Thursday, June 23, 2022

Lateral hires with tenure or on tenure-track, 2021-22

These are non-clinical appointments that will take effect in 2022 (except where noted); I will move the list to the front at various intervals as new additions come in.   (Recent additions will be put in bold.)  Last year's list is here.

 

*Michelle Adams (civil rights, constitutional law, law & race) from Cardozo Law School/Yeshiva University to the University of Michigan.

 

*Aziza Ahmed (health law,  constitutional law, law & gender, law & race) from the University of California, Irvine to Boston University.

 

*Lisa Alexander (corporate, contracts, housing & urban development law) from Texas A&M University to Boston College.

 

*Michele Alexandre (civil rights, constitutional law, law & gender, critical race theory) from Stetson University (where she is Dean) to Loyola University, Chicago (to become Dean).

 

*Jonas Anderson (intellectual property [esp. patents], property) from American University to the University of Utah.

 

*Julian Arato (international law, international trade) from Brooklyn Law School to the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.

 

*Bernadette Atuahene (property, law & international development) from Illinois Institute of Technology/Chicago-Kent College of Law to the University of Wisconsin, Madison.

 

*Mario Barnes (constitutional law, criminal law, national security law, race & the law) from the University of Washington, Seattle (where he is Dean) back to the University of California, Irvine (effective January 2022).

 

*Jeannine Bell (criminal law and procedure, law & society) from Indiana University, Bloomington to Loyola University, Chicago.

 

*Karima Bennoune (international law, international human rights) from University of California, Davis to the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.

 

*Matthew Bodie (labor & employment law, corporate law) from Saint Louis University to the University of Minnesota.

 

*Kristen Boon (international law) from Seton Hall University to the University of Ottawa (to become Dean).

 

*John R. Brooks (tax law & policy) from Georgetown University to Fordham University.

 

*Dorothy Brown (tax) from Emory University to Georgetown University.

 

*Lonnie T. Brown, Jr. (legal ethics) from the University of Georgia to the University of Tennessee (to become Dean).

 

*Kara Bruce (bankruptcy, commercial law) from the University of Toledo to the University of Oklahoma, Norman.

 

*Christopher Buccafusco (intellectual property) from Cardozo Law School/Yeshiva University to Duke University.

 

*Sarah Burstein (patents, copyright) from the University of Oklahoma, Norman to Suffolk University.

 

*Courtney Cahill (constitutional law, law & sexuality) from Florida State University to the University of California, Irvine.

 

*Emily Cauble (tax) from DePaul University to the University of Wisconsin, Madison.

 

*Kami Chavis (criminal law & procedure) from Wake Forest University to the College of William & Mary.

 

*Ming Hsu Chen (administrative, immigiration, and constitutional law; law & society) from the University of Colorado, Boulder to the University of California, Hastings.

 

*Miriam Cherry (employment law, contracts) from Saint Louis University to St. John's University.

 

*Jennifer Collins (family law, criminal law) from Southern Methodist University (where she is Dean) to Rhodes College (to become President).

 

*Kristin Collins (immigration law, family law, federal courts, legal history) from Boston University to the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor (effective fall 2023).

 

*Blanche Bong Cook (criminal law and procedure) from the University of Kentucky to Loyola University, Chicago.

 

*Geoffrey Corn (criminal law & procedure, military law) from South Texas College of Law to Texas Tech University.

 

*Richard Delgado (Critical Race Theory, civil rights, constitutional law) from the University of Alabama back to Seattle University.

 

*Diane Lourdes Dick (bankruptcy, tax) from Seattle University to the University of Iowa.

 

*Ryan Doerfler (statutory interpretation, judicial review, law & philosophy) from the University of Chicago to Harvard University.

 

*Raff Donelson (criminal law & procedure, jurisprudence) from Pennsylvania  State University-Dickinson School of Law to Chicago-Kent College of Law/Illinois Institute of Technology.

 

*Doron Dorfman (health & disability law, employment discrimination, empirical legal studies) from Syracuse University to Seton Hall University.

 

*Michael C. Duff (labor & employment law) from the University of Wyoming to Saint Louis University.

 

*Tabrez Y. Ebrahim (law & technology, patent law, property) from California Western School of Law to Lewis & Clark (untenured lateral).

