schmedemann), 2d ed., 2003; The Process of Legal Res. (with Schmedemann, Downs & Bateson), 6th ed., 2004; Sale of Goods: Reading and Applying the Code (with Chomsky), 2d ed., 2004. Member: ALI. Consultantships: Adv'r, NCCUSL U.C.C. Art. 2A Drafting Com., 1984-85; Observer, NCCUSL U.C.C Art. 2 Drafting Comm., 1995-02; Chair, Subcom. on Elec. Commerce, ABA, 1997-98, since 2005.

Ella A. Kwisnek (Duquesne University School of Law)
Session: Plenary II
Bio: KWISNEK, ELLA, A. Ass't Dean, Students, Legal Res. & Writing Instr. & Dir., Career Servs. Duquesne. b.1965. BA, 1987, St. Vincent Coll.; JD, 1991, Duquesne; MS Ed, 2003, Duquesne. Assoc. Recent Decisions Ed., Duq. L. Rev. Admitted: PA, 1992. Tchr., U.S. Peace Corps Lesotho, 1991-1994; Clerk, PA Superior Ct., 1994-1995; Legal Res. & Writing Instr., Duquesne, Since 1995; Dir., Career Servs., Since 1997; Ass't Dean, Students, Since 1998. Subjects: Legal Research & Writing.

Douglas A. Kysar (Yale Law School)
Session: Environmental Law, Co-Sponsored by Section on Natural Resources*
Bio: KYSAR, DOUGLAS, A. (M) Prof. Yale. b.1973. BA, 1995, Ind., Bloomington; JD, 1998, Harvard. Admitted: MA, 2001. Clerk, Hon. William G. Young U.S.D.C. Dist. of MA Boston, 1999; Assoc., Foley Hoag & Eliot LLP Boston 1998, 2000; Ass't Prof., Cornell, 2001-2004; Assoc. Prof., 2004-2005; Vis. Assoc. Prof., Harvard, 2005; Vis. Prof., Yale, 2005; Prof., Cornell, Since 2005. Subjects: Environmental Law (S); International Environmental Law (S); Law, Science & Sustainability; Products Liability; Torts.

Brian K. Landsberg (University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law)
Session: Legal Writing, Reasoning and Research and Teaching Methods Joint Program
Bio: LANDSBERG, BRIAN, K. (M) Prof. McGeorge. b.1937. BA, 1959, Univ. of California; LLB, 1962, Univ. of Calif. Calif. L. Rev. Admitted: CA, 1963; DC, 1972. Cert. in African Law, Univ. of London, 1963. Trial Att'y, Dep. Ch. Central Sect. Civil Rts. Div. Dep't of Just. DC, 1964-1969; Ch., Ed. Sect., 1969-1974; Ch., Appellate Sect., 1974-1986; Vis. Prof., McGeorge, 1984-1985; Prof., Since 1986; Acting Dep. Ass't Att'y, Gen./Scholar-in-Res. Civil Rts. Dir. U.S. Dep't of Just. DC, 1993-1994; Vis. Prof., Cal. Berkeley spring 1995, 1997; Assoc. Dean, McGeorge, 2001-2002. Subjects: Appellate Advocacy; Comparative Constitutional Law; Constitutional Law; Federal Courts; Race & the Law (S). Books & Awards: Enforcing Civil Rights: Race Discrim. and the Dep. of Just., 0; Major Acts of Cong. (Ed.-in-Ch.), 2004; Free at Last to Vote: The Alabama Origins of the Voting Rts. Act, 2007; Global Issues in Const'l Law, 2007; Representing the Client (ed., with Luo Wenyan, in Chinese), 2008; Global Issues in Emplymt. Discrim. Law (with Estreicher), 2008. 2008, Honorary Professor of Law, Zhejiang Gongshang University.Member: Order of the Coif; Ford Fdn. Int'l Legal Studies (Fellowship); NEH (Sum'r Sem. Fellow). Consultantships: Ethics Com., DC Bar, 1981-84; Annual Mtg. Wkg. Grp., LSAC, 1991-92; Bd. of Trustees, Lawyers Com. for Civil Rts. Under Law, since 1996; Prog. Director, Rule of Law Project, China, US Agency for International Development, since 2006.

Michael B. Lang (Chapman University Dale E. Fowler School of Law)
Session: Post-Graduate Legal Education*
Bio: LANG, MICHAEL, B. Prof. Chapman. BA, 1972, Harvard; JD, 1975, Pennsylvania. Admitted: PA, 1975; IL, 1981. Lect., Temple, 1977-1978; Res. Fel., Yale, 1977-1978; Ass't Prof., Chicago-Kent, 1978-1979; Assoc. Prof., Utah, 1979-1981; Priv. Prac., 1981-1983; Assoc. Prof., Maine, 1983-1985; Prof., Maine, 1985-2002; Vis. Prof., San Diego spring 1986, 1987-1988; Libra Prof., Maine, 1990-1992; Vis. Prof., Wash. St. Louis, 1991-1992; Assoc. Dean, Maine, 1993-1996; V-Chair, Fac. Senate Univ. of Southern Maine Portland, 1998-1999; Chair, Fac. Senate, 1999-2000; Vis. Prof., Miami, 2000; Prof. & Dir., Grad. Tax Prog. Chapman, 2002-2007; Professor, Chapman Univ. Law Sch., 2007 - Pres; Vis. Prof., Loyola Law Sch., 2008. Subjects: Corporate Taxation; Estate & Gift Taxation; Federal Taxation; Professional Responsibility; Tax Accounting (S). Books & Awards: Index to Fed. Tax Articles (with I. Lang), cumulations & supps. (1980 to date), 1980; Fed. Tax'n of Income, Estates and Gifts (with Bittker, et al.), 1981; Fed. Tax Elections (with Khoury), 1991; Fed. Tax Accounting (with Manning & Willis), 2006. Member: Who's Who in Am. Educ.; COIF; Am. Coll. of Tax Counsel (Fellow). Consultantships: Bd. of Visitors, Univ. of Southern Maine, 1998-00; V-Chair, Com. on Stands. of Tax Prac., 2001-03, Chair, 2003-05; Annual Rpt. Chair, The Tax Lawyer, Sect. of Tax'n, ABA, 1997-00, V-Chair, Com. on Tchg. Tax'n, 2002-05, Chair, 2005-07.

Marina L. Lao (Seton Hall University School of Law)
Session: Antitrust and Economic Regulation
Bio: LAO, MARINA, L. (F) Prof. Seton Hall. b.1952. BA, 1974, SUNY at Stony Brook; JD, 1980, Albany; LLM, 1994, Temple. Admitted: GA, 1980; NY, 1981; DC, 1984. Trial Att'y, U.S. Dep't of Just. Antitrust Div. Atlanta & DC, Atlanta, GA & Washington, DC, 1980-1984; Att'y, Priv. Prac. DC, Washington, DC, 1985-1986; Att'y, Priv. Prac. Atlanta, Atlanta, GA, 1987-1989; Part., Wilson Cobb Lichtenstein & Lao Atlanta, Atlanta, GA, 1989-1991; Tchg. Fellow & Lect., Temple, 1992-1994; Assoc. Prof., Seton Hall, 1994-1999; Prof., Seton Hall, Since 1999; Vis. Prof., U of Conn Law Sch., 2000; Fulbright Prof., Univ of Munich & Max Planck Inst. for IP, Comp. & Tax Law, 2007 - 2008. Subjects: Antitrust; Antitrust in Health Law (S); Business Associations; Commercial Law; Comparative EU & US Antitrust Law; Securities Regulation; Torts II. Books & Awards: 2000, Dean's Research Fellow; 2003, Dean's Fellow; 2003, Andrea J. Catania Fellow for Excellence in Teaching; 2008, Edward S. Hendrickson Professorship.Consultantships: Member, Adv'y Com., Atlanta Legal Aid Soc., Inc., 1991-92; Mem., State Bar of GA Com. on Women and Minorities in the Profession, 1991-92; Mem., Ass'n of the Bar of NYC Antitrust & Trade Reg. Com. , 1997-00; Exec. Com. (Chair 2009-2010), Sect. on Antitrust & Econ. Reg., AALS, since 2003; Member, Adv'y Com., American Antitrust Institute, since 2009.

Karen A. Lash
Session: Engaging Faculty: Using Pro Bono to Teach Doctrine and Skills*

Douglas Laycock (The University of Michigan Law School)
Session: AALS Executive Committee Program
Bio: LAYCOCK, DOUGLAS, * (M) Yale Kamisar Collegiate Prof. Michigan. b.1948. BA, 1970, Mich. St.; JD, 1973, Univ. of Chgo. Admitted: IL, 1973; TX, 1974; MI, 2007. Clerk, Hon. Walter J. Cummings U.S.C.A. 7th Cir., Chicago, IL, 1973-1974; Assoc., Robert Plotkin, Chicago, IL, 1974; Sole Pract., Douglas Laycock, Austin, TX, 1974-1976; Ass't Prof., Univ. of Chgo., 1976-1980; Prof., Univ. of Chgo., 1980-1981; Prof., Univ. of Texas, 1981-1983; Thomas Watt Gregory Prof., Univ. of Texas, 1983-1984; Fulbright & Jaworski Prof., Univ. of Texas, 1984-1987; Assoc. Dean for Academic Affrs., Univ. of Texas, 1985-1986; A. Dalton Cross Prof., Univ. of Texas, 1987-1988; Alice McKean Young Regents Chair, Univ. of Texas, 1988-2006; Vis. Prof., Univ. of Michigan, 1990; Assoc. Dean for Res., Univ. of Texas, 1991-2006; Alice McKean Young Regents Chair Emer., Univ. of Texas, Since 2006; Yale Kamisar Collegiate Prof., Univ. of Michigan, Since 2006. Subjects: Religious Liberty; Remedies; Restitution and Unjust Enrichment (S); Survey of Civil Liberties. Books & Awards: The Death of the Irreparable Injury Rule, 1991; Scribes Bk. Award, 1991; Modern Am. Remedies, 1985, 3d ed., 2002. 2009, National Freedom Award, Council on America's First Freedom; 2005, Civitatis Award for Career Service, University of Texas; 2000, Civil Libertarian of the Year, Texas ACLU.Member: Am. Acad. of Arts & Scis. (Fellow).; ALI (Adv'r, Restmt. (3d) of Rest., 1984-85, since 1997, Coun., since 2001, 2nd Vice Pres. since 2008); Int'l Acad. for Freedom of Religion & Belief (Fellow). Consultantships: Exec. Bd., Cntr. for Church/St. Studies, 1982-87; Mem., AAUP, Com. W on the Status of Women in the Acad. Profession, 1982-85; Mem., Advisory Committee on Religious Liberty & Church-State Relations, Presbyterian Church (USA), 1983-88; Mem., Judicial Speech Advisory Committee, Supreme Court of Texas, 2002-02; Mem., Canons of Judicial Ethics Advisory Committee, Supreme Court of Texas, 2005-05.

Douglas Laycock (The University of Michigan Law School)
Session: Law and Religion
Bio: LAYCOCK, DOUGLAS, * (M) Yale Kamisar Collegiate Prof. Michigan. b.1948. BA, 1970, Mich. St.; JD, 1973, Univ. of Chgo. Admitted: IL, 1973; TX, 1974; MI, 2007. Clerk, Hon. Walter J. Cummings U.S.C.A. 7th Cir., Chicago, IL, 1973-1974; Assoc., Robert Plotkin, Chicago, IL, 1974; Sole Pract., Douglas Laycock, Austin, TX, 1974-1976; Ass't Prof., Univ. of Chgo., 1976-1980; Prof., Univ. of Chgo., 1980-1981; Prof., Univ. of Texas, 1981-1983; Thomas Watt Gregory Prof., Univ. of Texas, 1983-1984; Fulbright & Jaworski Prof., Univ. of Texas, 1984-1987; Assoc. Dean for Academic Affrs., Univ. of Texas, 1985-1986; A. Dalton Cross Prof., Univ. of Texas, 1987-1988; Alice McKean Young Regents Chair, Univ. of Texas, 1988-2006; Vis. Prof., Univ. of Michigan, 1990; Assoc. Dean for Res., Univ. of Texas, 1991-2006; Alice McKean Young Regents Chair Emer., Univ. of Texas, Since 2006; Yale Kamisar Collegiate Prof., Univ. of Michigan, Since 2006. Subjects: Religious Liberty; Remedies; Restitution and Unjust Enrichment (S); Survey of Civil Liberties. Books & Awards: The Death of the Irreparable Injury Rule, 1991; Scribes Bk. Award, 1991; Modern Am. Remedies, 1985, 3d ed., 2002. 2009, National Freedom Award, Council on America's First Freedom; 2005, Civitatis Award for Career Service, University of Texas; 2000, Civil Libertarian of the Year, Texas ACLU.Member: Am. Acad. of Arts & Scis. (Fellow).; ALI (Adv'r, Restmt. (3d) of Rest., 1984-85, since 1997, Coun., since 2001, 2nd Vice Pres. since 2008); Int'l Acad. for Freedom of Religion & Belief (Fellow). Consultantships: Exec. Bd., Cntr. for Church/St. Studies, 1982-87; Mem., AAUP, Com. W on the Status of Women in the Acad. Profession, 1982-85; Mem., Advisory Committee on Religious Liberty & Church-State Relations, Presbyterian Church (USA), 1983-88; Mem., Judicial Speech Advisory Committee, Supreme Court of Texas, 2002-02; Mem., Canons of Judicial Ethics Advisory Committee, Supreme Court of Texas, 2005-05.

Bert Lazerow (University of San Diego School of Law)
Session: International Cooperation to Create Opportunities for Students*
Bio: LAZEROW, BERT, Prof. & Dir., Inst. on Int'l & Comp. Law. San Diego. b.1939. AB, 1960, Pennsylvania; JD, 1963, Harvard; LLM, 1964, Geo. Wash.; DESS, 1981, Paris I. Admitted: DC, 1964; KY, 1966; CA, 1969. Atty-Adv'r, I.R.S. DC, 1964-1966; Ass't Prof., Louisville, 1966-1967; Assoc. Prof., San Diego, 1967-1970; Ass't Dean & Prof., 1970-1971; Prof., Since 1971; Assoc. Dean, 1973-1979; Dir., Inst. on Int'l & Comp. Law San Diego, Since 1973; Vis. Prof., Univ. of Paris X Nanterre, 1979-1980; Chair, Univ. Senate, 2005-2007; Vis. Prof., Boalt Hall, 2007. Subjects: Art Law; Federal Estate & Gift Taxation; International Contracts; International Taxation; Property; Tax on International Transactions; Taxation, Federal. Books & Awards: Fed. Bar Ass'n Essay Prize, 1972; The OECD Draft Influence on U.S. Income Tax Treaties, 1976. Member: ALI. Consultantships: Chrm., Legal Panel, San Diego Chap., ACLU, 1968-70; Mayor's Social Sci. Adv'y Com., San Diego, 1968-71, Chrm., 1970-71; Employee Rel. Panel, San Diego Cty., 1971-73.

Sylvia Lazos (University of Nevada, Las Vegas, William S. Boyd School of Law)
Session: Minority Groups
Bio: LAZOS, SYLVIA, R. (F) Just. Myron Leavitt Prof. Nevada, Las Vegas. b.1956. BA, 1977; MA, 1979, St. Mary's Univ.; JD, 1986, Michigan. Assoc. Ed., Mich. L. Rev. Admitted: PR, 1987. Econ., U.S. Bur. of Labor Stats. DC, 1980-1983; Part./Assoc., McConnell Valdes San Juan PR, 1986-1993; Ass't Prof., Fla. St., 1993-1999; Assoc. Prof., Mo.-Columbia, 1999-2002; Prof., Nevada Las Vegas, Since 2003. Subjects: Constitutional Law; Corporations; Critical Race Theory; Legislation.

Ms. Ellen M. Lee (Greater New Orleans Foundation)
Session: Nonprofit and Philanthropy Law*

Peter Lee (University of California at Davis School of Law)
Session: Intellectual Property
Bio: LEE, PETER, Acting Prof. Cal., Davis. AB, 1998, Harvard; JD, 2005, Yale. Yale L. J. Clerk, Judge Barry G. Silvesman, 2005-2006. Subjects: Intellectual Property; Property.

Brian Leiter (The University of Chicago, The Law School)
Session: Jurisprudence
Bio: LEITER, BRIAN, (M) Prof. of Law Univ. of Chicago. b.1963. AB, 1984, Princeton; JD, 1987, Michigan; PhD, 1995, Michigan. Admitted: NY, 1988. Assoc., Kaye Scholer Fierman Hays & Handler NY, 1987-1988; Ass't Prof., Univ. of San Diego Sch. of Law, 1993-1995; Vis. Ass't Prof., Phil. Cal. San Diego, 1995; Ass't Prof., Worsham Prof., Jamail Centennial Chair, Baker Chair, Univ. of Texas Sch. of Law, 1995-1997; Vis. Prof., Yale Law Sch., 1998-1999; Dir. of the Law & Philosophy Prog., Univ. of Texas, Austin, Since 1998; Vis. Prof. of Law & Phil., Univ. Coll. London, 2005; Vis. Prof., Univ. of Chgo., 2006; Dir. and Founder of the Center for Law, Philosophy and Human Values, Univ. of Chgo., 2008 - Pres. Subjects: Evidence; Jurisprudence (S); Jurisprudence. Books & Awards: Objectivity in Law and Morals , 2001; Nietzsche on Morality, 2002; The Future for Phil. , 2004; Oxford Hdbk. of Continental Phil. (with Rosen), 2007; Naturalizing Jurisprudence: Essays on Am. Legal Realism and Naturalism in Legal Phil., 2007. Consultantships: Ed'l Bd. (Editor, 2000-2008), Legal Theory, since 1995; Bd. of Adv'rs, Routledge Int'l Library of Phil., since 1999; Ed., Routledge Philosophers (book series), since 2001; Ed. (with Green), Oxford Studies in the Philosophy of Law, since 2009.

Richard A. Leo (University of San Francisco School of Law)
Session: Criminal Justice*
Bio: LEO, RICHARD, A. (M) Assoc. Prof. San Francisco. b.1963. BA, 1985, Cal., Berkeley; MA, 1989, Univ. of Chgo.; JD, 1994, Cal., Berkeley; PhD, 1994, Cal., Berkeley. Ass't Prof., Colorado, 1994-1997; Ass't & Assoc. Prof., Cal. Irvine, 1997-2006; Assoc. Prof., San Francisco, Since 2006. Subjects: Criminal Justice; Law & Social Science. Books & Awards: The Miranda Debate (with Thomas), 1998; Ruth S. Honle Cavan Award, Am. Soc. of Criminology, 1999; Saleem Shah Career Achievement Award, Am. Psychological Ass'n, 2000; Police Interrogation and Am. Just., 2007. Member: Am. Soc. of Criminology; Law & Soc. Assn.; Am. Psychological Ass'n.

Melanie B. Leslie (Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law)
Session: Trusts and Estates
Bio: LESLIE, MELANIE, B. (F) Prof. Cardozo. b.1961. BA, 1983, Oregon; JD, 1991, Cardozo. Exec. Ed., Cardozo L. Rev.; Exec. Editor, Cardozo L. Rev. Admitted: NJ, 1991; NY, 1992. Clerk, Just. Gary Stein NJ Sup. Ct. Hackensack, 1991-1992; Assoc., McCarter & English Newark NJ, 1992-1995; Vis. Ass't Prof., Yeshiva, 1995-1996; Ass't Prof., 1996-1999; Assoc. Prof., 1999-2002; Prof., Since 2002. Subjects: Evidence; Nonprofit Governance (S); Property; Trusts & Estates. Books & Awards: Dobris, Sterk, Leslie, Trusts and Estates, 2004; Leslie & Sterk, Concepts and Insights: Trusts and Estates (Foundation), 2006; Dobris, Sterk and Leslie, Trusts and Estates, 2007.

Sanford Levinson (The University of Texas School of Law)
Session: Hot Topic Program: The Transformation of US Interrogation Policy
Bio: LEVINSON, SANFORD, (M) W. St. John Garwood & W. St. John Garwood, Jr. Centennial Chair in Law/Professor of Gov't Univ. of Texas. b.1941. AB, 1962, Duke; PhD, 1969, Harvard; JD, 1973, Stanford. Admitted: CA, 1973. Ass't Prof., Dep't of Pol. Sci. Ohio St. Univ. Columbus, 1968-1970; Clerk, Hon. James B. McMillan Charlotte NC, 1973-1974; Staff Att'y, Children's Defense Fund Cambridge MA, 1974-1975; Politics Dep't, Princeton Univ. NJ, 1975-1979; Prof., Univ. of Texas, Since 1979; Vis. Prof., New York Univ., 1999-2000; Vis. Lect., Yale, 2003-2005; Vis. Prof., Harvard 2004, 2005. Subjects: Constitutional Law (S); Legal Profession. Books & Awards: Const'l Faith, 1988 (SCRIBES Bk. Award, 1989; Written in Stone: Public Monuments in Changing Societies, 1998; Processes of Const'l Decisionmaking (with Brest, Amar & Balkin), 4th ed., 2000; Am. Acad. of Arts & Scis. Elected, 2001; Wrestling with Diversity, 2003. Member: Law & Soc. Assn.; Am. Pol. Sci. Ass'n; ALI.

Nancy Levit (University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: Redefining Regulation in the Post Neoclassical Era*
Bio: LEVIT, NANCY, (F) Curators' & Edward D. Ellison Prof. Mo.-Kan. City. b.1958. BA, 1980, Bates Coll.; JD, 1984, Kansas. Note & Comment Ed., U. Kan. L. Rev. Admitted: KS, 1984. Clerk, Hon. Frank G. Theis U.S.D.C. D. KS, 1984-1987; Assoc., Stinson Mag & Fizzell Kan. City KS, 1987-1988; Vis. Ass't Prof., Mo.-Kan. City, 1988-1990; Ass't Prof., 1990-1993; Assoc. Prof., 1993-1998; Prof., Since 1998. Subjects: Constitutional Law; Criminal Law; Defamation & Privacy; Employment Discrimination; Jurisprudence; Torts; Women & the Law (S). Books & Awards: Jurisprudence: Contemporary Readings, Problems and Narratives (with R. Hayman), 1994; The Gender Line: Men, Women, and the Law, 1998; N.T. Veatch Award for Dist. Res. & Creative Activity, 2000; Jurisprudence-Classical to Contemporary: From Natural Law to Postmodernism (with R. Hayman & R. Delgado), 2002; MO Gov'r's Award for Excellence in Tchg., 2004; Feminist Legal Theory: A Primer (with R. Verchick), 2006. 2009, Curators Professorship; Edward D. Ellison Professorship.Member: Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Kappa Phi.; Order of the Coif. Consultantships: Ass't Spec. Master, U.S.D.C., W.D. MO on NFO v. Alexander, 1990-92; Ed'l Assoc., Journal of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, since 1994.

Michael W. Lewis (Ohio Northern University, Pettit College of Law)
Session: Hot Topic Program: The Transformation of US Interrogation Policy
Bio: LEWIS, MICHAEL WILLIAM, (M) Assoc. Prof. Ohio N. b.1964. BA, 1986, Johns Hopkins Univ.; JD, 1998, Harvard. Admitted: TX, 1998; VA, 2002. Assoc. Prof., Ohio No., Since 2006. Subjects: Commercial Law; Corporate Finance; International Law; Law of War (S). Books & Awards: Cum Laude, Harvard, 1998.

Raizel Liebler (The John Marshall Law School)
Session: Law Libraries

Mr. Bruce Lincoln (The University of Chicago Divinity School)
Session: Law and Religion

Maxine I. Lipeles (Washington University in St. Louis School of Law)
Session: Environmental Law, Co-Sponsored by Section on Natural Resources*
Bio: LIPELES, MAXINE, I. (F) Sr. Lect. Wash., St. Louis. b.1953. AB, 1975, Princeton Univ.; JD, 1979, Harvard. Admitted: MA, 1980; MO, 1982. Clerk, Hon. William H. Orrick N.D. CA San Fran., 1979-1980; Ass't Att'y Gen., MA Att'y Gen. Boston, 1980-1982; Prof., Sch. of Engineering & Applied Sci. Wash. St. Louis, 1990-2004; Assoc. Part. & Of Counsel, Husch & Eppenberger St. Louis 1982-86 1986-94, 1995-1999; Prof. (P/T), 1995-1999; Instr., 2000-2002; Sr. Lect., Since 2002; Lect., Sch. of Arts & Sci., Since 2004. Subjects: Environmental Law; Interdisciplinary Environmental Clinic. Books & Awards: Envt'l Law Anthology (with Fischman & Squillace), 1996; Hazardous Waste, 3d ed., 1997; Water Pollution (with Battle), 3d ed., 1998. Consultantships: Bd. of Dirs., Clean Water Action, since 2004; Bd. of Dirs., Envt'l Integrity Proj., since 2005.

Jacqueline D. Lipton (Case Western Reserve University School of Law)
Session: Law and Computers*
Bio: LIPTON, JACQUELINE, D. (F) Prof. & Co-Dir. Law,Tech. & the Arts Cntr., Assoc. Dir., Frederick K. Cox Int'l Law Cntr. Case Western Re. b.1967. BA, 1990, La Trobe Univ., Australia; LLB, 1991, Univ. of Melbourne, Australia; LLM, 1995, Monash Univ., Australia; LLM, 1998, Cambridge Univ.; PhD, 2001, Griffith Univ., Australia. Admitted: AUSTRALIA, 1993. Lawyer, Arthur Robinson & Hedderwicks Melbourne Australia, 1992-1994; Lawyer, Blake Dawson Waldron Melbourne, 1994; Corp. Counsel, Australia & New Zealand Bkg. Grp. Ltd. Melbourne, 1995; Lect., Fac. of Law Monash Univ. Melbourne, 1995-2000; Sr. Lect., Univ. of Nottingham Law Sch. U.K., 2000-2001; Ass't Prof., Case Western Res., 2001-2004; Assoc. Prof. & Assoc. Dir., Frederick K. Cox Int'l Law Cntr., 2004-2006; Prof. & Co-Dir., Law Tech and the Arts Cntr. and Assoc. Dir. Frederick K. Cox. Int'l Law Cntr., Since 2006. Subjects: Commercial Information & the Law (S); Contract Law; Cyberlaw; Finance Law; Intellectual Property Survey; International Business Transactions. Books & Awards: Security Over Intangible Prop., 2000; Cyberspace Law: Cases & Materials (with Ku) 2nd ed, 2006. Member: Banking Law Ass'n (Australasia); Int'l Soc. for Law & Tech. (Int'l Prog. Com.).

Yair Listokin (Yale Law School)
Session: Taxation
Bio: LISTOKIN, YAIR, (M) Assoc. Prof. of Law Yale. b.1975. AB, 1998, Harvard; PhD, 2002, Princeton; JD, 2005, Yale. Jud. Clerk, Hon. Richard Posner Chgo., 2005-2006. Subjects: Contracts (S).

Mr. Ron Lospennato (Southern Poverty Law Center)
Session: Poverty Law

Guadalupe T. Luna (Northern Illinois University College of Law)
Session: Open Source
Bio: LUNA, GUADALUPE, T. (F) Interim Assoc. Dean & Prof. No. Illinois. b.1949. BA, 1981; JD, 1985, Minnesota. Ed.-in-Ch., L. & Inequality, A J. of Theory & Prac. Admitted: MN, 1987. Clerk, Holmes & Graven Mpls., 1985-1986; Jud. Clerk, Hon. Theodore McMillian U.S.C.A. 8th Cir. St. Louis MO, 1987-1988; Staff Att'y, Mexican Am. Legal Educ'l Fund San Antonio, 1988-1992; Adj. Prof., Univ. of Texas, 1991-1992; Ass't Prof., No. Illinois, 1992-1996; Assoc. Prof., 1996-2004; Prof., Since 2004. Subjects: Agricultural Law; Jurisprudence; Property; Remedies. Member: Am. Law Inst.

Nora Lustig (Tulane University)
Session: Open Roundtable: The Socio-Economic Road to Economic Recovery*

John A. Lynch, Jr. (University of Baltimore School of Law)
Session: Part-Time Division Programs
Bio: LYNCH, JOHN, A., JR. (M) Prof. Baltimore. b.1949. AB, 1971, St. Anselm's Coll.; JD, 1974, Geo. Wash.; LLM, 1978, Geo. Wash. Admitted: DC, 1975. Staff Att'y, Univ. Legal Serv. DC, 1975-1976; Tchg. Fel., Geo. Wash., 1976-1978; Ass't Prof., Baltimore, 1978-1981; Assoc. Prof., 1981-1984; Prof., Since 1984. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Conflict of Laws; Federal Courts; Federal Income Tax; Legal Research & Writing. Books & Awards: Art of Advocacy - Jury Instrucs. (with Baldwin & Davidson), 1989; Maryland Rules Commentary (with Niemeyer, Schuett & Bourne), 2003; Modern Maryland Civil Proc. (with Bourne), 2004.

Catharine A. MacKinnon (The University of Michigan Law School)
Session: Presidential Program I - Transformative Scholarship*
Bio: MAC KINNON, CATHARINE, A. (F) Elizabeth A. Long Prof. Michigan. b.1946. LLD, 1991, Haverford; BA, 1969, Smith; JD, 1977, Yale; PhD, 1987, Yale; LLD, 1989, Reed. Admitted: CT, 1977. Att'y, New Haven Law Collec. CT, 1977-1980; Ass't Prof., Minnesota, 1982-1984; Prof., Osgoode Hall, 1988-1990; Prof., Michigan, Since 1990; Vis. Prof., Univ. of Chgo., 1997-2004; Co-Dir., The Lawyers' Alliance for Women (LAW) Proj. Equality Now, 2001-2005. Subjects: Constitutional Law; Feminist Legal Theory (S); International Law (S); Sex Equality-30 Years; Sexual Harassment (S); Speech (S); Women's Human Rights (S). Books & Awards: Cntr. for Adv'd Study Fellow, 2005-, 6; Sexual Harrassment of Working Women, 1979; Feminism Unmodified, 1987; Toward a Feminist Theory of the St., 1989; Only Words, 1993; Dist. Res. Scholar, ABF, 2007. Member: AAAS (Elec. Fellow, 2005). Consultantships: Legal Com. & Consult., Women's Legal Educ. & Action Fund, Canada, 1985-91; Consult. & Rep. (pro bono), Survivor Orgs. & Indiv. Women in Croatia & Bosnia-Herzegovina, since 1991.

Rhonda Magee (University of San Francisco School of Law)
Session: Balance in Legal Education
Bio: MAGEE, RHONDA, (F) Prof. San Francisco. b.1967. BA, 1989; MA, 1993; JD, 1993, Univ. of Va. Arts. Rev. Bd. & Ed'l Bd., Va. L. Rev. Admitted: CA, 1993. Assoc. Att'y, Sonnenschein Nath & Rosenthal San Fran., 1993-1998; Assoc. Prof., San Francisco, 1998-2003; Prof., Since 2003. Subjects: Insurance (S); Race Law & Policy (S); Torts. Member: The Raven Soc.

Sandra Magliozzi (Santa Clara University School of Law)
Session: Plenary II
Bio: MAGLIOZZI, SANDRA, Dir., Internships & Externships Santa Clara.

Tayyab Mahmud (Seattle University School of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: Socio-Economics and the Critical Schools
Bio: MAHMUD, TAYYAB, (M) Prof. of Law & Director, Cntr. for Global Just. Seattle. BA, 1975, Univ. of Punjab; MA, 1977; PhD, 1981, Hawaii; JD, 1987, Cal., Hastings. Arts. Ed., Hastings Int'l & Comp. L. Rev. Admitted: CA, 1987; PAKISTAN, 1990. Assoc., Pettit & Martin San Fran., 1987-1989; Vis. Ass't Prof., Cleve.-Marshall, 1989-1990; Ass't Prof., 1990-1995; Assoc. Prof., 1995-2001; Prof., 2001-2004; Vis. Prof., Seattle, 2003-2004; Prof. & Chair, Global Perspectives Grp. John Marshall, 2004-2007; Vis. Prof. Seattle, 2006-2007; Prof., Seattle, Since 2007. Subjects: Civil Rights; Comparative Law; Contracts; International Law; International Transactions; Legal History. Consultantships: Bd. of Dirs., Lat Crit, since 2003; Co-Pres., SALT, 2006-08.

Mr. Darryl Malek-Wiley (Louisiana and Mississippi Sierra Club Office)
Michael P. Malloy (University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law)
Session: National Security Law, Co-Sponsored by Sections on International Human Rights and International Law
Bio: MALLOY, MICHAEL, P. Dist. Prof. & Scholar. McGeorge. BA, 1973, Georgetown; JD, 1976, Pennsylvania; PhD, 1983, Georgetown. Admitted: NJ, 1976. Res. Assoc., Inst. of Int'l Law & Econ. Dev. DC, 1976-1977; Att'y-Adv'r, U.S. Treas. Dep't DC, 1977-1980; Att'y-Adv'r, Comptroller of the Currency DC, 1981; Spec. Counsel, SEC DC, 1981-1982; Ass't Prof., New York L.S., 1982-1983; Assoc. Prof., Seton Hall, 1983-1986; Prof. & Assoc. Dean, 1986-1987; Prof., Fordham, 1987-1996; Dir., Grad. Studies, 1990-1994; Prof., McGeorge, 1996-2002; Gastprofessor, Rechtswissenschaftliche Fakultat Univ. Salzburg, 2000; Vis. Prof., Suffolk, 2001-2002; Dist. Prof. & Scholar, McGeorge, Since 2003; Gastprofessor, Rechtswissenschaftliche Fakultat Univ. of Salzburg , 2005 - 2008; Vis. Prof., Macau Univ. of Sci. & Tech. PRC, 2006 - 2008. Subjects: Administrative Law; Business Associations; Commercial Paper; Contracts; Cyber Crimes (S); Economic Sanctions (S); Financial Institutions; International Banking; International Trade; Law and Literature (S); Securities Regulation. Books & Awards: Banking Law and Regulation (3 vols.), 1994; U.S. Economic Sanctions: Theory and Prac., 2001; Principles of Bank Regulation, 2d ed., 2003; Int'l Banking: Cases and Materials, 2d ed., 2005; Banking and Financial Services Law: Cases and Materials, 2d ed., 2005; Global Issues in Contract Law (with others), 2007. 2000, Distinguished Faculty of the Year; 1973, Phi Beta Kappa.Member: Athens Inst. for Educ. and Res.; Int'l Law Ass'n (Am. Branch).; L'Ass'n des Auditeurs et Anciens Auditeurs de L'Academie de Droit Int'l de La Haye; ASIL (Exec. Com., 1986-89). Consultantships: Spec. Ass't (For. Assets Control), U.S. Treas. Dep't, since 1985; Consult., Admin. Conf. of the U.S., 1986-87, 1988-91; Lect. on Law, Morin Cntr. for Banking & Fin'l Law Studies, 1986-90, 1995-96, 2001-01.

Robin Paul Malloy (Syracuse University College of Law)
Session: Disability Law
Bio: MALLOY, ROBIN PAUL, E.I. White Chair & Dist. Prof. of Law; Dir., Ctr. on Prop., Citizenship, & Social Entrepreneurism; Prof. of Economics Syracuse. b.1956. BS, 1977, Purdue Univ.; JD, 1980, Univ. of Florida; LLM, 1983, Illinois. Admitted: FL, 1980. Assoc. Att'y, Gunster Yoakley Criser & Stewart P.A. Palm Beach FL, 1980-1982; Vis. Instr., Illinois, 1982-1983; Ass't Prof., Texas Tech, 1983-1985; Ass't Prof., Ind. Indpls., 1985-1987; Assoc. Prof., 1987-1988; Assoc. Prof., Tulane, 1988-1990; Prof. of Law & Econ., Syracuse, 1990-2004; Assoc. Dean, Res., 1991-1992; Sun Life Vis. Res. Fel., Mansfield Coll. Oxford Univ., 1997; Vice Dean, E.I. White Chair & Dist. Prof. of Law , Since 2004; Dir., Ctr. on PCSC, Since 2006. Subjects: Contracts; Land Use Planning; Law & Economics; Law & Market Economy; Property; Real Estate Transactions. Books & Awards: Plng. for Serfdom: Legal Economic Discourse and Downtown Dev., 1991; Law and Market Economy: Reinterpreting the Values of Law and Economics, 2000; Law in a Market Context: An Introduction to Market Concepts in Legal Reasoning, 2004; Real Estate Transactions (with Smith), 1998, 3d ed., 2007. Member: Law & Soc. Ass'n; Order of the Coif; AALS (Chair, Sect. in Law & Humanities, 2004, Chair, Sect. on Real Estate Transactions, 2006). Consultantships: Ed.-in-Ch., The Digest, Law Jour. of the Nat'l Italian-Am. Bar Assn.; Res. Fel., Cntr. for Semiotic Res. in Law, Gov't & Econ., Penn. St. Univ., 1989-98; Adv'y, Land & Real Estate Initiative, The World Bank, 1998-05.

Robin Paul Malloy (Syracuse University College of Law)
Session: Real Estate Transactions, Co-Sponsored by Section on Property Law
Bio: MALLOY, ROBIN PAUL, E.I. White Chair & Dist. Prof. of Law; Dir., Ctr. on Prop., Citizenship, & Social Entrepreneurism; Prof. of Economics Syracuse. b.1956. BS, 1977, Purdue Univ.; JD, 1980, Univ. of Florida; LLM, 1983, Illinois. Admitted: FL, 1980. Assoc. Att'y, Gunster Yoakley Criser & Stewart P.A. Palm Beach FL, 1980-1982; Vis. Instr., Illinois, 1982-1983; Ass't Prof., Texas Tech, 1983-1985; Ass't Prof., Ind. Indpls., 1985-1987; Assoc. Prof., 1987-1988; Assoc. Prof., Tulane, 1988-1990; Prof. of Law & Econ., Syracuse, 1990-2004; Assoc. Dean, Res., 1991-1992; Sun Life Vis. Res. Fel., Mansfield Coll. Oxford Univ., 1997; Vice Dean, E.I. White Chair & Dist. Prof. of Law , Since 2004; Dir., Ctr. on PCSC, Since 2006. Subjects: Contracts; Land Use Planning; Law & Economics; Law & Market Economy; Property; Real Estate Transactions. Books & Awards: Plng. for Serfdom: Legal Economic Discourse and Downtown Dev., 1991; Law and Market Economy: Reinterpreting the Values of Law and Economics, 2000; Law in a Market Context: An Introduction to Market Concepts in Legal Reasoning, 2004; Real Estate Transactions (with Smith), 1998, 3d ed., 2007. Member: Law & Soc. Ass'n; Order of the Coif; AALS (Chair, Sect. in Law & Humanities, 2004, Chair, Sect. on Real Estate Transactions, 2006). Consultantships: Ed.-in-Ch., The Digest, Law Jour. of the Nat'l Italian-Am. Bar Assn.; Res. Fel., Cntr. for Semiotic Res. in Law, Gov't & Econ., Penn. St. Univ., 1989-98; Adv'y, Land & Real Estate Initiative, The World Bank, 1998-05.

Linda A. Malone (William & Mary Law School)
Session: National Security Law, Co-Sponsored by Sections on International Human Rights and International Law
Bio: MALONE, LINDA, A. Marshall-Wythe Fdn. Prof. & Dir., Human Rts. & Nat'l Security Law Prog. Wm. & Mary. BA, 1975, Vassar Coll.; JD, 1978, Duke; LLM, 1984, Illinois. Res. & Mng. Ed., Duke L.J. Admitted: GA, 1978; IL, 1979. Assoc., Alston Miller & Gaines (now Alston & Bird) Chgo., 1978-1979; Assoc., Ross & Hardies Chgo., 1979-1981; Clerk, Judge Wilbur F. Pell Jr. U.S.C.A. 7th Cir. Chgo., 1981-1982; Instr., Illinois, 1982-1983; Ass't Prof., Ark. Fayetteville, 1983-1986; Assoc. Prof., 1986-1988; Vis. Assoc. Prof., Denver, 1987-1988; Assoc. Prof., Wm. & Mary, 1988-1991; Prof., Since 1991; Vis. Prof., Duke, 1992; Vis. Prof., Univ. of Va., 1998; Vis. Prof., Wash. & Lee, 1999; Vis. Prof., Univ. of Va., 2006-2007. Subjects: Criminal Law; Environmental Law; Environmental Regulation of Land Use (S); International Law; Women's Rights. Books & Awards: Envt'l Regulation of Land Use, 1990; 1997 Fulbright/OSCE Reg. Res. Award, 1997; VA Women's Bar Award for Advmt. of Women's Rts., 2000; Defending the Environment: Civil Soc. Strategies to Enforce Int'l Envt'l Law, 2006. Member: Int'l Soc. for the Reform of Crim Law (Exec. Bd.).; World Conservation Union (Envt'l Law Comm.); ALI. Consultantships: Assoc. Ed., Yearbook of Int'l Envtl. Law, 1991-98; Adv'y Coun., Nat'l Enforcement Trng. Inst., EPA, since 1991; Adv'y Com., Nat'l Acad. of Sci., since 2000.

Suzette M. Malveaux (The Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law)
Session: Civil Procedure, Co-Sponsored by Section on Litigation
Bio: MALVEAUX, SUZETTE, M. (F) Assoc. Prof. Cath. Uni. b.1966. BA, 1988, Harvard Univ.; JD, 1994, New York Univ. N.Y.U. L. Rev. Admitted: MD, 1996; DC, 1999. Clerk, Hon. Robert L. Carter U.S.D.C. S.D.N.Y. NYC, 1994-1995; Assoc., Wash. Lawyers' Com. for Civil Rts. DC, 1995-1998; Sr. Assoc., Cohen Milstein Hausfeld & Toll P.L.L.C. DC, 1998-2003; Ass't Prof., Alabama, 2003-2006; Assoc. Prof., Cath. Univ., Since 2006. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Civil Rights; Complex Litigation; Employment Discrimination; Public International Law. Books & Awards: Class Actions and Other Multi-Party Litig. Cases and Materials, 2d. ed., 2006; Teacher's Manual to Accompany Class Actions & Other Multi-Party Litig. Cases & Materials, 2d ed., 2007. Consultantships: Counsel, Alexander v. The St. of OK, No. 03-CV-133-E(C), 2003-07.

Susan V. Mangold (SUNY Buffalo Law School)
Session: Poster Presentation Sponsored by Section on Family and Juvenile Law
Bio: MANGOLD, SUSAN, V. (F) Prof. Buffalo. b.1960. BA, 1982; JD, 1987, Harvard. Admitted: PA, 1987; NY, 1993. Att'y, Juv. Law Cntr. Phila., 1987-1992. Subjects: Child Welfare Law; Civil Procedure. Member: Law & Soc. Assn. Consultantships: Law Guardian Adv'y Com., Appellate Div., NY St. Cts., since 2001.

David A. Marcello (Tulane University School of Law)
Session: Nonprofit and Philanthropy Law*
Bio: MARCELLO, DAVID, A. (M) Exec. Dir., Public Law Cntr. & Adj. Prof. Tulane. b.1946. BA, 1968, Williams Coll.; JD, 1971, Tulane. Ass't Ed., Tul. L. Rev. Admitted: LA, 1971. Exec. Dir., LA Cntr. for the Public Interest New Orl., 1974-1978; Exec. Counsel to the Mayor, City of New Orl., 1978-1980; Dir., Barham & Churchill New Orl., 1980-1985; Of Counsel, Stone Pigman Walther Wittman & Hutchinson New Orl., 1985-1987; Exec. Dir., Public Law Cntr. & Lect. Tulane, Since 1988. Subjects: Administrative Advocacy; Advanced Legislative & Administrative Advocacy; Legislative Process. Member: Phi Beta Kappa.; Order of the Coif. Consultantships: Legis. Coord'r, City of New Orls., since 1994; Chair, Mayor's Home Role Charter Rev. Adv'y Com., 1994-95.

Peter Margulies (Roger Williams University School of Law)
Session: National Security Law, Co-Sponsored by Sections on International Human Rights and International Law
Bio: MARGULIES, PETER, (M) Prof. Roger Williams. b.1956. BA, 1978, Colgate Univ.; JD, 1981, Columbia. Arts. Ed., Colum. J.L. & Soc. Probs. Admitted: NY, 1981. Staff Att'y & Sr. Att'y, Mental Health Info. Serv. NYC, 1981-1984; Assoc. Clin. Prof., New York L.S., 1984-1987; Clin. Assoc. Prof., Hofstra, 1988-1989; Vis. Prof., CUNY at Queens, 1989-1992; Assoc. Prof., St. Thomas, 1992-1997; Prof., 1997-2001; Vis. Prof. & Dir., Disability Law Clinic Roger Williams, 2000-2001; Dir., Disability Law Clinic, 2001-2006; Prof., Since 2001; Vis. Prof., St. John's, 2006. Subjects: Immigration Law (S); National Security Law; Professional Responsibility. Member: Law & Soc. Assn.

Terry A. Maroney (Vanderbilt University Law School)
Session: Concurrent Session: Emotions and Behavior*
Bio: MARONEY, TERRY, A. (F) Assoc. Prof. Vanderbilt. b.1967. BA, 1989, Oberlin Coll.; JD, 1998, New York Univ. Notes Ed., N.Y.U. L. Rev. Admitted: NY, 1999; DC, 2002. Clerk, Hon. Amalya L. Kearse U.S.C.A. 2d Cir. NYC, 1998-1999; Skadden Fel., Urban Just. Cntr. Peter Cicchino Youth Proj. NYC, 1999-2001; Assoc., Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale & Dorr LLP NYC, 2001-2004; Furman Fel., New York Univ., 2004-2005; Fellow, Southern Cal., 2005-2006; Ass't Prof., Vanderbilt, Since 2006. Subjects: Criminal Law; Juvenile Justice. Books & Awards: Summa cum laude, NYU, 1998; Law Rev. Alum. Ass'n Award, New York Univ., 1998. Member: Order of the Coif.; Am. Psych.-Law Soc.; Int'l Soc. for Res. on Emotion.

Florencia Marotta-Wurgler (New York University School of Law)
Session: Commercial and Related Consumer Law*
Bio: MAROTTA-WURGLER, FLORENCIA, (F) Assoc. Prof. New York Univ. BA, 1996, Pennsylvania; JD, 2001, New York Univ. Admitted: NY, 2002. Assoc., Davis Polk & Wardwell NYC, 2001-2003; Fellow, Fordham, 2003-2004; Wagner Fel., Stern Sch. of Bus. New York Univ., 2004-2006; Ass't Prof., New York Univ., Since 2006. Subjects: Commercial Law; Contracts; Corporations; E-Commerce (S); Research Seminar for Future Academics (S). Member: Soc. for Empirical Legal Studies; Am. Law and Economics Ass'n.

Ellen Marrus (University of Houston Law Center)
Session: Children and the Law*
Bio: MARRUS, ELLEN, (F) George Butler Res. Prof. Houston. b.1951. BA, 1973, Kean Coll.; JD, 1990, San Francisco; LLM, 1992, Georgetown. U. San Fran. L. Rev. Admitted: CA, 1991. Tchg. Fel., Georgetown, 1990-1992; Public Defender, Solano Cty. Conflict Public Defender Fairfield CA, 1992-1995; Assoc. Prof. & Dir., Clinics Houston, 1995-2005; Dir., SW Reg'l Juv. Defender Cntr. Houston, 2000-2005; George Butler Res. Prof., Houston, Since 2005; Co-Dir., Ctr. for Children Law Policy Houston, Since 2006. Subjects: Children & the Law; Client Interviewing & Counseling; Clinical Teaching; Criminal Procedure; Juvenile Law (S); Juvenile Law; Professional Responsibility. Books & Awards: Children and Juv. Just. (with Rosenberg), 2007. Consultantships: Bd. Mem. & Pres., Gulf Coast Legal Servs., 1996-04; Bd. Mem. & Pres., Nat'l Juv. Defender Cntr., since 2000.

