Wednesday, February 21, 2024

Lateral hires with tenure or on tenure-track, 2023-24

These are non-clinical appointments that will take effect in summer or fall 2024 (except where noted); (recent additions will be in bold.)  Last year's list is here.

 

*Bethany Berger (property, American Indian law, conflicts of law) from the University of Connecticut to the University of Iowa.

 

*Sarah Burstein (intellectual property, design law) from Suffolk University to Illinois Institute of Technology/Chicago-Kent College of Law.

 

*Jenny Carroll (criminal law & procedure) from the University of Alabama to Texas A&M University.

 

*Robert Chang (Critical Race Theory; race, ethnicity & law) from Seattle University to the University of California, Irvine.

 

*Harlan Cohen (international trade, international law) from the University of Georgia to Fordham University (effective January 2024).

 

*James Coleman (energy law) from Southern Methodist University to the University of Minnesota.

 

*Keith Cunningham-Parmeter (labor & employment law, contracts) from Willamette University to Lewis & Clark (effective January 2024).

 

*Marc DeGirolami (law & religion, constitutional law) from St. John's University to Catholic University (effective January 2024).

 

*William Dodge (international business transactions, international litigation & arbitration, contracts) from the University of California, Davis to George Washington University.

 

*Jelani Jefferson Exum (criminal law & procedure) from the University of Detroit Mercy (where she is Dean) to St. John's University (to become Dean).

 

*Roger A. Fairfax, Jr. (criminal law & procedure, criminal justice administration) from American University (where he is Dean) to Howard University (to become Dean).

 

*Brian Gallini (criminal law) from Willamette University (where he is Dean) to Quinnipiac University (to become Dean).

 

*David Gamage (tax) from Indiana University, Bloomington to the University of Missouri, Columbia (effective January 2024).

 

*Andrew Gold (corporate, torts, private law theory) from Brooklyn Law School to the University of California, Irvine.

 

*Julie Andersen Hill (commercial law, banking law) from the University of Alabama to the University of Wyoming (to become Dean).

 

*George Horvath (health law, torts) from the University of Akron to the University of California, San Francisco (untenured lateral).

 

*Charles Jalloh (international law) from Florida International University to the University of Miami.

 

*Daniel Kelly (law & economics, property, trusts & estates, remedies) from the University of Notre Dame to the University of St. Thomas (Minneapolis) (to become Dean).

 

*J.D. King (criminal procedure, professional responsibility) from Washington & Lee University to Rutgers University (effective January 2024).

 

*Edward Lee (intellectual property, law & technology) from Chicago-Kent College of Law to Santa Clara University.

 

*Gary Lawson (administrative law, constitutional law) from Boston University to the University of Florida, Gainesville.

 

*Stefanie Lindquist (empirical legal studies, constitutional law) from Arizona State University to Washington University, St. Louis (to become Dean).

*Joshua Macey (energy law, bankruptcy, environmental law, financial regulation) from the University of Chicago to Yale University (untenured lateral).

 

*Evelyn Malavé (criminal law & procedure, race & the law) from Hofstra University to St. John's University (untenured lateral)

 

*Sophia Moreau (moral & political philosophy, antidiscrimination law, torts) from the University of Toronto to New York University.

 

*Alex Nunn (evidence) from the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville to Texas A&M University (effective January 2024).

 

*Christopher Odinet (commercial law, consumer finance, real estate, propery law) from the University of Iowa to Texas A&M University.

 

*Janewa Osei-Tutu (international & comparative law, intellectual property) from Florida International Law to the University of Miami.

 

*Mariana Pargendler (corporate, contracts, comparative law, law & economics) from FGV Law School (São Paulo, Brazil) to Harvard University.

 

*Samir Parikh (bankruptcy, corporate law) from Lewis & Clark to Wake Forest University.

 

*K-Sue Park (property, legal history, Critical Race Theory) from Georgetown University to the University of California, Los Angeles (effective January 2024).

 

*Laura Pedraza-Fariña (intellectual property, international organizations) from Northwestern University to the University of California, Los Angeles (effective January 2024).

 

*Robyn Powell (disability law, health law) from the University of Oklahoma, Norman to Stetson University (untenured lateral).

 

*Vanessa Racehorse (Indian law, law & Indigenous Peoples) from the University of New Mexico to the University of Colorado, Boulder (untenured lateral).

 

*L. Song Richardson (criminal law & procedure; law & social science) from Colorado College (where she is President) back to the University of California, Irvine.

 

*Zahr Said (intellectual property, law & technology) from the University of Washington, Seattle to Santa Clara University.

 

*Kate Shaw (constitutional law, administrative law, legislation) from Cardozo Law School/Yeshiva University to the University of Pennsylvania.

 

*Frances Shen (law & neuroscience) from Harvard University (Center for Bioethics, Medical School) back to the University of Minnesota.

 

*Adam Steinman (civil procedure) from the University of Alabama to Texas A&M University.

 

*Andrea Tosato (commercial law, international business transactions) from the University of Nottingham to Southern Methodist University.

 

*Eugene Volokh (constitutional law [esp. First Amendment]) from the University of California, Los Angeles (where he will become emeritus) to the Hoover Institution, Stanford University.

 

*Ronald Weich (criminal law & procedure) from the University of Baltimore (where he is Dean) to Seton Hall University (to become Dean).

 

*Joshua Weishart (education law, constitutional law, federal courts) from West Virginia University to Suffolk University.

 

*Ahmed White (labor & employment law, criminal law, Critical Legal Studies) from the University of Colorado, Boulder to the University of Wisconsin, Madison.

 

*Keith Whittington (constitutional law & history) from the Department of Politics, Princeton University to Yale University (law school).

 

*Kenneth Williams (criminal law, capital punishment, civil rights) from South Texas College of Law to Texas Tech University.

 

*Angela Zhang (Chinese law, law & economics) from the University of Hong Kong to the University of Southern California.

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