Section on Empirical Study of Legal Education and the Legal Profession

Date Chartered: 7/17/2017

Purpose: 
(a) promotes communication relating to the empirical study of the full panoply of
questions raised by legal education and the legal profession, (b) encourages professional development and fostering of relevant skills and expertise for those interested in engaging in the empirical study of legal education and the
legal profession, and (c) fosters exploration of and exchange of information relating to research developments
between distinct communities within legal education


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Section Officers:

ChairJudith W. Wegner, University of North Carolina School of Law
Phone: (919) 280-5608
E-mail: judith_wegner@unc.edu

Chair-ElectNeil W. Hamilton, University of St. Thomas School of Law
Phone: (651) 962-4866
E-mail: nwhamilton@stthomas.edu

SecretaryTrent Kennedy, Georgetown University Law Center
Phone: 202-662-9299
E-mail: trent.kennedy@georgetown.edu

Executive CommitteeJennifer A. Gundlach, Maurice A. Deane School of Law at Hofstra University
Phone: (516) 463-4190
E-mail: jennifer.gundlach@hofstra.edu

Rachel F. Moran, University of California, Los Angeles School of Law
Phone: (310) 267-4427
E-mail: moran@law.ucla.edu

Victor Quintanilla, Indiana University Maurer School of Law
Phone: (812) 856-2285
E-mail: vdq@indiana.edu

Louis N. Schulze, Jr., Florida International University College of Law
Phone: (617) 290-3131
E-mail: lschulze@FIU.edu

Victoria L. Vanzandt, University of Dayton School of Law
Phone: (937) 229-5442
E-mail: vvanzandt1@udayton.edu

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