Ellen Marrus (University of Houston Law Center)
Session: Juvenile Justice and Child Welfare*
Bio: MARRUS, ELLEN, (F) George Butler Res. Prof. Houston. b.1951. BA, 1973, Kean Coll.; JD, 1990, San Francisco; LLM, 1992, Georgetown. U. San Fran. L. Rev. Admitted: CA, 1991. Tchg. Fel., Georgetown, 1990-1992; Public Defender, Solano Cty. Conflict Public Defender Fairfield CA, 1992-1995; Assoc. Prof. & Dir., Clinics Houston, 1995-2005; Dir., SW Reg'l Juv. Defender Cntr. Houston, 2000-2005; George Butler Res. Prof., Houston, Since 2005; Co-Dir., Ctr. for Children Law Policy Houston, Since 2006. Subjects: Children & the Law; Client Interviewing & Counseling; Clinical Teaching; Criminal Procedure; Juvenile Law (S); Juvenile Law; Professional Responsibility. Books & Awards: Children and Juv. Just. (with Rosenberg), 2007. Consultantships: Bd. Mem. & Pres., Gulf Coast Legal Servs., 1996-04; Bd. Mem. & Pres., Nat'l Juv. Defender Cntr., since 2000.

Lawrence C. Marshall (Stanford Law School)
Session: AALS Committee on Curriculum Issues Program
Bio: MARSHALL, LAWRENCE, C. (M) Prof., David & Stephanie Mills Dir., Clin. Educ. & Assoc. Dean, Public Interest & Clin. Educ. Stanford. b.1959. BA, 1979, Beth Hatalmud Coll.; JD, 1985, Northwestern. Notes & Comments Ed., Nw. U.L. Rev. Admitted: IL, 1987. Clerk, Ch. Judge Patricia M. Wald DC, 1985-1986; Clerk, Assoc. Just. John Paul Stevens DC, 1986-1987; Ass't Prof., Northwestern, 1987-1990; Assoc. Prof., 1990-1993; Prof., Since 1993; Assoc. Dean, Public Interest & Clin. Educ., Since 2006. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Constitutional Law; Criminal Defense Clinic; Criminal Law; Criminal Procedure; Federal Courts; Professional Responsibility. Books & Awards: 1996, American Bar Assocication Pro Bono Publico Award.Member: Order of the Coif. Consultantships: Rptr., Illinois Supreme Court Committee on Professional Responsibility, 1993-95.

Richard A. Matasar (New York Law School)
Session: for the Law School Dean - Workshop for Deans-only
Bio: MATASAR, RICHARD, A. (M) Dean, Pres. & Prof. NYLS. b.1952. BA, 1974; JD, 1977, Pennsylvania. Res. & Writing Ed., U. Pa. L. Rev. Admitted: PA, 1977; DC, 1979. Clerk, Judge Max Rosenn U.S.C.A. 3d Cir. Wilkes-Barre PA, 1977-1978; Assoc., Arnold & Porter DC, 1978-1980; Assoc. Prof., Iowa, 1980-1984; Prof., 1984-1991; Vis. Prof., Michigan, 1989; Assoc. Dean, 1989-1991; Dean & Prof., Chicago-Kent, 1991-1996; V.P., Downtown Campus, 1995-1996; Prof., Univ. of Florida, 1996-1997; Dean, 1996-1999; Levin, Mabie & Levin Prof., 1997-2000; Dean, Pres. & Prof. New York L.S., Since 2000. Subjects: Advance Civil Procedure; Constitutional Litigation; Federal Jurisdiction; Trial & Appellate Advocacy. Books & Awards: Fed. Juris. (with Collins & Clinton), 1996. Member: COIF.; ALI; Phi Beta Kappa. Consultantships: Fin. Com., LSAC, since 2001; Bd. of Dirs., Acess Grp., Inc., since 2001.

Richard A. Matasar (New York Law School)
Session: Continuing Legal Education, Co-Sponsored by Section for the Law School Dean*
Bio: MATASAR, RICHARD, A. (M) Dean, Pres. & Prof. NYLS. b.1952. BA, 1974; JD, 1977, Pennsylvania. Res. & Writing Ed., U. Pa. L. Rev. Admitted: PA, 1977; DC, 1979. Clerk, Judge Max Rosenn U.S.C.A. 3d Cir. Wilkes-Barre PA, 1977-1978; Assoc., Arnold & Porter DC, 1978-1980; Assoc. Prof., Iowa, 1980-1984; Prof., 1984-1991; Vis. Prof., Michigan, 1989; Assoc. Dean, 1989-1991; Dean & Prof., Chicago-Kent, 1991-1996; V.P., Downtown Campus, 1995-1996; Prof., Univ. of Florida, 1996-1997; Dean, 1996-1999; Levin, Mabie & Levin Prof., 1997-2000; Dean, Pres. & Prof. New York L.S., Since 2000. Subjects: Advance Civil Procedure; Constitutional Litigation; Federal Jurisdiction; Trial & Appellate Advocacy. Books & Awards: Fed. Juris. (with Collins & Clinton), 1996. Member: COIF.; ALI; Phi Beta Kappa. Consultantships: Fin. Com., LSAC, since 2001; Bd. of Dirs., Acess Grp., Inc., since 2001.

Therese H. Maynard (Loyola Law School )
Session: Securities Regulations
Bio: MAYNARD, THERESE, H. (F) Prof. & Leo J. O'Brien Fellow. Loyola, L.. b.1955. BA, 1978, Cal., Irvine; JD, 1981, U.C.L.A. Admitted: CA, 1981. Att'y, Gibson Dunn & Crutcher Newport Beach CA, 1981-1983; Assoc. Prof., Loyola L.A., 1983-1987; Prof., Since 1987; Vis. Prof., U.C.L.A., 1995. Subjects: Advanced Securities Regulation (S); Business Planning (S); Business Planning (S); Corporations; Mergers & Acquisitions; Mergers & Acquisitions; Securities Regulation. Books & Awards: Mergers & Acquisitions: Cases and Materials, 2005; Mergers & Acquisitions, 2d ed, 2009. Member: Order of the Coif; Phi Beta Kappa. Consultantships: Adv'y Bd. of Eds., Securities Reg. Law Jour.; Bd. of Gov'rs, Inst. for Corp. Counsel; Bd. of Adv'rs, Orange Cty. Bar Ass'n.

Susan Maze-Rothstein (Northeastern University School of Law)
Session: Engaging Faculty: Using Pro Bono to Teach Doctrine and Skills*
Bio: MAZE-ROTHSTEIN, SUSAN, (F) Assoc. Prof. Northeastern. BS, 1981, Cornell; JD, 1985, Boston Coll. Admitted: MA, 1987.

Janice Kay McClendon (Stetson University College of Law)
Session: Employee Benefits
Bio: MC CLENDON, JANICE KAY, (F) Prof. Stetson. JD, 1996, Utah; BA, 1987, Univ. of Texas; LLM, 1997, New York Univ. Co-Ed., J. of Int'l Aging, Law & Poly. Admitted: NJ, 1997; DC, 1998. Clerk, Judge Laro U.S. Tax Ct. DC, 1997-1998; Assoc., Steptoe & Johnson DC, 1998-1999; Assoc., Annis & Mitchell Tampa, 1999-2000; Assoc., Kalish & Ward Tampa, 2000-2001; Ass't Prof., Stetson, 2001-2004; Assoc. Prof., Since 2004. Subjects: Advanced Employee Benefits Plans; Agency, Partnership, LLCs & Unincorporated Associations; Federal Income Tax. Member: Order of the Coif.; AALS (House of Reps., Exec. Com., Sect. on Aging & the Law). Consultantships: Liason, Tax Sect., FL Bar, since 2002.

Patricia A. McCoy (University of Connecticut School of Law)
Session: Financial Institutions and Consumer Financial Services Breakfast*
Bio: MC COY, PATRICIA, A. (F) George & Helen M. England Prof. of Law and Director, Ins. Law Cntr. Connecticut. b.1954. BA, 1976, Oberlin Coll.; JD, 1983, Cal., Berkeley. Ed.-in-Ch., Indust'l Rels. L.J. Admitted: DC, 1984. German Marshall Fund (DAAD) Scholar, Ludwig-Maximilians Univ., Munich, 1976-77. Clerk, Hon. Robert S. Vance U.S.C.A. 11th Cir. B'ham, 1983-1984; Assoc., Mayer Brown Rowe & Maw DC, 1984-1990; Part., 1991-1992; Ass't Prof., Cleve.-Marshall, 1992-1996; Assoc. Prof., 1997-2001; Vis. Prof., Connecticut, 2000; Prof., Cleve.-Marshall, 2001-2002; Prof., Connecticut, 2002 - 2006; Vis. Scholar, Dep't of Econ. M.I.T. Cambridge, 2002-2003; George J. & Helen M. England Prof., Univ. of Connecticut Sch. of Law, 2006 - Pres; Adj. Research Scholar, Columbia Law Sch., 2009 - 2010. Subjects: Banking Law and Regulation; Business Organizations; Consumer Finance Law (S); Financial Institutions (S); Law of Mutual Funds (S); Retirement Security Law (S); Securities Regulation. Books & Awards: Banking Law Manual: Fed. Regulation of Financial Holding Companies, Banks and Thrifts, 2d ed., 2000; Financial Modernization After Gramm-Leach-Bliley (ed.), 2002. Consultantships: Chair, Sect. on Fin'l Insts. & Consumer Fin'l Servs., AALS, 2001-02; Mem., Consumer Adv'y Coun., Fed. Res. Bd., 2002-04; Ed'l Adv'y Bd. Mem., Cambridge Series on Law, Finance & Econ., Oxford University Press, 2007-09.

Barbara B. McFarland (Northern Kentucky University, Salmon P. Chase College of Law)
Session: Academic Support*
Bio: MC FARLAND, BARBARA, B. (F) Ass't Prof. & Interim Dir., Stud. Initiatives No. Ky. Univ.-Chase. b.1952. BS, 1974, Univ. of Va.; JD, 1981, Cincinnati. Admitted: OH, 1982. Instr., Cincinnati, 1981-1984; Clerk, Hon. Timothy Hogan U.S.D.C. S.D. OH, 1984-1986; Instr. & Dir., Legal Res. & Writing Cincinnati, 1986-1992; Legal Res. & Writing Prof., 1992-2006; Clerk, Hon. J. Gregory Wehrmann U.S. Magistrate Judge Covington KY, Since 1994; Ass't Prof. & Interim Dir., Acad. Support No. Ky.-Chase, Since 2006. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Judicial Extern Program; Legal Drafting (S); Legal Writing; Trial & Appellate Advocacy. Books & Awards: Law of Premises Liability (with Weissenberger), 2001. Member: Salmon P. Chase Inn of Ct.; ALWD; Legal Writing Inst.

Mr. Michael C. McGoings (U.S. Department of Justice)
Session: Immigration Law, Co-Sponsored by Section on Administrative Law

Deborah B. McGregor (Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law)
Session: Legal Writing, Reasoning and Research and Teaching Methods Joint Program
Bio: MC GREGOR, DEBORAH, B. Clin. Prof. & Ass't Dir., Legal Analysis, Res. & Communication. Ind., Indianapolis. BA, 1973, Univ. of Evansville; JD, 1982, Georgetown. Admitted: VA, 1983; CO, 1984. Vis. Lect., Legal Writing Ind. Bloomington, 1986-1989; Lect., Legal Writing Ind. Indpls., 1989-2003; Ass't Dir., Legal Writing, 1992-2003; Clin. Assoc. Prof. & Ass't Dir., Legal Analysis Res. & Communication, Since 2003. Subjects: Legal Research & Writing; Torts. Books & Awards: Student Bar Assn's Best New Tchr. Award, 1992; Tchg. Excellence Recog. Award, 1995, 1998 &, 2003. Member: Legal Writing Inst.; Ass'n of Legal Writing Dirs.

Professor Ewan McKendrick (University of Oxford)
Session: Scholarship

John J. McMahon (University of Idaho College of Law)
Session: Developing Best Realistic Practices in Pro Bono Programs
Bio: MCMAHON, JACK, Idaho.

Gregory S. McNeal (Pennsylvania State University The Dickinson School of Law)
Session: National Security Law, Co-Sponsored by Sections on International Human Rights and International Law
Bio: MCNEAL, GREGORY, S. (M) Vis. Ass't Prof. of Law Penn State - Dickinson. PHD, Pennsylvania St. U.-School of Public Affrs.; MPA, American; JD, Case Western Res.; BA, Lehigh Univ. Exec. Symposium Editor, Harvard Jour. of Law and Public Policy. ; Exec. Ed., Harv. J.L. & Pub. Pol'y. Admitted: DC, 2007. Co-Principal Investigator- Transnational Counterterrorism Cooperation Prog., U.S. Dep. of Just., DC, 2006 - 2007; Sr. Fellow in Counterterrorism and International Law, Case Western Res. Univ. Sch. of Law, 2006 - 2007; Vis. Assistant Prof., Pennsylvania St. University, Dickinson Sch. of Law, 2007 - Pres. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Counterterrorism Prosecution (S); Counterterrorism Prosecution (S); Criminal Law; Criminal Procedure; Evidence; International Criminal Law; National Security Law. Books & Awards: Saddam on Trial: Understanding the Iraqi High Tribunal (with Scharf) , 2006; Finalist for L’Association Internationale de Droit Penal’s Bk. of the Yr. Award, 2006; Law Across Borders: Rts. and Security in Counterterrorism Cases, 2010. Member: Vice Pres. and Dir. of Studies- Int'l Ass'n of Penal Law; Exec. Committee- AALS National Security Law Sect. Consultantships: Consult., U.S. Department of Defense Office of Military Commissions , 2006-07; Editor- National Security Law Report, ABA Standing Committee on Law and National Security, since 2007.

Mr. John V. McShane (The Law Offices of John V. McShane, P.C.)
Session: Balance in Legal Education

Geoffrey S. Mearns (Cleveland State University, Cleveland-Marshall College of Law)
Session: Evidence
Bio: MEARNS, GEOFFREY, S. (M) Dean & Prof. Cleve.-Marshall. b.1959. BA, 1981, Yale; JD, 1987, Univ. of Va. Admitted: NY, 1988; OH, 1999. Clerk, Hon. Boyce F. Martin Jr. U.S.C.A. 6th Cir., 1987-1988; Assoc., Jones Day Reavis & Pogue NYC, 1988-1989; Ass't U.S. Att'y. U.S. Dep't of Just., Bklyn., 1989-1998; Part., Thompson Hine LLP Cleve., 1998-2001; Part., Baker & Hostetler Cleve., 2002-2005; Dean & Prof., Cleve.-Marshall, Since 2005. Subjects: Federal Criminal Law; Trial Advocacy. Member: Order of the Coif. Consultantships: Trustee, Applewood Cntrs., Inc., since 2001; Trustee, Cleve. Bar Ass'n, since 2005.

Daniel S. Medwed (University of Utah, S. J. Quinney College of Law)
Session: Criminal Justice*
Bio: MEDWED, DANIEL, S. Assoc. Prof. Utah. b.1968. BA, 1991, Yale; JD, 1995, Harvard. Admitted: MA, 1995; NY, 1998. Assoc., Goodwin Procter & Hoar Boston MA, 1995-1998; Assoc., Shearman & Sterling NYC, 1998; Assoc. Appellate Counsel, Crim. App. Bur. Legal Aid Soc., 1998-2000; Adj. Instr., Brooklyn, 1999-2000; Instr., 2000-2004; Assoc. Prof., Utah, Since 2004; Professor, Univ. of Utah, 2009 - Pres. Subjects: Civil Rights; Criminal Law; Evidence; Wrongful Convictions (S). Member: Phi Beta Kappa.

Daniel S. Medwed (University of Utah, S. J. Quinney College of Law)
Session: Evidence
Bio: MEDWED, DANIEL, S. Assoc. Prof. Utah. b.1968. BA, 1991, Yale; JD, 1995, Harvard. Admitted: MA, 1995; NY, 1998. Assoc., Goodwin Procter & Hoar Boston MA, 1995-1998; Assoc., Shearman & Sterling NYC, 1998; Assoc. Appellate Counsel, Crim. App. Bur. Legal Aid Soc., 1998-2000; Adj. Instr., Brooklyn, 1999-2000; Instr., 2000-2004; Assoc. Prof., Utah, Since 2004; Professor, Univ. of Utah, 2009 - Pres. Subjects: Civil Rights; Criminal Law; Evidence; Wrongful Convictions (S). Member: Phi Beta Kappa.

Salil K. Mehra (Temple University, James E. Beasley School of Law)
Session: Law and Computers*
Bio: MEHRA, SALIL, K. (M) James E. Beasley Prof. Temple. b.1969. AB, 1991, Harvard; MA, 1992, Cal., Berkeley; JD, 1995, Univ. of Chgo. U. Chi. L. Rev. Admitted: NY, 1997. Assoc., Wachtell Lipton Rosen & Katz, NYC, Pres; Clerk, Ch. Judge Juan Torruella 1st Cir. San Juan, PR, Pres; Trial Att'y (Honors Prog.), USDOJ Antitrust Div. DC, 1996-1997. Subjects: Antitrust; Contracts; Corporations; Japanese Law (S). Books & Awards: 2010, Abe Fellowship.Member: COIF.

Nina A. Mendelson (The University of Michigan Law School)
Session: Administrative Law
Bio: MENDELSON, NINA, A. (F) Prof. Michigan. b.1964. AB, 1986, Harvard; JD, 1989, Yale. Arts. Ed., Yale L.J. Admitted: WA, 1991; MI, 2002. Clerk, Hon. Pierre Leval U.S.D.C. S.D. NY, 1989-1990; Clerk, Hon. John Walker U.S.C.A. 2d Cir. NYC, 1990-1991; Att'y, Heller Ehrman White & McAuliffe Seattle, 1991-1994; Fellow, U.S. Senate Envt. & Public Works Com. DC, 1994; Trial Att'y, Envt. & Natural Resources Div. Policy Legis. & Spec. Litig. U.S. Dep't of Just. DC, 1995-1999; Ass't Prof., Michigan, 1999-2004; Prof., Since 2004. Subjects: Administrative Law; Environmental Law; Legislation.

Jeanne Merino (Stanford Law School)
Session: Plenary I
Bio: MERINO, JEANNE, Legal Res. & Prog. Dir. Stanford.

Deborah J. Merritt (The Ohio State University, Michael E. Moritz College of Law)
Session: AALS Committee on Curriculum Issues Program
Bio: MERRITT, DEBORAH, J. (F) John Deaver Drinko-Baker & Hostetler Chair. Ohio State. b.1955. BA, 1977, Harvard; JD, 1980, Columbia. Mng. Ed., Colum. L. Rev. Admitted: GA, 1981; OH, 2009. Clerk, Hon. Ruth Bader Ginsburg DC, 1980-1981; Clerk, Just. Sandra Day O'Connor DC, 1981-1982; Assoc., Bondurant Miller Hishon & Stephenson Atlanta, 1982-1984; Ass't Prof., Illinois, 1984-1988; Assoc. Prof., 1988-1991; Prof., 1991-1995; Assoc. Dean, 1993-1995; Prof., Women's Studies, 1993-1995; John Deaver Drinko-Baker & Hostetler Chair & Prof., Ohio St., Since 1995; Dir., John Glenn Inst. Ohio St., 2000-2005. Subjects: Criminal Defense Clinic; Evidence; Law & Social Science; Law and Psychology; Legal Research and Writing; Torts; Women & Law (S). Books & Awards: Learning Evid. (with Simmons), 2009. 2009, University Distinguished Teacher; 2003, Distinguished Diversity Enhancement; 2002, Distinguished Scholar Award; 2004, University Commencement Speaker.Member: Phi Beta Kappa; ABF. Consultantships: Mem., OSBA Task Force on Legal Education, 2008-09.

Ms. Katherine Anne Meyer (Meyer Glitzenstein & Crystal)
Session: Animal Law*

Bernadette A. Meyler (Cornell Law School)
Session: Law and the Humanities
Bio: MEYLER, BERNADETTE, A. (F) Assoc. Prof. Cornell. b.1974. Literature, 1995, Harvard Coll.; JD, 2003, Stanford; English, 2006, UC, Irvine. Sr. Symp. Ed., Stan. L. Rev. Admitted: NY, 2004. Ph.D. Cand., English, Cal., Irvine, 2004. Jud'l Clerk, Hon. Robert A. Katzmann U.S.C.A. 2d Cir. NYC, 2003-2004; Ass't Prof., Cornell, Since 2004; Assoc. Prof., Cornell Univ., 2007 - Pres. Subjects: Constitutional Law; History of the Common Law in England and America; Law and Humanities Colloquium (S); Law and Literature. Books & Awards: 2009, Mellon/LAPA Fellowship in Law and the Humanities; 2007, Affinito-Stewart Grant .Member: Shakespeare Ass'n of Am.; Am. Comp. Lit. Ass'n; Order of the Coif; Ass'n for the Study of Law, Culture, & the Humanities.

Robert J. Miller (Lewis and Clark Law School)
Session: Indian Nations and Indigenous Peoples*
Bio: MILLER, ROBERT, J. (M) Prof. Lewis & Clark. b.1951. JD, 1991, Lewis & Clark; BS, 1988, Eastern Oregon Univ. Res. & Dev. Ed., Envtl. L. Admitted: OR, 1991. Clerk, U.S.C.A. 9th Cir. Portland OR, 1991-1992; Att'y, Stoel Rives LLP Portland, 1992-1995; Att'y, Hobbs Straus Dean & Walker LLP Portland, 1995-1999; Ass't Prof., Lewis & Clark, 1999-2003; Assoc. Prof., 2003-2005; Prof., Since 2007. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Native American Law (S); Native American Law. Books & Awards: Native America, Discovered and Conquered: Thomas Jefferson, Lewis & Clark, and Manifest Destiny, 2006. Consultantships: Ch. Just., Confederated Tribes of the Grand Ronde Community.; Bd. Mem., Nat'l Indian Child Welfare Ass'n, 1995-04; Bd. Mem., OR Native Am. Bus. Entrepreneurial Network, since 1998.

Russell A. Miller (Washington and Lee University School of Law)
Session: Comparative Law, Co-Sponsored by Section on National Security Law
Bio: MILLER, RUSSELL, A. (M) Assoc. Prof. Wash. & Lee. b.1969. BA, 1991, Wash. St. Univ.; MA, 1994; JD, 1994, Duke; LLM, 2002, J.W. Goethe Univ., Germany. Co-Ed.-in-Ch., German L.J. Admitted: AZ, 1995. Staff Att'y, AZ Capital Rep'n Proj. Phoenix, 1994-1995; Clerk, Hon. Robert Whaley U.S.D.C. Spokane WA, 1995-1996; Staff Att'y, Off. Post-Convic. Defender Nashville TN, 1996-1999; Fellow, Robert Bosch Fdn. Karlsruhe Germany, 1999-2000; Adv'r, German Fed. Const'l Ct. Germany, 2000-2001; Fellow, Max Planck Inst. for Comp. & Public Int'l Law, 2001-2002. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Conflict of Laws; Constitutional Law; Criminal Procedure; International Environmental Law & Policy; International Law. Books & Awards: Allan G. Shepard Dist. Prof., 2005; Outstanding Fac. Serv. Award, 2005; Annual of German and European Law (with Zumbansen), 2004, 2d ed., 2005; Transboundary Harm in Int'l Law: Lessons from the Trail Smelter Arb. (with Bratspies), 2006. Member: Twenty-First Century Trust (Fellow).; ASCL (Assoc. Mem.). Consultantships: Co-Dir., German Law Jour., 2000-05; Exec. Com., Sect. on Int'l Law, AALS, 2004-05, Exec. Com., Sect. on Comp. Law, 2004-06.

Elliott S. Milstein (American University, Washington College of Law)
Session: First Meeting of AALS House of Representatives
Bio: MILSTEIN, ELLIOTT, S. (M) Prof. American. b.1944. BA, 1966, Univ. of Hartford; JD, 1969, Connecticut; LLM, 1971, Yale; LLD, 1997, Univ. of Hartford; LLD, 2001, Nova Southeastern. Admitted: CT, 1969; DC, 1973. Lect. & Co-Dir., Legal Clinic Connecticut, 1969-1970; Sr. Staff Att'y, New Haven Legal Assist. Ass'n Inc., 1971-1972; Ass't Prof., American, 1972-1974; Dir., Clin. Progs., 1972-1988; Assoc. Prof., 1974-1976; Acting Assoc. Dean, Fac. Affrs., 1977-1978; Prof., Since 1977; Co-Dir., Nat'l Veterans Law Cntr., 1978-1984; Interim Dean, American, 1988-1990; Dean, 1990-1993; Interim Pres., 1993-1994; Dean, 1994-1995; Vis. Prof., New York L.S., 2007. Subjects: Alternate Dispute Resolution (S); Clinical Teaching (S); Criminal Law; International Human Rights (S); Legal Profession; Office Practice (S). Books & Awards: 1992, William Pincus Award for Outstanding Contributions to Clin. Ed.; 2006, The Lever Award from DC Law Students in Court.Member: AALS (Chair, Com. on Clin. Educ., 1993-94, Exec. Com., 1996-01, Pres., 2000); AALS (Parliamentarian, 2003-2009). Consultantships: Fac., AALS Clin. Tchrs.' Conf., 1978-81, 1983-84, 1986, 1988, 1998-99, Chair, since 1992; Multi St. Perf. Test Com., Nat'l Conf. of Bar Exam'rs, 1996-04; Performance Test Consult., St. Bar of CA, since 2004.

Elliott S. Milstein (American University, Washington College of Law)
Session: Presidential Program III - Transformative Advocacy
Bio: MILSTEIN, ELLIOTT, S. (M) Prof. American. b.1944. BA, 1966, Univ. of Hartford; JD, 1969, Connecticut; LLM, 1971, Yale; LLD, 1997, Univ. of Hartford; LLD, 2001, Nova Southeastern. Admitted: CT, 1969; DC, 1973. Lect. & Co-Dir., Legal Clinic Connecticut, 1969-1970; Sr. Staff Att'y, New Haven Legal Assist. Ass'n Inc., 1971-1972; Ass't Prof., American, 1972-1974; Dir., Clin. Progs., 1972-1988; Assoc. Prof., 1974-1976; Acting Assoc. Dean, Fac. Affrs., 1977-1978; Prof., Since 1977; Co-Dir., Nat'l Veterans Law Cntr., 1978-1984; Interim Dean, American, 1988-1990; Dean, 1990-1993; Interim Pres., 1993-1994; Dean, 1994-1995; Vis. Prof., New York L.S., 2007. Subjects: Alternate Dispute Resolution (S); Clinical Teaching (S); Criminal Law; International Human Rights (S); Legal Profession; Office Practice (S). Books & Awards: 1992, William Pincus Award for Outstanding Contributions to Clin. Ed.; 2006, The Lever Award from DC Law Students in Court.Member: AALS (Chair, Com. on Clin. Educ., 1993-94, Exec. Com., 1996-01, Pres., 2000); AALS (Parliamentarian, 2003-2009). Consultantships: Fac., AALS Clin. Tchrs.' Conf., 1978-81, 1983-84, 1986, 1988, 1998-99, Chair, since 1992; Multi St. Perf. Test Com., Nat'l Conf. of Bar Exam'rs, 1996-04; Performance Test Consult., St. Bar of CA, since 2004.

Elliott S. Milstein (American University, Washington College of Law)
Session: Second Meeting of AALS House of Representatives
Bio: MILSTEIN, ELLIOTT, S. (M) Prof. American. b.1944. BA, 1966, Univ. of Hartford; JD, 1969, Connecticut; LLM, 1971, Yale; LLD, 1997, Univ. of Hartford; LLD, 2001, Nova Southeastern. Admitted: CT, 1969; DC, 1973. Lect. & Co-Dir., Legal Clinic Connecticut, 1969-1970; Sr. Staff Att'y, New Haven Legal Assist. Ass'n Inc., 1971-1972; Ass't Prof., American, 1972-1974; Dir., Clin. Progs., 1972-1988; Assoc. Prof., 1974-1976; Acting Assoc. Dean, Fac. Affrs., 1977-1978; Prof., Since 1977; Co-Dir., Nat'l Veterans Law Cntr., 1978-1984; Interim Dean, American, 1988-1990; Dean, 1990-1993; Interim Pres., 1993-1994; Dean, 1994-1995; Vis. Prof., New York L.S., 2007. Subjects: Alternate Dispute Resolution (S); Clinical Teaching (S); Criminal Law; International Human Rights (S); Legal Profession; Office Practice (S). Books & Awards: 1992, William Pincus Award for Outstanding Contributions to Clin. Ed.; 2006, The Lever Award from DC Law Students in Court.Member: AALS (Chair, Com. on Clin. Educ., 1993-94, Exec. Com., 1996-01, Pres., 2000); AALS (Parliamentarian, 2003-2009). Consultantships: Fac., AALS Clin. Tchrs.' Conf., 1978-81, 1983-84, 1986, 1988, 1998-99, Chair, since 1992; Multi St. Perf. Test Com., Nat'l Conf. of Bar Exam'rs, 1996-04; Performance Test Consult., St. Bar of CA, since 2004.

Lillian Aponte Miranda (Florida International University College of Law)
Session: International Human Rights
Bio: MIRANDA, LILLIAN, APONTE (F) Ass't Prof. Florida International. BA, 1998, Univ. of Florida.; JD, 2001, Univ. of Florida. Exec. Art. Ed., U. Fla. J. L. & Pub. Pol'y. Admitted: FL, 2001. Complex Commercial Litig. Assoc., Bilzin Sumberg Baena Price and Axelrod LLP Miami, 2001-2003; Ass't Prof. of Legal Skills and Values, Florida Int'l Univ. Coll. of Law, 2003 - 2007; Vis. Assistant Profesor of Law, Univ. of Oregon Sch. of Law, 2006; Ass't Prof., Florida Int'l Univ. Coll. of Law, 2007 - Pres. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Complex Litigation; Indigenous Peoples in International Law (S); International Human Rights; Property. Member: Am. Soc. of Int'l Law.

R. Judson Mitchell (Loyola University New Orleans College of Law)
Session: New Orleans Neighborhood Solidarity Tour
Bio: MITCHELL, JUDSON, Loyola, New Or.

Thomas W. Mitchell (University of Wisconsin Law School)
Session: Real Estate Transactions, Co-Sponsored by Section on Property Law
Bio: MITCHELL, THOMAS, W. (M) Assoc. Prof. Wisconsin. b.1965. BA, 1987, Amherst Coll.; JD, 1993, Howard; LLM, 1999, Wisconsin. Note Ed., How. L.J. Admitted: CA, 1993; DC, 1994. Assoc. Att'y, Covington & Burling DC, Washington, DC, 1993-1995; Clerk, Judge Emmett G. Sullivan Dist. Ct. DC Cir., Washington, D.C., 1995-1996; Assoc. Prof., Univ. of Wisconsin Law Sch., Since 2000; Assoc. Prof., DePaul, 2004-2006. Subjects: Property; Property & Community Development; Remedies. Member: Law & Soc. Assn. Consultantships: Bd. of Dirs., Farmers' Legal Action Grp., since 2001; Rptr., National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws, since 2007; Member, National Adv'y Bd., Rural Policy Research Institute, since 2008.

Matthew J. Mitten (Marquette University Law School)
Session: Law and Sports*
Bio: MITTEN, MATTHEW, J. (M) Prof. & Dir., Nat'l Sports Law Inst. and LL.M. in Sports Law for Foreign Lawyers Prog. Marquette. b.1959. BA, 1981, Ohio St.; JD, 1984, Toledo. Note & Comment Ed., U. Tol. L. Rev. Admitted: GA, 1984. Assoc. Att'y, Kilpatrick Stockton LLP Atlanta, 1984-1989; Ass't Prof., So. Tex. Coll., 1990-1992; Assoc. Prof., 1992-1994; Prof., 1994-1999; Prof. & Dir., Nat'l Sports Law Inst. Marquette, Since 1999; Assoc. Dean, Acad. Affrs., 2002-2004. Subjects: Antitrust; Legal Profession; Sports Law; Torts. Books & Awards: The Franchise Trademark Law Hdbk. (Contrib. Author), 1994; Sports law and Regulation: Cases, Materials, and Problems (2d ed.) (with Davis, Smith & Berry) , 2009. Member: Sports Lawyers Ass'n (Bd. of Dirs.).; Order of the Coif; Phi Kappa Phi. Consultantships: Chair, Law & Sports Sect., AALS, 2000-01; Com. on Competitive Safeguards & Med. Aspects of Sports, Nat'l Collegiate Athletic Ass'n, 1999-05, Chair, 2002-05; Bd. of Directors, Sports Lawyers Association, since 2003.

William B. T. Mock (The John Marshall Law School)
Session: National Security Law, Co-Sponsored by Sections on International Human Rights and International Law
Bio: MOCK, WILLIAM, B. T. (M) Prof. John Marshall. BA, 1973, Haverford Coll.; JD, 1979, Georgetown. Sr. Topics Ed., Law & Pol'y Int'l Bus. Admitted: DC, 1979; IL, 1986. Grad. Study, Shakespeare Inst., U. B'ham, Eng., 1973-74. Assoc., Metzger Shadyac & Schwarz DC, 1979-1981; Ass't to Dir. Prof'l Dev., Baker & McKenzie Chgo. & NYC, 1982-1983; Ass't Prof., John Marshall, 1983-1987; Assoc. Prof., 1987-1991; Prof., 1991 - Pres; Dir., Cntr. for Int'l & Comp. Studies, 1992-2000; Assoc. Dean, Acad. Affrs. John Marshall, 2004 - 2007. Subjects: Comparative Human Rights Law; Comparative Human Rights Law; Corporations; Estates & Trusts; International Environmental Law; International Trade Law; International Transactions; Introduction to United States Law; Public International Law; Securities Regulation. Books & Awards: Human Rts. in Europe (with G. Demuro), 2009. Consultantships: Global Plng. Com., Global Legal Studies III and V, since 2007; Co-Editor, Year-In-Review, ABA International Law Section , since 2009; , .; Arb'r, AAA, NASD, NFA, Chgo. Mercantile Exchg., since 1989. visiting, Law Faculty, University of Cagliari, Sardinia, Italy, Fall 2009.

Carl C. Monk (Washburn University School of Law)
Session: Comparative Law, Co-Sponsored by Sections on Africa, International Legal Exchange, Post-Graduate Legal Education, and Women in Legal Education
Bio: MONK, CARL, C. (M) Dist. Prof. Washburn. b.1942. BA, 1965, Oklahoma St. Univ.; JD, 1971, Howard. Bd. of Eds., How. L. Rev. Admitted: DC, 1971; NY, 1973. Assoc., Simpson Thacher & Bartlett NYC, 1971-1974; Ass't Prof., Washburn, 1974-1978; Acting Dean, 1978-1979; Assoc. Prof., 1978-1981; Dean, 1979-1988; Prof., 1981-1988; Vis. Scholar, Brooklyn, 1985-1986; Dep. Dir., AALS DC, 1988-1990; Dist. Prof., Washburn, Since 1988; Vis. Prof., Hawaii, 1990-1991; Exec. V.P. & Exec. Dir., AALS DC, Since 1992; Adj. Prof., American, Since 2003. Subjects: Administrative Law; Aviation and Space Law; Civil Procedure; Communications Law (S); Comparative Media Law (S); Constitutional Law; Contracts. Member: Int'l Ass'n of Law Schs. (Pres., since 2005).; AALS (Chair, Prof'l Dev. Com., 1983-86); Consortium of Social Sci. Ass'ns (Chair, Exec. Com., 2000-04). Consultantships: Bd. of Dirs., KS CLU, 1980-83; Chair, Affirmative Action Com., ABA Sect. on Legal Educ. & Adms. to the Bar, 1986-88; Chair, Adv'y Com. on Specialized & Prof'l Accred., Coun. for Higher Educ. Accred., 1998-02.

Samantha A. Moppett (Suffolk University Law School)
Session: Poster Presentations Sponsored by Section on Legal Writing, Reasoning and Research
Bio: MOPPETT, SAMANTHA, A. (F) Professor, Legal Writing. Suffolk. BA, 1991, Bucknell Univ.; JD, 1995, Suffolk. Suffolk U.L. Rev. Admitted: MA, 1995. Clerk to the Justs., Superior Ct. of MA Boston, 1995-1996; Assoc., Lane Altman & Owens Boston, 1996-1997; Legal Prac. Skills Instr., Suffolk, 1997-1999; Legal Writing Prof., Ariz. St., 1999 - 2002; Prof. of Legal Writing, Suffolk Univ. Law Sch., 2002 - Pres. Subjects: Legal Practice Skills. Books & Awards: Navigating the Internet: Legal Res. on the World Wide Web (with Ramy), 2001. Member: AALS; Ass'n of Legal Writing Directors; Legal Writing Inst.

Rachel F. Moran (University of California, Berkeley School of Law)
Session: AALS Committee on International Cooperation Luncheon*
Bio: MORAN, RACHEL, F. (F) Robert D. & Leslie Kay Raven Prof. Cal., Berkeley. b.1956. AB, 1978, Stanford; JD, 1981, Yale. Yale L.J. Admitted: CA, 1984. Clerk, Ch. Judge Wilfred Feinberg U.S.C.A. 2d Cir. NYC, 1981-1982; Assoc., Heller Ehrman White & McAuliffe San Fran., 1982-1983; Acting Prof., Cal. Berkeley, 1984-1988; Prof., Since 1988. Subjects: Criminal Procedure; Law & Education (S); Torts. Books & Awards: Educational Policy and the Law, 4th ed., 2001; Interracial Intimacy: The Regulation of Race and Romance, 2001. Member: Phi Beta Kappa; ALI. Consultantships: Chair, Steering Com., UC ACCORD, since 2000; Dir., Inst. for the Study of Social Change, since 2003.

Rachel F. Moran (University of California, Berkeley School of Law)
Session: Welcome - Pro Bono and Public Service Workshop
Bio: MORAN, RACHEL, (F) Robert D. & Leslie Kay Raven Prof. Cal., Berkeley. b.1956. AB, 1978, Stanford; JD, 1981, Yale. Yale L.J. Admitted: CA, 1984. Clerk, Ch. Judge Wilfred Feinberg U.S.C.A. 2d Cir. NYC, 1981-1982; Assoc., Heller Ehrman White & McAuliffe San Fran., 1982-1983; Acting Prof., Cal. Berkeley, 1984-1988; Prof., Since 1988. Subjects: Criminal Procedure; Law & Education (S); Torts. Books & Awards: Educational Policy and the Law, 4th ed., 2001; Interracial Intimacy: The Regulation of Race and Romance, 2001. Member: Phi Beta Kappa; ALI. Consultantships: Chair, Steering Com., UC ACCORD, since 2000; Dir., Inst. for the Study of Social Change, since 2003.

Rachel F. Moran (University of California, Berkeley School of Law)
Session: Second Meeting of AALS House of Representatives
Bio: MORAN, RACHEL, (F) Robert D. & Leslie Kay Raven Prof. Cal., Berkeley. b.1956. AB, 1978, Stanford; JD, 1981, Yale. Yale L.J. Admitted: CA, 1984. Clerk, Ch. Judge Wilfred Feinberg U.S.C.A. 2d Cir. NYC, 1981-1982; Assoc., Heller Ehrman White & McAuliffe San Fran., 1982-1983; Acting Prof., Cal. Berkeley, 1984-1988; Prof., Since 1988. Subjects: Criminal Procedure; Law & Education (S); Torts. Books & Awards: Educational Policy and the Law, 4th ed., 2001; Interracial Intimacy: The Regulation of Race and Romance, 2001. Member: Phi Beta Kappa; ALI. Consultantships: Chair, Steering Com., UC ACCORD, since 2000; Dir., Inst. for the Study of Social Change, since 2003.

Rachel F. Moran (University of California, Berkeley School of Law)
Session: AALS Presidential Program - Film Screening of Trouble the Water
Bio: MORAN, RACHEL, F. (F) Robert D. & Leslie Kay Raven Prof. Cal., Berkeley. b.1956. AB, 1978, Stanford; JD, 1981, Yale. Yale L.J. Admitted: CA, 1984. Clerk, Ch. Judge Wilfred Feinberg U.S.C.A. 2d Cir. NYC, 1981-1982; Assoc., Heller Ehrman White & McAuliffe San Fran., 1982-1983; Acting Prof., Cal. Berkeley, 1984-1988; Prof., Since 1988. Subjects: Criminal Procedure; Law & Education (S); Torts. Books & Awards: Educational Policy and the Law, 4th ed., 2001; Interracial Intimacy: The Regulation of Race and Romance, 2001. Member: Phi Beta Kappa; ALI. Consultantships: Chair, Steering Com., UC ACCORD, since 2000; Dir., Inst. for the Study of Social Change, since 2003.

Rachel F. Moran (University of California, Berkeley School of Law)
Session: First Meeting of AALS House of Representatives
Bio: MORAN, RACHEL, (F) Robert D. & Leslie Kay Raven Prof. Cal., Berkeley. b.1956. AB, 1978, Stanford; JD, 1981, Yale. Yale L.J. Admitted: CA, 1984. Clerk, Ch. Judge Wilfred Feinberg U.S.C.A. 2d Cir. NYC, 1981-1982; Assoc., Heller Ehrman White & McAuliffe San Fran., 1982-1983; Acting Prof., Cal. Berkeley, 1984-1988; Prof., Since 1988. Subjects: Criminal Procedure; Law & Education (S); Torts. Books & Awards: Educational Policy and the Law, 4th ed., 2001; Interracial Intimacy: The Regulation of Race and Romance, 2001. Member: Phi Beta Kappa; ALI. Consultantships: Chair, Steering Com., UC ACCORD, since 2000; Dir., Inst. for the Study of Social Change, since 2003.

Blake D. Morant (Wake Forest University School of Law)
Session: for the Law School Dean - Workshop for Deans-only
Bio: MORANT, BLAKE, D. (M) Dean. Wake Forest. b.1952. BA, 1975, Univ. of Virginia; JD, 1978, Univ. of Va. Admitted: VA, 1978; DC, 1986. Ass't Staff Judge Advocate, USA J.A.G. Corp DC, 1978-1985; Sr. Assoc., Braude Margulies et al. P.C. DC, 1985-1987; Ass't Gen. Counsel, DC Metro Transit Auth., 1987-1992; Prof'l Lect., American, 1988-1992; Assoc. Prof., Toledo, 1992-1997; Vis. Assoc. Prof., Michigan, 1994; Vis. Prof., Wash. & Lee, 1996; Assoc. Prof., 1997-2000; Prof., Washington and Lee Univ. Sch. of Law, 2000 - 2007; Dir., Frances Lewis Law Cntr., 2001-2006; Vis. John Stone Prof., The Univ. of Alabama Sch. of Law, 2002; Assoc. Dean, Acad. Affrs., 2006 - 2007; Dean and Prof., Wake Forest Univ. , 2007 - Pres. Subjects: Administrative Law; Communications Law - Law & Journalism (S); Contracts; Law & Education; Legal Method. Books & Awards: Communications Law: Media, Entertainment, and Regulation (with Lively, Hammond & Weaver), 1997; Law Touched Our Hearts -- A Generation Remembers Brown v. Bd. of Educ. (ed. Robinson and Bonnie), 2009. Member: ; Phi Beta Kappa.; Raven Soc.;. Consultantships: Task Force Appointee, Gender Bias Study of the VA Cts., Sup. Ct. of VA, 1998-00; Ed'l Bd., Jour. of Legal Educ., AALS, 2000-02; Vice Pres., North Carolina Bar Association, 2009-10.

Joelle Anne Moreno (Florida International University College of Law)
Session: Evidence
Bio: MORENO, JOELLE ANNE, (F) Prof. Florida International. b.1962. BA, 1984, Swarthmore Coll.; JD, 1989, Pennsylvania. U. Pa. L. Rev. Admitted: CT, 1989; NY, 1990; DC, 1991. Assoc., Ross Dixon & Masback DC, 1989-2002; Fed. Prosecutor, Antitrust Div. U.S. Dep't of Just. DC, 1992-1995; Adj. Prof., Thomas Jefferson, 1997-1998; Prof., Fla. Int'l, Since 2006. Subjects: Alternative Dispute Resolution; Criminal Advocacy; Criminal Law; Criminal Procedure; Evidence; Scientific Evidence (S). Member: Am. Const. Soc. for Law & Policy; AALS (Exec. Com., Evid. Sect.). Consultantships: , Hispanic Nat'l Bar Assn.; Child Abuse Com., Soc. Pediatric Radiology, since 2000.

Thomas D. Morgan (The George Washington University Law School)
Session: Professional Responsibility
Bio: MORGAN, THOMAS, D. (M) Oppenheim Prof. of Antitrust & Trade Reg. Law. Geo. Was. b.1942. BA, 1962, Northwestern; JD, 1965, Univ. of Chgo. Comment Ed., U. Chi. L. Rev. Admitted: IL, 1965. Bigelow Fel., Univ. of Chgo., 1965-1966; Ass't Prof., Illinois, 1966-1967; Att'y, USAF Gen. Counsel DC, Washington, 1967-1970; Assoc. Prof., Illinois, 1970-1974; Vis. Assoc. Prof., Cornell, 1974; Prof., Illinois, 1974-1980; Dean & Prof., Emory, 1980-1985; Dist. Prof., Emory, 1985-1989; Oppenheim Prof., Geo. Wash., 1989 - 1998; Vis. Prof., Brigham Young, 1994; Rex E. Lee Prof., Brigham Young, 1998-2000; Oppenheim Prof., Geo. Wash. 1989-98, Since 2000. Subjects: Antitrust; Intellectual Property; Legal Profession; Regulated Industries. Books & Awards: Cases & Materials on Regulation and Deregulation (with Harrison & Verkuil), 2d ed., 2004; Lawyer Law, 2005; Problems and Materials on Prof'l Responsibility (with Rotunda), 10th ed, 2008; Cases & Materials on Modern Antitrust Law and Its Origins, 4th ed., 2009. Member: Am. Law & Econ. Assn.; COIF; ALI. Consultantships: Exec. Com., AALS, 1986-92; Assoc. Rptr., Restmt. of the Law Governing Lawyers, ALI, 1986-00; Pres., AALS, 1990-91.

Juliet M. Moringiello (Widener University School of Law)
Session: Commercial and Related Consumer Law*
Bio: MORINGIELLO, JULIET, M. Prof. (Harrisburg). Widener. b.1962. BSFS, 1984, Georgetown; JD, 1987, Fordham; LLM, 1993, Temple. Staff Mem., Fordham Int'l L.J. Admitted: NY, 1988; PA, 1995. Assoc., Emmet Marvin & Martin NYC, 1987-1991; Grad. Fellow in Legal Educ., Temple, 1991-1993; Ass't Prof., Widener, 1993-1996; Assoc. Prof., 1996-2004; Prof., Since 2004. Subjects: Bankruptcy; Commercial Law; Electronic Commerce (S); Property. Member: ALI. Consultantships: Chair, Pubs. Com., Sect. of Bus. Law, ABA, 2000-02, Coun. Mem., 2002-06, Co-Chair, Electronic Commerce Subcom., Cyberspace Law Com., 2002-05.

Emily Morris (Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law)
Session: Poster Presentation Sponsored by Section on Law, Medicine and Health Care
Bio: MORRIS, EMILY, Assoc. Prof. Ind., Indianapolis.

Joseph F. Morrissey (Stetson University College of Law)
Session: New Law Professors
Bio: MORRISSEY, JOSEPH, F. (M) Ass't Prof. Stetson. b.1967. JD, 1993, Columbia; BA, 1989, Princeton Univ. Note Ed., Colum J. of Transnat'l L. Admitted: IL, 1993. Assoc., Mayer Brown & Platt Chgo. & Tashkent, 1993-1997; V.P. & Legal Counsel, Unifund Geneva Switz., 1998-1999; Assoc., Kirkland & Ellis Chgo., 1999-2001; Vis. Ass't Prof., Chicago-Kent, 2002-2004; Ass't Prof. Stetson, Since 2004. Subjects: Business Organizations; Contracts; Corporations; International Business Transactions; Securities Regulation. Consultantships: Dir., Bd. of Am. Chamber of Commerce, Tashkent, Uzbekistan, 1996-97.

