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  • Michael S. Pardo | The University of Alabama School of Law
    His scholarship explores philosophical issues in these areas with a specific focus on epistemic issues regarding evidence and legal proof His recent scholarship also examines philosophical and evidentiary issues pertaining to law and neuroscience Professor Pardo is the author of two books and several articles and book chapters His books include Minds Brains and Law The Conceptual Foundations of Law and Neuroscience Oxford University Press 2013 with Dennis Patterson and Evidence Text Problems and Cases Aspen 2011 with Allen Kuhns Swift and Schwartz His recent articles have appeared in the William Mary Vanderbilt Boston College Illinois Northwestern Texas and Iowa Law Reviews and in Legal Theory Law Philosophy Neuroethics and the Journal of Legal Studies among others His article The Field of Evidence and the Field of Knowledge was presented at the Stanford Yale Junior Faculty Forum in the jurisprudence and philosophy category A full list of his publications is available on his CV and many of these publications may be downloaded on his SSRN page Professor Pardo is a founder and co director of the law school s Program on Cross Disciplinary Legal Studies and he has served as Chair of the American Association of Law Schools Section on

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  • Pamela Bucy Pierson | The University of Alabama School of Law
    Division As an AUSA Professor Pierson specialized in prosecutions of white collar criminal fraud and established and served as coordinator of the Health Care Fraud Task Force for the Eastern District of Missouri While with the U S Department of Justice Professor Pierson also served as an instructor in the appellate advocacy course in the U S Department of Justice Attorney General s Advocacy Institute Professor Pierson has authored 30 law review articles 24 bar journal articles 1 psychology journal articles and 7 books including The Business of Being a Lawyer a casebook on white collar practice and a treatise on health care fraud She has testified before Congress 3 times served as a consultant or of counsel to 4 national law firms and throughout her academic career been active in the ABA and Alabama State Bar Professor Pierson has been recognized with outstanding alumnus awards from her college and law school and is a previous recipient of the University of Alabama s Burnum Award for research excellence and the University s Outstanding Commitment to Teaching Award Professor Pierson has been selected 7 times by UA law students as Outstanding Faculty Member She has been elected to Phi Beta Kappa Austin College Order of the Coif Washington University the Alabama Law Foundation top 1 of attorneys in Alabama the American Law Institute and the American Bar Foundation Recent Publications Pierson Bucy The Business of Being a Lawyer West Academic 2014 Bucy RICO Trends From Gangsters to Class Actions 65 S C L Rev 213 2013 Bucy RICO Corruption and White Collar Crime 85 Temple L Rev 523 2013 Bucy Civil RICO An Untapped Resource 9 ABA Business Torts and RICO News Spring 2013 Recent Presentations July 2015 Presentation on The Business of Being a Lawyer SEALS Boca Raton Florida June

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  • Dan Powell | The University of Alabama School of Law
    is also a graduate of the University of Virginia where he received an M A in ethics After college he taught in inner city schools in Los Angeles California and Houston Texas with the Teachers of America Program Mr Powell served as Associate Director for the Center for Communication and Educational Technology at the University of Alabama before attending the University of Alabama School of Law Since graduating from law school he has been in private practice with the law firm of Phelps Jenkins Gibson Fowler in Tuscaloosa Alabama focusing mainly on education law He came to The University of Alabama in 1998 as a practitioner in elder law with the Law School s Clinical Program and a research assistant and course associate at the Culverhouse College of Commerce and Business Administration Mr Powell began an appointment as Lecturer in the Legal Writing Program at the University of Alabama School of Law in 2000 Since 2003 Mr Powell has also been serving as Director of the LL M in Taxation Program Most recently he has been working to expand the program nationwide through the use of new technology allowing the program s nationally renown professors and practitioners to interact with

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  • Meredith Render | The University of Alabama School of Law
    edu Areas of Expertise Civil Rights Gender And The Legal System Property Meredith Render Meredith Render writes and teaches in the areas of Property Civil Rights and Gender and the Law Her scholarship explores a variety of issues related to the nature of property rights and the constitutive role of formal and informal rules Professor Render s article The Law of the Body is forthcoming in the Emory Law Journal and her article Gender Rules was selected for presentation at Yale Law School as part of the Yale Stanford Junior Faculty Forum Professor Render also has book chapters forthcoming in books published by the University of Alabama Press and Cambridge University Press A full list of her publications is available on her CV and many of these publications may be downloaded on her SSRN Page Professor Render joined the Law Faculty in 2007 Prior to joining the faculty she was a teaching fellow at Stanford Law School and a Visiting Assistant Professor at the University of Maryland Professor Render also clerked for the Honorable Fortunato Benavides of the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit and for the Honorable George W Lindberg of the United States District Court

