Visiting Faculty Appointments 2013-14

The following Visiting Professors of Law and Lecturers on Law will be offering courses at Harvard Law School during the 2013-2014 academic year.

 

Visiting Professors

Howard ABRAMS has been appointed William K. Jacobs, Jr. Visiting Professor of Law for the 2013-2014 academic year. He will teach both Contracts and Partnership Tax in the Fall Term and Taxation in the Spring Term. In the Fall of 2014 Abrams will become the Warren Distinguished Professor and Director of the Tax Programs at the University of San Diego School of Law.

Hidetaka AIZAWA has been appointed Visiting Professor of Law for the Fall Term 2013. He will teach the reading group Advanced Japanese Law: Selected Readings and Japanese Business Law: Intellectual Property, Corporate and Mergers and Acquisitions with Visiting Professor Masakazu Iwakura. Aizawa is Professor of Business Laws at the Graduate School of International Corporate Strategy at Hitotsubashi University.

Robert ANDERSON has been appointed Oneida Indian Nation Visiting Professor of Law for the 2013-2014 academic year. He will teach the course American Indian Law in the Winter Term. Anderson is Professor of Law at the University of Washington School of Law.

Samantha BESSON has been appointed Jeremiah Smith, Jr. Visiting Professor of Law for the Winter Term 2014. She will teach European Union Constitutional Law. Besson is Professor of Public International Law and European Law at the University of Freibourg School of Law.

William BURKE-WHITE has been appointed Visiting Professor of Law and John Harvey Gregory Lecturer on World Organization for the Fall Term 2013. He will teach the seminar International Investment Arbitration and the course Public International Law. Burke-White is Professor of Law at the University of Pennsylvania Law School.

Rosanna CAVALLARO has been appointed Visiting Professor of Law for the Spring Term 2014. She will teach the course Criminal Law 2. Cavallaro is Professor of Law at Suffolk University Law School.

Daniel R. COQUILLETTE has been appointed Charles Warren Visiting Professor of American Legal History for the 2013-2014 academic year, and will teach the seminar Legal History: American Legal Education in the Spring Term. Coquillette is the J. Donald Monan, S.J., University Professor at Boston College School of Law. He is also the director of the Harvard Law School History Project.

Susan P. CRAWFORD has been appointed Visiting Professor of Law for the 2014 year. Crawford is Professor of Law at Yeshiva University Cardozo School of Law in New York City.

Scott CUMMINGS has been appointed Visiting Professor of Law for the Spring Term 2014. He will teach both the seminar Public Interest Lawyering and a section of the course Legal Profession. Cummings is Professor of Law at the University of California, Los Angeles School of Law.

Bala DHARAN has been appointed Robert B. and Candice J. Haas Visiting Professor and Senior Lecturer on Law in Corporate Finance Law for the 2013-2014 academic year, to teach the courses Introduction to Accounting and Corporate Financial Reports and Introduction to Corporate Finance Concepts in the Fall Term 2013, and the course Financial Statement Analysis and Valuation in the Spring Term 2014. Dharan is the J. Howard Creekmore Professor of Management Emeritus at the Jones Graduate School of Management at Rice University.

Justin DRIVER has been appointed Sullivan & Cromwell Visiting Assistant Professor of Law for the Fall Term 2013. He will teach the reading group Law and Race and a section of the course Constitutional Law: Separation of Powers, Federalism, and Fourteenth Amendment. Driver is Assistant Professor of Law at University of Texas at Austin, School of Law.

John ECHEVERRIA has been appointed Visiting Professor of Law for the Winter Term 2014, to teach the course Natural Resources Law. Echeverria is Professor of Law at Vermont Law School.

Stavros GADINIS has been appointed Bruce W. Nichols Visiting Assistant Professor of Law for the Spring Term 2014, to teach the course Securities Regulation. He is Assistant Professor of Law at the University of California, Berkeley School of Law.

Anna GELPERN has been appointed Nomura Visiting Professor of International Financial Systems for the Fall Term 2013, to teach the reading group Sovereign Debt and Financial Stability and a section of first-year Contracts. She is Professor of Law at Georgetown Law Center.

Julius GENACHOWSKI has been appointed the Steven and Maureen Klinsky Professor of Practice for Leadership and Progress for the 2013-2014 academic year. He will teach the reading group Running a Federal Agency: Lessons from Business, Technology and Game Theory in the Fall Term. Genachowski is formerly the Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission.

Robert GEORGE has been appointed Visiting Professor of Law for the Fall Term 2013, to teach the reading group Modern Political Philosophy and the Human Condition. George is the McCormick Professor of Jurisprudence & Professor of Politics at Princeton University.