 

*Taleed El-Sabawi (health law & policy) from Elon University to Florida International University (untenured lateral).

 

*Jared Ellias (bankruptcy, corporate law, empirical legal studies) from the University of California, Hastings to Harvard University.

 

*Seth Endo (civil procedure, professional responsibility) from the University of Florida, Gainesville to Seattle University (untenured lateral).

 

*Lee Epstein (empircal legal studies, law & social science) from Washington University, St. Louis to the University of Southern California.

 

*Sam Erman (legal history, constitutional law, citizenship & nationality) from the University of Southern California to the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.

 

*Brenner Fissell (criminal law, local government law, military law) from Hofstra University to Villanova University (untenured lateral).

 

*Dallan Flake (civil procedure, employment discrimination) from Ohio Northern University to Gonzaga University (untenured lateral).

 

*Matthew L.M. Fletcher (Federal Indian law) from Michigan State University to the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.

 

*Amanda Frost (immigration law, constitutional law) from American University to the University of Virginia.

 

*Charlotte Garden (labor & employment law, constitutional law) from Seattle University to the University of Minnesota.

 

*Jacob Goldin (tax, empirical legal studies, law & economics) from Stanford University to the University of Chicago.

 

*David Grenardo (sports law, legal profession) from St. Mary’s University to University of St. Thomas (Minnesota).

 

*Leah Chan Grinvald (intellectual property) from Suffolk University to the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (to become Dean).

 

*Tara Leigh Grove (federal courts, civil procedure, constitutional law) from the University of Alabama to the University of Texas, Austin.

 

*Monica Hakimi (international law, foreign relations law, national security law) from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor to Columbia University.

 

*Andrew Hammond (civil procedure, administrative law, poverty law) from the University of Florida, Gainesville to Indiana University, Bloomington (untenured lateral) (effective January 1, 2023).

 

*Woodrow Hartzog (law & technology) from Northeastern University to Boston University.

 

*Richard Hasen (election law, voting rights) from the University of California, Irvine to the University of California, Los Angeles.

 

*Daniel Hemel (tax, intellectual property) from the University of Chicago to New York University.

 

*Aila Hoss (health law, federal Indian law) from the University of Tulsa to Indiana University, Indianapolis (untenured lateral).

 

*Margaret Hu (national security law, immigration law, civil rights, law & technology) from Pennsylvania State University-University Park to the College of William & Mary.

 

*Blake Hudson (natural resources law, land use, environmental law) from the University of Florida, Gainseville to Cumberland School of Law, Samford University (to become Dean).

 

*Christine Hurt (corporate law, securities regulation) from Brigham Young University to Southern Methodist University.

 

*Tonja Jacobi (empirical legal studies, criminal procedure, judicial behavior) from Northwestern University to Emory University.

 

*Marissa Jackson Sow (property, contracts, law & race) from St. Johns University to the University of Richmond (untenured lateral).

 

*Sharon Jacobs (environmental law, energy law) from the University of Colorado, Boulder to the University of California, Berkeley.

 

*Jalila Jefferson-Bullock (criminal law & procedure) from Duquesne University to Wayne State University.

 

*Linda Jellum (administrative law, legislation, tax) from Mercer University to the University of Idaho.

 

*Courtney Joslin (constitutional law law & sexuality, employment discrimination) from the University of California, Davis to George Washington University (effective fall 2023).

 

*Mugambi Jouet (criminal law, comparative law) from McGill University to the University of Southern California (untenured lateral).

 

*Christine Kim (tax) from the University of Utah to Cardozo Law School/Yeshiva University.

 

*Shani King (family law, education law) from the University of Florida, Gainseville to Rutgers University.

 

*Alexandra Klass (energy law, environmental law) from the University of Minnesota to the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.

 

*Steven Koh (international & comparative criminal law) from Boston College to Boston University (untenured lateral).

 

*Stacey Lantagne (intellectual property, entertainment law) from the University of Mississippi to Western New England College of Law.

 

*Michelle Layser (tax) from the University of Illnois, Urbana-Champaign to the University of San Diego (untenured lateral).

