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The following Visiting Professors of Law and Lecturers on Law will be offering courses at Harvard Law School during the 2017-2018 academic year.

Visiting Professors

Howard ABRAMS has been appointed Visiting Professor of Law for the 2017-2018 academic year. He will teach the course Partnership Tax in the Fall Term and the courses Corporate Tax A: Formations, Operations and Liquidations, and Taxation in the Spring Term.

Helena ALVIAR has been appointed Visiting Professor of Law for the 2017-2018 academic year. She will teach the reading group Arts and the Law: Exploring Connections in the Fall Term and the seminar Modernization, Development and Revolution in Latin America in the Spring term. She is Profesora Titular and former Dean at the Universidad de Los Andes in Bogotá, Colombia.

Robert T. ANDERSON has been appointed Visiting Professor of Law for the 2017-2018 academic year to teach the courses American Indian Law and Natural Resources Law in the Fall Term. Anderson is Professor of Law and the Director of the Native American Law Center at the University of Washington School of Law.

David J. BARRON has been appointed Visiting Professor of Law for the 2017-2018 academic year. He will teach the course Public Problems: Advice, Strategy and Analysis in the Fall Term. Barron is United States Circuit Judge for the United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit.

Yishai BLANK has been appointed Visiting Professor of Law for the Fall Term 2017 to teach the course Governing Cities in a (De)Globalizing World and Local Government Law. He is Professor of Law at Tel Aviv University.

Stuart N. BROTMAN has been appointed Visiting Professor of Law for the Winter Term 2018 to co-teach with Ken Basin the course Entertainment and Media Law. Brotman is the Howard Distinguished Endowed Professor of Media Management and Law and Beaman Professor of Communication and Information at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, College of Communication & Information in the School of Journalism & Electronic Media, and the Nonresident Senior Fellow at The Brookings Institution, Governance Studies Program in the Center for Technology Innovation.

Elizabeth Chamblee BURCH has been appointed Visiting Professor of Law for the Fall Term 2017 to teach the course Civil Procedure and the reading group Emerging Issues in Mass Torts. She is the Charles H. Kirbo Chair of Law at the University of Georgia School of Law.

Paul BUTLER has been appointed Visiting Professor of Law for the 2017-2018 academic year. He will teach the reading group Black Lives Matter and the Law the course and Criminal Procedure: Investigations in the Fall Term and seminar Race, Gender, and Criminal Law and the course Criminal Law in the Spring Term. He is The Albert Brick Professor of Law at the Georgetown University Law Center.

Guy-Uriel CHARLES has been appointed Visiting Professor of Law for the Winter Term 2018 to teach the course Election Law. He is The Charles S. Rhyne Professor of Law and Senior Associate Dean for Faculty and Research at the Duke University School of Law.

Pat CHEW has been appointed Visiting Professor of Law for the Spring Term 2018 to teach the course Torts. She is The Salmon Chaired Professor at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law.

Eric CLAEYS has been appointed Visiting Professor of Law for the Spring Term 2018 to teach the seminar Jurisprudence: Natural Law and Positivism, and a section of Torts. He is Professor of Law at the Antonin Scalia Law School at George Mason University.

Daniel R. COQUILLETTE has been appointed Visiting Professor of Law for the 2017-2018 academic year, and will teach the seminar American Legal Education in the Spring Term. Coquillette is the J. Donald Monan, S.J., University Professor at Boston College School of Law. He is also the Director of the Harvard Law School History Project and Reporter for the Committee on Rules of Practice and Procedure for the Judicial Conference of the United States.

Adam COX has been appointed Visiting Professor of Law for the Fall Term 2017 to teach the course The President and Immigration Law. He is The Robert A. Kindler Professor of Law at New York University School of Law.

Peggy Cooper DAVIS has been appointed Visiting Professor of Law for the Spring Term 2018 to teach the course Professional Responsibility in Family Practice. She is The John S.R. Shad Professor of Lawyering and Ethics at New York University School of Law.

Bala DHARAN has been appointed Visiting Professor of Law for the 2017-2018 academic year to teach the courses Introduction to Accounting in the Fall Term, Introduction to Finance Concepts in the Fall and Spring Terms, and the course Business Valuation and Analysis in the Spring Term. Dharan is the J. Howard Creekmore Professor of Management Emeritus at the Jones Graduate School of Management at Rice University and the Managing Director at the Berkeley Research Group, LLC.

Rosalind DIXON has been appointed Visiting Professor of Law for the Fall Term 2017 to teach the course Constitutions and Gender. She is Professor of Law at the University of New South Wales, Faculty of Law.

Michael FRAKES has been appointed Visiting Professor of Law for the Spring Term 2018 to teach the course Health Care Law and Policy and the seminar Medical Malpractice. He is Professor of Law at Duke Law School.

Robert P. GEORGE has been appointed Visiting Professor of Law for the Fall Term 2017 to co-teach, with Professor Adrian Vermeule, the course Law and Catholic Social Thought. George is the McCormick Professor of Jurisprudence & Director of the James Madison Program in American Ideals & Institutions at Princeton University.

Tara Leigh GROVE has been appointed Visiting Professor of Law for the Fall Term 2017 to teach the course Civil Procedure and the reading group Congress and the Courts. She is Professor of Law at William and Mary Law School.

Aya GRUBER has been appointed Visiting Professor of Law for the Fall Term 2017 to teach the course Criminal Law and the seminar Feminism and Crime Control. She is Professor of Law at the University of Colorado Law School.

