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  • Cameron F. Fogle | The University of Alabama School of Law
    Degrees Law School Directory Faculty Directory Faculty Expertise Faculty Publications New Visiting Faculty Emeritus Faculty All Faculty and Staff Departments Hugo Black Fellowship Documents For Faculty Law School Cafe Cameron F Fogle Legal Writing Instructor 205 348 9118 cfogle law ua edu Cameron F Fogle The University of Alabama School of Law Box 870382 101 Paul W Bryant Drive East Tuscaloosa AL 35487 University of Alabama School of Law admissions

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  • John Gross | The University of Alabama School of Law
    joined the University of Alabama School of Law faculty in 2014 He received a J D from Hofstra University College of Law Prior to joining the Alabama faculty Professor Gross was Indigent Defense Counsel for The National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and a visiting assistant professor of law and acting director of the Syracuse University College of Law s Criminal Defense Clinic Before embarking on his teaching and clinical

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  • Susan Pace Hamill | The University of Alabama School of Law
    Pace Hamill Susan Pace Hamill has been a Professor of Law at the University of Alabama since 1994 teaching in the areas of tax law business organizations and ethics She has published three books two book chapters 24 law review articles and 25 essays and editorials in newspapers and magazines across Alabama and all over the country In the 1990s her scholarship exploring the then brand new business organization the limited liability company achieved wide spread recognition and her research studying thousands of early corporate charters discovered new revelations about the history of corporations During the first decade of the 21 st century her scholarship declaring the tax policies of Alabama and other states immoral earned a front page story in the Wall Street Journal feature stories in the New York Times and the London Times and extensive nationwide press coverage including interviews on ABC and NBC national news programs and National Public Radio She has done hundreds of speaking engagements in twenty eight states and in 2010 she was a candidate for the Alabama Legislature Professor Hamill was recently awarded a joint appointment in the University of Alabama s Honors College and in spring 2015 she will begin teaching a seminar exploring Alabama s public policy that perpetuates injustice In 2011 Professor Hamill s writings embarked in a new direction a joint disciplinary effort with the English department harnessing the power of literature to portray injustice embedded in the law Her debut literary piece a memoir about the campaign Pretty Hair From the Ivory Tower to Emancipation on the Campaign Trail is moving towards publication Professor Hamill served pro bono as an expert witness consultant and authored an amicus curiae brief for the plaintiffs in two federal lawsuits challenging Alabama s property tax structure on race based equal protection

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  • Anita Kay Head | The University of Alabama School of Law
    2006 she graduated magna cum laude from The University of Alabama where she received her J D During law school Ms Head was a lead editor for The Journal of the Legal Profession and represented the school on the National Moot Court Team She was selected for membership in the Order of the Coif After graduation Ms Head clerked for the Honorable Harold See on the Supreme Court of Alabama

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  • Julie A. Hill | The University of Alabama School of Law
    Law in 2013 She was previously a faculty member at the University of Houston Law Center Professor Hill teaches in the areas of banking and commercial law Her Offshore Financial Transactions class visits Grand Cayman each spring Professor Hill is a recognized expert on financial institution regulation Her scholarship has appeared in the Washington University Law Review Indiana Law Journal the Wisconsin Law Review and other respected publications In 2015 the University of Alabama awarded Professor Hill the President s Faculty Research Award Professor Hill practiced law in the Washington D C office of Skadden Arps Slate Meagher Flom LLP As part of the litigation group she represented large financial institutions under government investigation Professor Hill also has significant experience with small financial institutions Before practicing law she worked at Gunnison Valley Bank and Far West Bank Professor Hill received her undergraduate degree in economics summa cum laude from Southern Utah University There she was honored with the Trustee s Scholarship the University s highest award for academic achievement given to a single student per year Professor Hill earned her J D degree summa cum laude from the J Reuben Clark Law School at Brigham Young University She served as