Scott A. Moss (University of Colorado School of Law)
Session: Employment Discrimination Law*
Bio: MOSS, SCOTT, A. (M) Assoc. Prof. Colorado. b.1973. MA, 1995, Stanford; BA, 1995; JD, 1998, Harvard. Sr. Ed., Harv. Civ. Rts.-Civ. Lib. L. Rev. Admitted: NY, 1999. Clerk, Hon. Constance Baker Motley U.S.D.C. S.D.N.Y NYC, 1998-1999; Assoc., Outten & Golden LLP NYC, 1999-2004; Ass't Prof., Marquette, 2004-2007; Assoc. Prof., Colorado, Since 2007. Subjects: Constitutional Law; Employment Law; Federal Class Actions (S); Law & Economics.

Linda S. Mullenix (The University of Texas School of Law)
Session: Litigation, Co-Sponsored by Section on Civil Procedure
Bio: MULLENIX, LINDA, S. (F) Morris & Rita Atlas Chair in Advocacy. Univ. of Texas. b.1950. BA, 1971, CUNY at Queens; MPhil, 1974, Columbia; PhD, 1977, Columbia; JD, 1980, Georgetown. Editor, Staff, The Tax Lawyer. Admitted: DC, 1981; TX, 1991. Instructor, U. Md., Ramstein, Germany, 1974; Ass't. Prof., Fordham Univ., NYC, 1975 - 1977; Ass't Prof., Amer. Univ., Wash. D.C., 1977 - 1980; Prof. Lect., Geo. Wash. Univ., Wash. D.C., 1977 - 1980; Assoc., Pierson Ball & Dowd DC, Wash D.C., 1980-1981; Clin. Prof., Loyola Law Sch. of L.A., 1981-1982; Vis. Prof., Loyola of L.A. Law Sch., 1982-1983; Vis. Ass't Prof., Cath. Univ. Law Sch., 1983-1984; Ass't Prof., Cath. Univ. Law Sch., 1984-1986; Assoc. Prof., Cath. Univ. Law Sch., 1986-1990; S. Ct. Jud. Fel., Fed. Jud. Cntr. DC, Wash. D.C., 1989 - 1990; Prof., Cath. Univ., 1990-1991; Vis. Prof., Univ. of Texas Law Sch., 1991; Bernard J. Ward Cent'l Prof., Univ. of Texas, 1991-2001; Vis. Prof., Harvard Law Sch., 1994-1995; Vis. Prof., Michigan, 1996; Vis. Prof., Southern Methodist, 1998; Reuschlein Dist. Vis. Chair, Villanova, 2000; Res. Scholar, Bellagio Res. & Study Cntr. Rockefeller Fdn. Italy, 2002; Fulbright Dist. Sr. Chair in Law, U.S. Fulbright Comm. Trento Italy, 2007. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Class Action Litigation (S); Conflict of Laws; Federal Courts; Mass Tort Litigation. Books & Awards: Moore's Fed. Practice, Vol. 17, Venue and Interrelationship of St. and Fed. Courts (with Vairo), 1997; Understanding Fed. Courts (Lexis-Nexis with Redish, et al.), 1998; Am. Law Inst. Restmt. of the Law Governing Lawyers (Assoc. Rptr.)., 2000; St. Class Action Prac. and Proc. (CCH 2 Vols.), 2000; Fed. Courts in the Twenty-First Century (with Fink, et al.), 1996, 2d ed., 3d ed. 2007, 2002; Civil Proc. (Thomson West 2d ed. 2004), 2004; Mass Tort Litigation: Cases and Materials, 2d ed. 2008, 2008. 2002, Scholar-in-Residence, Bellagio Study and Conference Cnt'r; 2005, Fellow, Texas Bar Foundation; 1970, Phi Beta Kappa; 1989, Supreme Court Judicial Fellow; 2007, Fulbright Distinguished Senior Chair in Law, Trento, Italy; 2000, Harold Gill Reuschlein Distinguished Visting Chair, Villanova.Member: Phi Beta Kappa; Int'l Ass'n of Proc'l Law.; ALI. Consultantships: Chair, Prof. Dev. Comm.; Exec. Comm. Conflicts of Law Sec.; Chair, Plng. Comm. New Teachers Wksp.; Exec. Comm & Plng. Comm. Civil Proc. Sect, AALS, 1987-96; Columnist, Nat'l L.J., since 1989; Contrib. Editor, ABA Preview of Sup. Ct. Cases, American Bar Ass'n, since 1989; Adv'y Com., Nat'l Cntr. for St. Cts., Study on St. Ct. Civil Discovery, 1990-92; Consultative Group, Complex Litig. Project; Transnat'l Rules of Civil Proc., ALI , since 1990; Vice-Chair, Civil Proc. & Evid. Comm., ABA Tort & Ins. Prac. Section, 1995-97; Contrib. Ed. & Consult., ABA, Rptr., Task Force on Class Actions, Tort & Ins. Sect., 1995-96; Ed. Bd., J. of Legal Educ., 1997-00; Bd. of Eds., Securities & Class Action Litig. Rpts., since 2000; Int'l. Ed. Bd., Revista de Proceso, Instituto Braseiro de Direito, since 2008.

Dr. Thomas Murphy (Valuation Risk & Strategy LLC)
Session: Insurance Law

Amy Myers (American University, Washington College of Law)
Session: Poster Presentations Sponsored by Section on Clinical Legal Education
Bio: MYERS, AMY, Practitioner-in-Residence American.

John C. Nagle (Notre Dame Law School)
Session: Environmental Law, Co-Sponsored by Section on Natural Resources*
Bio: NAGLE, JOHN, C. (M) John N. Matthews Prof. Notre Dame. b.1960. BA, 1982, Ind., Bloomington; JD, 1986, Michigan. Admitted: KS, 1987. Jud. Clerk, Hon. Deanell Reece Tacha Lawrence KS, 1986-1987; Att'y/Adv'r, U.S. Dep't of Just. Off. of Legal Counsel DC, 1988-1991; Trial Att'y, U.S. Dep't of Just. Envtl. & Natural Resources Div. DC, 1991-1994; Assoc Prof., Seton Hall, 1994-1999; Vis. Assoc. Prof., Notre Dame, 1998-1999; Assoc. Prof., 1999-2001; Prof., Since 2001; J. William Fulbright Scholar Prog. Dist. Lect., Tsinghua Univ. Sch. of Law Beijing China, 2002. Subjects: Biodiversity & The Law (S); Election Law; Environmental Law (S); International Environmental Law (S); Pollution Law (S); Property. Books & Awards: The Law of Biodiversity and Ecosystem Mgt. (with Ruhl), 2002; Questions and Answers: Prop., 2003; Property: Cases and Materials (with Smith, Larson & Kidwell), 2004; The Law of Biodiversity and Ecosystem Mgt. (with Ruhl), 2d ed., 2006.

Donna M. Nagy (Indiana University Maurer School of Law)
Session: Hot Topic Program: The Constitution and the Economy: Accountability and Autonomy in a Time of Financial Market and Regulatory Transformations
Bio: NAGY, DONNA, M. (F) C. Ben Dutton Prof. of Bus. Law Ind., Maurer. b.1965. BA, 1986, Vassar Coll.; JD, 1989, New York Univ. Art. Ed., N.Y.U. L. Rev. Admitted: DC, 1990; OH, 2000. Assoc., Debevoise & Plimpton DC, 1989-1994; Ass't Prof., Cincinnati, 1994-1998; Assoc. Prof., 1998-1999; Prof., 1999-2001; Vis. Prof., Illinois, 2001; Charles Hartsock Prof., Cincinnati, 2001-2006; Assoc. Dean, Fac., 2002-2004; Interim Dean, 2004-2005; C. Ben Dutton Prof., Bus. Law Ind. Bloomington, Since 2006. Subjects: Constitutional Law; Corporations; Securities Litigation (S); Securities Regulation. Books & Awards: Ferrara on Insider Trading and the Wall (with Ferrara & Thomas), 2003; Securities Litig. and Enforcement: Cases and Materials 2d ed. (with Painter & Sachs), 2008. Member: Order of the Coif; Phi Beta Kappa; ALI. Consultantships: Chair, Planning Comm. for AALS Conference on Business Associations, 2008-09; Vice Pres. and Mem. of Bd. of Trustees, SEC Historical Society, since 2008; Mem., AALS Standing Com. on Audit and Association Investment Policy, since 2009.

Cynthia E. Nance (University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Robert A. Leflar Law Center)
Session: Small Group Discussion - for the Law School Dean
Bio: NANCE, CYNTHIA, E. (F) Dean & Prof. Ark., Fayetteville. b.1958. BS, 1986, Chgo. St. Univ.; JD, 1990, Iowa; MA, 1991, Iowa. J. Corp. L. Admitted: IA, 1990. Ph.D., Indust'l Rel., A.B.D., Iowa, 1994. Fac. Fel., Iowa, 1993-1994; Ass't Prof., Ark. Fayetteville, 1994-1999; Assoc. Prof., 1999-2006; Dean & Prof., Since 2006. Subjects: Employment Law; Labor Law; Poverty Law; Torts; Workers' Compensation. Member: Beta Gamma Sigma; AALS; ABA, Labor & Emplymt. Law Sect. Coun. Consultantships: Diversity Comm., AR Bar Ass'n, since 1995.

Doug NeJaime (Loyola Law School )
Session: Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Issues
Bio: NEJAIME, DOUGLAS, (M) Assoc. Prof. Loyola, LA. b.1978. AB, 2000, Brown Univ.; JD, 2003, Harvard. Sr. Editor, Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev. Admitted: CA, 2003. Associate, Irell & Manella LLP, Los Angeles, 2003 - 2007; Sears Law Teaching Fel., The Williams Institute/UCLA Sch. of Law, 2007 - 2009; Assoc. Prof., Loyola Law Sch., 2009 - Pres. Subjects: Ethical Lawyering; Family Law; Law & Sexuality. Books & Awards: 2008, Dukeminier Award for Best Sexual Orientation Law Scholarship.

Eboni S. Nelson (University of South Carolina School of Law)
Session: Minority Groups
Bio: NELSON, EBONI, S. (F) Ass't Prof. South Carolina. b.1976. BA, 1998, Wake Forest; JD, 2001, Harvard. Admitted: TX, 2001. Assoc., Bracewell & Giuliani LLP Houston, Houston, TX, 2002-2003; Ass't Prof., Thurgood Marshall Sch. of Law, Since 2003. Subjects: Commercial Law; Consumer Law; Contracts.

Alina Ng (Mississippi College School of Law)
Session: Art Law*
Bio: NG, ALINA, (F) Ass't Prof. Mississippi Col. b.1973. LLB, 1995, Univ. of London; LLM, 1996, Univ. of Cambridge; JSM, 2001, Stanford; JSD, 2004, Stanford. Editor, Stanford Envt'l Law Jour. Subjects: Advanced Copyright; Copyright Law ; Cyberlaws; Law and Economics (S); Patent Law; Property.

Alina Ng (Mississippi College School of Law)
Session: Property Law
Bio: NG, ALINA, (F) Ass't Prof. Mississippi Col. b.1973. LLB, 1995, Univ. of London; LLM, 1996, Univ. of Cambridge; JSM, 2001, Stanford; JSD, 2004, Stanford. Editor, Stanford Envt'l Law Jour. Subjects: Advanced Copyright; Copyright Law ; Cyberlaws; Law and Economics (S); Patent Law; Property.

Alina Ng (Mississippi College School of Law)
Session: Poster Presentations Sponsored by Section on Property Law
Bio: NG, ALINA, (F) Ass't Prof. Mississippi Col. b.1973. LLB, 1995, Univ. of London; LLM, 1996, Univ. of Cambridge; JSM, 2001, Stanford; JSD, 2004, Stanford. Editor, Stanford Envt'l Law Jour. Subjects: Advanced Copyright; Copyright Law ; Cyberlaws; Law and Economics (S); Patent Law; Property.

Kathy S. Northern (The Ohio State University, Michael E. Moritz College of Law)
Session: Prelegal Education and Admission to Law School
Bio: NORTHERN, KATHY, S. (F) Assoc. Dean, Acad. & Student Affrs. & Assoc. Prof. Ohio State. b.1958. BA, 1980, Williams Coll.; JD, 1983, Harvard. Admitted: OH, 1983. Jud. Clerk, U.S.D.C. S.D. OH Columbus, 1983-1985; Assoc. Att'y, Porter Wright Morris & Arthur Columbus, 1985-1990; Ass't Prof., Ohio No., 1990-1991; Ass't Prof., Ohio St., 1991-1998; Assoc. Prof., Since 1998; Assoc. Dean, Since 2000. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Environmental Law (S); Legal Research & Writing; Products Liability; Torts. Consultantships: Mem., Civil Just. Adv'y Grp., S.D. OH, 1991-94; V-Chair, Sup. Ct. of OH, Comm. on Professionalism, 1993, Chair, 1995-97.

Elizabeth A. Nowicki (Tulane University School of Law)
Session: Women in Legal Education, Co-Sponsored by Section on Defamation and Privacy*
Bio: NOWICKI, ELIZABETH, A. (F) Assoc. Prof. Tulane. b.1973. BS, 1994, Russell Sage Coll.; JD, 1997, Columbia. Sr. Arts. Ed., Colum. Bus. L. Rev. Admitted: NY, 1998; CA, 2001. Clerk, Judge Jack B. Weinstein E.D. NY Bklyn., 1997-1998; Clerk, Judge James Oakes Ct. of App. 2nd Cir. Brattleboro VT, 1998-1999; Staff Att'y, SEC DC, 1999-2000; Assoc., Sullivan & Cromwell NYC & L.A., 2000-2002; Ass't Prof., Richmond, 2002-2005; Assoc. Prof., Since 2005. Subjects: Corporate Finance; Corporations; Mergers & Acquisitions (S); Professional Responsibility; Securities Regulation.

Elizabeth A. Nowicki (Tulane University School of Law)
Session: Women in Legal Education
Bio: NOWICKI, ELIZABETH, A. (F) Assoc. Prof. Tulane. b.1973. BS, 1994, Russell Sage Coll.; JD, 1997, Columbia. Sr. Arts. Ed., Colum. Bus. L. Rev. Admitted: NY, 1998; CA, 2001. Clerk, Judge Jack B. Weinstein E.D. NY Bklyn., 1997-1998; Clerk, Judge James Oakes Ct. of App. 2nd Cir. Brattleboro VT, 1998-1999; Staff Att'y, SEC DC, 1999-2000; Assoc., Sullivan & Cromwell NYC & L.A., 2000-2002; Ass't Prof., Richmond, 2002-2005; Assoc. Prof., Since 2005. Subjects: Corporate Finance; Corporations; Mergers & Acquisitions (S); Professional Responsibility; Securities Regulation.

John Oberdiek (Rutgers School of Law - Camden)
Session: Scholarship
Bio: OBERDIEK, JOHN, (M) Assoc. Prof. Rutgers, Camden. b.1972. BA, 1995, Middlebury Coll.; MA, 1998, New York Univ.; JD, 2002, Pennsylvania; PhD, 2003, Oregon. U. PA. J. Const. L. Admitted: PA, 2002; DC, 2003. Grad. Study, Ballior Coll., Oxford Univ., 1996. Assoc., Arnold & Porter LLP DC, 2002-2004; Ass't Prof., Rutgers Camden, Since 2004. Subjects: Administrative Law; Law, Justice and Society; Torts. Books & Awards: Fellowship in Prog. in Ethics & Public Affrs., Princeton Univ., 2005; Laurence S. Rockefeller Fellowship, Princeton Univ. Cntr. for Human Values, 2005. Member: Am. Phil'l Assn.

Mary Ellen O'Connell (Notre Dame Law School)
Session: National Security Law*
Bio: O'CONNELL, MARY ELLEN, (F) Robert & Marion Short Chair in Law Notre Dame. b.1958. BA, 1980, Northwestern; MSc, 1981, London Sch. of Economics; LLB, 1982, Cambridge; JD, 1985, Columbia. Bk. Rev. Ed., Col. J. Trans. L. Admitted: NY, 1986; DC, 1987. Att'y/Assoc., Covington & Burling DC, Washington, DC, 1985-1988; Assoc. Prof., Ind. Bloomington, 1989-1993; Vis. Res. Scholar, Humboldt Fdn. Munich Germany, 1993; Vis. Res. Scholar, Res. Cntr. for Int'l Law Cambridge Eng., 1994; Assoc. Prof., George C. Marshall European Cntr. for Security Studies , Garmisch Germany, 1995-1998; Vis. Prof., Cincinnati, 1998-1999; Assoc. Prof., Ohio St., 1999-2002; Prof., Ohio St., 2002-2005; Prof., Notre Dame, Since 2005. Subjects: Contracts; International Law. Books & Awards: Politics, Values & Functions: Int'l Law for the 21st Century (with Charney & Anton), 1997; Int'l Dispute Settlement, 2003; Redefining Sovereignity The Use of Force After the Cold War (with Bothe & Ronzitti), 2005; Int'l Dispute Resolu., 2006; Int'l Law and the Use of Force, 2008; The Power and Purpose of Int'l Law, 2008. Member: German Soc. of Int'l Law.; Int'l Inst. of Humanitarian Law; ASIL; Int'l Law Ass'n.

Sean O'Connor (University of Washington School of Law)
Session: Nonprofit and Philanthropy Law*
Bio: O'CONNOR, SEAN, (M) Professor Wash., Seattle. b.1965. BA, 1988, Univ. of Mass., Boston; MA, 1995, Ariz. St.; JD, 1998, Stanford. Submissions Ed., Stan. J. of Int'l L.; Exec. Ed., Stan. L. Rev.; Exec. Dir., Stan. Tech. L. Rev. Admitted: NY, 1999; MA, 2001; WA, 2007. Assoc., Weil Gotshal & Manges LLP NYC, 1998-2000; Assoc., Hale & Dorr LLP NYC & Boston, 2000-2001; Ass't Prof., Pittsburgh, 2001-2003; Vis. Professor & BCLT Kauffman Fellow in Law & Enterpreneurship, Univ. of California, Berkeley, 2007-2008. Subjects: Biotechnology Law; Business Organizations; Corporations; Cyberspace & the Law; Intellectual Property; International Intellectual Property & Licensing (S); Securities Regulation. Books & Awards: Genetic Technologies and the Law (with Kuszler & Battnello), 2007. Consultantships: Dir. & Mem., Fin. Com., Rhizome.org, 2000-03, Gen. Counsel, 2000-06; Of Counsel, Seed IP Law Group, since 2008.

Catherine G. O'Grady (Arizona State University Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law)
Session: Clinical Legal Education*
Bio: O'GRADY, CATHERINE, G. (F) Assoc. Dean for Clin. Affrs. and the Profession Ariz. State. b.1959. BA, 1981, Michigan; JD, 1987, Ariz. St. Exec. Ed., Ariz. St. L.J. Admitted: AZ, 1987. Jud'l Clerk, William C. Canby Jr. 9th Cir. Ct. of App. Phoenix, 1987-1988; Att'y, Meyer Hendricks Osborn & Maledon Phoenix, 1988-1991; Vis. Prof., Ariz. St., 1991-1994; Assoc. Prof./Prof., Since 1994; Assoc. Dean for Clinical Affairs and the Profession, Sandra Day O'Connor Coll. of Law @ ASU, 2008 - Pres. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Clinical Teaching; The Practice of Law in a Digital Era; U.S. Supreme Court (S). Books & Awards: Outstanding Fac. Award, 1999. Member: COIF. Consultantships: Co-Chair & Com. Mem., Maricopa Cty. Superior Ct. Elec. Courtroom, since 2000.

Erin A. O'Hara O'Connor (Vanderbilt University Law School)
Session: Conflict of Laws
Bio: O'HARA, ERIN, A. (F) Prof. & Assoc. Dean, Acad. Affrs. Vanderbilt. b.1965. BA, 1987, Univ. of Rochester; JD, 1990, Georgetown. Sr. Arts. Ed., Georgetown. L.J. Admitted: PA, 1991. Clerk, Ch. Judge Dolores Sloviter 3rd Cir. Phila., 1990-1991; Bigelow Fel., Univ. of Chgo., 1991-1992; Vis. Ass't Prof., Dep't of Econs. & Legal Studies Clemson Univ., 1992-1994; Ass't Prof., George Mason, 1995-1998; Assoc. Prof., 1998-2001; Vis. Assoc. Prof., Vanderbilt, 2000; Prof., Since 2001. Subjects: Conflict of Laws; Contracts; Local Government; Public Choice & Public Law (S). Books & Awards: The Law Market (with Ribstein), 2009. Member: Order of the Coif.

Paul Ohm (University of Colorado School of Law)
Session: Defamation and Privacy
Bio: OHM, PAUL, Assoc. Prof. Colorado. b.1972. BS, 1994, Yale; JD, 1999, U.C.L.A. Ed., UCLA L. Rev. Admitted: CA, 1999. Trial Att'y, U.S.D.O.J. Computer Crime and Intell'l Prop. Sect. D.C., 2001-2005. Subjects: Computer Crime (S); Intellectual Property.

Rigel C. Oliveri (University of Missouri School of Law)
Session: Real Estate Transactions, Co-Sponsored by Section on Property Law
Bio: OLIVERI, RIGEL, C. (F) Assoc. Prof. & Assoc. Dean, Fac. Res. and Dev. Missouri. b.1972. BA, 1994, Univ. of Va.; JD, 1999, Stanford. Arts. Ed., Stan. L. Rev. Admitted: NY, 2000. Clerk, Hon. Stephanie K. Seymour U.S.C.A. 10th Cir. Tulsa, 1999-2000; Trial Att'y, Civil Rts. Div. U.S. Dep't of Just. DC, 2000-2005; Assoc. Prof., Mo.-Columbia, Since 2005. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Employment Discrimination; Fair Housing; Pretrial Litigation. Member: Order of the Coif; Phi Beta Kappa.

Kent Olson (University of Virginia School of Law)
Session: Law Libraries

David Opderbeck (Seton Hall University School of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: The Relationship of Faith and Law: The Example of Corporate Law
Bio: OPDERBECK, DAVID, Assoc. Prof. Seton Hall.

David Orentlicher (Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law)
Session: Law, Medicine and Health Care, Co-Sponsored by Section on Constitutional Law*
Bio: ORENTLICHER, DAVID, (M) Samuel R. Rosen I Prof. & Co-Dir., The Cntr. for Law & Health. Ind., Indianapolis. AB, 1977, Brandeis; MD, 1981, Harvard Med. Sch.; JD, 1986, Harvard. Commentary & Bk. Rev. Off. Chair, Harv L. Rev. Admitted: DC, 1988; IL, 1993; IN, 1999. Jud. Clerk, Hon. Alvin B. Rubin U.S.C.A. Baton Rouge, 1986-1987; Assoc., Sidley & Austin DC, 1987-1989; Dir., Div. of Med. Ethics AMA Chgo., 1989-1995; Assoc. Prof., Ind. Indpls., 1995-1998; Vis. DeCamp Prof., Bioethics Princeton, 1997-1998; Prof., Ind. Indpls., Since 1998; St. Rep., St. of IN Indpls., 2002 - 2008. Subjects: Bioethics and Law; Constitutional Law; Criminal Procedure; First Amendment; Legal Profession; Social Regulation of the Body; Trust and Estates. Books & Awards: Matters of Life and Death, 2001; Health Care Law and Ethics (with Hall & Bobinski), 7th ed., 2007; Bioethics and Health Care Law (with Hall and Bobinski), 2d ed., 2008. Member: ALI. Consultantships: Sec'y, Am. Ass'n of Bioethics, 1994-95; Co-Dir., Cntr. for Law & Health, Ind., Indianapolis, Sch. of Law, since 1996; Acting Dir., Cntr. for Healthcare, Ethics & Prof'lism, Indiana Univ. Sch. of Med., 1996-97.

Maureen Anne O'Rourke (Boston University School of Law)
Session: for the Law School Dean - Workshop for Deans-only
Bio: O'ROURKE, MAUREEN, ANNE (F) Dean, Prof. & Michaels Fac. Res. Scholar. Boston Uni. b.1963. BS, 1985, Marist Coll.; JD, 1990, Yale. Admitted: NY, 1991. Att'y, IBM Corp. Somers NY, 1990-1993; Assoc. Prof., Boston Univ., 1993-1998; Prof., Since 1998; Assoc. Dean, 2001-2003; Interim Dean, 2004-2006; Dean, Since 2006. Subjects: Commercial Law; Commercial Paper; Computers & the Law; Intellectual Property. Books & Awards: Copyright in a Global Information Economy (with Cohen, Loren & Okediji), 2d ed., 2006. 2000, Metcalf Award for Teaching.Member: ALI. Consultantships: Chair, Sect. on Law & Computers, AALS, 2000-01; Chair, AALS Section on the Law School Dean, 2009-10.

Maureen Anne O'Rourke (Boston University School of Law)
Session: Commercial and Related Consumer Law*
Bio: O'ROURKE, MAUREEN, ANNE (F) Dean, Prof. & Michaels Fac. Res. Scholar. Boston Uni. b.1963. BS, 1985, Marist Coll.; JD, 1990, Yale. Admitted: NY, 1991. Att'y, IBM Corp. Somers NY, 1990-1993; Assoc. Prof., Boston Univ., 1993-1998; Prof., Since 1998; Assoc. Dean, 2001-2003; Interim Dean, 2004-2006; Dean, Since 2006. Subjects: Commercial Law; Commercial Paper; Computers & the Law; Intellectual Property (S). Books & Awards: Copyright in a Global Information Economy (with Cohen, Loren & Okediji), 2d ed., 2006. Member: ALI. Consultantships: Chair, Sect. on Law & Computers, AALS, 2000-01.

Ms. Marylee Orr (Louisiana Environmental Action Network)
Session: Presidential Program III - Transformative Advocacy

Hari Michele Osofsky (Washington and Lee University School of Law)
Session: National Security Law, Co-Sponsored by Sections on International Human Rights and International Law
Bio: OSOFSKY, HARI, MICHELE (F) Assoc. Prof. Wash. & Lee. b.1972. BA, 1993, Yale Coll.; JD, 1998, Yale. Co-Ed.-in-Ch., Yale Hum. Rts. & Dev. L.J.; Bk. Rev. Ed., Yale L.J. Admitted: CA, 1999. Clerk, Hon. Dorothy Nelson U.S.C.A. 9th Cir., Pasadena, CA, 1998-1999; Fellow, Cntr. for Law in the Public Interest L.A., Los Angeles, CA, 1999-2001; Fellow, Yale-China Legal Educ. Fel. , 2001-2002; Vis. Ass't Prof., Vermont Law Sch., 2002; Ass't Prof. & Dir. Cntr. Int'l & Comp. Law , Whittier Law Sch., 2003-2005; Vis. Ass't Prof.; Ass't Prof., Univ. of Oregon Sch. of Law, 2005-2006; Assoc. Prof., Washington & Lee Univ. Sch. of Law, Since 2006. Subjects: Climate Change and Environmental Law (S); Environmental Justice (S); International Environmental Law; International Law; International Trade & Investment; Property. Books & Awards: Felix S. Cohen Prize, 1998; Khosla Mem'l Fund Prize, 1998. Member: ASIL (Co-Chair, Rts. of Indigenous Peoples Interest Grp.); Am. Branch, Int'l Law Ass'n (Co-Chair, ILW, 2007; AALS Sect. on Prop. Law (Exec. Com., since 2006).; Co-Chair, ILW-West, 2005).

Hari Michele Osofsky (Washington and Lee University School of Law)
Session: Engaging Faculty: Using Pro Bono to Teach Doctrine and Skills*
Bio: OSOFSKY, HARI, MICHELE Assoc. Prof. Wash. & Lee. BA, 1993; JD, 1998, Yale. Co-Ed.-in-Ch., Yale Hum. Rts. & Dev. L.J.; Bk. Rev. Ed., Yale L.J. Admitted: CA, 1999. Clerk, Hon. Dorothy Nelson U.S.C.A. 9th Cir. Pasadena CA, 1998-1999; Fellow, Cntr. for Law in the Public Interest L.A., 1999-2001; Fellow, Yale-China Legal Educ. Fel. Sun Yat-Sen Univ. Guangzhou China, 2001-2002; Vis. Ass't Prof., Vermont, 2002; Ass't Prof., Dir. Cntr. Int'l & Comp. Law Whittier, 2003-2005; Vis. Ass't Prof., Oregon, 2005-2006; Ass't Prof., Since 2006. Subjects: Environmental Law (S); International Law; International Trade & Investment (S); Property. Books & Awards: Felix S. Cohen Prize, 1998; Khosla Mem'l Fund Prize, 1998. Member: ASIL (Co-Chair, Rts. of Indigenous Peoples Interest Grp.); Am. Branch, Int'l Law Ass'n (Co-Chair, ILW, 2007; AALS Sect. on Prop. Law (Exec. Com., since 2006).; Co-Chair, ILW-West, 2005).

Kevin Outterson (Boston University School of Law)
Session: Law, Medicine and Health Care, Co-Sponsored by Section on Constitutional Law*
Bio: OUTTERSON, KEVIN, (M) Assoc. Prof. Boston Uni. b.1962. BS, 1984; JD, 1987, Northwestern; LLM, 2002, Univ. of Cambridge, U.K. Admitted: IL, 1987; TN, 1995. Vis. Fellow, Lauterpacht Res. Cntr. for Int'l Law, Univ. of Cambridge, 2001. Assoc., Lord Bissell & Brock Chgo., 1987-1989; Part., McDermott Will & Emery Chgo., 1989-1994; Part., Baker Donelson Nashville, 1995-2001; Assoc. Prof., W. Va. Univ., Since 2002; Assoc. Prof., Boston Univ., Since 2006. Subjects: Business Associations; Global Intellectual Property; Health Care Law; International Business Transactions. Member: Am. Soc. of Law, Med. & Ethics (since 1997); Am. Health Lawyers Ass'n (since 1996). Consultantships: Mem., WV Pharmaceutical Cost Mgt. Coun., since 2004.

Professor Stacy Overstreet, Ph.D. (Tulane University)
Session: Health Care*

Professor Stacy Overstreet, Ph.D. (Tulane University)
Session: Children and the Law*

Jessica Owley (Pace University School of Law)
Session: Poster Presentations Sponsored by Section on Property Law
Bio: LIPPMANN, JESSICA OWLEY, (F) Ass't Prof. Pace. b.1974. BA, 1997, Wellesley Coll.; M in Plng., 2000, University of California, Berkeley; MS, 2001, Univ. of California, Berkeley; JD, 2004, Cal., Berkeley; PHD, 2005, Cal., Berkeley. Ed. in Chief, Ecology Law Quarterly. Admitted: CA, 2007. Law Clerk, Judge Dean D. Pregerson, Dist. Ct. for the Central Dist. of California, Los Angeles, CA, 2005 - 2006; Law Clerk, Judge Harry Pregerson, Ninth Cir. Ct. of App., Woodland Hills, CA, 2006 - 2007; Associate, Morrison & Foerster, San Francisco, 2007 - 2009. Subjects: Conservation Easements and Land Trusts (S); Environmental Skills: Law Environmental Skills & Practice/Clean Water Act ; Property.

Elizabeth Rindskopf Parker (University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law)
Session: Comparative Law, Co-Sponsored by Sections on Africa, International Legal Exchange, Post-Graduate Legal Education, and Women in Legal Education
Bio: PARKER, ELIZABETH, R. (F) Dean. McGeorge. b.1943. BA, 1965; JD, 1968, Michigan. Admitted: GA, 1968; DC, 1978; WI, 1999. Ass't Dir., Mergers & Acqs. FTC DC, 1978-1981; Of Counsel, Surrey & Morse DC, 1980-1983; Gen. Counsel, Dep't of Defense N.S.A. DC, 1984-1989; Prin. Dep. Legal Adv'r, U.S. Dep't of St. DC, 1989-1990; Gen. Counsel, C.I.A. DC, 1990-1995; Of Counsel, Bryan Cave LLP DC, 1995-1999; Gen. Counsel, Univ. Wisconsin Sys., 1999-2002; Dean, McGeorge, Since 2002. Subjects: National Security Law. Member: ALI.; ASIL. Consultantships: Com. on a New Gov't-Univ. Partnership for Sci. & Security, Nat'l Acads. of Sci., 2005-06; Com. on Scientific Communication & Nat'l Security, Nat'l Acads. of Sci., 2005-08; Public Interest Declassification Bd., U.S. Congress, 2006-09.

Elizabeth Rindskopf Parker (University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law)
Session: for the Law School Dean - Workshop for Deans-only
Bio: PARKER, ELIZABETH, RINDSKOPF (F) Dean McGeorge. b.1943. BA, 1965; JD, 1968, Michigan. Admitted: GA, 1968; DC, 1978; WI, 1999. Ass't Dir., Mergers & Acqs. FTC DC, 1978-1981; Of Counsel, Surrey & Morse DC, 1980-1983; Gen. Counsel, Dep't of Defense N.S.A. DC, 1984-1989; Prin. Dep. Legal Adv'r, U.S. Dep't of St. DC, 1989-1990; Gen. Counsel, C.I.A. DC, 1990-1995; Of Counsel, Bryan Cave LLP DC, 1995-1999; Gen. Counsel, Univ. Wisconsin Sys., 1999-2002; Dean, McGeorge, Since 2002. Subjects: National Security Law. Member: ALI; IALS; ASIL. Consultantships: Mem., National Academy of Sciences, Committee on a New Governmentt-Univiversity Partnership for Science & Security, 2005-06; Mem., National Academy of Sciences, Committee on Scientific Communication and National Security, 2005-08; Mem., Public Interest Declassification Board, since 2006; Mem., National Academy of Sciences, Committee on Laboratory Security and Personnel Reliability Assurance Systems for Laboratories Conducting Research on Biological Select Agents, since 2009.

Matthew Parker (University of Pennsylvania Law School)
Session: Post-Graduate Legal Education*
Bio: PARKER, MATTHEW, Assoc. Dir., Grad. Prog. Pennsylvania.

Frank A. Pasquale (Seton Hall University School of Law)
Session: Defamation and Privacy
Bio: PASQUALE, FRANK, A. (M) Prof. & Assoc. Dir., Gibbons Inst. for Law, Sc. & Tech. Seton Hall. b.1974. BA, 1996, Harvard; MPhil, 1998, Oxford Univ. (U.K.); JD, 2001, Yale. Yale J. L & Tech ; Yale L. & Pol'y Rev. Admitted: DC, 2001. Clerk, Hon. Kermit V. Lipez U.S.C.A. 1st Cir. Portland ME, 2001-2002; Assoc., Arnold & Porter LLP DC, 2002-2004; Assoc. Prof., Seton Hall, Since 2004. Subjects: Administrative Law; Intellectual Property; Law & Medicine (S). Member: Am. Soc. of Law, Med. & Ethics.

Paul D. Paton (University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law)
Session: Professional Responsibility
Bio: PATON, PAUL, D. (M) Assoc. Prof. & Director, Ethics Across the Professions Initiative McGeorge. BA, 1988, University of Toronto; M Phil, 1990, University of Cambridge; JD, 1992, University of Toronto; JSM, 2002, Stanford; SJD/JSD, 2008, Stanford. Assoc. Editor, Articles, Univ. of Toronto Fac. L. Rev. Admitted: CANADA, 1994. Law Clerk to the Chief Just., Ontario Ct. of Appeal, Toronto ON, 1992 - 1993; Partner, Davies, Ward & Beck, Toronto ON, 1993 - 1997; Just. and Social Policy Adv'r, Off. of the Premier of Ontario, Toronto ON, 1997 - 1998; Sr. Manager and Legal Counsel, PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP, Toronto ON, 1998 - 2004; Ass't Prof., Fac. of Law, Queen's Univ., 2004 - 2008; Assoc. Professor and Director, Ethics Across the Professions Initiative, Univ. of the Pacific, McGeorge Sch. of Law, 2008 - Pres. Subjects: Business Associations; Corporate Governance (S); Legal Ethics and the Legal Profession (S); Professional Responsibility; Public International Law; Securities Regulation. Books & Awards: 2006, Fellow, US National Institute for the Teaching of Ethics and Professionalism; 2004, George P. Shultz Grant, Stanford Institute for International Studies.Member: Fellow, Keck Cntr. on Legal Ethics and the Legal Profession, Stanford (2002-04); Acad. Council, Univ. of Toronto Centre for the Legal Profession; Fellow, Salzburg Seminar (Globalization and Transnational Legal Services) 2002. Consultantships: Res. Dir. and Counsel, Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants Task Force on Audit Working Papers and Confidentiality, 2004-07; Chair, National Ethics and Professional Issues Committee, Canadian Bar Association, since 2009.

Elizabeth Hayes Patterson (Georgetown University Law Center)
Session: Second Meeting of AALS House of Representatives
Bio: PATTERSON, ELIZABETH, HAYES (F) Assoc. Prof. Georgetown. b.1945. AB, 1967, Emmanuel Coll.; JD, 1973, Cath. Univ. Admitted: PA, 1974; DC, 1975. Woodrow Wilson Fellow, Stanford, 1967-68. Clerk, Hon. Ruggero J. Aldisert U.S.C.A. 3d Cir., 1973-1974; Assoc., Hogan & Hartson DC, 1974-1977; Adj. Prof., Cath. Univ., 1976; Chrm.-Comm'r, DC Public Serv. (Util.) Comm., 1977-1980; Assoc. Prof., Georgetown, Since 1980; Dep. Dir., AALS, 2005-2007. Subjects: Commercial Law Sales; Conflict of Laws; Contracts; Race & American Law (S). Books & Awards: Frank F. Flegal Tchg. Award, 2001; Hon. Dr. of Laws, Univ. of Toulouse, Mar. 3, 2006. Member: ALI. Consultantships: Adv'y Com. on Procs., Jud. Coun. of the DC Cir., 1981-84; Adv'y Com. on Priv. Int'l Law - Study Grp. on the Law Applicable to Int'l Sales, Sec'y of St., 1983-85; Treas., DC Bar, 1987-88.

Elizabeth Hayes Patterson (Georgetown University Law Center)
Session: First Meeting of AALS House of Representatives
Bio: PATTERSON, ELIZABETH, HAYES (F) Assoc. Prof. Georgetown. b.1945. AB, 1967, Emmanuel Coll.; JD, 1973, Cath. Univ. Admitted: PA, 1974; DC, 1975. Woodrow Wilson Fellow, Stanford, 1967-68. Clerk, Hon. Ruggero J. Aldisert U.S.C.A. 3d Cir., 1973-1974; Assoc., Hogan & Hartson DC, 1974-1977; Adj. Prof., Cath. Univ., 1976; Chrm.-Comm'r, DC Public Serv. (Util.) Comm., 1977-1980; Assoc. Prof., Georgetown, Since 1980; Dep. Dir., AALS, 2005-2007. Subjects: Commercial Law Sales; Conflict of Laws; Contracts; Race & American Law (S). Books & Awards: Frank F. Flegal Tchg. Award, 2001; Hon. Dr. of Laws, Univ. of Toulouse, Mar. 3, 2006. Member: ALI. Consultantships: Adv'y Com. on Procs., Jud. Coun. of the DC Cir., 1981-84; Adv'y Com. on Priv. Int'l Law - Study Grp. on the Law Applicable to Int'l Sales, Sec'y of St., 1983-85; Treas., DC Bar, 1987-88.

Elizabeth Hayes Patterson (Georgetown University Law Center)
Session: AALS Site Evaluators Workshop
Bio: PATTERSON, ELIZABETH, HAYES (F) Assoc. Prof. Georgetown. b.1945. AB, 1967, Emmanuel Coll.; JD, 1973, Cath. Univ. Admitted: PA, 1974; DC, 1975. Woodrow Wilson Fellow, Stanford, 1967-68. Clerk, Hon. Ruggero J. Aldisert U.S.C.A. 3d Cir., 1973-1974; Assoc., Hogan & Hartson DC, 1974-1977; Adj. Prof., Cath. Univ., 1976; Chrm.-Comm'r, DC Public Serv. (Util.) Comm., 1977-1980; Assoc. Prof., Georgetown, Since 1980; Dep. Dir., AALS, 2005-2007. Subjects: Commercial Law Sales; Conflict of Laws; Contracts; Race & American Law (S). Books & Awards: Frank F. Flegal Tchg. Award, 2001; Hon. Dr. of Laws, Univ. of Toulouse, Mar. 3, 2006. Member: ALI. Consultantships: Adv'y Com. on Procs., Jud. Coun. of the DC Cir., 1981-84; Adv'y Com. on Priv. Int'l Law - Study Grp. on the Law Applicable to Int'l Sales, Sec'y of St., 1983-85; Treas., DC Bar, 1987-88.

William W. Patton (Whittier Law School)
Session: Health Care*
Bio: PATTON, WILLIAM, W. (M) Professor Whittier. MA, 1974, U.C.L.A; JD, 1977, U.C.L.A. Admitted: CA, 1977. Dep. St. Public Defender, CA, Pres; Lect., U.C.L.A., Pres; St. Public Defender, California St. Public Defender, Los Angeles, 1977 - 1980; Lecturer, UCLA, 1980 - 1984; Vis. Ass't Prof., Whittier, 1984-1987; Ass't Dean, 1985-1987; Assoc. Dean, 1987-1989; Assoc. Prof., 1987-1990; Prof., Since 1990; Dir., Cntr. for Children's Rts., Since 1996; Lecturer, UCLA, UCLA David Geffen School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry, 2004 - Pres. Subjects: Juvenile Justice; Juvenile, Civil, and Criminal Trial Advocay; Legal Policy Clinic; Legal Policy Clinic; Torts. Books & Awards: Juv. Law and Its Processes: Cases and Materials (with McCarthy & Caar), 2003; Legal Ethics in Child Custody and Dependency Proceedings, 2006. Consultantships: Mem., L.A. Cty. Bar Ass'n Youth Rts.; Mem., L.A. Cty. Bar Assn.; Bd. of Trustees, Los Angeles Dependency Attorneys, 2007-10.

William W. Patton (Whittier Law School)
Session: Children and the Law*
Bio: PATTON, WILLIAM, W. (M) Professor Whittier. MA, 1974, U.C.L.A; JD, 1977, U.C.L.A. Admitted: CA, 1977. Dep. St. Public Defender, CA, Pres; Lect., U.C.L.A., Pres; St. Public Defender, California St. Public Defender, Los Angeles, 1977 - 1980; Lecturer, UCLA, 1980 - 1984; Vis. Ass't Prof., Whittier, 1984-1987; Ass't Dean, 1985-1987; Assoc. Dean, 1987-1989; Assoc. Prof., 1987-1990; Prof., Since 1990; Dir., Cntr. for Children's Rts., Since 1996; Lecturer, UCLA, UCLA David Geffen School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry, 2004 - Pres. Subjects: Juvenile Justice; Juvenile, Civil, and Criminal Trial Advocay; Legal Policy Clinic; Legal Policy Clinic; Torts. Books & Awards: Juv. Law and Its Processes: Cases and Materials (with McCarthy & Caar), 2003; Legal Ethics in Child Custody and Dependency Proceedings, 2006. Consultantships: Mem., L.A. Cty. Bar Ass'n Youth Rts.; Mem., L.A. Cty. Bar Assn.; Bd. of Trustees, Los Angeles Dependency Attorneys, 2007-10.

Richard John Peltz-Steele (University of Arkansas at Little Rock, William H. Bowen School of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: Workplace Mobbing and Academic Freedom: The Socio-Economic Connections*
Bio: PELTZ, RICHARD, JOHN (M) Prof. Ark., Little Rock. b.1971. BA, 1993, Wash. & Lee; JD, 1995, Duke. Tech. Ed., L. & Contemp. Probs. Admitted: MD, 1996; DC, 1998. Assoc., Venable Baetjer & Howard LL.P. Balt., 1996-1997; Instr., Ark. Little Rock, 1998-1999; Ass't Prof., 1999-2002; Assoc. Prof., 2002-2006; Prof., Since 2006. Subjects: Communications Law (S); Constitutional Law; Torts. Books & Awards: Law Fac. Excellence for Tchng., 2000; Law Fac. Excellence for Serv., 2002; The Arkansas Freedom of Information Act (with Watkins), 4th ed., 2004; Tort and Injury Law (with Shapo), 3rd ed., 2006. Member: AALS (Chair, Mass Communications Sect., 2005); Ass'n for Educ. in Journalism & Mass Communications S.E. Colloq. (Chair, 2002-03). Consultantships: Task Force on Public Disclosure & Privacy, AR Sup. Ct., 2004-06; Community Part., AR Gov.'s Records Mgt. Working Grp., 2004-05; Bd. Mem., AR Soc. of Prof'l Journalists, since 2006.

Eduardo Moises Peñalver (Cornell Law School)
Session: Real Estate Transactions, Co-Sponsored by Section on Property Law
Bio: PENALVER, EDUARDO , MOISES (M) Prof. Cornell. b.1973. BA, 1994, Cornell; MA, 1996, Oxford Univ.; JD, 1999, Yale. Yale J.L. Admitted: NY, 2002; DC, 2002. Clerk, Hon. Guido Calabresi U.S.C.A. 2d Cir. New Haven CT, 1999-2000; Clerk, Just. John Paul Stevens U.S. Sup. Ct. DC, 2000-2001; Assoc., Kellogg Huber Hansen Todd & Evans PLLC DC, 2001-2003; Assoc. Prof., Fordham, 2003-2006; Prof. of Law, Cornell, Since 2006. Subjects: Land Use; Law and Religion; Property.

Elizabeth Pendo (Saint Louis University School of Law)
Session: Disability Law
Bio: PENDO, ELIZABETH, (F) Prof. of Law St. Louis. BA, 1990, U.C.L.A.; JD, 1993, Cal., Berkeley. Exec. Ed., Berkeley Women's L.J. Admitted: CA, 1993; NY, 1994. Clerk, U.S.C.A 2d Cir. , New York, NY, 1993-1995; Assocate, Reboul MacMurray , New York, NY, 1995-1997; Assocate Counsel, MetLife , New York, NY, 1997-1999; Ass't Prof., Saint Thomas Univ. Sch. of Law , 1999-2002; Assoc. Prof. , Saint Thomas Univ. Sch. of Law, 2002 - 2004; Prof. of Law, Saint Thomas Univ. Sch. of Law, 2005 - 2007; Adj. Prof., Nova Southeastern Univ., Shepard Broad Law Cntr., 2006 - 2009; Vis. Prof., Saint Louis Univ. Sch. of Law, 2007 - 2008; Prof. of Law, Saint Louis Univ. Sch. of Law, 2008 - Pres. Subjects: Bioethics; Civil Procedure; Disability Discrimination Law; Employee Benefit Plans; Health Care Law. Member: Phi Beta Kappa. Consultantships: Statewide & Dist. XI Coms., Mng'd Care Com., FL Agency for Health Care Admin., 2002-07; Expert Consult., Kirby v. Long-Term Disability of TAD Resources and Guardian Life Ins. Co. of America (for Plaintiff), since 2006; Reader, Health Law Scholars Workshop, since 2007; Mem., Editorial Board, Cambridge Dictionary of Bioethics, since 2008.

Mr. Luis Fernando Pérez Hurtado (CEEAD - Centro de Estudios sobre la Enseñanza y el Aprendizaje del Derecho)
Session: North American Cooperation

Joseph M. Perillo (Fordham University School of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: Socio-Economic Perspectives on the Concept of Efficient Breach
Bio: PERILLO, JOSEPH, M. (M) Dist. Prof. Emer. Fordham. b.1933. AB, 1953; JD, 1955, Cornell. Note Ed., Cornell L.Q. Admitted: NY, 1955. Fulbright Scholar, Univ. of Florence, 1960-62. Priv. Prac., 1957-1960; Ass't Prof., Fordham, 1963-1966; Assoc. Prof., 1966-1968; Prof., 1968-2003; Acting Dean, 1981-1982; Vis. Scholar, Wash. & Lee, 1993. Subjects: Comparative Law; Conflicts of Law; Contracts; Introduction to Law. Books & Awards: Civil Proc. in Italy (with Cappelletti), 1965; The Italian Legal Sys. (with Cappelletti & Merryman), 1967; The Law of Contracts (with Calamari), 1970, 5th ed., 2003; Cases and Problems on Contracts (with Calamari & Bender), 1978, 5th ed., 2007. Member: COIF.; ALI; Phi Beta Kappa. Consultantships: Adv'y Com., Priv. Int'l Law, U.S. Dep't of St., 1975-95; Consult., Law Rev. Comm., 1963-64, since 1983; Dir., Stein Inst. of Law & Ethics, 1984-89.