Joichi Ito has been appointed Visiting Professor of Practice for the 2017-2018 academic year. He is Professor of Practice in Media Arts and Sciences at MIT and the Director of the MIT Media Lab.

Diane JULIAR has been appointed Visiting Clinical Professor of Law for the Winter Term 2018 to teach in the Trial Advocacy Workshop. Juliar is Clinical Professor of Law at Suffolk University School of Law.

Elena KAGAN has been appointed Visiting Professor of Law for the Fall Term 2017 to teach the reading group The Supreme Court’s 2016 Term. Kagan is Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States and was formerly Dean of Harvard Law School, 2003-2009.

Dan KAHAN has been appointed Visiting Professor of Law for the Fall Term 2017 to teach the course Criminal Law and the seminar Law and Cognition. He is The Elizabeth K. Dollard Professor of Law and Professor of Psychology at Yale Law School.

Joshua KLEINFELD has been appointed Visiting Associate Professor of Law for the Winter Term 2018 to teach the course Jurisprudence: Philosophy in the Practice of Law. He is Associate Professor of Law and Associate Professor of Philosophy by courtesy at Northwestern University.

James KRASKA has been appointed Visiting Professor of Law for the Fall Term 2017 to teach the course The International Law of the Sea. He is The Howard S. Levie Professor of International Law at the U.S. Naval War College.

Youngjoon KWON has been appointed Visiting Professor of Law for the Spring Term 2018 to teach the reading group Understanding Korean Law. He is Professor of Law at the Seoul National University of Law.

Sanford V. LEVINSON has been appointed Visiting Professor of Law for the Fall Term 2017 to teach the reading groups Reading the Federalist in the 21st Century and Aspects of ‘Sovereignty’. He is the W. St. John Garwood and W. St. John Garwood, Jr. Centennial Chair in Law at the University of Texas at Austin School of Law and a Professor of Government at the University of Texas at Austin.

James LIEBMAN has been appointed Visiting Professor of Law for the 2017-2018 academic year. He will teach in the Harvard Law School Public Education Policy and Consulting Clinic located at Columbia Law School. Liebman is The Simon H. Rifkind Professor of Law and Founding Director of the Center for Public Research and Leadership at Columbia Law School.

Goodwin LIU has been appointed Visiting Professor of Law for the Fall Term 2017 to teach the seminar Contemporary Issues in Constitutional Law. He is Associate Justice of the California Supreme Court.

Catharine A. MacKINNON has been appointed Visiting Professor of Law for the 2017-2018 academic year. MacKinnon is the Elizabeth A. Long Professor of Law at the University of Michigan and has been the James Barr Ames Visiting Professor of Law at Harvard Law School since 2009.

Gillian METZGER has been appointed Visiting Professor of Law for the Spring Term 2018 to teach the course Administrative Law and the seminar Perspectives on the U.S. Presidency. She is The Stanley H. Fuld Professor of Law at Columbia Law School.

Rachel MORAN has been appointed Visiting Professor of Law for the Fall Term 2017 to teach the course Education Law and the seminar The Future of Latinos in the United States: Law, Opportunity, and Mobility. She is The Michael J. Connell Distinguished Professor of Law and Dean Emerita at UCLA School of Law.

Peter L. MURRAY has been appointed Visiting Professor of Law for the Fall Term 2017 to teach the course Evidence. Murray is Of Counsel at Murray Plumb, and Murray in Portland, ME.

Sabeel RAHMAN has been appointed Visiting Professor of Law for the Fall Term 2017 to teach the course Constitutional Law: Separation of Powers, Federalism and the Fourteenth Amendment, and the seminar Law, Inequality, and Power: The Legal Construction of 21st Century Capitalism. He is Assistant Professor of Law at Brooklyn Law School.

Jonathan RAPPING has been appointed Visiting Professor of Law for the Winter Term 2018 to teach in the Trial Advocacy Workshop. Rapping is Professor of Law at John Marshall Law School and Founder and President of Gideon’s Promise in Atlanta, Georgia.

Jennifer REYNOLDS has been appointed Visiting Associate Professor of Law for the 2017-2018 academic year. She will teach the course Civil Procedure and the reading group The Cult of ADR and Other Critiques of Alternative Practice in the Fall Term and the course Advanced Negotiaton: Criminal Context and the seminar Narrative Mediation in the Spring Term. She is Associate Professor of Law and Faculty Director, ADR Center at the University of Oregon School of Law.

Mark RIENZI has been appointed Visiting Professor of Law for the Spring Term 2018 to co-teach, with Professor Mary Ann Glendon, the seminar Religious Freedom Research. He is Professor of Law at The Catholic University of America Columbus School of Law.

Alice RISTROPH has been appointed Visiting Professor of Law for the Fall Term 2017 to teach the course Criminal Law and the seminar Reinventing Criminal Law. She is Professor of Law at Brooklyn Law School.

Peter J. RUBIN has been appointed Visiting Professor of Law for the Spring Term 2018 to teach a section of Evidence. He is Associate Justice of the Massachusetts Appeals Court.

James E. SALZMAN has been appointed Visiting Professor of Law for the Winter Term 2018 to teach the course International Environmental Law. Salzman is the Donald Bren Distinguished Professor of Environmental Law at the University of California, Los Angeles School of Law and the University of California, Santa Barbara School of Environmental Science and Management.

Carol SANGER has been appointed Visiting Professor of Law for the Spring Term 2018 to teach the seminar Meanings of Motherhood: Legal and Historical Perspectives and the course Reproductive Rights and Practices. She is The Barbara Aronstein Black Professor of Law at Columbia Law School.

