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2010 Mid-Year Meeting
Date: June 8 — 12, 2010
Location: Sheraton New York Hotel & Towers


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Bryan L. Adamson (Seattle University School of Law)
Session: Race and First-Year Courses: Contracts, Torts & Civil Procedure
Bio: ADAMSON, BRYAN, L. Assoc. Prof. Seattle. b.1963. PhB, 1985, Miami Univ.; BS, 1985; MA, 1987, Purdue Univ.; JD, 1990, Case Western Res. Admitted: OH, 1990; WA, 2003. Assoc. Att'y, Squire Sanders & Dempsey Cleve., 1990-1993; Ass't Prosecuting Att'y, Cuyahoga Cty. Prosecutor's Off. Cleve., 1994-1995; Assoc. Prof., Case Western Res., 1995-2002; Ass't Prof., Seattle, 2002-2006; Assoc. Prof., Since 2006. Subjects: Civil Practice Clinic; Mass Media Law & Policy. Consultantships: Exec. Bd., CLEA, since 2001; Exec. Bd., Sect. on Clin. Legal Educ., AALS, since 2000, Chair-Elect, 2002-03, Chair, 2003-04; Bd. Mem., SALT, since 2006.

Jonathan H. Adler (Case Western Reserve University School of Law)
Session: Plenary Session - The Global Warming Crisis: Property Law
Bio: ADLER, JONATHAN, H. Prof. & Dir., Cntr. for Bu Law & Reg. Case Western Re. b.1969. BA, 1991, Yale; JD, 2000, George Mason. Arts. Ed., Geo. Mason L. Rev. Admitted: VA, 2000. Dir./Fellow, Envtl. Studies Competitive Enterprise Inst. DC, 1991-2000; Clerk, Hon. David Sentelle U.S.C.A. DC Cir., 2000-2001; Ass't Prof., Case Western Res., 2001-2004; Assoc. Prof. & Dir., Cntr. for Bus. Law & Reg., 2004-2006; Prof. & Dir., Cntr. for Bus. Law & Reg., Since 2006. Subjects: Administrative Law; Constitutional Law; Election Law Seminar (S); Environmental Law; Environmental Law Seminar (S); International Environmental Law. Books & Awards: Environmentalism at the Crossroads, 1995; The Costs of Kyoto (Ed.), 1998; Ecology, Liberty & Prop. (Ed.), 2000; Paul M. Bator Award, 2004. 2007, CWRU Law Alumni Distinguished Teacher Award; 2001, GMUSL Distinguished Alumnus Award.Member: Mont Pelerin Society. Consultantships: Adv'y Bd., NFIB Legal Fdn., since 2001; Ed'l Bd., CATO Sup. Ct. Rev., since 2002; Bd. of Directors, Foundation for Research on Economics and the Environment, since 2008.

Muneer I. Ahmad (Yale Law School)
Session: Immigration & Profiling
Bio: AHMAD, MUNEER, I. Clin. Prof. of Law Yale. AB, 1993; JD, 1996, Harvard. Admitted: NY, 1997; CA, 1997; DC, 2003. Clerk, Hon. William K. Sessions III U.S.D.C. Burlington VT, 1996-1997; Skadden Fel., Asian Pacific Am. Legal Cntr. L.A., 1997-1999; Staff Att'y, 1999-2001; Ass't Prof., American, 2001-2004; Assoc. Prof., American, 2004 - 2007; Prof. of Law, American, 2007 - 2009. Subjects: Immigration Law; Worker and Immigrant Rights Advocacy Clinic. Consultantships: Bd. of Dirs., Global Workers Just. Alliance, since 2006; Bd. of Adv'rs, So. Asian Am. Leaders for Tomorrow, since 2006.

Raquel E. Aldana (University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law)
Session: Race & First Year Courses: Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure and Property
Bio: ALDANA, RAQUEL, E. (F) Prof. McGeorge. b.1972. BA, 1993, Ariz. St.; JD, 1997, Harvard. Arts. Ed., Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev. Admitted: AZ, 1997. Assoc., Jones Day Reavis & Pogue DC, 1997-1998; Att'y, Cntr. for Just. & Int'l Law DC, 1998-2001; Ass't Prof., Nevada Las Vegas, 2001-2003; Assoc. Prof., 2003-2006; Prof., Since 2006. Subjects: Criminal Law; Criminal Procedure; Immigration Law; International Human Rights; International Law. Member: LATCRIT, Inc.; Soc. of Am. Law Tchrs. (Bd.). Consultantships: Legal Adv'r, Cntr. for Just. & Int'l Law, since 2000.

Anthony V. Alfieri (University of Miami School of Law)
Session: Race & First Year Courses: Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure and Property
Bio: ALFIERI, ANTHONY, V. (M) Prof. & Dir., Cntr. for Ethics & Public Serv. Miami. b.1959. AB, 1981, Brown Univ.; JD, 1984, Columbia. Admitted: NY, 1985. Staff Att'y, The Legal Aid Soc. Bronx NY, 1984-1987; Clin. Assoc. Prof. & Adj. Prof., New York L.S., 1987-1990; Ass't Prof. & Dir., Clin. Studies Marquette, 1990-1991; Vis. Ass't Prof., Miami, 1991-1992; Assoc. Prof., 1992-1995; Dir., Cntr. for Ethics & Public Serv., Since 1996; Prof., Since 1996. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Clinical Teaching (S); Legal Profession. Books & Awards: Gary Bellow Scholar, 2004-, 5; Omicron Delta Kappa, 2002. Member: AALS (Exec. Com., Sect. on Clin. Educ. 2006-08).; ALI (Consult. Grp., Law Governing Lawyers, since 1998); AALS (Exec. Com., Sect. on Prof'l Respon., 1997-99). Consultantships: Bd. of Eds., Clin. Law Rev., 1993-96; Bd. of Dirs., Legal Servs. of Greater Miami, 1994-99; Ethics, Integrity & Accountability Task Force, Miami-Dade Cty. Comm. on Ethics, since 2007.

Deleso A. Alford (Florida A&M University College of Law)
Session: Race and the Law: The Course
Bio: ALFORD WASHINGTON, DELESO, A. Assoc. Prof. Florida A&M. BS, 1987, Southern Univ. A&M; JD, 1990, Southern Univ.; LLM, 2002, Georgetown. Admitted: LA, 1997. Law Clerk, U.S.D.O.J. Fed. Bureau of Prisons Kansas City MO 1990-91 Dublin CA 1991-92 Terminal Island CA, 1992-1995; Ass't Dir. of Human Resources, Univ. of MD Eastern Shore, 1999-2000; Ass't Prof., Barry, 2006 - 2008; Assoc. Prof. , Florida A&M Univ. Coll. of Law, 2009 - Pres. Subjects: Bioethics and the Law (S); Legal Research and Writing; Race and the Law (S); Torts. Member: Law and Society; Soc. of Am. Law Teachers.

Margalynne J. Armstrong (Santa Clara University School of Law)
Session: Plenary: Race Across the Curriculum & Law School: Race Law 101 and Beyond
Bio: ARMSTRONG, MARGALYNNE, J. (F) Assoc. Prof. Santa Clara. b.1956. BA, 1977, Earlham Coll.; JD, 1981, Cal., Berkeley. Assoc. Ed., Ecology L.Q. Admitted: CA, 1981; IL, 1985. Staff Att'y, Legal Aid Soc. of Alameda Cty. Hayward CA, 1982-1985; Assoc. in Law, Cal. Berkeley, 1985-1987; Vis. Ass't Prof., Santa Clara, 1987-1988; Ass't Prof., 1988-1994; Assoc. Prof., Since 1994; Visitor, Cal. Berkeley, 1995. Subjects: Comparative Law (S); Constitutional Law; Property; Race & the Law (S). Books & Awards: Privilege Revealed (with Wildman, Grillo & Davis), 1996; Myers Cntr. Award for Human Rts. in No. Am., 1997.

Elvia R. Arriola (Northern Illinois University College of Law)
Session: Race & Sexuality
Bio: ARRIOLA, ELVIA, R.* (F) Professor No. Illinois. BA, 1980, Cal. St., L.A.; JD, 1983, Cal., Berkeley; MA, 1990, New York Univ. Admitted: NY, 1985; TX, 1996. Karpatkin Fellowship Staff Att'y, A.C.L.U. National Off., New York City, 1983-1984; Ass't Att'y Gen., Civil Rts. Bureau, NY St. Dept. of Law, New York City, 1984-1989; Sr. Lecturer and Asst. Prof. of Law, Univ. of Texas, 1991-2000; Prof. of Law, Northern Illinois Univ., Since 2001. Subjects: Civil Rights; Constitutional Law I; Domestic Violence (S); Employment Law; Family Law; Federal Courts ; Gender and the Constitution (S); Legal Ethics ; Sexuality and the Law; Women, Law and the Global Economy (S). Member: Lambda Legal Defense & Educ. Fund (Bd. of Dirs., 1996-98); S.A.L.T. (1997-2003); AALS (Exec. Com., Gay & Lesbian Sect., since 1998). Consultantships: Adv'y Bd., Ass'n for Union Democracy, since 1991; Adv'y Bd., Nat'l Lawyers' Guild Practitioner, since 1999; Adv'y Bd., Georgetown Jour. of Gender & Law, since 1999; Exec. Dir., WOMEN ON THE BORDER, INC. , since 2000. visiting, Spring 2010.

Elvia R. Arriola (Northern Illinois University College of Law)
Session: Immigration & Profiling
Bio: ARRIOLA, ELVIA, R.* (F) Professor No. Illinois. BA, 1980, Cal. St., L.A.; JD, 1983, Cal., Berkeley; MA, 1990, New York Univ. Admitted: NY, 1985; TX, 1996. Karpatkin Fellowship Staff Att'y, A.C.L.U. National Off., New York City, 1983-1984; Ass't Att'y Gen., Civil Rts. Bureau, NY St. Dept. of Law, New York City, 1984-1989; Sr. Lecturer and Asst. Prof. of Law, Univ. of Texas, 1991-2000; Prof. of Law, Northern Illinois Univ., Since 2001. Subjects: Civil Rights; Constitutional Law I; Domestic Violence (S); Employment Law; Family Law; Federal Courts ; Gender and the Constitution (S); Legal Ethics ; Sexuality and the Law; Women, Law and the Global Economy (S). Member: Lambda Legal Defense & Educ. Fund (Bd. of Dirs., 1996-98); S.A.L.T. (1997-2003); AALS (Exec. Com., Gay & Lesbian Sect., since 1998). Consultantships: Adv'y Bd., Ass'n for Union Democracy, since 1991; Adv'y Bd., Nat'l Lawyers' Guild Practitioner, since 1999; Adv'y Bd., Georgetown Jour. of Gender & Law, since 1999; Exec. Dir., WOMEN ON THE BORDER, INC. , since 2000. visiting, Spring 2010.

Sameer M. Ashar (City University of New York, School of Law)
Session: Whiteness and Post Racialism
Bio: ASHAR, SAMEER, M. (M) Assoc. Dean for Clin. Progr. & Assoc. Prof. CUNY at Queens. b.1969. BA, 1991, Swarthmore Coll.; JD, 1996, Harvard. Lead Art. Ed., Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev. Admitted: CA, 1997; NY, 2000. Skadden Fellow/Staff Att'y, Lawyers' Cmte for Civil Rts., San Francisco, CA, 1996 - 1998; Associate, Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison, New York, NY, 1998 - 1999; Clerk, Hon. Deborah A. Batts U.S.D.C., S.D.N.Y., New York, NY, 1999-2000; Fellow/Adj. Prof., New York Univ., 2000-2002; Ass't Prof., Univ. of Maryland, 2002-2003; Assoc. Dean for Clinical Programs and Assoc. Prof., City Univ. of New York Sch. of Law, Since 2003. Subjects: Immigrant and Refugee Rights Clinic (S); Immigrant and Refugee Rights Clinic (S). Member: AALS Sect. on Poverty Law (Chair); Law and Soc. Ass'n (Board of Trustees).

Tom Baker (University of Pennsylvania Law School)
Session: Plenary Session: The Demography of Civil Litigation: What We Know
Bio: BAKER, TOM, (M) William Maul Measey Prof. of Law and Health Sciences Pennsylvania. b.1959. BA, 1982; JD, 1986, Harvard. Harv. L. Rev. Admitted: MA, 1987; DC, 1988. Clerk, Hon. Torruella U.S.C.A. 1st Cir. San Juan, 1986-1987; Assoc., Covington & Burling DC, 1987-1991; Assoc. Indepen. Counsel, Off. of Indepen. Counsel - Walsh DC, 1991-1992; Assoc. Prof., Miami, 1992-1997; Vis. Prof., Hebrew Univ. of Jerusalem Israel, 1996-1997; Connecticut Mutual Prof. & Dir., Univ. of Connecticut Sch. of Law, 1997 - 2008; Fulbright Vis. Prof., Hebrew Univ. of Jerusalem Israel, 2001-2002; Vist. Lect., Yale Law Sch., 2002; Cunningham Vis. Prof., Columbia, 2006; Visit. Prof., Vanderbilt Univ. Law Sch., 2008. Subjects: Contracts; Health Law; Insurance; Torts. Books & Awards: Embracing Risk: The Changing Culture of Ins. and Responsibility (with J. Simon), 2002; The Med. Malpractice Myth, 2005; Ins. Law and Policy, 2008. Member: Law & Econ. Ass'n; Law & Soc. Ass'n; Soc'y Empirical Leg. Stud. Consultantships: Chair, Sect. on Ins., AALS, 2002-03; Scientific Com., Int'l Assn for the Study of Insurance Economics, since 2004.

R. Richard Banks (Stanford Law School)
Session: Race, Family & Sexuality
Bio: BANKS, R., RICHARD (M) Jackson Eli Reynolds Prof. Stanford. b.1964. AB, 1987; AM, 1987, Stanford; JD, 1994, Harvard. Admitted: CA, 1995. Att'y, O'Melveny & Myers San Fran., 1994-1995; Reginald Lewis Fel., Harvard, 1996-1997; Jud. Clerk, Hon. Barrington D. Parker Jr. U.S.D.C. S.D. NY, 1997-1998; Ass't Prof., Stanford, 1998-2001; Assoc. Prof., 2001-2004; Prof., Since 2004. Subjects: Constitutional Law (S); Family Law; Race & the Law (S); Race and the Law (S).

Taunya Lovell Banks (University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law)
Session: Colorism
Bio: BANKS, TAUNYA LOVELL, (F) Jacob A. France Prof. of Equality Jurisp. & Francis & Harriet Iglehard Res. Prof. of Law Maryland. b.1945. BA, 1965, Syracuse; JD, 1968, Howard. Recent Dev. Ed., How. L.J. Admitted: MS, 1969. Consult., Voter Educ. Proj. MS, 1968-1969; Staff Att'y, Lawyer's Const. Def. Com. Jackson MS, 1969; Dir., MS Cntr. for Elected Off. at Tougaloo Coll., 1969-1970; Ass't Prof., Jackson St. Univ., 1972-1976; Ass't Prof., Texas Southern, 1976-1978; Assoc. Prof., 1978-1984; Assoc. Dean, 1981-1983; Prof., 1984-1985; Vis. Prof., Tulsa, 1984-1985; Prof., 1985-1989; Prof., Maryland, Since 1989. Subjects: Asian Americans and the Law; Civil Rights (S); Constitutional Law; Law and Literature (S); Law in Film (S); Torts. Books & Awards: Screening Just. (with Strickland & Foster), 2006. Member: AALS Exec. Com. (1994-97); ALI; LSAC (Bd. of Trustees, 1996-99, 2000-02). Consultantships: Ed'l Bd., Law & Society Review, 2000-02; Ed'l Bd., JLE, 2003-06.

D. Benjamin Barros (Widener University School of Law)
Session: Breakout I - What Does the Mortgage Crisis Teach Us About the Political Economy of Home Ownership?
Bio: BARROS, D. BENJAMIN, (M) Assoc. Prof. (Harrisburg). Widener. b.1969. AB, 1991, Colgate Univ.; JD, 1996, Fordham. Notes & Arts. Ed., Fordham L. Rev. Admitted: NY, 1997. Clerk, Hon. Milton Pollack U.S.D.C. S.D.N.Y NYC, 1996-1997; Assoc., Debevoise & Plimpton NYC, 1997-2000; Assoc., Latham & Watkins NYC, 2000-2004; Assoc. Prof., WIdener, Since 2004. Subjects: Business Associations; Property. Member: Coif.

Vicki L. Been (New York University School of Law)
Session: Welcome and Introduction - Workshop on Property Law
Bio: BEEN, VICKI, L. Boxer Family Prof. of Law New York Univ. BS, 1978, Colorado St. Univ.; JD, 1983, New York Univ. Admitted: NY, 1984. Clerk, Judge Edward Weinfeld NYC, 1983-1984; Clerk, Just. Harry Blackmun DC, 1984-1985; Assoc., Debevoise & Plimpton NYC, 1986-1987; Assoc. Counsel, Off. of Indepen. Counsel: Iran/Contra DC, 1987-1988; Assoc. Prof., Rutgers Newark, 1988-1990; Assoc. Prof., New York Univ., 1990-1994; Prof., Since 1994; Vis. Prof., Harvard, 1995-1996. Subjects: Colloquium on Urban Affairs; Empirical Issues in Land Use & Environmental Law (S); Environmental Justice (S); Land Use Planning; Local Government (S); Property; Takings Jurisprudence. Books & Awards: Land Use Controls (with R.C. Ellickson), 2005. Member: Phi Kappa Phi.; Order of the Coif.

Vicki L. Been (New York University School of Law)
Session: Plenary Session - Inequality and the Subprime Mortgage Crisis
Bio: BEEN, VICKI, L. Boxer Family Prof. of Law New York Univ. BS, 1978, Colorado St. Univ.; JD, 1983, New York Univ. Admitted: NY, 1984. Clerk, Judge Edward Weinfeld NYC, 1983-1984; Clerk, Just. Harry Blackmun DC, 1984-1985; Assoc., Debevoise & Plimpton NYC, 1986-1987; Assoc. Counsel, Off. of Indepen. Counsel: Iran/Contra DC, 1987-1988; Assoc. Prof., Rutgers Newark, 1988-1990; Assoc. Prof., New York Univ., 1990-1994; Prof., Since 1994; Vis. Prof., Harvard, 1995-1996. Subjects: Colloquium on Urban Affairs; Empirical Issues in Land Use & Environmental Law (S); Environmental Justice (S); Land Use Planning; Local Government (S); Property; Takings Jurisprudence. Books & Awards: Land Use Controls (with R.C. Ellickson), 2005. Member: Phi Kappa Phi.; Order of the Coif.

Vicki L. Been (New York University School of Law)
Session: Planning Committee for Workshop on Property
Bio: BEEN, VICKI, L. Boxer Family Prof. of Law New York Univ. BS, 1978, Colorado St. Univ.; JD, 1983, New York Univ. Admitted: NY, 1984. Clerk, Judge Edward Weinfeld NYC, 1983-1984; Clerk, Just. Harry Blackmun DC, 1984-1985; Assoc., Debevoise & Plimpton NYC, 1986-1987; Assoc. Counsel, Off. of Indepen. Counsel: Iran/Contra DC, 1987-1988; Assoc. Prof., Rutgers Newark, 1988-1990; Assoc. Prof., New York Univ., 1990-1994; Prof., Since 1994; Vis. Prof., Harvard, 1995-1996. Subjects: Colloquium on Urban Affairs; Empirical Issues in Land Use & Environmental Law (S); Environmental Justice (S); Land Use Planning; Local Government (S); Property; Takings Jurisprudence. Books & Awards: Land Use Controls (with R.C. Ellickson), 2005. Member: Phi Kappa Phi.; Order of the Coif.

Bethany Berger (University of Connecticut School of Law)
Session: Race, Sovereignty & Political Identity
Bio: BERGER, BETHANY, (F) Prof. Connecticut. BA, 1990, Wesleyan Univ.; JD, 1996, Yale. Yale J. L. & Feminism. Admitted: AZ, 1997; NY, 2000. Dir., Native Am. Youth Law Proj. DNA-People's Legal Servs. Window Rock AZ, 1996-1999; Mng. Att'y, Advocate for Children NYC, 1999-2001; Res. Prof., Connecticut, 2001-2004; Ass't Prof., Wayne St., 2004-2006; Professor, Connecticut, Since 2006. Subjects: American Indian Law; Conflict of Laws; Property; Tribal Justice Systems (S). Books & Awards: Cohen's Hdbk. of Fed. Indian Law (with N. Newton, et al.), 2005; Am. Indian Law: Cases and Commentary (with Robert Anderson, Philip Frickey & Sarah Krakoff), 2008. Member: Phi Beta Kappa. Consultantships: Chair, Indian Nations & Indigenous People's Sect., AALS, 2004-05; Judge, Southwest Intertribal Ct. of App., since 2005.