Martin Petrin (University of California, Los Angeles School of Law)
Session: Agency, Partnership, LLC's , and Unincorporated Associations

Lydie Nadia Cabrera Pierre-Louis (St. Thomas University School of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: The Criminal Causes of the Economic Recession*
Bio: PIERRE-LOUIS, LYDIE NADIA CABRERA, (F) Ass't Prof. St. Thomas. BA, 1989, Columbia; MPA, 1992, New York Univ.; JD, 1998, Fordham. Alumni/Notes Ed Corp Sec. & Tax L.J.; Envtl. L.J. Admitted: NY, 2000; NY, 2000. Corp. Assoc., Pillsbury Winthrop (F/K/A) Winthrop & Stimson NYC, New York, 1998-2001; Ass't Att'y Gen., NY St. Off. of the Att'y Gen. NYC, New York, 2001-2004; Ass't Prof., Clin. Educ. St. John's, 2004-2006; Ass't Prof., St. Thomas, Since 2006. Subjects: Agency, Partnerships adn Limited Liability Entities; Broker-Dealer Regulation; Business Associations; Commercial Law; Corporate Reorganization; International Business Transactions; Securities Arbitration. Books & Awards: 1988, Columbia University Merit Scholar; 1991, New York University Scholar.

David Pimentel (Florida Coastal School of Law)
Session: International Human Rights
Bio: PIMENTEL, DAVID, (M) Ass't Prof. Fla. Coastal. b.1962. BA, 1984, Brigham Young Univ; MA, 1987, Cal., Berkeley; JD, 1988, Cal., Berkeley. CA L. Rev. Admitted: WA, 1988; CA, 1991; HI, 1991; DC, 1998. Assoc., Perkins Cole Seattle, 1988-1990; Law Clerk, Hon. Martin Pence U.S. Dist. Ct. for Dist. Hawaii Honolulu, 1990-1991; Ass't Cir. Exec. & Dep. Cir. Exec., 9th & 5th Cir. U.S. Cts. San Fran. & New Orls., 1991-2001; Sup. Court Fel., Sup. Ct. Fellows Comm'n, Admin. Off. of the U.S. Courts, Washington DC, 1997 - 1998; Ct. Reform Consult., Off. of the High Rep. and CEELI Bosnia & Romania, 2002-2003; Ch. of Ct. Mgmt., UN Int'l Crim. Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia The Hague Netherlands, 2003-2007; Head of Rule of Law for Southern Sudan, UN Missions in Sudan Juba, 2006-2007; Ass't Prof., Fla. Coastal, Since 2007. Subjects: Criminal Law; International Rule of Law (S); Law and Economics; Remedies; Torts I. Books & Awards: 1997, Supreme Court Fellowship; 2007, Wm. R. McMahon Award, ABA Judicial Division.

Ms. Brooke Pinkham (Northwest Justice Project)
Session: Presidential Program III - Transformative Advocacy

Professor Mónica Pinto (University of Buenos Aires)
Mr. Raul Pinto
Session: Presidential Program III - Transformative Advocacy

Peter Pitegoff (University of Maine School of Law)
Session: Deans' Forum on Socio-Economics
Bio: PITEGOFF, PETER, (M) Dean & Prof. Maine. b.1953. AB, 1975, Brown Univ.; JD, 1981, New York Univ. Admitted: MA, 1981; NY, 1988. Att'y, ICA Grp. Boston, 1981-1988; Lect., Harvard, 1986; Adj. Ass't Prof., New York Univ., 1986-1988; Part., Arrington & Pitegoff P.C. Somerville MA, 1986-1988; Assoc. Prof., SUNY-Buffalo, 1990-1994; Prof., SUNY-Buffalo, 1994-2005; Vice Dean, SUNY-Buffalo, 1998-2005; Dean & Prof, Univ of Maine, 2005 - Pres. Subjects: Community Development Law; Community Economic Development (Clinic) (S); Corporations; ESOPs (S); Labor (S); Legal Profession & Ethics. Consultantships: Nat'l Adv'y Coun., Prog. in Legal Assist. for Urban Communities, Univ. of Michigan Law Sch., 1990-00; Participant, Interuniv. Consortium on Poverty Law, 1992-96; Mem., Prof'l Educ. Proj., NY St., 1994-96, Mem., Jud'l Inst. on Prof'lism in the Law, 2001-05; Bd. of Directors, Justice Action Group, Maine, since 2005; Bd. of Directors, Coastal Enterprises Inc., since 2007.

Michael J. Pitts (Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law)
Session: Civil Rights*
Bio: PITTS, MICHAEL, J. (M) Assoc. Prof. Ind., Indianapolis. b.1971. BSJ, 1993, Northwestern; JD, 1999, Georgetown. Assoc. Editor, Georgetown Law Jour.; Geo. L.J. Admitted: NE, 1999. Clerk, Hon. C. Arlen Brown Lincoln NE, 1999-2000; Att'y, Sidley Austin Brown & Wood DC, 2000-2001; Trial Att'y, U.S. Dep. of Just., Washington, DC, 2001-2005; Vis. Ass't Prof., Nebraska, 2005-2006; Assoc. Prof., Ind. Indpls., Since 2006. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Election Law; Evidence. Books & Awards: 2008, Red Cane Award (Best New Professor).

Alicia E. Plerhoples (Stanford Law School)
Session: Nonprofit and Philanthropy Law*

Kelly L. Podger-Smith (University of North Carolina School of Law)
Session: Prelegal Education and Admission to Law School

Ellen S. Podgor (Stetson University College of Law)
Session: Professional Responsibility
Bio: PODGOR, ELLEN, S. (F) Prof. Stetson. BS, 1973, Syracuse; JD, 1976, Ind., Indpls.; MBA, 1987, Univ. of Chgo.; LLM, 1989, Temple. Assoc. Ed., Ind. L. Rev. Admitted: IN, 1976; NY, 1984; PA, 1987. Dep. Prosecutor, Lake Cty. Prosecutor's Off. Crown Pt. IN, 1976-1978; Part., Nicholls & Podgor Crown Pt. IN, 1978-1986; Lect., Temple, 1987-1989; Assoc. Prof., St. Thomas, 1989-1991; Assoc. Prof., Georgia St., 1991-1996; Prof., 1996-2006; Vis. Prof., Georgia, 2000; Vis. Stone Chair, Alabama, 2001; Vis. Prof., Geo. Wash., 2003; Culverhouse Chair, Stetson, 2005-2006; Assoc. Dean, Fac. Dev. & Distance Educ. & Prof., Since 2006. Subjects: Criminal Law; Criminal Procedure; Federal Criminal Law (S); International Criminal Law; Professional Responsibility; White Collar Crime; Women in Law. Books & Awards: White Collar Crime: Law and Prac. (with Israel, Borman & Henning), 2d ed., 2003; White Collar Crime in a Nutshell (with Israel), 3d ed., 2004; Int'l Crim. Law: Cases and Materials (with Wise & Clark), 2d ed., 2004; Bk. of the Yr. Award, Int'l Ass'n of Penal Law-Am. Nat'l Sect., 2004; Understanding Int'l Crim. Law 2d (w/ Clark), 2008; Mastering Crim. Law (with Henning & Cohen), 2008; Crim. Law: Concepts and Prac. 2d (with Henning, Taslitz, & Garcia), 2009. Member: ALI; Am. Bd. of Crim. Lawyers, Hon. Mem. Consultantships: Bd. of Dirs., Int'l Soc. for the Reform of Crim. Law.; Bd. of Dirs., Nat'l Ass'n of Crim. Defense Lawyers, 2002-08; Adv'y Bd., LexisNexis Law School, since 2008.

Ellen S. Podgor (Stetson University College of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: The Criminal Causes of the Economic Recession*
Bio: PODGOR, ELLEN, S. (F) Prof. of Law Stetson. BS, 1973, Syracuse; JD, 1976, Ind., Indpls.; MBA, 1987, Univ. of Chgo.; LLM, 1989, Temple. Assoc. Ed., Ind. L. Rev. Admitted: IN, 1976; NY, 1984; PA, 1987. Dep. Prosecutor, Lake Cty. Prosecutor's Off. Crown Pt. IN, 1976-1978; Part., Nicholls & Podgor Crown Pt. IN, 1978-1986; Lect., Temple, 1987-1989; Assoc. Prof., St. Thomas, 1989-1991; Assoc. Prof., Georgia St., 1991-1996; Prof., 1996-2006; Vis. Prof., Georgia, 2000; Vis. Stone Chair, Alabama, 2001; Vis. Prof., Geo. Wash., 2003; Culverhouse Chair, Stetson, 2005-2006; Assoc. Dean, Fac. Dev. & Electronic Educ. , 2006 - 2009; Professor, Stetson Univ. Coll. of Law, 2006 - Pres. Subjects: Criminal Law; Criminal Procedure; Federal Criminal Law (S); International Criminal Law; Law & Sexual Orientation (S); Professional Responsibility; Supreme Court Advocacy & Process; White Collar Crime; Women in Law. Books & Awards: Int'l Crim. Law: Cases and Materials (with Wise & Clark), 2d ed., 2004; Bk. of the Yr. Award, Int'l Ass'n of Penal Law-Am. Nat'l Sect., 2004; Understanding Int'l Crim. Law 2d (w/ Clark), 2008; Mastering Crim. Law (with Henning & Cohen), 2008; White Collar Crime: Law and Prac. (with Israel, Borman & Henning), 2d ed., 2009; Crim. Law: Concepts and Prac. 2d (with Henning, Taslitz, & Garcia), 2009; White Collar Crime in a Nutshell (with Israel), 4d ed., 2009. Member: ALI; Am. Bd. of Crim. Lawyers, Hon. Mem. Consultantships: Bd. of Dirs., Int'l Soc. for the Reform of Crim. Law.; Bd. of Dirs., Nat'l Ass'n of Crim. Defense Lawyers, 2002-08; Adv'y Bd., LexisNexis Law School, since 2008.

Donald J. Polden (Santa Clara University School of Law)
Session: Deans' Forum on Socio-Economics
Bio: POLDEN, DONALD, J. (M) Dean & Prof. Santa Clara. b.1948. BBA, 1970, Geo. Wash.; JD, 1975, Ind., Indpls. Ind. L. Rev. Admitted: IA, 1976. Clerk, Ch. Judge William Hanson U.S.D.C. S.D. Des Moines IA, 1975-1976; Ass't Prof., Drake, 1976-1978; Assoc. Prof., 1978-1981; Prof., 1981-1993; Vis. Prof., Louisville, 1983; Dir., CLE Drake, 1985-1986; Assoc. Dean, 1991-1993; Dean & Prof., Memphis, 1993-2003; Dean & Prof., Santa Clara, Since 2003. Subjects: Antitrust; Corporations; Employment Law; Securities Regulation. Books & Awards: Emplymt. Relationships: Law and Prac. (with M. W. Bennett & H. J. Rubin), 1998. Member: ALI; ABF (Life Fellow). Consultantships: Fel., TN Bar Fdn., since 1996; Mem., Com. on Clin. Educ., AALS, since 2002; Fel., Coll. of Labor & Emplymt. Lawyers, since 2003.

Donald J. Polden (Santa Clara University School of Law)
Session: Welcoming Remarks
Bio: POLDEN, DONALD, J. (M) Dean & Prof. Santa Clara. b.1948. BBA, 1970, Geo. Wash.; JD, 1975, Ind., Indpls. Ind. L. Rev. Admitted: IA, 1976. Clerk, Ch. Judge William Hanson U.S.D.C. S.D. Des Moines IA, 1975-1976; Ass't Prof., Drake, 1976-1978; Assoc. Prof., 1978-1981; Prof., 1981-1993; Vis. Prof., Louisville, 1983; Dir., CLE Drake, 1985-1986; Assoc. Dean, 1991-1993; Dean & Prof., Memphis, 1993-2003; Dean & Prof., Santa Clara, Since 2003. Subjects: Antitrust; Corporations; Employment Law; Securities Regulation. Books & Awards: Emplymt. Relationships: Law and Prac. (with M. W. Bennett & H. J. Rubin), 1998. Member: ALI; ABF (Life Fellow). Consultantships: Fel., TN Bar Fdn., since 1996; Mem., Com. on Clin. Educ., AALS, since 2002; Fel., Coll. of Labor & Emplymt. Lawyers, since 2003.

Donald J. Polden (Santa Clara University School of Law)
Session: for the Law School Dean - Workshop for Deans-only
Bio: POLDEN, DONALD, J. (M) Dean & Prof. Santa Clara. b.1948. BBA, 1970, Geo. Wash.; JD, 1975, Ind., Indpls. Ind. L. Rev. Admitted: IA, 1976. Clerk, Ch. Judge William Hanson U.S.D.C. S.D. Des Moines IA, 1975-1976; Ass't Prof., Drake, 1976-1978; Assoc. Prof., 1978-1981; Prof., 1981-1993; Vis. Prof., Louisville, 1983; Dir., CLE Drake, 1985-1986; Assoc. Dean, 1991-1993; Dean & Prof., Memphis, 1993-2003; Dean & Prof., Santa Clara, Since 2003. Subjects: Antitrust; Corporations; Employment Law; Securities Regulation. Books & Awards: Emplymt. Relationships: Law and Prac. (with M. W. Bennett & H. J. Rubin), 1998. Member: ALI; ABF (Life Fellow). Consultantships: Fel., TN Bar Fdn., since 1996; Mem., Com. on Clin. Educ., AALS, since 2002; Fel., Coll. of Labor & Emplymt. Lawyers, since 2003.

Katherine M. Porter (University of Iowa College of Law)
Session: Law and Economics*
Bio: PORTER, KATHERINE, M. (F) Assoc. Prof. Iowa. b.1974. BA, 1996, Yale; JD, 2001, Harvard. Notes Ed., Harv. Women's L.J. Admitted: OR, 2002. Clerk, Hon. Richard S. Arnold U.S.C.A. 8th Cir. Little Rock, 2001-2002; Assoc., Stoel Rivers LLP Portland OR, 2002-2003; Proj. Dir., Bus. Bkrptcy. Proj. Update Profs. E. Warren & J. Westbrook Winterset IA, 2004; Assoc. Prof., Nevada Las Vegas, 2004-2005; Assoc. Prof., Iowa, Since 2005. Subjects: Commercial Law; Consumer Law; Creditors' & Debtors' Rights. Member: Am. Bkrptcy. Inst. Consultantships: Bd. Mem., Am. Bd. of Certification, 2007-10.

Nicole B. Porter (University of Toledo College of Law)
Session: New Law Professors
Bio: PORTER, NICOLE, (F) Assoc. Prof. Toledo. b.1970. Juris Doctor, 1998, Michigan. Ed. in Chief, Univ. of Michigan Jour. of Law Reform. Admitted: MI, 1998. Jud. Clerk, Judge Ryan, U.S. Ct. of App. for the Sixth Cir., Detroit, MI, 1998 - 1999; Associate, Butzel Long, Detroit, MI, 1999 - 2002; Corporate Counsel, Guardian Industries, Auburn Hills, MI, 2002 - 2004. Subjects: Criminal Law; Disability Law; Employment Discrimination; Feminist Legal Theory (S).

Robert C. Post (Yale Law School)
Session: Legislation and Law of the Political Process
Bio: POST, ROBERT, C. (M) David Boies Prof. Yale. b.1947. BA, 1969, Harvard Coll.; JD, 1977, Yale; PhD, 1980, Harvard. Note Ed., Yale L.J. Admitted: DC, 1979; CA, 1983. Clerk, Ch. Judge David L. Bazelon U.S.C.A. DC Cir., 1977-1978; Clerk, Assoc. Just. William J. Brennan U.S. Sup. Ct. DC, 1978-1979; Assoc., Williams & Connolly DC, 1980-1982; Acting Prof., Cal. Berkeley, 1983-1987; Prof., 1987-2003; Prof., Since 2003. Subjects: Constitutional Law; Jurisprudence (S); Professional Responsibility. Books & Awards: Law and the Order of Culture, 1991; Const'l Domains, 1995; Race and Representation: Affirmative Action (with M. Rogin), 1998; Censorship and Silencing: Practices of Cultural Regulation, 1998. Member: ALI.; Am. Acad. of Arts & Scis.

Robert C. Post (Yale Law School)
Session: Presidential Program I - Transformative Scholarship*
Bio: POST, ROBERT, C. (M) David Boies Prof. Yale. b.1947. BA, 1969, Harvard Coll.; JD, 1977, Yale; PhD, 1980, Harvard. Note Ed., Yale L.J. Admitted: DC, 1979; CA, 1983. Clerk, Ch. Judge David L. Bazelon U.S.C.A. DC Cir., 1977-1978; Clerk, Assoc. Just. William J. Brennan U.S. Sup. Ct. DC, 1978-1979; Assoc., Williams & Connolly DC, 1980-1982; Acting Prof., Cal. Berkeley, 1983-1987; Prof., 1987-2003; Prof., Since 2003. Subjects: Constitutional Law; Jurisprudence (S); Professional Responsibility. Books & Awards: Law and the Order of Culture, 1991; Const'l Domains, 1995; Race and Representation: Affirmative Action (with M. Rogin), 1998; Censorship and Silencing: Practices of Cultural Regulation, 1998. Member: ALI.; Am. Acad. of Arts & Scis.

Robert C. Post (Yale Law School)
Session: for the Law School Dean - Workshop for Deans-only
Bio: POST, ROBERT, C. (M) Dean and Sol & Lillian Goldman Prof. of Law Yale. b.1947. BA, 1969, Harvard Coll.; JD, 1977, Yale; PhD, 1980, Harvard. Note Ed., Yale L.J. Admitted: DC, 1979; CA, 1983. Clerk, Ch. Judge David L. Bazelon U.S.C.A. DC Cir., 1977-1978; Clerk, Assoc. Just. William J. Brennan U.S. Sup. Ct. DC, 1978-1979; Assoc., Williams & Connolly DC, 1980-1982; Acting Prof., Cal. Berkeley, 1983-1987; Prof., 1987-2003; Prof., Since 2003. Subjects: Constitutional Law; Jurisprudence (S); Professional Responsibility. Books & Awards: Law and the Order of Culture, 1991; Const'l Domains, 1995; Race and Representation: Affirmative Action (with M. Rogin), 1998; Censorship and Silencing: Practices of Cultural Regulation, 1998. Member: ALI.; Am. Acad. of Arts & Scis.

Susan Westerberg Prager (Association of American Law Schools)
Session: First Meeting of AALS House of Representatives
Bio: PRAGER, SUSAN, WESTERBERG (F) Arjay & Frances Fearing Miller Prof. Emerita. U.C.L.A. b.1942. AB, 1964; MA, 1967, Stanford; JD, 1971, U.C.L.A. Ed.-in-Ch., U.C.L.A. L. Rev. Admitted: NC, 1971; CA, 1972. Assoc., Powe Porter & Alphin P.A. Durham NC, 1971-1972; Acting Prof., U.C.L.A., 1972-1977; Prof., Since 1977; Assoc. Dean, 1979-1982; Dean, 1982-1998; Provost, Dartmouth Coll., 1999-2001. Subjects: California Legal History (S); Community Property; Family Law; Wills & Trusts. Member: COIF. Consultantships: Bd. of Dirs., Pacific Mutual Holding Co., since 1979; Exec. Com., AALS, 1980-83, Pres.-Elect, 1985, Pres., since 1986; Bd. of Trustees, Stanford, 1976-80, 1987-97.

Susan Westerberg Prager (Association of American Law Schools)
Session: AALS Workshop and Continental Breakfast for 2009 and 2010 Section Officers
Bio: PRAGER, SUSAN, WESTERBERG (F) Arjay & Frances Fearing Miller Prof. Emer. & Exec. Dir., AALS U.C.L.A. b.1942. AB, 1964; MA, 1967, Stanford; JD, 1971, U.C.L.A. Ed.-in-Ch., U.C.L.A. L. Rev. Admitted: NC, 1971; CA, 1972. Assoc., Powe Porter & Alphin P.A. Durham NC, 1971-1972; Acting Prof., U.C.L.A., 1972-1977; Prof., Since 1977; Assoc. Dean, 1979-1982; Dean, 1982-1998; Provost, Dartmouth Coll., 1999-2001; President, Occidental Coll., 2006 - 2007; Exec. Dir., C.E.O., AALS, 2008 - Pres. Subjects: California Legal History (S); Community Property; Family Law; Wills & Trusts. Member: COIF. Consultantships: Bd. of Dirs., Pacific Mutual Holding Co., since 1979; Exec. Com., AALS, 1980-83, Pres.-Elect, 1985, Pres., 1986-87; Bd. of Trustees, Stanford, 1976-80, 1987-97.

David A. Pratt (Albany Law School)
Session: Employee Benefits
Bio: PRATT, DAVID, A. (M) Prof. Albany. b.1949. BA, 1970, Oxford Univ. Admitted: UNITED KINGDOM, 1975; NY, 1978. Counsel, Hodgson & Russ LLP Albany, NY, Pres; Assoc., Kohn Bookstein & Karp Albany NY, 1977-1980; Assoc., Jaques & Co. London 1973-75, 1981-1982; Part., 1982-1984; Principal, Urbach Kahn & Werlin Albany, 1985-1992; Sr. Consult., Coopers & Lybrand Albany, 1992-1994; Vis. Ass't Prof., Albany, 1994-1995; Counsel, Downs Rachlin & Martin PLLC Burlington VT, 1994-2004; Ass't Prof., 1995-1998; Assoc. Prof., 1998-2001; Prof., Albany, Since 2001. Subjects: Aging & the Law; Business Planning; Clinical Teaching; Employee Benefit Plans; Property; Taxation, Federal; Trusts & Estates. Books & Awards: Social Security and Medicare Answer Bk. (with Hornbeck), 1999, 2d ed., 2002; Tax'n of Distributions from Qualified Plans 2003/2004 ed. (with Bennett, et al.), 2003. Member: Am. Coll. of Employee Benefits Counsel (Fellow); Am. Soc. of Pension Profs. & Actuaries (Dir., since 2004, Chair, Legis. Rels. Com., since 2004). Consultantships: Dir., NY Employee Benefits Conf., since 1987; Co-Chair, Govt'l Plans Com., Am. Soc. of Pension Actuaries, 2001-04; Co-Chair, Employee Benefits Com., Sect. of Tax'n, NYS Bar Ass'n, 1999-02, Chair, Life Ins. & Employee Benefits Com., Trusts & Estates Law Sect., 2001-04, Chair, Tax Sect., since 2004.

Lisa R. Pruitt (University of California at Davis School of Law)
Session: Africa, Co-Sponsored by Section on Minority Groups*
Bio: PRUITT, LISA, R. (F) Prof. Cal., Davis. b.1964. BA, 1986; JD, 1989, Ark., Fayetteville; PhD, 1997, Univ. of London. Ed.-in-Ch., Ark. L. Rev. Admitted: AR, 1989; DC, 1992. Clerk, Hon. Morris Sheppard Arnold U.S.C.A. 8th Cir. Little Rock, 1992-1993; Legal Ass't, George H. Aldrich Iran-U.S. Claims Tribunal The Hague Netherlands, 1993-1996; Consult., Int'l Crim. Tribunal for Rwanda Kigali, 1996; Assoc., Covington & Burling London, 1996-1998; Vis. Ass't Prof., Northwestern, 1999; Acting Prof., Cal. Davis, 1999-2004; Prof., Since 2004. Subjects: Feminist Legal Theory; Sociology of the Legal Profession (S); Torts. Member: Phi Beta Kappa.

Garrick B. Pursley (The University of Texas School of Law)
William P. Quigley (Loyola University New Orleans College of Law)
Session: New Orleans Neighborhood Solidarity Tour
Bio: QUIGLEY, WILLIAM, P. (M) Janet May Riley Dist. Prof., Dir., Loyola Law Clinic & Dir., Gillis Long Poverty Law Cntr. Loyola, New Or. b.1949. BA, 1971, Purdue Univ.; JD, 1977, Loyola, LA. Admitted: LA, 1977. Grad. Student, Notre Dame Sch. of Theology, 1971-72. Staff Att'y, New Orls. Legal Assist. Corp., 1977-1981; Priv. Att'y, Self New Orls., 1981-1991; Vis. Assoc. Clin. Prof., Loyola New Orl., 1991-1992; Dir., Law Clinic, 1992-1993; Ass't Prof., 1992-1995; Assoc. Dean, Admin. Affrs., 1993-1994; Dir., Loyola Law Clinic, Since 1994; Assoc. Prof., 1995-1999; Dir., Gillis Long Poverty Law Cntr., Since 1998; Prof., Since 1999. Subjects: Clinical Advocacy; Law & Poverty. Books & Awards: Ending Poverty As We Know It, 2003. Consultantships: Gen. Counsel, ACLU of LA, 1981-02; Coop'g Att'y, NAACP Legal Defense & Educ'l Fund, Inc., since 1981; U.S. Adv'y Bd., Human Rts. Watch, since 2003.

William P. Quigley (Loyola University New Orleans College of Law)
Session: Poverty Law
Bio: QUIGLEY, WILLIAM, P. (M) Janet May Riley Dist. Prof., Dir., Loyola Law Clinic & Dir., Gillis Long Poverty Law Cntr. Loyola, New Or. b.1949. BA, 1971, Purdue Univ.; JD, 1977, Loyola, LA. Admitted: LA, 1977. Grad. Student, Notre Dame Sch. of Theology, 1971-72. Staff Att'y, New Orls. Legal Assist. Corp., 1977-1981; Priv. Att'y, Self New Orls., 1981-1991; Vis. Assoc. Clin. Prof., Loyola New Orl., 1991-1992; Dir., Law Clinic, 1992-1993; Ass't Prof., 1992-1995; Assoc. Dean, Admin. Affrs., 1993-1994; Dir., Loyola Law Clinic, Since 1994; Assoc. Prof., 1995-1999; Dir., Gillis Long Poverty Law Cntr., Since 1998; Prof., Since 1999. Subjects: Clinical Advocacy; Law & Poverty. Books & Awards: Ending Poverty As We Know It, 2003. Consultantships: Gen. Counsel, ACLU of LA, 1981-02; Coop'g Att'y, NAACP Legal Defense & Educ'l Fund, Inc., since 1981; U.S. Adv'y Bd., Human Rts. Watch, since 2003.

William P. Quigley (Loyola University New Orleans College of Law)
Session: Pro-Bono and Public Service Opportunities
Bio: QUIGLEY, WILLIAM, P. (M) Janet May Riley Dist. Prof., Dir., Loyola Law Clinic & Dir., Gillis Long Poverty Law Cntr. Loyola, New Or. b.1949. BA, 1971, Purdue Univ.; JD, 1977, Loyola, L.A. Admitted: LA, 1977. Grad. Student, Notre Dame Sch. of Theology, 1971-72. Staff Att'y, New Orls. Legal Assist. Corp., 1977-1981; Priv. Att'y, Self New Orls., 1981-1991; Vis. Assoc. Clin. Prof., Loyola New Orl., 1991-1992; Dir., Law Clinic, 1992-1993; Ass't Prof., 1992-1995; Assoc. Dean, Admin. Affrs., 1993-1994; Dir., Loyola Law Clinic, Since 1994; Assoc. Prof., 1995-1999; Dir., Gillis Long Poverty Law Cntr., Since 1998; Prof., Since 1999. Subjects: Clinical Advocacy; Law & Poverty. Books & Awards: Ending Poverty As We Know It, 2003. Consultantships: Gen. Counsel, ACLU of LA, 1981-02; Coop'g Att'y, NAACP Legal Defense & Educ'l Fund, Inc., since 1981; U.S. Adv'y Bd., Human Rts. Watch, since 2003.

Afsheen J. Radsan (William Mitchell College of Law)
Session: National Security Law Breakfast
Bio: RADSAN, AFSHEEN, J. (M) Professor Wm. Mitchell. JD, 1987, Harvard. Admitted: IL, 1988; NY, 1989; DC, 1989; CA, 1995; MN, 2004. Assoc. Baker & McKenzie, Chgo., 1988-1990; Assoc., Sullivan & Cromwell NYC, 1989-1990; Trial Att'y & Ass't U.S. Att'y, U.S. Dep't of Just. San Diego & DC, 1991-1997; Counsel, Afridi & Angell DC & San Diego, 1998-2002; Ass't Gen. Counsel, C.I.A. Langley VA, 2002-2004; Assoc. Prof., Wm. Mitchell, Since 2004. Subjects: Criminal Procedure; Evidence; National Security Law (S).

Raja Raghunath (University of Denver Sturm College of Law)
Session: Clinical Legal Education*
Bio: RAGHUNATH, RAJA, (M) Ass't Prof. Denver. b.1976. BA, 1997, Duke; JD, 2002, Michigan. Admitted: CA, 2002; NY, 2006; CO, 2007. Associate, Gilbert & Sackman, A Law Corp., Los Angeles, CA, 2002 - 2005; Associate, Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP, New York, NY, 2005 - 2007. Subjects: Community Law Clinic (S). Member: Clin. Legal Educ. Ass'n.

Steven Ramirez (Loyola University Chicago School of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: Efficiency, Distribution, and Growth*
Bio: RAMIREZ, STEVEN, Prof. Loyola, Chicago.

Jaya E. Ramji-Nogales (Temple University, James E. Beasley School of Law)
Session: Immigration Law, Co-Sponsored by Section on Administrative Law
Bio: RAMJI-NOGALES, JAYA, E. (F) Ass't Prof. Temple. b.1973. BA, 1995, Cal., Berkeley; JD, 1999, Yale; LLM, 2006, Georgetown. Bk. Rev. Ed., Yale J. Int'l L. Admitted: NY, 2001. Robert L. Bernstein Fel., Legal Aid Proj. Uganda Law. Soc. Kampala Uganda, 1999; Robert L. Bernstein Fel., Univ. of the Witwatersrand Johannesburg So. Africa, 2000; Assoc., Debevoise & Plimpton NYC, 2001-2002; Staff Att'y, ACLU NYC, 2002-2004; Clin. Tchg. Fel., Georgetown, 2004-2006; Adj. Prof., 2005-2006; Ass't Prof., Temple, Since 2006. Subjects: Asylum Clinic; Civil Procedure; Evidence. Books & Awards: Bringing the Khmer Rouge to Just. (with Van Schaack), 2005. Consultantships: Legal Adv'r, Documentation Cntr. of Cambodia, since 1997.

Jaya E. Ramji-Nogales (Temple University, James E. Beasley School of Law)
Session: National Security Law, Co-Sponsored by Sections on International Human Rights and International Law
Bio: RAMJI-NOGALES, JAYA, E. (F) Ass't Prof. Temple. b.1973. BA, 1995, Cal., Berkeley; JD, 1999, Yale; LLM, 2006, Georgetown. Bk. Rev. Ed., Yale J. Int'l L. Admitted: NY, 2001. Robert L. Bernstein Fel., Legal Aid Proj. Uganda Law. Soc. Kampala Uganda, 1999; Robert L. Bernstein Fel., Univ. of the Witwatersrand Johannesburg So. Africa, 2000; Assoc., Debevoise & Plimpton NYC, 2001-2002; Staff Att'y, ACLU NYC, 2002-2004; Clin. Tchg. Fel., Georgetown, 2004-2006; Adj. Prof., 2005-2006; Ass't Prof., Temple, Since 2006. Subjects: Asylum Clinic; Civil Procedure; Evidence; Refugee Law and Policy (S). Books & Awards: Bringing the Khmer Rouge to Just. (with Van Schaack), 2005. Consultantships: Legal Adv'r, Documentation Cntr. of Cambodia, since 1997.

J. M. Ramseyer (Harvard Law School)
Session: Scholarship
Bio: RAMSEYER, J., M. Mitsubishi Prof. of Japanese Legal Studies. Harvard. b.1954. BA, 1976, Goshen Coll.; AM, 1978, Michigan; JD, 1982, Harvard. Harv. L. Rev. Admitted: IL, 1983. Japan Soc. Promotion Sci. Fellow, Univ. of Tokyo, 1988.; Fulbright Fellow, Univ. of Tokyo, 1985-86. Clerk, Hon. Stephen Breyer U.S.C.A. 1st Cir. Boston, 1982-1983; Assoc., Sidley & Austin Chgo., 1983-1985; Acting Prof., U.C.L.A., 1986-1989; Prof., 1989-1992; Prof., Univ. of Chgo., 1992-1997; Harold & Marion Green Prof., 1997-1998; Mitsubishi Prof. of Japanese Legal Studies, Harvard, Since 1998. Subjects: Corporate Law; Japanese Law. Books & Awards: Odd Markets in Japanese Hist., 1996; Japanese Law (with Nakazato), 1999; Measuring Jud. Independence (with Rasmusen), 2003; The Fable of the Keiretsu (with Miwa), 2006. Member: Am. Law & Econ. Ass'n; Am. Econ. Ass'n; Econ. Hist. Assn. Consultantships: Co-Ed., Law & Econ. Bk. Series, Univ. Chgo. Press.; Assoc. Ed., J. Japanese Int'l Econ.

Shruti Rana (University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law)
Session: Contracts
Bio: RANA, SHRUTI, Ass't Prof. Maryland.

Dean A V Narsimha Rao (The Icfai Foundation for Higher Education)
Session: Insurance Law

Radhika Rao (University of California, Hastings College of the Law)
Session: Open Program on Biolaw
Bio: RAO, RADHIKA, (F) Prof. Cal., Hastings. b.1964. AB, 1986; JD, 1990, Harvard. Sup. Ct. Ed., Harv. L. Rev. Admitted: CA, 1995. Clerk, Judge Richard D. Cudahy U.S.C.A. 7th Cir. Chgo., 1990-1991; Assoc., Heller Ehrman White & McAuliffe San Fran., 1992; Lect., Cal. Berkeley, 1992; Clerk, Just. Harry Blackmun U.S. Sup. Ct. DC, 1992-1993; Ass't Prof., Cal. Hastings, 1993-1996; Assoc. Prof., 1996-2000; Prof., Since 2000. Subjects: Constitutional Law; Family Law; Family Law (S); Property; Torts.

Radhika Rao (University of California, Hastings College of the Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: Redefining Regulation in the Post Neoclassical Era*
Bio: RAO, RADHIKA, (F) Prof. Cal., Hastings. b.1964. AB, 1986; JD, 1990, Harvard. Sup. Ct. Ed., Harv. L. Rev. Admitted: CA, 1995. Clerk, Judge Richard D. Cudahy U.S.C.A. 7th Cir. Chgo., 1990-1991; Assoc., Heller Ehrman White & McAuliffe San Fran., 1992; Lect., Cal. Berkeley, 1992; Clerk, Just. Harry Blackmun U.S. Sup. Ct. DC, 1992-1993; Ass't Prof., Cal. Hastings, 1993-1996; Assoc. Prof., 1996-2000; Prof., Since 2000. Subjects: Constitutional Law; Family Law; Family Law (S); Property; Torts.

Nancy B. Rapoport (University of Nevada, Las Vegas, William S. Boyd School of Law)
Session: Women in Legal Education
Bio: RAPOPORT, NANCY, B. (F) Gordon Silver Prof. Nevada, Las Vegas. BA, 1982, Rice Univ.; JD, 1985, Stanford. Note Ed., Stan. L. Rev. Admitted: CA, 1987; OH, 1993; NE, 1999; TX, 2001; NV, 2007. Clerk, Judge Joseph T. Sneed U.S.C.A. 9th Cir., 1985-1986; Assoc., Morrison & Foerster San Fran., 1986-1991; Ass't Prof., Ohio St., 1991-1995; Assoc. Prof., 1995-1998; Assoc. Dean, Student Servs., 1996-1998; Prof., 1998; Dean & Prof., Nebraska, 1998-2000; Dean, Houston, 2000-2006; Prof., Since 2000; Professor, Univ. of Houston Law Cntr., 2006 - 2007; Gordon Silver Prof. of Law, William S. Boyd Sch. of Law, UNLV, 2007 - Pres. Subjects: Commercial Law (Sales); Contracts; Creditors' & Debtors' Rights; Legal Writing; Professional Responsibility (S). Books & Awards: Enron: Corporate Fiascos and Their Implications, 2004; Enron and Other Corporate Fiascos: The Corporate Scandal Reader, 2d, 2009. Member: ALI; Am. Bar Fdn.; Am. Coll. of Bkrptcy. Consultantships: Com., Bkrptcy Educ., CLE Inst., OH, 1992-98, Com., Young Lawyers' Educ., 1993-98; Ed., CA Bkrptcy. Jour., since 1996; Bd. Mem., Women Deans' Databank Adv'y Bd., since 1998.

Geoffrey C. Rapp (University of Toledo College of Law)
Session: Agency, Partnership, LLC's , and Unincorporated Associations
Bio: RAPP, GEOFFREY, C. (M) Assoc. Prof. Toledo. b.1976. AB, 1998, Harvard Coll.; JD, 2001, Yale. Notes Ed., Yale L.J. Admitted: IL, 2003; NY, 2003; OH, 2009. Clerk, Hon. Cornelia Kennedy U.S.C.A. Detroit, 2001-2002; Intelligence Off'r, USNR, Since 2001; Adj. Prof., Wayne St., 2002; Assoc., Miner Barnhill & Galland Chgo., Since 2002; Ass't Prof., Toledo, Since 2004; Adj. Prof., Mich. St.-DCL, 2006. Subjects: Anti-trust; Business Associations; Sports Law; Torts; Trusts & Estates; Trusts & Estates. Consultantships: Jud'l Adv'y Grp., U.S.D.C., N.D. OH, since 2005.

Jamin Ben Raskin (American University, Washington College of Law)
Session: Legislation and Law of the Political Process
Bio: RASKIN, JAMIN, BEN (M) Prof., Dir., Law & Gov't Prog. & Dir., LL.M. Prog. in Law & Govt. American. b.1962. BA, 1983; JD, 1987, Harvard. Ed., Harv. L. Rev. Admitted: MA, 1987; DC, 1991; MD, 1995. Ass't Att'y Gen., Att'y Gen. of MA Boston, 1987-1989; Gen. Counsel, Nat'l Rainbow Coalition DC, 1989-1990; Ass't Prof., American, 1990-1993; Assoc. Prof., 1993-1994; Assoc. Dean, Acad. Affrs., 1994-1997; Prof., Since 1994; Co-Dir., Law & Gov't Prog., 1997-2006; Acting Dir., LL.M. Prog. in Law & Gov't, 2004-2005; Dir., Since 2005; Dir., Law & Gov't Prog., Since 2006; St. Senator, St. of MD Annapolis, Since 2007. Subjects: Constitutional Law; Criminal Law; Criminal Procedure; Education Law; Local Government (S). Books & Awards: Scholar-Tchr. of the Year, Am. Univ., 2000-, 1; Pauline Ruyle Moore Scholarship, 2004-, 5; The Wealth Primary (with Bonifaz), 1995; We the Students: Sup. Ct. Cases For and About America's Students, 2000; Overruling Democracy: The Sup. Ct. Versus the Am. People, 2003; Youth Just. (with Ahranjani & Ferguson), 2005. Member: Phi Beta Kappa. Consultantships: Chrm., MD St. Higher Educ. Labor Rels. Bd., since 2001; St. Senator, MD, since 2007.

Jayesh Rathod (American University, Washington College of Law)
Session: Labor Relations and Employment Law
Bio: RATHOD, JAYESH, (M) Pract.-in-Res. American. b.1975. AB, 1997, Harvard; JD, 2001, Columbia. Admitted: NY, 2002; DC, 2002. Assoc., Wilmer Cutler & Pickering LLP, 2002; Jud. Law Clerk, Hon. Louis F. Oberdorfer U.S.D.C. for DC, 2002-2003; Staff Att'y, CASA of MD Inc., 2003-2006. Subjects: Immigration Law.

Frank S. Ravitch (Michigan State University College of Law)
Session: Law and Anthropology
Bio: RAVITCH, FRANK, S. (M) Prof. Mich. S. b.1966. BA, 1987, Tulane; JD, 1991, Penn State-Dickinson; LLM, 1994, Georgetown. Admitted: PA, 1991; NY, 1994. Assoc., Capehart & Scatchard Mount Laurel NJ, 1991-1993; Sr. Intern for EEO Law, Rep. Leslie Byrne U.S. House of Reps. Annandale VA, 1993-1994; Lect., Buffalo, 1994-1996; Assoc. Prof., Univ. of Central Fla., 1996-1998; Ass't Prof., Barry Univ., 1999-2001; Fulbright Scholar, Doshisha Univ. Kyoto Japan, 2001; Vis. Assoc. Prof., Syracuse, 2001-2002; Assoc. Prof., Mich. St., 2002-2005; Prof. of Law, Michigan St. Univ. Coll. of Law, Since 2005. Subjects: Constitutional Law; Law & Interpretation; Law & Religion; Professional Responsibility; Torts. Books & Awards: Sch. Prayer and Discrimination: The Civil Rts. of Religious Minorities and Dissenters, 1999; Emplymt. Discrim. Law (with McDonald & Sumners), 2005; Masters of Illusion: The Sup. Ct. and the Religious Clauses, 2007; Law and Religion, A Reader: Cases, Concepts and Theory, 2nd Ed., 2008. Member: AALS (Past Co-Chair, Sect. on Law & Religion).; Law & Soc. Ass'n; Central Sts. Law Schs. Ass'n (V.P.); Ass'n for the Study of Law, Culture and Humanities. Consultantships: Fulbright Peer Rev. Com., Fulbright Sr. Specialists Prog., Coun. for the Int'l Exchg. of Scholars, 2004-06.

Sarah E. Redfield (University of New Hampshire School of Law )
Session: Poster Presentations Sponsored by Section on Minority Groups
Bio: REDFIELD, SARAH, E. (F) Prof. Franklin Pierce. b.1948. BA, 1970, Mt. Holyoke Coll.; JD, 1974, Northeastern; LLM, 1983, Harvard. Admitted: ME, 1974. Ass't Att'y Gen., Att'y Gen. St. of ME Augusta, 1974-1980; Assoc. Comm'r, Dep't of Agric. Food & Rural Resources Augusta, 1980-1982; Ass't Prof., Franklin Pierce, 1983-1985; Prof., Since 1985; Dir., Educ. Law Inst., Since 1994; Vis. Prof., McGeorge, Since 2004. Subjects: Administrative Law; Alternative Dispute Resolution; Education Law; Education Law: Supreme Court (S); Special Education Law. Books & Awards: Thinking Like A Lawyer: An Educators Guide to Legal Analysis & Res., 2002; Spec. Educ. Law Cases & Materials, 2005; Educ. Law, 2009; Diversity Realized, 2009. Member: Canadian Educ. Law Ass'n (CAPSLE); Educ. Law Assn. Consultantships: Comm'r, Educ. Comm. of the St., since 2004; Mem., CLEO Board, since 2007; Mem. and Chair, Educ. Com., ABA Presidential Advisory Council on Diversity, since 2007.

Chloe T. Reid (University of Southern California Gould School of Law)
Session: Prelegal Education and Admission to Law School
Bio: REID, CHLOE, T. (F) Assoc. Dean, Adms. & Fin'l Aid. Southern Ca. b.1963. BA, 1985; JD, 1988, Tennessee. Dir. of Adms., Whittier, 1989-1992; Ass't Dir., Coun. Aff'rs LSAC Newton PA, 1992-1993; Assoc. Dean, Whittier, 1993-2000; Exec. Dean, Antioch Univ. Southern Cal. L.A., 2000-2003; Interim Pres., 2003-2004; Assoc. Dean for Adms. & Student Aff'rs, Southern Cal., Since 2006. Consultantships: Bd. of Trustees, Goddard Coll., since 2003.

Joel R. Reidenberg (Fordham University School of Law)
Session: Defamation and Privacy
Bio: REIDENBERG, JOEL, R. Prof. Fordham. b.1961. AB, 1983, Dartmouth; JD, 1986, Columbia; DEA dr int eco, 1987; PhD, 2003, Univ. de Paris I (Pantheon-Sorbonne). Art. Ed., Colum. J. Transnat'l L. Admitted: NY, 1986; DC, 1988. Friedmann Fel., Promethee Paris, 1986-1987; Assoc., Debevoise & Plimpton DC, 1987-1990; Assoc. Prof., Fordham, 1990-1995; Prof., Since 1995; Dir., Grad. Prog. Acad. Affrs. Fordham, 1998-1999; Dir., Grad. Prog., 1999-2001; Vis. Prof., Univ. de Paris Pantheon-Sorbonne France 1996-97, 2003-2004. Subjects: Comparative Law; Computers & the Law; Contracts; Intellectual Property; International Transactions; Legal Method. Books & Awards: Data Privacy Law: A Study of U.S. Data Protection (with P. Schwartz), 1996; Online Services and Data Protection: Regulatory Responses (with P. Schwartz), 1998. Member: ASIL. Consultantships: Expert Adv'r, Proj. Steering Grp. on Electronic Commerce, O.E.C.D.; Adv'y Panel, U.S. Cong. Off. of Tech. Assessment, 1994-95; Principal Investigator, Study of Am. Data Protection Law, Comm. of the European Communities (Luxembourg), 1993-95, (Brussels), 1997, Principal Investigator, Study of On-Line Privacy Law, 1997-98.

Doug Rendleman (Washington and Lee University School of Law)
Session: Remedies*
Bio: RENDLEMAN, DOUG, Huntley Prof. Wash. & Lee. JD, 1968, Iowa; LLM, 1970, Michigan. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Injunctions; Remedies. Books & Awards: Injunctions, 2nd (with Fiss), 1984; Enforcement of Judgments and Liens in Virginia, 1994; Remedies, 7th ed., 2006; Complex Litigation:Injunctions, Structural Remedies, and Contempt, 2010.

William L. Reynolds (University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law)
Session: Commercial and Related Consumer Law*
Bio: REYNOLDS, WILLIAM, L. Jacob A. France Prof. of Jud. Process. Maryland. b.1945. AB, 1967, Dartmouth Coll.; JD, 1970, Harvard. Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev. Admitted: MD, 1972. Clerk, U.S.D.J. Frank A. Kaufman, 1970-1971; Ass't Prof., Maryland, 1971-1974; Assoc. Prof., 1974-1977; Prof., Since 1977; Maier Vis. Chair, W. Va. Univ., 1991; Vis. Prof., Southern Methodist, 1991; Vis. Prof., Bklyn. 1995-96, 2002. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Conflict of Laws; Constitutional Law; Contracts; International Transactions. Books & Awards: Understanding the Conflict of Laws (with Richman), 3d ed., 2002; Jud. Process in a Nutshell, 3d ed., 2002; Cases and Materials on Conflict of Laws (co-author), 2003; The Full Faith and Credit Clause (with Richman), 2005. Member: ALI. Consultantships: Dir., MD Jud. Inst., since 1985.

Sadiq Reza (New York Law School)
Session: Islamic Law*
Bio: REZA, SADIQ, (M) Prof. New York L.. b.1964. AB, 1986, Princeton; JD, 1991, Harvard. Arts. Ed., Harv. Int'l L.J. Admitted: DC, 1993; PA, 1993. Fellow, Cntr. for Arabic Study Abroad, American Univ. in Cairo, 1987-88. Clerk, Hon. Stanley A. Wegel U.S.D.C. N.D. CA, San Francisco, 1991-1992; Staff Att'y, Public Defender Serv. for DC, Washington DC, 1993-1997; Assoc., Arnold & Porter DC, Washington D.C., 1997-1999; Assoc. Prof., New York L.S., 1999-2006; Prof., Since 2006. Subjects: Criminal Law; Investigation, Adjudication, Comparative; Islamic Law (S); Islamic Law, Comparative Criminal Procedure (S). Books & Awards: 2008, Carnegie Scholar; 2007, NYLS Teacher of the Year.Member: Middle East Studies Ass'n. Consultantships: Contract Att'y, Am.-Arab Anti-Discrim. Com., since 1993; Contract Att'y, Am. Muslim Coun., since 1993; Chair, AALS Section on Islamic Law, 2009-10.