Ben SAUL has been appointed the Gough Whitlam and Malcolm Fraser Visiting Professor of Australian Studies for the Spring Term 2018. He will teach the courses International Counter-Terrorism Law and Public International Law. He is the Challis Chair of International Law at the University of Sydney.

Michael Ashley STEIN has been appointed Visiting Professor of Law for the 2017-2018 academic year, and will teach the course Disability Rights Law in the Spring term. Stein is Executive Director of the Harvard Law School Project on Disability, as well as Extraordinary Professor, University of Pretoria Faculty of Law.

Maya STEINITZ has been appointed Visiting Professor of Law for the Spring Term 2018. She will teach the seminar Litigation and Law Firm Finance and the Future of the Legal Profession, and the course Negotiating and Drafting International Business Transactions. She is Professor and Bouma Family Fellow in Law at the University of Iowa College of Law.

David STRAUSS has been appointed Visiting Professor of Law for the Fall Term 2017 to teach the course Constitutional Law: Separation of Powers, Federalism and The Fourteenth Amendment, and the reading group What’s Next for the Supreme Court: Cases on the Docket. He is the Gerald Ratner Distinguished Service Professor of Law at the University of Chicago Law School.

Alain Laurent VERBEKE has been appointed Visiting Professor of Law for the Winter Term 2018 to teach in the Negotiation Workshop. Verbeke is Full Professor of Private Law and ADR at University of Leuven, Leuven, Belgium, Professor of Law at the University of Tilburg, the Netherlands, Professor of Law at UCP Lisbon, Senior Partner GRENILLE by Laga MDP Deloitte, and Attorney at law, Bar of Brussels.

Tom WHEELER has been appointed Visiting Professor of Law from Practice for the Fall Term 2017 to teach the reading group Finding the “Public Interest” in Policy Decisions. He is the former Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission.

Brian WOLFMAN has been appointed Visiting Associate Professor of Law for the Winter Term 2018 to teach the Appellate Courts and Advocacy Workshop. He is Associate Professor of Law and the Director of the Appellate Courts Immersion Clinic at Georgetown University Law Center.

Lecturers on Law

Antonia M. APPS has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Spring Term 2018 to teach the course White Collar Criminal Law and Procedure. She is Partner in the Litigation & Arbitration Group at Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy.

James BAKER has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Fall Term 2017 to teach the reading group National Security Law. He is General Counsel at the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

Kenneth BASIN has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Winter Term 2018 to co-teach, with Stuart Brotman, the course Entertainment and Media Law. He is the Vice President of U.S. Business Affairs at Sony Pictures Television.

Mark BECKETT has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Winter Term 2018 to co-teach, with Daniel Tan, the course International Commercial Arbitration. He is a Partner at Cooley LLP.

Ellen Fels BERKMAN has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Winter Term 2018 to co-teach, with Ara Gershengorn, a section of the Problem Solving Workshop. She is a University Attorney at the Harvard University Office of the General Counsel.

Seth BERMAN has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Fall Term 2017 to teach the course Cyber Criminal Law and Procedure. He is Partner at Nutter McClennen & Fish LLP.

Roger BERTLING has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the 2017-2018 academic year. He will co-teach, with Toby Merrill and Eileen Connor, the clinical seminar Predatory Lending and Consumer Protection in both the Fall and Spring Terms. Bertling is a clinical instructor in the Predatory Lending/Consumer Protection Clinic at the WilmerHale Legal Services Center.

Ben BERWICK has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the 2017-2018 academic year. He will co-teach, with Justin Florence, the Democracy and the Rule of Law Clinic in both the Fall and Spring Terms, and the seminar Legal Tools for Protecting Democracy and the Rule of Law in America in both the Fall and Spring Terms. Berwick is Counsel for The Protect Democracy Project.

Martin BIENENSTOCK has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Spring Term 2018 to teach the course Corporate Reorganization. Bienenstock is Chair of Proskauer’s Business Solutions, Governance, Restructuring & Bankruptcy Department in New York.

Jay BLITZMAN has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Fall Term 2017 to teach in the Trial Advocacy Workshop. He is first justice for the Middlesex Juvenile Court in Middlesex County, Massachusetts.

Sharon BLOCK has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Spring Term 2018 to teach the seminar Organizing for Economic Justice in the New Economy. She is Executive Director for the Harvard Law School Labor and Worklife Program.

Marc BLOOSTEIN has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Spring Term 2018 to teach the course Estate Planning. Bloostein is Partner at Ropes & Gray in Boston.

Meredith BOAK has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Winter Term 2018 to co-teach, with Professor Scott Westfahl, in the Problem Solving Workshop. She is Senior Vice President for Development at Teach for America.

Mary BONAUTO has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Spring Term 2018 to teach the reading group LGBT Flashpoints – Litigation, Policy and Persuasion. Bonuato is Civil Rights Project Director at GLBTQ Legal Advocates & Defenders (GLAD) in Boston.

Charles BORDEN has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Winter Term 2018 to co-teach, with Robert Rizzi, the course Legal Profession: Government Ethics – Scandal and Reform. Borden is Partner in Allen & Overy’s Washington, D.C. office and a member of the U.S. Financial Services Regulatory Practice.

Vladimir BOSILJEVAC has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Spring Term 2018. Bosiljevac will teach the courses Valuing and Modeling M&A and LBOs and Introduction to Investments. He also founded a London-based investment management and advisory firm that works with family offices and private companies.

Peter BRANN has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Fall Term 2017 to co-teach, with James Tierney, the course The Role of the State Attorney General. Brann is Partner at Brann & Isaacson.