Robert W. GORDON has been appointed Visiting Professor of Law for the Winter Term 2014, to teach the course Legal Profession: American Legal Profession. He is Professor of Law at Stanford Law School.

Lorie GRAHAM has been appointed Visiting Professor of Law for the Spring Term 2014, to teach the course International Law and Human Rights. Graham is Professor of Law at Suffolk University Law School.

Karl HOFSTETTER has been appointed Visiting Professor of Law for the Fall Term 2013, to co-teach with Professor Reinier Kraakman the seminar Comparative Corporate Governance: USA, Western Europe, Asia. Hofstetter is Professor of Private and Commercial Law at the University of Zurich.

Bert HUANG has been appointed Visiting Associate Professor of Law for the 2014 year. He will teach a first-year section of Torts in the Spring Term 2014 and a first-year section of Civil Procedure in the Fall Term 2014. He is Associate Professor of Law at Columbia Law School.

Masakazu IWAKURA has been appointed Visiting Professor of Law for the Fall Term 2013. He will co-teach Japanese Business Law: Intellectual Property, Corporate and Mergers and Acquisitions with Professor Hidetaka Aizawa. Iwakura is Professor of Corporate Law and Mergers and Acquisitions Law at Hitotshubashi University.

Diane JULIAR has been appointed Visiting Clinical Professor of Law for the Winter Term 2014, to teach in the Trial Advocacy Workshop. Juliar is Clinical Professor of Law at Suffolk University School of Law.

Elena KAGAN has been appointed Archibald Cox Visiting Professor of Law for the Fall Term 2013, to teach the reading group The Supreme Court's 2012 Term. Kagan is Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States and was formerly Dean of the Harvard Law School, 2003-2009.

Vikramaditya KHANNA has been appointed Bruce W. Nichols Visiting Professor of Law for the Fall Term 2013. He will teach a section of the first-year course Corporations and the reading group Law and Economic Development in India: A Study of the Indian Entertainment Industry (commonly known as "Bollywood"). Khanna is Professor of Law at the University of Michigan Law School.

Daniel KLERMAN has been appointed Austin Wakeman Scott Visiting Professor of Law for the Fall Term 2013. He will teach a section of the first-year course Civil Procedure and the reading group Legal Fictions. Klerman is the Charles L. and Ramona I. Hilliard Professor of Law and History at the University of Southern California Gould School of Law.

Sanford V. LEVINSON has been appointed Visiting Professor of Law for the Fall Term 2013, to teach the reading group Secession and to co-teach the seminar The Article V Convention Process with Professor Larry Lessig. Levinson is the W. St. John Garwood and W. St. John Garwood, Jr. Centennial Chair at the University of Texas at Austin School of Law.

Katerina LINOS has been appointed Visiting Assistant Professor of Law and John Harvey Gregory Lecturer on World Organization for the Spring Term 2014 to teach a section of the first-year course Public International Law. Linos is Assistant Professor of Law at the University of California, Berkeley School of Law.

Catharine A. MacKINNON has been appointed James Barr Ames Visiting Professor of Law for the 2013-14 academic year. She will teach the course Sex Equality and co-teach the reading group Prostitution: The Critical Questions with Diane L. Rosenfeld, both in the Fall Term 2013. MacKinnon is the Elizabeth A. Long Professor of Law at the University of Michigan.

Peter L. MURRAY has been appointed Visiting Professor of Law for the Fall Term 2013, to teach a section of Evidence. Murray is Of Counsel at Murray Plumb and Murray in Portland, ME.

Jonathan RAPPING has been appointed Visiting Associate Professor of Law for the Winter Term 2014 to teach in the Trial Advocacy Workshop. Rapping is Associate Professor at Atlanta's John Marshall Law School and Founder and President of the Southern Public Defender Training Center in Atlanta, GA.

Christopher ROBERTSON has been appointed Visiting Associate Professor of Law for the 2013-2014 academic year. He will teach a section of the first-year course Torts in the Fall Term, the Health Law and Policy Workshop over the 2013-2014 year, and the course Health Law in the Spring Term. Robertson is Associate Professor of Law at the James E. Rogers College of Law, University of Arizona, and an associate with the Safra Center for Ethics at Harvard.

Peter J. RUBIN has been appointed Visiting Professor of Law for the Spring Term 2014, to teach a section of Evidence. He is Associate Justice of the Massachusetts Appeals Court.