 

*Daryl Lim (intellectual property, antitrust) from the University of Illinois, Chicago John Marshall Law School to Pennsylvania State University-Dickinson School of Law.

 

*Odette Lienau (international law, law & economics, bankruptcy) from Cornell University to Boston College (to become Dean).

 

*Lyrissa Lidsky (First Amendment, torts) from the University of Missouri, Columbia (where she had been Dean) back to the University of Florida, Gainesville.

 

*Shirley Lin (employment law, antidiscrimination law, law & gender, law & race) from Pace University to Brooklyn Law School (untenured lateral).

 

*Lynn LoPucki (commercial law, corporate law) from the University of California, Los Angeles (where he will take emeritus status) to the University of Florida, Gainesville.

 

*Tracey Maclin (criminal procedure, constitutional law) from Boston University to the University of Florida, Gainesville.

 

*M. Elizabeth Magill (administrative law, constituional law) from the University of Virginia (where she is Provost) to the University of Pennsylvania (to become President).

 

*Mason Marks (health law, law & technology, administrative law, constitutional law) from the University of New Hampshire to Florida State University (untenured lateral).

 

*Jonathan Marshfield (constitutional law [federal and state]) from the University of Nebraska, Lincoln to the University of Florida, Gainesville (untenured lateral).

 

*Veronica Root Martinez (legal ethics, corporate compliance) from the University of Notre Dame to Duke University.

 

*Manoj Mate (law & inequality, international & comparative law, election law) from the University of Windsor to DePaul University.

 

*Kaiponanea Matsumura (family law, contracts) from Arizona State University to Loyola Law School, Los Angeles.

 

*Timothy Meyer (international law, international trade) from Vanderbilt University to Duke University.

 

*Thomas W. Mitchell (property, land use, remedies, rural development) from Texas A&M University to Boston College.

 

*Jennifer Mnookin (evidence) from the University of California, Los Angeles (where she is Dean) to the University of Wisconsin, Madison (to become Chancellor).

 

*Seema Mohapatra (health law, bioethics) previously tenured at Indiana University, Indianapolis, currently visiting at Southern Methodist University, to a tenured position at Southern Methodist University.

 

*Tanya J. Monestier (contracts, commercial law, conflicts of law) from Roger Williams University to the State University of New York at Buffalo.

 

*Jason Nance (education law & policy) from the University of Florida, Gainesville to Southern Methodist University (to become Dean).

 

*Mark Nevitt (environmental law, national security law) from Syracuse University to Emory University (untenured lateral).

 

*Ngozi Okidegbe (law & technology, evidence, criminal procedure, law & race) from Cardozo Law School/Yeshiva University to Boston University (joint with computer science) (untenured lateral).

 

*Jennifer D. Oliva (health law & policy, privacy, evidence, complex lititigation) from Seton Hall University to the University of California, Hastings.

 

*Seth Oranburg (corporate, securities, & ventural capital law, contracts) from Duquesne University to the University of New Hampshire/Frankin Pierce Law School.

 

*Michael Oswalt (labor & employment law) from Northern Illinois University to Wayne State University.

 

*Rafael Pardo (bankruptcy,  commercial law) from Emory University to Washington University, St. Louis.

 

*Austen Parrish (transnational law, international law) from Indiana University, Bloomington (where he is currently Dean) to the University of California, Irvine (to become Dean).

 

*Sanjukta Paul (antitrust, labor law) from Wayne State University to University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.

 

*Aaron Perzanowski (intellectual property) from Case Western Reserve University to the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.

 

*Maria Ponomarenko (administrative law, local government law) from the University of Minnesota to the University of Texas, Austin (untenured lateral).

 

*Nicole Buonocore Porter (employment discrimination, disability law) from the University of Toledo to Illinois Institute of Technology/Chicago-Kent College of Law

 

*Carla Pratt (race & the law, legal profession) from Washburn University (where she is currently Dean) to the University of Oklahoma, Norman.

 

*Jedediah Purdy (property, environmental law, constitutional law) from Columbia University back to Duke University.

 

*Aziz Rana (constitutional law) from Cornell University to Boston College.

 

*Alexandra Roberts (intellectual property) from the University of New Hampshire to Northeastern University.

 

*Anna Roberts (evidence, criminal law & procedure) from St. John's University to Brooklyn Law School. 