Philip BURLING has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the 2017-2018 academic year to teach the course Legal Writing: Advanced in both the Fall and Spring Terms. Burling is a retired partner in the firm of Foley Hoag LLP in Boston, where his practice focused on schools and colleges, property valuation disputes, medical groups, and administrative litigation.

Andrew A. CAFFREY III has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Winter Term 2018 to co-teach, with Stephen Shay, a first-year section of the Problem Solving Workshop. Caffrey is an AUSA at the New Jersey US Attorney’s Office.

Peter CARFAGNA has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the 2017-2018 academic year. He will teach the course Sports and the Law: Examining the Legal History and Evolution of America’s Three “Major League” Sports: MLB, NFL, and NBA, as well as the course Sports Law: Advanced Contract Drafting in the Fall Term. He will also teach the course Sports and the Law: Representing the Professional Athlete in the Winter Term and the Sports Law Clinic in the Winter and Spring Terms. Carfagna is Chairman and CEO of Magis LLC in Cleveland, Ohio.

Dale CENDALI has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Fall Term 2017 to teach the course Copyright and Trademark Litigation. Cendali is Partner in the New York office of Kirkland and Ellis LLP, where her practice focuses on intellectual property litigation.

Norman CHAMP has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Fall Term 2017 to teach the course Investment Management Law: Private Funds, Money Market Funds and Other Issues. He is Partner in the Investment Funds Group at Kirkland & Ellis in New York.

Jeanne CHARN has been appointed Senior Lecturer on Law for the 2017-2018 academic year. She will teach the Delivery of Legal Services clinic and the course Legal Profession – The New Market for Personal Legal Services: Ethical and Professional Challenges in the Fall and Spring Terms as well as the seminar Financial and Legal Needs of Low and Moderate Income Households in the Spring Term. Charn is Director of the Bellow-Sacks Access to Civil Legal Services Project.

Denny CHIN has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Spring Term 2018 to teach the course Asian Americans and the Law. He is a Judge for United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit.

Steve CHURCHILL has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the 2017-2018 academic year to teach the clinical seminar Employment Law Workshop: Advocacy Skills in the Fall Term, the Employment Law Clinic for the Fall and Spring Terms, and and the clinical seminar Employment Law Workshop: Strategies for Social Change in the Spring Term. Churchill is co-founder of Fair Work, P.C. in Boston.

Eric CITRON as been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Winter Term 2018 to co-teach, with Tom Goldstein, Tejinder Singh, and Jonathan Massey, the course Supreme Court Litigation. This course will be taught in Washington, D.C. Citron is Partner with the firm Goldstein & Russell in Washington, D.C.

Richard CLARY has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Fall Term 2017 to teach the courses Complex Litigation: Legal Doctrines, Real World Practice and Class Actions: Litigating Advanced Topics. Clary is a Litigation Partner with Cravath, Swaine & Moore LLP in New York City.

Rebecca Richman COHEN has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the 2017-2018 academic year. She will teach the reading group Bearing Witness: Documentary Film in the Struggle for Human Rights in the Fall Term, and the seminar Seeing Criminal Justice: Examining the Interplay of Visual Media and the Law in the Spring Term. Cohen is the founder of Racing Horse Productions, a documentary film production company dedicated to the craft of telling stories that illuminate vital social issues.

Susan COLE has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the 2017-2018 academic year to teach the seminar Education Advocacy and Systemic Change in the Fall Term. Cole is Director of the Education Law Clinic of the Trauma and Learning Policy Initiative.

Eileen CONNOR has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the 2017-2018 academic year. She will co-teach with Roger Bertling and Toby Merrill, the clinical seminar Predatory Lending and Consumer Protection in both the Fall and Spring Terms. Connor is Director of Litigation at the Harvard Law School WilmerHale Legal Services Center

David COPE has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the 2017-2018 academic year. He will teach the seminar Law and Psychology: The Emotions, and will co-teach, with Professor Howell Jackson, the seminar Cost-Benefit Analysis, both in the Fall Terms. He will also teach a section of Analytical Methods for Lawyers in the Spring Term. Cope is a consultant in the Boston area specializing in the application of qualitative methods to legal questions.

John CORRIGAN has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the 2017-2018 academic year. He will teach ITA: Prosecution Perspectives in the Fall and Winter Terms. Corrigan is an attorney in private practice in Boston specializing in criminal law and employment law, and a former Assistant District Attorney for Norfolk County, MA.

Kevin COSTELLO has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Fall Term 2017, to co-teach, with Carmel Shachar, the seminar Health Care Rights in the Twenty-First Century. Costello is Litigation Director at the Harvard Law School Center for Health Law and Policy Innovation.

John CRATSLEY has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the 2017-2018 academic year. He will teach the clinical seminar Judicial Process in the Community Courts in the Spring Term. Cratsley is Arbitrator and Mediator at JAMS.

Anna CROWE has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Spring Term 2018 to teach the seminar Human Rights Advocacy. Crowe is Clinical Instructor at the Harvard International Human Rights Clinic.

Jack CUSHMAN has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Spring Term 2018 to co-teach, with Jordi Weinstock, the course Programming for Lawyers. Cushman is a Fellow at the Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society at Harvard University.

Timothy DACEY has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Fall Term 2017 to teach a section of the course Legal Profession. Dacey is Senior Counsel at Goulston & Storrs in Boston.

Susan DAVIES has been appointed Senior Lecturer on Law for the Fall Term 2017. She will teach a first-year section of Legislation and Regulation. Davies is a Litigation Partner in the Washington D.C. office of Kirkland & Ellis, LLP, and recently served as Deputy Counsel to the President of the United States.