Jeswald SALACUSE has been appointed Visiting Professor of Law for the Spring Term 2014. He will teach the first-year course International Investment, Development, and the Law and the reading group Law, Culture, and Social Change in Developing Countries. Salacuse is the Henry J. Braker Professor of Commercial Law at The Fletcher School of Law & Diplomacy at Tufts University.

Michael Ashley STEIN has been appointed Visiting Professor of Law for the Spring Term 2014, to teach the reading group The Human Rights Frontier: Disability Rights in Comparative and International Perspectives. Stein is Executive Director of the Harvard Law School Project on Disability and the Cabell Professor at William & Mary Law School.

George TRIANTIS has been appointed Sullivan & Cromwell Visiting Professor of Law for the Winter Term 2014, to teach the course Bankruptcy. Triantis is the James and Patricia Kowal Professor of Law at Stanford Law School.

Alain-Laurent VERBEKE has been appointed Visiting Professor of Law for the Winter and Spring Terms 2014, to teach in the Negotiation Workshop. Verbeke is Professor of Law at University of Leuven, Leuven, Belgium and the University of Tilburg, the Netherlands.

Paul WALDAU has been appointed Bob Barker Visiting Associate Professor of Law for the Spring Term 2014, to teach the course Animal Law. Waldau is Associate Professor in the Anthrozoology Department at Canisius College, Buffalo, NY.

Michael WALZER has been appointed Caroline Zelaznik Gruss and Joseph S. Gruss Visiting Professor in Talmudic Civil Law for the Spring Term 2014. Walzer is Professor Emeritus at the Institute for Advanced Study at the School of Social Science at Princeton University.

Lauren WILLIS has been appointed Robert Braucher Visiting Professor of Law for the 2013-2014 academic year. In the Fall Term, she will teach a section of the first-year course Civil Procedure and the reading group Consumer Contracts. In the Spring Term, she will teach the course Consumer Law and the seminar Disclosure as a Regulatory Tool. Willis is Professor of Law at Loyola Law School in Los Angeles.

Mikhail XIFARAS has been appointed Visiting Professor of Law for the 2013-2014 academic year, to co-teach, with Professor Duncan Kennedy, the seminar The Genealogy of Continental Philosophy and Law. Xifaras is Professor of Public Law at Sciences Po, Ecole de Droit, Paris.

Larry YACKLE has been appointed Visiting Professor for the Fall Term 2013, to teach the course Federal Courts and the Federal System. Yackle is the Basil Yanakakis Faculty Research Scholar and Professor of Law at Boston University School of Law.

 

Lecturers on Law

Sabrineh ARDALAN has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the 2013-2014 academic year. In the Fall Term, she will teach the reading group Trauma, Refugees and Asylum Law and in the Spring Term, she will teach the clinical seminar Immigration and Refugee Advocacy. Ardalan is Assistant Director at the Harvard Immigration and Refugee Clinic.

James A. BAKER has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Fall Term 2013, to teach the seminar National Security Law. Baker is Associate General Counsel at Bridgewater Associates, LP in Westport, CT.

Carol BALL has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Winter Term 2014, to teach in the Trial Advocacy Workshop. Ball is Associate Justice in the Massachusetts Superior Court.

Mark BARNES has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the 2013-2014 academic year. He will teach Public Health Law in the Fall Term and Law of Research with Humans and Animals in the Spring Term. Barnes is a partner with Ropes & Gray in Boston.

Kenneth BASIN has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Winter Term 2014, to co-teach the course Entertainment and Media Law with Stuart Brotman. He is Business Affairs and Business Development Executive at Amazon Studios.

Christopher T. BAVITZ has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the 2013-2014 academic year. He will co-teach, with Dalia Topelson, the seminar Practical Lawyering in Cyberspace in the Fall Term. He will also teach the seminar Music & Digital Media in the Spring Term, and teach in the cyberlaw clinic throughout the year. Bavitz is Assistant Director of the Cyberlaw Clinic, based at the Berkman Center for Internet and Society.

Mark D. BECKETT has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Winter Term 2014. He will co-teach, with Dan Tan, the course International Commercial Arbitration. Beckett is a partner in Latham & Watkins LLP's New York office and co-chair of the firm's International Litigation and Arbitration practice.

Roger BERTLING has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the 2013-2014 academic year. He will co-teach, with Max Weinstein, the clinical seminar Predatory Lending and Consumer Protection in both the Fall and Spring Terms. Bertling is a clinical instructor in the Predatory Lending/Consumer Protection Clinic at the WilmerHale Legal Services Center.

Martin J. BIENENSTOCK has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Spring Term 2014, to teach the course Corporate Reorganization. Bienenstock is Chair of Proskauer's Business Solutions, Governance, Restructuring & Bankruptcy Department in New York.