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  • Steven Hobbs | The University of Alabama School of Law
    ua edu Areas of Expertise Entrepreneurship And Small Businesses Family Law Legal Ethics Professional Responsibility Steven Hobbs Professor Hobbs graduated magna cum laude from Harvard University in 1975 with a bachelor of arts degree and received the juris doctor from the University of Pennsylvania Law School in 1979 Professor Hobbs was a member of the Washington and Lee law faculty for 16 years before accepting the position of Tom Bevill Chairholder of Law at Alabama in 1997 He also has visited on the law faculties at Willamette University and Florida State University Upon graduation from law school Professor Hobbs practiced in the Department of the Public Advocate in Trenton New Jersey In 1981 he began his career in academics Both his professional and scholarly interests demonstrate his commitment to the fair distribution of social and legal benefits to individuals The classes he has taught the topics of scholarship on which he has written and the issues he has addressed at professional conferences deal with elder law family law fair housing law and social and economic justice He has written numerous law review articles on these subjects and was instrumental in drafting the Virginia Human Rights Act Professor Hobbs teaches Professional

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  • Anne Sikes Hornsby | The University of Alabama School of Law
    Legal Instruction 205 348 0262 ahornsby law ua edu Areas of Expertise Civil Procedure Clinical Legal Education Evidence Anne Sikes Hornsby B A The University of Alabama 1979 M B A The University of Alabama J D summa cum laude The University of Alabama 1996 Legal practice Lightfoot Franklin White Birmingham Alabama member 2004 06 associate 1997 2003 law clerk to the Honorables Myron H Thompson and Truman Hobbs 1996

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  • Paul Horwitz | The University of Alabama School of Law
    Signaling and Silence as Speech in Speech and Silence in American Law Austin Sarat ed Cambridge University Press 2010 Defending Religious Institutionalism 99 Virginia Law Review forthcoming 2013 Freedom of the Church Without Romance Journal of Contemporary Legal Issues forthcoming Rethinking the Law Not Abandoning it A Comment on Overlapping Jurisdictions Faulkner Law Review forthcoming Book Review of James R Hackney Legal Intellectuals in Conversation Reflections on the Construction of Contemporary American Legal Theory Journal of Legal Education forthcoming Book Review of Abner S Greene Against Obligation The Multiple Sources of Authority in a Liberal Democracy and Eric Beerbohm In Our Name The Ethics of Democracy Tulsa Law Review forthcoming Fisher Academic Freedom and Distrust Loyola Law Review forthcoming Book Review What Ails the Law Schools 111 Michigan Law Review 955 2013 Act III of the Ministerial Exception 106 Northwestern University Law Review 973 2012 First published online as 106 Northwestern University Law Review Colloquy 156 2011 and selected for publication in the print law review The First Amendment s Epistemological Problem 87 Washington Law Review 445 2012 Book Review Law s Allure How Law Shapes Constrains Saves and Kills Politics by Gordon Silverstein 59 Journal of Legal Education 467 2010 Our Boggling Constitution or Taking Text Really Really Seriously 26 Constitutional Commentary 651 2010 Selected by the Green Bag board of advisors as an exemplar of good writing in 2010 11 and reprinted in the Green Bag s 2012 Almanac Reader Judicial Character And Does it Matter 26 Constitutional Commentary 97 2009 Review essay Honor s Constitutional Moment The Oath and Presidential Transitions 103 Northwestern University Law Review 1067 2009 First published online as 103 Northwestern University Law Review Colloquy 259 2008 and selected for publication in the print law review Demographics and Distrust The Eleventh Circuit on School Prayer in Adler v Duval County 63 University of Miami Law Review 835 2009 Religion and American Politics Three Views of the Cathedral 39 University of Memphis Law Review 973 2009 Also published by the Law and Religion Program of Boston College Law School in a special edition for distribution to members of the AALS Law and Religion Section The Philosopher s Brief 25 Constitutional Commentary 285 2009 Book Review Law and Judicial Duty by Philip Hamburger 10 Engage 131 July 2009 Churches As First Amendment Institutions Of Spheres and Sovereignty 44 Harvard Civil Rights Civil Liberties Law Review 79 2009 Book Review The Invisible Constitution by Laurence H Tribe 10 Engage 150 February 2009 Three Faces of Deference 83 Notre Dame Law Review 1061 2008 Book Review How Judges Think by Richard A Posner and Constitutional Conscience by H Jefferson Powell 9 Engage 143 2008 Universities as First Amendment Institutions Some Easy Answers and Hard Questions 54 UCLA Law Review 1497 2007 Uncovering Identity 105 Michigan Law Review 1283 2007 review of Kenji Yoshino Covering The Hidden Assault on Our Civil Rights 2006 Evaluate Me Conflicted Thoughts on Gatekeeping in Legal Scholarship s New Age 39 Connecticut Law Review

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