Deborah L. Rhode (Stanford Law School)
Session: Exploring the Role of Pro Bono
Bio: RHODE, DEBORAH, L. (F) Ernest W. McFarland Prof. Stanford. b.1952. BA, 1974, Yale Coll.; JD, 1977, Yale. Ed., Yale L.J. Admitted: DC, 1977; CA, 1981. Clerk, Hon. Murray I. Gurfein U.S.C.A. 2d Cir. NYC, 1977-1978; Clerk, Hon. Just. Thurgood Marshall U.S. Sup. Ct. DC, 1978-1979; Ass't Prof., Stanford, 1979-1982; Assoc. Prof., 1982-1985; Prof., 1985-1997; Dir., Inst. for Res. on Women & Gender, 1986-1990; Dir., Keck Cntr. on Legal Ethics & the Legal Profession, Since 1994; Ernest W. McFarland Prof., Since 1997; Sr. Counsel, Jud. Com. U.S. House of Reps. DC, 1998; Chair, Comm. on Women in the Profession ABA, 2000-2002; Dir., Cntr. on Ethics Stanford, Since 2003. Subjects: Professional Responsibility; Women & the Law. Books & Awards: Keck Award for Dist. Scholarship on Prof'l Respon., ABF, 1999; Pro Bono Publico Award, ABA, 1999; In the Interests of Just., 2001; Legal Ethics: Cases and Materials (with D. Luban), 4th ed., 2004; Access to Just., 2004. Member: AALS (Exec. Com., 1994-99, Pres., 1998). Consultantships: Trustee, Yale, 1983-89; Bd. of Dirs., Equal Rts. Advocates, 1998-02; Bd. of Dir. & V-Chair, Nat'l Org. for Women Legal Defense Fund, since 2000.

Deborah L. Rhode (Stanford Law School)
Session: Women in Legal Education, Co-Sponsored by Section on Defamation and Privacy*
Bio: RHODE, DEBORAH, L. (F) Ernest W. McFarland Prof. Stanford. b.1952. BA, 1974, Yale Coll.; JD, 1977, Yale. Ed., Yale L.J. Admitted: DC, 1977; CA, 1981. Clerk, Hon. Murray I. Gurfein U.S.C.A. 2d Cir. NYC, 1977-1978; Clerk, Hon. Just. Thurgood Marshall U.S. Sup. Ct. DC, 1978-1979; Ass't Prof., Stanford, 1979-1982; Assoc. Prof., 1982-1985; Prof., 1985-1997; Dir., Inst. for Res. on Women & Gender, 1986-1990; Dir., Keck Cntr. on Legal Ethics & the Legal Profession, Since 1994; Ernest W. McFarland Prof., Since 1997; Sr. Counsel, Jud. Com. U.S. House of Reps. DC, 1998; Chair, Comm. on Women in the Profession ABA, 2000-2002; Dir., Cntr. on Ethics Stanford, Since 2003. Subjects: Professional Responsibility; Women & the Law. Books & Awards: Keck Award for Dist. Scholarship on Prof'l Respon., ABF, 1999; Pro Bono Publico Award, ABA, 1999; In the Interests of Just., 2001; Legal Ethics: Cases and Materials (with D. Luban), 4th ed., 2004; Access to Just., 2004. Member: AALS (Exec. Com., 1994-99, Pres., 1998). Consultantships: Trustee, Yale, 1983-89; Bd. of Dirs., Equal Rts. Advocates, 1998-02; Bd. of Dir. & V-Chair, Nat'l Org. for Women Legal Defense Fund, since 2000.

Larry E. Ribstein (University of Illinois College of Law)
Session: Conflict of Laws
Bio: RIBSTEIN, LARRY, E. (M) Mildred Van Voorhis Jones Chair Illinois. b.1946. AB, 1968, Johns Hopkins Univ.; JD, 1972, Univ. of Chgo. Admitted: IL, 1972; IL, 1972. Assoc., McDermott Will & Emery Chgo., 1972-1975; Ass't Prof., Mercer, 1975-1978; Assoc. Prof., 1978-1981; Vis. Assoc. Prof., Southern Methodist, 1980-1981; Prof., Mercer, 1981-1987; Vis. Prof., Washington Univ. St. Louis Law Sch., 1985 - 1987; Vis. Prof., St. Louis Univ. Sch. of Law, 1986; GMU Fdn. Prof., George Mason, 1987-2002; Richard W. & Marie L. Corman Prof., Illinois, Since 2002; Mildred Van Voorhis Jones Chair, Univ. of Illinois, 2006 - Pres; Vis. Prof., New York Univ. , 2007 - 2008. Subjects: Business Planning; Conflict of Laws; Corporations; Securities Regulation; Unincorporated Business Entities. Books & Awards: Bromberg and Ribstein on Partnership, 1988; Ribstein & Keatinge on Limited Liability Companies, 1992; The Const. and the Corp., 1995; Bus. Associations, 1983, 4th ed. (with P. Letsou), 2003; The Sarbanes-Oxley Debacle, 2006; The Economics of Federalism, 2007; The Law Market, 2008; The Rise of the Uncorporation, 2009; Unincorporated Bus. Entities, 1996, 4th ed. with J. Lipshaw, 2009. Consultantships: Co-Ed., Sup. Ct. Econ. Rev., 1998-01.

Larry E. Ribstein (University of Illinois College of Law)
Session: Agency, Partnership, LLC's , and Unincorporated Associations
Bio: RIBSTEIN, LARRY, E. (M) Mildred Van Voorhis Jones Chair Illinois. b.1946. AB, 1968, Johns Hopkins Univ.; JD, 1972, Univ. of Chgo. Admitted: IL, 1972; IL, 1972. Assoc., McDermott Will & Emery Chgo., 1972-1975; Ass't Prof., Mercer, 1975-1978; Assoc. Prof., 1978-1981; Vis. Assoc. Prof., Southern Methodist, 1980-1981; Prof., Mercer, 1981-1987; Vis. Prof., Washington Univ. St. Louis Law Sch., 1985 - 1987; Vis. Prof., St. Louis Univ. Sch. of Law, 1986; GMU Fdn. Prof., George Mason, 1987-2002; Richard W. & Marie L. Corman Prof., Illinois, Since 2002; Mildred Van Voorhis Jones Chair, Univ. of Illinois, 2006 - Pres; Vis. Prof., New York Univ. , 2007 - 2008. Subjects: Business Planning; Conflict of Laws; Corporations; Securities Regulation; Unincorporated Business Entities. Books & Awards: Bromberg and Ribstein on Partnership, 1988; Ribstein & Keatinge on Limited Liability Companies, 1992; The Const. and the Corp., 1995; Bus. Associations, 1983, 4th ed. (with P. Letsou), 2003; The Sarbanes-Oxley Debacle, 2006; The Economics of Federalism, 2007; The Law Market, 2008; The Rise of the Uncorporation, 2009; Unincorporated Bus. Entities, 1996, 4th ed. with J. Lipshaw, 2009. Consultantships: Co-Ed., Sup. Ct. Econ. Rev., 1998-01.

Neil M. Richards (Washington University in St. Louis School of Law)
Session: Law, Medicine and Health Care, Co-Sponsored by Section on Constitutional Law*
Bio: RICHARDS, NEIL, M. (M) Prof. Wash., St. Louis. b.1972. BA w/special honors, 1994, Geo. Wash.; MA, 1997; JD, 1997, Univ. of Va. Exec. Ed., Va. L. Rev. Admitted: VA, 1997; DC, 2002. Clerk, Hon. Paul V. Neimeyer U.S.C.A. 4th Cir. Balt., 1997-1998; Clerk, Hon. William H. Rehnquist U.S. Sup. Ct. DC, 1998-1999; Assoc., Wilmer Cutler & Pickering DC, 2000-2003; Hugo Black Fac. Fel., Alabama 1999-00, 2003; Assoc. Prof., Wash. St. Louis, Since 2003. Subjects: First Amendment Theory (S); Individual Rights and the Constition (14th Amd); Information Privacy Law; Property; Speech, Press, and the Constitution. Books & Awards: 2004, Professor of the Year .Member: Phi Beta Kappa; Order of the Coif.

Camille M. Riley (West Virginia University College of Law)
Session: Art Law*
Bio: RILEY, CAMILLE, M. (F) Assoc. Prof. W. Va. Uni. b.1952. BA, 1974, Michigan; MSLS, 1977, Wayne St.; JD, 1983, St. Louis. Admitted: MO, 1983. Ref. Librarian, Univ. of Chgo., 1983-1985; Head of Public Servs., 1985-1986; Ass't Prof., 1986-1990; Librarian, W. Va. Univ., Since 1986; Assoc. Prof., Since 1990. Member: AALL; S.E. Ass'n of Law Libraries.

Jenny Rivera (City University of New York School of Law)
Session: Minority Groups
Bio: RIVERA, JENNY, (F) Prof. & Dir. Cntr. on Latino & Latina Rts. & Equality CUNY at Queens. AB, 1982, Princeton; JD, 1985, New York Univ; LLM, 1993, Columbia. Arts. Ed., Surv. of Am. L. Admitted: NY, 1986. Clerk, Pro Se Law Clerk's Off. 2d Circ. Ct. of Apps. NYC, NYC, NY, 1985-1987; Staff Att'y, Homeless Fam. Rts. Proj. Legal Aid Soc. NYC, NYC, NY, 1987-1988; Assoc. Counsel, PR Legal Defense & Educ. Fund Inc. NYC, NYC, NY, 1988-1992; Clerk, Judge Sonia Sotomayor U.S.D.C. S.D.N.Y. NYC, NYC, NY, 1993-1994; Ass't Prof., Suffolk Law Sch., 1994-1997; Assoc. Prof., CUNY at Queens, 1997-2002; Prof., CUNY Sch. of Law, Since 2002. Subjects: Administrative Law; Antidiscrimination Theory (S); Civil Procedure; Latinos and Latinas and the Law (S); Property Law; State & Local Government; Wills & Trusts. Consultantships: Bd. Mem., Grand St. Settlement House, since 2002; Comm'r, NYC Comm. on Human Rts., 2003-07; Mem., NYC Housing Court Advisory Council, 2009-11.

Jenny Rivera (City University of New York School of Law)
Session: Presidential Program III - Transformative Advocacy
Bio: RIVERA, JENNY, (F) Prof. & Dir. Cntr. on Latino & Latina Rts. & Equality CUNY at Queens. LLM, 1993, Columbia; AB, 1982, Princeton; JD, 1985, New York Univ. Arts. Ed., Surv. of Am. L. Admitted: NY, 1986. Clerk, Pro Se Law Clerk's Off. 2d Circ. Ct. of Apps. NYC, NYC, NY, 1985-1987; Staff Att'y, Homeless Fam. Rts. Proj. Legal Aid Soc. NYC, NYC, NY, 1987-1988; Assoc. Counsel, PR Legal Defense & Educ. Fund Inc. NYC, NYC, NY, 1988-1992; Clerk, Judge Sonia Sotomayor U.S.D.C. S.D.N.Y. NYC, NYC, NY, 1993-1994; Ass't Prof., Suffolk Law Sch., 1994-1997; Assoc. Prof., CUNY at Queens, 1997-2002; Prof., CUNY Sch. of Law, Since 2002. Subjects: Administrative Law; Antidiscrimination Theory (S); Civil Procedure; Latinos and Latinas and the Law (S); Property Law; State & Local Government; Wills & Trusts. Consultantships: Bd. Mem., Grand St. Settlement House, since 2002; Comm'r, NYC Comm. on Human Rts., 2003-07; Mem., NYC Housing Court Advisory Council, 2009-11.

Dr. Gerhard Robbers (University of Trier Institute for European Constitutional Law)
Session: Law and Religion, Co-Sponsored by Sections on Islamic Law, and Jewish Law*

Caprice L. Roberts (West Virginia University College of Law)
Session: Remedies*
Bio: ROBERTS, CAPRICE, L. (F) Prof. & Assoc. Dean, Fac. Res. & De W. Va. Uni. b.1972. BA, 1994, Rhodes Coll.; JD, 1997, Wash. & Lee. Lead Arts. Ed., Wash. & Lee L. Rev. Admitted: TN, 1998; GA, 1998; DC, 2000. Clerk, Hon. Julia Smith Gibbons U.S.D.C. W.D. TN Memphis, 1997-1998; Clerk, Hon. Ronald Lee Gilman U.S.C.A. 6th Cir. Memphis, 1998-1999; Assoc., Skadden Arps Slate Meagher & Flom LLP DC, Since 1999; Assoc. Prof., W. Va. Univ., Since 2002. Subjects: Contracts; Judicial Power & Restraint (S); Post-Modern Jurisprudence; Pre-Trial Advocacy; Remedies. Books & Awards: Prof. of the Year, 2003-, 4; West Va. Law Rev. Outstanding Fac. Mentor Award, 2004-05, 2005-, 6. Member: Order of the Coif; Phi Beta Kappa; Omicron Delta Kappa. Consultantships: Elected Mem., American Law Institute, since 2008.

Matt Roberts (University of Oregon School of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session II - Public Schools
Bio: ROBERTS, MATT, Ass't Dean, External Affrs. Oregon. b.1959. BA, 1985, Cal., Santa Barbara. Grad. Study, San Diego St. Univ., 1987.

Professor Sophie Robin-Olivier (Universite de Paris X)
Session: International Cooperation to Create Opportunities for Students*

Pamela D. Robinson (University of South Carolina School of Law)
Session: Developing Best Realistic Practices in Pro Bono Programs
Bio: ROBINSON, PAMELA, D. Dir., Pro Bono Prog. South Carolina.

Ruthann Robson (City University of New York School of Law)
Session: Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Issues
Bio: ROBSON, RUTHANN, (F) Prof. CUNY at Queens. b.1956. JD, 1979, Stetson; LLM, 1990, Cal., Berkeley. Arts. & Exec. Ed., Stetson L. Rev. Admitted: FL, 1980. Clerk, Judge Wm. J. Castagna U.S.D.C. M.D. FL Tampa, 1980-1982; Clerk, Hon. Peter T. Fay U.S.C.A. 11th Cir. Miami, 1982-1983; Att'y, FL Rural Legal Servs., 1983-1986. Subjects: Constitutional Law; Criminal Procedure; Family Law; Feminist Jurisprudence (S); Law & Sexuality; Public Institutions (Adminstrative Law). Books & Awards: Lesbian (OUT) Law, 1992; Sappho Goes to Law Sch., 1998. Consultantships: Adv'y Bd., Nat'l Cntr. for Lesbian Rts., since 1992.

Daniel B. Rodriguez (The University of Texas School of Law)
Session: AALS Executive Committee Program
Bio: RODRIGUEZ, DANIEL, B. (M) Minerva House Drysdale Regents Chair. Univ. of Texas. b.1962. BA, 1984, Cal. St. Univ., Long Beach; JD, 1987, Harvard. Sup. Ct. Ed., Harv. L. Rev. Clerk, Hon. Alex Kozinski U.S.C.A. 9th Cir. Pasadena, 1987-1988; Acting Prof., Cal. Berkeley, 1988-1994; Vis. Fellow in Law & Econ., Univ. of Va., 1993; Vis. Scholar, Hoover Inst., 1993; Prof., Cal. Berkeley, 1994-1998; Dean & Prof., San Diego, 1998-2005; Warren Dist. Prof., 2005-2007; Minerva House Drysdale Regents Chair, Univ. of Texas, Since 2007. Subjects: Administrative Law; Legislation; Local Government Law; Property. Member: ALI; ABF.; ALEA. Consultantships: Coun., Sect. on Admin. Law & Regulatory Prac., ABA, 1999-01.

Daniel B. Rodriguez (The University of Texas School of Law)
Session: State and Local Government Law
Bio: RODRIGUEZ, DANIEL, B. (M) Minerva House Drysdale Regents Chair. Univ. of Texas. b.1962. BA, 1984, Cal. St. Univ., Long Beach; JD, 1987, Harvard. Sup. Ct. Ed., Harv. L. Rev. Clerk, Hon. Alex Kozinski U.S.C.A. 9th Cir. Pasadena, 1987-1988; Acting Prof., Cal. Berkeley, 1988-1994; Vis. Fellow in Law & Econ., Univ. of Va., 1993; Vis. Scholar, Hoover Inst., 1993; Prof., Cal. Berkeley, 1994-1998; Dean & Prof., San Diego, 1998-2005; Warren Dist. Prof., 2005-2007; Minerva House Drysdale Regents Chair, Univ. of Texas, Since 2007. Subjects: Administrative Law; Legislation; Local Government Law; Property. Member: ALI; ABF.; ALEA. Consultantships: Coun., Sect. on Admin. Law & Regulatory Prac., ABA, 1999-01.

Nancy H. Rogers (The Ohio State University, Michael E. Moritz College of Law)
Session: AALS Executive Committee Forum with the ABA Section on Legal Education and Admission to the Bar
Bio: ROGERS, NANCY, H. (F) Michael E. Moritz Chair in ADR Ohio State. b.1948. BA, 1969, Kansas; JD, 1972, Yale. Admitted: OH, 1972; DC, 1974. Clerk, U.S.D.J. Thomas D. Lambros Cleve., 1972-1974; Staff Att'y, Cleve. Legal Aid Soc., 1974-1975; Vis. Ass't Prof., Ohio St., 1975-1976; Ass't Prof., 1976-1978; Adj. Prof., 1982-1983; Ass't Prof., 1983-1989; Assoc. Prof., 1989-1992; Prof., 1992-1995; Assoc. Dean, 1992-1997; Joseph S. Platt-Porter, Wright Morris & Arthur Prof., 1995-2001; V-Provost, Acad. Admin., 1999-2001; Dean, The Ohio St. Univ., 2001 - 2008; Michael E. Mortiz Chair in Dispute Resolu., Since 2001; Ohio Attorney Gen., St. of Ohio, Columbus, OH, 2008 - 2009. Subjects: Clinical Education; Evidence (S); Mediation Law (S). Books & Awards: A Student's Guide to Med. and the Law (with Salem), 1987; Cntr. for Public Resources Legal Program, Bk. Prize 1987, 1989; Mediation: Law, Policy, Prac. (with Cole & McEwen), 2d ed., 1994; Dispute Resolu. (with Goldberg, Cole & Sander), 5th ed., 2007. 2002, D'Alembert/Raven Award from the ABA Section on Dispute Resolution.Member: AALS (Pres., 2007, Exec. Committee, 2002-2005, 2006-2008); Phi Beta Kappa; Nat'l Conf. of Comm'rs of Unif. St. Laws (1998-05). Consultantships: Co-Chair, Gov'rs Peace & Conflict Mgt. Comm., 1988-89; Chair, ABA Stdg. Com. on Dispute Resolu., 1989-91; Bd. of Dirs., Legal Servs. Corp., 1993-03.

Christine Rollins (Saint Louis University School of Law)
Session: Poster Presentations Sponsored by Section on Teaching Methods
Bio: ROLLINS, CHRISTINE, Ass't Prof. of Legal Writing, Director, Legal Res. and Writing St. Louis. BS, 1992, Quiney Univ.; JD, 1996, St. Louis. Admitted: MO, 1996. Client Servs. Mgr., Legal Servs. of Eastern MO St. Louis, Since 2002; Dir., Legal Res & Writing, Since 2007. Subjects: Legal Research & Writing.

Ediberto Roman (Florida International University College of Law)
Session: Minority Groups
Bio: ROMAN, EDIBERTO, Prof. Florida International. JD, 1988, Wisconsin. Admitted: NY, 1990. Litig. Att'y, Lord Van & Lord Barrett Smith NY NY, 1988-1995; Assoc. Dean, Acad Affrs. & Prof. Fla. Int'l, Since 2006. Subjects: Contracts; Corporate Finance; Torts. Books & Awards: Prof. of the Year, 1997 &, 2001; Excellence in Res., 2002; The Other Am. Colonies, 2007; Citizenship and It's Exclusions Classical, Constitutional, and Critical Race Perspectives, 2008. Member: ALI.

Andrew Romero (Tulane University School of Law)
Session: Plenary Session - Major Gifts: What the Donors Are Telling Us
Bio: ROMERO, ANDREW, Dir. of Dev. Tulane.

Carol Marguerite Rose (The University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law)
Session: Law and the Humanities
Bio: ROSE, CAROL MARGUERITE, * (F) Lohse Prof. in Water & Natural Resource Law. Univ. of Ari. b.1940. BA, 1962, Antioch; MA, 1963, Univ. of Chgo.; PhD, 1969, Cornell; JD, 1977, Univ. of Chgo. Admitted: IL, 1977; DC, 1978. Instr., Ass't Prof. Dep't of Hist. Ohio St., 1969-1973; Assoc. Dir., So. Gov'tl Monitoring Proj. Atlanta, 1975-1976; Clerk, U.S.C.A. 5th Cir. Austin, 1977-1978; Ass't Prof., Stanford, 1978-1980; Acting Prof., Cal. Berkeley, 1980-1982; Vis. Prof., Northwestern, 1982-1983; Prof., Northwestern Univ. Law Sch. , 1983-1989; Vis. Prof., Univ. of Chgo., 1985; Vis. Prof., Yale, 1985; Vis. Prof., Harvard, 1988; Prof., Yale, 1989-2006; Fujiyama Dist. Vis. Prof., Hawaii, 1992; Vis. Prof., Univ. of Ariz., 1997; Vis. Prof., New York Univ., 2002; Prof., Univ. of Ariz., Since 2006. Subjects: Contracts; Environmental Law; Intellectual Property; Land Use Planning; Natural Resources; Property. Books & Awards: Citizen Participation in Revenue Sharing, 1975; Some Emerging Issues in Liability of Children's Welfare Agencies, 1978; Prop. and Persuasion, 1994; Hon. Degree, Chicago-Kent, 1996; Perspectives on Prop. Law (with B. Ackerman & R.C. Ellickson), 2002. Member: Am. Acad. of Arts & Scis.; COIF. Consultantships: Bd. of Eds., The Fdn. Press, since 1986; Bd. of Eds., Land Use & Envtl. L. Rev., since 1987.

Ms. Jennifer J. Rosenbaum (New Orleans Workers' Center for Racial Justice)
Session: Poverty Law

Lawrence E. Rosenthal (Chapman University Dale E. Fowler School of Law)
Session: Hot Topic Program: The United States Supreme Court’s Increased Attention to the Law of Lawyering During the 2009-2010 Term: Mere Coincidence or Something More?
Bio: ROSENTHAL, LAWRENCE, E. (M) Prof. Chapman. BA, 1978, Illinois; JD, 1981, Harvard. Ed., Harv. L. Rev. Admitted: IL, 1981. Clerk, Hon. Prentice Marshall Chgo., 1981-1983; Clerk, Just. John Paul Stevens DC, 1983-1984; Ass't U.S. Att'y, U.S. Dep't of Just. Chgo., 1984-1990; Dep. Corp. Counsel, City of Chgo., 1990-2005; Prof., Chapman, Since 2005. Subjects: Civil Rights; Constitutional Law: Advanced Seminar (S); Criminal Law; Criminal Procedure; Local Government. Books & Awards: Fay Diploma, 1981; Beale Prize, 1981. Consultantships: Bd. of Dirs., Chgo. Coun. of Lawyers, 1998-00.

Jennifer E. Rothman (Loyola Law School )
Session: Intellectual Property
Bio: ROTHMAN, JENNIFER, E. Assoc. Prof. Loyola, L.. AB, 1991, Princeton; MFA, 1995, Sch. of Cinema-TV, Southern Cal.; JD, 2002, U.C.L.A. Arts. Ed., U.C.L.A. L. Rev. Admitted: CA, 2003. Clerk, Hon. Marsha S. Berzon San Fran., 2002-2003; Assoc., Irell & Manella LLP L.A., 2003-2005; Assoc. Prof., Wash. St. Louis, 2005-2007; Assoc. Prof., Loyola-LA, Since 2007. Subjects: Entertainment (S); Intellectual Property; The First Amendment: Speech, Press & The Constitution; Torts (S); Trademarks & Unfair Competition. Books & Awards: Laurence E. Irell Prize, 2000, 2001; Jerry Pacht Const'l Law Award, 2002. Member: COIF.

Laura F. Rothstein (University of Louisville, Louis D. Brandeis School of Law)
Session: Law and Mental Disability
Bio: ROTHSTEIN, LAURA, F. (F) Prof. & Dist. Univ. Scholar. Louisville. b.1949. Bachelor of Arts, 1971, Univ. of Kansas; Juris Doctor, 1974, Georgetown. Admitted: PA, 1974; OH, 1976. Staff Att'y, Antitrust Div. U.S. Dep't of Just. DC, 1974-1975; Staff Att'y, Dep. of Just., Washington DC, 1974 - 1975; Staff Att'y, St. Att'y Gen., Columbus, Ohio, 1975 - 1976; Ass't Att'y Gen., St. of OH Att'y Gen.'s Off. (Antitrust Sect.) Columbus, 1975-1976; Ass't Prof., Ohio Northern Univ. Law Sch., 1976 - 1979; Ass't Prof., Ohio No., 1976-1979; Dir., Adms., 1978-1979; Vis. Assoc. Prof., Univ. of Pittsburgh Sch. of Law, 1979 - 1980; Consulting Att'y, Dev'l Disabilities Law Proj. Pittsburgh, 1979-1980; Vis. Ass't Prof., Pittsburgh, 1979-1980; Assoc. Prof., West Virginia Univ. Coll. of Law, 1980 - 1983; Assoc. Prof., W. Va. Univ., 1980-1984; Professor, West Virginia Univ. Coll. of Law, 1983 - 1875; Prof., 1984-1986; Professor, Univ. of Houston Law Cntr., 1985 - 2000; Vis. Prof., Houston, 1985-1986; Prof., 1986-2000; Assoc. Dean for Students, Univ. of Houston Law Cntr., 1987 - 1993; Assoc. Dean, 1999-2000; Assoc. Dean for Graduate Studies, Univ. of Houston Law Cntr., 1999 - 2000; Dean and Prof., Univ. of Louisville Louis D. Brandeis Sch. of Law, 2000 - 2005; Dean, Louisville, 2000-2005; Prof., Since 2000; Dist. Univ. Scholar, Since 2006. Subjects: Antitrust; Disabilities & the Law; Disability Law; Education Law; Property; Real Property; Torts. Books & Awards: Rts. of Physically Handicapped Persons, 1984; Spec. Educ. Law, 3d ed., 2000; Disability Law: Cases Problems and Materials 4th edition, 2006; Disability Law: Cases, Materials & Problems, 4d ed., 2006; Disabilities and the Law 3rd edition(with Julia Rothstein) 2006, 2006; Disabilities and the Law, 1992 & supps., 3d ed., 2006; Spec. Educ. Law 4th edition (with Scott F. Johnson), 2009. Member: AALS (Chair, Spec. Com. on Disability Issues, 1989-91).; LSAC Bd. of Trustees Mem. (two terms); AALS (MembershipCommittee, 2006-2008); ABA Sect. of Legal Education, Diversity Com. (Chair, 2004-2008; Mem. 2001-2004). Consultantships: Fac. Ed., Jour. of Coll. & Univ. Law, 1980-86; Mem., LSAC Bd. of Trustees, 1990-93, 1995-97; Chair, Plng. Com., AALS/LSAC/ABA/NCBE Jt. Conf. on Disability Issues, since 1997.

Keith A. Rowley (University of Nevada, Las Vegas, William S. Boyd School of Law)
Session: Commercial and Related Consumer Law*
Bio: ROWLEY, KEITH, A. (M) William S. Boyd Prof. of Law Nevada, Las Vegas. b.1962. BA, 1985, Baylor Univ.; MPP, 1987, Harvard University, Kennedy Sch. of Gov't; JD, 1992, Univ. of Texas. Exec. Editor, Texas Law Rev. Admitted: TX, 1992. Clerk, Hon. Thomas M. Reavley, U.S.C.A. 5th Cir., Austin, TX, 1992-1993; Assoc., Beirne Maynard & Parsons, LLP, Houston, 1993-1995; Assoc., Porter & Hedges, LLP, Houston, 1995-1996; Of Counsel, Glidden Partners, Houston, 1997-1998; Vis. Ass't Prof., Mississippi Coll. Sch. of Law, 1998-2000; Vis. Assoc. Prof., Emory Univ. Sch. of Law, 2000-2001; Assoc. Prof., Univ. of Nevada Las Vegas, William S. Boyd Sch. of Law, 2001-2005; Prof., Univ. of Nevada Las Vegas, William S. Boyd Sch. of Law, Since 2005; Charles E. Tweedy, Jr. Visiting Chair in Law, Univ. of Alabama Sch. of Law, 2007 - 2008; William S. Boyd Prof., Univ. of Nevada Las Vegas, William S. Boyd Sch. of Law, 2008 - Pres. Subjects: Bankruptcy & Debt Collection; Contract Theory & Policy (S); Contracts; Law & Economics (S); Payment Systems; Sales & Leases; Secured Transactions. Books & Awards: 3, 3A, 4, 4A & 5 West's Texas Forms: Bus. Litig. (with C.B. Glidden et al.), 1997; Questions & Answers: Contracts, 2003; Modern Law of Contracts (with H.O. Hunter), 2005; Global Issues in Contract Law (with J.A. Spanogle, Jr. et al.), 2007; 10 Corbin on Contracts (Ed., J.M. Perillo), 2009. Member: AALS Sect. on Contracts (Secretary, 2009; Exec. Committee, since 2006); AALS Sect. on Commercial and Related Consumer Law (Chair, 2009; Exec. Committee, since 2005); Phi Beta Kappa; Am. Law Inst. Consultantships: Com. on Professionalism, State Bar of Texas, 1995-98; Co-Chair, ABA, Section on Business Law, UCC Committee, Subcommittee on Sales of Goods, 2005-08; Developments Rptr., ABA, Section on Business Law, UCC Committee, since 2008.

Edward L. Rubin (Vanderbilt University Law School)
Session: Deans' Forum on Socio-Economics
Bio: RUBIN, EDWARD, L.* (M) Univ. Professor, Law & Pol. Sciences Vanderbilt. b.1948. BA, 1969, Princeton Univ.; JD, 1979, Yale. Note & Topics Ed., Yale L.J. Admitted: NY, 1981. Clerk, Jon O. Newman U.S.C.A. 2d Cir. Hartford CT, 1979-1980; Assoc., Paul Weiss Rifkind Wharton & Garrison NYC, 1980-1982; Acting Prof., Cal. Berkeley, 1982-1988; Prof., 1988-1997; Assoc. Dean, Acad. Affrs., 1990-1992; Richard W. Jennings Prof., 1997-1999; Prof., Pennsylvania, 1999-2005; Richard W. Jennings Prof. Emer., Since 1999; Dean & Prof., Vanderbilt, Since 2005. Subjects: Administrative Law; Banking & Commercial Paper; Constitutional Law; Law & Science (S); Legal Theory/Jurisprudence. Books & Awards: The Pymt. System: Cases, Materials and Issues (with Cooter), 1989, 2d ed., 1994; Minimizing Harm: A New Crime Policy for Modern America, 1998; Jud. Policymaking and the Modern State: How the Courts Reformed America's Prisons (with Feeley), 1998; Beyond Camelot: Rethinking Politics and Law for the Modern St., 2005.

Edward L. Rubin (Vanderbilt University Law School)
Session: Concurrent Session: Socio-Economic Perspectives on the Concept of Efficient Breach
Bio: RUBIN, EDWARD, L.* (M) Univ. Professor, Law & Pol. Sciences Vanderbilt. b.1948. BA, 1969, Princeton Univ.; JD, 1979, Yale. Note & Topics Ed., Yale L.J. Admitted: NY, 1981. Clerk, Jon O. Newman U.S.C.A. 2d Cir. Hartford CT, 1979-1980; Assoc., Paul Weiss Rifkind Wharton & Garrison NYC, 1980-1982; Acting Prof., Cal. Berkeley, 1982-1988; Prof., 1988-1997; Assoc. Dean, Acad. Affrs., 1990-1992; Richard W. Jennings Prof., 1997-1999; Prof., Pennsylvania, 1999-2005; Richard W. Jennings Prof. Emer., Since 1999; Dean & Prof., Vanderbilt, Since 2005. Subjects: Administrative Law; Banking & Commercial Paper; Constitutional Law; Law & Science (S); Legal Theory/Jurisprudence. Books & Awards: The Pymt. System: Cases, Materials and Issues (with Cooter), 1989, 2d ed., 1994; Minimizing Harm: A New Crime Policy for Modern America, 1998; Jud. Policymaking and the Modern State: How the Courts Reformed America's Prisons (with Feeley), 1998; Beyond Camelot: Rethinking Politics and Law for the Modern St., 2005.

Robin R. Runge (University of North Dakota School of Law)
Session: Employment Discrimination Law*
Bio: RUNGE, ROBIN, Ass't Prof. North Dakota.

Irma S. Russell (University of Montana School of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: Socio-Economic Perspectives on the Concept of Efficient Breach
Bio: RUSSELL, IRMA, S. (F) Dean and Prof. Montana. Liberal Arts, 1969, Kansas; MA, 1972; BS, 1974; JD, 1980, Kansas. Notes & Comments Editor, Kansas Law Rev. Admitted: KS, 1980; MO, 1981; TN, 1985. Grad. Study, Kansas, 1975-76. Jud. Clerk, Hon. James K. Logan U.S.C.A. 10th Jud. Cir. Olathe KS, 1980-1981; Assoc., Hillix Brewer Hoffhaus & Whittaker Kansas City MO, 1981-1982; Instr., Kansas, 1983-1984; Vis. Ass't Prof., Memphis St., 1986-1989; Assoc., Glankler Brown Gillilard Chase Robinson & Raines Memphis, 1989-1993; Ass't./Assoc. Prof., 1993-2006. Subjects: Contracts; Environmental Law; International Environmental Law; Professional Responsibility; Remedies. Books & Awards: Issues of Legal Ethics in the Prac. of Envt'l Law, 2003. 2008, Energy Advocates Award.Member: ALI; Phi Kappa Phi. Consultantships: Chair, Ethics Com., Sect. on Envt., Energy & Resources, ABA, 1999-01, Exec. Coun., 2001-03, Standing Com. on Ethics & Prof'l Respon., 2004-07; Exec. Coun., Sect. on Prof'l Respon. Sect., AALS, 2005-07.

Irma S. Russell (University of Montana School of Law)
Session: Deans' Forum on Socio-Economics
Bio: RUSSELL, IRMA, S. (F) Dean and Prof. Montana. Liberal Arts, 1969, Kansas; MA, 1972; BS, 1974; JD, 1980, Kansas. Notes & Comments Editor, Kansas Law Rev. Admitted: KS, 1980; MO, 1981; TN, 1985. Grad. Study, Kansas, 1975-76. Jud. Clerk, Hon. James K. Logan U.S.C.A. 10th Jud. Cir. Olathe KS, 1980-1981; Assoc., Hillix Brewer Hoffhaus & Whittaker Kansas City MO, 1981-1982; Instr., Kansas, 1983-1984; Vis. Ass't Prof., Memphis St., 1986-1989; Assoc., Glankler Brown Gillilard Chase Robinson & Raines Memphis, 1989-1993; Ass't./Assoc. Prof., 1993-2006. Subjects: Contracts; Environmental Law; International Environmental Law; Professional Responsibility; Remedies. Books & Awards: Issues of Legal Ethics in the Prac. of Envt'l Law, 2003. 2008, Energy Advocates Award.Member: ALI; Phi Kappa Phi. Consultantships: Chair, Ethics Com., Sect. on Envt., Energy & Resources, ABA, 1999-01, Exec. Coun., 2001-03, Standing Com. on Ethics & Prof'l Respon., 2004-07; Exec. Coun., Sect. on Prof'l Respon. Sect., AALS, 2005-07.

Aaron J. Saiger (Fordham University School of Law)
Session: State and Local Government Law
Bio: SAIGER, AARON, J. (M) Assoc. Prof. Fordham. b.1966. AB, 1988, Harvard Coll.; MA, 1995, Princeton Univ.; JD, 2000, Columbia; PhD, 2004, Princeton Univ. Arts. Ed., Colum. L. Rev. Clerk, Hon. Douglas Ginsburg U.S.C.A. DC Cir., 2000-2001; Clerk, Hon. Ruth Bader Ginsburg U.S. Sup. Ct. DC, 2001-2002; Res. Fel., Columbia, 2002-2003; Assoc. Prof., Fordham, Since 2003. Subjects: Administrative Law; Education Law (S); Property.

Chaim N. Saiman (Villanova University School of Law)
Session: Jewish Law*
Bio: SAIMAN, CHAIM, N. (M) Assoc. Prof. Villanova. b.1975. BBS, 1998, Georgia St.; JD, 2001, Columbia. Admitted: NY, 2001; NY, 2001. Assoc., Cleary Gottlieb NYC, 2001-2003; Clerk, U.S.C.A. Salt Lake City, 2003-2004; Fellow, Harvard, 2004-2006; Fellow, New York Univ., 2005-2006; Ass't Prof., Villanova, Since 2006. Subjects: Contracts; Jewish Law (S); Legislation and Statutory Interpretation; Remedies; Tradition in Law and Religion (S).

Hillary A. Sale (University of Iowa College of Law)
Session: Business Associations*
Bio: SALE, HILLARY, A. F. Arnold Daum Prof. of Corporate Fin. & Law Iowa. b.1961. JD, 1993, Harvard; BA, 1983; MA, 1983, Boston Univ. Solicitations Ed., Harv. Envtl. L. Rev. Admitted: MA, 1994. Legis. Dir., Fiscal Analyst MA Municipal Ass'n Boston, 1985-1988; Acting Ch. of Staff, Dir. Oprs. Hon. Evelyn F. Murphy Lt. Gov'r C'wealth of MA Boston, 1988-1990; Clerk, Ch. Judge Richard S. Arnold U.S.C.A. Little Rock, 1993-1994; Assoc., Hale & Dorr LL.P. Boston, 1994-1997; Assoc. Prof., Iowa, 1997-2000; Prof., Since 2001; F. Arnold Daum Prof. of Corporate Fin. & Law, Since 2006. Subjects: Contracts; Corporate Counseling & Managerial Perspectives (S); Corporations; Securities. Books & Awards: Securities Regulation (with Coffee & Seligman), 2005. Member: Law & Soc. Ass'n; ALI.; Am. Law & Econ. Ass'n. Consultantships: Mem., Appt'd by Gov'r, MA Spec. Comm. on Tax Reform, since 1986; Chair, Sect. on Securities Reg., AALS, 2002, Mem., Sect. on Bus. Ass'ns, since 2003; Com. on Corp. Laws, ABA, 2004-10.

Nathan A. Sales (George Mason University School of Law)
Session: Hot Topic Program: The Transformation of US Interrogation Policy
Bio: SALES, NATHAN, A. (M) Ass't Prof. George Mason. AB, 1997, Miami Univ., OH; JD, 2000, Duke. Ed., Duke L. J. Assoc., Wiley Rein & Fielding LLP D.C., 2003-2005; Counsel, Sr. Counsel Spec. Counsel U.S.D.O.J. Off. of Legal Pol'y D.C. 2001-03, 2005; John M. Olin Fel., Georgetown, 2005-2006; Consult., Bancroft Assocs. PLLC D.C., 2005-2007; Dep. Ass't Sec'y for Pol'y Dev., U.S. Dept. of Homeland Security Pol'y Directorate D.C., 2006-2007; Ass't Prof., George Mason, Since 2007. Subjects: Administrative Law; National Security Law (S).

Tuan N. Samahon (Villanova University School of Law)
Session: Hot Topic Program: The Constitutional Politics of Presidential Czar Appointments
Bio: SAMAHON, TUAN, N. (M) Assoc. Prof. of Law Villanova. b.1972. BA, 1996, Brigham Young; JD, 2000, Georgetown. Law & Pol'y in Int'l Bus. Admitted: DC, 2001. Clerk, Hon. Raymond Jackson E.D. VA Norfolk, 2000-2001; Assoc., Covington & Burling DC, 2001-2003; Clerk, Hon. Jay Bybee 9th Cir. DC & Las Vegas, 2003-2004; Assoc. Prof., Nevada Las Vegas, 2004 - 2009; Assoc. Prof., Villanova Univ. Sch. of Law, 2009 - Pres. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Constitutional Law I; Constitutional Law II; Federal Courts. Consultantships: Local Rules Com., Subcom. on Civil Rules, U.S.D.C., Dist. of NV, since 2004.

Chris W. Sanchirico (University of Pennsylvania Law School)
Session: Taxation
Bio: SANCHIRICO, CHRIS, W. Prof. of Law, Bus. & Public Policy, Co-Dir., Cntr. for Tax Law & Policy Pennsylvania. AB, 1984, Princeton; PhD, 1994, Yale; JD, 1994, Yale. Leland Fel., Yale, 1993-1994; Vis. Lect., Cal. Berkeley, 1994; Acting Ass't Prof., Dep't of Econ. Stanford, 1995; Ass't Prof., Dep't of Econ. Columbia, 1995-1999; Vis. Ass't Prof. & Olin Fel., Southern Cal., 1998; Assoc. Prof., Univ. of Va., 1999-2002; Vis. Prof., Pennsylvania, 2002; Prof., 2002-2003; Prof., Since 2003; Vis. Prof., Univ. of Chgo., 2004; Vis. Prof., New York Univ., 2005. Subjects: Advanced Topics in Civil Procedure & Evidence (S); Civil Procedure; Evidence; Federal Income Tax; International Taxation; Law & Economics; Tax Policy (S); Taxation of Business Entities. Books & Awards: The Economics of Evidence, Procedure, and Litigation: Vol. I & II, 2007. Member: Nat'l Tax Ass'n; Game Theory Soc.; Am. Law & Econ. Ass'n. Consultantships: Bd. of Dirs., Am. Law & Econ. Ass'n, 2006-09; Chair- Elect, Evid. Sect., AALS, 2007-08; Chair, Evidence Section, Association of American Law Schools, 2008-09.

Ms. Anita Santos-Singh (Philadelphia Legal Assistance)
Session: Pro-Bono and Public Service Opportunities

Ani B. Satz (Emory University School of Law)
Session: Disability Law
Bio: SATZ, ANI, B. (F) Assoc. Prof. Emory. BA, 1994, Tulsa; JD, 2001, Michigan; PhD, 2001, Monash Univ. (completed at Princeton). Arts. Ed., Mich. J.L. Ref. Lect., Yale, 2002; Jud'l Clerk, U.S.C.A. 3d Cir. , Wilmington, DE, 2002-2003; Professor, Emory, Since 2003. Subjects: Animal Law (S); Bioethics and the Law; Disability and Discrimination (S); Health Law; Law & Vulnerability (S); Law and Medicine; Torts. Member: Am. Soc. of Law, Med. & Ethics; Am. Philosophical Assn.; Law & Soc. Ass'n; Am. Bar Ass'n; ; Animal Legal Defense Fund.

Judith K. Schafer (Tulane University School of Law)
Session: Legal History*
Bio: SCHAFER, JUDITH, K. Tulane.

Brett Gilbert Scharffs (Brigham Young University, J. Reuben Clark Law School)
Session: Law and Religion, Co-Sponsored by Sections on Islamic Law, and Jewish Law*
Bio: SCHARFFS, BRETT, GILBERT (M) Prof. Brigham Young. b.1963. BSBA, 1986, Georgetown; MA, 1987, Georgetown; B Phil, 1989, Oxford Univ.; JD, 1992, Yale. Lead Ed., Yale J. of L. & the Humanities.; Sr. Ed., Yale L.J. Admitted: NY, 1993; UT, 2006. Clerk, Judge David B. Sentelle U.S.C.A. DC Cir., 1992-1993; Legal Ass't, Judge George H. Aldrich Iran-U.S. Claims Tribunal The Hague The Netherlands, 1993-1994; Assoc., Sullivan & Cromwell DC, 1994-1997; Ass't Prof., Brigham Young, 1997-1999; Assoc. Prof., 1999-2003; Prof., Since 2003. Subjects: Church & State in the United States (S); Corporations; Fiduciary Duty (S); International Business Transactions; International Law; International Religious Freedom (S); Jurisprudence (S).

Kim Lane Scheppele (University of Pennsylvania Law School)
Session: Comparative Law, Co-Sponsored by Section on National Security Law
Bio: SCHEPPELE, KIM, L. (F) Fac. Fellow. Pennsylvania. b.1953. MA; AB, 1975, Barnard Coll.-Columbia; PhD, 1985, Univ. of Chgo. Ass't Prof., Bucknell Univ., 1980-1984; Ass't Prof., Michigan, 1984-1990; Assoc. Prof., 1990-1996; Researcher, Const'l Ct. of Hungary Budapest, 1994-1996; Sr. Fel., Int'l Forschunguzentrum Kwlturwissenschaften Vienna Austria, 1996; Prof. of Law, 1996-2006; Prof. of Sociology, Pennsylvania, Since 1996; Fac. Fel., Since 2006. Subjects: Comparative Law; Constitutional Law; Evidence; Law & Social Science; Women & Law. Books & Awards: Crime and Punishment: Changing Attitudes in America, (with Stinchcombe, Adams, Heimer, Smith & Taylor), 1980; Corwin Prize, Am. Pol. Sci. Ass'n, 1985; Legal Secrets: Equality and Efficiency in the Common Law, 1988; Dist. Contrib. to Scholarship Award (spec. recognition), Am. Sociological Ass'n, 1990. Member: Am. Sociological Ass'n (Coun. Mem., Theory Sect., 1993-95, Chair, Sociology of Law Sect., 1994-95); Am. Pol. Sci. Ass'n (Co-chair, Jurisp. Conf. Grp., 1985-94).; Law & Soc. Ass'n (Trustee, 1990-93, Treas., 1999-01, Prog. Com. Chair, 2001). Consultantships: Panelist, Law & Social Scis. Div., NSF, 2000-02.

Deborah A. Schmedemann (William Mitchell College of Law)
Session: Developing Best Realistic Practices in Pro Bono Programs
Bio: SCHMEDEMANN, DEBORAH, A. (F) Prof. Wm. Mitchell. b.1956. BA, 1977, Stanford; JD, 1980, Harvard; MAIR, 1993, Minnesota. Indust. Rels. L.J. Admitted: MN, 1980. Assoc., Oppenheimer Wolff Foster Shepard & Donnelly St. Paul, 1980-1982; Ass't Prof., Wm. Mitchell, 1982-1985; Assoc. Prof., 1985-1987; Prof., Since 1987; Prof.-in-Res., Appalachian Res. & Defense Fund Prestonsburg KY, 1997-1998; Assoc. Dean, Wm. Mitchell, 2000-2005. Subjects: Contracts; Employment Law; Legal Research & Writing (S). Books & Awards: Synthesis: Legal Reading, Reasoning, and Writing (with Kunz), 1999, 2d ed., 2003; The Process of Legal Res. (with Kunz, et al.), 6th ed., 2004. Member: Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Kappa Phi. Consultantships: Ed., MSBA Labor & Emplymt. Law Nwsltr.; Co-chair, Law Web Site Task Force, MSBA Emplymt., since 2000.