Frederic M. Bloom (Brooklyn Law School)
Session: Plenary Session: Teaching the Three Hardest Cases
Bio: BLOOM, FREDERIC, M. (M) Assoc. Prof. Brooklyn. BA, 1997, Wash., St. Louis; JD, 2002, Stanford. Stan. L. Rev. Clerk, Hon. Sidney Thomas 9th Cir. Ct. of App. Billings MT, 2002-2003; Clerk, Ch. Judge Marilyn Hall Patel U.S.D.C. N.D. CA San Fran., 2003-2004; Ass't Prof., St. Louis, 2004 - 2008; Vis. Prof., UCLA Sch. of Law, 2008 - 2009. Subjects: Civil Procedure. Member: Phi Beta Kappa.; Order of the Coif.

Frederic M. Bloom (Brooklyn Law School)
Session: Emerging Methods: Three Ideas - Concurrent Session #1
Bio: BLOOM, FREDERIC, M. (M) Assoc. Prof. Brooklyn. BA, 1997, Wash., St. Louis; JD, 2002, Stanford. Stan. L. Rev. Clerk, Hon. Sidney Thomas 9th Cir. Ct. of App. Billings MT, 2002-2003; Clerk, Ch. Judge Marilyn Hall Patel U.S.D.C. N.D. CA San Fran., 2003-2004; Ass't Prof., St. Louis, 2004 - 2008; Vis. Prof., UCLA Sch. of Law, 2008 - 2009. Subjects: Civil Procedure. Member: Phi Beta Kappa.; Order of the Coif.

Robert G. Bone (Boston University School of Law)
Session: Emerging Methods: Three Ideas - Concurrent Session #3
Bio: BONE, ROBERT, G. (M) Robert Kent Prof. in Civil Proc. Boston Uni. b.1951. BA, 1973, Stanford Univ.; JD, 1978, Harvard. Admitted: MA, 1978. Clerk, W. Arthur Garrity Jr. U.S.D.C. Boston, 1978-1979; Assoc., Hill & Barlow Boston, 1979-1983; Ass't Prof., Southern Cal., 1983-1985; Assoc. Prof., 1985-1986; Vis. Assoc. Prof., Boston Univ., 1986-1987; Assoc. Prof., 1987-1989; Prof., Since 1989; Assoc. Dean, Spec. Projs., 1992-1994; Vis. Prof., Columbia, 1999; Vis. Prof., Harvard, 2001; Vis. Prof., Univ. of Texas, 2009. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Complex Litigation; Game Theory & Litigation (S); Intellectual Property; Jurisprudence (S). Books & Awards: The Economics of Civil Proc., 2003. Member: Am. Law & Econ. Assn.; ALI. Consultantships: Exec. Com., AALS Sect. on Civil Proc., 1994-95; Adv'y Com., Litig. Proc. & Dispute Resolu. Abstracts, since 1997; Exec. Comm., AALS Section on Scholarship , since 2007.

Deirdre Bowen (Seattle University School of Law)
Session: Race and Law School Climate
Bio: BOWEN, DEIRDRE, (F) Assoc. Prof. of Lawyering Skills Seattle. BA (Hons), 1987, Boston Univ.; JD, 1990, University of Buffalo Sch. of Law; PHD, 2002, Univ. of Washington Dep. of Sociology. Admitted: NY, 1991; MA, 1991; DC, 1991. Subjects: Criminal Law; Dissolution and Related Issues; Legal Research and Writing. Books & Awards: 1995, Norman S. Haynor Award; 1990, Adolf Homberger Award in Civil Procedure.

Ray Brescia (Albany Law School)
Session: Plenary Session - Inequality and the Subprime Mortgage Crisis
Bio: BRESCIA, RAY, (M) Ass't Prof. Albany. b.1967. BA, 1989, Fordham; JD, 1992, Yale. Staff Attorney -- Skadden Fel., Legal Aid Soc. of New York, New York City, 1992 - 1995; Judical Law Clerk, Hon. Constance Baker Motley, New York City, 1995 - 1996; Staff Att'y, Legal Aid Soc. of New York, New York City, 1996 - 1997; Staff Att'y, New Haven Legal Assist., New Haven, CT, 1997 - 1998; Proj. Dir., Urban Just. Cntr., New York City, 1998 - 2005; Assoc. Dir., Urban Just. Cntr., New York City, 2006 - 2007; Vis. Assistant Prof., Albany Law Sch., 2007 - 2009; Ass't Prof., Albany Law Sch., 2009 - Pres. Subjects: Environmental Law -- Practice and Procedure (S); Introduction to Federal Civil Procedure; Law and the Disadvantaged (S); Legal Profession; Property. Books & Awards: 1992, Yale Law School, Charles Albom Prize for Appellate Advocacy (co-recipient).

Alfred L. Brophy (University of North Carolina School of Law)
Session: Plenary Session - The Core of Property: What is Essential in the First Year
Bio: BROPHY, ALFRED, L. (M) Prof. Univ. of No. Ca. b.1966. AB, 1987, Univ. of Pennsylvania; JD, 1990, Columbia; AM, 1993; PHD, 2001, Harvard Univ. Ed., Colum. L. Rev. Admitted: NY, 1992. Clerk, Hon. John D. Butzner U.S.C.A. 4th Cir. Richmond VA, 1990-1991; Assoc., Skadden Arps Slate Meagher & Flom NYC, 1991-1992; Mellon Fellow in the Humanities, Harvard, 1992-1994; Ass't Prof., Oklahoma City, 1994-1997; Assoc. Prof., 1997-1999; Prof., 1999-2001; Vis. Prof., Boston Coll., 2000-2001; Prof., Alabama, 2001 - 2008; Reef C. Ivey II Prof., Univeristy of North Carolina, 2008 - Pres. Subjects: Estates and Trusts; Legal History (S); Property; Remedies. Books & Awards: Reconstructing the Dreamland: The Tulsa Race Riot of 1921-Race, Reparations, Reconciliation, 2002; Reparations Pro and Con, 2006; Transformations in Am. Legal Hist. (with Hamilton), 2009. Member: Am Soc. for Legal Hist. Consultantships: Bd. of Dirs., OK Indian Legal Servs., 1997-01, Pres., 1999-00; Bk. Rev. Ed., Law & Hist. Rev., since 2003.

Carol N. Brown (University of North Carolina School of Law)
Session: Planning Committee for Workshop on Property
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.; LLM, 1995, Duke; JD, 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: Race and the Corporate Curriculum
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.

Hillary Burgess (Hofstra University School of Law)
Session: AALS Luncheon- Workshop on Property, Saturday (Works-In-Progress Roundtables)
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).

Elizabeth N. Burleson (University of South Dakota School of Law)
Session: Breakout II - Global Warming #1
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.

Paul Butler (The George Washington University Law School)
Session: Criminal Justice
Bio: BUTLER, PAUL, (M) Carville Dickinson Benson Res. Prof. Geo. Was. b.1961. BA, 1982, Yale; JD, 1986, Harvard. Admitted: NY, 1987; DC, 1988. Clerk, Hon. Mary Johnson Lowe U.S.D.C. S.D.N.Y. NYC, 1986-1987; Assoc., Williams & Connolly DC, 1987-1990; Trial Att'y, Dep't of Just. Crim. Div. Public Integrity Sect. DC, 1990-1993; Assoc. Prof., Geo. Wash., 1993-2000; Vis. Assoc. Prof., Pennsylvania, 1999; Prof., Geo. Wash., Since 2000. Subjects: Criminal Law; Criminal Procedure; Race, Racism & Law. Member: ALI.

Hannah L. Buxbaum (Indiana University Maurer School of Law)
Session: Plenary Session: Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign-Country Judgments: Domestic and Comparative Perspectives
Bio: BUXBAUM, HANNAH, L. Exec. Assoc. Dean, Acad. Affrs., & Prof. Ind., Maurer. b.1966. BA, 1987, Cornell Univ.; JD, 1992, Cornell; LLM, 1993, Univ. of Heidelberg. Arts. Ed., Cornell L. Rev. Admitted: NY, 1993. Assoc., Davis Polk & Wardwell NYC, 1993-1997; Assoc. Prof., Ind. Bloomington, 1997-2003; Prof., Since 2003. Subjects: Commercial Law; Comparative Law; Contracts; International Business Transactions; International Litigation (S). Member: ALI.; COIF; ASIL; IACL.

Bennett Capers (Hofstra University School of Law)
Session: Race & Sexuality
Bio: CAPERS, BENNETT, Assoc. Prof. Hofstra. BA, 1988, Princeton; JD, 1991, Columbia. Admitted: NY, 1991. Ass't U.S. Att'y, NY, 1995-2004. Subjects: Criminal Law; Criminal Procedure; Evidence; Law & Literature; Race and the Law (S). Books & Awards: Hofstra Univ. Dist. Lecture, 2006. 2009, Stessin Award.

Devon Wayne Carbado (University of California, Los Angeles School of Law)
Session: Workshop on "Post Racial Civil Rights Law Introduction
Bio: CARBADO, DEVON WAYNE, (M) Prof. & V-Dean for Fac. and Res. 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.

Ann E. Carlson (University of California, Los Angeles School of Law)
Session: Breakout Session - Global Warming Crisis: Thinking Holistically
Bio: CARLSON, ANN, E. (F) Prof. U.C.L.A. b.1960. BA, 1982, Cal., Santa Barbara; JD, 1989, Harvard. Admitted: CA, 1989. Assoc., Hall & Phillips L.A., 1989-1994; Acting Prof., U.C.L.A., 1995-2001; Prof., Since 2001; Assoc. Dean, 2003-2006. Subjects: Environmental Law; Environmental Law Clinic; Property. Books & Awards: Envt'l Law (with Findley, Farber & Freeman), 2006. Member: Phi Beta Kappa.

Paul D. Carrington (Duke University School of Law)
Session: Plenary Session: The Return of Pleading: Twombley and Iqbal in Federal and State Courts
Bio: CARRINGTON, PAUL, D. (M) Professor Duke. b.1931. BA, 1952, Univ. of Texas; LLB, 1955, Harvard. Admitted: TX, 1955; OH, 1964; MI, 1970. Tchg. Fel., Harvard, 1957-1958; Ass't Prof., Wyoming, 1958-1960; Ass't Prof., Indiana Univ., 1960-1962; Assoc. Prof., Ohio St., 1962-1964; Prof., 1964-1965; Prof., Michigan, 1965-1978; Dean, Duke, 1978-1988; Prof., 1978-1989; Harry R. Chadwick, 1989-2001; Prof., Since 2001. Subjects: Appeals; Civil Procedure; History of Legal Profession; Legal Profession; Transnational Dispute Resolution. Books & Awards: Just. on Appeal (with Meador & Rosenberg), 1977; Civil Proc. (3d ed, with Babcock), 1983; Stewards of Democracy: Law as a Public Profession, 1999; Spreading America's Word, 2005; Law and Class in America: Trends Since the Cold War (ed. with T. Jones), 2006; Reforming the Court: Term Limits for Sup. Ct. Justices (ed. with Cromton), 2006. Member: Am. Acad. of Arts & Scis.; ABF (Fellow); Am. Acad. of Appellate Lawyers; ALI. Consultantships: Rptr., Adv'y Com., Fed. Rules of Civil Proc., 1985-92; Panel on Law & Sci., Nat'l Acad. of Sci., 2000-06.

Joe S. Cecil, Ph.D. (Federal Judicial Center )
Session: Plenary Session: The Demography of Civil Litigation: What We Know

Robert S. Chang (Seattle University School of Law)
Session: Plenary: Race Across the Curriculum & Law School: Race Law 101 and Beyond
Bio: CHANG, ROBERT, S. Prof. and Director, Fred T. Korematsu Cntr. for Law and Equality Seattle. b.1967. AB, 1988, Princeton; MA, 1992, Duke; JD, 1992, Duke. Vis. Ass't Prof., Golden Gate, 1993-1994; Assoc. Prof., Cal. Western, 1994-1998; Assoc. Prof., Loyola L.A., 1998-2000; Prof., Loyola L.A., 2000 - 2008; Prof., Seattle, 2008 - Pres. Subjects: Asian Americans and the Law (S); Contracts; Critical Race Theory; Jurisprudence (S); Latinas, Latinos and the Law (S); Property. Books & Awards: Disoriented: Asian Americans, Law, and the Nation-State, 1999. 2009, Clyde Ferguson Award, Minority Groups Section AALS.Consultantships: Bd. Mem., Conference of Asian Pacific American Law Faculty, since 2006; Co-Chair, LatCrit, since 2008; Member, Amicus Com., National Asian Pacific American Bar Association, since 2009.

Guy-Uriel E. Charles (Duke University School of Law)
Session: Plenary: The Legal (Re)production of Inequality
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).

Sumi K. Cho (DePaul University College of Law)
Session: Plenary: Race Across the Curriculum & Law School: Race Law 101 and Beyond
Bio: CHO, SUMI, K. (F) Professor DePaul. BA, 1984; JD, 1990, Cal., Berkeley; PhD, 1992, Cal., Berkeley. Ass't Prof., Pol. Sci. Oregon, 1993-1994; Fac. Fel., Iowa, 1994-1995; Ass't Prof., De Paul, 1995-1998; Assoc. Prof., 1998-2001; Vis. Prof., Michigan, 1999; Prof., De Paul, Since 2001. Subjects: Critical Race Theory (S); Economic Justice, Identities & Markets; Employment Discrimination Law; Race, Racism & U.S. Law; Remedies. Member: Ass'n for Asian-Am. Studies. Consultantships: Bd. of Dirs., LatCrit, Inc., since 2000; Bd. of Dirs., Asian Am. Just. Cntr., since 2005.

Brietta R. Clark (Loyola Law School )
Session: Plenary: The Future of Race, Law and Civil Rights: Asking the Hard Questions
Bio: CLARK, BRIETTA, R. (F) Prof. Loyola, LA. b.1972. BA, 1993, Univ. of Chgo.; JD, 1999, Southern Cal. Admitted: CA, 1999. Assoc., Sidley & Austin L.A., 1999-2001; Professor, Loyola L.A., Since 2001. Subjects: Business Associations; Health Care Law.

Kevin M. Clermont (Cornell Law School)
Session: Plenary Session: The Return of Pleading: Twombley and Iqbal in Federal and State Courts
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., 1989 - 2009; Robert D. Ziff Prof., 2009 - Pres. 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.

Edward H. Cooper (The University of Michigan Law School)
Session: Plenary Session: Big Topics, Shrinking Credits
Bio: COOPER, EDWARD, H. (M) Thomas M. Cooley Prof. Michigan. b.1941. AB, 1961, Dartmouth Coll.; LLB, 1964, Harvard. Harv. L. Rev. Admitted: MI, 1965. Clerk, Clifford O'Sullivan, 1964-1965; Adj. Prof., Wayne St., 1965-1967; Priv. Prac., Detroit, 1965-1967; Assoc. Prof., Minnesota, 1967-1972; Prof., Michigan, Since 1972; Assoc. Dean, Acad. Affrs., 1981-1994. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Conflict of Laws. Books & Awards: Fed. Prac. & Procedure: Juris. (with Wright, Miller & others)., 0. Member: ALI (Coun.).

Frank Rudy Cooper (Suffolk University Law School)
Session: Immigration & Profiling
Bio: COOPER, FRANK RUDY, (M) Assoc. Prof. Suffolk. b.1968. BA, 1991, Amherst Coll.; JD, 1995, Duke. Staff Ed., Duke J. of Gender, L. & Poly. Ass't Prof., Villanova, 2000-2004; Assoc. Prof., Suffolk, Since 2004. Subjects: Civil Rights; Constitutional Law; Criminal Law; Criminal Procedure; Critical Race Theory (S); Employment Discrimination; Law & Cultural Studies (S). Member: Latina/o Critical Legal Theory; Law, Culture & Humanities; SALT. Consultantships: Prog. Chair, Law & Humanities Sect., AALS, since 2006; , Chair-elect, since 2007.

Kimberle W. Crenshaw (Columbia University School of Law)
Session: Plenary: The Future of Race, Law and Civil Rights: Asking the Hard Questions
Bio: CRENSHAW, KIMBERLE, W. (F) Prof. Columbia. b.1959. BA, 1981, Cornell; JD, 1984, Harvard; LLM, 1985, Wisconsin. Clerk, Just. Shirley S. Abrahamson WI Sup. Ct., 1985-1986; Ass't Prof., U.C.L.A., 1986-1989; Acting Prof., 1989-1992; Prof., Since 1992. Subjects: Civil Rights (S); Criminal Law (Substantive).

Gilda Daniels (University of Baltimore School of Law)
Session: Race & Democracy / Voting
Bio: DANIELS, GILDA, (F) Ass't Prof. Baltimore. JD, 1990, New York Univ. Admitted: GA, 1993; DC, 1998. Law Clerk, U.S. Eleventh Cir. Ct. of App., Tallahassee, FL, 1990 - 1992; Staff Att'y, Southern Cntr. for Human Rts., Atlanta, GA, 1992 - 1995; Staff Att'y, U.S. Dep. of Justice, Civil Rts. Division, Voting Sect., Washington, DC, 1995 - 1998; Staff Att'y, Lawyers' Com. for Civil Rts. Under Law, Washington, DC, 1998 - 2000; Dep. Ch., U.S. Dep. of Justice, Civil Rts. Division, Voting Sect., Washington, DC, 2000 - 2006; Ass't Prof., Univ. of Balt. Sch. of Law, 2006 - Pres. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Critical Legal Theory; Election Law (S). Member: .

Angela J. Davis (American University, Washington College of Law)
Session: Criminal Process Reform
Bio: DAVIS, ANGELA, J. (F) Prof. American. b.1956. BA, 1978, Howard; JD, 1981, Harvard. Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev. Admitted: DC, 1982. Clerk, Ch. Judge Theodore R. Newman Jr. DC Ct. of Apps., 1981-1982; Staff Att'y, Public Defender Serv. DC, 1982-1988; Dep. Dir., 1988-1991; Dir., 1991-1994; Exec. Dir., Nat'l Rainbow Coalition DC, 1994-1995; Vis. Assoc. Prof., Geo. Wash., 1995-1996; Vis. Assoc. Prof., American, 1996-1997; Assoc. Prof., 1997-2001; Prof., Since 2001. Subjects: Criminal Defense: Theory & Practice; Criminal Law; Criminal Procedure. Books & Awards: Ass'n of Am. Publishers 2007 Prof'l and Scholarly Pub. Div. Award for Excellence in the Law and Legal Studies Div. , 2007; Arbitrary Justice: The Power of the Am. Prosecutor, 2007; Trial Stories (with Michael E. Tigar), 2007; Basic Crim. Proc. (with Saltzburg & Capra), 5th ed., 2009. 2009, Pauline Ruyle Moore award for scholarly contribution in the ar; 2002, American University Faculty Award for Outstanding Teaching in a Full-Time Appointment; 2009, American University Faculty Award for Outstanding Scholarship, Research, Creative Activity, and Othe.Member: Thurgood Marshall Inn of Ct. (Barrister, 1990-91).; Phi Beta Kappa; Pi Sigma Alpha. Consultantships: Bd. of Dirs., So. Cntr. for Human Rts., since 1995; Bd. of Dirs., Peter Cicchino Social Just. Fdn., since 2000; Adv'y Bd., Prosecution & Racial Justice Proj., Vera Institute of Justice, since 2005; Bd. of Directors, The Sentencing Project, since 2008.

