Seattle University School of Law is home to an outstanding faculty of committed teacher-scholars. Our professors do not choose between scholarship and teaching, but rather are experts in their fields who are drawn to share their knowledge with students.
Our distinguished faculty comprises leading scholars and policy practitioners who bring an impressive range of expertise and experience to the study and practice of international affairs. Faculty members represent disciplines that include anthropology, economics, geography, history, international business and finance, international development studies, international science and technology policy, political science, public health, security policy, and world religions. All faculty members are affiliated with one or more of our 11 research institutes or centers.
Every day, Elliott School faculty members are quoted, interviewed and published in top media outlets from around the world on breaking news and pressing global affairs. See where our faculty are in the news of the world.
Our faculty members are both scholars and experienced lawyers with a wide range of expertise. One-hundred percent of Drake Law faculty have actually practiced law, and they bring that experience into the classroom.
In addition to their faculty mentor or advisor, students genuinely know their tutors in class, meet them for one-on-one conferences throughout the semester, and even join them for lunch in the coffee shop.
Michael P. Maslanka is an Assistant Professor of Law. He practiced law from 1981 until he joined the faculty in July 2015. He was Chair of the Labor and Employment section of a large Dallas firm, and
Associate Professor Thomas P. Perkins, Jr., joined the inaugural faculty of the UNT Dallas College of Law after eight years of service as the Dallas City Attorney. Professor Perkins will teach in the areas
Associate Professor Eric Porterfield joined the inaugural faculty of UNT Dallas College of Law in June 2014, after serving as a Visiting Assistant Professor of Law at Texas Tech University School of Law,
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The UNM law faculty has been educated at the nation's most distinguished law schools and has practiced and taught throughout the country, bringing to UNM a healthy diversity of backgrounds, professional interests and outlooks on legal education.
UMass Law's faculty is a diverse group of teachers and scholars with substantial academic and practice experience. The full-time faculty is complemented by experienced, well-qualified jurists and practicing attorneys who serve as adjunct faculty.
The University of Iowa aspires to attract the most talented faculty and provide an environment where they can discover and fulfill their potential; and thereby to realize our own promise, which is to become one of the ten most distinguished public universities in the country. More
LSU Law faculty consider teaching their primary responsibility. They devote much of their time to teaching classes, as well as conducting review sessions, meeting with individual students and study groups, and advising students on individual projects.
Outside of the classroom, faculty are known for their scholarship. Louisiana courts often cite the writings of the LSU Law faculty in their decisions, and many faculty members have written the principal Louisiana treaties in their areas of expertise.
Our accomplished scholarly network is ready to equip you with the right tools andexpertise to advance your career path. Learn how faculty members like Kim Jordan find joy in educating and empowering the next generation of lawyers and leaders.
The Faculty Handbook is the official statement of Iowa State University policy governing the rights, responsibilities, and performance of faculty. This handbook contains information on state and federal policies, Board of Regents, State of Iowa policies, administrative policies, and policies approved by the Faculty Senate on behalf of the faculty. The Faculty Handbook also contains information about procedures that are not readily available elsewhere and links or references to other sources for further information.
Ask any current student or alumnus what makes Cumberland School of Law different from other institutions, and answers will always include the quality and strength of relationships that students build with the faculty and staff.
The full-time faculty at Cumberland School of Law hold J.D. and LL.M. degrees from top-tier law schools, including Yale, Harvard, NYU, Virginia, Duke, Northwestern, Texas and Vanderbilt. Most of them practiced law before starting their teaching careers, several for 15 years or more. They bring their knowledge, real-world experience, and scholarly interests to class every day--to help prepare students to pass the bar exam and launch careers of high-quality service to their clients and communities.
Not only are our faculty nationally known experts in their specialty areas, they promote student interaction beyond the classroom with an open-door policy to encourage students to seek advice, counsel and conversation. 041b061a72