Deborah A. Schmedemann (William Mitchell College of Law)
Session: Contracts
Bio: SCHMEDEMANN, DEBORAH, A. (F) Prof. Wm. Mitchell. b.1956. BA, 1977, Stanford; JD, 1980, Harvard; MAIR, 1993, Minnesota. Indust. Rels. L.J. Admitted: MN, 1980. Assoc., Oppenheimer Wolff Foster Shepard & Donnelly St. Paul, 1980-1982; Ass't Prof., Wm. Mitchell, 1982-1985; Assoc. Prof., 1985-1987; Prof., Since 1987; Prof.-in-Res., Appalachian Res. & Defense Fund Prestonsburg KY, 1997-1998; Assoc. Dean, Wm. Mitchell, 2000-2005. Subjects: Contracts; Employment Law; Legal Research & Writing (S). Books & Awards: Synthesis: Legal Reading, Reasoning, and Writing (with Kunz), 3rd ed., 2007; The Process of Legal Res. (with Kunz, et al.), 7th ed., 2008. Member: Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Kappa Phi. Consultantships: Ed., MSBA Labor & Emplymt. Law Nwsltr.

Elizabeth M. Schneider (Brooklyn Law School)
Session: Presidential Program II - Transformative Teaching and Institution-Building
Bio: SCHNEIDER, ELIZABETH, M. (F) Rose L. Hoffer Prof. Brooklyn. b.1948. BA, 1968, Bryn Mawr Coll.; MSc, 1969, The London Sch. of Econ. & Pol. Sci.; JD, 1973, New York Univ. Admitted: NY, 1974. Clerk, Judge Constance B. Motley U.S.D.C. NYC, 1973; Staff Att'y, Cntr. for Const. Rts. NYC, 1973-1980; Adj. Assoc. Prof., Brooklyn, 1974-1980; Staff Att'y, Const. Litig. Clin. Rutgers Newark, 1980-1982; Acting Admin. Dir., 1982-1983; Assoc. Prof., Brooklyn, 1983-1987; Prof., Since 1987; Vis. Prof., Columbia, 2000; Vis. Prof., Harvard winters 1989 1990 winter spring & fall 1991 winter 1993-98 winters 2001, 2002; Vis. Prof., Columbia, 2008. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Women and the Law. Books & Awards: Battered Women and Feminist Lawmaking, 2000; Prof'l/Scholarly Pub'g Award, Ass'n of Am. Pub'rs, Legal Category, 2000; Domestic Violence and the Law:Theory and Prac. 2d.ed(with C.Hanna,J.Greenberg and C. Dalton), 2008. Member: ALI; SALT (Bd. of Gov'rs, 1986-98).; Law and Soc. Ass'n;. Consultantships: Coop'g Att'y, Cntr. for Const'l Rts., since 1980; Exec. Com., AALS, 1993-96; Chair, Jud.-Acad. Network, Nat'l Ass'n of Women Judges, since 2002.

Elizabeth M. Schneider (Brooklyn Law School)
Session: AALS Committee on Curriculum Issues Program
Bio: SCHNEIDER, ELIZABETH, M. (F) Rose L. Hoffer Prof. Brooklyn. b.1948. BA, 1968, Bryn Mawr Coll.; MSc, 1969, The London Sch. of Econ. & Pol. Sci.; JD, 1973, New York Univ. Admitted: NY, 1974. Clerk, Judge Constance B. Motley U.S.D.C. NYC, 1973; Staff Att'y, Cntr. for Const. Rts. NYC, 1973-1980; Adj. Assoc. Prof., Brooklyn, 1974-1980; Staff Att'y, Const. Litig. Clin. Rutgers Newark, 1980-1982; Acting Admin. Dir., 1982-1983; Assoc. Prof., Brooklyn, 1983-1987; Prof., Since 1987; Vis. Prof., Columbia, 2000; Vis. Prof., Harvard winters 1989 1990 winter spring & fall 1991 winter 1993-98 winters 2001, 2002; Vis. Prof., Columbia, 2008. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Women and the Law. Books & Awards: Battered Women and Feminist Lawmaking, 2000; Prof'l/Scholarly Pub'g Award, Ass'n of Am. Pub'rs, Legal Category, 2000; Domestic Violence and the Law:Theory and Prac. 2d.ed(with C.Hanna,J.Greenberg and C. Dalton), 2008. Member: ALI; SALT (Bd. of Gov'rs, 1986-98).; Law and Soc. Ass'n;. Consultantships: Coop'g Att'y, Cntr. for Const'l Rts., since 1980; Exec. Com., AALS, 1993-96; Chair, Jud.-Acad. Network, Nat'l Ass'n of Women Judges, since 2002.

Mark A. Schneider (Southern Illinois University School of Law)
Susan Schneider (University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Robert A. Leflar Law Center)
Session: Open Source
Bio: SCHNEIDER, SUSAN, (F) Prof. & Dir., LLM Prog. in Agri. Law Ark., Fayetteville. b.1954. BA, 1982, Coll. of St. Catherine; JD, 1985, Minnesota; LLM, 1990, Ark., Fayetteville. Admitted: MN, 1985. Assoc., Moratzka Dillon & Kunkel Hastings MN, 1985-1987; Staff Att'y, Farmers Legal Action Grp. Inc. St. Paul, 1987-1989; Assoc., Arent Fox DC, 1992-1993. Subjects: Agricultural Law. Member: Phi Beta Kappa. Consultantships: Pres.-elect, Am. Agric. Law Ass'n, 2002-03, Pres., 2003-04.

Susan Schneider (University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Robert A. Leflar Law Center)
Session: Agricultural Law
Bio: SCHNEIDER, SUSAN, (F) Prof. & Dir., LLM Prog. in Agri. Law Ark., Fayetteville. b.1954. BA, 1982, Coll. of St. Catherine; JD, 1985, Minnesota; LLM, 1990, Ark., Fayetteville. Admitted: MN, 1985. Assoc., Moratzka Dillon & Kunkel Hastings MN, 1985-1987; Staff Att'y, Farmers Legal Action Grp. Inc. St. Paul, 1987-1989; Assoc., Arent Fox DC, 1992-1993. Subjects: Agricultural Law. Member: Phi Beta Kappa. Consultantships: Pres.-elect, Am. Agric. Law Ass'n, 2002-03, Pres., 2003-04.

Thomas J. Schoenherr (Fordham University School of Law)
Session: Transforming Campus Culture: Enriching the Law School Experience for Students and Faculty Through Pro Bono Programs
Bio: SCHOENHERR, THOMAS, J. (M) Ass't Dean. Fordham. b.1955. BA, 1983, Binghamton. Masters Cand., Psychology, New York Univ., 1984-88. Consultantships: City Bar Public Serv. Network Com., Ass'n of the Bar of NYC, since 1994; Consult., Comm. on Pro Bono & Public Serv. Oppors., AALS, 1998-99; Co-Chair, Nat'l Adv'y Com., Equal Just. Works, 2004-07.

Miguel Schor (Suffolk University Law School)
Session: AALS Executive Committee and Institute of Constitutional Studies Joint Program
Bio: SCHOR, MIGUEL, (M) Assoc. Prof. Suffolk. b.1959. BA, 1985; JD, 1988, Tulane; MA, 2005, Tulane. Note Ed., Tul. L. Rev. Admitted: LA, 1992. Ph.D. Cand., Latin Am. Studies, Tulane, 1997. Clerk, Hon. F.A. Little Jr. W.D. LA Alex., 1988-1989; Clerk, Hon. John M. Dune 5th Cir. Lafayette LA, 1989-1990; Bigelow Tchg. Fel., Univ. of Chgo., 1990-1991; Assoc., Barkley & Thompson New Orls., 1992-1996; Adj. Prof., Tulane, 1999-2001; Adj. Prof., Pol. Sci., 2000-2001; Instr. & Forrester Fel., 2001-2002; Ass't Prof., Suffolk, 2002-2005; Assoc. Prof., Since 2005. Subjects: Comparative Law (S); Constitutional Law; Law & Social Science; Legal Method (S); Legal Research & Writing. Member: Latin Am. Studies Ass'n; Order of the Coif; Law & Soc.

Anthony B. Schutz (University of Nebraska College of Law)
Session: Agricultural Law
Bio: SCHUTZ, ANTHONY, B. (M) Ass't Prof. Nebraska. b.1976. BS, 1998, Univ. of Nebraska, Kearney; JD, 2003, Nebraska. Ed.-in-Ch., Neb. L. Rev. Admitted: NE, 2003. Jud. Clerk, Hon. J. C. Arlen Beam U.S.C.A. 8th Cir. Lincoln NE, 2003-2005; Vis. Lect., Cornell, 2005-2006; Ass't Prof., Nebraska, Since 2005. Subjects: Agricultural Law; Environmental Law; Land Use Law; Lawyering Skills; State & Local Government Law; Water Law. Books & Awards: Outstanding Grad., 2003; Highest Distinction, 2003.

Daniel Schwarcz (University of Minnesota Law School)
Session: Financial Institutions and Consumer Financial Services*
Bio: SCHWARCZ, DANIEL, Assoc. Prof. Minnesota. JD, 2003, Harvard. Articles Editor, Harvard Law Rev. Admitted: MA, 2003. Assoc., Ropes & Gray., Pres; Clerk, Hon. Sandra Lynch, 1st U.S.C.A., Pres. Subjects: Contracts; Insurance Law; Legal Writing & Research; Secured Transactions.

Andrew Abraham Schwartz (University of Colorado School of Law)
Session: AALS Scholarly Paper Presentation*
Bio: SCHWARTZ, ANDREW, (M) Assoc. Prof. Colorado. b.1976. BSc, 1998, Brown Univ.; JD, 2001, Columbia. Colum. L. Rev. Admitted: NY, 2002. Subjects: Contracts; Corporations; Mergers, Acquisitions and Reorganizations.

Michael H. Schwartz (Washburn University School of Law)
Session: Presidential Program II - Transformative Teaching and Institution-Building
Bio: SCHWARTZ, MICHAEL, H. Prof. & Assoc. Dean, Fac. & Acad. Dev. Washburn. AB, 1984, Cal., Berkley; JD, 1987, Cal., Hastings. Hastings Int. & Comp. L. Rev. Admitted: CA, 1987. Att'y, Hufstedler Miller Kaus & Beardsley L.A., 1987-1989. Subjects: Contracts; Insurance Law; Remedies. Books & Awards: Order of the Coif, 1987; Expert Learning for Law Students, 2005; Pass the Bar! (with Reibe), 2006; Thurston Soc., 2007. Member: Best Prac. in Legal Educ. (Steering Com).; Humanizing Legal Educ. (Sec'y since 2005).

Emily Scivoletto (University of California at Davis School of Law)
Session: Academic Support*
Bio: RANDON, EMILY, Dir., Acad. Success Cal., Davis.

Paul M. Secunda (Marquette University Law School)
Session: Labor Relations and Employment Law
Bio: SECUNDA, PAUL, M. Assoc. Prof. Marquette.

Fusako Seki (Yokohama National University)
Session: Aging and the Law, Co-Sponsored by Section on Disability Law*

Michael L. Selmi (The George Washington University Law School)
Session: Hot Topic Program: Reading Ricci: The Impact of the New Haven Firefighters Case
Bio: SELMI, MICHAEL, L. Prof. Geo. Was. b.1961. AB, 1983, Stanford; JD, 1987, Harvard. Arts. Ed., Harv. L. Rev. Admitted: CA, 1987. Clerk, Hon. James Browning U.S.C.A. 9th Cir. San Fran., 1987-1988; Att'y, Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe Sacramento, 1988-1989; Trial Att'y, Civil Rts. Div. U.S. Dep't of Just. DC, 1989-1991; Staff Att'y, Lawyers' Com. for Civil Rts. Under Law DC, 1991-1993; Assoc. Prof., Univ. of No. Car., 1993-1996; Vis. Assoc. Prof., Geo. Wash., 1995-1996; Assoc. Prof., 1996-1999; Prof., Since 1999. Subjects: Civil Rights; Constitutional Law; Contracts; Employment Law. Books & Awards: Civil Rts. Litig. (with Brooks & Carrasco), 2000.

Gregory C. Shaffer (University of Minnesota Law School)
Session: National Security Law, Co-Sponsored by Sections on International Human Rights and International Law
Bio: SHAFFER, GREGORY, C. (M) Melvin C. Steen Prof. Minnesota. b.1958. BA, 1980, Dartmouth Coll.; JD, 1988, Stanford. Assoc. Ed., Stan. L. Rev. Admitted: CA, 1990; FRANCE, 1992. Assoc., Coudert Freres Paris France, 1988-1990; Assoc., Bredin Prat Paris France, 1990-1995; Ass't Prof., Wisconsin, 1996-2002; Prof., 2002-2006; Prof., Loyola Chgo., 2006 - 2008; Melvin C. Steen Prof., Univ. of Minnesota, 2008 - Pres. Subjects: Administrative Law; International Law; International Trade. Books & Awards: Transatlantic Governance in the Global Economy (ed. Vol. with M. Pollack), 2001; Defending Interests: Public-Private Partnerships in WTO Litig., 2003; When Cooperation Fails: The Int'l Law and Politics of Genetically Modified Foods, 2009. Member: Law & Soc. Ass'n; ASIL; European Union Studies Assn.

Gregory C. Shaffer (University of Minnesota Law School)
Session: International Law and Law and the Social Sciences Joint Program*
Bio: SHAFFER, GREGORY, C. (M) Melvin C. Steen Prof. Minnesota. b.1958. BA, 1980, Dartmouth Coll.; JD, 1988, Stanford. Assoc. Ed., Stan. L. Rev. Admitted: CA, 1990; FRANCE, 1992. Assoc., Coudert Freres Paris France, 1988-1990; Assoc., Bredin Prat Paris France, 1990-1995; Ass't Prof., Wisconsin, 1996-2002; Prof., 2002-2006; Prof., Loyola Chgo., 2006 - 2008; Melvin C. Steen Prof., Univ. of Minnesota, 2008 - Pres. Subjects: Administrative Law; International Law; International Trade. Books & Awards: Transatlantic Governance in the Global Economy (ed. Vol. with M. Pollack), 2001; Defending Interests: Public-Private Partnerships in WTO Litig., 2003; When Cooperation Fails: The Int'l Law and Politics of Genetically Modified Foods, 2009. Member: Law & Soc. Ass'n; ASIL; European Union Studies Assn.

Ms. Payal Shah (Center for Reproductive Rights)
Session: Open Program on Law and South Asian Studies*

Dr. Shylashri Shankar (Centre for Policy Research)
Session: Open Program on Law and South Asian Studies*

Scott Shapiro (Yale Law School)
Session: Jurisprudence
Bio: SHAPIRO, SCOTT, Prof. Yale. BA, 1987, Columbia; JD, 1990, Yale; PhD, 1996, Columbia. Sr., Ed., Yale L.J. Admitted: NY, 1992. Subjects: Constitutional Law I; Criminal Law; Family Law; Jurisprudence. Books & Awards: Oxford Hdbk. of Jurisp. & the Phil. of Law (with J. Coleman), 2002. Consultantships: Matrimonial Law Panel, Ass'n of the Bar of NYC, 1998-01; Ed'l Adv'y Com., Legal Theory, since 1999.

Sidney A. Shapiro (Wake Forest University School of Law)
Session: Administrative Law
Bio: SHAPIRO, SIDNEY, A. (M) Univ. Dist. Chair & Assoc. Dean, Res. & Dev. Wake Forest. b.1947. BS, 1970, Pennsylvania; JD, 1973, Pennsylvania. U. Pa. L. Rev. Admitted: PA, 1973; KS, 1983. Staff Att'y, FTC, 1973-1975; Ass't Ch. Counsel, Sec'ys Panel on New Drug Reg. HEW, 1975-1976; Assoc. Prof., Kansas, 1976-1980; Prof., 1980-2004; Vis. Prof., Univ. of Texas, 1982-1983; Vis. Prof., Univ. of No. Car., 1990-1991; Assoc. Dean, Res. Kansas, 2000-2004; Prof., Wake Forest, Since 2004. Subjects: Administrative Law. Books & Awards: Risk Regulation At Risk (with Glickman), 2003; Regulatory Law & Process (with Tomain), 3d ed., 2003; Admin. Law & Process (with Pierce & Verkuil), 4th ed., 2004; Admin. Proc. & Practice: Problems & Cases (with Funk & Weaver), 3d ed., 2006. Member: Cntr. for Progressive Reform (Scholar). Consultantships: Consult., Admin. Conf. of the U.S.

Judith A. Sharp (University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Law)
Session: Nonprofit and Philanthropy Law*
Bio: SHARP, JUDITH, A. (F) Clin. Prof. & Staff Dir. of UMKC Entrepreneurial Legal Servs. Clinic. Mo.-Kan. City. BA, 1973, Stephens Coll.; MA, 1974, Bowling Green St. Univ.; JD, 1977; LLM, 2000, Mo.-Kan. City. Admitted: MO, 1977; KS, 1997. Law Clerk, Fed. Public Defender for Western MO Dist. of Kansas City, 1976; Staff Att'y, Legal Aid of Western MO Kansas City, 1977-1978; Part., Sharp & Scully, 1978-1985; Sup'g Att'y, U.A.W. Ford Legal Servs. Plan, 1985-1998; Clin. Prof. & Staff Dir. of UMKC Entrepreneurial Legal Servs. Clinic, Mo.--Kan. City, Since 1999. Subjects: Clinical Teaching. Consultantships: Chair, A.C.L.U. Legal Adv'y Com., since 2001.

Joan M. Shaughnessy (Washington and Lee University School of Law)
Session: Children and the Law*
Bio: SHAUGHNESSY, JOAN, M. (F) Prof. Wash. & Lee. b.1953. BA, 1975, SUNY, Binghamton; JD, 1978, Univ. of Chgo. Assoc. Ed., U. Chi. L. Rev. Admitted: NY, 1980. Assoc., Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton , NYC, 1978-1983; Ass't Prof., Wash. & Lee, 1983-1989; Assoc. Prof., Washington & Lee, 1989-1994; Vis. Prof., American, 1994-1995; Prof., Washington & Lee, Since 1994; Assoc. Dean, Wash. & Lee, 1996-1999; Vis. Prof., Brooklyn, 2006-2007. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Evidence; Family Law (S); Federal Courts; Jurisprudence (S). Member: Order of the Coif. Consultantships: Adv'y Com., W.D. VA, 1991-95.

Joan M. Shaughnessy (Washington and Lee University School of Law)
Session: Education II
Bio: SHAUGHNESSY, JOAN, M. (F) Prof. Wash. & Lee. b.1953. BA, 1975, SUNY, Binghamton; JD, 1978, Univ. of Chgo. Assoc. Ed., U. Chi. L. Rev. Admitted: NY, 1980. Assoc., Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton , NYC, 1978-1983; Ass't Prof., Wash. & Lee, 1983-1989; Assoc. Prof., Washington & Lee, 1989-1994; Vis. Prof., American, 1994-1995; Prof., Washington & Lee, Since 1994; Assoc. Dean, Wash. & Lee, 1996-1999; Vis. Prof., Brooklyn, 2006-2007. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Evidence; Family Law (S); Federal Courts; Jurisprudence (S). Member: Order of the Coif. Consultantships: Adv'y Com., W.D. VA, 1991-95.

Anna W. Shavers (University of Nebraska College of Law)
Session: Education II
Bio: SHAVERS, ANNA, W. (F) Interim Dean & Cline Williams Prof. of Citizenship Law Nebraska. BS, 1967, Central St. Univ.; MSBus, 1973, Wisconsin; JD, 1979, Minnesota. Mng. Ed., Minn. L. Rev. Admitted: MN, 1979; NE, 1989. Assoc., Faegre & Benson Mpls., 1979-1983; Dir., Student Legal Serv. Minnesota, 1983-1986; Sr. Clinic Att'y, 1986-1987; Assoc. Clin. Prof., 1987-1989; Ass't Prof., Nebraska, 1989-1995; Assoc. Prof., 1995-2004; Prof., Since 2004. Subjects: Administrative Law; Civil Procedure; Education Law; Gender Issues in The Law; Immigration Law; International Gender Issues; Refugee & Asylum Law. Member: Beta Gamma Sigma. Consultantships: Consult., Univ. Student Legal Servs., 1986-87; Bd. Mem., Student Ombudsmen Serv., 1986-87; Consult., Rural Sch. & Community Trust, 2001-03.

Anna W. Shavers (University of Nebraska College of Law)
Session: Children and the Law*
Bio: SHAVERS, ANNA, W. (F) Prof. Nebraska. BS, 1967, Central St. Univ.; MSBus, 1973, Wisconsin; JD, 1979, Minnesota. Mng. Ed., Minn. L. Rev. Admitted: MN, 1979; NE, 1989. Assoc., Faegre & Benson Mpls., 1979-1983; Dir., Student Legal Serv. Minnesota, 1983-1986; Sr. Clinic Att'y, 1986-1987; Assoc. Clin. Prof., 1987-1989; Ass't Prof., Nebraska, 1989-1995; Assoc. Prof., 1995-2004; Prof., Since 2004. Subjects: Administrative Law; Civil Procedure; Education Law; Gender Issues in The Law; Immigration Law; International Gender Issues; Refugee & Asylum Law. Member: Beta Gamma Sigma. Consultantships: Consult., Univ. Student Legal Servs., 1986-87; Bd. Mem., Student Ombudsmen Serv., 1986-87; Consult., Rural Sch. & Community Trust, 2001-03.

Lori E. Shaw (University of Dayton School of Law)
Session: AALS Executive Committee Forum with the ABA Section on Legal Education and Admission to the Bar
Bio: SHAW, LORI, E. (F) Ass't Dean, Students & Prof. of Lawyering Skills. Dayton. b.1961. BS, 1983; JD, 1987, Dayton. Case Note Ed., Dayton L. Rev. Admitted: OH, 1987. M.A. Cand., . Jud. Clerk, Hon. Walter H. Rice Dayton, 1987-1988; Prof'l Skills Instr., Dayton, 1988-1995; Lect., 1995-2003; Ass't Dean, Since 2003; Prof. of Lawyering Skills, Since 2003. Subjects: Criminal Law; Legal Method; Legal Research & Writing. Books & Awards: Fed. Grand Jury: A Guide to Law and Prac. (with Brenner), 2006. Member: Legal Writing Inst.

Howard A. Shelanski (Georgetown University Law Center)
Session: Antitrust and Economic Regulation
Bio: SHELANSKI, HOWARD, A. (M) Visit. Prof. Georgetown. b.1964. BA, 1986, Haverford Coll.; JD, 1992, Cal., Berkeley; PhD, 1993, Cal., Berkeley. Sr. Art. Ed., Calif. L. Rev. Admitted: PA, 1994; DC, 1996. Clerk, Judge Williams U.S.C.A. DC, 1992-1993; Clerk, Judge Louis Pollak U.S.D.C. E.D. PA Phila., 1993-1994; Clerk, Just. Scalia U.S. Sup. Ct. DC, 1994-1995; Assoc., Kellogg & Huber DC, 1995-1997; Acting Prof., Cal. Berkeley, 1997-2004; Sr. Econ., Pres.'s Coun. of Econ. Adv'rs DC, 1998-1999; Ch. Econ., FCC DC, 1999-2000; Dir., Cntr. for Law & Tech. Cal. Berkeley, Since 2002; Prof., Since 2003. Subjects: Antitrust; Contracts; Regulated Industries; Telecommunications Law. Books & Awards: Telecommunications Law and Policy (with Benjamin & Lichtman), 2001; Merger Remedies in Am. and E.U. Competition Law (with Leveque), 2003; Rutter Award for Dist. Tchg., 2004. Member: COIF; Am. Econ. Assn.

Mr. Kevin L. Shepherd (Venable LL.P.)
Session: Professional Responsibility

Suzanna Sherry (Vanderbilt University Law School)
Session: AALS Executive Committee Program
Bio: SHERRY, SUZANNA, (F) Herman O. Loewenstein Prof. Vanderbilt. b.1954. AB, 1976, Middlebury Coll.; JD, 1979, Univ. of Chgo. U. Chi. L. Rev. Admitted: DC, 1980. Clerk, Hon. John C. Godbold U.S.C.A. 5th Cir. Montgomery, 1979-1980; Assoc., Miller Cassidy Larroca & Lewin DC, 1980-1982; Assoc. Prof., Minnesota, 1982-1988; Prof., 1988-2000; Prof., Vanderbilt, Since 2000. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Constitutional History (S); Constitutional Law; Federal Courts. Books & Awards: Beyond All Reason: The Radical Assault on Truth in Am. Law (with Farber), 1997; Desperately Seeking Certainty: The Misguided Quest for Const'l Foundations (with Farber), 2002; A Hist. of the Am. Const. (with Farber), 2d ed., 2005; Fed. Courts: Cases, Comments, and Questions (with Redish), 6th ed., 2006; Civil Proc. Essentials (with Tidmarsh), 2007; Judgment Calls: Principle and Politics in Const'l Law, 2008; Civil Procedure, 2d ed. (with Rowe & Tidmarsh), 2008; What Every Law Student Really Needs to Know: An Introduction to the Study of Law (with George), 2009. Member: ASLH.; Order of the Coif; ALI.

Mark Sidel (University of Iowa College of Law)
Session: Nonprofit and Philanthropy Law*
Bio: SIDEL, MARK, Prof. Iowa. AB, 1979, Princeton Univ.; MA, 1982, Yale Univ.; JD, 1985, Columbia. Admitted: NY, 1987. Prog. Officer for Law and Governance, The Ford Fdn., Beijing, China, 1988-1990; Ass't Prof., Lewis & Clark, 1990-1992; Prog. Officer for Vietnam, The Ford Fdn., Hanoi, Vietnam and Bangkok, Thailand, 1992-1995; Consultant, The Ford Foundation, United Nations, World Bank, Asian Dev. Bank, et al, United States and Asia, 1995-1999; Prog. Officer for Philanthropy and the Nonprofit Sector, The Ford Fdn., New Delhi, India, 1999-2000; Assoc. Prof., Iowa, 2000-2005; W.G. Hart Lecturer in Law, Sch. of Oriental & African Studies Univ. of London, 2003; Vis. Professor in the Chaire Asie, Inst. d'Etudes Politiques de Paris, 2004; Sr. Fellow and Visiting Prof., Melbourne Univ. Law Sch., 2005; Prof. of Law, Faculty Scholar, and Lauridsen Family Fel., Univ. of Iowa Coll. of Law, 2005 - Pres; Vis. Prof., Harvard Law Sch., 2005-2006; Sr. Fellow and Visiting Prof., Melbourne Univ. Law Sch., 2008. Subjects: Contracts; Human Rights; International Transactions; Law in Asia in Transition. Books & Awards: Old Hanoi (Oxford Univ. Press), 1998; Philanthropy and Law in So. Asia (with Zaman), 2004; Vietnam's New Order (Palgrave Macmillan, with Balme), 2006; Cinema, Law, and the St. in Asia (Palgrave Macmillan, with Creekmur), 2007; More Secure, Less Free? Antiterrorism Policy and Civil Liberties After September 11, 2004 (University of Michigan Press), 2007; Law and Soc. in Vietnam (Cambridge Univ. Press), 2008; Regulation of the Voluntary Sector (Routledge), 2009; The Const. of Vietnam: A Contextual Analysis (Hart Publishing), 2009. 2008, ICNL-Cordaid Civil Liberties Prize; 2006, Faculty Scholar, University of Iowa; 2006, Lauridsen Family Fellow, University of Iowa.Member: Ass'n for Res. on Nonprofit and Voluntary Organizations (ARNOVA); Int'l Soc. for 3rd Sector Res. (President, 2009-2011). Consultantships: Consult., United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), since 1996; Acad. Dir., Project on Philanthropy and the Law in South Asia, Asia Pacific Philanthropy Consortium, since 2000; Mem., Advisory Committee on Nonprofit Self-Regulation, Panel on the Nonprofit Sector, Independent Sector, 2006-08; Consult., Ministry of Justice, Vietnam, since 2006.

Reva B. Siegel (Yale Law School)
Session: AALS Executive Committee and Institute of Constitutional Studies Joint Program
Bio: SIEGEL, REVA, B. Nicholas deB. Katzenbach Prof. of Law & Dep. Dean, Intel. Life. Yale. BA, 1978, Yale Univ.; MPhil, 1982, Yale Univ.; JD, 1986, Yale. Yale L.J. Clerk, Hon. Spottswood W. Robinson III U.S.C.A. DC, Washington, D.C., 1986-1987; Acting Prof., Cal. Berkeley, 1988-1994; Vis. Prof., Yale, 1994-1994; Prof., Yale Univ., Since 1994; Vis. Prof., Harvard, 1998-1999; Vis. Prof., Columbia, 2001-2002; Vis. Prof., Harvard, 2006. Subjects: Antidiscrimination Law; Constitutional Law; Contracts; Equality, Citizenship, and Sovereignty (S); Legal History (S); Legislative and Popular Constitutionalism (S). Books & Awards: Dirs. in Sexual Harrassment Law (with MacKinnon), 2004; Processes of Const'l Decisionmaking (with Brest, Levinson, Balkin & Amar), 5th ed., 2006; The Const. in 2020 (with Balkin), 2009. 2008, Member, American Academy of Arts and Sciences.Consultantships: Ed'l Bd., Law & Hist. Rev., 2001-07; Chair, Fac. Adv'y Bd., Am. Const. Soc., Yale Chap., since 2004; Bd. Mem., Am. Soc. of Legal Hist., 2005-07; Member, Prof'l Dev. Com., AALS, since 2008; Member, Reid Prize Com., ASLH, since 2009.

Jessica Silbey (Suffolk University Law School)
Session: Law and the Humanities
Bio: SILBEY, JESSICA, (F) Ass't Prof. Suffolk. b.1970. JD, 1998, Michigan; PhD, 1999, Michigan. Assoc. Ed., Michigan J. Race & Law. Admitted: MA, 1999. Jud. Clerk, Hon. R Keeton Moakley Ct. House Boston, 1999-2000; Clerk, Hon. L. Campbell Moakley Ct. House Boston, 2000-2001; Assoc. Litig., Foley Hoag LLP Boston, 2001-2004; Ass't Prof., Suffolk, Since 2004. Subjects: Constitutional Law; Trademarks. Member: Ass'n of Law, Culture & Humanities; Am. Bkrptcy. Inst.

Marjorie A. Silver (Touro College, Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center)
Session: Balance in Legal Education
Bio: SILVER, MARJORIE, A. (F) Prof. Touro. b.1948. BA, 1970, Brandeis Univ.; JD, 1973, Pennsylvania. Admitted: PA, 1973; NY, 1981. Clerk, Ch. Just. Jos. S. Lord III U.S.D.C. E.D. PA Phila., 1973-1974; Trial Att'y, FDA O.G.C. Rockville MD, 1975-1977; Ass't Reg. Att'y, H.E.W. Region II NYC 1974-75, 1977-1979; Spec. Ass't U.S. Att'y, U.S. Att'y S.D.N.Y. NYC, 1978-1979; Ch. Reg. Civil Rts. Att'y, Dep't of Educ. Region II NYC, 1979-1983; Assoc. Prof., New York L.S., 1983-1991; Assoc. Prof., Touro, 1991-1995; Prof., Since 1995. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Legal Profession. Books & Awards: Dissent Without Opinion: The Behav'r of Just. William O. Douglas in Fed. Tax Cases (with Wolfman & J. Silver), 1975; The Affective Assitance of Counsel: Practicing Law as a Healing Profession, 2007. Member: Phi Beta Kappa.; Order of the Coif. Consultantships: Impartial Hearing Off'r, Educ. Dep't, since 1995; Chair, Sex & Law Com., Ass'n of the Bar of NYC, 1996-99; Trustee, NYS Lawyers Assistance Trust, 2007-09.

Tracy L. Simmons (Chapman University Dale E. Fowler School of Law)
Session: Prelegal Education and Admission to Law School
Bio: SIMMONS, TRACY, L. (F) Ass't Dean, Adms. & Fin'l Aid. Chapman. b.1969. BA, 1991; MA, 1992, San Diego St. Univ.; JD, 1999, Golden Gate. Consultantships: Ethnic Diversity Com., CASFAA, since 2002; Adv'y Bd., Law Access Grp., since 2003; Servs. & Prog. Com., LSAC, since 2005.

John C. Sims (University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law)
Session: National Security Law, Co-Sponsored by Sections on International Human Rights and International Law
Bio: SIMS, JOHN, C. (M) Prof. McGeorge. b.1949. AB, 1971, Georgetown; JD, 1974, Harvard. Sup. Ct. Note & Note Ed., Harv. L. Rev. Admitted: MA, 1974; DC, 1975; CA, 1986. Clerk, Hon. Frank M. Coffin U.S.C.A. Portland ME, 1974-1975; Att'y, Public Citizen Litig. Grp. DC, 1975-1986; Assoc. Prof., McGeorge, 1986-1989; Prof., Since 1989. Subjects: Constitutional Law; International Protection of Human Rights; National Security Law; Professional Responsibility. Consultantships: Co-Ed.-in-Ch., Jour. of Nat'l Security, Law & Policy, since 2004; Mem., DC Bar's Spec. Com. on Model Rules of Prof'l Conduct, 1983-87.

D. Gordon Smith (Brigham Young University, J. Reuben Clark Law School)
Session: Concurrent Session: The Relationship of Faith and Law: The Example of Corporate Law
Bio: SMITH, D. GORDON, (M) Assoc. Dean, Glen L. Farr Prof. Brigham Young. b.1962. BS, 1986, Brigham Young; JD, 1990, Univ. of Chgo. Comment Ed., U. Chi. L. Rev. Admitted: DE, 1991. Clerk, Judge W. Eugene Davis U.S.C.A. 5th Cir. Lafayette LA, 1990-1991; Associate, Skadden Arps Slate Meagher & Flom Wilmington DE, 1991-1994; Ass't Prof., Lewis & Clark Coll., 1994-1997; Assoc. Prof., Lewis & Clark Coll., 1997-2002; Vis. Associate Prof., Washington Univ. of St. Louis, 1998; Vis. Assoc. Prof., Arizona St. Univ., 1999; Vis. Prof., Vanderbilt Univ., 2001-2002; Professor, Univ. of Wisconsin, 2002 - 2007; Professor, Brigham Young Univ., 2007 - Pres. Subjects: Business Associations; Contracts; Corporate Finance; Law & Entrepreneurship; Securities Regulation. Books & Awards: Bus. Organizations: Cases, Problems, and Case Studies (2d ed.), 2008. 2008, First-Year Teaching Award.Member: Am. Law Inst.

D. Gordon Smith (Brigham Young University, J. Reuben Clark Law School)
Session: AALS Committee on Curriculum Issues Program
Bio: SMITH, D. GORDON, (M) Glen L. Farr Prof. Brigham Young. b.1962. BS, 1986, Brigham Young; JD, 1990, Univ. of Chgo. Comment Ed., U. Chi. L. Rev. Admitted: DE, 1991. Clerk, Judge W. Eugene Davis U.S.C.A. 5th Cir. Lafayette LA, 1990-1991; Assoc., Skadden Arps Slate Meagher & Flom Wilmington DE, 1991-1994; Ass't Prof., Lewis & Clark, 1994-1997; Assoc. Prof., 1997-2002; Vis. Assoc. Prof., Wash. St. Louis, 1998; Vis. Assoc. Prof., Ariz. St., 1999; Vis. Prof., Vanderbilt, 2001-2002; Prof., Wisconsin, Since 2002. Subjects: Contracts; Corporate Finance; Corporations; Securities Regulation. Books & Awards: Bus. Organizations: Cases, Problems, and Case Studies, 2004. 2008, First-Year Teaching Award.Member: Law & Soc. Assn.; Am. Law Inst.; Am. Law & Econ. Ass'n.

Phyllis C. Smith (Florida A&M University College of Law)
Session: Trusts and Estates
Bio: SMITH, PHYLLIS, C. (F) Assoc. Prof. Florida A&M. BCJ, 1992, Fla. A&M; JD, 1994, Fla. St.; LLM, 2006, Univ. of Florida. Admitted: FL, 1995. Att'y, USA JACG TX VA & Germany, 1995-2003. Subjects: Estate and Gift Tax; Estate Planning; Federal Income Taxation; Property; Wills, Trusts & Estates. Consultantships: Cont'g Legal Educ. Com., FL Bar, since 2006; Consult., Zimmerman, Kiser & Sutcliffe, P.A., since 2006; Fac. Liaison, Florida Tax Bar, since 2006.

Terry Smith (DePaul University College of Law)
Session: Minority Groups

Judd F. Sneirson (University of Oregon School of Law)
Session: Corporate Governance, Fiduciary Duties, and Social Responsibility

Lawrence B. Solum (University of Illinois College of Law)
Session: Constitutional Law
Bio: SOLUM, LAWRENCE, B. (M) John E. Cribbet Prof., Assoc. Dean for Fac. & Res. Illinois. b.1954. BA, 1981, U.C.L.A.; JD, 1984, Harvard. Chair, Dev. Off., Harv. L. Rev. Vis. Scholar, U.C.L.A. Phil., 1992. Clerk, Judge William Norris U.S.C.A. 9th Cir. L.A., 1984-1985; Assoc. Prof., Loyola L.A., 1985-1988; Prof., 1988-2003; Vis. Prof., Southern Cal., 1992; Assoc. Dean, Acad. Affrs. Loyola L.A., 1993-1996; Vis. Prof., Boston Univ., 1997-1998; Vis. Prof., San Diego, 2002-2003; Prof., 2002-2005; John A. Cribbet Prof., Illinois, Since 2005; Assoc. Dean for Faculty and Res., Univ. of Illinois, 2008 - Pres. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Conflict of Laws; Constitutional Law; Intellectual Property; Internet Law & Technology; Jurisprudence. Books & Awards: Destruction of Evid., 1989; Moore's Fed. Prac. (with Bandes), Vol. 18, 3d ed., 1997; Virtue Juirsprudence (with Farrelly), 2008. Member: Aristotelian Soc.; Am. Soc. for Pol. & Legal Phil; Am. Phil. Ass'n. Consultantships: Chair, Sect. on Jurisp., AALS, 1994-95, 2006-07, Chair, Sect. on Law & Interpretation, 1998-99, Chair, Sect. on Scholarship, 1999-00, Chair, Sect. on Const'l Law, 2005-07.

Ms. Saket Soni (New Orleans Workers' Center for Racial Justice)
Session: Poverty Law

Margaret E. Sova McCabe (University of New Hampshire School of Law )
Session: Poster Presentations Sponsored by Section on Teaching Methods
Bio: SOVA MC CABE, MARGARET, E. (F) Prof. Franklin Pierce. b.1970. BA, 1992; JD, 1995. Arts. Ed., Ocean and Costal L. Jour. Admitted: NH, 1995; ME, 1995. St\5 Counsel, St. of NH Dep. of Safety, 1995-2000; Assoc., Fitzgerald & Sessler, 2000-2002. Subjects: Agricultural Law; Legal Writing.

Margaret E. Sova McCabe (University of New Hampshire School of Law )
Session: Open Source
Bio: SOVA MC CABE, MARGARET, E. (F) Prof. Franklin Pierce. b.1970. BA, 1992; JD, 1995. Arts. Ed., Ocean and Costal L. Jour. Admitted: NH, 1995; ME, 1995. St\5 Counsel, St. of NH Dep. of Safety, 1995-2000; Assoc., Fitzgerald & Sessler, 2000-2002. Subjects: Agricultural Law; Legal Writing.

Jeff Sovern (St. John's University School of Law)
Session: Financial Institutions and Consumer Financial Services Breakfast*
Bio: SOVERN, JEFF, (M) Prof. St. John's. b.1956. AB, 1977; JD, 1980, Columbia. Admin. Ed., Colum. J.L. & Soc. Probs. Admitted: NY, 1982. Clerk, Ch. Judge Frank A. Kaufman U.S.D.C. MD Balt., 1980-1981; Assoc., Paul Weiss Rifkind Wharton & Garrison NYC, 1981-1983; Ass't Prof., St. John's, 1983-1985; Assoc. Prof., 1985-1988; Prof., Since 1988. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Commercial Law; Consumer Law; Introduction to Law; Theater Law (S). Books & Awards: Selected Consumer Statutes (with Spanogle, Rohner & Pridgen), 2007; Consumer Law (with Spanogle, Rohner & Pridgen), 3d ed., 2007. 2002, Russell Dixon Award.Member: Am. Coun. on Consumer Interests. Consultantships: Rptr., Discovery Oversight Com., U.S.D.C., E.D.N.Y., 1985-87.

Dean Spade (Seattle University School of Law)
Session: Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Issues
Bio: SPADE, DEAN, Ass't Prof. Seattle.

Sophie M. Sparrow (University of New Hampshire School of Law )
Session: Academic Support*
Bio: SPARROW, SOPHIE, M. (F) Prof. Franklin Pierce. AB, 1982, Harvard Univ.; JD, 1986, Harvard. Harv. Women's L.J. Admitted: NH, 1986. Staff Att'y, NH Legal Assist. Claremont, 1986-1989; Assoc., Buckley & Zopf Claremont NH, 1989-1991; Ass't Dean, Career Servs. Franklin Pierce, 1993-1996; Dir., Legal Writing, Since 1998; Prof., Since 2000; Vis. Prof., Phoenix Int'l Sch. of Law Scottsdale AZ, 2005-2006. Subjects: Legal Writing, Research & Analysis; Remedies; Torts I & II. Books & Awards: The Lawyer as Supervisor, Mgr. and Motivator (with Sheffer), 2000; Inaugural Award for Excellence & Innovation in Tchg. Prof'lism, 2004; Tchg. Law By Design: ENGAGING STUDENTS FROM SYLLABUS TO FINAL EXAM (with Michael Hunter Schwartz and Gerald F. Hess). , 2009. Member: Legal Writing Inst.; ; Team-Based Learning Collaborative. Consultantships: Adv'y Com., Inst. for Law Sch. Tchg., since 2002.

Sophie M. Sparrow (University of New Hampshire School of Law )
Session: Poster Presentations Sponsored by Section on Teaching Methods
Bio: SPARROW, SOPHIE, M. (F) Prof. Franklin Pierce. AB, 1982, Harvard Univ.; JD, 1986, Harvard. Harv. Women's L.J. Admitted: NH, 1986. Staff Att'y, NH Legal Assist. Claremont, 1986-1989; Assoc., Buckley & Zopf Claremont NH, 1989-1991; Ass't Dean, Career Servs. Franklin Pierce, 1993-1996; Dir., Legal Writing, 1998 - 2008; Prof., Since 2000; Vis. Prof., Phoenix Int'l Sch. of Law Scottsdale AZ, 2005-2006. Subjects: Legal Writing, Research & Analysis; Remedies; Torts I & II. Books & Awards: The Lawyer as Supervisor, Mgr. and Motivator (with Sheffer), 2000; Tchg. Law By Design: Engaging Students from Syllabus to Final Exam (with Michael Hunter Schwartz and Gerald F. Hess), 2009. 2004, Innaugural Award for Innovation and Excellence in Teaching Professionalism.Member: Legal Writing Inst.; Team-Based Learning Collaborative. Consultantships: Adv'y Com., Inst. for Law Sch. Tchg., since 2002.

Sandra Sperino (Temple University, James E. Beasley School of Law)
Session: Employment Discrimination Law*
Bio: SPERINO, SANDRA, Ass't Prof. Temple. Editor-in-Chief, Univ. of Illinois Law Rev. Admitted: MO, 1999; IL, 2000.

Emily A. Spieler (Northeastern University School of Law)
Session: Clinical Legal Education*
Bio: SPIELER, EMILY, A. (F) Dean & Hadley Prof. Northeastern. b.1948. BA, 1969, Harvard-Radcliffe Coll.; JD, 1973, Yale. Admitted: MA, 1974; WV, 1978. Part., Allen Flaherty Rosenberg Saltzman & Spieler Cambridge MA, 1974-1976; Solo-Prac., Self Cambridge MA, 1976-1977; Dir., Occupational Health Proj. Cabin Creek Health Ass'n Dawes WV, 1978-1981; Solo Prac., East Bank & Hurricane WV, 1978-1985; Dep. Att'y Gen., Civil Rts. WV Off. of Att'y Gen. Charleston, 1985-1987; Assoc. Prof., Inst. for Labor Studies W. Va. Univ., 1987-1989; Comm'r, Workers' Compensation Fund Charleston WV, 1989-1990; Vis. Assoc. Prof., W. Va. Univ., 1990-1991; Assoc. Prof., 1991-1994; Prof., 1994-2002; Dean & Hadley Prof., Northeastern, Since 2002. Subjects: Current Issues in Employment (S); Employment Law; Health Care Law; Labor Law; Negotiations; Occupational Safety & Health; Social Policy. Member: Int'l Soc. for Labor Law & Social Security.; Nat'l Acad. of Social Ins. (Steering Com., Workers' Compensation, since 1997). Consultantships: Nat'l Adv'y Bd., Workers' Disability Income Sys., Inc., since 1999; Chrm., Workers Advocacy Adv'y Com., U.S. Dep't of Energy, 2000-02; Com. on the Health & Safety Needs of Older Workers, Nat'l Acad. of Sci., 2001-04.

Susan J. Stabile (University of St. Thomas School of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: The Relationship of Faith and Law: The Example of Corporate Law
Bio: STABILE, SUSAN, J. (F) Robert & Marion Shoft Dist. Ch. St. Thomas-Mpl. b.1957. BA, 1979, Georgetown; JD, 1982, New York Univ. Ed.-in-Ch., N.Y.U. L. Rev. Admitted: NY, 1983. Assoc., Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton NYC 1982-87, 1989-1993; Ass't Prof., St. John's, 1993-1996; Assoc. Prof., 1996-1999; Prof., 1998-2007; Prof., St. Thomas Mpls., Since 2007. Subjects: Catholic Social Thought & the Law (S); Corporations (Business Organizations); Employee Benefit Plans; Employment Law; Legal Method. Books & Awards: ERISA Litig. (with Zanglein), 1993; Fac. Outstanding Achievement Medal, St. John's Univ., 2004; Pensions and Employee Benefits Law (with Langbein & Wolk), 4th ed., 2006. Member: Law & Soc. Ass'n; Indus'l Rels. Res. Ass'n (Sec'y, 2001-02, Chair, 2002-03); Coif.

Susan J. Stabile (University of St. Thomas School of Law)
Session: Employee Benefits
Bio: STABILE, SUSAN, J. (F) Robert & Marion Shoft Dist. Ch. St. Thomas-Mpl. b.1957. BA, 1979, Georgetown; JD, 1982, New York Univ. Ed.-in-Ch., N.Y.U. L. Rev. Admitted: NY, 1983. Assoc., Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton NYC 1982-87, 1989-1993; Ass't Prof., St. John's, 1993-1996; Assoc. Prof., 1996-1999; Prof., 1998-2007; Prof., St. Thomas Mpls., Since 2007. Subjects: Catholic Social Thought & the Law (S); Corporations (Business Organizations); Employee Benefit Plans; Employment Law; Legal Method. Books & Awards: ERISA Litig. (with Zanglein), 1993; Fac. Outstanding Achievement Medal, St. John's Univ., 2004; Pensions and Employee Benefits Law (with Langbein & Wolk), 4th ed., 2006. Member: Law & Soc. Ass'n; Indus'l Rels. Res. Ass'n (Sec'y, 2001-02, Chair, 2002-03); Coif.

Jeffrey A. Standen (Willamette University College of Law)
Session: Law and Sports*
Bio: STANDEN, JEFFREY, A. Prof. Willamette. b.1960. AB, 1982, Georgetown; JD, 1986, Univ. of Va. Arts. Ed., Va. Tax Rev.; Ed., Va. L. Rev. Admitted: VA, 1986. Jud. Clerk, Hon. Robert F. Chapman U.S.C.A. 4th Cir. Columbia SC, 1986-1987; Assoc., Hunton & Williams Richmond VA, 1986-1990; Dep. Gen. Counsel, U.S. Sentencing Comm. DC, 1989-1990; Ass't Prof., Willamette, 1990-1994; Assoc. Prof., 1994-1997; Prof., Since 1997; Vis. Prof., San Diego, 1999. Subjects: Criminal Justice; Criminal Procedure; Evidence; Jurisprudence; Law & Economics; Legal Profession; Remedies; Sports Law; Torts. Member: Am. Law & Econ. Ass'n; Sports Lawyers Assn.