Sara del NIDO BUDISH has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Spring Term 2018 to teach in the Negotiation Program. She is Clinical Instructor in the Harvard Law School Negotiation & Mediation Clinical Program.

John DeLONG has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Fall Term 2017 to teach the seminar Compliance and Computation. He is a Fellow at the Harvard Law School Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society.

Bonnie DOCHERTY has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Fall Term 2017. She will teach the clinical seminar Armed Conflict and Humanitarian Protection. Docherty is Senior Clinical Instructor in the International Human Rights Clinic and Senior Researcher in the Arms Division of Human Rights Watch.

Ron DOLIN has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Spring Term 2018 to teach the seminar Law 2.0: Technology’s Impact on the Practice of Law. He is Senior Research Fellow at the Harvard Law School Center on the Legal Profession.

Alonzo EMERY has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Fall Term 2017 to teach the reading group Engaging China. Emery is Associate Director in the Harvard East Asian Legal Studies program.

Michael FERTIK has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Spring Term 2018, to teach the reading group Digital Privacy and the course Entrepreneurial Agreements and Startup Decisions. Fertik is Founder and Managing Partner of Heroic Ventures.

Lauren FLETCHER has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Winter Term 2018 to co-teach, with William Lee, a first-year section of the Problem Solving Workshop. Fletcher is a Partner at WilmerHale in Boston, MA.

Justin FLORENCE has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the 2017-2018 academic year to co-teach, with Ben Berwick, the Democracy and the Rule of Law Clinic in both the Fall and Spring Terms, and the seminar Legal Tools for Protecting Democracy and the Rule of Law in America in both the Fall and Spring Terms. Florence is Legal Director for The Protect Democracy Project.

Bryon FONG has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Spring Term 2018 to co-teach, with Professor David Wilkins, the Legal Profession Seminar. Fong is Assistant Research Director at the Center on the Legal Profession at Harvard Law School.

Richard D. FORREST has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Spring Term 2018, to co-teach, with Professor Allen Ferrell, the seminar Law and Finance of Start-Up Companies. He is Attorney at Forrest LLC.

David FRIEDMAN has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Spring Term 2018 to teach the reading group Management and Leadership Skills for Lawyers. Friedman is Senior Vice President/Special Counsel for the Red Sox and Senior Counsel for the club’s parent corporation, Fenway Sports Group.

Heidi GARDNER has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the 2017-2018 academic year to teach the reading group Working in the Law Firm of Today and Tomorrow: Shifts, Strategies and Success in the Fall Term and the course Understanding Law Firms as Businesses in the Spring Term.

Ara GERSHENGORN has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Winter Term 2018 to co-teach, with Ellen Fels Berkman, in the Problem Solving Workshop. She is University Attorney in the Harvard Office of the General Counsel.

Nancy GERTNER has been appointed Senior Lecturer on Law for the 2017-2018 academic year. She will teach the course Mass Incarceration and Sentencing Law and the seminar Law and Neuroscience, both in the Spring Term. Gertner is a retired United States federal judge for the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts.

Deborah GOLDSTEIN has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Spring Term 2018, to teach a section of the Negotiation Workshop. She is a Principal and the Managing Director at Triad Consulting in Somerville, MA.

Thomas C. GOLDSTEIN has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Winter Term 2018 to co-teach with Eric Citron, Jonathan Massey, and Tejinder Singh the seminar Supreme Court Litigation. This course will be taught in Washington, D.C. Goldstein is Partner at Goldstein & Russell.

Patrick GOOLD has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Fall Term 2017 to teach the reading group Intellectual Property Theory. He is Qualcomm Postdoctoral Fellow in Private Law and Intellectual Property at Harvard Law School.

Mark GORDON has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Winter Term 2018 to teach Mergers and Acquisitions Workshop: Boardroom Strategies and Deal Tactics. Gordon is a Partner in Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen, & Katz’s Corporate Department, where he focuses on domestic and cross-border mergers and acquisitions, takeover defense, private equity and leveraged buy-outs, securities law matters, and distressed/insolvent company acquisitions.

Eric D. GREEN has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Fall Term 2017 to teach a section of Evidence. Green is Founder and Principal at Resolutions, LLC.

Thomas GRIFFITH has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Winter Term 2018 to teach the course The Role of the Article III Judge. He is a Judge for the United States Court of Appeals, D.C. Circuit.

Peter GROSSI has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Fall Term 2017 to teach the course Drug Product Liability Litigation. Grossi is a Senior Counsel at Arnold & Porter LLP in McLean, Virginia.

Caitlin HALLIGAN has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Spring Term 2018 to teach the seminar Federalism and States as Public Law Actors. She is Litigation Partner at Gibson Dunn.

Crisanne HAZEN has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the 2017-2018 academic year to teach in the Child Advocacy Clinic in the Winter and Spring Terms and to co-teach, with Professor Elizabeth Bartholet, the course Art of Social Change in the Spring Term. Hazen is Assistant Director of the Harvard Law School Child Advocacy Program.

Sheila HEEN has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Winter and Spring Terms 2018 to teach in the Negotiation Workshop. She is Partner at the Triad Consulting Group in Somerville, MA.

Benjamin HEINEMAN has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Fall Term 2017 to co-teach, with Professor David Wilkins, the seminar Challenges of a General Counsel. He is Senior Fellow at the Harvard Law School Program on the Legal Profession and Senior Fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs

Albert HERRING has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Winter Term 2018 to teach a section of the Negotiation Workshop. Herring is Assistant Counsel in the Office of Professional Responsibility in the U.S. Department of Justice.

