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  • David C. Johnson | School of Law | SIU
    djohnson siu edu Professor Johnson received his Bachelor of Science degree from the University of North Dakota in 1959 He also was licensed as a certified public accountant at that time and commissioned as an officer in the U S Army Finance Corps In 1961 he received his Juris Doctor in Law also from North Dakota Professor Johnson was editor in chief of the North Dakota Law Review and a member of the Order of the Coif After two years in the service primarily at Headquarters Third Army he accepted a graduate fellowship at the University of Pennsylvania School of Law obtaining the Masters of Law with emphasis in taxation From 1963 to 1970 he taught at Emory School of Law in Atlanta from 1970 to 1974 at the University of Oklahoma College of Law and from 1975 to 2004 at Southern Illinois University School of Law Over the years Professor Johnson taught at many continuing legal education seminars receiving commendations in the early years from Georgia and Oklahoma He also participated in numerous ABA AALS law school inspections He served as an advisor to the Southern Illinois University Foundation He was co founder of the SIUC Morris Library Board

    Original URL path: http://www.law.siu.edu/our-people/faculty/emeritus-faculty/johnson.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Patrick J. Kelley | School of Law | SIU
    J Kelley Office Welcome Center Bldg Phone 618 453 8742 Email pkelley siu edu Professor Kelley received his undergraduate degree from Notre Dame University where he was valedictorian of his class in 1965 He graduated from the University of Iowa College of Law in 1969 valedictorian of his class and editor in chief of the Iowa Law Review He then practiced law with Sidley and Austin in Chicago before accepting a position teaching law at Washington University in St Louis where he was awarded tenure in 1974 Professor Kelley left Washington University in 1979 to practice in the civil litigation department of the St Louis law firm of Husch Eppenberger Donohue Elson and Cornfeld In 1981 Professor Kelley came to the SIU School of Law where he has taught torts local government law jurisprudence statutory interpretation constitutional law and legislative and administrative processes His publications include both chapters and articles on torts tort theory Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr statutory interpretation and constitutional law Professor Kelley has served as a council member on the University City Missouri and Carbondale Illinois city councils and was the Republican candidate for Congress in the 22nd Congressional District in 1988 He served as the chair

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  • Edward J. Kionka | School of Law | SIU
    65 and at Columbia University Law School 1962 Mr Kionka was selected by Dean Hiram Lesar as a member of the founding faculty of Southern Illinois University School of Law where he taught from 1973 teaching the first class ever held in the law school until 2003 His primary fields are torts evidence and appellate courts and practice but he has also taught civil procedure insurance law legal writing advanced appellate advocacy remedies legal profession and federal courts He served for a year as associate dean 1984 85 and briefly as acting dean summer 1985 Although he retired from full time teaching at SIU Law School in 2003 he maintains his office there and continues his academic work including writing law books and articles He has also been a visiting professor at other law schools including Washington University St Louis St Louis University Emory University McGeorge School of Law the University of San Diego the University of Hawaii Northern Illinois University the University of Georgia and Stetson University College of Law Law Practice From 1962 to 1964 Mr Kionka was an associate with a Chicago law firm He practiced in 1971 72 as a partner in the Belleville Illinois law firm of Norton and Kionka The firm limited its practice to civil tort litigation on behalf of plaintiffs Although he left the firm in fall 1972 to return to his academic career he continued to work with the firm on a limited basis until Mr Norton s death in May 1993 In addition to doing the firm s appellate work his work at the trial level focused on legal issues such as pleadings motions evidence jury instructions and the like He also has done similar work for other attorneys and law firms Since retirement from full time teaching he has

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  • R.J. Robertson | School of Law | SIU
    a Staff Law Clerk at the United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit from 1976 1979 He practiced corporate commercial banking and public finance law with Thompson Mitchell now Thompson Coburn LLC in St Louis Missouri from 1979 82 and 1985 86 He came to the SIU Law School in 1982 as an Assistant Professor of Law was promoted to Associate Professor of Law in 1989 and to Professor of Law in 1999 From 1988 91 he made a foray into academic administration when he served as Associate Dean of the Law School a job he now describes as a living hell Professor Robertson teaches Contracts Introduction to Commercial Law and Introduction to Transactional Skills He received the Outstanding Teacher of the Year Award from the Classes of 1985 1994 2001 2002 2004 2006 and 2007 and the SIU Law School Excellence in Teaching Award in 1996 He has written articles dealing with commercial law sales of goods insurance and electronic commerce issues From 1995 to 1998 he was a member of Illinois Attorney General Jim Ryan s Commission on Electronic Commerce and Crime that drafted the Illinois Electronic Commerce Security Act legislation approved by the General Assembly in 1998 to remove legal barriers to the use of digital information in commercial and governmental transactions Most recently he coauthored a casebook on remedies with Professor Leonard Gross of SIU John Sebert and Robert Thompson Professor Robertson is active in advocacy organizations for individuals with disabilities He was recently re appointed to a third term as a member of the Illinois Statewide Independent Living Council by Governor Quinn and is a current member of the Board of Directors of the Southern Illinois Center for Independent Living He was a member of the Planning Committee and a presenter at the