Peggy Cooper Davis (New York University School of Law)
Session: Race and Law School Climate
Bio: DAVIS, PEGGY, COOPER (F) John S.R. Shad Prof. of Lawyering & Ethics & Dir., Lawyering Prog. New York Univ. b.1943. BA, 1964, Western Coll. for Women; JD, 1968, Harvard. Admitted: NY, 1969. Grad. Study, New York Soc. of Freudian Psychologists, 1972-73. Staff Att'y, Williamsburg Legal Servs. NYC, 1968-1969; Reginald Heber Smith Fel., Community Action for Legal Servs. NYC, 1969-1970; Assoc., Poletti Freidin Prashken Feldman & Gurtner NYC, 1970-1972; Clerk, Hon. Robert L. Carter NYC, 1972-1973; Staff Att'y, NAACP Legal Defense Fund NYC, 1973-1977; Assoc. Prof., Rutgers Newark, 1977-1978; Dep. Crim. Just. Coord., NYC, 1979-1980; Judge, Family Ct. St. of NY NYC, 1980-1983; Assoc. Prof., New York Univ., 1983-1987; Prof., Since 1987; Dir., Lawyering Prog., Since 1999; Frances Lewis Scholar-in-Res., Wash. & Lee, 2000. Subjects: Child Welfare Administration; Family Law; Lawyering; Lawyering Theory (S); The Family and the State. Books & Awards: Neglected Stories: The Const. and Family Values, 1997; Enacting Pleasure, 2010. 2008, Distinguished Teaching Award.Consultantships: Dir., Russell Sage Fdn., 1989-99, Chair, Bd. of Dirs., 1996-99.

Joseph W. Dellapenna (Villanova University School of Law)
Session: Breakout II - Global Warming #1
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: Director, Model Water Code Proj., American Society of Civil Engineers, since 1995; 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.

Vincent Di Lorenzo (St. John's University School of Law)
Session: Breakout II - The Mortgage Crisis #1
Bio: DI LORENZO, VINCENT, (M) Professor St. John's. b.1953. BA, 1975, Pace; JD, 1978, Columbia. Assoc. Arts. Ed., Colum. J.L. & Soc. Probs. Admitted: NY, 1979; PA, 1985. Assoc., Cadwalader Wickersham & Taft NYC, 1978-1983; Ass't Prof., Wharton Sch. Univ. of Pennsylvania, 1983-1986; Assoc. Prof., St. John's, 1986-1989; Prof., St. John's, Since 1989. Subjects: Banking; Legislation; Property; Real Estate Transactions. Books & Awards: Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar, Columbia., 0; Basic Legal Transactions, 1985, 1988; The Law of Condominiums and Cooperatives, 1990; Banks and the Securities Laws (vol. 5, Treatise on Banking Law), 1981, 1992; New York Condominium and Cooperative Law, 1984, 2d ed., 1995.

Steven J. Eagle (George Mason University School of Law)
Session: Plenary Session - Property in Dangerous Packages: Subprime and Skin the Game
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.

Theodore Eisenberg (Cornell Law School)
Session: Plenary Session: The Demography of Civil Litigation: What We Know
Bio: EISENBERG, THEODORE, (M) Henry Allen Mark Prof. of Law & Adj. Prof. of Statistical Sciences Cornell. b.1947. AB, 1969, Swarthmore; JD, 1972, Pennsylvania. Arts. Ed., U. Pa. L. Rev.; Articles Editor, U.Pa.L.Rev. Admitted: PA, 1972; NY, 1974; CA, 1977. Clerk, U.S.C.A. DC Cir. DC, 1972-1973; Clerk, Ch. Just. Earl Warren U.S. Sup. Ct. DC, 1973; Assoc., Debevoise & Plimpton NY, 1974-1977; Acting Prof. & Prof., U.C.L.A., 1977-1982; Vis. Prof., Cornell, 1981-1982; Prof., Cornell, 1982-1996; Vis. Prof., Harvard 1984-85, 2004-2004; Vis. Prof., Stanford, 1987; Henry Allen Mark Prof., Cornell, Since 1996; Vis. Prof., Harvard, 2004; Vis. Prof., Collegio Carlo Alberto IEL Turin Italy, 2006-2007; Vis. Prof., NYU, 2007; Adj. Prof. of Statistical Sciences, Cornell, Ithaca, NY, 2008 - Pres; Vis. Prof., Tel Aviv Univ., 2009. Subjects: Bankruptcy; Civil Rights Legislation; Constitutional Remedies; Empirical Studies (S); Employment Discrimination (S); Federal Income Taxation. Books & Awards: Debtor-Creditor Law Treatise (Ed.-in-Ch.)., 0; Debtor-Creditor Law, 3d ed., 2004; Civil Rts. Legislation, 5th ed., 2004; Commercial and Debtor-Creditor Law: Selected Statutes (with Baird & Jackson), 2009. 2007, Provost's award for outstanding scholarship.Member: Royal Statistical Soc. (Fellow); Law & Soc. Assn.; NSF Grantee. Consultantships: Ed'l Bd., Am. Law & Econ. Rev.; Ed., J. Empirical Legal Studies.; Adv'r, National Center for State Courts, since 2000.

Howard M. Erichson (Fordham University School of Law)
Session: Plenary Session: Teaching the Three Hardest Cases
Bio: ERICHSON, HOWARD, M. (M) Prof. Fordham. b.1962. AB, 1985, Harvard; JD, 1990, New York Univ. Ed.-in-Ch., N.Y.U. L. Rev. Admitted: NJ, 1990; NY, 1991. Clerk, Just. Stewart G. Pollock NJ Sup. Ct. Morristown, 1990-1991; Clerk, Ch. Judge James Oakes U.S.C.A. 2d Cir. NYC, 1991-1992; Assoc., Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton NYC, 1992-1995; Ass't Prof., Seton Hall, 1995-1998; Adj. Prof., Fordham, 1996-1997; Assoc. Prof., Seton Hall, 1998-2001; Vis. Scholar, New York Univ., 2001-2002; Prof., Since 2001; Nathaniel Fensterstock Vis. Prof., Columbia, 2002; Vis. Prof., Vanderbilt, 2005. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Comparative Procedure; Complex Litigation; Professional Responsibility; Torts. Member: COIF; ALI. Consultantships: Mem., NJ Civil Prac. Com., since 2000; Mem., 3d Cir. Task Force on Selection of Class Counsel, 2001-02; Adv'r, ALI Principles of Aggregate Litig., since 2004.

Christopher Fairman (The Ohio State University, Michael E. Moritz College of Law)
Session: Plenary Session: The Return of Pleading: Twombley and Iqbal in Federal and State Courts
Bio: FAIRMAN, CHRISTOPHER, (M) Prof. Ohio State. b.1960. BA, 1982; JD, 1994, Univ. of Texas. Assoc. Ed., Tex. L. Rev. Admitted: TX, 1994. Clerk, Hon. J. Woodfin Jones TX Ct. of App., 1994-1995; Clerk, Hon. Fortunato P. Benavides U.S.C.A. 5th Cir., 1995-1996; Assoc., Weil Gotshal & Manges LLP Dallas, 1996-2000; Ass't Prof., Ohio St., 2000-2004; Assoc. Prof., 2004-2007; Vis. Prof., Emory, 2006-2007; Prof., Since 2007. Subjects: Alternative Dispute Resolution (S); Civil Procedure; Legal Professions; Legal Research & Writing. Member: Order of the Coif. Consultantships: Mem., Commission on Rules of Practice and Procedure in Ohio Courts , 2009-11.

Lee Anne Fennell (The University of Chicago, The Law School)
Session: Plenary Session - Property in Dangerous Packages: Subprime and Skin the Game
Bio: FENNELL, LEE ANNE, (F) Prof. Univ. of Chicago. b.1966. BBA, 1987, Baylor; JD, 1990, Georgetown; MFA, 1998, Univ. of Va. Topics Ed., Am. Crim. L. Rev. Admitted: CA, 1990; DC, 1991; VA, 1998. Assoc., Pettit & Martin , San Fran. & DC, 1990-1992; Assoc. Counsel, St. & Local Legal Cntr. , Washington, DC, 1992-1996; Henry Hoyns Fel., English Dep't Univ. of Va., Charlottesville, VA, 1996-1998; Staff Att'y, VA Sch. Bds. Ass'n , Charlottesville, VA, 1998-1999; Bigelow Fel., Univ. of Chgo., 1999-2001; Ass't Prof., Univ. of Texas, 2001-2004; Assoc. Prof., Illinois, 2004-2006; Vis. Assoc. Prof., Yale, 2005; Vis. Prof., New York Univ., 2006; Vis. Prof., Univ. of Va., 2006; Prof., Illinois, 2006-2007; Prof., Univ. of Chgo., Since 2007. Subjects: Fair Housing (S); Land Use; Local Government Law; Property; Social Welfare Law (S); Torts. Books & Awards: The Unbounded Home, 2009. Member: Order of the Coif.

Matthew J. Festa (South Texas College of Law)
Session: Breakout Session - The Global Warming Crisis: Fairness
Bio: FESTA, MATTHEW, J. (M) Vis. Ass't Prof. So. Tex. Col. b.1973. BA, 1995, Notre Dame; MPA, 2001, Murray St.; MA, 2002; JD, 2002, Vanderbilt. Exec. Ed., Vand. L. Rev. Admitted: TX, 2002. Clerk, U.S.D.C. E.D. KY Covington, 2002-2003; Clerk, U.S.C.A. 6th Cir. Akron OH, 2003; Assoc., Locke Liddell & Sapp LLP Houston, Houston, TX, 2004-2006; Vis. Ass't Prof., Univ. of Georgia Sch. of Law, 2006 - 2007; Ass't Prof., So. Texas Coll. of Law, 2007 - Pres. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Land Use; Property; State & Local Government; Wills, Trusts, & Estates.

Matthew J. Festa (South Texas College of Law)
Session: AALS Luncheon- Workshop on Property, Saturday (Works-In-Progress Roundtables)
Bio: FESTA, MATTHEW, J. (M) Vis. Ass't Prof. So. Tex. Col. b.1973. BA, 1995, Notre Dame; MPA, 2001, Murray St.; MA, 2002; JD, 2002, Vanderbilt. Exec. Ed., Vand. L. Rev. Admitted: TX, 2002. Clerk, U.S.D.C. E.D. KY Covington, 2002-2003; Clerk, U.S.C.A. 6th Cir. Akron OH, 2003; Assoc., Locke Liddell & Sapp LLP Houston, Houston, TX, 2004-2006; Vis. Ass't Prof., Univ. of Georgia Sch. of Law, 2006 - 2007; Ass't Prof., So. Texas Coll. of Law, 2007 - Pres. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Land Use; Property; State & Local Government; Wills, Trusts, & Estates.

Martha A. Field (Harvard Law School)
Session: Plenary Session: Teaching the Three Hardest Cases
Bio: FIELD, MARTHA, A. (F) Langdell Prof. Harvard. b.1943. BA, 1965, Radcliffe Coll.; JD, 1968, Univ. of Chgo. Tex. L. Rev. Admitted: DC, 1969. Clerk, Just. Abe Fortas U.S. Sup. Ct., 1968-1969; Ass't Prof., Pennsylvania, 1969-1972; Prof., 1973-1978; Vis. Prof., Harvard, 1978-1979; Prof., 1979-1998; Vis. Prof., U.C.L.A., 1980-1981; Langdell Prof., Harvard, Since 1998. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Constitutional Law; Criminal Procedure; Domestic Relations; Federal Jurisdiction. Books & Awards: Surrogate Motherhood, 1988, 1991; Equal Treatment for Persons with Mental Retardation, 1999. Member: COIF. Consultantships: Mem., Central Am. Proj., Harvard Inst. of Int'l Dev., 1997-99.

William A. Fischel (Dartmouth College)
Kim Forde-Mazrui (University of Virginia School of Law)
Session: Plenary: Race Across the Curriculum & Law School: Race Law 101 and Beyond
Bio: FORDE-MAZRUI, KIM, (M) Just. Thurgood Marshall Dist. Prof. & Dir., Cntr for the Study of Race and Law Univ. of V. b.1968. AB, 1990; JD, 1993, Michigan. Note Ed., Mich. L. Rev. Admitted: MI, 1993; DC, 1996. Jud. Clerk, U.S.C.A. 6th Cir. Detroit, 1993-1994; Att'y, Sidley & Austin DC, 1994-1996; Ass't Prof., Univ. of Va., 1996-1997; Assoc. Prof., 1997-2001; Prof., Since 2001. Subjects: Constitutional Law; Criminal Law; Criminal Procedure; Employment Discrimination; Race & the Law. Member: Order of the Coif.

Sheila R. Foster (Fordham University School of Law)
Session: Race and Law School Climate
Bio: FOSTER, SHEILA, R. (F) Walsh Prof.& Assoc. Dean for Acad. Affrs. Fordham. BA, 1985, Michigan; JD, 1988, Cal., Berkeley. Admitted: CA, 1988. Assoc., Morrison & Foerster San Fran., 1988-1990; Lect. & Coord'r, Acad. Support Cal. Berkeley, 1990-1994; Ass't Prof., Rutgers Camden, 1994-1998; Assoc. Prof., 1998-2000; Prof., 2000-2002; Vis. Prof., Fordham, 2001-2002; Prof., Since 2002. Subjects: Antidiscrimination Law; Environmental Justice (S); Environmental Law; International Development & the Environment (S); Law and Policy of Climate Change (S); Torts; Urban Land Use. Books & Awards: From the Ground Up: Envt'l Racism and the Rise of the Envt'l Just. Movement (with L. Cole), 2001; The Law of Envt'l Justice: Theories and Procedures to Address Disproportionate Risks (with M. Gerrerd) 2nd ed., 2008.

Sheila R. Foster (Fordham University School of Law)
Session: Breakout Session - The Global Warming Crisis: Fairness
Bio: FOSTER, SHEILA, R. (F) Walsh Prof.& Assoc. Dean for Acad. Affrs. Fordham. BA, 1985, Michigan; JD, 1988, Cal., Berkeley. Admitted: CA, 1988. Assoc., Morrison & Foerster San Fran., 1988-1990; Lect. & Coord'r, Acad. Support Cal. Berkeley, 1990-1994; Ass't Prof., Rutgers Camden, 1994-1998; Assoc. Prof., 1998-2000; Prof., 2000-2002; Vis. Prof., Fordham, 2001-2002; Prof., Since 2002. Subjects: Antidiscrimination Law; Environmental Justice (S); Environmental Law; International Development & the Environment (S); Law and Policy of Climate Change (S); Torts; Urban Land Use. Books & Awards: From the Ground Up: Envt'l Racism and the Rise of the Envt'l Just. Movement (with L. Cole), 2001; The Law of Envt'l Justice: Theories and Procedures to Address Disproportionate Risks (with M. Gerrerd) 2nd ed., 2008.

Katherine M. Franke (Columbia University School of Law)
Session: Plenary: New Paradigms of Racialization? Race, Citizenship, Indigeneity, Immigration (Post-Jim Crow)
Bio: FRANKE, KATHERINE, M. (F) Prof. & Co-Dir., Prog. in Gender & Sexuality Law Columbia. b.1959. BA, 1981, Barnard Coll.; JD, 1986, Northeastern; LLM, 1993, Yale; JSD, 1998, Yale. Admitted: CA, 1986; NY, 1988. Exec. Dir., AIDS: Emplymt. Proj. San Fran., 1986-1987; Suprv'g Att'y, NYC Comm. on Human Rts., 1987-1990; Exec. Dir., Nat'l Lawyers Guild NYC, 1990-1991; Adj. Prof., New York Univ., 1995; Ass't Prof., Univ. of Ariz., 1995-1996; Assoc. Prof., 1996-1997; Assoc. Prof., Fordham, 1997-2000; Prof., Columbia, Since 2000; Vice Dean, 2002-2004. Subjects: Civil Rights; Critical Legal Thought; Feminist Legal Theory (S); Gender Justice. Member: Law & Soc.; Am. Soc. for Legal Hist.; SALT.

Eric T. Freyfogle (University of Illinois College of Law)
Session: Plenary Session - The Global Warming Crisis: Property Law
Bio: FREYFOGLE, ERIC, T. (M) Max L. Rowe Prof. Illinois. b.1952. BA, 1973, Lehigh Univ.; JD, 1976, Michigan. Mng. Ed., Mich. L. Rev. Admitted: DC, 1976; IN, 1980. Ass't to Gen. Counsel, USA DC, 1976-1980; Assoc., Baker & Daniels Indpls., 1980-1983; Ass't Prof., Illinois, 1983-1987; Assoc. Prof., 1987-1989; Prof., 1989-1996; Max L. Rowe Prof., Since 1996. Subjects: Environmental Law; Land Use Planning; Natural Resources; Real Property. Books & Awards: Just. and the Earth, 1993; Bounded People, Boundless Lands, 1998; The New Agrarianism, 2001; Wildlife Law: Cases and Materials (with D. Goble), 2002; Soc. of Midland Authors Adult Nonfiction, 2002; The Land We Share, 2003; Agrarianism and the Good Soc., 2006; Why Conservation Is Failing and How It Can Regain Ground, 2006; On Priv. Prop., 2007; Natural Resources Law, 2007. Consultantships: Legal Adv'r, Lincoln Legal Papers Proj., 1987-94; Dir., IL Envtl. Coun., 1995-99; Pres., Prairie Rivers Network, since 2002.

Michael B. Gerrard (Columbia University School of Law)
Session: Breakout Session - Global Warming Crisis: Thinking Holistically
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.

Susan M. Gilles (Capital University Law School)
Session: Emerging Methods: Three Ideas - Concurrent Session #1
Bio: GILLES, SUSAN, M. (F) Sullivan Designated Prof. of Law Capital. b.1960. LLB, 1981, Univ. of Glasgow; LLM, 1982, Harvard. Admitted: OH, 1985. Grad. Study, Harvard, 1982-85. Vis. Prof., Baylor, Pres; Vis. Prof., Univ. of Oklahoma., Pres; Att'y, Baker & Hostetler Cleve., 1985 - 1990; Ass't Prof., Capital, 1990-1996; Vis. Prof., American, 1993-1994; Vis. Prof., Wash. & Lee, 1994-1995; Assoc. Prof., Capital, 1996-1999; Prof., Since 1999. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Media Law (S); Torts. Books & Awards: John F. Kennedy Memorial Scholar, Harvard, 0; Excellence in Tchg. Award, Student Bar Ass'n., 0. Member: AALS (Chair, Sect. on Mass Communications, 2004, Exec. Com., Sect. on Mass Communications). Consultantships: Fac Adv'r, Women's Law Ass'n, Capital.

Alex Glashausser (Washburn University School of Law)
Session: Plenary Session: Teaching the Three Hardest Cases
Bio: GLASHAUSSER, ALEX, Prof. & Assoc. Dean, Acad. Affrs. Washburn. b.1968. BA, 1990, Harvard; JD, 1995, Duke. Exec. Ed., Duke L.J. Admitted: OH, 1995. Clerk, Hon. Albert J. Engel U.S.C.A. 6th Cir. Grand Rapids MI, 1995-1997; Assoc., Vorys Sater Seymour & Pease LLP Columbus, 1997-1999; Adj. Instr., Ohio St., 1998; Assoc. Prof., Washburn, 1999-2005; Prof., Since 2005; Vis. Scholar, Waseda Law Sch., 2008 - 2009; Vis. Researcher, Temple Univ., 2009. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Remedies; Torts.

Elizabeth M. Glazer (Hofstra University School of Law)
Session: AALS Luncheon- Workshop on Property, Saturday (Works-In-Progress Roundtables)
Bio: GLAZER, ELIZABETH, M. Assoc. Prof. Hofstra. b.1979. BA, 2001; MA, 2001, Pennsylvania; JD, 2004, Univ. of Chgo. U. Chi. L. Rev. Admitted: NY, 2004. Assoc., Fried Frank Harris Shriven & Jacobson LLP NYC, 2004-2006. Subjects: Jurisprudence (S); Property.

Laura E. Gomez (University of New Mexico School of Law)
Session: Whiteness
Bio: GOMEZ, LAURA, E. (F) Prof. New Mexico. b.1964. AB, 1986, Harvard Coll.; MA, 1988, Stanford; JD, 1992, Stanford; PhD, 1994, Stanford. Legis. Aide, Sen. Jeff Bingaman U.S. Senate DC, 1986-1987; Clerk, Hon. Dorothy W. Nelson 9th Cir. Ct. of Apps. Pasadena CA, 1992-1993; Acting Prof., U.C.L.A., 1994-2000; Prof., 2000-2005; Prof., New Mexico, Since 2005. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Civil Rights/Race & Law; Constitutional Law; Criminal Law; Latinos & the Law (S); Law & Society; Race and the Law. Books & Awards: Sch. of Am. Res. Resident Fellow, 2004-, 5; Keleher & McLeod Endowed Prof., 2005-, 7; Misconceiving Mothers: Legislators, Prosecutors and the Politics of Prenatal Drug Exposure, 1997; Manifest Destinies: The Making of the Mexican Am. Race, 2007. Member: Law & Soc. Ass'n (Treas., 2001-03); Am. Sociological Ass'n; SALT.; Law & soc. Association, President, 2009-2011. Consultantships: Bd. of Dirs., Am. Judicature Soc., 1995-97; Bd. Mem., ACLU, So. CA, 2002-05.

