Saturday, September 7, 2013

Visiting Professors at the Top Six Law Schools, 2013-14


As I've done in the past, I'm posting a list of the visiting professors (who hold university appointments elsewhere) at the top six law schools, the schools that are "top six" by almost all measures of faculty quality--which are also 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. By my calculation, for example, muc less than 10% of the visits last year resulted in (or are in process of resulting in) offers of permanent employment--perhaps a slightly higher percentage of the non-podium visits resulted in such offers. Often visitors from local schools in the area are invited for podium visit purposes--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 New York, 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 2013-14; please e-mail me about omissions or corrections (though I'm hopeful this is the final version).

Please note that not every visit, below, is for the entire academic year; indeed, my guess is at least half are not, meaning students can expect many of these faculty to *also* be teaching at their home institution. In the case of HLS, many of the visitors come in the Winter Term, i.e., just the month of January.

Please also note that this is supposed to be a list of visiting faculty who have gone through some kind of appointments process at the school at which they are visiting, whether a process for look-see visitors, "enrichment" visitors, or podium visitors.  (Not all schools use podium visitors--Chicago does not, for example.  But Harvard and NYU, among others, do.) These are supposed to be faculty who are teaching at the host school and who are being paid by the host school to teach.

Columbia Law School

Thomas Brennan (Northwestern University)

Bernard Harcourt (University of Chicago)

Sudhir Krishnaswamy (Azim Premji University)

Jennifer Laurin (University of Texas, Austin)

Niamh Moloney (London School of Economics)

Cristoforo Osti (University of Salento)

Michele Papa (University of Florence)

H. Jefferson Powell (Duke University)

Anthea Roberts (London School of Economics)

Richard Squire (Fordham University)

Doron Teichman (Hebrew University, Jerusalem)

Edouard Treppos (University of Lyon)

Antoine Vauchez (University of Paris I-Pantheon-Sorbonne)

Harvard Law School

Howard Abrams (Emory University/University of San Diego)

Hidetaka Aizawa (Hitotsubashi University)

Robert Anderson (University of Washington, Seattle)

Samantha Besson (University of Freibourg)

William Burke-White (University of Pennsylvania)

Daniel Coquillette (Boston College)

Susan Crawford (Cardozo Law School/Yeshiva University)

Scott Cummings (University of California, Los Angeles)

Justin Driver (University of Texas, Austin)

John Echeverria (Vermont Law School)

Stavros Gadinis (University of California, Berkeley)

Anna Gelpern (Georgetown University)

Robert George (Princeton University)

Robert W. Gordon (Stanford University)

Lorie Graham (Suffolk University)

Karl Hofstetter (University of Zurich)

Bert Huang (Columbia University)

Vik Khanna (University of Michigan)

Daniel Klerman (University of Southern California)

Sanford Levinson (University of Texas, Austin)

Katerina Linos (University of California, Berkeley)

Catharine MacKinnon (University of Michigan)

Christopher Robertson (University of Arizona)

Jeswald Salacuse (Fletcher School, Tufts University)

Michael Stein (College of William & Mary)

George Triantis (Stanford University)

Alain-Laurent Verbeke (Universities of Leuven & Tilburg)

Paul Waldau (Canisius College)

Michael Walzer (Institute for Advanced Study)

Lauren Willis (Loyola Law School, Los Angeles)

Mikhail Xifaras (Sciences Po, Paris)

New York University School of Law

Alan Auerbach (University of California, Berkeley)

Stefan Bechtold (ETH Zurich)

Charles Cameron (Princeton University)

Simon Chesterman (National University of Singapore)

David Dyzenhaus (University of Toronto)

Lech Garlicki (University of Warsaw)

Michael Klausner (Stanford University)

Mike Joseph Kobetsky (University of Melbourne)

Robert L. Rabin (Stanford University)

Woljciech Sadurski (University of Sydney)

David A. Skeel (University of Pennsylvania)

Stefan Vogenauer (Oxford University)

Stanford Law School

Michael Asimow (University of California, Los Angeles)

Binyamin Blum (Hebrew University, Jerusalem)

Justin Driver (University of Texas, Austin)

Siegfried Fina (University of Vienna)

Avishai Margalit (Hebrew University, Jersualem)

Manfred Nowak (University of Vienna)

University of Chicago Law School

Dhammika Dharmapala (University of Illinois)

Kimberly Ferzan (Rutgers University, Camden)

Ariel Porat (Tel-Aviv University)

Mila Versteeg (University of Virginia)

Yale Law School

Steven G. Calabresi (Northwestern University)

Kristin Collins (Boston University)

Aaron Dhir (Osgoode Hall School of Law, York University, Toronto)

Emmanuel Gaillard (Sciences Po, Paris)

Lech Garlicki (University of Warsaw)

Gregory Keating (University of Southern California)

Jonathan Klick (University of Pennsylvania)

Alexandra Lahav (University of Connecticut)

Jeffrey Meyer (Quinnipiac University)

Jon Michaels (University of California, Los Angeles)

Angela Onwuachi-Willig (University of Iowa)

Deborah Rhode (Stanford University)

David Schleicher (George Mason University)

Robert Sloane (Boston University)

Noah Zatz (University of California, Los Angeles)

Peer Zumbansen (Osgoode Hall School of Law, York University, Toronto)

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