Victoria B. BJORKLUND has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Spring Term 2014, to teach the course The Law of Nonprofit Organizations. Bjorklund is Of Counsel at Simpson Thacher & Bartlett LLP in New York.

Marc J. BLOOSTEIN has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Spring Term 2013, to teach the course Estate Planning. Bloostein is a partner at Ropes & Gray in Boston.

Mary L. BONUATO has been appointed Shikes Fellow in Civil Liberties and Civil Rights and Lecturer on Law for the Spring Term 2014, to teach the reading group Flashpoints in LGBT Litigation and Legislation. Bonauto is Civil Rights Project Director at Gay and Lesbian Advocates and Defenders (GLAD) in Boston.

Charles E. BORDEN has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Winter Term 2014, to co-teach, with Robert Rizzi, the course Legal Profession: Government Ethics - Scandal and Reform. Borden is a partner in Allen & Overy's Washington, DC office and a member of the U.S. Financial Services Regulatory Practice.

Emily M. BROAD LEIB has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the 2013-2014 academic year, to co-teach, with Professor Robert Greenwald, the clinical seminar Food Law and Policy. Broad Leib is a clinical instructor at the WilmerHale Legal Services Center.

James BROMLEY has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Spring Term 2014, to teach International Corporate Debt Solutions and Cross-Border Insolvency. Bromley is partner at Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP in New York.

Stuart N. BROTMAN has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Winter Term 2014, to co-teach with Ken Basin the course Entertainment and Media Law. Brotman advises domestic and international telecommunications, Internet, media, entertainment, and sports clients.

Jessica BUDNITZ has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the 2013-2014 academic year. She will co-teach, with Professor Betsy Bartholet, The Art of Social Change: Child Welfare, Education and Juvenile Justice in the Fall Term. She will also teach the Child Advocacy clinical seminar in the Spring Term. Budnitz is the Managing Director of the Child Advocacy Program.

Philip BURLING has been appointed Covington & Burling Distinguished Visitor and Lecturer on Law for the 2013-2014 academic year. He will teach a section of Advanced Legal Writing in both the Fall and Spring Terms. Burling is a retired partner in the firm of Foley Hoag LLP in Boston, where his practice focused on schools and colleges, property valuation disputes, medical groups, and administrative litigation.

Andrew CAFFREY, III has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Winter Term 2014 to co-teach, with Professor Stephen Shay, a first-year section of the Problem Solving Workshop. Caffrey is Attorney at Law at Birnbaum & Godkin LLP in Boston, where his practice focuses on shareholder litigation, class actions, and patent infringement litigation.

Esme CARAMELLO has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the 2013-2014 academic year. She will co-teach, with David Grossman, the course Introduction to Advocacy: Skills and Ethics in Clinical Practice, and the Advanced Clinical Practice workshop in both the Fall and Spring Terms. Caramello is Deputy Director of the Harvard Legal Aid Bureau.

Peter A. CARFAGNA has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the 2013-2014 academic year. He will teach the course Sports and the Law: Examining the Legal History and Evolution of America's Three "Major League" Sports: MLB, NFL, and NBA, as well as the course Sports Law: Advanced Contract Drafting in the Fall Term. He will teach the course Sports and the Law: Representing the Professional Athlete in the Winter Term. Carfagna is Chairman and CEO of Magis LLC in Cleveland, Ohio.

Chad M. CARR has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the 2013-2014 academic year. He will teach the seminar Dispute Systems Design in the Fall Term and a section of the Negotiation Workshop in the Spring Term. Carr is a clinical instructor at the Negotiation and Mediation Clinical Program at Harvard Law School.

Dale CENDALI has been appointed Covington & Burling Distinguished Visitor and Lecturer on Law for the Fall Term 2013, to teach the course Copyright and Trademark Litigation. Cendali is a partner in the New York office of Kirkland and Ellis LLP, where her practice focuses on intellectual property litigation.

Norman CHAMP has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Winter Term 2014, to teach the course Private Fund Investment Management Law. Champ is Director of Investment Management at the US Securities and Exchanges Commission.

Jeanne CHARN has been appointed Senior Lecturer on Law for the 2013-2014 academic year. She will teach the seminar Financial and Legal Needs of Low and Moderate Income Households in the Fall Term, as well as the course Legal Profession: Ethical and Professional Challenges in New Approaches to Personal Service Law Practice in the Fall Term and the course Legal Profession: Delivery of Legal Services in the Spring Term. Charn is Director of the Bellow-Sacks Access to Civil Legal Services Project.