Neil Gotanda (Western State University College of Law)
Session: Constitutional Law
Bio: GOTANDA, NEIL, (M) Prof. Western State. b.1947. BS, 1967, Stanford; JD, 1972, Cal., Berkeley; LLM, 1980, Harvard. Admitted: CA, 1972. Staff Att'y, Asian Law Caucus Oakland & San Fran., 1973-1976; Staff & Directing Att'y, CA Rural Legal Assist. San Fran., 1976-1978; Att'y & Consult., CA Fair Emplymt. & Housing Comm. San Fran., 1978-1980; Ass't & Assoc. Prof., Duquesne, 1980-1983; Assoc. Prof., Cal. Western, 1983-1986; Prof., Since 1986; Vis. Prof., St. John's, 2000-2001. Subjects: Constitutional Law. Books & Awards: Critical Race Theory: Key Writings (with Crenshaw, Peller & Thomas), 1995. Member: Ass'n for Asian Am. Studies.

Wendy Greene (Samford University, Cumberland School of Law)
Session: Race & First Year Courses: Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure and Property
Bio: GREENE, WENDY, (F) Ass't Prof. Samford. b.1977. BA, 1999, Xavier Univ. of Louisiana; JD, 2002, Tulane; LLM, 2008, Geo. Wash. Ass't Prof., Samford, Since 2006. Subjects: Employment Discrimination; Employment Law; Equitable Remedies; Race and American Law (S); Real Property. Books & Awards: 1997, Alpha Kappa Mu Honor Society; 1997, Sigma Tau Delta International English Society.Member: SALT (Law Sch. Representative).

Lani Guinier (Harvard Law School)
Session: Plenary: The Future of Race, Law and Civil Rights: Asking the Hard Questions
Bio: GUINIER, LANI, (F) Bennett Boskey Prof. Harvard. b.1950. BA, 1971, Harvard (Radcliffe Coll.); JD, 1974, Yale. Admitted: MI, 1975; DC, 1981. Clerk, U.S. Judge Damon J. Keith Detroit, 1974-1976; Juv. Ct. Referee, Wayne Cty. Detroit, 1976-1977; Spec. Ass't to Ass't Att'y Gen., U.S. Dep't of Just. Civ. Rts. Div. DC, 1977-1981; Ass't Counsel, NAACP Legal Defense Fund NYC, 1981-1988; Assoc. Prof., Pennsylvania, 1988-1992; Prof., 1992-1998; Prof., Harvard, Since 1998. Subjects: Criminal Process; Critical Perspectives: Issues of Race & Gender (S); Critical Perspectives: Issues of Race & Gender (S); Law & Political Process; Professional Responsibility; Public Interest Lawyering. Books & Awards: Tyranny of the Majority, 1994; Becoming Gentlemen: Women, Law Schools & Inst'l Change (with M. Fine & J. Balin), 1997; Lift Every Voice, 1998.

Pratheepan Gulasekaram (Santa Clara University School of Law)
Session: Immigration
Bio: GULASEKARAM, PRATHEEPAN, Ass't Prof. Santa Clara. JD, 2001, Cal., Berkeley; BA, 1996, Brown. Stan. J. Int'l L. Admitted: CA, 2002. Clerk, Hon. J. L. Wiener Jr. U.S.C.A. 5th Cir. New Orls., 2001-2002; Priv. Prac., Susman Godfrey LLP L.A., 2002-2003; Priv. Prac., O'Melveny & Meyers LLP L.A., 2003-2004; Vis. Ass't Prof., Loyola New Orl., 2004-2005; Acting Ass't Prof, New York Univ., 2005-2007. Subjects: Citizenship Theory (S); Constitutional Law I, II; Immigration Law. Member: Phi Beta Kappa. Consultantships: Bd. of Dirs., World Children's Initiative, since 2005.

Ian F. Haney Lopez (University of California, Berkeley School of Law)
Session: AALS Luncheon: Racial Inequality Without Racists
Bio: HANEY LOPEZ, IAN, F.* (M) John H. Boalt Prof. of Law Cal., Berkeley. b.1964. BA, 1986; MA, 1986, Wash., St. Louis; MPA, 1989, Princeton; JD, 1991, Harvard. Art. Ed., Harv. C.R.-C.L. Rev. Admitted: CA, 1993. Clerk, Judge Harry Pregerson U.S.C.A. 9th Cir. L.A., 1991-1992; Ass't Prof., Wisconsin, 1992-1996; Rockefeller Fellow in Legal Humanities, Stanford Univ., 1994-1995; Vis. Acting Prof., Cal. Berkeley, 1995-1996; Acting Prof., Cal. Berkeley, 1996-2001; Vis. Prof., Yale, 1998; Prof., Cal. Berkeley, Since 2001. Subjects: Constitutional Law; Critical Race Theory (S); Equal Protection (S); Race & American Law. Books & Awards: White by Law: The Legal Construc. of Race, 1996; Racism on Trial: The Chicano Fight for Just., 2003; Race, Law and Soc., 2007; After the War on Crime: Race, Democracy, and a New Reconstruction (with J Simon and ML Frampton), 2008. Member: SALT. visiting, Spring 2010.

Angela P. Harris (University of California, Berkeley School of Law)
Session: Plenary: Race Across the Curriculum & Law School: Race Law 101 and Beyond
Bio: HARRIS, ANGELA, P.* (F) Prof. Cal., Berkeley. b.1961. BA, 1981, Michigan; MA, 1983, Univ. of Chgo.; JD, 1986, Univ. of Chgo. U. Chi. L. Rev. Admitted: CA, 1988. Clerk, Joel M. Flaum U.S.C.A. 7th Cir. Chgo., 1986-1987; Assoc., Morrison & Foerster San Fran., 1987-1988; Acting Prof., Cal. Berkeley, 1988-1992; Prof., Since 1992; Rockefeller Fellow in Legal Humanities, Stanford, 1995-1996; Vis. Prof., Yale Law Sch., 1998; Vis. Prof., Georgetown, 2000; Baldy Distinguished Prof., Univ. of Buffalo Sch. of Law, 2009 - 2010. Subjects: Criminal Law; Critical Race Theory (S); Gender & Law (S); Law Markets & Culture (S); Restorative Justice (S). Books & Awards: Race and Races: Cases and Resources for a Diverse America (with Perea, Delgado & Wildman), 2000; Gender and Law, 3d ed. (with Bartlett & Rhode), 2002; Crossroads, Directions, and a New Critical Race Theory (with Culp & Valdes), 2002; Economic Justice: Race, Gender, Identity and Economics (with Jordan), 2005; Crim. Law Cases and Materials (with Cynthia Lee), 2009. 2008, Clyde Ferguson Award, AALS Minority Section.visiting, University of Buffalo Law School, Year 2009-2010.

Cheryl I Harris (University of California, Los Angeles School of Law)
Session: AALS Luncheon: Holding the President Accountable: What the Obama Administration is Doing
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.

Tanya Kateri Hernandez (Fordham University School of Law)
Session: Counting Race in Changing Demographics
Bio: HERNANDEZ, TANYA, Prof. of Law Fordham.

Laura Hines (University of Kansas School of Law)
Session: Emerging Methods: Three Ideas - Concurrent Session #2
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.

Laura Hines (University of Kansas School of Law)
Session: Plenary Session: The Return of Pleading: Twombley and Iqbal in Federal and State Courts
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.

Keith H. Hirokawa (Albany Law School)
Session: Breakout II - Global Warming #1
Bio: HIROKAWA, KEITH, H. (M) Ass't Prof. Albany. b.1971. JD, 1998, Connecticut; LLM, 2001, Lewis & Clark; MA, 2003, Connecticut. Admitted: WA, 1999; OR, 2000. Att'y, Law Off. of Mark A. Erikson, Vancouver, WA, 1999-2001; Att'y, Law Off. of John Karpinski , Vancouver, WA, 2001-2002; Part., Erikson & Hirokawa PLLC , Vancouver, WA, 2002-2007; Assoc. Prof., Texas Wesleyan, 2007 - 2009; Ass't Prof., Albany Law Sch., 2009 - Pres. Subjects: Environmental Law; Environmental Law, Policy & Ethics (S); Jurisprudence (S); Land Use Planning; Natural Resources; Property. Consultantships: Coun. Mem., ABA, State and Local Government Section, since 2009; Member, Adv'y Bd., Urban Lawyer, since 2009; Chair, Electronic Communications Com., ABA, St. & Local Gov't Sect., since 2009.

Robert C. Hockett (Cornell Law School)
Session: Breakout I - What Does the Mortgage Crisis Teach Us About Regulating Risk?
Bio: HOCKETT, ROBERT, C. (M) Assoc. Prof. Cornell. b.1961. BA, 1983, Kansas; MA, 1994, Oxford Univ. (U.K); JD, 1999, Kansas; LLM, 2003, Yale; JSD, 2004, Yale. Exec. Ed., Art. Ed., Yale J. Reg. Jud'l Clerk, U.S.C.A. 10th Cir. Denver, 1999-2000; Tutor-in-Law, Yale, 2001-2004; Sr. Res. Fel., 2003-2004; Tchg. Fel., Harvard, 2004; Ass't Prof., Cornell, Since 2004. Subjects: Business Organizations; Civil Procedure; Financial Institutions; International Financial Institutions (S). Member: Rhodes Scholar; Phi Beta Kappa.; Order of the Coif. Consultantships: Author/Consult., Int'l Monetary Fund, 1999-00.

Emily M.S. Houh (University of Cincinnati College of Law)
Session: Race and First-Year Courses: Contracts, Torts & Civil Procedure
Bio: HOUH, EMILY, M.S. (F) Gustavus Henry Wald Prof. of Law and Contracts Cincinnati. b.1971. AB, 1993, Brown Univ.; JD, 1996, Michigan. Art. Ed., Mich. J. Race & L. Admitted: MI, 1997; IL, 1998. Clerk, Hon. Anna Diggs Taylor U.S.D.C. ED MI Detroit, 1996-1998; Staff Att'y, Legal Assist. Fdn. of Chgo., 1998-1999; Assoc., Miller Canfield Paddock & Stone P.L.C. Detroit, 1999-2000; Ass't Prof., No. Ky.-Chase, 2000-2003; Assoc. Prof., Cincinnati, 2003-2005; Professor, Univ. of Cincinnati Coll. of Law, 2005 - Pres; Gustavus Henry Wald Professor of Law and Contracts, Univ. of Cincinnati Coll. of Law, 2008 - Pres. Subjects: Commercial Law; Contracts; Critical Race Theory (S); Payment Systems. Member: SALT (Bd. Mem. 2003-06, Sec'y 2004-06).; AALS (Chair-elect, Sect. on Law & the Humanities, 2008).

Darren Lenard Hutchinson (American University, Washington College of Law)
Session: Plenary: Race Across the Curriculum & Law School: Race Law 101 and Beyond
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.

Tim Iglesias (University of San Francisco School of Law)
Session: Breakout I - What Does the Mortgage Crisis Teach Us About the Political Economy of Home Ownership?
Bio: IGLESIAS, TIM, (M) Prof. San Francisco. b.1956. BA, 1979, Loyola Marymount Univ.; BA, 1986, Oxford Univ. (UK); MA (honorary), 1989, Oxford Univ. (UK); JD, 1993, Stanford. Admitted: CA, 1993. Theology Studies, Jesuit Sch. of Theology, Berkeley, 1986-88.; Philosophy Studies, Gonzaga, 1979-81. Clerk, Hon. Stanley Weigel Fed. Dist. Ct. of No. CA San Fran., 1993-1994; Public Serv. Law Fel., Homebase San Fran., 1994-1995; Prog. Coord'r, Non-Profit Housing Ass'n of No. CA San Fran., 1995-1998; Dep. Dir., Non-Profit Housing Assn of No. Cal., United States, 1998-2001; Ass't Prof., Wayne St., 2002-2003; Assoc. Prof., San Francisco, 2003-2006; Prof., Univ. of San Fran. Sch. of Law, Since 2007. Subjects: Community Property; Housing Discrimination (S); Land Use Law; Legal & Policy Responses to Residential Segregation (S); Local Government Law; Property Law. Books & Awards: The Legal Guide to Affordable Housing Dev. Law (co-ed. with Lento), 2005. Member: Alpha Sigma Nu. Consultantships: Mem., CA Department of Fair Employment and Housing--Housing Regulations Working Group, since 2009.

Lisa C. Ikemoto (University of California at Davis School of Law)
Session: Healthcare
Bio: IKEMOTO, LISA, C. (F) Prof. Cal., Davis. b.1961. BA, 1984, U.C.L.A.; JD, 1987, Cal., Davis; LLM, 1989, Columbia. Admitted: CA, 1987. Instr, Legal Writing Albany, 1987-1988; Ass't Prof./Assoc. Prof., Ind. Indpls., 1989-1993; Assoc. Prof./Prof., Loyola L.A., 1993-1995; Vis. Prof., Cal. Davis, 2005-2006; Prof., Cal. Davis, Since 2006. Subjects: Bioethics (S); Community Property; Health Care Law; Property; Public Health Law; Reproductive Rights, Law & Policy (S). Member: ASLME, ASBH. SALT.

Samuel Issacharoff (New York University School of Law)
Session: Plenary Session: Brave New World of Litigation Finance
Bio: ISSACHAROFF, SAMUEL, (M) Bonnie & Richard Reiss Prof. of Const'l Law. New York Univ. b.1954. BA, 1975, Binghamton Univ.; JD, 1983, Yale. Ed., Yale L.J. Admitted: PA, 1984; TX, 1992. Ass't Prof., Univ. of Texas, 1989-1993; Prof., 1993-1999; Prof., Columbia, 1999-2005; Prof., New York Univ., Since 2005. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Complex Litigation (S); Constitutional Law: The Political Process; Employment Law; Legal Process. Books & Awards: Law of Democracy (with Karlan & Pildes), 2002; Civil Proc., 2005. Member: Am. Acad. of Arts & Scis. (Fellow).; ALI (Rptr., Principles of Aggregate litig., since 2003).

Osamudia R. James (University of Miami School of Law)
Session: Education
Bio: JAMES, OSAMUDIA, R. Assoc. Prof. Miami.

Alex M. Johnson, Jr. (University of Virginia School of Law)
Session: Breakout II - The Mortgage Crisis #1
Bio: JOHNSON, ALEX, M., JR. (M) Perre Bowen Prof. & Thomas F. Bergin Tchg. Prof. Univ. of V. b.1953. BA, 1975, Claremont Men's Coll.; JD, 1978, U.C.L.A. Admitted: CA, 1978. Att'y, Latham & Watkins L.A., 1978-1980; Assoc. Prof., Minnesota, 1980-1982; Att'y, Latham & Watkins L.A., 1982-1984; Ass't Prof., Univ. of Va., 1984-1989; Leroy Jeffers Cent'l Vis. Prof., Univ. of Texas, 1988-1989; Vis. Prof., Stanford, 1991; Vice Provost, Fac. Recrtmt. & Retention, 1995-2002; Dean, Minnesota 2002-06[h\5] Prof., 2002-2007; Dean Emer., Univ. of Minnesota, 2006-2007; Prof., Univ. of Va. 1989-02, Since 2007. Subjects: contracts; Critical Race Theory; Estates & Trusts; Real Estate Transactions; Real Property. Books & Awards: Understanding Modern Real Estate Transactions, 2d ed., 2007. Member: Phi Beta Kappa.; President, Exec. Committee, COIF. Consultantships: Bd. of Trustees, LSAC, since 1994, Chair, 2001-03; Chair, Prof'l Sports Counseling Panel, since 1985; Coord'r & Developer, Intro. to Legal Methodology, since 1985.

Creola Johnson (The Ohio State University, Michael E. Moritz College of Law)
Session: Race and the Corporate Curriculum
Bio: JOHNSON, CREOLA, (F) Prof. Ohio State. BS, 1989, L.S.U.; JD, 1994, W. Va. Univ. Admitted: PA, 1994. Assoc. Att'y, Klett Lieber Rooney & Schorling Pittsburgh, 1994-1998; Instr., W. Va. Univ., 1998; Proj. Att'y, Neighborhood Legal Servs. Pittsburgh, 1998; Fac. Fellow & Vis. Ass't Prof., Iowa, 1998-1999; Ass't Prof., Ohio St., 1999-2003; Assoc. Prof., Since 2003. Subjects: Bankruptcy-Creditors' & Debtors' Rights; Commercial Law-Sales; Consumer Law (S); Contracts; Secured Transanctions. Member: Order of the Coif; Order of Barrister.

Kevin R. Johnson (University of California at Davis School of Law)
Session: Immigration Reform
Bio: JOHNSON, KEVIN, R. (M) Dean & Mabie-Apallas Prof. of Public Interest, Prof. of Law & Prof., Chicana/o Studies Cal., Davis. b.1958. AB, 1980, Cal., Berkeley; JD, 1983, Harvard. Ed., Harv. L. Rev., vols. 95-96. Admitted: CA, 1985. Clerk, Hon. Stephen Reinhardt 9th Cir. L.A., 1983-1984; Att'y, Heller Ehrman White & McAuliffe San Fran. CA, 1984-1989; Acting Prof., Cal Davis, 1989-1992; Prof., Sch. of Law, UC Davis, Since 1992; Assoc. Dean, Acad. Affrs., 1998 - 2008; Director, UC Davis, 2000 - 2001; Prof. of Chicano Studies, UC Davis, Since 2000; Dean, UC Davis, 2008 - Pres. Subjects: Business Associations; Civil Procedure; Complex Litigation; Critical Race Theory; Immigration Law; International Human Rights (S); Latinos & Latinas & the Law (S). Books & Awards: How Did You Get to Be Mexican? A White/Brown Man's Search for Identity (nominated for 2000 Robert F. Kennedy Bk. Award), 1999; A Reader on Race, Civil Rights, and the Law: A Multicultural Approach, 2001; Mixed Race & the Law: A Critical Reader, 2002; The "Huddled Masses" Myth: Immig. and Civil Rts., 2004; Opening the Floodgates: Why America Needs to Rethink Its Borders and Immig. Laws, 2007; Complex Litigation: Cases and Materials on Litigating for Social Change (with Catherine A. Rogers & John Valery White), 2009; Understanding Immig. Law (with Raquel Aldana, Bill Ong Hing, Leticia Saucedo, Enid F. Trucios-Haynes), 2009. 2006, Hispanic Professor of the Year, Hispanic National Bar Association; 2008, Scholar of the Year, National Association for Chicana and Chicano Studies.Member: Phi Beta Kappa; Latin Am. Studies Ass'n; ALI. Consultantships: Gov'g Com., CA Cont'g Educ. of the Bar, 1993-98; Coord'g Com. on Immig., ABA, 1998-05; Bd. of Dirs., Legal Servs. of No. CA, since 1996, V.P., 2001-03, Pres., 2003-, since 2003; Member, Bd. of Directors, Mexican American Legal Defense & Education Fund, since 2006.

Jeffrey D. Jones (Lewis and Clark Law School)
Session: AALS Luncheon- Workshop on Property, Saturday (Works-In-Progress Roundtables)
Bio: JONES, JEFFREY, D. (M) Ass't Prof. Lewis & Clark. b.1968. Philosophy, 2000, Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison; JD, 2004, Michigan. Admitted: OR, 2004. Post-Doctoral Scholar, Boston Univ. Inst. on Race and Social Div., Boston, MA, 2000 - 2001; Scholar in Residence, Boston Univ. Sch. of Law, 2000 - 2001; Att'y, Davis Wright Tremaine LLP Portland, Portland, OR, 2004; Att'y, Barran Liebman LLP Portland, Portland, OR, 2005-2006; Ass't Prof., Lewis & Clark Law Sch., Since 2007. Subjects: Concept of Property (S); Critical Legal Studies (S); Disability Law (S); Employment Law; Legal Elements; Property Law. Books & Awards: The Unaffordable Nation: Searching for a Decent Life in America, 2007.

