Faculty

An outstanding faculty must excel at three things: teaching, scholarship, and service to the community.

Our faculty members by and large have prior experience in the practice of law. They are committed to teaching and working with students. Faculty members also publish scholarly books and articles that establish them as authorities in their fields and enrich the knowledge they bring to the classroom. Our faculty places an unusually high emphasis on service as well: service to the bar, to government, and to the broader community. A number of them are nationally known for their expertise.

A number of our faculty are actively involved in law reform, from commercial law at the multistate level, to criminal procedure and the structure of the judiciary at the state level, to changing the very way federal and state law is cited. These endeavors enrich students’ classroom experiences as well.

Our full-time faculty teaches virtually all required courses and bar courses in both the day and evening divisions. Experienced adjunct professors teach upper level courses in their areas of practice.

Our faculty members enact the Bowen values of professionalism, public service, and access to justice each day. Learn more about each of them by visiting their biography pages.

Faculty Research Booklet