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Prof. Lynn Baker

Lynn A. Baker holds the Frederick M. Baron Chair in Law at the University of Texas Law School, where she is also Co-Director of the Center on Lawyers, Civil Justice, and the Media.  Her wide-ranging scholarly and teaching interests include Professional Responsibility , attorneys’ fees, mass tort litigation, “Mega-settlements,” federalism, and State and Local Government […]

Prof. Arthur Miller

Faculty Co-Director at New York University School of Law Arthur Miller CBE is this nation’s leading scholar in the field of civil procedure and is coauthor with the late Charles Wright of Federal Practice and Procedure, the legendary treatise in the field. Professors Miller and Wright are among the most-often cited and well regarded law treatise writers […]

Prof. Robert Klonoff

Jordan D. Schnitzer Professor of Law at Lewis & Clark Law School Professor Klonoff served as Dean of the Law School from 2007-2014. His areas of expertise include class action litigation, civil procedure, federal courts, appellate litigation, and criminal procedure. He serves as a co-author of the Wright & Miller treatise, Federal Practice and Procedure, and has […]

Prof. Theodore “Teddy” Rave

Teddy Rave writes and teaches in the areas of civil procedure, complex litigation, constitutional law, and election law. His recent scholarship focuses on class actions, multidistrict litigation, and public fiduciary law. Professor Rave’s articles have appeared in leading journals, including the Harvard Law Review, the California Law Review, the Duke Law Journal, the Georgetown Law […]