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  • Kenneth Rosen | The University of Alabama School of Law
    the University of Alabama he served as the first Fellow for the Fordham University School of Law s Center for Corporate Securities and Financial Law in New York City He has spoken both in the United States and abroad at events sponsored by such organizations as the Association of American Law Schools the American Society of International Law the Law and Society Association the Southeastern Association of Law Schools Futures Industry Association the Small Business Committee of the American Bar Association s Section on Business Law the Washington Campus National Regulatory Services and the United Kingdom s City and Financial Conferences Professor Rosen has taught multiple courses at the law school including business organizations securities regulation international business transactions economy in crisis public policy making role playing simulation course integrated financial regulation banking commodities securities and insurance law and conflict of laws He also holds a courtesy appointment in the Department of Economics Finance and Legal Studies at The University of Alabama s Culverhouse College of Commerce and Business Administration and has been appointed to The University of Alabama Graduate School faculty in connection with his work on PhD dissertation committees His focus on inter disciplinary matters also has led to his membership in organizations such as the American Economic Association American Finance Association and American Law and Economics Association He has advised The Journal of the Legal Profession and was awarded the Edward M Friend Jr Award in the year he coached the law school s team to its first appearance in the national final rounds as a super regional champion in the American Bar Association s National Appellate Advocacy Competition He has served as Director of the law school s successful judicial clerkship program and the law school s students selected him for the 2007 2008 Outstanding Faculty Member Award Since joining the legal academy Professor Rosen continues his public policy work and has advised federal and state government officials His expertise is sought in various contexts For example he has testified before the Committee on Financial Services of the United States House of Representatives Professor Rosen also continues to be involved in legal matters around the globe He has advised on business law curricula in Ethiopia and has been selected to teach courses at Australia National University in Canberra Pusan National University in Korea and the University of Fribourg in Switzerland He has served as Director of the law school s exchange program with the University of Fribourg In addition he has served as a Corresponding Editor for the American Society of International Law s International Legal Materials His work for the American Bar Association has included service to the Section of International Law and Practice His interest in development issues also has led to his participation in the World Bank s Law Justice and Development Week program and the International Finance Corporation s Doing Business Project Moreover he has served as a member of the Board of Directors of the American Society of Comparative Law and

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  • Stephen Rushin | The University of Alabama School of Law
    Professor Webpage Stephen Rushin s CV Areas of Expertise Criminal Law Criminal Procedure Policing Privacy Law Stephen Rushin Professor Rushin specializes in police misconduct criminal law criminal procedure privacy law and professional responsibility He received a J D and Ph D in Jurisprudence and Social Policy from Berkeley While at Berkeley Professor Rushin was a member of the California Law Review and received multiple awards for academic performance He also holds a B A from the University of Texas where he graduated with high honors Professor Rushin has authored a number of law review articles that have appeared in the Minnesota Law Review Boston College Law Review Fordham Law Review and Brooklyn Law Review as well as several essays and book chapters He is currently writing a book in contract with the Cambridge University Press entitled The Answer to Police Misconduct in the United States that evaluates the use of structural reform litigation in American police departments Numerous media outlets have featured his research and expertise including the New York Times Washington Post NPR PBS Frontline Christian Science Monitor TIME BBC America Al Jazeera America and HBO Vice Before joining the faculty at Alabama Professor Rushin taught at the University

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  • Jean Stefancic | The University of Alabama School of Law
    focuses on law reform social change and legal scholarship includes over forty articles and seventeen books some co authored with Richard Delgado with whom she co teaches courses on race and the law Before coming to Alabama in 2013 from Seattle University law school Professor Stefancic taught at the University of Pittsburgh where she was Research Professor Derrick Bell Scholar During her ten years at the University of Colorado law school she was affiliated with the Latino a Research Policy Center and on the advisory committee of the Center of the American West Selected Publications How Lawyers Lose Their Way A Profession Fails Its Creative Minds Duke University Press 2005 No Mercy How Conservative Think Tanks and Foundations Changed America s Social Agenda Temple University Press 1996 Critical Race Theory An Introduction 2d ed New York University Press 2012 The Latino a Condition A Critical Reader 2d ed New York University Press 2011 Race and Races Cases and Materials for a Diverse America 3d ed West Academic forthcoming 2015 Terrace v Thompson and the Legacy of Manifest Destiny 12 Nev L J 532 2012 Good Friday poem 4 1 J Justice New Writing on Justice 21 Spring 2011 The Lawyer

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  • Adam Steinman | The University of Alabama School of Law
    including the Stanford Law Review Virginia Law Review Boston College Law Review Iowa Law Review Notre Dame Law Review Washington Law Review Washington Lee Law Review and Wisconsin Law Review Professor Steinman is also an elected member of the American Law Institute and an author on the Wright Miller Federal Practice Procedure treatise In addition he has written a number of amicus curiae briefs in cases before the U S Supreme Court including most recently Wal Mart Stores Inc v Dukes and J McIntyre Machinery Ltd v Nicastro Professor Steinman teaches Civil Procedure and Complex Litigation Professor Steinman earned his J D from Yale Law School and his B A from Yale University After law school he served as a law clerk to federal judges at both the trial and appellate levels Judge Emilio M Garza of the U S Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit and Chief Judge Jerry Buchmeyer of the U S District Court for the Northern District of Texas Following his clerkships Professor Steinman spent two years as a teaching fellow and supervising attorney in the Appellate Litigation Program at Georgetown University Law Center earning a Master of Laws degree LL M Professor Steinman then

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