Michael Vandenbergh

Professor of Law · Vanderbilt University

National expert in environmental law, Vandenbergh is an expert in how private industry can help slow climate change.

Environmental Law Corporate Environmental Behavior Carbon Emissions Organizational Culture Climate Change Research

Lissa Broome, J.D.

Wells Fargo Professor of Banking Law, School of Law & Director, Center for Banking and Finance · UNC at Chapel Hill

Lissa Broome is the Wells Fargo professor of banking law and director of the Center for Banking and Finance.

Banking Law Commercial Law Contracts Corporate Board Diversity Public Policy

Deborah M. Weissman, J.D.

Reef C. Ivey II Distinguished Professor of Law, School of Law · UNC at Chapel Hill

Reef C. Ivey II Distinguished Professor of Law

Refugees Women's Issues Poverty Law - Legal Services Immigration and Citizenship Human Rights Civil Rights

David Yalof, Ph.D.

Professor and Department Head, Department of Political Science · University of Connecticut

Dr. Yalof specializes in constitutional law, judicial politics and executive branch politics.

Executive Branch Politics Supreme Court Regulation Supreme Court The Presidency Constitutional Law

Nancy A. Costello

Associate Clinical Professor of Law; Director, First Amendment Clinic and Director, Free Expression Online Library and Resource Center · Michigan State University

Nancy Costello is an associate professor of law and director of the First Amendment Clinic at Michigan State University.

Collections Litigation Journalism Commercial Litigation Copyright Law Media Law

Joe Purshouse

Lecturer in Criminology · University of East Anglia

Current work addresses the use of facial recognition technology & the likely legal challenges faced by the introduction of this technology.

Socio-Legal Studies Facial Recognition Technology Criminal Law Human Rights Law Criminology

Shauna Marshall

The Honorable Raymond L. Sullivan Professor of Law · UC Hastings College of the Law

Contacts: marshall@uchastings.edu / 415-581-8922 / Office 603A-200

Race, Racism and American Law Public Interest Lawyering Rebellious Lawyering

Christopher M. Curtis

Professor of History · Georgia Southern University

Dr. Curtis's research focuses on 19th-century law and property rights. He is currently studying the history of church property rights.

Consolodations and Mergers The American South/British Colonialism Age of Revolution History of Common Law/Property Rights Academic Affairs

Dayna Nadine Scott

Associate Professor · Osgoode Hall Law School of York University

Dr.Dayna Scott works in the areas of environmental law and policy; critical risk theory; environmental justice; and trade and globalization.

Environmental Law and Justice Gender and Environmental Health Toxic Substances Regulation Feminist Theory of the Body Pollution

Gabe Feldman

The Sher Garner Professor of Sports Law, the Paul and Abram B. Barron Professor of Law and the Director of the Tulane Sports Law Program · Tulane University

Gabe Feldman is one of the leading voices in the field of sports law in the country.

Contracts Negotiation Antitrust Sports Law Mediation

Brian Serr, J.D.

Professor of Law · Baylor University

Professor Brian Serr graduated summa cum laude from Dana College in 1981 with a bachelor's degree in mathematics and a minor in coaching

Criminal Law Islamic Law International Human Rights Human Rights

Andrew Dilts

Associate Professor of Political Science and International Relations and Univeristy Honors Program Academic Advisor · Loyola Marymount University

Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts

Critical Race Theory Politcal Theory (Modern and Contemporary) Critical Theory Punishment Theory Critical Prison Studies

Martha Jackman

Professor, Faculty of Law, Common Law Section · University of Ottawa

Martha Jackman specializes in constitutional law, with a particular focus on issues relating to women and other marginalized groups

Constitutional Law Charter of Rights Women Marginalized Groups Access to Health Care

Mae Kuykendall

Professor of Law · Michigan State University

Professor Kuykendall has a scholarly interest in the relationship between legal definitions of marriage and the common usage of the word.

Organizational Governance and Dissent First Amendment Corporate Finance Corporate Law & Policy Marriage

Kathleen Kim

Professor of Law · Loyola Law School, Loyola Marymount University

LMU Loyola Law School

Immigration Law Human Trafficking

Melissa Jacoby, J.D.

Graham Kenan Professor of Law, School of Law · UNC at Chapel Hill

Graham Kenan Professor of Law

Local Government Law Local Government State Bankruptcy Commercial Law

Martha Ginn

Professor · Augusta University

Dr. Martha Ginn is a political expert on the judicial process, constitutional law and the U.S. Supreme Court.

Politics Judicial Politics The U.S. Supreme Court Constitutional Law Polling

Paul Bernal

Professor of Information Technology Law · University of East Anglia

His areas of interest are the law of the internet, media law, surveillance, online privacy and social media.

Intellectual Property Online Privacy Laws Social Media Technology Media Law

Christopher Smith

Professor of Criminal Justice · Michigan State University

U.S. Supreme Court scholar whose specific interests include judicial policymaking, constitutional rights and prisoners' rights

Prisoners' Rights US Supreme Court Constitutional Rights

Matthew Fletcher

Director of the Indigenous Law and Policy Center, Professor of Law · Michigan State University

Law expert and appellate judge for the Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians, Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa Indians, & Hoopa Valley Tribe

Indigenous Law