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March 23, 2011

2011-12 Faculty Visitors Announced

The Honorable Aharon Barak – President Barak, the retired president of the Supreme Court of Israel, again will visit in Fall 2011 and will teach a short course on proportionality.

The Honorable Elika Barak – Judge Barak, retired as vice president from the National Labor Court in Israel, also again will visit in Fall 2011 and will teach a short comparative employment law class.

Vaughn Carter – Professor Carter, now with the Cayman Islands government, formerly taught at the Cayman Islands Law School. He will visit in Spring 2012 and teach a short international human rights course.

David Dana – Professor Dana teaches at Northwestern University Law School. He will visit in Spring 2012 and will teach a short course on climate change and the law.

Margaret Drew – Professor Drew, of The University of Cincinnati College of Law, will direct and teach in the Domestic Violence Clinic in 2011-12.

Bill Geimer – Professor Geimer, retired from Washington and Lee University, again will visit in Fall 2011 and will teach Poverty Law.

Mona Hymel – Professor Hymel, of the University of Arizona, will visit in Spring 2012 and will teach Decedents’ Estates and Legal Profession.

Susan Kuo – Professor Kuo, who teaches at The University of South Carolina School of Law, will visit in Fall 2011 and will teach in the criminal law area.

Paul Robinson – Professor Robinson, of The University of Pennsylvania Law School, will visit in Fall 2011 and teach a short criminal law theory class.

Austin Sarat – Professor Sarat again will visit and teach a short class on punishment in Spring 2012, in addition to organizing two symposia: Matters of Faith (October 14) and Knowing the Suffering of Others (March 30).