Scott HIRST has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Spring Term 2018. He will co-teach, with Professor Lucian Bebchuk, the course Corporate and Capital Markets Law and Policy. Hirst is Research Director for the Harvard Law School Program on Institutional Investors.

David HOFFMAN has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the 2017-2018 academic year to teach the course Mediation in the Fall Term, the course Diversity and Dispute Resolution in the Winter Term, and the course Legal Profession: Collaborative Law in the Spring Term. Hoffman is a mediator, arbitrator, and attorney with the Boston Law Collaborative, LLC.

Paul HOFFMAN has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Fall Term 2017, to teach the seminar Human Rights Advocacy. He is Partner at Schonbrun Seplow Harris and Hoffman, LLP.

Kathy HOLUB has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Winter and Spring Terms 2018 to teach the Negotiation Workshop. She is a consultant at Mobius Executive Leadership.

Peter Barton HUTT has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Winter Term 2018 to teach the course Food and Drug Law. Hutt is Partner at Covington & Burling, LLP in Washington, D.C.

Alan JENKINS has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Winter Term 2018 to teach the course Communications, Law, and Social Justice. Jenkins is Executive Director at The Opportunity Agenda.

Lewis KADEN has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Winter Term 2018 to teach the course Globalization: Business, Legal and Public Policy Issues. Kaden is Trustee at The Century Foundation.

Brett KAVANAUGH has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Spring Term 2018 to teach the course The Supreme Court Since 2005. He is Judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit.

Nancy KELLY has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Spring Term 2018, to co-teach with John Willshire-Carrera, the reading group Emerging Issues in Refugee Protection: The Representation of Child Asylum Seekers. Kelly is Co-Managing Director of the Harvard Immigration and Refugee Clinic at Greater Boston Legal Services Clinical Instructor at Harvard Law School.

Jocelyn KENNEDY has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Spring Term 2018 to teach the course Advanced Legal Research. She is Executive Director at the Harvard Law School Library.

Mary KENNEDY has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Winter 2018 term to teach in the Trial Advocacy Workshop. She is Counsel at Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer, LLP.

Suzanne KLAHR has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Winter and Spring Terms 2018 to co-teach, with Kyle Westaway, the course Introduction to Social Entrepreneurship. Klahr is CEO and Founder of BUILD, an entrepreneurship-focused college preparation program.

Kate KONSCHNIK has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the 2017-2018 academic year to teach the reading group Contemporary Issues in Oil and Gas Law: Fracking, Takings, Pipelines, and Regulation in the Fall Term, and to co-teach, with Ari Peskoe, the course State Energy Law in the Spring Term. Konschnik is the Policy Director at Harvard Law School’s Environmental Law Program.

Rachel KROL has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the 2017-2018 academic year to teach the Negotiation and Mediation Clinical Seminar. She is a Clinical Instructor in the Harvard Negotiation and Mediation Clinic.

Katrin KUHLMANN has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Fall Term 2017 to teach the reading group Trade, Development, and Entrepreneurship. She is President and Founder of the New Markets Lab.

Ming Wai LAU has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Fall Term 2017 to teach the reading group China and Hong Kong under the “One Country, Two Systems” Principle. Lau is Vice Chairman, Bauhinia Foundation Research Centre.

Eloise LAWRENCE has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the 2017-2018 academic year to co-teach, with Professor Esme Caramello, the course Introduction to Advocacy: Skills and Ethics in Clinical Practice in both the Fall and Spring Terms. Lawrence is Community Lawyering Clinical Instructor in the Harvard Legal Aid Bureau.

William LEE has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Winter Term 2018 to co-teach, with Lauren Fletcher, a first-year section of the Problem Solving Workshop. Lee is Partner at WilmerHale in Boston.

Nisa LEUNG has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Spring Term 2018 to co-teach, with James Lin, the reading group Entrepreneurship, Venture Capital and Law in China. Leung is Managing Partner at Qiming Venture Partners.

Jack LEVIN has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Winter Term 2018 to teach the course Structuring Venture Capital, Private Equity, and Entrepreneurial Transactions. He is Partner at Kirkland & Ellis LLP.

Ayelet LIBSON has been appointed Caroline Zelaznik Gruss and Joseph S. Gruss Lecturer on Law in Talmudic Civil Law for the 2017-2018 academic year. She will teach the course Law and Ancient Judaism in the Fall Term and the seminar Religion and Human Rights: Judaism as a Test Case in the Spring Term.

James C. LIN has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Spring Term 2018 to co-teach, with Nisa Leung, the reading group Entrepreneurship, Venture Capital and Law in China. Lin is Partner at Davis Polk.

P. David LOPEZ has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Spring Term 2018 to teach the seminar The Frontiers of Civil Rights Enforcement. He is Partner at Outten and Golden.

Jonathan LOVVORN has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Fall Term 2017 to teach the course Farmed Animal Law and Policy. He is Senior Vice President & Chief Counsel of Animal Protection Litigation at the Humane Society of the United States.

Mina MALIK has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Winter Term 2018 to teach in the Trial Advocacy Workshop. She is formerly the Executive Director of the New York City Civilian Complaint Review Board.

Andrew MAMO has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Spring Term 2018 to teach the Negotiation Workshop. He is a Clinical Instructor in the Harvard Law School Negotiation and Mediation Clinical Program.

Jonathan MASSEY has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Winter Term 2018 to co-teach with Eric Citron, Tom Goldstein, and Tejinder Singh, the seminar Supreme Court Litigation. This course will be taught in Washington, D.C. Massey is Partner at Massey & Gail, LLP, in Washington, D.C.