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  • Mary C. Rudasill | School of Law | SIU
    Staff Civil Service Staff Alumni Law Library Give to the School Info for Future Students Current Students Alumni Friends Employers Faculty Breadcrumb Navigation Home Our People Faculty Emeritus Retired Faculty Mary C Rudasill Share this page Mary C Rudasill Email rudasill siu edu Education B S 1971 Illinois State University M S 1975 University of Illinois J D 1980 Magna Cum Laude Southern Illinois University School of Law Work Experience Law Clerk U S Magistrate Kenneth J Meyers 1980 1981 Private practice Carbondale Ill 1981 1988 Part time staff attorney Southern Illinois University School of Law 1985 1988 Staff attorney Southern Illinois University School of Law Clinical Program 1988 1991 Adjunct Professor of Law Southern Illinois University School of Law 1990 1991 Acting Clinical Director Southern Illinois University School of Law 1991 Clinical Director and Associate Professor Southern Illinois University School of Law 1992 2009 Acting Associate Dean for Administration Southern Illinois University School of Law 1997 1999 Associate Professor Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Clinical Director Southern Illinois University School of Law 1999 2004 Left Sidebar Secondary Navigation Emeritus Retired Faculty Jill Adams W Eugene Basanta Keith Beyler Thomas C Britton Leonard Gross Frank G Houdek David C

    Original URL path: http://www.law.siu.edu/our-people/faculty/emeritus-faculty/rudasill.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Suzanne J. Schmitz | School of Law | SIU
    her career challenging future lawyers to meet the standard of being competent diligent ethical skilled and committed to public service These are the abilities needed if lawyers are entrusted with the great responsibility they have for people s lives liberties and properties She wants to see students succeed in law school and then in practice She coordinated the law school s academic success program designed to help students learn the tools of thinking like a lawyer Prior to her duties with the Academic Success Program Professor Schmitz worked for twelve years in the ADR Clinic at SIU where her particular area of interest was mediation She has written extensively on mediation and other ADR topics and has served on several committees regarding ADR Additionally Professor Schmitz assisted with bar admission and bar preparation Professor Schmitz has been in legal education because she enjoyed two professions she loves teaching and law She is a 1969 graduate of St Xavier College in Chicago with a B A in Philosophy She also earned an M S Ed from Southern Illinois University Edwardsville in 1976 and a J D Magna cum Laude from St Louis University School of Law in 1981 She is admitted

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  • Wenona Whitfield | School of Law | SIU
    Students Information for Alumni Our People Deans Faculty Administrative Professional Staff Civil Service Staff Alumni Law Library Give to the School Info for Future Students Current Students Alumni Friends Employers Faculty Breadcrumb Navigation Home Our People Faculty Emeritus Retired Faculty Wenona Whitfield Share this page Wenona Whitfield e mail Wwhitfield608 gmail com Wenona Whitfield received her BA degree from Illinois Wesleyan 1970 and her JD degree from Southern Illinois University School of Law in 1977 She taught property and health related courses at SIU Law for 26 years before retiring in 2007 She has been a visiting professor at Florida Coastal School of Law William Mitchell College of Law and the University of Missouri School of Law in Columbia Missouri She has taught as a Fulbright professor at the University of Ghana College of Law and at Tsinghua University School of Law in Beijing China She is a member of the American Law Institute the Illinois State Bar Association and the American Agricultural Law Association Left Sidebar Secondary Navigation Emeritus Retired Faculty Jill Adams W Eugene Basanta Keith Beyler Thomas C Britton Leonard Gross Frank G Houdek David C Johnson Patrick J Kelley Edward J Kionka R J Robertson Mary

    Original URL path: http://www.law.siu.edu/our-people/faculty/emeritus-faculty/whitfield.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Keith H. Beyler's Publications | School of Law | SIU
    2009 Supplement CHAPTER The American Civil Jury in M Frankowska and A Melone eds The Legal System and American Constitutional Democracy 39 54 Sofia Bulgaria St Kliment Ohridski University Press 1993 ARTICLES Illinois Venue Reform Not Tort Reform Rants 43 Loyola University Chicago Law Journal 757 831 2012 Expert Testimony Disclosure Under Federal Rule 26 A Proposed Amendment 41 John Marshall Law Review 117 159 2007 Witness Disclosure in Illinois 28 Southern Illinois University Law Journal 225 271 2004 The Death of Special Appearances 88 Illinois Bar Journal 30 35 2000 Personal Jurisdiction Based on Advertising The First Amendment and Federal Liberty Issues 61 Missouri Law Review 61 133 1996 reprinted in 46 Defense Law Journal 107 185 1997 The 1992 Allerton House Conference On Access to Civil Justice 80 Illinois Bar Journal 618 622 1992 Jurisdiction and Immunity in Suits Against State Employees After Healy v Vaupel 79 Illinois Bar Journal 612 622 1991 with P Kelley The 1990 Allerton House Conference on the Illinois Appellate Courts 78 Illinois Bar Journal 586 591 1990 Illinois Appellate Courts Meeting the Challenge of Heavier Caseloads 78 Illinois Bar Journal 440 447 1990 Selective Publication Rules An Empirical Study 21 Loyola University of Chicago Law Journal 1 43 1989 Introduction 1988 Allerton House Conference on Trial Lawyers of the Future 77 Illinois Bar Journal 190 191 195 1988 Illinois Long Arm Statute Background Meaning and Needed Repair 12 Southern Illinois University Law Journal 293 436 1988 Supreme Court Rule 23 An Empirical Study 76 Illinois Bar Journal 324 332 1988 1986 Allerton House Conference Proceedings 75 Illinois Bar Journal 160 162 170 171 176 178 1986 editor Large Damage Awards and the Insurance Crisis Causes Effects and Cures 75 Illinois Bar Journal 140 160 1986 Introduction to the 1986 Allerton House Conference

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