Nancy C. Staudt (Northwestern University School of Law)
Session: Taxation
Bio: STAUDT, NANCY CHRISTINE, (F) Class of 1940 Prof. Northwestern. BA, 1985, Ohio St.; JD, 1989, Minnesota. Arts. Ed., Minn. L. Rev. Admitted: CA, 1991. Clerk, Judge J.T. Noonan U.S.C.A. 9th Cir. San Fran., 1989-1990; Assoc., Morrison & Foerster San Fran., 1990-1992; Bigelow Tchg. Fellow & Lect., Univ. of Chgo., 1992-1993; Assoc. Prof., Buffalo, 1993-1999; Vis. Assoc. Prof., Vanderbilt, 1995-1996; Vis. Scholar, Stanford, 1997-1998; Prof., Buffalo, 1999-2000; Vis. Prof., Wash. St. Louis, 2000; Prof., 2000-2006; Class of 1940 Prof., Northwestern, Since 2006. Subjects: Social Security Law (S); Tax Policy; Taxation, Corporate; Taxation, Federal; Taxation, State & Local. Member: Law & Soc. Assn.; AALS. Consultantships: Dir., San Fran. Urban Serv. Proj., since 1992.

Adam N. Steinman (University of Cincinnati College of Law)
Session: Litigation, Co-Sponsored by Section on Civil Procedure
Bio: STEINMAN, ADAM, N. Prof. Cincinnati. b.1973. BA, 1994, Yale Univ.; JD, 1997, Yale; LLM, 2001, Georgetown. Yale J. Int'l L. Admitted: NY, 1999; WA, 2002. Clerk, Hon. Jerry Buchmeyer U.S.D.C. N.D. TX Dallas, 1997-1998; Clerk, Hon. Emilio M. Garza U.S.C.A. 5th Cir. San Antonio, 1998-1999; Tchg. Fellow & Supv'g Att'y, Appellate Litig. Prog. Georgetown, 1999-2001; Assoc., Perkins Coie LLP Seattle, 2001-2004; Ass't Prof., Cincinnati, Since 2004. Subjects: Appellate Practice; Civil Procedure; International Business Transactions; International Trade.

Adam N. Steinman (University of Cincinnati College of Law)
Session: Civil Procedure, Co-Sponsored by Section on Litigation
Bio: STEINMAN, ADAM, N. Prof. Cincinnati. b.1973. BA, 1994, Yale Univ.; JD, 1997, Yale; LLM, 2001, Georgetown. Yale J. Int'l L. Admitted: NY, 1999; WA, 2002. Clerk, Hon. Jerry Buchmeyer U.S.D.C. N.D. TX Dallas, 1997-1998; Clerk, Hon. Emilio M. Garza U.S.C.A. 5th Cir. San Antonio, 1998-1999; Tchg. Fellow & Supervising Att'y, Appellate Litig. Prog. Georgetown, 1999-2001; Associate, Perkins Coie LLP Seattle, 2001-2004; Ass't Prof., Univ. of Cincinnati, 2004 - 2007; Assoc. Prof., Univ. of Cincinnati, 2007 - 2009; Professor, Univ. of Cincinnati, 2009 - Pres. Subjects: Appellate Practice; Civil Procedure I; Civil Procedure II; International Business Transactions; International Trade.

Paul B. Stephan, III (University of Virginia School of Law)
Session: Conflict of Laws
Bio: STEPHAN, PAUL, B., III (M) John C. Jeffries, Jr., Dist. Prof. & Elizabeth D. & Richard Merrill Res. Prof. Univ. of V. b.1950. BA, 1973, Yale Univ.; MA, 1974, Yale; JD, 1977, Univ. of Va. Exec. Ed., Va. L. Rev. Admitted: DC, 1979; VA, 1982. Clerk, Hon. Levin H. Campbell U.S.C.A. 1st Cir. Boston, 1977-1978; Clerk, Hon. Lewis F. Powell Jr. U.S. Sup. Ct. DC, 1978-1979; Ass't Prof., Univ. of Va., 1979-1983; Assoc. Prof., 1983-1985; Prof., 1985-1991; Percy Brown, Jr. Prof., 1991-2003; Hunton & Williams Prof., 1992-1995; Barron F. Black Res. Prof., 1996-1999; Vis. Prof., Univ. of Vienna Austria, 1998; Vis. Prof., Lausanne Univ. Switzerland, 2001; Lewis F. Powell, Jr. Prof. Univ. of Va., Since 2003; Hunton & Williams Res. Prof., Since 2004; Vis. Prof., Univ. of Paris II, 2004; Vis. Prof., Sciences Po, 2004; Counselor on Int'l Law, Off of the Legal Adv'r U.S. Dep. of St. Wash. DC, Washington D.C., 2006-2007; Vis. Prof., Interdisciplinary Cntr. Herzliya, 2008 - 2009. Subjects: Contracts; Emerging Markets (S); International Business Transactions; International Financial Crimes (S); International Law; International Trade; Legal System; Property; Taxation, Estate & Gift; Taxation, Federal Income. Books & Awards: Int'l Law and Int'l Security - A U.S.-Soviet Study of the Mil. and Pol. Dimensions, 1991; Law Reform in Post-Communist Europe-The View From Within (with S. Frankowski), 1994; Law and Economics of the European Union (with F. Parisi & B. DePoorter), 2003; Int'l Bus. and Economics-Law and Policy (with J.A. Roin & D. Wallace, Jr.), 1993, 3d ed., 2004; The Limits of Leviathan- Contract Theory and the Enforcement of Int'l Law (with Robert Scott), 2006. Member: ALI; ASIL.; COIF.

Milena Sterio (Cleveland State University, Cleveland-Marshall College of Law)
Session: National Security Law, Co-Sponsored by Sections on International Human Rights and International Law
Bio: STERIO, MILENA, (F) Ass't Prof. Cleve.-Marshall. b.1977. JD, 2002, Cornell; MA, 2003, Univ. of Paris I-Sorbonne.; BA, 1998, Rutgers. Cornell Int'l L.J. Admitted: NY, 2003; NY, 2003. Cleary, Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP NY, Paris, Pres; Adj. Prof., Cornell Law Sch., 2005 - 2006; Ass't Prof., Cleve.-Marshall, Since 2006. Subjects: Alternative Dispute Resolution; Commercial Law; International Law; International War Crimes (S). Books & Awards: 2008, Merit Recognition Award.Member: COIF.

Jane K. Stoever (Seattle University School of Law)
Session: Poster Presentations Sponsored by Section on Clinical Legal Education
Bio: STOEVER, JANE, K. Ass't Prof. Seattle. BA, 2000, Kansas; JD, 2003, Harvard; LLM, 2008, Georgetown. Primary Ed., Women's L. J. Admitted: NY, 2004; DC, 2004. Law Clerk, Judge Michale Wolff MO Sup. Ct., Jefferson City, MO, 2003-2004; Grad. Teaching Fel., Georgetown Univ. Law Cntr. Domestic Violence Clin., 2004-2006; Practitioner-in-Residence, Director Domestic Violence Clinic, Am. Univ. Washington Coll. of Law, 2006 - 2009; Ass't Prof., Seattle Univ. Sch. of Law, 2009 - Pres. Subjects: Clinical Teaching; Domestic Violence Law.

Ms. Debby Stone (Corner Office Coaching)
Session: Plenary IV

Donald H. Stone (University of Baltimore School of Law)
Session: Law and Mental Disability
Bio: STONE, DONALD, H. (M) Prof. Baltimore. b.1952. BA, 1974, Rutgers; JD, 1977, Temple. Admitted: VA, 1977; MD, 1990. Staff Att'y, VA Dev. Disabilities Protec. & Advocacy Off. Richmond, 1978-1980; Staff Att'y, Central VA Legal Aid Soc. Richmond, 1980-1984; Instr./Staff Att'y, Richmond, 1984-1989; Assoc. Prof., Baltimore, 1989-1993; Dir., Clin. Educ., 1989-1993; Prof., Since 1993; Dir., Aberdeen Sum'r Prog., 1999-2002; Assoc. Dean, Acad. Affrs., Since 2002. Subjects: Clinical Legal Education (S); Criminal Law; Criminal Practice Clinic; Trial Advocacy (S). Consultantships: Competition Prog. Writer, Fac. Adv'r, ABA, Negotiation Competition, since 1985; Youth Servs. Adv'y Bd., Fam. & Children's Serv. of Richmond, since 1987; Adv'y Bd., MD Disabilities Law Cntr., 1990-07; Negotiations Competition Com., ABA, since 2008; Pro Bono Adv'y Bd., Homeless Persons Representation Project, since 2008; Sect. Committee,Legal Educ. & Admission to the Bar, Maryland State Bar, since 2008.

Peter L. Strauss (Columbia University School of Law)
Session: Hot Topic Program: The Constitutional Politics of Presidential Czar Appointments
Bio: STRAUSS, PETER, L. Betts Prof. Columbia. b.1940. AB, 1961, Harvard; LLB, 1964, Yale. Ed. in Chief, Yale Law Jour.; Ed.-in-Ch., Yale L.J. Admitted: DC, 1965. Clerk, Hon. David L. Bazelon U.S.C.A. DC, 1964-1965; Clerk, Hon. William J. Brennan Jr. U.S. Sup. Ct., 1965-1966; Lect., Haile Selassie I Univ. Addis Ababa Ethiopia, 1966-1968; Ass't to Sol. Gen., U.S. Dep't of Just., 1968-1971; Assoc. Prof., Columbia, 1971-1974; Prof., Columbia, Since 1974; Gen. Counsel, U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Comm., 1975-1977; Byrne Vis. Prof., Harvard, 1994. Subjects: Administrative Law; Constitutional Law; Foundations Regulatory State; Legal Education (S); Legal Methods; Legislation. Books & Awards: Dist. Scholarship, ABA Sect. Admin. L. & Reg. P., 1987; An Introduction to Admin. Just. in the United States, 2d ed., 2002; Admin. Law: Cases and Comments (with Rakoff & Farina), 10th ed., 2003; Legal Methods: Understanding & Using Cases and Statutes, 2005; Admin. Law Stories (ed.), 2006. 2008, Richard Cudahy Prize, American Constitution Society.Member: ALI.; COIF. Consultantships: Sect. on Admin. Law & Reg. Prac., ABA, Mem., since 1980, Chair, 1992-93; Ed., Admin. Law Abstracts (SSRN), since 1997; Dir., CALI, 2002-08.

Maurice E. Stucke (University of Tennessee College of Law)
Session: Antitrust and Economic Regulation
Bio: STUCKE, MAURICE, E. (M) Assoc. Prof. Tennessee. b.1965. BA, 1987; JD, 1994, Georgetown. Georgetown J. of Int'l Law. Admitted: NY, 1995. Trial Att'y, U.S. Dept. of Just. Antitrust Div. D.C., 1994-1996; Assoc., Sullivan & Cromwell NYC, 1996-1999; Trial Att'y, U.S. Dept. of Just. Antitrust Div. D.C., 1999-2007; Spec. Ass't U.S. Att'y, U.S. Att'y Off. E.D. Va. Alex., 2000-2001; Assoc. Prof., Tennessee, Since 2007. Subjects: Antitrust; Evidence. Books & Awards: Magna Cum Laude, 1994. Member: Order of the Coif. Consultantships: Adv'y Com. Mem., Curb Cntr. for Art, Enterprise & Public Policy at Vanderbilt Univ., since 2005.

Susan P. Sturm (Columbia University School of Law)
Session: Presidential Program II - Transformative Teaching and Institution-Building
Bio: STURM, SUSAN, P. (F) George M. Jaffin Prof. of Law & Social Respon. & Dir., Cntr. for Inst'l & Social Change Columbia. b.1954. AB, 1976, Brown Univ.; JD, 1979, Yale. Ed., Yale L.J. Admitted: NY, 1980; MA, 1982. Clerk, Hon. Charles E. Stewart Jr. U.S.D.C. S.D. NY, 1979-1981; Karpatkin Fel., ACLU NYC, 1981-1982; Assoc., Silverglate Gertner Baker & Fine Boston MA, 1982-1984; Assoc., Teitelbaum & Hiller P.C. NYC, 1984-1986; Ass't Prof., Pennsylvania, 1986-1991; Assoc. Prof., 1991-1995; Prof., 1995-2000; Vis. Prof., Columbia, 1999-2000; Prof., Since 2000. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Critical Perspectives on Race & Gender; Diversity & Innovation (S); Employment Discrimination (S). Books & Awards: Who's Qualified, 2001; Pres'l Award for Outstanding Tchg., 2007. Member: Phi Beta Kappa. Consultantships: Adv'y Com., Jour. of Legal Educ., since 2005; Bd. Mem., Cntr. for Worklife, since 2007.

Charles A. Sullivan (Seton Hall University School of Law)
Session: Employment Discrimination Law*
Bio: SULLIVAN, CHARLES, A. (M) Dir., Law Library & Prof. Seton Hall. b.1943. BA, 1965, Siena Coll.; LLB, 1968, Harvard; LLM, 1974, New York Univ. Admitted: NY, 1969; NJ, 1984. Assoc., Olwine Connelly Chase O'Donnell & Weyher NYC, 1968-1970; Tchg. Fel., New York Univ., 1970-1971; Ass't Prof., So. Carolina, 1971-1975; Assoc. Prof., Ark. Fayetteville, 1975-1978; Prof., Seton Hall, Since 1978; Assoc. Dean, 1994-2000. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Contracts; Employment Discrimination; Employment Law; Employment Law; Health Law; Legal Research & Writing. Books & Awards: Emplymt. Law: Priv. Ordering and Its Limitation, 2006; Cases & Materials on Emplymt. Discrim. (with Zimmer & White), 7th ed., 2008; Emplymt. Discrimination: Law & Prac. (with Walter), 4d ed., 2008. Member: ALI. Consultantships: Consult., Admin. Conf. of U.S., 1975-76.

Scott Sullivan (Louisiana State University, Paul M. Hebert Law Center)
Session: National Security Law, Co-Sponsored by Sections on International Human Rights and International Law
Bio: SULLIVAN, SCOTT, (M) Ass't Prof. of Law LSU. JD, 2001, Univ. of Chgo.; LLM, 2002, European Univ. Inst. Admitted: IL, 2001; NY, 2004. Vis. Assistant Prof., Univ. of Texas Sch. of Law, 2006 - 2009; Ass't Prof., Louisiana St. Univ. Law Cntr., 2009 - Pres. Subjects: International Law in US Courts (S); Professional Responsibility; Public International Law; Rule of Law in Wartime; U.S. Foreign Affairs Law.

Winnifred Sullivan (SUNY Buffalo Law School)
Session: Law and Religion
Bio: SULLIVAN, WINNIFRED, Assoc. Prof. Buffalo. BA, 1971, Cornell Univ.; JD, 1976, Univ. of Chgo.; PhD, 1993, Univ. of Chgo. Admitted: IL, 1976. associate, Keck, Mahin & Cate, Chicago, 1976 - 1982; Att'y Adv'r, Fed. Trade Comm., Washington, DC, 1979 - 1981; Ass't Prof., Washington & Lee Univ., Lexington, VA, 1994 - 2000; Dean of Students, Univ. of Chgo. Divinity Sch., Chicago, IL, 2000 - 2005; Assoc. Prof., Univ. at Buffalo, 2007 - Pres. Subjects: Comparative Study of Law and Religion; European Union Law; Evidence; Religion and the Constitution. Books & Awards: Paying the Words Extra: Religious Discourse in the Sup. Ct. of the U.S., 1994; The Impossibility of Religious Freedom, 2005; Prison Religion: Faith-based Reform and the Const., 2009. Member: Law & Soc. Ass'n.; Am. Acad. of Religion; North Am. Ass'n for the Study of Religion; Law and Soc. Ass'n; Am. Acad. of Religion. Consultantships: Mem. of Exec. Com., North American Association for the Study of Religion, since 2004.

Mr. Charles Swift (Swift & McDonald, P.S.)
Session: Presidential Program I - Transformative Scholarship*

Symeon Symeonides (Willamette University College of Law)
Session: Conflict of Laws
Bio: SYMEONIDES, SYMEON, * (M) Dean & Alex Parks Dist. Prof. Willamette. b.1949. LLB, 1972, Univ. of Thessaloniki Law Sch. (Greece); LLB, 1973, Univ. of Thessaloniki (Greece); LLM, 1974, Harvard; SJD, 1980, Harvard. Electronic J. of Comp. L., ; Exec. Bd. of Eds., Am. J. of Comp. L.; Bd, of Eds., Y. B. of Priv. Int'l L.; Corresp. Ed., Revue Critique de Droit Int'l Prive. Admitted: CYPRUS, 1975; GREECE, 1976. Ass't Prof., Univ. of Thessaloniki Law Sch. Greece, 1976-1978; Vis. Ass't Prof., L.S.U., 1978-1979; Ass't Prof., 1979-1981; Assoc. Prof., 1981-1985; Vis. Assoc. Prof., Loyola New Orl., 1982; Vis. Prof., Tulane, 1985; Prof., L.S.U., 1985-1999; V-Chancellor, 1991-1997; Vis. Prof., Univ. Catholique de Louvain Louvain-La-Neuve Belgium, 1997; Dean & Prof., Willamette, Since 1999; Vis. Prof., Univ. of Paris-V, 2002-2004; Vis. Prof., Univ. of Paris-I spring 2005 spring 2006, spring 2007, spring and fall 2008, 2007. Subjects: Agency & Partnership; Civil Law Property; Civil Procedure; Conflict of Laws (S); Conflict of Laws; Dispute Resolution (S); International Civil Litigation; Introduction to Civil Law; Maritime Personal Injury Law. Books & Awards: Priv. Int'l Law at the End of the 20th Century: Progress or Regress?, 1999; Friedrich K. Juenger Prize in Priv. Int'l Law, 2002; Conflict of Laws: American, Comparative, Int'l (with Perdue & von Mehren), 2d ed., 2003; Conflict of Laws (with Scoles, Hay & Borchers), 4th ed., 2004; The Am. Choice-of-Law Revolution: Past, Present and Future , 2006; Am. Priv. Int'l Law, 2008. Member: ALI; European Grp. of Priv. Int'l Law (GEDIP); AALS (Chair, Sect. on Conflict of Laws, 1999).; Int'l Acad. of Comp. Law (Titular Mem., Gen'l Rptr., Priv. Int'l Law, 15th Cong., 1988); Am. Soc. Comp. L. (Sec. 1994-02), V.P. 2002-06, Pres. 2006-10. Consultantships: Rptr., Codification of PR Conflicts Law, PR Acad. of Legis. & Jurisp., since 1987; Rptr., Rev. of LA Conflicts of Law, LA St. Law Inst., since 1984, Rptr., Rev. of LA Law of Leases, since 1990; Chair & Reporter, Codification of Conflicts Law for Torts, Oregon Law Commission, since 2005.

Kent D. Syverud (Washington University in St. Louis School of Law)
Session: for the Law School Dean - Workshop for Deans-only
Bio: SYVERUD, KENT, D. (M) Dean, Ethan A.H. Shepley Univ. Prof., and V-Chancellor for D.C. Programs Wash., St. Louis. b.1956. BSFS, 1977, Georgetown; JD, 1981, Michigan; MA, 1983, Michigan. Ed.-in-Ch., Mich. L. Rev. Admitted: DC, 1982; MI, 1993; TN, 1997. Clerk, Judge Louis F. Oberdorfer U.S.D.C. DC, 1983-1984; Clerk, Just. Sandra D. O'Connor U.S. Sup. Ct. DC, 1984-1985; Assoc., Wilmer Cutler & Pickering DC, 1985-1987; Ass't Prof., Michigan, 1987-1992; Prof., 1992-1997; Assoc. Dean, Acad. Affrs., 1995-1996; Vis. Prof., Pennsylvania, 1997; Dean & Garner Anthony Prof., Vanderbilt, 1997-2005; Ed., JLE, 1998-2003; External Dir., Dep't of Pol. Sci. Vanderbilt, 2001-2002; Goldberg Dist. Vis. Prof., Cornell, 2005; Dean & Ethan A.H. Shepley Univ. Prof., Wash. St. Louis, Since 2006. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Insurance; Negotiation; Professional Responsibility. Member: Council, ABA Sect. of Legal Educ. and Adms. to the Bar (since 2009); ALI; LSAC (Bd. of Trustees, since 1999, Chair, 2005-07). Consultantships: Exec. Com., Inst. for Cont'g Legal Educ., 1995-97; Adv'y Bd., Freedom Forum First Amendment Cntr., 1998-05; Exec. Sec'y, MI Law Rev. Comm., 1993-95.

Stephanie Tai (University of Wisconsin Law School)
Session: Open Source
Bio: TAI, STEPHANIE, (F) Ass't Prof. Wisconsin. b.1973. BS, 1992, MIT; PhD, 1997, Tufts; JD, 2000, Georgetown. Ed.-in-Ch., Geo. Int'l Envt'l L. Rev. Admitted: TN, 2000. Ed.-in-Ch., Int'l Rev. of Envt'l Strategies Inst. for Global Envt'l Strategies Shonan Village Japan, 2000; Clerk, Hon. Ronald Lee Gilman U.S.C.A. 6th Cir. Memphis, 2000-2001; Appellate Att'y, U.S. Dep't of Just. DC, 2001-2005; Vis. Prof., Wash. & Lee, 2005-2006; Ass't Prof., Wisconsin, Since 2006. Subjects: Administrative Law; Environmental Law; Law & Science (S); Legislation; Natural Resources; Torts.

Dean Cheng Han Tan (Faculty of Law, National University of Singapore )
Andrew Taslitz (Howard University School of Law)
Session: Criminal Justice
Bio: TASLITZ, ANDREW ERIC, Prof. Howard. b.1956. BA, 1978, CUNY at Queens; JD, 1981, Pennsylvania. Admitted: PA, 1981; DC, 1994. Assoc., Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis Phila., 1981-1983; Ass't D.A., Phila. D.A.'s Off. PA, 1983-1987; Assoc., Sprecher Felix Visco Hutchison & Young Phila., 1987-1988; Legal Writing Instr., Villanova, 1988-1989; Ass't Prof., Howard, 1989-1992; Assoc. Prof., 1992-1994; Prof., Since 1994; Vis. Prof., Duke, 2000-2001. Subjects: Criminal Justice; Criminal Procedure; Evidence; Pretrial Techniques; Professional Responsibility; Wrongful Convictions (S). Books & Awards: Rape and the Culture of the Courtroom, 1999; Const'l Crim. Proc. (with Paris), 2d ed., 2003; Evid. Law and Prac. (with Fridland & Bergman), 2d ed., 2004. Member: Am. Acad. of Forensic Scis; Am. Judicature Soc. (Plng. Com., 2d Conf. on Wrongful Convictions, 2004). Consultantships: Chair, Crim. Justic. Sect., AALS, 2002-03, Chair, Sect. on Evidence, 2003-04, Co-Rptr, Death Penalty Initiative, The Const. Proj., 2003-04.

Melissa L. Tatum (The University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law)
Session: Law and Anthropology
Bio: TATUM, MELISSA, L. Res. Prof. & Assoc. Dir. IPLP Prog. Univ. of Ari. b.1968. BA, 1989, Trinity Univ.; JD, 1992, Michigan. Mich. L. Rev. Admitted: MI, 1992. Clerk, Hon. James Ryan U.S.C.A. 6th Cir. MI, 1993-1994; Clerk, Hon. Cornelia Kennedy U.S.C.A. 6th Cir. MI, 1994-1995; Vis. Ass't Prof., Tulsa, 1995-1997; Ass't Prof., 1997-2001; Judge, Southwest Intertribal Ct. of App. Albuq., 1999-2006; Assoc. Prof., Tulsa, 2001-2004; Prof. & Co-Dir., Native Am. Law Cntr., Since 2004; Assoc. Director, Indigenous Peoples Law and Policy Prog., Univ. of Arizona, 2009 - Pres; Res. Prof., Univ. of Arizona, 2009 - Pres. Subjects: Conflict of Laws: State & Tribal; Criminal Procedure; Law & Culture; Native American Law. Books & Awards: The Little Black Book: A Do-It-Yourself Guide for Law Student Competitions (with Bucholtz & Frey), 2002; Mvskoke Law Rptr. (with Grunsted)., 2006. Member: Order of the Coif; Phi Beta Kappa. Consultantships: Co-Chair, Subcom. on Tribal Juris., MI Wkg. Grp. on FF&C, 2000-02; Consult., Navajo Nation Supreme Court Rules Harmonization Project, 2007-08; Consult., New Mexico Attorney General's Office Task Force on Best Practices for Protection Orders, 2008-09.

Nelson Tebbe (Brooklyn Law School)
Session: Law and Religion
Bio: TEBBE, NELSON, Assoc. Prof. Brooklyn. MA, 1992, Univ. of Chgo.; JD, 1999, Yale; PhD, 2006, Yale. Symp. Ed., Yale L.J. Admitted: NY, 2000. Ph.D. Cand., Univ. of Chicago, 2003. Clerk, Hon. John M. Walker 2nd Cir. New Haven CT, 1999-2000; Att'y, Drug Policy Proj. ACLU Nat'l Off. New Haven CT, 2000-2001; Assoc., Davis Polk & Wardwell NYC, 2001-2002. Subjects: Constitutional Law; Law and Religion (S); Professional Responsibility. Books & Awards: Martin Marty Cntr. Fellowship, Univ. of Chicago, 2004-, 5; Fulbright Scholar, 1993-, 94. 1991, Phi Beta Kappa; 1993, Fulbright Scholar; 2006, Ph.D. with distinction.Member: AALS Law & Religion Sect. (Co-Chair, Prog. Committee).

Monica Teixeira de Sousa (New England Law - Boston)
Session: New Law Professors
Bio: TEIXEIRA DE SOUSA, MONICA, (F) Ass't Prof. New England. b.1976. BA, 1998, Brown; JD, 2002, Georgetown. Arts. Ed., Spec. Events Ed., Georgetown Immig. L. J. Admitted: MA, 2002; RI, 2002; USDC for the Dist. of RI, 2005. Staff Att'y (Skadden Fellow), RI Legal Serv., 2002-2004; Staff Atty, 2004-2007. Subjects: Education Law; Family Law; Property. Consultantships: co-chair, Education Justice Council of RI, since 2004.

Sondra R. Tennessee (University of Houston Law Center)
Session: Plenary III
Bio: TENNESSEE, SONDRA, R. (F) Assoc. Dean, Student Affrs. Houston. b.1967. BA, 1989, Vanderbilt; JD, 1992, Wash., St. Louis. Admitted: MO, 1992. Ass't Dir., Adms. Wash. St. Louis, 1992-1995; Ass't Dean, Student Servs. Univ. of Oklahoma, 1995-1996; Ass't Dean, Adms. Houston, 1996-2005; Assoc. Dean, Student Affrs., Since 2005.

Laurel S. Terry (Pennsylvania State University The Dickinson School of Law)
Session: AALS Workshop and Continental Breakfast for 2009 and 2010 Section Officers
Bio: TERRY, LAUREL, S. (F) Harvey A. Feldman Dist. Fac. Scholar and Prof. of Law Penn State - Dickinson. b.1955. BA, 1977, Univ. of Cal., San Diego; JD, 1980, U.C.L.A. U.C.L.A. L. Rev. Admitted: OR, 1981; CA, 1981; WA, 1983. Fulbright Res. Fellow, Univ. of Vienna, spring 1992; Fulbright Res. Fellow, Univ. of Bremen, 1998-99. Clerk, Hon. Alfred T. Goodwin U.S.C.A. 9, Portland, OR, 1980-1981; Litig. Assoc., Stoel Rives , Portland, OR, 1982-1985; Ass't Prof., Dickinson Sch. of Law, 1985-1989; Assoc. Prof., Dickinson Sch. of Law, 1989-1991; Prof., Dickinson Sch. of Law, Since 1991. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Contracts; Cross Border Legal Practice (S); Cross Border Legal Practice; Professional Responsibility; Property; Securities Regulation; Trial Advocacy. Books & Awards: Pennsylvania Ethics Hdbk. (Ed., with Coney & Wilkinson), 1998. Member: Am. Law Inst.; Order of the Coif; Phi Beta Kappa. Consultantships: Mem. (also V-Chair), Com. on Legal Ethics & Prof'l Respon., PA Bar Ass'n, 1992-98; WTO Wkg. Grp., Int'l Bar Ass'n, since 2001; Transnat'l Legal Prac. Com., ABA Section Int'l Law,, since 2003; Standing C''ee Prof. Discipline, ABA, 2006-09.

Laurel S. Terry (Pennsylvania State University The Dickinson School of Law)
Session: Professional Responsibility
Bio: TERRY, LAUREL, S. (F) Prof. Penn State-Dickinson. b.1955. BA, 1977, Univ. of Cal., San Diego; JD, 1980, U.C.L.A. U.C.L.A. L. Rev. Admitted: OR, 1981; CA, 1981; WA, 1983. Fulbright Res. Fellow, Univ. of Vienna, spring 1992; Fulbright Res. Fellow, Univ. of Bremen, 1998-99. Clerk, Hon. Alfred T. Goodwin U.S.C.A. 9, Portland, OR, 1980-1981; Litig. Assoc., Stoel Rives , Portland, OR, 1982-1985; Ass't Prof., Dickinson Sch. of Law, 1985-1989; Assoc. Prof., Dickinson Sch. of Law, 1989-1991; Prof., Dickinson Sch. of Law, Since 1991. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Contracts; Cross Border Legal Practice; Cross Border Legal Practice (S); Professional Responsibility; Property; Securities Regulation; Trial Advocacy. Books & Awards: Pennsylvania Ethics Hdbk. (Ed., with Coney & Wilkinson), 1998. Member: Am. Law Inst.; Order of the Coif.; Phi Beta Kappa. Consultantships: Mem. (also V-Chair), Com. on Legal Ethics & Prof'l Respon., PA Bar Ass'n, 1992-98; WTO Wkg. Grp., Int'l Bar Ass'n, since 2001; Transnat'l Legal Prac. Com., ABA Section Int'l Law,, since 2003; Standing C''ee Prof. Discipline, ABA, 2006-09.

Laurel S. Terry (Pennsylvania State University The Dickinson School of Law)
Session: Hot Topic Program: The United States Supreme Court’s Increased Attention to the Law of Lawyering During the 2009-2010 Term: Mere Coincidence or Something More?
Bio: TERRY, LAUREL, S. (F) Harvey A. Feldman Dist. Fac. Scholar and Prof. of Law Penn State - Dickinson. b.1955. BA, 1977, Univ. of Cal., San Diego; JD, 1980, U.C.L.A. U.C.L.A. L. Rev. Admitted: OR, 1981; CA, 1981; WA, 1983. Fulbright Res. Fellow, Univ. of Vienna, spring 1992; Fulbright Res. Fellow, Univ. of Bremen, 1998-99. Clerk, Hon. Alfred T. Goodwin U.S.C.A. 9, Portland, OR, 1980-1981; Litig. Assoc., Stoel Rives , Portland, OR, 1982-1985; Ass't Prof., Dickinson Sch. of Law, 1985-1989; Assoc. Prof., Dickinson Sch. of Law, 1989-1991; Prof., Dickinson Sch. of Law, Since 1991. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Contracts; Cross Border Legal Practice; Cross Border Legal Practice (S); Professional Responsibility; Property; Securities Regulation; Trial Advocacy. Books & Awards: Pennsylvania Ethics Hdbk. (Ed., with Coney & Wilkinson), 1998. Member: Am. Law Inst.; Order of the Coif; Phi Beta Kappa. Consultantships: Mem. (also V-Chair), Com. on Legal Ethics & Prof'l Respon., PA Bar Ass'n, 1992-98; WTO Wkg. Grp., Int'l Bar Ass'n, since 2001; Transnat'l Legal Prac. Com., ABA Section Int'l Law,, since 2003; Standing C''ee Prof. Discipline, ABA, 2006-09.

Kellye Y. Testy (University of Washington School of Law)
Session: for the Law School Dean - Workshop for Deans-only
Bio: TESTY, KELLYE, Y. (F) Dean & James W. Mifflin Univ. Prof. Wash., Seattle. b.1960. BA, 1982, Indiana University, Bloomington; JD, 1991, Ind., Maurer. Ed.-in-Ch., Ind. L.J. Admitted: IL, 1991. Grad. Study, Ind. Bloomington, Women's Studies Dep't, 1990-91. Clerk, Hon. Jesse E. Eschbach U.S.C.A. 7th Cir. Chgo., 1991-1992; Ass't Prof., Univ. of Puget Sound, 1992-1994; Ass't Prof., Seattle Univ., 1994-1996; Assoc. Prof., Seattle Univ., 1996-2005; Assoc. Dean for Academic Admin., Seattle Universityi, 2004-2005; Dean & Prof., Seattle Univ., 2005 - 2009; Dean & James W. Mifflin University Prof., Univ. of Washington, 2009 - Pres. Subjects: Contracts; Corporate Governance (S); Corporations; Economic Justice (S). Member: SALT (Bd. of Gov'rs, since 2002).; Order of the Coif. Consultantships: Founding Ed., Seattle Jour. for Social Just., since 2001.

Kellye Y. Testy (University of Washington School of Law)
Session: Deans' Forum on Socio-Economics
Bio: TESTY, KELLYE, Y. (F) Dean & Prof. Wash., Seattle. b.1960. BA, 1982, Ind., Indpls.; JD, 1991, Ind., Maurer. Ed.-in-Ch., Ind. L.J. Admitted: IL, 1991. Grad. Study, Ind. Bloomington, Women's Studies Dep't, 1990-91. Clerk, Hon. Jesse E. Eschbach U.S.C.A. 7th Cir. Chgo., 1991-1992; Ass't Prof., Puget Sound, 1992-1994; Ass't Prof., Seattle, 1994-1996; Assoc. Prof., 1996-2005; Assoc. Dean, Acad. Affrs., 2004-2005; Dean & Prof., Since 2005. Subjects: Contracts; Corporate Governance (S); Corporations; Economic Justice (S). Member: SALT (Bd. of Gov'rs, since 2002).; Order of the Coif. Consultantships: Founding Ed., Seattle Jour. for Social Just., since 2001.

Jeffrey Ellis Thomas (University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Law)
Session: Insurance Law
Bio: THOMAS, JEFFREY ELLIS, (M) Prof. & Assoc. Dean. Mo.-Kan. City. b.1959. BA, 1983, Loyola Marymount Univ.; JD, 1986, Cal., Berkeley. Exec. Ed., Calif. L. Rev. Admitted: CA, 1988. Clerk, U.S.D.C. Hartford CT, 1986-1987; Assoc., Irell & Manella Newport Beach CA, 1987-1993; Bigelow Tchg. Fel., Univ. of Chgo., 1991-1992; Adj. Prof., Loyola L.A., 1993; Ass't Prof., Mo.-Kan. City, 1993-1999; Fulbright Fel., Nankai Univ. Tianjin China, 1999-2000; Assoc. Prof., 1999-2004; Prof., Mo.-Kan. City, Since 2004; Assoc. Dean, Since 2006. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Civil Procedure; Federal Jurisdiction; Insurance; Introduction to American Law and Culture; Introduction to American Legal Skills; Introduction to Law and Lawyering Processes - International; Law & Economics (S); Torts. Member: Asia Pac. Risk & Ins. Ass'n (President 2007). Consultantships: Member/Reporter, Task Force on Federal Involvement in Insurance Regulation Modernization, ABA Tort Trial & Insurance Section, 2004-10; Ed. In Chief, New Appleman on Ins., Lexis Nexis Matthew Bender and Co., 2006-14.

Suja A. Thomas (University of Illinois College of Law)
Session: Litigation, Co-Sponsored by Section on Civil Procedure
Bio: THOMAS, SUJA, A. (F) Prof. Illinois. b.1966. BA, 1988, Northwestern; JD, 1991, New York Univ. Arts. Ed., N.Y.U. L. Rev. Admitted: NY, 1992; IL, 1992. Clerk, Hon. John F. Grady U.S.D.C. N.D. IL Chgo., 1991-1992; Assoc., Cravath Swaine & Moore NYC, 1992-1994; Assoc., Vladeck Waldman Elias & Engelhard P.C. NYC, 1994-1997; Assoc., Weil Gotshal & Manges LLP NYC, 1997-1999; Adj. Prof., Fordham, 1999; Priv. Prac., Self NYC, 1999-2000; Ass't Prof., Cincinnati, 2000-2003; Assoc. Prof., 2003-2005; Prof., Since 2005. Subjects: Employment Discrimination; Evidence; Judicial Decision-Making & the Role of the Jury (S); Sports Law (S).

Professor Thomas Kwasi Tieku (University of Toronto)
Session: Comparative Law, Co-Sponsored by Section on National Security Law

Professor Robert H. Topel (The University of Chicago)
Session: Law and Sports*

Andrew W. Torrance (University of Kansas School of Law)
Session: Open Program on Biolaw
Bio: TORRANCE, ANDREW, W. Assoc. Prof. Kansas. b.1968. BSc, 1991, Queen's Univ.; AM, 1994; PhD, 1997, Harvard; JD, 2000, Harvard. Admitted: MA, 2001. Lect., Harvard, 1999-2005; Assoc., Fish & Richardson P.C. Boston, 2000-2004; Hrdy Vis. Prof. in Conservation Biology, 2003; Patent Counsel, Inverness Med. Innovations Boston, Since 2004; Assoc. Prof., Kansas, Since 2005. Subjects: Intellectual Property Law. Books & Awards: Hrdy Fellowship in Conserv. Biology, Harvard, 2003; Spinning the Green Web (with W. E.F. nce) in Transnational Civil Society: An Introduction (with S. Batliuata & L.D. Brown, 2006. Member: Am. Ass'n for the Advmt. of Sci.; Soc. for Conserv. Biology. Consultantships: Chrm., Scientific & Creative Bd., Darwin Proj., since 2003; Bd. Mem., Garden Under Glass, since 2004.

Stacey A. Tovino (Drake University Law School)
Session: Evidence
Bio: TOVINO, STACEY, A. (F) Assoc. Prof. Drake. b.1972. BA, 1994, Tulane; JD, 1997, Houston; PhD, 2006, Univ. of Texas. Pub. Ed., Hous. L. Rev. Admitted: TX, 1997. Assoc. Att'y, Vinson & Elkins LLP Houston, 1997-2003; Res. Prof., Houston, 2004-2005; Vis. Ass't Prof., 2005-2006; Ass't Prof., Since 2006. Subjects: Elder Law; Health Care Law (S); Health Law I; HIPAA Privacy; Torts. Books & Awards: Tulane Scholar, 1994; GSBS Assoc. Scholarship, 2005. Member: Order of the Coif; Phi Kappa Phi; Order of the Barons.

William Michael Treanor (Fordham University School of Law)
Session: Exploring the Role of Pro Bono
Bio: TREANOR, WILLIAM, M. (M) Dean & Prof. Fordham. b.1957. BA, 1979, Yale; AM, 1982, Harvard; JD, 1985, Yale. Art. & Bk. Rev. Ed., Yale L.J. Admitted: NJ, 1987. Grad. Student, Harvard, 1991.; Golieb Fellow, New York Univ., 1986. Clerk, Hon. James L. Oakes U.S.C.A. 2d Cir. Brattleboro VT, 1985-1986; Spec. Ass't to Chmn., NY Comm. on Gov't Integrity NYC, 1987; Assoc. Counsel, Off. of Indep. Counsel Iran/Contra NY DC, 1987-1990; Spec. Ass't U.S. Att'y, U.S. Att'ys Off. DC, 1990; Assoc. Prof., Fordham, 1991-1998; Dep. Ass't Att'y Gen., OLC U.S. Dep't of Just. DC, 1998-2001; Prof., Since 1998; Vis. Prof., Univ. of Paris I Pantheon-Sorbonne France 1998, 2000; Dean, Fordham, Since 2002. Subjects: Constitutional Law; Criminal Law; Intellectual Property; Legal History; Property. Member: Phi Beta Kappa. Consultantships: Adv'y Com., Prop., Land Use & Real Estate Law Abstracts, since 2000; Bd. Mem., Fund for Modern Cts., since 2002.

William Michael Treanor (Fordham University School of Law)
Session: Introduction - Pro Bono and Public Service Workshop
Bio: TREANOR, WILLIAM, M. (M) Dean & Prof. Fordham. b.1957. BA, 1979, Yale; AM, 1982, Harvard; JD, 1985, Yale. Art. & Bk. Rev. Ed., Yale L.J. Admitted: NJ, 1987. Grad. Student, Harvard, 1991.; Golieb Fellow, New York Univ., 1986. Clerk, Hon. James L. Oakes U.S.C.A. 2d Cir. Brattleboro VT, 1985-1986; Spec. Ass't to Chmn., NY Comm. on Gov't Integrity NYC, 1987; Assoc. Counsel, Off. of Indep. Counsel Iran/Contra NY DC, 1987-1990; Spec. Ass't U.S. Att'y, U.S. Att'ys Off. DC, 1990; Assoc. Prof., Fordham, 1991-1998; Dep. Ass't Att'y Gen., OLC U.S. Dep't of Just. DC, 1998-2001; Prof., Since 1998; Vis. Prof., Univ. of Paris I Pantheon-Sorbonne France 1998, 2000; Dean, Fordham, Since 2002. Subjects: Constitutional Law; Criminal Law; Intellectual Property; Legal History; Property. Member: Phi Beta Kappa. Consultantships: Adv'y Com., Prop., Land Use & Real Estate Law Abstracts, since 2000; Bd. Mem., Fund for Modern Cts., since 2002.

Ms. Teresa Tritch (New York Times )
Session: Business Associations*

Lee-ford Tritt (University of Florida Fredric G. Levin College of Law)
Session: Trusts and Estates
Bio: TRITT, LEE-FORD, (M) Assoc. Prof., Dir. Univ. of Florida. b.1966. BA, 1988, Univ. of the So.; JD, 1997, New York Univ; LLM, 2003, New York Univ. Admitted: NY, 1998; NJ, 1998; FL, 1998; CA, 2005. Assoc., Milbank Tweed Hadley & McCloy LLP NYC, 1997-2000; Assoc., Davis Polk & Wardwell NYC, 2000-2004; Adj. Prof., Pace, Since 2004; Ass't Prof., Univ. of Florida, Since 2005. Subjects: Federal Estates & Gift Tax; Fiduciary Administration; Trusts & Estates. Member: Copyright Soc. of the U.S.A.

Ms. Laura Tuggle (Southeast Louisiana Legal Services)
Session: Nonprofit and Philanthropy Law*

Mark V. Tushnet (Harvard Law School)
Session: Hot Topic Program: The Constitution and the Economy: Accountability and Autonomy in a Time of Financial Market and Regulatory Transformations
Bio: TUSHNET, MARK, V. (M) William Nelson Cromwell Prof. Harvard. b.1945. BA, 1967, Harvard; MA, 1971, Yale.; JD, 1971, Yale. Yale L.J. Clerk, Judge George Edwards U.S.C.A. Detroit MI, 1971-1972; Clerk, Just. Thurgood Marshall U.S. Sup. Ct. DC, 1972-1973; Ass't Prof., Wisconsin, 1973-1976; Assoc. Prof., 1976-1979; Vis. Assoc. Prof., Univ. of Texas, 1977-1978; Prof., Wisconsin, 1979-1982; Vis. Prof., Georgetown, 1981-1982; Prof., 1982-2006; Vis. Prof., Southern Cal., 1989; Vis. Prof., Univ. of Chgo., 1994; Assoc. Dean, Res. Georgetown 1992-96, 1998-1999; Vis. Prof., Columbia, 1999-2000; Vis. Prof., New York Univ., 2004; Vis. Prof., Harvard, 2005; Prof., Since 2006. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Comparative Constitutional Law; Constitutional Law (S); Federal Courts; First Amendment; Legislation and Regulation. Books & Awards: Taking the Const. Away from the Courts, 1999; The New Const'l Order, 2003; Const'l Law (with G. Stone, L. Seidman, & C. Sunstein), 5th ed., 2005; A Ct. Divided: The Rehnquist Ct. and the Future of Const'l Law, 2005. Member: Org. Am. Historians; Am. Soc. Legal Hist.; Am. Acad. of Arts & Sci.

Mr. Colin Tyre, QC (Arnot Manderson Advocates)
Session: Professional Responsibility

Thomas Ulen (University of Illinois College of Law)
Session: Law and Interpretation
Bio: ULEN, THOMAS, Swanlund Chair & Dir., IL. Prog. in Law and Eco. Illinois. b.1946. BA, 1968, Dartmouth Coll.; MA, 1972, Oxford Univ.; PhD, 1979, Stanford. Ass't Prof., Econ. Illinois, 1979-1982; Assoc. Prof., Econ., 1983-1989; Prof., 1989-1996; Vis. Prof., Fudan Univ. Shanghai PRC, 1993; Vis. Prof., Katholieke Univ. Leuven Belgium, 1993; Alumni Dist. Prof., Illinois, 1996-2003; Swanlund Chair & Prof., Since 2003. Subjects: Law & Economics; Law & Economics II (S); Regulated Industries. Books & Awards: Envt'l Federalism (with Braden), 1995; A Law and Economics Anthology (with Dau-Schmidt), 1998; Law and Economics (with Cooter), 4th ed., 2003. Member: Am. Econ. Ass'n; Phi Beta Kappa.; Am. Law & Econ. Ass'n. Consultantships: Mem., Gov'rs Task Force on Telecommunications Reg., 1985-86; Consult., U.S. Sentencing Comm., since 1988; Pres., Bd. of Trustees, Urbana & Champaign Sanitary Dist., 1990-93.

Francisco X. Valdes (University of Miami School of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: Socio-Economics and the Critical Schools
Bio: VALDES, FRANCISCO, X. (M) Prof. Miami. b.1954. BA, 1978, Cal., Berkeley; JD, 1984, Univ. of Florida; JSM, 1991, Stanford; JSD, 1994, Stanford. Sr. Arts. Ed., Fla. L. Rev. Admitted: FL, 1984; CA, 1988. Litig. Assoc., Shutts & Bowen Miami, 1984-1987; Litig. Assoc., Cooley Godward et al. San Fran., 1987-1989; Adj. Prof., Golden Gate, 1988-1991; Lect., Stanford, 1989-1991; Assoc. Prof., Cal. Western, 1991-1994; Prof., 1995-1997; Vis. Prof., Miami, 1995-1997; Prof., Since 1997. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Comparative Law, Spain & Hispanics: An Introduction; Constitutional Law; Critical Race Theory (S); Law & Popular Culture; Law Policy & Sexuality (S); Legal Method; Race, Ethnicities & the Law (S). Books & Awards: Crossroads, Dirs. and a New Critical Race Theory (with Culp & Harris), 2002; Clyde Ferguson Award, 2002. 2008, Haywood Burns - Shanara Gilbert Award.Member: SALT. Consultantships: Stdg. Com. on Sexual Orientation Discrimin., St. Bar of CA, 1993-95, V-Chair, since 1995; Exec. Com., Sect. on Minority Grps., AALS, since 1995, Chair, Sect. on Gay & Lesbian Legal Issues, 1996-97, Com. on Sects. & Ann. Meeting, since 1999; Co-Chair, Lat. Crit. Theory, Inc., 1999-05; Com. Mem., AALS Committee on Recruitment and Retention of Minority Law Teachers, since 2009.

David E. Van Zandt (Northwestern University School of Law)
Session: Small Group Discussion - for the Law School Dean
Bio: VAN ZANDT, DAVID, E. (M) Dean & Prof. Northwestern. b.1953. AB, 1975, Princeton Univ.; JD, 1981, Yale; PhD, 1985, London Sch. of Econ. & Pol. Sci. Mng Ed., Yale L.J. Admitted: NY, 1985. Clerk, Judge Pierre N. Level NYC, 1981-1982; Clerk, Just. Harry A. Blackmun DC, 1982-1983; Assoc., Davis Polk & Wardwell NYC, 1984-1985; Ass't Prof., Northwestern, 1985-1988; Assoc. Prof., 1988-1991; Prof., Since 1991; Dean, Since 1995. Subjects: Corporations; International Financial Markets; Law & Social Science; Legal Realism (S); Practical Issues in Business Law (S); Property. Books & Awards: Living in the Children of God, 1991. Member: Coun. on For. Rels.; Am. Law & Econ. Ass'n; Soc. for the Scientific Study of Religion.