Trina Jones (Duke University School of Law)
Session: Colorism
Bio: JONES, TRINA, (F) Prof. Duke. b.1966. BA, 1988, Cornell; JD, 1991, Michigan. Arts. Ed., Mich. L. Rev. Admitted: NC, 1991; DC, 1993. Assoc., Wilmer Cutler & Pickering DC, 1991-1995; Ass't Prof., Duke, 1995-1998; Assoc. Prof., 1998-2001; Prof., Since 2001; Vis Prof., Hawaii, 2005-2006. Subjects: Advanced Issues in Employment Discrimination Law (S); Civil Procedure; Employment Discrimination; Race & the Law (S). Books & Awards: Law and Class in America: Trends Since the Cold War (with Carrington), 2006.

Emma C. Jordan (Georgetown University Law Center)
Session: Plenary Session - Inequality and the Subprime Mortgage Crisis
Bio: JORDAN, EMMA, C. (F) Prof. Georgetown. BA, 1969, Cal. S.F.; JD, 1973, Howard. Ed.-in-Ch., How. L.J. Admitted: CA, 1973. Tchg. Fel., Stanford, 1973-1974; Ass't Prof., Santa Clara, 1974-1975; Acting Prof., Cal. Davis, 1975-1980; White House Fel., DC, 1980-1981; Prof., 1980-1987; Spec. Ass't, Att'y Gen. DC, 1981; Prof., Georgetown, Since 1987. Subjects: Commercial Law: The Payment System; Economic Justice; Financial Institutions Consumer Financial Services (S). Books & Awards: Economic Justice: Race Gender, Identity & Economics (with A. Harris), 2005; Clyde Ferguson Award, AALS, 2005; When Markets Fail: Race and Economics (with A. Harris), 2006; A Woman's Place is in the Marketplace: Gender and Economics (with A. Harris), 2006; Beyond Rational Choice: Alternative Perspectives on Economics (with A. Harris), 2006. Member: ALI.; AALS (Mem., Exec. Com., since 1988 & Mem., Sect., Fin. Insts. & Consumer Fin. Servs., Chair, 1986, AALS Pres.-Elect, 1991, Pres., 1992); SALT (Bd. of Gov'rs, since 1984, Pres., 1986-88). Consultantships: U.C.C. Subcom., Consumer Fin. Serv. Subcom., Invstmt. Servs., ABA Corp. Bus.-Bkg. Sect.; Consult., Bkg. & Fin. Insts., Speaker, CA Assembly, 1984-87; Chair, Fin. Inst. Comm., CA St. Bar, 1986-87.

James J. Kelly, Jr. (University of Baltimore School of Law)
Session: AALS Luncheon- Workshop on Property, Saturday (Works-In-Progress Roundtables)
Bio: KELLY, JAMES, J., JR. (M) Ass't Prof. Baltimore. b.1966. Philosophy, with Honors, 1987, Univ. of Va.; JD, 1994, Columbia. Head Notes Ed., Colum. Hum. Rts. L. Rev. Admitted: NY, 1995; MD, 1997; DC, 1998. Skadden Fellow & Staff Att'y, No. Manhattan Improvement Corp. NYC, 1994-1999; Staff Att'y, Community Law Cntr. Balt., 1999-2001; Exec Dir., Save A Neighborhood Balt., 2002-2004; Ass't Prof., Baltimore, Since 2004. Subjects: Community Development Clinic; Professional Responsibility. Consultantships: Mem., Baltimore City Land Bank Authority Task Force, 2008-08.

Alexandra B. Klass (University of Minnesota Law School)
Session: Breakout II - Global Warming #2
Bio: KLASS, ALEXANDRA, B. (F) Assoc. Prof. Minnesota. b.1967. BA, 1988, Michigan; JD, 1992, Wisconsin. Arts. Ed., Wisc. L. Rev. Admitted: WI, 1992; MN, 1993. Jud'l Clerk, U.S.D.C. W.D.W.I. Madison, 1992-1993; Assoc., Dorsey & Whitney LLP Mpls., 1993-1999; Part., 2000-2003; Assoc. Prof., Wm. Mitchell, 2004-2006; Assoc. Prof., Minnesota, Since 2006. Subjects: Environmental Law (S); Natural Resources Law; Property; Torts. Consultantships: Co-Chair, Envtl. Law Comm., Hennepin Cty. Bar Ass'n, since 2000; Bd. of Dirs., Dir. & 8th Cir. V.P., MN Chap., Fed. Bar Ass'n, 2001-06; Gov'g Coun., Envt'l & Nat. Resources Sect., MN State Bar Ass'n, since 2005; Mem. Scholar, Center for Progressive Reform, since 2007.

Alexandra B. Klass (University of Minnesota Law School)
Session: Breakout Session - The Global Warming Crisis: Regulating Risk
Bio: KLASS, ALEXANDRA, B. (F) Assoc. Prof. Minnesota. b.1967. BA, 1988, Michigan; JD, 1992, Wisconsin. Arts. Ed., Wisc. L. Rev. Admitted: WI, 1992; MN, 1993. Jud'l Clerk, U.S.D.C. W.D.W.I. Madison, 1992-1993; Assoc., Dorsey & Whitney LLP Mpls., 1993-1999; Part., 2000-2003; Assoc. Prof., Wm. Mitchell, 2004-2006; Assoc. Prof., Minnesota, Since 2006. Subjects: Environmental Law (S); Natural Resources Law; Property; Torts. Consultantships: Co-Chair, Envtl. Law Comm., Hennepin Cty. Bar Ass'n, since 2000; Bd. of Dirs., Dir. & 8th Cir. V.P., MN Chap., Fed. Bar Ass'n, 2001-06; Gov'g Coun., Envt'l & Nat. Resources Sect., MN State Bar Ass'n, since 2005; Mem. Scholar, Center for Progressive Reform, since 2007.

Douglas A. Kysar (Yale Law School)
Session: Breakout Session - The Global Warming Crisis: Regulating Risk
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; International Environmental Law (S); Law, Science & Sustainability; Products Liability; Torts.

Sylvia Lazos (University of Nevada, Las Vegas, William S. Boyd School of Law)
Session: Whiteness and Post Racialism
Bio: LAZOS, SYLVIA, (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.

Brant T. Lee (University of Akron, C. Blake McDowell Law Center)
Session: Race and the Law: The Course
Bio: LEE, BRANT, T. (M) Assoc. Prof. Akron. b.1962. BA, 1985, Cal., Berkeley; JD, 1990, Harvard; MPP, 1994, Harvard. Arts. Ed., Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev. Admitted: CA, 1992. Counsel, U.S. Senate Jud. Com. Subcom. on the Const. DC, 1990-1992; Assoc., Breon O'Donnell Miller Brown & Dannis San Fran., 1992-1996; Spec. Ass't to the Pres. & Dep. Staff Sec'y, The White House DC, 1993; Vis. Ass't Prof., Syracuse, 1996-1997; Ass't Prof., Akron, 1997-2001; Assoc. Prof., Since 2001. Subjects: Employment Discrimination; Feminist and Race Theory (S); Law and Theology (S); Property. Consultantships: Trustee, Chinese for Affirmative Action, 1992-96; Comm'r, San Fran. Ethics Comm., 1995-96; Bd. Mem. and Bd. Pres., Asian Services in Action, Inc., 1998-08.

John P. Lenich (University of Nebraska College of Law)
Session: Plenary Session: Big Topics, Shrinking Credits
Bio: LENICH, JOHN, P. (M) Ross McCollum Prof. Nebraska. b.1955. BA, 1977, Univ. of Illinois (Chgo.); JD, 1980, Northwestern. Note & Com. Ed., Nw. U.L. Rev. Admitted: CA, 1981; NE, 1985. Lect., Northwestern, 1980-1981; Priv. Prac., O'Melveny & Myers L.A., 1981-1984; Ass't Prof., Nebraska, 1984-1988; Assoc. Dean, 1988-1990; Assoc. Prof., 1988-2002; Prof., Since 2002. Subjects: Antitrust; Appellate Advocacy; Civil Clinic; Civil Procedure; Legal Writing, Reasoning & Research; Remedies. Books & Awards: Nebraska Civil Proc., 2008. Member: Phi Beta Kappa.; COIF.

Ashley S. Lipson (University of La Verne)
Session: Emerging Methods: Three Ideas - Concurrent Session #2
Bio: LIPSON, ASHLEY, S. (M) Prof. LaVerne. b.1945. BA, 1966, Mich. St.; JD, 1970, St. John's; MA, 1975; LLM, 1978, Wayne St.; AsD, 1987, Oakland Coll. Admitted: MI, 1970; CA, 1981. Mng. Part., Coleman Lipson Bradford P.C. Farmington Hills MI, 1974-1997. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Entertainment Law; Law of Cyberspace. Books & Awards: Lawyers Co-op Award for Excellence in Jurisp., 1969; Catholic Lawyers Guild Award, 1969; Documentary Evid., 1985; Demonstrative Evid., 1986; Is It Admissible?, 1999; Guerrilla Discovery, 2003. Consultantships: Cong'l Adv'r, U.S. Congress, since 1980; Com. on Intell'l Prop., ABA, since 2005.

John A. Lovett (Loyola University New Orleans College of Law)
Session: Breakout II - The Mortgage Crisis #1
Bio: LOVETT, JOHN, A. (M) Prof. Loyola, New Or. b.1965. BA, 1988, Haverford Coll.; MFA, 1991, Ind., Bloomington; JD, 1995, Tulane. Arts. Ed., Tul. L. Rev. Admitted: LA, 1995. Clerk, Hon. F.A. Litter Jr. U.S.D.C. W.D. LA Alex., 1995-1996; Clerk, Hon. Jacques L. Wiener Jr. U.S.C.A. 5th Cir. Shreveport LA, 1996-1997; Assoc., Liskow & Lewis New Orl., 1997-2002; Ass't Prof., Loyola New Orl., 2002-2005; Assoc. Prof., Since 2005. Subjects: Community Property; Land Use Planning; Property; Real Estate Transactions; Sales & Leases. Member: Order of the Coif.

Benjamin V. Madison, III (Regent University School of Law)
Session: Emerging Methods: Three Ideas - Concurrent Session #3
Bio: MADISON, BENJAMIN, V., III (M) Assoc. Prof. Regent. b.1959. BA, 1981, Randolph-Macon Coll.; MA, 1982; JD, 1985, Wm. & Mary. Mng. Ed., Wm. & Mary L. Rev. Admitted: VA, 1986. Clerk, Hon. Walter E. Hoffman Sr. U.S.D.J. Norfolk VA, 1985-1986; Assoc., Hunton & Williams Norfolk VA, 1986-1993; Part., 1993-2003; Assoc. Prof., Regent, Since 2003. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Federal Courts; Remedies; Torts; Trial & Appellate Advocacy. Member: James Kent Am. Inn of Ct. (Prog. Dir.).

Martha Mahoney (University of Miami School of Law)
Session: AALS Luncheon - Workshop on Property, Friday
Bio: MAHONEY, MARTHA, (F) Prof. Miami. BA, 1981, Regents Coll.; MA, 1985, Tulane; JD, 1989, Stanford. Note Ed., Stan. L. Rev. Clerk, Judge Warren Ferguson 9th Cir. Santa Ana CA, 1989-1990; Assoc. Prof., Miami, 1990-1995; Prof., Miami, Since 1995. Subjects: Criminal Law; Election Law; Land Use; Law and Social Justice; Property; Voting Rights (S). Books & Awards: Social Justice: Professionals, Communities & Law (with Calmore & Wildman), 2003. Member: COIF; Law & Soc. Ass'n; SALT.

David W. Marcus (The University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law)
Session: Plenary Session: The Return of Pleading: Twombley and Iqbal in Federal and State Courts
Bio: MARCUS, DAVID, W. (M) Assoc. Prof. Univ. of Ari. b.1976. BA, 1998, Harvard Coll.; JD, 2002, Yale. Arts. Ed., Yale J. of Int'l L. Admitted: NY, 2003; CA, 2004. Clerk, Hon. Allyne R. Ross U.S.D.J. E.D.N.Y. Bklyn., 2002-2003; Assoc., Lieff Cabraser Heimann & Bernstein L.L.P. San Fran., 2003-2005; Legal Writing Instr., Stanford, 2005; Clerk, Hon. William A. Fletcher 9th Cir. Ct. of Apps. San Fran., 2005-2006; Assoc. Prof., Univ. of Ariz., Since 2006. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Civil Procedure; Complex Litigation; Modern American Legal Thought.

Patricia A. McCoy (University of Connecticut School of Law)
Session: Plenary Session - Property in Dangerous Packages: Subprime and Skin the Game
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.

Audrey G. McFarlane (University of Baltimore School of Law)
Session: Breakout II - The Mortgage Crisis #2
Bio: MCFARLANE, AUDREY, G. (F) Professor Baltimore. AB, 1986, Harvard, Radcliffe Coll.; JD, 1990, Stanford. Mem., Stan. L. Rev. Admitted: PA, 1992; DC, 1993. Clerk, Hon. A. Leon Higginbotham Phila., 1990-1991; Assoc., Wilmer Cutler & Pickering DC, 1991-1995; Vis. Ass't Prof., Maryland, 1995-1996; Ass't Prof., Univ. of Balt. Sch. of Law, 1996-2002; Assoc. Prof., Univ. of Balt. Sch. of Law, 2002 - 2008; Professor, Univ. of Balt. Law Sch., Since 2002; Vis. Prof., Seattle Univ. Sch. of Law, 2006. Subjects: Land Use Planning; Local Economic Development (S); Local Government; Property.

Audrey G. McFarlane (University of Baltimore School of Law)
Session: AALS Luncheon: Holding the President Accountable: What the Obama Administration is Doing
Bio: MCFARLANE, AUDREY, G. (F) Professor Baltimore. AB, 1986, Harvard, Radcliffe Coll.; JD, 1990, Stanford. Mem., Stan. L. Rev. Admitted: PA, 1992; DC, 1993. Clerk, Hon. A. Leon Higginbotham Phila., 1990-1991; Assoc., Wilmer Cutler & Pickering DC, 1991-1995; Vis. Ass't Prof., Maryland, 1995-1996; Ass't Prof., Univ. of Balt. Sch. of Law, 1996-2002; Assoc. Prof., Univ. of Balt. Sch. of Law, 2002 - 2008; Professor, Univ. of Balt. Law Sch., Since 2002; Vis. Prof., Seattle Univ. Sch. of Law, 2006. Subjects: Land Use Planning; Local Economic Development (S); Local Government; Property.

Arthur R. Miller (New York University School of Law)
Session: AALS Luncheon - Workshop on Civil Procedure, Friday
Bio: MILLER, ARTHUR, R. (M) Prof. Emer. New York Univ. b.1934. AB, 1955, Univ. of Rochester; LLB, 1958, Harvard; LLD, 1983, Framingham St.; LLD, 1984, Merrimack Coll.; LLD, 1995, Cooley. Arts. Ed., Harv. L. Rev. Admitted: NY, 1959; MA, 1979. Assoc., Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton NYC, 1958-1961; Assoc. Dir., Columbia Law Proj. on Int'l Proc., 1961-1962; Lect., Columbia, 1961-1962; Assoc. Prof., Minnesota, 1962-1965; Prof., Michigan, 1965-1972; Vis. Prof., Harvard, 1971-1972; Prof., Since 1972. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Computers & the Law; Equity; Evidence; Patents, Copyrights, Trademarks. Books & Awards: Fed. Prac. and Procedure: Civil (with Wright), 1969; The Assault on Privacy: Computers, Data Banks & Dossiers, 1971 (ABA Gavel Award, 1971; Civil Procedue-Cases and Materials (with Cound, Friedenthal & Sexton), 7th ed., 1997; Civil Procedure: Text (with Friedenthal & Kane), 1985, 3d ed., 1999. Member: Phi Beta Kappa.; ALI (Rptr., Complex Litig. Proj.). Consultantships: Spec. Rapporteur on Taking Evid. Abroad, Sec'y of St.'s Adv'y Comm. on Priv. Int'l Law; Nat'l Adv'y Panel, Nat'l Acad. of Scis. Proj. on Computer Data Banks.; Rptr., Adv'y Com. on Fed. Rules of Civil Proc., 1978-84.

Melinda Molina (St. John's University School of Law)
Session: AALS Luncheon- Workshop on Property, Saturday (Works-In-Progress Roundtables)
Bio: MOLINA, MELINDA, S. Res. Prof. and Fel. of The Ronald H. Brown Cntr. for Civil Rts. & Economic Dev. St. John's.

Rachel F. Moran (University of California, Berkeley School of Law)
Session: Plenary: The Future of Race, Law and Civil Rights: Asking the Hard Questions
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.

Linda S. Mullenix (The University of Texas School of Law)
Session: Plenary Session: Big Topics, Shrinking Credits
Bio: MULLENIX, LINDA, S. (F) Morris & Rita Atlas Chair in Law 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.

Timothy Mulvaney (Texas A&M University School of Law)
Session: AALS Luncheon- Workshop on Property, Saturday (Works-In-Progress Roundtables)
Bio: MULVANEY, TIMOTHY, (M) Vis. Assoc. Prof. of Law Texas Wesleyan. b.1978. BA, 2000, Haverford Coll.; JD, 2004, Villanova. Assoc. Editor, Villanova Law Rev. Admitted: PA, 2004; NJ, 2005. Dep. Attorney Gen., New Jersey Att'y General's Off., Trenton, NJ, 2005 - 2008; Res. Counsel and Adjunct Prof., Univ. of Mississippi Sch. of Law, 2008 - 2009; Vis. Associate Prof., Texas Wesleyan Univ. Sch. of Law, 2009 - Pres. Subjects: Constitutional Law; Eminent Domain and Regulatory Takings Law (S); Environmental Law; Land Use Planning; Property.

Kali N. Murray (Marquette University Law School)
Session: Plenary Session - The Core of Property: What is Essential in the First Year
Bio: MURRAY, KALI, N. (F) Ass't Prof. Marquette. b.1975. BA, 1996; MA, 1997, Johns Hopkins Univ; JD, 1999, Duke. Sym. Ed., Duke Envt'l L. & Pol'y F. Admitted: MD, 2000; DC, 2003. Clerk, Hon. Catherine C. Blake U.S.D.C. No. Div. Balt., 2000-2001; Assoc., Venable LLP DC 1999-00, 2001-2004; Ass't Prof., Mississippi, Since 2004. Subjects: Environmental Law; Intellectual Property; International Intellectual Property (S); Patent Law (S); Property.

Melissa E. Murray (University of California, Berkeley School of Law)
Session: National Service (Military Service)
Bio: MURRAY, MELISSA, E. (F) Ass't Prof. Cal., Berkeley. b.1975. BA, 1997, Univ. of Va.; JD, 2002, Yale. Notes Ed., Yale L.J. Admitted: NY, 2003. Clerk, Hon. Stefan Underhill U.S.D.C. D. CT Bridgeport, 2002-2003; Clerk, Hon. Sonia Sotomayor U.S.C.A. 2d Cir. NYC, 2003-2004; Assoc.-in-Law, Columbia, 2004-2006; Ass't Prof., Cal. Berkeley, Since 2006. Subjects: Criminal Law; Family Law; Federalism & the Family (S). Books & Awards: Shearman & Sterling/Legal Defense Fund Scholar, 1999-, 2.

Michael B. Mushlin (Pace University School of Law)
Session: Emerging Methods: Three Ideas - Concurrent Session #1
Bio: MUSHLIN, MICHAEL, B. (M) Prof. Pace. JD, 1970, Northwestern. Admitted: NY, 1971. Staff Att'y, Harlem Assertion of Rts. NYC, 1970-1973; Staff Att'y, Legal Aid Soc. Prisoner's Rts. Proj. NYC, 1973-1977; Proj. Dir., 1977-1980; Assoc. Dir., ACL Children's Rts. Proj. NYC, 1981-1984; Vis. Prof., Pace, 1984-1985; Prof., Since 1985; Assoc. Dean, 1995-2001. Subjects: Civil Procedure I & II; Criminal Procedure- Adjudication; Evidence; Federal Courts; Prisoner's Rights (S); Trial & Appellate Advocacy. Books & Awards: Rts. of Prisoners, 3d ed., 2003; NEW YORK Evid. WITH OBJECTIONS (3d Ed National Inst. of Trial Advocacy) (with Jo Ann Harris) , 2008. 2007, John Hopkins Professor of Law .Consultantships: Past Chair & Present Vice Chair , Correctional Ass'n of NY, since 1977; Chair, NYC Bar Ass'n, since 1998, Chair, Com. on Corrections, NYC Bar Ass'n, since 1998; Task Force on Legal Status of Prisoners, ABA, since 2005; Exec. Com., New York City Bar Assocation, 2007-11.

