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  • Richard Delgado | The University of Alabama School of Law
    Berkeley where he was Notes and Comments Editor for the California Law Review Before coming to Alabama in 2013 he taught at the University of Pittsburgh Colorado and UCLA Author of over one hundred journal articles and twenty books Delgado s work has been praised or reviewed in The Nation The New Republic the New York Times Washington Post and Wall Street Journal His books have won eight national book prizes including six Gustavus Myers awards for outstanding book on human rights in North America the American Library Association s Outstanding Academic Book and a Pulitzer Prize nomination Professor Delgado s teaching and writing focus on race the legal profession and social change In his spare time Delgado enjoys Southern cooking reading meeting new people and classical music Selected Publications Race and Races Cases and Resources for a Diverse America West Thomson 2015 Critical Race Theory An Introduction NYU Press 2012 The Latino Condition A Critical Reader NYU Press 2011 How Lawyers Lose Their Way A Profession Fails Its Creative Minds Duke University Press 2005 The Rodrigo Chronicles Conversations about America and Race NYU Press 1995 Selected Honors Senator Dennis Chavez Endowed Lecture University of New Mexico 2014 Wayne Morse

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  • John Shahar Dillbary | The University of Alabama School of Law
    teaches antitrust torts and law and economics Professor Dillbary joined the faculty at the University of Alabama in 2007 after practicing law at Weil Gotshal Manges LL P in New York where he represented and advised in an array of antitrust and intellectual property matters including horizontal and vertical arrangements joint ventures mergers and acquisitions patent pools and standard setting His practice also included false advertising and unfair competition Professor Dillbary is also admitted to the Israeli Bar where he practiced law with S Horrowitz LLP and then with Meitar Liqournik Geva LL P in Tel Aviv until 2002 focusing on complex commercial litigation During his time at Meitar he provided legal counsel to private and public companies on matters including shareholders conflicts bankruptcy proceedings trademarks and privacy Professor Dillbary taught presented lectured and advised among other places in North America Europe the Middle East and Africa He is the recipient of the Outstanding Faculty Member Award 2010 the Commitment to Academic Excellence Award 2011 and a two time recipient of the Dean Thomas W Christopher Award for making a lasting contribution to legal education and the Law School 2012 and 2013 In special recognition of his research and scholarly accomplishments professor Dillbary was awarded the Dean s Scholar 2013 2016 Professor Dillbary s scholarship focuses on antitrust intellectual property torts and the intersection between law and economics His recent work includes J Shahar Dillbary Causation Actually Work in Progress 2016 J Shahar Dillbary William Landes University of Chicago Book Manuscript Work in Progress under contract J Shahar Dillbary Tort fest 80 U Chi L Rev 953 2013 available at http ssrn com abstract 2050999 J Shahar Dillbary Apportioning Liability Behind a Veil of Uncertainty 62 Hastings L J 1729 2011 available at http ssrn com abstract 1703431 J Shahar

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  • Susan Donovan | The University of Alabama School of Law
    member of the clinical professional staff Susan received her B A Magna Cum Laude from Birmingham Southern in 1984 and her J D with honors from Duke in 1987 She practiced with Howrey Simon in D C and returned to Birmingham to work her way to partnership at Bradley Arant She was in private practice in Tuscaloosa from 2001 to 2009 and a part time staff attorney for our Elder

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  • Alan Durham | The University of Alabama School of Law
    was elected to the Order of the Coif and served as associate editor of the California Law Review His undergraduate degree cum laude is from Pomona College where he was elected to Phi Beta Kappa and received the Hartog Prize in European History For nearly 10 years Durham was in private practice in Palo Alto California with the law firms of Brown Bain and Morrison Foerster His law practice emphasized