 

*Caprice Roberts (remedies, constitutional law, federal courts) from George Washington University (visiting; previously tenured at Savannah Law School) to Louisiana State University.

 

*Adriana Z. Robertson (law & finance, corporate & securities law) from the University of Toronto to the University of Chicago.

 

*Jonathan Rosenbloom (environmental law, land use) from Vermont Law School to Albany Law School.

 

*Elizabeth Rowe (intellectual property) from the University of Florida, Gainesville to the University of Virginia.

 

*Ana Santos Rutschman (health law, intellectual property) from Saint Louis University to Villanova University.

 

*Clare Ryan (family law, human rights) from Louisiana State University to the University of Alabama (untenured lateral).

 

*Laurent Sacharoff (criminal law & procedure) from the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville to the University of Denver.

 

*Matthew Sag (intellectual property) from Loyola University, Chicago to Emory University.

 

*William M. Sage (health law) from the University of Texas at Austin to Texas A&M University (with joint appointments in law, medicine, and health sciences).

 

*Amy Schmitz (alternative dispute resolution, law & technology, consumer law) from the University of Missouri, Columbia to Ohio State University (effective January 2022).

 

*Andrea Schneider (alternative dispute resolution, negotiation) from Marquette University to Cardozo Law School/Yeshiva University.

 

*Sudha Setty (comparative law, national security law) from Western New England College of Law (where she is Dean) to the City University of New York (to become Dean).

 

*Sean Seymore (patent law, law & science, remedies, evidence) from the University of Notre Dame back to Vanderbilt University.

 

*G. Alex Sinha (race & the law, legal theory, First Amendment, national security law) from Quinnipiac University to Hofstra University (untenured lateral).

 

*Judd Sneirson (contracts, corporate) from Mercer University (visiting, previously tenured at Savannah Law School) to Southern University Law Center.

 

*Avani Mehta Sood (law & psychology, evidence, criminal law) from the University of California, Berkeley to New York University.

 

*Sandra Sperino (employment discrimination, torts) from the University of Cincinnati to the University of Missouri, Columbia.

 

*Jean Stefanic (Critical Race Theory, legal profession) from the University of Alabama back to Seattle University.

 

*Sarah Swan (local government law, torts, criminal law) from Florida State University to Rutgers University (untenured lateral).

 

*Monica Teixeira de Sousa (education law, family law, property) from New England School of Law to Roger Williams University.

 

*Stephanie Stern (property, land use, environmental law, law & psychology) from Chicago-Kent College of Law/Illinois Institute of Technology to the University of Arizona.

 

*Anthony E. Varona (administrative law, media law, law & sexuality) from the University of Miami to Seattle University (to become Dean).

 

*Liza Vertinsky (health law & policy, intellectual property) from Emory University to the University of Maryland.

 

*Jacob Victor (intellectual property) from Rutgers University to Cardozo Law School/Yeshiva University (untenured lateral).

 

*Saurabh Vishnubhakat (intellectual property, administrative law, civil procedure) from Texas A&M University to Cardozo Law School/Yeshiva University.

 

*Christopher J. Walker (administrative law) from Ohio State University to the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.

 

*Daniel Walters (administrative law, environmental law, energy law) from Pennsylvania State University-University Park to Texas A&M University (untenured lateral)

 

*Shelley Welton (environmental law, energy law) from the University of South Carolina to the University of Pennsylvania.

 

*Lindsay Wiley (health law) from American University to University of California, Los Angeles (effective January 2022).

 

*Melanie D. Wilson (criminal procedure) from the University of Tennessee to Washington & Lee University (to become Dean).

 

*Jordan Woods (criminal law & procedure, law & sexuality, family law) from University of Arkansas, Fayetteville to the University of Arizona.

 

*Ekow Yankah (criminal law, philosophy of criminal law) from Cardozo Law School/Yeshiva University to the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.

 

*Ruqaiijah Yearby (health law) from Saint Louis University to Ohio State University.

 

*Kathryne Young (criminal law, professional responsibility, law & society) from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst (Sociology) to George Washington University.

 

*Mary Ziegler (constitutional law, family law) from Florida State University to the University of California, Davis.

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