Richard A. Nagareda (Vanderbilt University Law School)
Session: Plenary Session: The Demography of Civil Litigation: What We Know
Bio: NAGAREDA, RICHARD, A. (M) Dir., Cecil D. Branstetter Litig. & Dispute Resolu. Prog. Vanderbilt. b.1963. AB, 1985, Stanford; JD, 1988, Univ. of Chgo. Exec. Ed., U. Chi. L. Rev.; Exec. Ed., U. Chi. L. Rev. Admitted: PA, 1989; DC, 1990. Clerk, Hon. Douglas H. Ginsburg DC Cir., 1988-1989; Att'y/Adv'r, Off. of Legal Counsel U.S. Dep't of Just. DC, 1989-1991; Assoc., Shea & Gardner DC, 1991-1994; Ass't Prof., Georgia, 1994-1999; Assoc. Prof., 1999-2001; Prof., Vanderbilt, Since 2001. Subjects: Administrative Law; Civil Litigation Capstone (S); Complex Litigation; Evidence; Torts (S). Books & Awards: Mass Torts in a World of Settlement, 2007; The Law of Class Actions and Other Aggregate Litig., 2009. Member: COIF.

Richard A. Nagareda (Vanderbilt University Law School)
Session: AALS Luncheon - Workshop on Civil Procedure, Friday
Bio: NAGAREDA, RICHARD, A. (M) Dir., Cecil D. Branstetter Litig. & Dispute Resolu. Prog. Vanderbilt. b.1963. AB, 1985, Stanford; JD, 1988, Univ. of Chgo. Exec. Ed., U. Chi. L. Rev.; Exec. Ed., U. Chi. L. Rev. Admitted: PA, 1989; DC, 1990. Clerk, Hon. Douglas H. Ginsburg DC Cir., 1988-1989; Att'y/Adv'r, Off. of Legal Counsel U.S. Dep't of Just. DC, 1989-1991; Assoc., Shea & Gardner DC, 1991-1994; Ass't Prof., Georgia, 1994-1999; Assoc. Prof., 1999-2001; Prof., Vanderbilt, Since 2001. Subjects: Administrative Law; Civil Litigation Capstone (S); Complex Litigation; Evidence; Torts (S). Books & Awards: Mass Torts in a World of Settlement, 2007; The Law of Class Actions and Other Aggregate Litig., 2009. Member: COIF.

Jonathan R. Nash (Emory University School of Law)
Session: Breakout II - Global Warming #2
Bio: NASH, JONATHAN, R. Prof. Emory. B.A., summa cum laude, 1988, Columbia Univ.; J.D., magna cum laude, 1992, New York Univ; LL. M., 1999, Harvard. Admitted: NY, 1993. Law Clerk to the Hon. Nina Gershon, U.S.D.C., S.D.N.Y., Fed. Jud. Clerkship, New York, NY, 1992 - 1993; Law Clerk to the Hon. Donald S. Russell, U.S. Ct. App., 4th Cir., Fed. Jud. Clerkship, Spartanburg, SC, 1993 - 1994; Postdoc. Fel., New York Univ. Cntr. on Land Use and Envt'l Law, 2000; Harry A. Bigelow Fellow & Lect., Univ. of Chgo., 2000-2002; Assoc. Prof., Tulane Law Sch., 2002-2006; Robert C. Cudd Professor of Environmental Law, Tulane Law Sch., 2004 - 2008; Vis. Scholar, Columbia Law Sch., 2005; Prof., Columbia Law Sch., 2006 - 2008; Vis. Assoc Prof. of Law, Hofstra Law Sch., 2006; Vis. Prof., Univ. of Chgo. Law Sch., 2007 - 2008; Prof. of Law, Emory Law Sch., 2008 - Pres. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Environmental Law; Federal Courts; International Environmental Law (S); Land Use Planning; Law & Economics; Property. Member: Order of the Coif.; Phi Beta Kappa.

Camille A. Nelson (Hofstra University School of Law)
Session: Whiteness and Post Racialism
Bio: NELSON, CAMILLE, A. (F) Professor Hofstra. b.1968. BA, 1991, Toronto; LLB, 1994, Ottawa; LLM, 2000, Columbia. Ottawa L. Rev. Admitted: CANADA, 1996. J.S.D. & LL.M., Columbia, 2000. Clerk, Just. Frank Iacobucci Sup. Ct. of Canada Ottawa, 1994-1995; Litig. Assoc., McCarthy Tetrault Toronto, 1996-1998; Assoc.-in-Law, Columbia, 1998-2000; Ass't Prof., St. Louis, 2000-2005; Assoc. Prof., Saint Louis University, Sch. of Law, 2005 - 2006; Full Prof. , Saint Louis University, Sch. of Law, 2006 - 2009; Vis. Prof., 2008 - 2009; Dean's Scholar in Residence, Washington Univ. in St. Louis, Sch. of Law, 2009. Subjects: Comparative Criminal Law (S); Contracts; Criminal Law; Criminal Procedure; Critical Race Theory (S); Legal Profession; Legal Research & Writing; Sports Ethics & the Law (S); Transnational Law. Books & Awards: Racism Eh? A Critical Inter-Disciplinary Anthology of Race and Racism in Canada, 2004. 2005, Derrick A. Bell Jr. Faculty Award, Association of American Law Schools, Section on Minority Groups ; 2005, Faculty Excellence Award, Saint Louis University & School of Law, Professor of Year.Member: Int'l Cong. on Law & Mental Health.; Law & Soc. Ass'n; SALT. Consultantships: Consult., Canadian Bar Ass'n, since 1997.

Alina Ng (Mississippi College School of Law)
Session: AALS Luncheon- Workshop on Property, Saturday (Works-In-Progress Roundtables)
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.

Hari Michele Osofsky (Washington and Lee University School of Law)
Session: Plenary Session - The Global Warming Crisis: Property 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).

Nancy K. Ota (Albany Law School)
Session: Race & Sexuality
Bio: OTA, NANCY, K. Prof. Albany. BS, 1977, Cal., Berkeley; MBA, 1983, Tulane; JD, 1992, Stanford. Stan. J.L. Gender & Sexual Orientation. Future Law Tchg. Fellow, Georgetown, 1992-93. Future Law Tchg. Fel., Georgetown, 1992-1993; Adj. Prof., Baltimore, 1994; Vis. Ass't Prof., Toledo, 1994-1995; Ass't Prof., Albany, 1995-1998; Assoc. Prof., 1998-2001; Prof., Since 2001. Subjects: Bankruptcy; Commercial Law; Commercial Paper; Contracts; Immigration; Issues in Law & Society (S). Member: Law & Soc. Assn.; SALT.

Jessica Owley (Pace University School of Law)
Session: AALS Luncheon- Workshop on Property, Saturday (Works-In-Progress Roundtables)
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.

Brandon Paradise (Rutgers School of Law - Newark)
Session: Race and First-Year Courses: Contracts, Torts & Civil Procedure
Bio: PARADISE, BRANDON, Ass't Prof. Rutgers - Newark.

Eduardo Moises Penalver (Cornell Law School)
Session: AALS Luncheon - Workshop on Property, Friday
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.

Eduardo Moises Penalver (Cornell Law School)
Session: Plenary Session - The Global Warming Crisis: 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.

Eduardo Moises Penalver (Cornell Law School)
Session: Planning Committee for Workshop on Property
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.

Juan F. Perea (University of Florida Fredric G. Levin College of Law)
Session: Race and the Law: The Course
Bio: PEREA, JUAN, F. (M) Cone, Wagner, Nugent, Johnson, Hazouri & Roth Prof. Univ. of Florida. BA, 1977, Maryland; JD, 1986, Boston Coll. Ed., B.C.L. Rev. Admitted: MA, 1986. Grad. Study, Smith Coll. Sch. for Social Work, 1979-80. Clerk, Hon. Bruce M. Selya U.S.C.A. 1st Cir., 1986-1987; Assoc., Ropes & Gray Boston, 1987-1989; Att'y, NLRB Boston, 1989-1990; Ass't Prof., Univ. of Florida, 1990-1993; Assoc. Prof., 1993-1995; Prof., Since 1995. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Constitutional Law; Critical Theory of History & Race (S); Employment Discrimination; Employment Law. Books & Awards: Immigrants Out! The New Nativism and the Anti-Immigration Impulse in the U.S. (Ed. & Contrib'r), 1997; Hon. Mention, Gustavus Myers Outstanding Bk. Award for Bks. Pub. in 1997, 1999; Race and Races: Cases and Resources for a Diverse America (with Delgado, Harris & Wildman), 2000, 2d ed. (with Delgado, et. al.), 2007. Member: Phi Beta Kappa; Order of the Coif; Phi Kappa Phi. Consultantships: Bd. of Gov'rs, SALT, 1994-97.

john a. powell (The Ohio State University, Michael E. Moritz College of Law)
Session: Plenary: The Future of Race, Law and Civil Rights: Asking the Hard Questions
Bio: POWELL, JOHN, A. Prof., Gregory H. Williams Chair in Civil Rts. & Civil Liberties & Exec. Dir., Inst. for Race and Ethnicity in the Americas. Ohio State.

Susan Westerberg Prager (Association of American Law Schools)
Session: Workshop on "Post Racial" Civil Rights Law Welcome
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.

Susan Westerberg Prager (Association of American Law Schools)
Session: Welcome and Introduction - Workshop on Civil Procedure
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.

Susan Westerberg Prager (Association of American Law Schools)
Session: Welcome and Introduction - Workshop on Property Law
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.

Carla D. Pratt (Pennsylvania State University The Dickinson School of Law)
Session: Race, Sovereignty & Political Identity
Bio: PRATT, CARLA, Prof. of Law Penn State - Dickinson. b.1968. BA, 1989, East Texas St. Univ.; JD, 1992, Howard. Tech. Ed., How. L.J. Admitted: PA, 1993; NJ, 1993. Dep. Att'y Gen., NJ Div. of Law Trenton, 1993-1996; Assoc., Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP Phila., 1996-2000; Ass't Prof., Penn State-Dickinson, 2000-2007; Assoc. Prof., Since 2007. Subjects: Contracts; Equal Protection & Civil Rights; Professional Responsibility; Race Racism & American Law (S).

Jedediah S. Purdy (Duke University School of Law)
Session: AALS Luncheon - Workshop on Property, Friday
Bio: PURDY, JEDEDIAH, S. (M) Professor Duke. b.1974. AB, 1997, Harvard Coll.; JD, 2001, Yale. Admitted: NY, 2006. Fellow, New Am. Fdn. DC, 2001-2002; Clerk, Hon. Pierre N. Leval U.S.C.A. 2d Cir. NYC, 2002-2003; Fellow, Berkman Cntr. for Internet & Soc. Harvard, 2004; Ass't Prof., Duke, Since 2004; Fellow, Safra Cntr. for Ethics Harvard, 2006-2007; Vis. Ass't Prof., Harvard, 2007. Subjects: Property; Property & Constitutional Order (S). Books & Awards: For Common Things: Irony, Trust, & Commitment in America Today, 1999; Being America: Liberty, Commerce, & Violence in an Am. World, 2003; Democratic Vistas: Reflections on Am. Democracy (ed.), 2004. Consultantships: Ed'l Adv'y Bd., Ethics & Int'l Affrs., since 2004; Contrib. Ed., The American Prospect, since 2004.

Annelise Riles (Cornell Law School)
Session: Breakout I - What Does the Mortgage Crisis Teach Us About Regulating Risk?
Bio: RILES, ANNELISE, (F) Clarke Prof. of Far East Legal Studies, Prof. of Anthropology & Dir., Clarke Prog. in East Asian Law & Culture. Cornell. b.1966. AB, 1988, Princeton; MSc, 1990, London Sch. of Econ.; JD, 1993, Harvard; PHD, 1996, Univ. of Cambridge. Arts. Chair, Harv. L. Rev. Admitted: NY, 1993. Grad. Study, Lang. & Lit., Inter-Univ. Prog. for Chinese Lang. Study in Taipei, 1988.; Grad. Study, Lang. & Lit., Beijing Univ., 1987. Fellow, Ford Fellowship in Public Int'l Law Cambridge MA, 1993-1994; Lect., Univ. of the So. Pacific Suva Fiji, 1995. Subjects: Anthropology of Law (S); Comparative Law: East Asian Legal Systems; Conflict of Laws; Futures Markets Regulation (S); International Law; International Transactions; Property. Books & Awards: The Network Inside Out, 2000; ASIL Cert. of Merit, 2001; Rethinking the Masters of Comp. Law, 2001; Documents: Artifacts of Modern Knowledge, 2006. 1989, Marshall Scholar; 2001, Fellow, American Council of Learned Societies.Member: ASIL.; Am. Anthropological Ass'n; Int'l Acad. of Comp. Law; Law & Soc. Ass'n. Consultantships: Consult., Fiji Const'l Rev. Comm., 1995-96; Panel Mem., National Science Foundation Law and Social Science Panel, 2005-07; Comm'r, US-China Committee on Legal Education, 2007-09; Ed'l Bd. Mem., Humanity, since 2009. on leave, University of Tokyo Institute of Social Science, Spring 2010.

Annelise Riles (Cornell Law School)
Session: Breakout II - The Mortgage Crisis #2
Bio: RILES, ANNELISE, (F) Clarke Prof. of Far East Legal Studies, Prof. of Anthropology & Dir., Clarke Prog. in East Asian Law & Culture. Cornell. b.1966. AB, 1988, Princeton; MSc, 1990, London Sch. of Econ.; JD, 1993, Harvard; PHD, 1996, Univ. of Cambridge. Arts. Chair, Harv. L. Rev. Admitted: NY, 1993. Grad. Study, Lang. & Lit., Inter-Univ. Prog. for Chinese Lang. Study in Taipei, 1988.; Grad. Study, Lang. & Lit., Beijing Univ., 1987. Fellow, Ford Fellowship in Public Int'l Law Cambridge MA, 1993-1994; Lect., Univ. of the So. Pacific Suva Fiji, 1995. Subjects: Anthropology of Law (S); Comparative Law: East Asian Legal Systems; Conflict of Laws; Futures Markets Regulation (S); International Law; International Transactions; Property. Books & Awards: The Network Inside Out, 2000; ASIL Cert. of Merit, 2001; Rethinking the Masters of Comp. Law, 2001; Documents: Artifacts of Modern Knowledge, 2006. 1989, Marshall Scholar; 2001, Fellow, American Council of Learned Societies.Member: ASIL.; Am. Anthropological Ass'n; Int'l Acad. of Comp. Law; Law & Soc. Ass'n. Consultantships: Consult., Fiji Const'l Rev. Comm., 1995-96; Panel Mem., National Science Foundation Law and Social Science Panel, 2005-07; Comm'r, US-China Committee on Legal Education, 2007-09; Ed'l Bd. Mem., Humanity, since 2009. on leave, University of Tokyo Institute of Social Science, Spring 2010.

Angela R. Riley (Southwestern Law School)
Session: Race, Sovereignty & Political Identity
Bio: RILEY, ANGELA, R. (F) Prof. Southwestern. b.1973. BA, 1995, Univ. of Oklahoma; JD, 1998, Harvard. Admitted: CA, 2000. Jud'l Clerk, Hon. T. Kern U.S.D.C. Tulsa, 1998-1999; Litig. Ass't, Katten Muchin Zavis L.A., 1999-2001; Litig. Ass't, Quinn Emanuel L.A., 2001-2002; Tchg. Scholar, Santa Clara, 2002-2003; Assoc. Prof., Southwestern, 2003-2007; Irving D. & Florence Rosenberg Prof., 2007-2008; Prof., Since 2007. Subjects: Cultural Property (S); Federal Indian Law; Illiberal Groups in the Liberal State (S); Property. Consultantships: Fellowship Com. Chair, Native Am. Alumni Fellowship Com., Harvard Law Sch., since 2003; Just., Sup. Ct., Potwatomi Nation, since 2003; Evidentiary Hearing Off'r, Morongo Band of Mission Indians, since 2007.

Dorothy E. Roberts (Northwestern University School of Law)
Session: Race & Dependency
Bio: ROBERTS, DOROTHY, E. (F) Kirkland & Ellis Prof. Northwestern. b.1956. BA, 1977, Yale; JD, 1980, Harvard. Admitted: NY, 1981. Clerk, Hon. Constance Baker Motley NYC, 1980-1981; Assoc. Att'y, Paul Weiss Rifkind Wharton & Garrison NYC, 1982-1988; Assoc. Prof., Rutgers Newark, 1988-1994; Vis. Assoc. Prof., Pennsylvania, 1994; Fellow, Prog. in Ethics & the Professions Harvard, 1994-1995; Prof., 1994-1998; Vis. Prof., Northwestern, 1997; Vis. Prof., Stanford, 1998; Fellow, Inst. for Policy Res., Since 1998; Prof., Northwestern, Since 1998; Bacon-Kilkenny Distinguished Visiting Prof., Fordham Univ. Sch. of Law , 2006; Vis. Fel., Cntr. for Comp. Studies Race and Ethnicity , 2008. Subjects: Criminal Law; Family Law & Juvenile Law; Juvenile Law (S); Women & the Law. Books & Awards: Killing the Black Body: Race, Reproduction, and the Meaning of Liberty, 1997; Gustavus Myers Award, 1998; Shattered Bonds: The Color of Child Welfare, 2000; Frug's Women and the Law (with Adler, Crooms, Greenburg & Minow), 2008. 1998, Radcliffe Graduate Society Medal.Member: Phi Beta Kappa. Consultantships: Bd. of Dirs., NJ Public Interest Law Ctr., 1996-04; Bd. of Dirs., Nat'l Black Women's Health Proj., since 1999; Bd. of Dirs., Nat'l Coalition for Child Protection Reform, since 1999; Bd. of Directors, Generations Ahead, since 2008; Stands. Working Grp., California Institute for Regenerative Medicine, since 2008.

Florence Wagman Roisman (Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law)
Session: Housing
Bio: ROISMAN, FLORENCE WAGMAN, (F) William F. Harvey Prof. of Law Ind., Indianapolis. b.1939. BA, 1959, Connecticut; LLB, 1963, Harvard. Admitted: NY, 1964; DC, 1967. Staff Att'y, FTC DC, 1963-1964; Staff Att'y, Civil Div. Appellate Sect. U.S. Dep't of Just. DC, 1964-1967; Staff Att'y & Mng. Att'y, Law Reform Unit DC Neighborhood Legal Servs. Proj., 1967-1970; Assoc. Prof., Cath. Univ., 1970-1974; Staff Att'y/Counsel, Nat'l Housing Law Proj. DC, 1971-1995; Vis. Prof., Maryland, 1982-1983; Vis. Prof., Georgetown, 1993-1995; Assoc. Prof., Widener, 1995-1997; Assoc. Prof., Ind. Indpls., 1997-2000; Prof., Since 2000; J. Skelly Wright Fel., Yale, 2006. Subjects: Comparative Housing Law; Housing Discrimination; Property. Books & Awards: Equal Just. Works Outstanding Law Sch. Fac. Award, 2004. Member: Phi Beta Kappa; ALI; SALT (Bd. of Gov'rs, 2003-2008). Consultantships: Chair, Prop. Sect., AALS, 2000-01; Plng. Com., First, Second & Third Nat'l Conf. on Housing Mobility, 1993-94, 1996-97, since 2004; Nat'l Bd. Mem., ACLU, since 2006.

Florence Wagman Roisman (Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law)
Session: Breakout II - The Mortgage Crisis #2
Bio: ROISMAN, FLORENCE WAGMAN, (F) William F. Harvey Prof. of Law Ind., Indianapolis. b.1939. BA, 1959, Connecticut; LLB, 1963, Harvard. Admitted: NY, 1964; DC, 1967. Staff Att'y, FTC DC, 1963-1964; Staff Att'y, Civil Div. Appellate Sect. U.S. Dep't of Just. DC, 1964-1967; Staff Att'y & Mng. Att'y, Law Reform Unit DC Neighborhood Legal Servs. Proj., 1967-1970; Assoc. Prof., Cath. Univ., 1970-1974; Staff Att'y/Counsel, Nat'l Housing Law Proj. DC, 1971-1995; Vis. Prof., Maryland, 1982-1983; Vis. Prof., Georgetown, 1993-1995; Assoc. Prof., Widener, 1995-1997; Assoc. Prof., Ind. Indpls., 1997-2000; Prof., Since 2000; J. Skelly Wright Fel., Yale, 2006. Subjects: Comparative Housing Law; Housing Discrimination; Property. Books & Awards: Equal Just. Works Outstanding Law Sch. Fac. Award, 2004. Member: Phi Beta Kappa; ALI; SALT (Bd. of Gov'rs, 2003-2008). Consultantships: Chair, Prop. Sect., AALS, 2000-01; Plng. Com., First, Second & Third Nat'l Conf. on Housing Mobility, 1993-94, 1996-97, since 2004; Nat'l Bd. Mem., ACLU, since 2006.