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  • Heather Elliott | The University of Alabama School of Law
    was an appellate litigation associate at Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale Dorr LLP in Washington DC where she wrote briefs to the United States Supreme Court the California Supreme Court and numerous federal and state intermediate appellate courts in cases involving constitutional law bankruptcy Indian law administrative law and environmental law She received her J D from the University of California Berkeley School of Law Boalt Hall where she was an articles editor for the Ecology Law Quarterly earned an Environmental Law Certificate and was elected to Order of the Coif She earned M A and M Phil degrees in political science at Yale University and graduated magna cum laude from Duke University with a B A in political science and philosophy Professor Elliott s scholarship has two focuses the role of courts and agencies in a democratic society and Alabama water law policy She recently received a United States Geological Survey grant to study the latter Her scholarship includes Does the Supreme Court Ignore Standing Problems to Reach The Merits Evidence or Lack Thereof from the Roberts Court 23 WM MARY BILL OF RIGHTS J forthcoming 2014 Becoming Civil Civility and LGBT Politics CIVILITY LEGALITY AND THE LIMITS OF JUSTICE

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  • Steve Emens | The University of Alabama School of Law
    Intercollegiate Trial Advocacy Teams 205 348 6231 semens law ua edu Areas of Expertise Court Room Practice And Procedure Evidence Trial Advocacy Steve Emens Dean Emens received a B S degree from the University of North Alabama in 1973 and M B A and J D degrees from The University of Alabama in 1976 From 1976 to 1979 Dean Emens was managing attorney for the Alabama Legal Services System In 1980 he joined the Law School s clinical program as deputy director He served as the director from 1983 to 1997 As an expert in clinical education he has been a member of ABA accreditation teams In 1984 Dean Emens began serving as director of the Alabama Bar Institute for Continuing Legal Education and has served on the board of directors of the Association of Continuing Legal Education Administrators In 1995 he became professor of clinical instruction He teaches in the areas of trial advocacy evidence interviewing and counseling He is on the faculty of the National Institute of Trial Advocacy the faculty of the Legal Services Corporation s national training program and a member of the Alabama Defense Lawyers Trial Academy and speaks regularly in the area of trial

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  • Mirit Eyal-Cohen | The University of Alabama School of Law
    Eyal Cohen joined the University of Alabama School of Law faculty in 2014 She received Bachelor of Laws L L B Master of Laws L L M Magna cum laude specializing in tax law and Master of Arts History of the Americas degrees from Tel Aviv University In addition she holds a doctorate in law S J D from the University Of California School Of Law Los Angeles CA focused on the development of small business taxation Prior to teaching she clerked for the Honorable Mark V Homes at the United States Tax Court in Washington DC Professor Eyal Cohen won honors and awards for her research and scholarship including First Place in the California Supreme Court Historical Society Writing Competition Her articles are published in top U S Law reviews such as Iowa Law Review Boston College Law Review Hastings Law Journal Rutgers Law Journal California Legal History and Pittsburgh Tax Review These articles appeared on the Social Science Research Network SSRN Top Ten Download List for several areas including Regulation Legislation Public Law and Entrepreneurship Finance The articles can be downloaded at http ssrn com author 743955 Her research explores the intersection of tax law entrepreneurship and small

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  • Bryan Fair | The University of Alabama School of Law
    he joined the UCLA law faculty as a Lecturer and co directed its Academic Support Program He served as a commissioner of the California State Bar Commission on Minority Access to the Legal Profession and as a Public Counsel legal services volunteer Professor Fair joined the Alabama law faculty in 1991 He was named the Thomas E Skinner Professor of Law in 2000 He is an eleven time member of the law school commencement hooding team selected by students and has twice been named the law school s outstanding faculty member selected by students He has also received the University s Outstanding Commitment to Teaching Award given each year by the National Alumni Association Professor Fair has served as the faculty advisor to the Jessup International Moot Court Team Black Law Students Association Outlaw Law Democrats American Constitution Society and other student groups Professor Fair has also taught law courses at Seattle University the University of Tennessee the University of Fribourg Switzerland and The Australian National University Professor Fair has held several administrative posts at the Law School and the University At the Law School from 1997 to 2010 he directed the University of Fribourg UA Law cooperative exchange the Swiss Program He served as the Director of Diversity and International Programs in 2007 and 2011 and 2012 and Associate Dean for Special Programs from 2008 2010 supervising international diversity and public interest programs He also served as an assistant vice president for Academic Affairs at the University from 1994 to 1997 Professor Fair is the author of Notes of a Racial Caste Baby Colorblindness and the End of Affirmative Action NYU Press 1997 Professor Fair s research agenda remains focused on equality theory under the Fourteenth Amendment with the central theme that equal protection jurisprudence has lost its anticaste

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