David McCRAW has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Spring Term 2018 to teach the course Mass Media Law. He is Vice President & Deputy General Counsel at The New York Times Company.

Maureen McDONAGH has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the 2017-2018 academic year. She will teach the Housing Law Clinical Workshop in both the Fall and Spring Terms. McDonagh is a Managing Attorney and Director of the Housing Law Clinic in the Harvard Law School WilmerHale Legal Services Center.

Neil McGARAGHAN has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Spring Term 2018 to teach the Negotiation Workshop. He is Clinical Instructor in the Harvard Law School Negotiation and Mediation Clinical Program.

Amy McMANUS has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the 2017-2018 academic year to teach the courses An Introduction to American Law and Legal Research, Writing and Analysis I in the Fall Term. She will also teach the course Legal Research, Writing and Analysis II in both the Fall and Spring Terms. She is a legal writing instructor at Harvard Law School.

Jonathan L. MECHANIC has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Spring Term 2018, to teach the course Real Estate Law. Mechanic is Chairman of the Real Estate Department at Fried Frank.

Andrew MERGEN has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Spring Term 2018 to teach the course Advanced Environmental Law. He is Deputy Chief of the Appellate Section of the Environment & Natural Resources Division of the U.S. Department of Justice.

Toby MERRILL has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the 2017-2018 academic year. She will co-teach, with Roger Bertling and Eileen Connor, the clinical seminar Predatory Lending and Consumer Protection in both the Fall and Spring Terms. Merrill is Director of the Harvard Law School Project on Predatory Student Lending and Clinical Instructor in the Predatory Lending Prevention/Consumer Protection Clinic at the WilmerHale Legal Services Center.

Scott MICHELMAN has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Spring Term 2018 to teach the course Civil Rights Litigation. Michelman is an Senior Staff Attorney at the American Civil Liberties Union of the District of Columbia

Manish MITAL has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Spring Term 2018 to co-teach, with Professor Holger Spamann, the course Hedge Fund Law and Policy. Mital is on the Core Management Team in the Office of the Chairman of Bridgewater Associates.

Linda NETSCH has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Winter 2018 Term to teach a section of the Negotiation Workshop. Netsch is a consultant with Common Outlook Consulting, Inc.

Nnena ODIM has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the 2017-2018 academic year. She will teach the clinical seminar Litigating in the Family Courts: Domestic Violence and Family Law in both the Fall and Spring Terms. Odim is a clinical instructor with the WilmerHale Legal Services Center.

Matthew OLSEN has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Spring Term 2018, to teach the seminar National Security Law and Practice. Olsen is a co-founder of IronNet Cybersecurity, Inc.

Troy PAREDES has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Fall Term 2017 to teach the reading group The Art and Science of Financial Regulation. He is the founder of Paredes Strategies LLC.

Ari PESKOE has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the 2017-2018 academic year to teach the reading group Powering the U.S. Electric Grid in the Fall Term and to co-teach, with Kate Konschnik, the course State Energy Law in the Spring Term. He is the Senior Fellow in Electricity Law at the Harvard Law School Environmental Law Program Policy Initiative.

Frank PORCELLI has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Spring Term 2018. He will teach the seminar Patent Litigation Workshop. Porcelli is Senior Principal at Fish & Richardson in Boston, where his practice focuses on patent and trade secret appellate work.

Mitchell PRESSER has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Spring Term 2018 to teach the course Cross Border M&A: Drafting, Negotiation & the Auction Process. He is Partner at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer.

Robert PROCTOR has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Fall Term 2017 to teach in the Trial Advocacy Workshop. He is Clinical Instructor in the Criminal Justice Institute at Harvard Law School.

Nancy RAMIREZ has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Fall Term 2017 to teach Latino Civil Rights Advocacy. She is Commissioner of the Los Angeles Superior Court.

Robert RIZZI has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Winter Term 2018 to co-teach, with Charles Borden, the course Legal Profession: Government Ethics – Scandal and Reform. Rizzi is a Partner at O’Melveny & Myers, LLP in Washington, DC.

Stephanie ROBINSON has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the 2017-2018 academic year. She will teach the seminar Race & Politics: Post Racial? A 21st Century Query in the Fall Term, and the seminar Democracy, The Incomplete Experiment and the reading group The Two Way Mirror: Media Imaging in the 21st Century in the Spring Term. Robinson is Founding President and CEO of the Jamestown Project.

Jennifer J. ROSENBAUM has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Fall Term 2017, to co-teach, with Professor Sabrineh Ardalan, the reading group International Labor Migration: Lawyering for Social Justice in Comparative Contexts.

Diane ROSENFELD has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the 2017-2018 academic year. She will teach the seminar Title IX: Sports, Sex and Equality on Campus in the Fall Term and the course Gender Violence, Law and Social Justice and the workshop Gender Violence Legal Policy in the Spring Term. Rosenfeld is Director of the Harvard Law School Gender Violence Program

Lesley ROSENTHAL has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Fall Term 2018 to teach the course Advocating for the Rule of Law: A Practical Approach. She is VP General Counsel and Secretary at Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts.

Nana SARIAN has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Winter Term 2018 to teach the Fashion Law Lab. She is General Counsel at Stella McCartney.

Emily SCHULMAN has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Fall Term 2017 to teach a section of Evidence. Schulman is a Partner at WilmerHale in Boston.

Carmel SHACHAR has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Fall Term 2017 to co-teach, with Kevin Costello, the seminar Health Care Rights in the Twenty-First Century. She is Executive Director of the Petrie-Flom Center for Health Law Policy, Biotechnology, and Bioethics at Harvard Law School.