Daria Roithmayr (University of Southern California Gould School of Law)
Session: Comparative Law & Human Rights
Bio: ROITHMAYR, DARIA, (F) Prof. Southern Ca. b.1962. BS, 1984, U.C.L.A.; JD, 1990, Georgetown. Sr. Note Ed., Geo. L.J. Admitted: CA, 1990; AZ, 1992. Clerk, Hon. Marvin J. Garbis Fed. Dist. Ct. MD, 1990-1991; Spec. Counsel, Sen. Edward Kennedy U.S. Senate Jud. Com., 1990-1991; Assoc., Brown & Bain Phoenix AZ, 1992-1995; Ass't Prof., Illinois, 1996-2000; Assoc. Prof., 2000-2006; Vis. Prof., Michigan, 2003-2004; Vis. Prof., Minnesota, 2005; Prof., Southern Cal., Since 2006. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Critical Race Theory; Evidence; Feminist Jurisprudence (S); South African Constitutionalism. Member: Order of the Coif. Consultantships: Spec. Counsel, Antitobacco Litig., MS Att'y Gen'ls Off., since 1997; Spec. Counsel, People for the Am. Way, since 2005.

Daria Roithmayr (University of Southern California Gould School of Law)
Session: Plenary: Interventions: The Possibilities of Law
Bio: ROITHMAYR, DARIA, (F) Prof. Southern Ca. b.1962. BS, 1984, U.C.L.A.; JD, 1990, Georgetown. Sr. Note Ed., Geo. L.J. Admitted: CA, 1990; AZ, 1992. Clerk, Hon. Marvin J. Garbis Fed. Dist. Ct. MD, 1990-1991; Spec. Counsel, Sen. Edward Kennedy U.S. Senate Jud. Com., 1990-1991; Assoc., Brown & Bain Phoenix AZ, 1992-1995; Ass't Prof., Illinois, 1996-2000; Assoc. Prof., 2000-2006; Vis. Prof., Michigan, 2003-2004; Vis. Prof., Minnesota, 2005; Prof., Southern Cal., Since 2006. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Critical Race Theory; Evidence; Feminist Jurisprudence (S); South African Constitutionalism. Member: Order of the Coif. Consultantships: Spec. Counsel, Antitobacco Litig., MS Att'y Gen'ls Off., since 1997; Spec. Counsel, People for the Am. Way, since 2005.

Ediberto Roman (Florida International University College of Law)
Session: Race, Sovereignty & Political Identity
Bio: ROMAN, EDIBERTO, Vis. 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: Antitrust; Business Associations; Contracts; Products Liability; Remedies; 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, 2009; Those Damn Immigrants, 2010. Member: SouthEastern Ass'n of Law Schools, Dep. Exec. Dir.; ALI.

Tom I. Romero, II (Hamline University School of Law)
Session: Whiteness and Post Racialism
Bio: ROMERO, TOM, I., II (M) Assoc. Prof. Hamline. b.1973. BA, 1995, Denver; MA, 1999; JD, 2000, Michigan; PhD, 2004, Michigan. Mich. J. of Race & L. Western Legal Studies Fel., Colorado, 2000-2004; Vis. Lect., Denver, 2003-2004; Ass't Prof., Hamline, 2004-2006; Assoc. Prof., Hamline, Since 2006. Subjects: Critical Legal Studies (S); Land Use Planning; Latinos and the Law; Legal History; Property; Water Law & Policy. Member: Law and Soc.; LatCrit, Inc.; Urban Hist. Assocation; Am. Soc. of Legal Historians; Western Hist. Assn.; Am. Historical Ass'n. Consultantships: Adv'y Com., El Fondo de Nuestro Comunidad, since 2004; Bd. of Dirs., Centro Legal, 2005-09; Bd. of Dirs., Affordable Housing Inc., since 2009.

Gerald Rosenfeld (New York University)
Session: Breakout I - What Does the Mortgage Crisis Teach Us About Regulating Risk?

J. B. Ruhl (Florida State University College of Law)
Session: Breakout Session - Global Warming Crisis: Thinking Holistically
Bio: RUHL, J.B., (M) Matthews & Hawkins Prof. of Prop. Fla. State. b.1957. BA, 1979, Univ. of Va.; JD, 1982, Univ. of Va.; LLM, 1986, Geo. Wash.; PhD, 2006, Southern Illinois. Admitted: DC, 1982; TX, 1986. Ph.D. Prog. in Geography, Southern Illinois, since 1996. Part., Fulbright & Jaworski Austin TX, 1986-1994; Adj. Prof., Univ. of Texas, 1991-1994; Ass't Prof., Southern Illinois, 1994-1997; Assoc. Prof., 1997-1998; Prof., 1998-1999; Prof., Fla. St., Since 1999; Assoc. Dean, 2004-2005. Subjects: Administrative Law; Environmental Law; Environmental Law (S); Land Use Planning; Legal Writing (S); Property. Books & Awards: Biodiversity & Ecosystem Mgt. (with Nagle), 2d ed., 2006; The Law and Policy of Ecosystem Services (with Kraft & Lant), 2007; The Prac. and Policy of Envt'l Law (with NAgle & Salzman), 2008. Member: ALI.; Phi Beta Kappa. Consultantships: Com. on Endangered Species in the Klamath River Basin, Nat'l Res. Coun., 2002-03.

Erin Ryan (William & Mary Law School)
Session: Breakout Session - Global Warming Crisis: Thinking Holistically
Bio: RYAN, ERIN, (F) Assoc. Prof. Wm. & Mary. b.1969. AB, 1991, Harvard-Radcliffe Coll.; MA, 1994, Wesleyen Univ.; JD, 2001, Harvard. Notes Ed., Harv. L. Rev. Admitted: CA, 2001. Jud'l Clerk, Hon. James R. Browning 9th Cir. Ct. of App. San Fran., 2001-2002; Envtl. Fellow & Assoc., Shute Mihaly & Weinberger San Fran., 2002-2004; Adj. Prof., Cal. Hastings, 2004; Ass't Prof., Wm. & Mary, Since 2004. Subjects: Natural Resource Law (S); Negotiation & Settlement/ADR; Property/Land Use Law.

Erin Ryan (William & Mary Law School)
Session: Breakout II - Global Warming #2
Bio: RYAN, ERIN, (F) Assoc. Prof. Wm. & Mary. b.1969. AB, 1991, Harvard-Radcliffe Coll.; MA, 1994, Wesleyen Univ.; JD, 2001, Harvard. Notes Ed., Harv. L. Rev. Admitted: CA, 2001. Jud'l Clerk, Hon. James R. Browning 9th Cir. Ct. of App. San Fran., 2001-2002; Envtl. Fellow & Assoc., Shute Mihaly & Weinberger San Fran., 2002-2004; Adj. Prof., Cal. Hastings, 2004; Ass't Prof., Wm. & Mary, Since 2004. Subjects: Natural Resource Law (S); Negotiation & Settlement/ADR; Property/Land Use Law.

Erin Ryan (William & Mary Law School)
Session: AALS Luncheon- Workshop on Property, Saturday (Works-In-Progress Roundtables)
Bio: RYAN, ERIN, (F) Assoc. Prof. Wm. & Mary. b.1969. AB, 1991, Harvard-Radcliffe Coll.; MA, 1994, Wesleyen Univ.; JD, 2001, Harvard. Notes Ed., Harv. L. Rev. Admitted: CA, 2001. Jud'l Clerk, Hon. James R. Browning 9th Cir. Ct. of App. San Fran., 2001-2002; Envtl. Fellow & Assoc., Shute Mihaly & Weinberger San Fran., 2002-2004; Adj. Prof., Cal. Hastings, 2004; Ass't Prof., Wm. & Mary, Since 2004. Subjects: Natural Resource Law (S); Negotiation & Settlement/ADR; Property/Land Use Law.

Mark Sagoff (University of Maryland)
Session: Breakout Session - The Global Warming Crisis: Fairness

Saul Sarabia (University of California, Los Angeles School of Law)
Session: Race Law Curricula, Programs and Centers
Bio: SARABIA, SAUL, Dir., Critical Race Studies. U.C.L.A.

Leticia Saucedo (University of Nevada, Las Vegas, William S. Boyd School of Law)
Session: Anti-Discrimination Law
Bio: SAUCEDO, LETICIA, (F) Prof. Nevada, Las Vegas. JD, 1996, Harvard. Harvard Latino L. Rev. Admitted: TX, 1996. Clerk, Ch. Just. Tom Phillips TX Sup. Ct. Austin, 1996-1997; Assoc., Fried Frank Harris Shriver & Jacobson NYC, 1997-1999; Staff Att'y. Mexican Am. Legal Defense & Educ'l Fund, San Antonio TX, 1999-2003. Subjects: Immigration Clinic; Immigration Law (S); Torts.

Maria Savasta-Kennedy (University of North Carolina School of Law)
Session: Breakout Session - The Global Warming Crisis: Fairness
Bio: SAVASTA-KENNEDY, MARIA, (F) Clin. Prof. & Di, Externship Prog. Univ. of No. Ca. b.1962. BA, 1984, UCLA; JD, 1988, U.C.L.A. Admitted: CA, 1988; DC, 1995. Litig. Assoc., Pettit & Martin , San Francisco , 1988-1991; Assoc. Att'y, Sierra Club Legal Defense Fund, San Francisco , 1991-1993; Litig. Assoc., Rosen Bien & Asaro , San Francisco , 1993-1994; Lawyering Instr., New York Univ., 1995-1997; Adj. Prof., UNC Sch. of Law, 1998; Vis. Ass't Clin. Prof., UNC Sch. of Law, 1998-1999; Clin. Assoc. Prof., UNC Sch. of Law, 1999-2003; Director, Externship Prog., UNC Sch. of Law, Since 2004; Clin. Prof. , UNC Sch. of Law, Since 2003. Subjects: Clinical Lawyering; Environmental Law Practice (S); Pre Trial Civil Litigation (S).

John Schwartz (New York Times )
Session: AALS Luncheon - Workshop on Civil Procedure, Saturday

Timothy D. Scrantom (Juridica Capital Management (US) Inc.)
Session: Plenary Session: Brave New World of Litigation Finance

Anthony J. Sebok (Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law)
Session: Plenary Session: Brave New World of Litigation Finance
Bio: SEBOK, ANTHONY, J. (M) Prof. Cardozo. b.1963. BA, 1984, Cornell; MPhil, 1986, Oxford; JD, 1991, Yale; PhD, 1993, Princeton. Sr. Ed., Yale L.J.; Exec. Ed., Yale L. & Pol'y Rev. Admitted: NY, 1994. Clerk, Hon. Edward N. Cahn E.D. PA, 1991-1992; Ass't Prof., Brooklyn, 1992-1995; Assoc. Prof., 1995-1998; Vis. Assoc. Prof., Yeshiva, 1997; Prof., Brooklyn, 1998-2007; Berlin Prize Fel., Am. Acad. of Berlin Germany, 1999; Vis. Prof., Freie Univ. Berlin Germany, 2001; Fellow, Prog. in Law & Public Affrs Woodrow Wilson Sch., 2005-2006; Assoc. Dean for Res., 2006-2007; Prof., Yeshiva, Since 2007. Subjects: Constitutional Law; Insurance Law; Jurisprudence; Remedies; Torts. Books & Awards: Legal Positivism in Am. Jurisp., 1998; Tort Law: Responsibilities and Redress (with Goldberg & Zipursky) (2nd ed.), 2008. Member: Am. Soc. for Pol. & Legal Phil.; ALI. Consultantships: Products Liability Com., Ass'n of the Bar of NYC, 2000-03; Products Liability Com., Ass'n of the Bar of NYC, 2006-09.

Reva B. Siegel (Yale Law School)
Session: Constitutional Law
Bio: SIEGEL, REVA, B. Nicholas deB. Katzenbach Prof. of Law 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: Advanced Constitutional Law (S); 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.

Linda J. Silberman (New York University School of Law)
Session: Plenary Session: Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign-Country Judgments: Domestic and Comparative Perspectives
Bio: SILBERMAN, LINDA, J. (F) Martin Lipton Prof. New York Univ. b.1944. BA, 1965; JD, 1968, Michigan. Note & Comment Ed., Mich. L. Rev. Admitted: IL, 1969. Fulbright Scholar, Univ. of London, 1968-1969; Assoc., Sonnenschein Carlin Nath & Rosenthal, 1969-1971; Ass't Prof., New York Univ., 1971-1974; Assoc. Prof., 1974-1977; Prof., Since 1977; Vis. Prof., Harvard, 1979-1980; Vis. Prof., Columbia, 1982-1983; Vis. Prof., Pennsylvania fall 1981, 1984-1985; Prof.-in-Res., Dep't of Just. Appellate Staff, 1985-1986. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Comparative Procedure (S); Conflict of Laws; Family Law; International Arbitration (S); International Litigation. Books & Awards: Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Judgments (ALI, with Lowenfeld)., 0; Non-Attorney Just. in the U.S., 1979; The Hague Convention on Juris. and Judgments (ed. with A. Lowenfeld), 2001; Civil Procedure: Theory & Prac. (with Stein & Wolff), 2d ed., 2006. Member: COIF; ALI (Co-Rptr., Int'l Juris. & Judgments Proj., 1999-04); AALS (Chair, Conflict of Laws Sect., 2005-06). Consultantships: Co-Rptr., Adv'y Com. on Fed. Rules of Civil Proc., 1979-83; Com. on Int'l Dispute Resolu., Ass'n of the Bar of the City of NY, 2001-04; Delegate, Hague Conf. Spec. Comm. on Child Abduction, U.S. Dep't of State, since 2002.

Joseph W. Singer (Harvard Law School)
Session: Planning Committee for Workshop on Property
Bio: SINGER, JOSEPH, W. (M) Bussey Prof. Harvard. b.1954. BA, 1976, Williams Coll.; MA, 1978; JD, 1981, Harvard. Admitted: MA, 1981; NJ, 1982. Clerk, Just. Morris Pashman Sup. Ct. of NJ Hackensack, 1981-1982; Assoc., Palmer & Dodge Boston, 1982-1984; Assoc. Prof., Boston Univ., 1984-1990; Prof., 1990-1992; Prof., Harvard, Since 1992. Subjects: Conflict of Laws; Problem Solving Workshop; Property; Supreme Court Decisionmaking (S). Books & Awards: Edges of the Field: Lessons on the Obligations of Ownership, 2000; Entitlement: The Paradoxes of Prop., 2000; Cohen's Hdbk. of Fed. Indian Law (with Nell Newton, Robert Anderson, Carole Goldberg, John LaVelle, Judith Royster, Rennard Strickland) with 2009 Cumulative Supp., 2005; Introduction to Property, 2nd ed., 2005; Prop. Law: Rules, Policies and Practices, 4th ed., 2006.

Henry E. Smith (Harvard Law School)
Session: Plenary Session - The Core of Property: What is Essential in the First Year
Bio: SMITH, HENRY, E. (M) Prof. of Law Harvard. b.1965. AB, 1986, Harvard; AM, 1987; PhD, 1992, Stanford; JD, 1996, Yale. Arts. Ed., Yale L.J. Admitted: IL, 1997. Clerk, Hon. Ralph K. Winter U.S.C.A. 2d Cir. New Haven CT, 1996-1997; Ass't Prof., Northwestern, 1997-2000; Vis. Prof., Univ. of Chgo., 2000; Assoc. Prof., 2000-2001; Prof., Northwestern, 2001-2002; Vis. Prof., Yale, 2001-2002; Prof., 2002-2006; Fred A. Johnston Prof. of Property and Envt'l Law, Yale, 2006 - 2008; William K. Jacobs, Jr. Vis. Prof. Harvard, 2006; Prof. of Law, Harvard Law Sch., 2009 - Pres. Subjects: Introduction to Intellectual Property; Natural Resources; Property; Remedies; Taxation, Federal. Books & Awards: Restrictiveness in Case Theory, 1996; The Privilege Against Self-Incrimination: Its Origins and Dev. (with Helmholz, et al.), 1997.

The Honorable Lisa Margaret Smith (Southern District of New York)
Session: Emerging Methods: Three Ideas - Concurrent Session #1

Terry Smith (DePaul University College of Law)
Session: Race and Law School Climate
Bio: SMITH, TERRY, (M) Professor DePaul. b.1964. BA, 1986, Brown Univ.; JD, 1989, New York Univ. Admitted: PA, 1991; NJ, 1991; DC, 1993. Clerk, Hon. Nathaniel R. Jones U.S.C.A. 6th Cir. Cincinnati, 1989-1990; Assoc., Kirkland & Ellis DC, 1990-1993; Assoc. Prof., Fordham, 1993-2002; Prof., Since 2002; Dist. Research Prof., DePaul, 2009 - Pres. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Labor & Employment Law; Labor Law; Voting Rights (S).

Dean Spade (Seattle University School of Law)
Session: Race & Sexuality
Bio: SPADE, DEAN, Ass't Prof. Seattle.

Kenneth Stahl (Chapman University Dale E. Fowler School of Law)
Session: AALS Luncheon- Workshop on Property, Saturday (Works-In-Progress Roundtables)
Bio: STAHL, KENNETH, (M) Ass't Prof. Chapman. b.1974. JD, 2000, Yale. Note Ed.,, Yale L.J. Admitted: MA, 2001; DC, 2001; NY, 2001. Ass't United States Att'y, U.S. Attorney's Off., Brooklyn, NY, 2004 - 2008; Ass't Prof., Chapman Univ. Sch. of Law, 2008 - Pres. Subjects: Land Use Law; Local Government Law; Property.

Kenneth Stahl (Chapman University Dale E. Fowler School of Law)
Session: Breakout I - What Does the Mortgage Crisis Teach Us About the Political Economy of Home Ownership?
Bio: STAHL, KENNETH, (M) Ass't Prof. Chapman. b.1974. JD, 2000, Yale. Note Ed.,, Yale L.J. Admitted: MA, 2001; DC, 2001; NY, 2001. Ass't United States Att'y, U.S. Attorney's Off., Brooklyn, NY, 2004 - 2008; Ass't Prof., Chapman Univ. Sch. of Law, 2008 - Pres. Subjects: Land Use Law; Local Government Law; Property.

Stewart E. Sterk (Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law)
Session: Plenary Session - The Core of Property: What is Essential in the First Year
Bio: STERK, STEWART, E. (M) H. Bert & Ruth Mack Prof. of Real Estate Law. Cardozo. b.1952. AB, 1973, Columbia; JD, 1976, Columbia. Mng. Ed., Colum. L. Rev. Admitted: NY, 1977. Clerk, Ch. Judge Charles D. Breitel Ct. of App. NY, 1976-1978; Ass't Prof., Yeshiva, 1979-1981; Assoc. Prof., 1981-1984; Prof., 1984-1990; Mack Prof., Yeshiva, Since 1990; Vis. Prof., Columbia spring 1985-87 89, 1991; Vis. Prof., Pennsylvania, 1992; Sr. Assoc. Dean, Yeshiva, 2000-2001. Subjects: Conflict of Laws; Copyright; Estates & Trusts; Land Use Planning; Property. Books & Awards: Trusts and Estates, Concepts and Insights (with Leslie), 2006; Cases and Materials on Estates and Trusts (with Dobris & Leslie), 3rd ed., 2007. Member: ALI.

Stephanie M. Stern (Chicago-Kent College of Law, Illinois Institute of Technology)
Session: Breakout I - What Does the Mortgage Crisis Teach Us About the Political Economy of Home Ownership?
Bio: STERN, STEPHANIE, Assoc. Prof. of Law and Norman and Edna Freehling Scholar Chicago-Kent. JD, 1999, Yale. Subjects: Environmental Law; Land Use; Property; Real Estate Transactions.

