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July 10, 2006

Visiting Professors, 2006-07

MOVING TO FRONT FROM JULY 10 (with a couple of corrections, but mostly so those who missed it during the summer might see it)

Below are listed visiting professors at the top six law schools by almost all measures of faculty quality--which are the schools that also typically have the most visiting professors on a regular basis.  While many visiting stints are made with an eye to possible permanent appointment, not all are; some are so-called "podium" visits, which aim to fill an immediate teaching need at the school. (Harvard, among these six, relies quite a bit on such visitors.)  Often visitors from local schools in the area are invited for that purpose--though some "locals" may also be "look-see" visitors, i.e., under consideration for appointment.  NYU also has a fair number of "enrichment" and "global" visitors, well-known senior folks who are keen to spend some time in NYC (especially if the rest of the time they have to be in New Haven!), but who aren't necessarily interested in, or being considered for, lateral moves.  (Columbia gets some of these folks too.)  From the outside, of course, it's very hard to tell all these apart, so here, without further comment, are the visiting professors for 2006-07; please e-mail me about omissions or corrections, and I will update the list at various intervals over the next couple of weeks.

Yale Law School

Stuart Banner (UCLA)

Michael Doyle (Columbia)

Pamela Karlan (Stanford)

Michael Klarman (Virginia)

William LaPiana (New York Law Sch.)

Sanford Levinson (Texas)

Austin Sarat (Amherst)

Alex Stein (Cardozo)

David Super (Maryland)

Edward Zelinsky (Cardozo)

Harvard Law School

(Some of these are only visiting profs in the short Winter Term in January)

Jennifer Arlen (NYU)

Richard Banks (Stanford)

Francesca Bignami (Duke)

Stephen Burbank (Penn)

Sarah Cleveland (Texas)

Daniel Coquillette (Boston College)

Allison Danner (Vanderbilt)

Shari Seidman Diamond (Northwestern)

Sarah Barringer Gordon (Penn)

Stephen Holmes (NYU)

David Hunter (American)

Derek Jinks (Texas)

Ehud Kamar (Southern California)

Linda Hamilton Krieger (Berkeley)

Sanford Levinson (Texas)

Lynn LoPucki (UCLA)

Anup Malani (Chicago)

Caleb Nelson (Virginia)

Martha Nussbaum (Chicago)

Eduardo Penalver (Cornell)

Robert C. Post (Yale)

Arti Rai (Duke)

William Rubenstein (UCLA)

James Ryan (Virginia)

Louis Michael Seidman (Georgetown)

Catherine Sharkey (Columbia)

Reva Siegel (Yale)

Katherine Silbaugh (BU)

William Simon (Columbia)

Robert Sitkoff (NYU)

David Spence (Texas [Business School])

Cass Sunstein (Chicago)

Gerald Torres (Texas)

Richard Vann (Sydney)

Jonathan Zittrain (Oxford)

Stanford Law School

Robin Feldman (UC Hastings)

F. Scott Kieff (Wash U/St. Louis)

Kenneth Manaster (Santa Clara)

Ayelet Shachar (Toronto)

Christopher Slobogin (Florida)

University of Chicago Law School

Nicole Garnett (Notre Dame)

Richard Garnett (Notre Dame)

Hideki Kanda (Tokyo)

Orin Kerr (George Washington)

Eugene Kontorovich (George Mason)

Andrew Koppelman (Northwestern)

Brian Leiter (Texas)

Jens Ludwig (Georgetown, Public Policy)

Ariel Porat (Tel Aviv)

Jonathan Wiener (Duke)

Columbia Law School

Tom Baker (Connecticut)

Richard Brooks (Yale)

Fabrizio Cafaggi (Eur. Univ. Inst.)

Daniel Capra (Fordham)

Melvin Eisenberg (Berkeley)

Ronald Mann (Texas)

Lawrence Rosen (Princeton)

Joanne Scott (Univ Coll London)

Suzanne Last Stone (Cardozo)

James Whitman (Yale)

New York University School of Law

Omri Ben-Shahar (Michigan)

Neil Buchanan (Rutgers-Newark)

Charles Cameron (Wilson School, Princeton)

Bruce Green (Fordham)

Leslie Green (Osgoode/Texas)

Moshe Halbertal (Hebrew U)

Michael Harper (BU)

Robert Kagan (Berkeley)

Mitchel Lasser (Cornell)

Christopher Leslie (Chicago-Kent)

Arthur Miller (Harvard)

R. Anthony Reese (Texas)

Daniel Rubinfeld (Berkeley)

Catherine Sharkey (Columbia)

Geoffrey Stone (Chicago)

James Whitman (Yale)

Kenji Yoshino (Yale)

Kathryn Zeiler (Georgetown)

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