Steve S. CHURCHILL has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the 2013-2014 academic year, to teach the clinical seminar Employment Law Workshop: Advocacy Skills in the Fall Term, and the clinical seminar Employment Law Workshop: Strategies for Social Change in the Spring Term. Churchill is a partner at Lichten & Liss-Riordan, P.C. in Boston.

Richard W. CLARY has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Fall Term 2013, to teach the course Complex Litigation. Clary is a litigation partner with Cravath, Swaine & Moore LLP in New York City.

Travis Glenn COAN has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Spring Term 2014, to teach the course Applied Quantitative Analysis. Coan is a research statistician at the Harvard Law School library.

Rebecca Richman COHEN has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the 2013-2014 academic year. She will teach the reading group Visual Justice: Documentary Film and Human Rights in the Fall Term, and the reading group Visual Justice: Old Media, New Media and Advocacy in the Spring Term. Cohen is the founder of Racing Horse Productions, a documentary film production company dedicated to the craft of telling stories that illuminate vital social issues.

Susan COLE has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the 2013-2014 academic year. She will co-teach, with Michael Gregory, the clinical seminar Education Advocacy and Systemic Change: Children at Risk in the Fall Term, and the seminar Legislative Lawyering in Education, also with Michael Gregory, in the Spring Term. Cole is Director of the Education Law Clinic of the Trauma and Learning Policy Initiative.

David COPE has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the 2013-2014 academic year. He will teach the seminar Law and Psychology: The Emotions, and the course Fundamentals of Statistical Analysis in the Fall Term, and a section of Analytical Methods for Lawyers in the Spring Term. Cope is a consultant in the Boston area specializing in the application of qualitative methods to legal questions.

Isaac CORRÉ has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Spring Term 2014. He will co-teach, with Professor Jesse Fried, the seminar Current Issues in Executive Compensation and Corporate Governance. Corré is formerly Partner at Eton Park Capital Management.

John J. CORRIGAN has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Fall Term 2013 and Winter Term 2014. He will teach Introduction to Advocacy (ITA): Criminal Prosecution Perspectives. Corrigan is an attorney in private practice in Boston specializing in criminal law and employment law, and a former Assistant District Attorney for Norfolk County, MA.

John C. CRATSLEY has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the 2013-2014 academic year. He will teach the seminar The Judicial Process in Community Courts in the Spring Term. Cratsley is Associate Justice, Massachusetts Superior Court.

Timothy J. DACEY has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Fall Term 2013, to teach a section of the course Legal Profession. Dacey is with Goulston & Storrs in Boston.

Florrie DARWIN has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Spring Term 2014, to teach in the Negotiation Workshop. Darwin is an Adjunct Professor of Law at the Georgetown University Law Center as well as being a professional mediator.

Susan DAVIES has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Fall Term 2013, to teach a first-year section of Legislation and Regulation. Davies is a litigation partner in the Washington DC office of Kirkland & Ellis, LLP and recently served as Deputy Counsel to the President of the United States.

Fernando Ribeiro DELGADO has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Spring Term 2014, to co-teach, with Susan Farbstein, the seminar Human Rights Advocacy. Delgado is a Clinical Instructor in the Human Rights Program. He was formerly the Global Advocacy Fellow in the International Human Rights Clinic at Harvard Law School.

Bonnie DOCHERTY has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Fall Term 2013, to teach the seminar Armed Conflict and Humanitarian Protection. Docherty is a Senior Clinical Instructor at the International Human Rights Clinic (IHRC) at Harvard Law School and a Senior Researcher in the Arms Division of Human Rights Watch in Washington, DC. She is an expert on disarmament and international humanitarian law.

Alonzo EMERY has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Spring Term 2014 to teach a section of the Negotiation Workshop. He is also a clinical instructor with the Harvard Negotiation and Mediation Clinic.

Kenneth R. FEINBERG has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Fall Term 2013, to teach a section of the course Evidence. Feinberg is managing partner in Feinberg, Rozen, LLP, a firm specializing in mediation, arbitration, and other forms of alternative dispute resolution.

Richard D. FORREST has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Fall Term 2013, to co-teach, with Allen Ferrell, the seminar Law and Finance of Start-Up Companies. Forrest is with Forrest LLC in Newton, Massachusetts.

Erica Ariel FOX has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Winter and Spring Terms 2014, to teach a section of the Negotiation Workshop. Fox is the Founder and Director of the Global Negotiation Insight Institute and a partner at Mobius Executive Leadership.

David FRIEDMAN has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Spring Term 2014, to teach the reading group Management and Leadership Skills for Lawyers. Friedman is Senior Vice President/Special Counsel for the Red Sox and Senior Counsel for the club's parent corporation, Fenway Sports Group.