Stephen SHAY has been appointed Senior Lecturer on Law for the 2017-2018 academic year. He will co-teach, with Andrew Caffrey, a first-year section of the Problem Solving Workshop in the Winter Term. He will also teach the course U.S. Aspects of International Income Taxation and the reading group The Architecture of International Income Taxation in the Spring Term.

Tejinder SINGH has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Winter Term 2018 to co-teach, with Eric Citron, Tom Goldstein, and Jonathan Massey, the course Supreme Court Litigation. This course will be taught in Washington, D.C. Singh is Partner with the firm Goldstein & Russell in Washington, D.C.

Marshall SONENSHINE has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Fall Term 2017, to teach the course Advanced Corporate Transactions. He is Chairman and Managing Partner at Sonenshine Partners.

Douglas STONE has been appointed has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Winter and Spring Terms 2018 to teach in the Negotiation Workshop. He is Managing Partner with the Triad Consulting Group in Somerville, MA.

Leo STRINE Jr. has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Fall Term 2017 to teach the course Mergers and Acquisitions. Strine is Chief Justice of the Delaware Supreme Court.

Jeffrey SUTTON has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Winter Term 2018 to teach the course State Constitutional Law. Sutton is a United States Circuit Judge on the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit.

Daniel TAN has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Winter Term 2018. He will co-teach, with Mark Beckett, the course International Commercial Arbitration. Tan is Principal of Dan Tan Law, a boutique international litigation and arbitration law firm based in New York.

James TIERNEY has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the 2017-2018 academic year. He will co-teach, with Peter Brann, the course The Role of the State Attorney General in the Fall Term. He will also teach the clinic Government Lawyer: Attorney General in the Fall, Winter, and Spring terms, and the reading group The Operations and Ethics of the State Attorney General in the SpringTerm. Tierney is Director of the National State Attorneys General Program at Columbia Law School.

Susannah Barton TOBIN has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the 2017-2018 academic year. She will teach the reading group Becoming a Law Professor in the Spring Term. Tobin is the Managing Director of the Climenko Program and Assistant Dean for Academic Career Advising at Harvard Law School.

Gillien TODD has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Spring Term 2018 to teach in the Negotiation Workshop. Todd is a Partner at Triad Consulting in Somerville, MA.

Louis TOMPROS has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Fall Term 2017 to teach the course Patent Trial Advocacy. He is Partner at WilmerHale.

Philip TORREY has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the 2017-2018 academic year. He will teach the seminar Crimmigration: The Intersection of Criminal Law and Immigration Law in the Fall Term and the Crimmigration Clinic in the Spring Term. He is a Managing Attorney in the Harvard Law School Immigration and Refugee Clinic.

Ko-Yung TUNG has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Spring Term 2018 to teach the reading group International Investment Arbitration: Policies, Issues and Challenges.

Rachel VISCOMI has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the 2017-2018 academic year. She will co-teach, with Professor Robert Bordone, the workshop Lawyer as Facilitator in the Fall Term, and the seminar Dispute Systems Design in the Spring Term. Viscomi is Acting Director at the Harvard Negotiation & Mediation Clinical Program.

Jamie WACKS has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Spring Term 2018 to teach the course Legal Profession.

Erin WALCZEWSKI has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Fall Term 2017 and Winter Term 2018. She will co-teach, with Professor Scott Westfahl, the course Innovation in Legal Education and Practice in the Fall Term, and will co-teach, with Professor David Wilkins, in the Problem Solving Workshop in the Winter Term. Walczewski is Manager of Professional Development at Cooley LLP.

Waide WARNER has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Fall Term 2017 to co-teach, with Professor Susan Crawford, the course Responsive Communities Lab. Warner is Senior Counsel at Davis Polk.

Jordi WEINSTOCK has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Spring Term 2018 to co-teach, with Jack Cushman, the course Computer Programming for Lawyers. Weinstock is a Fellow in Harvard’s Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society.

Kyle WESTAWAY has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Winter and Spring Terms 2018 to co-teach, with Suzanne Klahr, the course Introduction to Social Entrepreneurship. Westaway is Founding Partner of Westaway Law in New York City, where he counsels social entrepreneurs.

Patricia WHITING has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the 2017-2018 academic year, to co-teach, with Professor Esme Caramello, the course Advanced Clinical Practice. She is Senior Clinical Instructor in the Harvard Legal Aid Bureau.

John WILLSHIRE has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Fall Term 2017, to co-teach with Nancy Kelly, the reading group Emerging Issues in Refugee Protection: The Representation of Child Asylum Seekers. He is Co-Managing Director of the Harvard Immigration and Refugee Clinic at the Greater Boston Legal Services.

Damian WOETZEL has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Fall Term 2017, to co-teach, with Professor Jeannie Suk Gersen, the course Law and Performing Arts. He is Director of the Aspen Institute Arts Program.

Jonathan WROBLEWSKI has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the 2017-2018 academic year. He will teach the seminar Sentencing Law, Policy and Practice in the Fall Term and the clinical seminar Government Lawyer: Semester in Washington in the Winter and Spring Terms. Wroblewski is Director of the Office of Policy and Legislation, Criminal Division, at the U.S. Department of Justice.

Juan ZARATE has been appointed Lecturer on Law for the Spring Term 2018, to teach National Security Law: Legal Frameworks and National Security Decision-making. Zarate is a senior adviser to the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), the senior national security consultant and analyst for CBS News, a former deputy assistant to the President of the United States, and deputy national security adviser.