Carlos M. Vazquez (Georgetown University Law Center)
Session: Federal Courts
Bio: VAZQUEZ, CARLOS, M. (M) Prof. Georgetown. BA, 1979, Yale; JD, 1983, Columbia. Arts. & Bk. Revs. Ed., Colum. L. Rev. Admitted: DC, 1985. Clerk, Judge Stephen Reinhardt U.S.C.A. 9th Cir. L.A., 1983-1984; Assoc., Covington & Burling DC, 1985-1990; Vis. Prof., Georgetown, 1990-1991; Assoc. Prof., 1991-1996; Prof., Since 1996. Subjects: Federal Courts & the Federal System; International Human Rights (S); International Litigation (S). Books & Awards: Frank F. Flegal Tchg. Award, 2006. Member: ALI.; ASIL. Consultantships: Mem., Inter-Am. Juridical Com., Org. of Am. Sts., 2001-03.

Ms. Liza M. Velazquez (Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP)
Session: Presidential Program I - Transformative Scholarship*

Robert R.M. Verchick (Loyola University New Orleans College of Law)
Session: Joint Program of Sections on Environmental Law and Natural Resources Law Field Trip-WAITLIST
Bio: VERCHICK, ROBERT, R.M. (M) Prof. & Gauthier-St. Martin Eminent Scholar Chair in Envt Law. Loyola, New Or. b.1964. AB, 1986, Stanford; JD, 1989, Harvard. Arts. Ed., Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev.; Articles Editor, Harvard Civ. Rts-Civ. Lib. L. Rev. Admitted: WA, 1990. Assoc., Riddell Williams Bullitt & Walkinshaw (now Riddell & Williams) Seattle, 1990-1993; Ass't Prof., Mo.-Kan. City, 1993-1999; Vis. Ass't Prof., Aarhus Univ. Fac. of Law Denmark, 1997; Vis. Ass't Prof., Seattle, 1998; Assoc. Prof., Mo.- Kan. City, 1999-2001; Prof., 2001-2004; Vis. Prof., Peking Univ. , 2002; Prof. & Gauthier-St. Martin Eminent Scholar Chair in Envtl. Law, Loyola New Orl., Since 2004. Subjects: Environmental Law; Land Use Planning; Natural Resources Law; Property. Books & Awards: Feminist Legal Theory: A Primer, 2006; Facing Catastrophe: Envt'l Action for a Post-Katrina World, 2010. Member: Phi Beta Kappa.

J.W. Verret (George Mason University School of Law)
Session: Business Associations*
Bio: VERRET, J.W., Ass't Prof. George Mason.

Stephen I. Vladeck (American University, Washington College of Law)
Session: Hot Topic Program: The United States Supreme Court’s Increased Attention to the Law of Lawyering During the 2009-2010 Term: Mere Coincidence or Something More?
Bio: VLADECK, STEPHEN , I. (M) Prof. of Law American. b.1979. BA, 2001, Amherst Coll.; JD, 2004, Yale. Exec. Ed., Yale L.J. Admitted: NY, 2006; DC, 2009. Clerk, Hon. Marsha S. Berzon U.S.C.A. 9th Cir. San Fran., 2004-2005; Assoc. Prof., Miami, 2005-2007; Assoc. Prof., Am. Univ., Since 2007. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Constitutional Law; Federal Courts; Immigration Law (S); International Law; National Security Law. Books & Awards: Potter Stewart Prize, Yale, 2004; Harlan Fiske Stone Prize, Yale, 2004. 2008, Emalee C. Godsey Faculty Scholarship Award.

Stephen I. Vladeck (American University, Washington College of Law)
Session: National Security Law*
Bio: VLADECK, STEPHEN , I. (M) Prof. of Law American. b.1979. BA, 2001, Amherst Coll.; JD, 2004, Yale. Exec. Ed., Yale L.J. Admitted: NY, 2006; DC, 2009. Clerk, Hon. Marsha S. Berzon U.S.C.A. 9th Cir. San Fran., 2004-2005; Assoc. Prof., Miami, 2005-2007; Assoc. Prof., Am. Univ., Since 2007. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Constitutional Law; Federal Courts; Immigration Law (S); International Law; National Security Law. Books & Awards: Potter Stewart Prize, Yale, 2004; Harlan Fiske Stone Prize, Yale, 2004. 2008, Emalee C. Godsey Faculty Scholarship Award.

Stephen I. Vladeck (American University, Washington College of Law)
Session: Legal History*
Bio: VLADECK, STEPHEN , I. (M) Prof. of Law American. b.1979. BA, 2001, Amherst Coll.; JD, 2004, Yale. Exec. Ed., Yale L.J. Admitted: NY, 2006; DC, 2009. Clerk, Hon. Marsha S. Berzon U.S.C.A. 9th Cir. San Fran., 2004-2005; Assoc. Prof., Miami, 2005-2007; Assoc. Prof., Am. Univ., Since 2007. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Constitutional Law; Federal Courts; Immigration Law (S); International Law; National Security Law. Books & Awards: Potter Stewart Prize, Yale, 2004; Harlan Fiske Stone Prize, Yale, 2004. 2008, Emalee C. Godsey Faculty Scholarship Award.

Mr. Peter H. Vlasses (Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education)
Carole Wagan (Suffolk University Law School)
Session: Continuing Legal Education, Co-Sponsored by Section for the Law School Dean*
Bio: WAGAN, CAROLE, Dir., Adv'd Legal Studies. Suffolk.

Jeremy James Waldron (New York University School of Law)
Session: Jurisprudence
Bio: WALDRON, JEREMY JAMES, (M) Univ. Prof. New York Univ. b.1953. BA, 1974, Otago Univ.; LLB, 1978, Otago Univ., New Zealand; DPhil, 1986, Oxford Univ. Admitted: NEW ZEALAND, 1978. Fellow, Pol. Theory Lincoln Coll. Oxford U.K., 1980-1982; Lect., Politics Univ. of Edinburgh Scotland, 1983-1987; Acting Prof., Cal. Berkeley, 1987-1989; Prof., 1989-1996; Univ. Prof., Politics Princeton, 1996-1997; Prof., Columbia, 1997-2006; Univ. Prof., New York Univ., Since 2006. Subjects: Jurisprudence; Modern Legal Philosophy - The Books (S). Books & Awards: The Right of Priv. Prop., 1988; Liberal Rights: Collected Papers, 1993; Law & Disagreement, 1999; Dignity of Legis., 1999; God, Locke, and Equality, 2002. Member: Am. Acad. of Arts & Scis. (Fellow).; Am. Pol. Sci. Ass'n. Consultantships: Leader, Working Grp. on Religion and Int'l Law, Center for Theological Inquiry, Princeton Seminary, 2005-10.

Hillary Wandler (University of Montana School of Law)
Session: Poster Presentations Sponsored by Section on Disability Law
Bio: WANDLER, HILLARY, (F) Legal Writing Fel. Montana. BA, 1999, Concordia Coll. (Moorhead, MN); JD, 2004, Montana. Symposium Editor, Montana Law Rev. Admitted: MT, 2004. Law Clerk to the Honorable Judge James R. Browning, U.S. Ct. of App. for the Ninth Cir., San Francisco, CA, 2004 - 2005; Law Clerk to Chief Judge Donald Molloy, U.S. Dist. Ct. for the Dist. of Montana, Missoula, MT, 2005 - 2006; Associate, Garlington, Lohn & Robinson, PLLP, Missoula, MT, 2006 - 2008; Legal Writing Fel., The Univ. of Montana Sch. of Law, 2008 - Pres. Subjects: Legal Analysis/Legal Writing; Veterans Law. Member: Legal Writing Inst.

Professor Francis SL Wang (Kenneth Wang School of Law)
G. Ray Warner (St. John's University School of Law)
Session: Post-Graduate Legal Education*
Bio: WARNER, G., RAY (M) Assoc. Dean of Bkrptcy Studies & Prof. St. John's. b.1955. JD, 1980, Northwestern; LLM, 1985, New York Univ. Fac. Advisor, Am. Bankr. Inst. L. Rev. Admitted: GA, 1980; IL, 1982; NY, 2006. Assoc., Gambrell & Russell Atlanta, 1980-1982; Assoc., Holleb & Coff Chgo., 1982-1984; Ass't Prof., Mo.-Kan. City, 1985-1991; Assoc. Prof., 1991-1994; Prof., 1994-2003; Vis. Prof., St. John's, 2000-2001; Prof. & Dir., Bkrptcy. LL.M. Prog., Since 2003. Subjects: Commercial Law; Commercial Paper; Consumer Law; Contracts; Creditors' & Debtors' Rights (S); Creditors' & Debtors' Rights. Member: AALS (Chair, Sect. on Post-Grad. Legal Educ., 2006).; Am. Coll. of Bkrptcy. Consultantships: Exec. Com., Am. Bd. of Certification, since 1994, Chair, since 1999; Rptr., Rpt. on Prof'l Compensation, Am. Bkrptcy. Inst., 1991, Exec. Com., since 1997.

Tanya M. Washington (Georgia State University College of Law)
Session: Academic Support*
Bio: WASHINGTON, TANYA, M. (F) Assoc. Prof. Georgia State. b.1970. BA, 1992, James Madison Univ.; JD, 1995, Maryland; LLM, 2001, Harvard. Admitted: MD, 1995. Jud. Clerk, Ch. Judge Robert M. Bell Balt., 1995-1996; Defense Litigator, Piper & Marbury Balt., 1996-1998; Albert Sachs Clin. Res. Fel., Harvard, 1998-1999; A. Leon Higginbotham Fel., Harvard, 1999-2000; Vis. Ass't Prof., Maryland, 2001-2002; Ass't Prof., Georgia St., 2002-2006; Assoc. Prof., Since 2006. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Contract Law; Family Law; Race & the Law: Identity, Color & Consciousness.

Russell L. Weaver (University of Louisville, Louis D. Brandeis School of Law)
Session: Roundtable Discussion on Comparative Scholarship
Bio: WEAVER, RUSSELL, L. Prof. & Dist. Univ. Scholar. Louisville. b.1952. BA, 1974, Missouri; JD, 1978, Missouri. Mem., Mo. L. Rev. Admitted: MO, 1978; MO, 1978. Assoc., Watson Ess Marshall & Enggas Kan. City MO, 1978-1980; Att'y, U.S. Dep't of Energy DC, 1980-1982; Vis. Fel., Dep't of Energy DC, 1980-1982; Vis. Prof., Dep't of Energy DC, 1980-1982; Ass't Prof., Louisville, 1982-1986; Assoc. Prof., 1986-1990; Vis. Lect., Univ. of Leeds England, 1988-1989; Prof., Louisville, Since 1990; Vis. Lect., Univ. Paul Valery Montpellier France, 1991; Herff Chair of Excellence, Memphis, 1992; Legal Specialist, Kyrghyzstan Const. Central & E. Eur. Law Initiative Bishkek, 1992; Vis. Lect., Univ. of Paris Sceaux France, 1992; Legal Specialist, Belarus Const. Central & E. Eur. Law Initiative Minsk, 1993; Vis. Lect., Daito Bunka Univ. Tokyo, 1993; Vis. Scholar, Macquarie Univ. Sydney Australia, 1994; Vis. Prof., Univ. of Paris Sceaux, 1995; Vis. Prof., Daito Bunka Univ. Tokyo, 1996; Vis. Prof., Johannes Guttenburg Univ. Mainz Germany, 1996; Vis. Fel., Australian Nat'l Univ. Canberra, 1997; Dist. Univ. Scholar, Louisville, Since 1998; Vis. Prof., Univ. of Leeds Fac. of Law England, 2000; Invited Prof., Fac. of Law Univ. of Montpellier 1996 2001, 2003; Parsons Fel., Univ. of Sydney Australia, 2003; Parsons Fel., Univ. of Sydney Fac. of Law Australia 1996, 2003; Vis. Prof., Univ. of W. Sydney, 2003; Vis. Prof., Div. of Law Macquarie Univ. Sydney, 2003; Vis. Prof., Mainzer Medien Inst. Johannes Gutenberg Univ. Mainz Germany springs 2003 2004, 2006. Subjects: Administrative Law; Constitutional Law; Criminal Law; Criminal Procedure; Defamation (S); First Amendment (S); Remedies; Trial & Appellate Advocacy. Books & Awards: Pres. Award for Dist. Serv., Louisville, 1998; Admin. Prac. and Proc. (with W. Funk & S. Shapiro), 2d ed., 2001; Admin. Law: Problems & Cases (with W. Funk, S. Shapiro & R. Weaver), 2d ed., 2001; Pres. Award for Creative Activity, Louisville, 1993-, 2002; The First Amendment: Cases, Materials & Problems, (with C. Hancock, J. Knechtle & D. Lively), 2006; The Right to Speak Ill: Defamation, Reputation and Free Speech, 2006; Const'l Law: Cases, Materials & Problems (with R. Weaver, S. Friedland, C. Hancock, D. Lively & W. Scott), 2006. 1978, Order of the Coif.Member: Order of the Coif; Southeastern Ass'n of Law Schs. (Treas., 2003-04, Exec. Dir., Trustee & Bd. of Trustees, since 2004).; AALS (S.E. Conf., Sec'y, 1993-94, Treas., 1993-03, Pres., 1998-99, Exec. Com., Crim. Just. Sect., 1985-94, Chair, 1988, Exec. Com., Remedies Sect., 2002, 2006, Chair 2005). Consultantships: Legal Panel, ACLU of KY, 1983-02, Bd. of Dirs., 1988-89, 1990-96; Consult., Admin. Conf. of the U.S., 1992-93; Ed. Bd., Jour. of Educ. & the Law, since 1993.

Russell L. Weaver (University of Louisville, Louis D. Brandeis School of Law)
Session: Remedies*
Bio: WEAVER, RUSSELL, L. Prof. & Dist. Univ. Scholar. Louisville. b.1952. BA, 1974, Missouri; JD, 1978, Missouri. Mem., Mo. L. Rev. Admitted: MO, 1978; MO, 1978. Assoc., Watson Ess Marshall & Enggas Kan. City MO, 1978-1980; Att'y, U.S. Dep't of Energy DC, 1980-1982; Vis. Fel., Dep't of Energy DC, 1980-1982; Vis. Prof., Dep't of Energy DC, 1980-1982; Ass't Prof., Louisville, 1982-1986; Assoc. Prof., 1986-1990; Vis. Lect., Univ. of Leeds England, 1988-1989; Prof., Louisville, Since 1990; Vis. Lect., Univ. Paul Valery Montpellier France, 1991; Herff Chair of Excellence, Memphis, 1992; Legal Specialist, Kyrghyzstan Const. Central & E. Eur. Law Initiative Bishkek, 1992; Vis. Lect., Univ. of Paris Sceaux France, 1992; Legal Specialist, Belarus Const. Central & E. Eur. Law Initiative Minsk, 1993; Vis. Lect., Daito Bunka Univ. Tokyo, 1993; Vis. Scholar, Macquarie Univ. Sydney Australia, 1994; Vis. Prof., Univ. of Paris Sceaux, 1995; Vis. Prof., Daito Bunka Univ. Tokyo, 1996; Vis. Prof., Johannes Guttenburg Univ. Mainz Germany, 1996; Vis. Fel., Australian Nat'l Univ. Canberra, 1997; Dist. Univ. Scholar, Louisville, Since 1998; Vis. Prof., Univ. of Leeds Fac. of Law England, 2000; Invited Prof., Fac. of Law Univ. of Montpellier 1996 2001, 2003; Parsons Fel., Univ. of Sydney Fac. of Law Australia 1996, 2003; Parsons Fel., Univ. of Sydney Australia, 2003; Vis. Prof., Div. of Law Macquarie Univ. Sydney, 2003; Vis. Prof., Univ. of W. Sydney, 2003; Vis. Prof., Mainzer Medien Inst. Johannes Gutenberg Univ. Mainz Germany springs 2003 2004, 2006. Subjects: Administrative Law; Constitutional Law; Criminal Law; Criminal Procedure; Defamation (S); First Amendment (S); Remedies; Trial & Appellate Advocacy. Books & Awards: Pres. Award for Dist. Serv., Louisville, 1998; Admin. Prac. and Proc. (with W. Funk & S. Shapiro), 2d ed., 2001; Admin. Law: Problems & Cases (with W. Funk, S. Shapiro & R. Weaver), 2d ed., 2001; Pres. Award for Creative Activity, Louisville, 1993-, 2002; The First Amendment: Cases, Materials & Problems, (with C. Hancock, J. Knechtle & D. Lively), 2006; The Right to Speak Ill: Defamation, Reputation and Free Speech, 2006; Const'l Law: Cases, Materials & Problems (with R. Weaver, S. Friedland, C. Hancock, D. Lively & W. Scott), 2006. 1978, Order of the Coif.Member: Order of the Coif; Southeastern Ass'n of Law Schs. (Treas., 2003-04, Exec. Dir., Trustee & Bd. of Trustees, since 2004).; AALS (S.E. Conf., Sec'y, 1993-94, Treas., 1993-03, Pres., 1998-99, Exec. Com., Crim. Just. Sect., 1985-94, Chair, 1988, Exec. Com., Remedies Sect., 2002, 2006, Chair 2005). Consultantships: Legal Panel, ACLU of KY, 1983-02, Bd. of Dirs., 1988-89, 1990-96; Consult., Admin. Conf. of the U.S., 1992-93; Ed. Bd., Jour. of Educ. & the Law, since 1993.

Jonathan Weinberg (Wayne State University Law School)
Session: Mass Communication Law
Bio: WEINBERG, JONATHAN, (M) Prof. Wayne State. b.1958. AB, 1980, Harvard; JD, 1983, Columbia. Writing & Res. Ed., Colum. L. Rev. Admitted: DC, 1984. Clerk, Hon. Ruth Bader Ginsburg DC, 1983-1984; Clerk, Just. Thurgood Marshall DC, 1985-1986; Vis. Scholar, Univ. of Tokyo Inst. of Jour. & Communications Studies, 1986-1987; Assoc., Shea & Gardner DC 1984-85, 1987-1988; Ass't Prof., Wayne St., 1988-1993; Prof.-in-Res., U.S. Dep't of Just. DC, 1993-1994; Assoc. Prof., 1993-1999; Scholar-in-Res., Off. of Plans & Policy FCC DC, 1997-1998; Prof., Wayne St., Since 1999; Scholar-in-Res., Cardozo, 2000. Subjects: Administrative Law; Communications Law; Constitutional Law; Immigration Law; Law in Cyberspace (S). Consultantships: Chair, Working Grp. on New gTLDs, ICANN, 1999-00.

Ian S. Weinstein (Fordham University School of Law)
Session: Part-Time Division Programs
Bio: WEINSTEIN, IAN, S. (M) Prof. Fordham. b.1959. BA, 1981, Reed Coll.; JD, 1986, New York Univ; LLM, 1991, Georgetown. Admitted: DC, 1986; NY, 1988. Stiller/Prettyman Fel., Georgetown, 1986-1988; Assoc. Att'y, Fed. Defender S.D.N.Y. NYC, 1988-1991; Assoc. Prof., Fordham, 1992-2003; Prof., Since 2003. Subjects: Clinical Teaching (S); Evidence; Trail & Appellate Practice (S). Books & Awards: Fed. Crim. Prac. (with Subin & Mirsky), 1992. Member: Order of the Coif.

W. Bradley Wendel (Cornell Law School)
Session: Women in Legal Education, Co-Sponsored by Section on Defamation and Privacy*
Bio: WENDEL, W. BRADLEY, (M) Prof. Cornell. b.1969. BA, 1991, Rice; JD, 1994, Duke; LLM, 1998, Columbia; JSD, 2002, Columbia. Arts. Ed., L. & Contemp. Probs. Admitted: WA, 1994. Litig. Assoc., Bogle & Gates Seattle, 1994-1996; Clerk, Hon. Andrew J. Kleinfeld U.S.C.A. 9th Cir. Fairbanks AK, 1996-1997; Assoc.-in-Law, Columbia, 1997-1999; Ass't Prof., Wash. & Lee, 1999-2003; Assoc. Prof., 2003-2004; Assoc. Prof., Cornell, 2004-2006; Prof., Since 2006. Subjects: Jurisprudence (S); Professional Responsibility (S); Professional Responsibility; Torts. Books & Awards: Prof'l Responsibility: Examples and Explanations, 2d., 2007.

Dr. Hariolf Wenzler, Ph.D. (Bucerius Law School )
Session: International Cooperation to Create Opportunities for Students*

Kimberly C. West-Faulcon (Loyola Law School )
Session: Hot Topic Program: Reading Ricci: The Impact of the New Haven Firefighters Case
Bio: WEST-FAULCON, KIMBERLY, C. (F) Assoc. Prof. Loyola, LA. AB, 1992, Duke; JD, 1995, Yale. Sr. Ed., Yale L.J. Admitted: NY, 1997; CA, 1998. Skadden Fel., NAACP Legal Defense & Educ. Fund , New York, NY, 1996-1998; Western Reg'l Dir. & Counsel, NAACP Legal Defense & Educ. Fund, Los Angeles, CA, 1998-2005; Vis. Lect., UCLA Law Sch., 2004-2005; Assoc. Prof., Loyola Law Sch., Since 2005. Subjects: Constitutional Law I; Constitutional Law II; Intelligence, Testing and the Law; Principles of Social Justice (S).

Professor Kenneth Westhues (University of Waterloo)
Robert S. Westley (Tulane University School of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: Socio-Economics and the Critical Schools
Bio: WESTLEY, ROBERT, S. (M) Louisiana Outside Counsel Health & Ethics Fdn. (LOCHEF) Prof. Tulane. b.1962. BA, 1984, Northwestern; JD, 1992, Cal., Berkeley; PhD, 1993, Yale; MA, 1993; MPhil, 1993. Lect., Ethnic Studies Dep't Univ. of Cal. San Diego, 1992-1993; Pres. Postdoctoral Fel., Dep't of Phil., 1993-1995; Assoc. Prof., Tulane, 1995-2003; Prof., Since 2003. Subjects: Civil Rights (S); Constitutional Law (S); Criminal Procedure; Jurisprudence (S). Member: Am. Phil. Ass'n; SALT (Bd. of Gov'rs 1997-98).

John Valery White (University of Nevada, Las Vegas, William S. Boyd School of Law)
Session: Civil Rights*
Bio: WHITE, JOHN, VALERY (M) Dean. Nevada, Las Vegas. b.1967. BA, 1988, Southern Univ.; JD, 1991, Yale. Note Topics Ed., Yale L.J. Admitted: CT, 1991; NY, 1993. Schell Fel., Human Rts. Watch NY, 1991-1992. Subjects: Civil Rights Litigation (S); Conflicts (S); Criminal Procedure; Employment Discrimination; Federal Courts; International Human Rights (S); Torts.

Patricia D. White (University of Miami School of Law)
Session: Transforming Campus Culture: Enriching the Law School Experience for Students and Faculty Through Pro Bono Programs
Bio: WHITE, PATRICIA, D. (F) Jack Brown Prof., Affiliate Prof., Phil., Fac. Fellow, Cntr. for the Study of Law, Sci. & Tech., & Dean Emer. Ariz. State. b.1949. BA, 1971; JD, 1974, Michigan; MA, 1974. Assoc. Ed., Mich. L. Rev. Admitted: DC, 1975; MI, 1988; UT, 1995. Ph.D. Cand./Phil., Michigan, 1975. Assoc., Steptoe & Johnson DC, 1975-1976; Vis. Ass't Prof., Toledo, 1976-1977; Assoc., Caplin & Drysdale DC, 1977-1979; Vis. Assoc. Prof., Georgetown, 1979-1980; Ass't Prof., 1980-1985; Vis. Assoc. Prof., Michigan, 1984-1985; Assoc. Prof., Georgetown, 1985-1988; Vis. Prof., Michigan, 1988-1994; Prof., Utah, 1994-1998; Dean & Prof., Ariz. St., Since 1999. Subjects: Estate Planning; Legal Philosophy; Taxation, Federal; Torts. Books & Awards: Tax Law, 2 vols. (ed.)., 0. Member: COIF.; Am. Philosophical Ass'n; Am. Coll. of Tax Counsel. Consultantships: Bd. of Trustees, LSAC, since 2004.

Patricia D. White (University of Miami School of Law)
Session: Small Group Discussion- for the Law School Dean
Bio: WHITE, PATRICIA, D. (F) Dean Miami. b.1949. BA, 1971; JD, 1974, Michigan; MA, 1974. Assoc. Ed., Mich. L. Rev. Admitted: DC, 1975; MI, 1988; UT, 1995. Ph.D. Cand./Phil., Michigan, 1975. Assoc., Steptoe & Johnson DC, 1975-1976; Vis. Ass't Prof., Toledo, 1976-1977; Assoc., Caplin & Drysdale DC, 1977-1979; Vis. Assoc. Prof., Georgetown, 1979-1980; Ass't Prof., 1980-1985; Vis. Assoc. Prof., Michigan, 1984-1985; Assoc. Prof., Georgetown, 1985-1988; Vis. Prof., Michigan, 1988-1994; Prof., Utah, 1994-1998; Dean & Prof., Ariz. St., Since 1999. Subjects: Estate Planning; Legal Philosophy; Taxation, Federal; Torts. Books & Awards: Tax Law, 2 vols. (ed.)., 0. Member: COIF.; Am. Philosophical Ass'n; Am. Coll. of Tax Counsel. Consultantships: Bd. of Trustees, LSAC, since 2004.

Charles K. Whitehead (Cornell Law School)
Session: Securities Regulations
Bio: WHITEHEAD, CHARLES, K. Assoc. Prof. Cornell. BA, 1983, Cornell Univ.; JD, 1986, Columbia. Editor, J. L. & Soc. Probs.; Editor, J. L. in Japan. Admitted: NY, 1988. Clerk, U.S.C.A. 2nd Cir. NYC, 1986-1987; Associate, Sullivan & Cromwell, New York, NY, 1987-1994; Gen. Counsel, Nomura Securities Int'l Inc., New York, NY, 1994-1997; Mng. Director and Senior Counsel, Salomon Smith Barney, Tokyo, Japan, 1997-2000; Mng. Director, General Counsel, Country Off'r, Citigroup, Tokyo, Japan, 2000-2004; Res. Fel., Columbia Law Sch., 2004-2006; Assoc. Prof., Boston Univ. Sch. of Law, 2006 - 2009; Assoc. Prof., Cornell Univ. Law Sch., 2009 - Pres. Subjects: Business Associations; Deals; Securities Regulation. Books & Awards: 1985, James Kent Scholar; 1983, Sherman-Bennett Award.Member: Am. Law Inst.

Michael Whiteman (Northern Kentucky University, Salmon P. Chase College of Law)
Session: Law Libraries
Bio: WHITEMAN, MICHAEL, (M) Assoc. Dean, Library Servs. & Tech. & Prof. No. Ky. Univ.-Chase. b.1966. JD, 1994, Louisville; MLIS, 1995, Simmons Coll.; BA, 1990, Concordia Univ. Admitted: MA, 1995. Assoc. Dir., Library Louisville, 1995-2003; Ass't Prof., 2001-2002; Ass't Prof., No. Ky.-Chase, 2002-2004; Assoc. Dean, Library Servs. & Tech., Since 2002; Assoc. Prof., 2004-2006; Prof., Since 2006. Subjects: Legal Research (S). Books & Awards: Union List of Appellate Ct. Records & Briefs (with Campbell), 1999; United at Last: The Jud. Art. and the Struggle to Reform Kentucky's Courts (with Metzmeier and Nemes), 2006. Member: AALL.

Ron J. Whitener (University of Washington School of Law)
Session: Presidential Program III - Transformative Advocacy
Bio: WHITENER, RON, J. (M) Ass't Prof. Wash., Seattle. b.1969. JD, 1994, Wash., Seattle. Admitted: WA, 1994. Att'y, Squaxin Island Tribe Shelton WA, 1994-2000; Att'y, N.W. Just. Proj. Seattle, 2000-2002; Ass't Prof., Wash. Seattle, Since 2002. Subjects: Federal Indian Law; Tribal Court Practice; Tribal Natural Resources Law (S).

Robert Whitman (University of Connecticut School of Law)
Session: Trusts and Estates
Bio: WHITMAN, ROBERT, (M) Prof. Connecticut. b.1936. BBA, 1956, City Coll., Baruch Sch.; JD, 1959, Columbia; LLM, 1970, New York Univ. Colum. L. Rev. Admitted: NY, 1959; CT, 1967. Assoc. in Law, Columbia, 1959-1960; Ass't Prof., Maryland, 1960-1962; Assoc., Cravath Swaine & Moore, 1962-1964; Assoc., Tenzer Greenblatt Fallon & Kaplan, 1964-1966; Assoc. Prof., Connecticut, 1966-1969; Prof., Since 1969; Vis. Lect., Yale, 1970; Vis. Prof., Univ. of Brunel Middlesex Eng., 1972. Subjects: Commercial Law; Contracts; Decedents Estates; Estate Planning (S); Family Law; Legal History (S). Books & Awards: Accounting and the Law (with Thompson, Phillips & Warren), 4th ed., 1978; Warren, Gorham & Lamont's Estate Plng. and Admin. Serv., 1987; ALI-ABA Fiduciary Accounting Guide, 2d ed., 1998; ALI-ABA Basic Accounting for Lawyers (with co-authors), 5th ed., 1999. Member: ACPC; STEP (Chair, Law Prof'l Adv'y Grp. for T& E).; ALI. Consultantships: Rptr., Nat'l Study on Fiduciary Acctg. for Real Prop., Estates & Probate Sect. of ABA; Unif. Comm'r, CT, NCCUSL.; Dir., Comm. to Rev. Probate Laws of CT, since 1970.

Elisabeth Wickeri (Fordham University School of Law)
Session: Open Program on Law and South Asian Studies*

Richard L. Wiener (University of Nebraska College of Law)
Session: Law and Interpretation

Stephanie J. Willbanks (Vermont Law School)
Session: AALS Site Evaluators Workshop
Bio: WILLBANKS, STEPHANIE, J. (F) Professor Vermont. b.1951. BA, 1972, Univ. of Minnesota; JD, 1978, Minnesota. Admitted: MN, 1978. Jud. Clerk, Just. Wahl MN Sup. Ct. St. Paul, St. Paul, Minnesota, 1978-1979; Assoc., Henson & Efron P.A. Mpls., Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1979-1981; Ass't Prof., Vermont Law Sch., 1981-1983; Assoc. Prof., Vermont Law Sch., 1983-1987; Prof., Vermont Law Sch., Since 1987; Assoc. Dean, Vermont Law Sch., 1989-1994; Assoc. Dean, Vermont Law Sch., 1997-2002; Dir. of Acad. Tech., Vermont Law Sch., 2003-2005; V-Dean, Vermont Law Sch., Since 2005. Subjects: Estate and Gift Tax; Estates and Trusts; Tax Policy (S); Taxation, Federal. Books & Awards: Fed. Estate and Gift Taxation: An Analysis and Critique, 3d ed., 2004; Fed. Tax'n of Wealth Transfers: Cases and Problems (2d edition), 2008. Member: Nat'l Conf. of Comm'rs on Unif. St. Laws. Consultantships: Mem., Tri-State Task Force on Bar Adms., 1994-98; Rptr., VT Probate Rules Com., 1999-05; Adms. Com., VT-NH Bar, 2001-03.

Aleatra P. Williams (Charleston School of Law)
Session: Real Estate Transactions, Co-Sponsored by Section on Property Law
Bio: WILLIAMS, ALEATRA, P. Ass't Prof. Charleston.

Mr. Morgan Williams (Greater New Orleans Fair Housing Action Center)
Session: Pro-Bono and Public Service Opportunities

Lloyd T. Wilson, Jr. (Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law)
Session: Real Estate Transactions, Co-Sponsored by Section on Property Law
Bio: WILSON, LLOYD, T., JR. Prof. Ind., Indianapolis. BA, 1977, Wabash Coll.; MA, 1978, Duke; JD, 1982, Ind., Maurer. Mng. Editor, Indiana Law Jour.; Mng. Ed., Ind. L.J. Admitted: IN, 1982; IN, 1982. Clerk, Hon. William I. Garrard IN Ct. of App. Indpls., 1982-1983; Clerk, Hon. William E. Steckler U.S.D.C. Indpls., 1983-1985; Part., Najam & Wilson Bloomington, 1989-1993; Part., Bingham Summers Welsh & Spilman Indpls. 1985-89, 1993-1998. Subjects: Contracts; Contracts & Sales; Land Use Planning; Legal Systems of the United States; Real Estate Transfer Finance & Development; Real Estate Transfer, Finance & Development.

Adrien Katherine Wing (University of Iowa College of Law)
Session: AALS Site Evaluators Workshop
Bio: WING, ADRIEN KATHERINE, (F) Bessie Dutton Murray Dist. Prof. & Assoc. Dean, Fac. Dev. Iowa. b.1956. AB, 1978, Princeton; MA, 1979, U.C.L.A.; JD, 1982, Stanford. Topic Dev. Ed., Stan. J. Int'l L. Admitted: NY, 1983. Assoc., Curtis Mallet Prevost Colt & Mosle NY, New York, 1982-1986; Assoc., Rabinowitz Boudin Standard Krinsky & Lieberman NY, New York, 1986-1987; Assoc. Prof., Iowa, 1987-1993; Prof., Iowa, Since 1993; Vis. Prof., Michigan, 2002; Assoc. Dean, Fac. Dev., Since 2006. Subjects: Civil Rights; Comparative Law; Constitutional Law; Contracts; International Law; Law & Medicine (S). Books & Awards: Democracy, Constitutionalism & the Future St. of Palestine, 1994; Global Critical Race Feminism: An Int'l Reader, 2000; Critical Race Feminism, 1997, 2d ed., 2003; Delgado Reader, 2007. 2001, Bessie Dutton Murray professor; 2009, AALS Clyde Ferguson Award.Member: Coun. on For. Rels.; ASIL (Exec. Coun., 1986-89, 1996-99, Vice Pres. 2007-09).; Am. J. Comp. Law (Bd. of Eds., since 1993). Consultantships: Consult., U.S. Agency for Int'l Dev., since 1996; Consult., U.N., since 2000; Consult., U.S. St. Dep't, since 2001.

Bruce J. Winick (University of Miami School of Law)
Session: Balance in Legal Education
Bio: WINICK, BRUCE, J. (M) Prof. Miami. b.1944. AB, 1965, Bklyn. Coll.; JD, 1968, New York Univ. Ed., N.Y.U. L. Rev. Admitted: NY, 1968. Instr., Ind. Bloomington, 1968-1969; Assoc., Marshall Bratter Greene Allison & Tucker NYC, 1969-1972; Dep. Counsel & Dir., Ct. Mental Health Servs. NYC Health Servs. Admin., 1972-1974; Gen. Counsel, NYC Dep't of Mental Health & Mental Retard. Servs., 1973-1974; Ass't Prof., Miami, 1974-1977; Affiliated Scholar, ABF, 1976-1977; Assoc. Prof., Miami, 1977-1978; Prof., Since 1978. Subjects: Constitutional Law; Criminal Procedure; Interviewing & Counseling (S); Law & Psychiatry (Mental Health Law) (S). Books & Awards: The Right to Refuse Mental Health Treatment, 1997; Thurgood Marshall Award of the Ass'n of the Bar of NYC, 1998; Protecting Soc. from Sexually Dangerous Offenders: Law, Justice, and Therapy (with LaFond), 2003; Judging in a Therapeutic Key: Therapeutic Jurisp. and the Courts (with Wexler), 2003; Miami Provost's Award for Scholarly Activity, 2005; Civil Commitment: A Theraputic Jurisp. Model, 2005. Member: ACLU (Nat'l Immig. & Alien Rts. Proj. Task Force, 1984-89); AALS (Chair, Law & Med. Sect., 1979-80); Exec. Bd., Humanizing Legal Educ. (2004-05).; Int'l Acad. of Law & Mental Health (Bd. of Dirs., 1987-89). Consultantships: Ed'l Adv'y Bd., Law & Human Behav'r, since 1986; Legal Consult., Am. Psychiatric Ass'n Task Force on Consent to Voluntary Hospitaliz., 1990-92; Legal Ed. & Bd. of Consult'g Eds., Psych., Public Policy & Law, since 1995.

Mark E. Wojcik (The John Marshall Law School)
Session: North American Cooperation
Bio: WOJCIK, MARK, E. (M) Prof. John Marshall. b.1961. BA, 1983, Bradley Univ.; JD, 1986, John Marshall; LLM, 1991, New York Univ. Assoc. Lead Arts. Ed., J. Mar. L. Rev. Admitted: IL, 1986; NE, 1987; DC, 1988; MA, 1990; NY, 1990. Jud. Clerk, Sup. Ct. of NE Lincoln, 1986-1987; Sr. Jud. Clerk, U.S. Ct. of Int'l Trade NYC, 1987-1989; Assoc. Att'y, Grunfeld Desiderio Lebowitz & Silverman NYC, 1989-1991; Ass't Prof., John Marshall, 1992-2001; Adj. Prof., DePaul 1992, 1994; Ct. Counsel, Palau Sup. Ct. Rep. of Palau (West Caroline Islands), 1994-1995; Dir. of Legal English Prog., Int'l Law Inst., Since 1997; Adj. Prof., Loyola Chgo., 2000; Assoc. Prof., John Marshall, 2001-2005; Prof., Since 2005; Permanent Guest Prof. for Anglo-Am. and Comparative Law, Univ. of Lucerne Switzerland, Since 2006. Subjects: AIDS Law (S); Civil Procedure; International Criminal Law (S); International Law; International Transactions; Legal Research & Writing; Sexual Orientation Law (S). Books & Awards: AIDS: Cases and Materials (with Closen, et al.), 1988; AIDS Law and Policy (with Babinski, et al.), 1995; Introduction to Legal English: An Introduction to Legal Terminology, Reasoning, and Writing in Plain English, 2d ed., 2001; Illinois Legal Res., 2003. Member: Order of John Marshall; SCRIBES.; ASIL. Consultantships: Bd. Mem., Legal Writing Inst., 1997-00; Bd. of Mgrs., Chgo. Bar Ass'n, 1998-00; Chair, Sect. on Int'l Legal Exchg., AALS, 1998, Chair, Sect. on Grad. Progs. for For. Lawyers, 2001, Chair, Sect. on No. Am. Coop., since 2004.

Mark E. Wojcik (The John Marshall Law School)
Session: Legal Writing, Reasoning and Research and Teaching Methods Joint Program
Bio: WOJCIK, MARK, E. (M) Prof. John Marshall. b.1961. BA, 1983, Bradley Univ.; JD, 1986, John Marshall; LLM, 1991, New York Univ. Assoc. Lead Arts. Ed., J. Mar. L. Rev. Admitted: IL, 1986; NE, 1987; DC, 1988; MA, 1990; NY, 1990. Jud. Clerk, Sup. Ct. of NE Lincoln, 1986-1987; Sr. Jud. Clerk, U.S. Ct. of Int'l Trade NYC, 1987-1989; Assoc. Att'y, Grunfeld Desiderio Lebowitz & Silverman NYC, 1989-1991; Ass't Prof., John Marshall, 1992-2001; Adj. Prof., DePaul 1992, 1994; Ct. Counsel, Palau Sup. Ct. Rep. of Palau (West Caroline Islands), 1994-1995; Dir. of Legal English Prog., Int'l Law Inst., Since 1997; Adj. Prof., Loyola Chgo., 2000; Assoc. Prof., John Marshall, 2001-2005; Prof., Since 2005; Permanent Guest Prof. for Anglo-Am. and Comparative Law, Univ. of Lucerne Switzerland, Since 2006. Subjects: AIDS Law (S); Civil Procedure; International Criminal Law (S); International Law; International Transactions; Legal Research & Writing; Sexual Orientation Law (S). Books & Awards: AIDS: Cases and Materials (with Closen, et al.), 1988; AIDS Law and Policy (with Babinski, et al.), 1995; Introduction to Legal English: An Introduction to Legal Terminology, Reasoning, and Writing in Plain English, 2d ed., 2001; Illinois Legal Res., 2003. Member: Order of John Marshall; SCRIBES.; ASIL. Consultantships: Bd. Mem., Legal Writing Inst., 1997-00; Bd. of Mgrs., Chgo. Bar Ass'n, 1998-00; Chair, Sect. on Int'l Legal Exchg., AALS, 1998, Chair, Sect. on Grad. Progs. for For. Lawyers, 2001, Chair, Sect. on No. Am. Coop., since 2004.

Jarrod Wong (University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law)
Session: Business Associations*
Bio: WONG, JARROD, (M) Ass't Prof. McGeorge. Law, 1995, Cambridge Univ., U.K.; LLM, 1996, Univ. of Chgo.; JD, 1999, Cal., Berkeley. Admitted: NY, 1997; CA, 1999. Assoc., Cravath, Swaine & Moore, NY, NY, 1; Assoc., Heller, Ehrman, San Fran., CA, 4; Leg. Advis., Iran-U.S. Claims Tribunal, Hague, Netherlands, 1; Assoc., O'Melveny & Myers, San Fran., CA, 1; Ass't. Prof., Univ. of Pacific, McGeorge Sch. of Law, 2007 - Pres. Subjects: Contracts; International Commercial Arbitration (S); Law of China; Remedies. Books & Awards: 1996, First Class Hon. in Law, Cambridge University.Member: Order of the Coif, Berkeley, 1999.

Pavel Wonsowicz (University of California, Los Angeles School of Law)
Session: Academic Support*
Bio: WONSOWICZ, PAVEL, Lect & Dir., Acad. Support Prog. U.C.L.A. JD, 1992, Boston Univ.; BA, 1988, Yale. Mng. Ed., B.U. Pub. Int. L.J. Admitted: MA, 1992; RI, 1996. Subjects: Environmental Law; Evidence; Legal Research & Writing; Products Liability. Consultantships: Chair, Acad. Support Com., AALS, 2009-10.

William J. Woodward, Jr. (Temple University, James E. Beasley School of Law)
Session: Conflict of Laws
Bio: WOODWARD, WILLIAM, J., JR. (M) Prof. Temple. BA, 1968, Pennsylvania; JD, 1975, Rutgers - Camden. Exec. Ed., Rut.-Cam. L.J. Admitted: PA, 1975. Trial Att'y, Dechert Price & Rhoads Phila., 1975-1980; Ass't Prof., Ind. Indpls., 1980-1983; Assoc. Prof., Ind. Indpls., 1983-1984; Assoc. Prof., Temple, 1984-1987; Prof., Temple, Since 1987; Vis. Prof., Pennsylvania, 1995. Subjects: Commercial Law; Contracts; Creditors' Rights; Remedies; Torts. Member: SALT; AAUP (Com. T., since 1996).; ALI. Consultantships: Pres., Temple Univ. Fac. Senate, 1988-89; Bus. Sect. Adv'r, U.C.C. Art. 1 Drafting Comm., ABA, since 1997.

Judith Margaret Wright (The University of Chicago, The Law School)
Session: Law Libraries
Bio: WRIGHT, JUDITH MARGARET, (F) Assoc. Dean, Library & Info. Servs. Univ. of Chicago. b.1944. BS, 1966, Memphis; MA, 1971, Grad. Lib. Sch., Univ. of Chgo.; JD, 1980, DePaul. Admitted: IL, 1980. Docs. Librarian, Univ. of Chgo., 1970-1974; Ref. Librarian, 1974-1977; Librarian & Lect., 1980-2000; Assoc. Dean, Library & Info. Servs., Since 2000. Member: AALL; Chgo. Ass'n of Law Libraries; ABA.

Ingrid B. Wuerth (Vanderbilt University Law School)
Session: Federal Courts
Bio: WUERTH, INGRID, B. (F) Prof. Vanderbilt. b.1967. JD, 1994, Univ. of Chgo.; BA, 1989, Univ. of No. Car. U. Chi. L. Rev. Admitted: PA, 1995. Clerk, Hon. Jan E. Dubois U.S.D.C. E.D. PA Phila., 1995-1996; Clerk, Hon. Jane R. Roth U.S.C.A. 3rd Cir. Wilmington DE, 1996-1997; Chancellor's Scholar, Alexander von Humboldt Fdn. Berlin, 1997-1998; Assoc., Dechert Price & Rhoads Phila. 1994-95, 1998-2000; Ass't Prof., Cincinnati, 2000-2003; Assoc. Prof., 2003-2005; Prof., Since 2005. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Comparative Law (S); Conflict of Laws; Foreign Relations Law; International Law. Member: Order of the Coif.

David N. Yellen (Loyola University Chicago School of Law)
Session: for the Law School Dean - Workshop for Deans-only
Bio: YELLEN, DAVID, N. (M) Dean & Prof. Loyola, Chicago. b.1957. BA, 1979, Princeton; JD, 1984, Cornell. Spec. Proj. Ed., Cornell L. Rev. Admitted: NJ, 1985; DC, 1985. Clerk, Judge C. Arlen Beam U.S.D.C. D. NE Omaha, 1984-1985; Assoc., Schwalb Donnenfeld Bray & Silbert DC, 1985-1987; Ass't Counsel, Com. on Jud. U.S. House of Reps. DC, 1987-1988; Ass't Prof., Hofstra, 1988-1994; Assoc. Prof., 1994-1997; Prof., 1997-2005; Vis. Prof., Cornell, 2000; Dean, Hofstra, 2001-2004; Reuschlein Dist. Vis. Prof., Villanova, 2004-2005; Dean & Prof., Loyola Chgo., Since 2005. Subjects: Criminal Law; Criminal Procedure; Juvenile Justice (S); Sentencing Reform (S). Books & Awards: Fed. Sentencing Law and Prac., 2000. Consultantships: Strategic Litig. Adv'y Bd., Families Against Mandatory Mins. Fdn., since 1995; Rptr., ABA Res. Proj. on Collateral Sanctions, 1990-91.

Kenji Yoshino (New York University School of Law)
Session: Law and the Humanities
Bio: YOSHINO, KENJI, (M) Ch. Just. Earl Warren Prof., Const'l Law New York Univ. b.1969. BA, 1991, Harvard; MSc, 1993, Oxford Univ.; JD, 1996, Yale. Arts. Ed., Yale L.J. Admitted: NY, 2008. Clerk, Hon. Guido Calabresi New Haven, 1996-1997; Assoc. Prof., Yale, 1997-2003; Prof., Since 2003; Dep. Dean, Intell'l Life, 2005-2006. Subjects: Antidiscrimination Law; Constituitonal Law; Constitutional Law; Japanese Law & Society; Law & Literature; Sexuality & the Law. Books & Awards: Covering: The Hidden Assault on Our Civil Rts., 2006. Member: Rhodes Scholar; Phi Beta Kapppa.

Professor Mariah Ananda Zeisberg (University of Michigan Department of Political Science)
Session: AALS Executive Committee and Institute of Constitutional Studies Joint Program

Mr. Carlos A. Zelaya, II (F. Gerald Maples, P.A.)
Benjamin C. Zipursky (Fordham University School of Law)
Session: Torts and Compensation Systems
Bio: ZIPURSKY, BENJAMIN, C. (M) Quinn Prof. Fordham. b.1960. JD, 1991, New York Univ; BA, 1982, Swarthmore Coll.; MA, 1985; PhD, 1987, Pittsburgh. Sr. Note & Comment Ed., N.Y.U. L. Rev. Admitted: NY, 1992. Vis. Ass't Prof., Phil. New York Univ., 1988; Clerk, Hon. Kimba M. Wood U.S.D.J. S.D.N.Y., 1991-1992; Assoc., Arnold & Porter NYC, 1992-1994; Vis. Ass't Prof., Pittsburgh, 1994-1995; Assoc. Prof., Fordham, 1995-2001; Assoc. Dean, Acad. Affrs., 2001-2003; Prof., Since 2001. Subjects: Jurisprudence; Tort Theory (S); Torts. Member: Am. Phil. Ass'n; COIF; Am. Soc. for Pol. & Legal Phil.

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