Shaun Alaric GOHO has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Fall Term 2013, to teach the clinical seminar Public Interest Environmental Litigation. Goho is a Clinical Instructor in the Emmett Environmental Law & Policy Clinic at Harvard Law School.

Deborah GOLDSTEIN has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Spring Term 2014, to teach a section of the Negotiation Workshop. She is a Principal and the Managing Director at Triad Consulting in Cambridge, MA.

Thomas C. GOLDSTEIN has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Winter Term 2014, to co-teach, with Kevin Russell and Jonathan Massey, the course Supreme Court Litigation. This course will be taught in Washington, DC. Goldstein is a partner in the law firm Goldstein & Russell, PC in Washington, DC.

Mark GORDON has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Winter Term 2014, to teach Mergers and Acquisitions Workshop: Boardroom Strategies and Deal Tactics. Gordon is a partner in Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen, & Katz's Corporate Department, where he focuses on domestic and cross-border mergers and acquisitions, takeover defense, private equity and leveraged buy-outs, securities law matters, and distressed/insolvent company acquisitions.

Peter T. GROSSI has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Fall Term 2013, to teach the course Drug Product Liability Litigation. Grossi is a senior litigator and former chair of the Litigation Group at Arnold & Porter LLP in McLean, Virginia.

Sheila HEEN has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Winter and Spring Terms 2014, to teach a section of the Negotiation Workshop. Heen is a partner at Triad Consulting Group in Cambridge, MA.

Benjamin W. HEINEMAN has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Fall Term 2013 to co-teach, with David Wilkins, the seminar Challenges of a General Counsel. Heineman is senior fellow with the Program on the Legal Profession, senior fellow at the Harvard Law School Program on Corporate Governance, and senior fellow at the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs at the Kennedy School of Government.

Albert HERRING has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Winter Term 2014, to teach a section of the Negotiation Workshop. Herring is Assistant Counsel in the Office of Professional Responsibility in the U.S. Department of Justice.

Scott HIRST has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the 2013-2014 academic year. He will co-teach, with Professor Lucian Bebchuk, the clinical seminar Shareholder Rights in the Fall and Spring Terms. Hirst is Executive Director of the Harvard Law School Program on Corporate Governance and Co-Editor of the Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance and Financial Regulation.

David A. HOFFMAN has been appointed the John H. Watson, Jr. Lecturer on Law for the 2013-2014 academic year, to teach the course Mediation in the Fall Term and in the Spring Term. Hoffman is a mediator, arbitrator, and attorney with the Boston Law Collaborative, LLC.

David HORNIK has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Spring Term 2014, to teach the course Entrepreneurship and Company Creation. Hornik is a partner with August Capital in Menlo Park, CA.

Peter Barton HUTT has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Winter Term 2014, to teach the course Food and Drug Law. Hutt is a partner at Covington & Burling, LLP in Washington, DC.

Chris JOCHNICK has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Spring Term 2014, to co-teach, with Professor Tyler Giannini, the clinical seminar Business and Human Rights. Jochnick is the Director of the Private Sector Department at Oxfam America.

Brett M. KAVANAUGH has been appointed the Samuel Williston Lecturer on Law for the Winter Term 2014, to teach the course Separation of Powers. Kavanaugh is a Judge on the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit. Prior to his judicial appointment, Kavanaugh was a partner at the law firm of Kirkland & Ellis and served as Senior Associate Counsel to the President of the United States.

Suzanne McKechnie KLAHR has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Winter and Spring Terms 2014, to co-teach, with Kyle Westaway, the course Introduction to Social Entrepreneurship. Klahr is CEO and Founder of BUILD, an entrepreneurship-focused college preparation program.

Andrea C. KRAMER has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Winter Term 2014, to teach a first-year section of the Problem Solving Workshop. Kramer is with Hirsch Roberts Weinstein, LLP in Boston.

William F. LEE has been appointed the Eli Goldston Visiting Lecturer on Law for the Winter Term 2014, to teach a first-year section of the Problem Solving Workshop. Lee is a partner at WilmerHale in Boston.

Jack LEVIN has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Winter Term 2014, to teach the course Structuring Venture Capital, Private Equity, and Entrepreneurial Transactions. Levin is partner at Kirkland & Ellis, LLP in Chicago.

Jonathan MASSEY has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Winter Term 2014, to co-teach, with Kevin Russell and Thomas Goldstein, the course Supreme Court Litigation. This course will be taught in Washington, DC. Massey is partner at Massey & Gail, LLP, in Washington, DC.

