William H. Bowen School of Law
Associate Professor of Law
Mr. Aaron Schwabach is an associate professor of law at the William H. Bowen Law School of Law. Schwabach has been praised by his colleagues at the law school particularly in the development of the new masters in the study of law degree (M.S.L.).
Schwabach’s most notable achievement has been his work in the development of the M.S.L degree at the law school. This degree provides legal training for non-lawyers who wish to develop legal expertise that will aid them in their current jobs or facilitate career advancement. Schwabach drafted all the materials needed for the American Bar Association to acquiesce the degree, which the association did in February 2021. Beyond service to the law school, he is also a member of several legal organizations, on the editorial boards for the Hungarian Yearbook of International and European Law and the American Bar Association Probate & Property Journal, and a peer reviewer for the Fulbright Specialist Program.
Schwabach has been a productive scholar as well. He has published one book chapter and five peer reviewed journal articles since joining the law school two years ago. This is well above the law school’s minimum of one published article a year and in Spring 2022 he received a Jumpstart Faculty Scholarship from the Office of the Provost at the university. Schwabach has also been recommended by his students for his teaching methods with even some wishing they could take more of his classes.
Schwabach received a J.D. from Berkeley Law and a bachelor’s from Antioch College.