Julie Su
Session: Plenary: The Future of Race, Law and Civil Rights: Asking the Hard Questions

Gerald Torres (The University of Texas School of Law)
Session: Plenary: The Future of Race, Law and Civil Rights: Asking the Hard Questions
Bio: TORRES, GERALD, (M) Bryant Smith Chair in Law Univ. of Texas. b.1952. BA, 1974, Stanford; JD, 1977, Yale; LLM, 1980, Michigan. Admitted: DC, 1978. Staff Att'y, Children's Defense Fund DC, 1977-1978; Stud. Adv'r, Michigan, 1978-1980; Ass't Prof., Pittsburgh, 1980-1984; Vis. Ass't Prof., Minnesota, 1983-1984; Prof., 1984-1993; Vis. Prof., Vermont, 1986; Vis. Prof., Univ. of Texas, 1989; Vis. Prof., Harvard, 1990-1991; Counsel, Att'y Gen. U.S. Dep't of Just. DC, 1993-1995; Prof., Univ. of Texas, Since 1993; Assoc. Dean, Acad. Affrs., 1997-1999; V-Provost, 1999-2001; Vis. Prof., Stanford, 2001. Subjects: Environmental Law; Federal Indian Law; International Environmental Law (S); Jurisprudence; Property; Water Law. Books & Awards: The Miner's Canary (with L. Guinier), 2002. Member: Am. Soc. for Legal Hist.; ALI.; Am. Agric. Law Ass'n. Consultantships: Bd. Mem., Envtl. Law Inst., 1996-02; Coun. Mem., Nat'l Petroleum Coun., 1999-05; Pres., AALS, since 2004.

David D. Troutt (Rutgers School of Law - Newark)
Session: Housing Reform and Urban Renewal
Bio: TROUTT, DAVID, D. Prof. & Just. John J. Francis Scholar. Rutgers - Newark. b.1964. AB, 1986, Stanford; JD, 1991, Harvard. Ed., Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev. Admitted: CA, 1992; NY, 1995. Dir., Low-Income Consumer Advocacy Consumers Union San Fran., 1991-1992; Assoc., Morrison & Foerster San Fran. & NYC, 1992-1995; Assoc. Prof., Rutgers Newark, 1995-2001; Prof., Since 2001; Just. John J. Francis Scholar, Since 2002. Subjects: Intellectual Property; Poverty Law; Torts.

Laura S. Underkuffler (Cornell Law School)
Session: AALS Luncheon - Workshop on Property, Friday
Bio: UNDERKUFFLER, LAURA, S. (F) J. DuPratt White Prof. Cornell. BA, 1974, Carleton Coll.; JD, 1978, Wm. Mitchell; LLM, 1987, Yale; JSD, 1994, Yale. Admitted: MN, 1978. Clerk, Judge Gerald W. Heaney U.S.C.A. 8th Cir. Duluth MN, 1978-1979; Att'y, Meagher Geer Markham Anderson Adamson Flaskamp & Brennan Mpls., 1979-1985; Att'y, Off. of the St. Public Defender Mpls., 1985-1986; Res. Fellow & Ass't to Dean, Yale, 1987-1988; Tutor in Law & Res. Fel., 1988-1990; Assoc. Prof., Duke, 1990-1996; Spec. Counsel, U.S. Senate DC, 1991-1992; Fellow, Woodrow Wilson Cntr. DC, 1993; Prof., Duke, Since 1996; Prof. , Duke Law Sch., 1996 - 2008; Godfrey Dist. Vis. Prof., Maine, 1999; Vis. Prof., Georgetown, 2000; Vis. Prof., Pennsylvania, 2000-2001; Vis. Prof., Harvard, 2005; J. DuPratt White Prof., Cornell Law Sch., 2009 - Pres. Subjects: Constitutional Law; Criminal Justice (S); Federal Courts; Land Use; Property; Property Theory (S); State and Local Government. Books & Awards: The Idea of Property: Its Meaning and Power, 2003. Member: Phi Beta Kappa. Consultantships: Mem., Adv'y Com., U.S.C.A., 8th Cir., 1983-86.

Angela K. Upchurch (Capital University Law School)
Session: Emerging Methods: Three Ideas - Concurrent Session #1
Bio: UPCHURCH, ANGELA, K. (F) Assoc. Prof. and Dir. Adoption Cntr. Capital. b.1976. BA, 1998; JD, 2001, Loyola, Chgo. Ed.-in-Ch., Loy. U. Chi. L.J. Admitted: IL, 2001. Jud'l Clerk, Hon. Avern Cohn U.S.D.C. Eastern Dist. of MI, 2001-2002; Jud'l Clerk, Hon. Michael Murphy U.S.C.A. 10th Cir., 2002-2003; Ass't Prof., Capital, 2003-2006; Assoc. Prof., Since 2006. Subjects: Children, Families & the State; Civil Procedure; Dispute Resolution; Torts. Books & Awards: Loyola, Chgo. Pres'l Medallion, 2001. Consultantships: Coach, Nat'l Moot Ct. Team; Fac. Adv'r, Moot Ct. Bd., Capital; Acad. Dir., Nat'l Cntr. for Adoption Law & Pol'y, since 2007.

Francisco X. Valdes (University of Miami School of Law)
Session: Plenary: Race Across the Curriculum & Law School: Race Law 101 and Beyond
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.

Molly S. Van Houweling (University of California, Berkeley School of Law)
Session: Plenary Session - The Core of Property: What is Essential in the First Year
Bio: VAN HOUWELING, MOLLY, S. (F) Ass't Prof. Cal., Berkeley. b.1973. BA, 1994, Michigan; JD, 1998, Harvard. Arts. Ed., Harv. J. L & Tech. Fellow, Berkman Cntr. for Internet & Soc. Harvard, 1998-1999; Sr. Adv'r, Pres. & Bd. of Dirs. Internet Corp. for Assigned Names & Numbers Marina Del Rey CA, 1998-1999; Clerk, Judge MIchael Boudin U.S.C.A. 1st Cir. Boston, 1999-2000; Clerk, Just. David H. Souter U.S. Sup. Ct. DC, 2000-2001; Exec. Dir., Creative Commons Corp. Stanford, 2001-2002; Vis. Fel., Cntr. for Internet & Soc. Stanford, 2001-2002; Ass't Prof., Michigan, Since 2002. Subjects: Constitutional Law (S); Intellectual Property; Intellectual Property (S); Property.

Rose Cuison Villazor (Hofstra University School of Law)
Session: Immigration & Profiling
Bio: VILLAZOR, ROSE, CUISON (F) Assoc. Prof. Hofstra. b.1972. BA, 1996, Univ. of Texas; JD, 2000, American; LLM, 2006, Columbia. Note & Comment Ed., Am. U. L. Rev. Admitted: NJ, 2000; NY, 2001. Clerk, DC Ct. of App., 2000-2001; NY Lawyers for the Public Interest, NYC, 2001-2004; Human Rts. Fel., Columbia, 2004-2006; Ass't Prof., Southern Methodist, Since 2006. Subjects: Advanced Topics in Immigration Law (S); Immigration; Property. Books & Awards: Cum laude, Am., 2000; Loving v. Virginia in a Post-Racial World: Rethinking Race, Sex, and Marriage, 2010. 2007, SMU Law School Teaching Grant.Member: . Consultantships: Bd. Mem., Human Rights Initiative, since 2008.

Cheryl L. Wade (St. John's University School of Law)
Session: Race and the Corporate Curriculum
Bio: WADE, CHERYL, L. (F) Harold F. McNiece Prof. St. John's. BA, 1976, SUNY at Stony Brook; MA, 1980, St. John's; JD, 1988, Hofstra. Hofstra L. Rev. Admitted: NY, 1989. Assoc., Paul Weiss Rifkind Wharton & Garrison NYC, 1988-1991; Ass't Prof., Hofstra, 1991-1996; Assoc. Prof., 1996-1998; Prof., 1998-2002; Harold F. McNiece Prof., St. John's, Since 2002. Subjects: Corporations; Law & Race (S); Securities Regulation (S); Torts. Member: Sigma Delta Pi. Consultantships: Bd. of Dirs., Women's Action Alliance, since 1991.

Howard M. Wasserman (Florida International University College of Law)
Session: Plenary Session: Teaching the Three Hardest Cases
Bio: WASSERMAN, HOWARD, M. (M) Assoc. Prof. Florida International. b.1968. BS, 1990, Northwestern; JD, 1997, Northwestern. Assoc. Arts. Ed., Nw. U. L. Rev. Admitted: IL, 1997. Assoc., Holleb & Coff Chgo., 1997-1998; Clerk, Hon. James T. Giles U.S.D.C. E.D.PA, 1998-2000; Clerk, Hon. Jane R. Roth U.S.C.A. 3d Cir., 2000-2001; Vis. Ass't Prof., Fla. St., 2001-2003; Vis. Assoc. Prof., Saint Louis Univ. Sch. of Law, 2007 - 2008. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Civil Rights; Evidence; Federal Courts. Member: Order of the Coif.

Kimberly C. West-Faulcon (Loyola Law School )
Session: Social Inclusion Programs
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).

Robert S. Westley (Tulane University School of Law)
Session: Colorism
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).

Jonathan B. Wiener (Duke University School of Law)
Session: Breakout Session - The Global Warming Crisis: Regulating Risk
Bio: WIENER, JONATHAN, B. William R. & Thomas L. Perkins Prof. of Law, Prof. of Envtl. Policy & Prof. of Public Policy Studies. Duke. b.1962. AB, 1984, Harvard; JD, 1987, Harvard. Centennial chair, Harv. L. Rev. Admitted: MA, 1988; DC, 1991. Clerk, Ch. Judge Jack B. Weinstein U.S.D.C. E.D. NY Bklyn., 1987-1988; Clerk, Hon. Stephen G. Breyer U.S.C.A. 1st Cir. Boston, 1988-1989; Spec. Ass't to the Ass't Att'y Gen., Envtl. & Natural Res. Div., U.S. Dep't of Just. DC, 1989-1991; Policy Counsel, Off. of Sci. & Tech. Policy, Exec. Off. of the Pres. DC, 1992; Sr. Staff Econ., Pres. Coun. of Econ. Adv'rs, 1992-1993; Chair, Envtl. Grp. Corp. for Nat'l Serv. Americorps DC, 1993; Assoc. Prof. Law & Assoc. Prof. Envtl. Pol., Duke, 1994-1998; Vis. Prof., Harvard, 1999; Prof., Duke Law, 1999-2004; Prof. Envtl. Pol., Duke Nicholas Sch., Since 1999; Prof. Pub. Pol. , Duke Sanford Sch., 2003 - Pres; Perkins Prof. Law, Duke Law, Since 2004; Vis. Prof., EHESS & CIRED Paris, 2005-2006; Vis. Prof., Univ.of Chgo., 2007; Vis. Prof., Harvard, 2010. Subjects: Climate Change and the Law (S); Environmental Law; Mass Torts (S); Property; Risk Regulation (S). Books & Awards: Risk vs. Risk: Tradeoffs in Protecting Health and the Envt. (with Graham), 1995; Reconstructing Climate Policy (with Stewart), 2003; The Reality of Precaution (with Rogers, Hammitt & Sand), 2010. 2003, Chauncey Starr Young Risk Analyst Award, Soc. for Risk Analysis; 2002, Univ. Fellow, Resources for the Future.Member: Soc. for Risk Analysis (Pres., 2008); Am. Law & Econ. Ass'n. Consultantships: Adv'y Com., Harv. Cntr. for Risk Analysis, since 1990; Mem., NC Comm. on Nat'l Serv., 1994-98; Consult. on risk regulation, OECD, since 2005.

Stephanie M. Wildman (Santa Clara University School of Law)
Session: Race Law Curricula, Programs and Centers
Bio: WILDMAN, STEPHANIE, M. (F) Prof. & Dir., Cntr. for Social Just. & Public Serv. Santa Clara. b.1949. AB, 1970, Stanford Univ.; JD, 1973, Stanford. Admitted: CA, 1973. NEH Sum'r Fellow, Boalt Hall, 1979. Clerk, Hon. Charles M. Merrill U.S.C.A. 9th Cir., 1973-1974; Ass't Prof., San Francisco, 1974-1976; Consult., Priv. Prac. Emplymt. Discrim. Berkeley, 1976-1977; Staff Att'y, CRLA Santa Rosa, 1977-1978; Vis. Prof., Stanford spring 1987, 1988; Vis. Prof., Cal. Hastings, 1989-1990; Vis. Prof., Cal. Davis, 1997-1998; Vis. Prof., Santa Clara 1994-95, 1998-1999; Vis. Prof. & Founding Dir., Cntr. for Social Just. Cal. Berkeley, 1999-2000; Prof. Emer., San Francisco, Since 1999; Prof. & Dir., Cntr. for Social Just. & Public Serv. Santa Clara, Since 2001. Subjects: Gender Discrimination & the Law; Law & Social Justice; Torts. Books & Awards: Privilege Revealed: How Invisible Preference Undermines America (with M. Armstrong, A.D. Davis & T. Grillo), 1996; Outstanding Bk. Award, Gustavus Meyer Cntr. for the Study of Human Rts., 1997; Social Justice: Professionals, Communities, and Law (with Mahoney & Calmore), 2003; Race and Races: Cases and Resources for a Diverse America 2d (with Perea, Delgado & Harris), 2007; Tchr. of the Yr., Soc. of Am. Law Tchrs., 2007. Member: ALI; SALT (Bd. of Gov'rs, since 1989, Co-Pres., 1998-00). Consultantships: Jud. Appts. Com., Senator Barbara Boxer, 1996-98; Com. on Women in Law, St. Bar of CA, 2003-05; Exec. Com., AALS, 2005-08.

Patrick Woolley (The University of Texas School of Law)
Session: Plenary Session: Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign-Country Judgments: Domestic and Comparative Perspectives
Bio: WOOLLEY, PATRICK, (M) Beck, Redden & Secrest Prof. in Law Univ. of Texas. b.1962. AB, 1984, Stanford; JD, 1987, Yale. Admitted: CA, 1987. Att'y, Munger Tolles & Olson L.A., 1987-1988; Clerk, Hon. Edward Rafeedie C.D. CA, 1988; Att'y, Munger Tolles & Olson L.A., 1988-1994; Ass't Prof., Univ. of Texas, 1994-1998; Prof., Since 1998. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Class Actions (S); Conflict of Laws; Constitutional Law. Member: ALI.

Patrick Woolley (The University of Texas School of Law)
Session: Welcome and Introduction - Workshop on Civil Procedure
Bio: WOOLLEY, PATRICK, (M) Beck, Redden & Secrest Prof. in Law Univ. of Texas. b.1962. AB, 1984, Stanford; JD, 1987, Yale. Admitted: CA, 1987. Att'y, Munger Tolles & Olson L.A., 1987-1988; Clerk, Hon. Edward Rafeedie C.D. CA, 1988; Att'y, Munger Tolles & Olson L.A., 1988-1994; Ass't Prof., Univ. of Texas, 1994-1998; Prof., Since 1998. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Class Actions (S); Conflict of Laws; Constitutional Law. Member: ALI.

Jennifer Wriggins (University of Maine School of Law)
Session: Race and First-Year Courses: Contracts, Torts & Civil Procedure
Bio: WRIGGINS, JENNIFER, (F) Prof. Maine. BA, 1980, Yale; JD, 1984, Harvard. Exec. Ed., Harv. Women's L.J. Admitted: ME, 1984; MA, 1987. Clerk, Hon. Edward T. Gignoux U.S.D.C. Portland ME, 1984-1985; Assoc., Tureen & Margolin Portland, 1985-1988; Assoc., Berman Simmons & Goldberg Lewiston ME, 1988-1990; Ass't Att'y Gen., MA Att'y Gen'ls Off. Civil Rts. Div. Boston, 1990-1991; Assoc., Pressman & Kruskal Cambridge, 1991-1994; Part., Pressman Kruskal & Wriggins Cambridge, 1995; Assoc. Prof., Maine, 1996-2002; Prof., Since 2002; Vis. Prof., Harvard, 2005; Vis. Prof., Boston Univ., 2005. Subjects: Constitutional Law (S); Family Law; Gender & the Law; Insurance; Torts.

Katrina M. Wyman (New York University School of Law)
Session: Breakout Session - The Global Warming Crisis: Fairness
Bio: WYMAN, KATRINA, M. Prof. New York Univ. BA, 1992; MA, 1994; LLB, 1999, Univ. of Toronto.; LLM, 2001, Yale. Assoc. Ed., U. Toronto Fac. L. Rev. Res. Fel., Univ. of Toronto, 2001-2002; Ass't Prof., New York Univ., Since 2002. Subjects: Environmental Law (S); Property.

Stephen C. Yeazell (University of California, Los Angeles School of Law)
Session: Plenary Session: Brave New World of Litigation Finance
Bio: YEAZELL, STEPHEN, C. (M) David G. Price & Dallas P. Price Prof. U.C.L.A. b.1945. BA, 1967, Swarthmore Coll.; MA, 1968, Columbia; JD, 1974, Harvard. Admitted: CA, 1974. Clerk, Just. Mathew O. Tobriner CA Sup. Ct., 1974-1975; Acting Prof., U.C.L.A., 1975-1979; Prof., Since 1979; Vis. Prof., Stanford, 1987-1988; Assoc. Dean, U.C.L.A., 1996-1998. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Civil Procedure (S); International Civil Litigation; Legal History. Books & Awards: From Medieval Grp. Litig. to the Modern Class Action, 1987; Civil Procedure, 6th ed., 2004. Member: Law & Soc. Ass'n; Selden Soc.; Am. Soc. Legal Hist.

Stephen C. Yeazell (University of California, Los Angeles School of Law)
Session: Emerging Methods: Three Ideas - Concurrent Session #3
Bio: YEAZELL, STEPHEN, C. (M) David G. Price & Dallas P. Price Prof. U.C.L.A. b.1945. BA, 1967, Swarthmore Coll.; MA, 1968, Columbia; JD, 1974, Harvard. Admitted: CA, 1974. Clerk, Just. Mathew O. Tobriner CA Sup. Ct., 1974-1975; Acting Prof., U.C.L.A., 1975-1979; Prof., Since 1979; Vis. Prof., Stanford, 1987-1988; Assoc. Dean, U.C.L.A., 1996-1998. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Civil Procedure (S); International Civil Litigation; Legal History. Books & Awards: From Medieval Grp. Litig. to the Modern Class Action, 1987; Civil Procedure, 6th ed., 2004. Member: Law & Soc. Ass'n; Selden Soc.; Am. Soc. Legal Hist.

Alfred Chueh-Chin Yen (Boston College Law School)
Session: Planning Committee for Workshop on Property
Bio: YEN, ALFRED CHUEH-CHIN, (M) Prof. & Dir., Emerging Enterprises & Bus. Law. Boston Col. b.1958. MS, 1980, Stanford; BS, 1980; JD, 1983, Harvard. Admitted: CA, 1983; MA, 1994. Assoc. Att'y, Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton L.A., 1983-1987; Ass't Prof., Boston Coll., 1987-1991; Assoc. Prof., 1991-1998; Prof., Since 1998; Assoc. Dean, Acad. Affrs., 2000-2002. Subjects: Evidence; Intellectual Property (S); Intellectual Property; Legal Profession; Sports Law (S); Torts. Member: ALI. Consultantships: Bd. of Dirs., CLU of MA, 1989-91; Bd. of Overseers, New England Conservatory, 1995-01, Bd. of Visitors, since 2002.

Todd J. Zywicki (George Mason University School of Law)
Session: Breakout I - What Does the Mortgage Crisis Teach Us About Regulating Risk?
Bio: ZYWICKI, TODD, J. (M) Prof. George Mason. b.1966. AB, 1988, Dartmouth Coll.; MA, 1990, Clemson Univ.; JD, 1993, Univ. of Va. Exec. Ed., Va. Tax Rev. Admitted: GA, 1994. Clerk, Hon. Jerry E. Smith U.S.C.A. 5th Cir. Houston, 1993-1994; Assoc., Alston & Bird Atlanta, 1994-1996; Ass't Prof., Mississippi Coll., 1996-1998; Ass't Prof., George Mason, 1998-2000; Assoc. Prof., 2000-2003; Dir., Off. of Policy Plng. FTC, 2003-2004; Prof., Since 2003. Subjects: Contracts; Corporations; Creditors' & Debtors' Rights; Law & Economics; Sales/Secured Transactions. Books & Awards: The Rule of Law, Freedom, and Prosperity, 2003. Consultantships: Chair, Bkrptcy. Subcom., Federalist Soc., since 1998.