Maureen MCDONAGH has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the 2013-2014 academic year. She will teach the clinical seminar Post-Foreclosure Eviction/Housing Law in both the Fall and Spring Terms. McDonagh is a Clinical Instructor in the Housing Law/Litigation Practice Group at the WilmerHale Legal Services Center.

Jonathan L. MECHANIC has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Spring Term 2014, to teach Real Estate Law. Mechanic is a partner in the New York office of Fried Frank and is chairman of the firm's real estate department.

Linda NETSCH has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Winter and Spring Terms 2014, to teach a section of the Negotiation Workshop. Netsch is a consultant with Common Outlook Consulting, Inc.

Nnena ODIM has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the 2013-2014 academic year. She will teach the clinical seminar Family, Domestic Violence and LGBT Law: Litigating in the Family Courts in both the Fall and Spring Terms. Odim is a clinical instructor with the WilmerHale Legal Services Center.

Deborah Alejandra POPOWSKI has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Fall Term 2013. She will co-teach, with Professor Tyler Giannini, the clinical seminar Human Rights Advocacy. Popowski is a Clinical Instructor with the International Human Rights Clinic at Harvard Law School.

Frank PORCELLI has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Spring Term 2014. He will teach the seminar Patent Litigation Workshop. Porcelli is Senior Principal at Fish & Richardson in Boston, where his practice focuses on patent and trade secret appellate work.

Nicholson PRICE has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Spring Term 2014, to teach the seminar Genetics and the Law. Price is an academic fellow with Harvard Law School's Petrie-Flom Center for Health Law Policy, Biotechnology, and Bioethics.

Robert RIZZI has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Winter Term 2013-2014, to co-teach, with Charles Borden, the course Legal Profession: Government Ethics - Scandal and Reform. Rizzi is a partner at O'Melveny & Myers, LLP in Washington, DC.

Michele A. ROBERTS has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Fall Term 2013. She will teach in the Trial Advocacy Workshop. Roberts is a litigation partner with the firm of Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom, LLP & Affiliates in Washington, DC, where her practice focuses in the areas of complex civil and criminal litigation.

Stephanie ROBINSON has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the 2013-2014 academic year. She will teach the seminar Race and Politics in the Fall Term, and the seminar Democracy, The Incomplete Experiment and the reading group The Two Way Mirror: Media Imaging in the 21st Century in the Spring Term. Robinson is Founding President and CEO of the Jamestown Project.

Mindy Jane ROSEMAN has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Spring Term 2014, to teach the seminar Reproductive Rights and Justice. Roseman is the Academic Director of the Human Rights Program.

Diane ROSENFELD has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the 2013-2014 academic year. She will teach a Title IX seminar and co-teach, with Catharine MacKinnon, the reading group Prostitution: The Critical Questions in the Fall Term; the Gender Violence Legal Policy Workshop in the Fall and Spring Terms; and the course Gender Violence, Law and Social Justice in the Spring Term.

Kevin K. RUSSELL has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Winter Term 2014, to co-teach, with Tom Goldstein and Jonathan Massey, the course Supreme Court Litigation. This course will be taught in Washington DC. Russell is a partner with the firm Goldstein & Russell in Washington, DC.

John SAVARESE has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Fall Term 2013, to teach White Collar Criminal Law and Procedure. Savarese is a partner with Wachtell Lipton Rosen & Katz in New York.

Bruce SCHNEIER has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Spring Term 2014, to teach the reading group Security, Power, and the Internet. Schneier is a Fellow at the Berkman Center for Internet and Society.

Amy W. SCHULMAN has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Spring Term 2014, to teach the course The Strategic Management of a Mass Tort: Legal & Business Challenges Arising from the COX-2 Inhibitor Litigations.

Emily R. SCHULMAN has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Fall Term 2013, to teach a section of Evidence. Schulman is a partner at WilmerHale in Boston.

Jeffrey SKOPEK has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Spring Term 2014, to teach the seminar Rethinking the Legal and Ethical Status of Humans, Animals, and the Environment. Skopek is an academic fellow with Harvard Law School's Petrie-Flom Center for Health Law Policy, Biotechnology, and Bioethics.

Mark SOMOS has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the 2013-2014 academic year, to co-teach, with Professor Larry Lessig, the Lab Seminar Series on Institutional Corruption. Somos is Research Director of the Safra Center for Ethics.

Douglas STONE has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Winter and Spring Terms 2014. He is Managing Partner with the Triad Consulting Group in Cambridge, MA.

