Peter L. Murray

Visiting Professor of Law

617-384-0031

Assistant: Liz Meyer

Biography

Peter Murray taught his first course at HLS in 1978. In most years since then he has taught at least one course here. He was a full-time member of the HLS faculty from 1993 to 2008. For many years he combined part time teaching at HLS with practice as a trial lawyer in Maine. He served as the Director of the HLS Winter Trial Advocacy Workshop for more than 20 years.

In recent years, his courses here have been Evidence, Trial Advocacy Workshop and Oral Argument before International Tribunals Workshop.

Professor Murray’s academic interests include Evidence, Civil Procedure, Comparative Law, International Dispute Resolution, and the Legal Profession. He is available to supervise research projects and papers in these areas.

In 1998 he taught as a Fulbright Professor in Freiburg, Germany. His German Civil Justice (2004) is the standard English-language work on German civil procedure. He also has written on the role and function of Public Notaries in Germany and Europe. He has lectured and taught on comparative civil procedure, the American Legal System, and the role and function of public notaries in various settings around the world.

Areas of Interest

Eric D. Green, Charles R. Nesson & Peter L. Murray, Problems, Cases, and Materials on Evidence (4th ed. 2017).
Categories:
Civil Practice & Procedure
Sub-Categories:
Evidence
Type: Book
Eric D. Green, Charles R. Nesson & Peter L. Murray, Problems in Evidence (2014).
Categories:
Civil Practice & Procedure
Sub-Categories:
Evidence
Type: Book
Peter L. Murray, Eric Green & Charles R. Nesson, Problems, Cases and Materials on Evidence (Aspen Law & Bus. 3rd ed. 2001).
Categories:
Criminal Law & Procedure
,
Legal Profession
,
Civil Practice & Procedure
Sub-Categories:
Criminal Evidence
,
Evidence
,
Legal Education
Type: Book
Eric D. Green, Charles R. Nesson & Peter L. Murray, Problems, Cases, and Materials on Evidence (2000).
Categories:
Civil Practice & Procedure
Sub-Categories:
Evidence
Type: Book

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617-384-0031

Assistant: Liz Meyer