Leo E. STRINE, Jr. has been appointed the Austin Wakeman Scott Lecturer on Law for the Fall Term 2013, to teach the course Mergers, Acquisitions, and Split-Ups. Strine is Chancellor of the Delaware Court of Chancery.

Sharon STYLES-ANDERSON has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Winter Term 2014, to teach in the Trial Advocacy Workshop. Styles-Anderson is General Counsel and Community Development Coordinator for the Johenning Temple of Praise in Washington, DC.

Jeffrey S. SUTTON has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Winter Term 2014, to teach the course State Constitutional Law. Sutton is a federal judge on the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit.

Christopher P. TAGGART has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the 2013-2014 academic year. He will teach the courses Introduction to American Law and Legal Research, Writing and Analysis for LLM's in the Fall Term, and the course Contracts for LLMs in the Spring Term. Taggart is a recent S.J.D. graduate at Harvard Law School with interests in the normative foundations of law and economics.

Daniel S. TAN has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Winter Term 2014. He will co-teach, with Mark Beckett, the course International Commercial Arbitration. Tan is principal of Dan Tan Law, a boutique international litigation and arbitration law firm based in New York. He was formerly a senior associate in the Litigation Department of the New York office of Latham & Watkins, and a member of the firm's International Dispute Resolution practice.

James E. TIERNEY has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the 2013-2014 academic year. He will teach the course The Role of the State Attorney General in the Spring Term. Tierney is Director of the National State Attorneys General Program at Columbia Law School.

Susannah Barton TOBIN has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the 2013-2014 academic year. She will teach a section of First-Year Legal Research and Writing in both the Fall and Spring Terms. Tobin is the Managing Director, Climenko Program and Assistant Dean for Academic Career Advising.

Gillien S. TODD has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Spring Term 2014, to teach a section of the Negotiation Workshop. Todd is a consultant in the Boston area.

Dalia TOPELSON has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Fall Term 2013, to co-teach, with Chris Bavitz, Practical Lawyering in Cyberspace. She is a Clinical Instructor at Harvard Law School's Cyberlaw Clinic, based at Harvard's Berkman Center for Internet & Society.

Philip TORREY has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Fall Term 2013, to teach the clinical seminar Crimmigration: The Intersection of Criminal Law and Immigration Law. He is a Clinical Instructor in the Harvard Law School Immigration and Refugee Clinic.

Dehlia UMUNNA has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the 2013-2014 academic year, to teach the reading group The Effects of Mass Incarceration: Experiences of Prison and Parole. Umunna is a clinical instructor with the Criminal Justice Institute, Harvard Law School.

Max WEINSTEIN has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the 2013-2014 academic year. He will co-teach, with Roger Bertling, the clinical seminar Predatory Lending and Consumer Protection in both the Fall and Spring Terms. He will also teach the course Consumer Law: Educational Institutions and Student Debt in the Spring Term. Weinstein is a Clinical Instructor with WilmerHale Legal Services Center.

Kyle WESTAWAY has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Winter and Spring Terms 2014, to co-teach, with Suzanne Klahr, the course Introduction to Social Entrepreneurship. Westaway is Founding Partner of Westaway Law in New York City, where he counsels social entrepreneurs.

Susan R. Holmes WINFIELD has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Fall Term 2013 to teach in the Trial Advocacy Workshop. Winfield is a retired judge of the Superior Court of the District of Columbia. She serves as a senior judge on a part-time basis. In addition, she is a Hearing Officer in employment and labor grievances before the Foreign Service Grievance Board, the Government Accountability Office and the Office of Compliance.

Virginia WISE has been appointed the Ezra Ripley Thayer Senior Lecturer on Law for Legal Research for the 2013-2014 academic year. She will teach Legal Research: Introduction to American and International Legal Research in the Fall Term and Legal Research: International, Foreign, and Comparative in the Spring Term. She will also teach Legal Research: Advanced in both the Fall and Spring Terms.

Brian WOLFMAN has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Winter and Spring Terms 2014, to teach the workshop Appellate Courts and Advocacy. Wolfman is a Visiting Professor of Law and Co-Director of the Institute for Public Representation at Georgetown University Law Center.

Jonathan J. WROBLEWSKI has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the 2013-2014 academic year. He will teach the course Government Lawyering - Policy & Practice: Semester in Washington in the Spring Term. Wroblewski is Director of the Office of Policy and Legislation, Criminal Division, at the U.S. Department of Justice.

Juan Carlos ZARATE has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Spring Term 2014, to teach National Security Law: Legal Frameworks and National Security Decision-making. Zarate is a senior adviser to the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), the senior national security consultant and analyst for CBS News, a former deputy assistant to the President of the United States, and deputy national security adviser.

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