THOMAS JEFFERSON SCHOOL OF LAW

THOMAS JEFFERSON SCHOOL OF LAW

2121 SAN DIEGO AVE.

SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA 92110-2928

Telephone: (619) 297-9700

Email: info @ tjsl.edu

URL: http://www.tjsl.edu

 

ABA Approved Since 1996

 

Thomas Jefferson School of Law is a private, nonprofit law school located in San Diego, one of the country‚??s most desirable cities. The school is accredited by the American Bar Association and is a member of the Association of American Law Schools. Its mission is to provide an outstanding legal education for a nationally-based, diverse student body in a collegial and supportive environment with attention to emerging new areas of law, particularly those relating to technological development, globalization and the quest for social justice. A first-rate faculty, a curriculum that meets real-world demands, a diverse and talented student body, individualized attention, innovative support programs, and award-winning competition teams are some of the distinctive features that make Thomas Jefferson‚??s legal education program both high quality and cutting-edge.

 

The distinguished and dedicated members of the faculty have many years of experience as attorneys in the private and public sectors. They have participated in litigation at every level of the judicial system, from mediation sessions and local trial courts to the United States Supreme Court and the International Court of Justice. The faculty includes scholars of national and international reputation whose numerous books and articles are used in classrooms and law offices throughout the United States and abroad. Their scholarship consistently ranks among the most frequently downloaded from the Social Science Research Network (SSRN). Faculty members have testified before Congress and the California legislature, have appeared as experts on national and local television and radio news broadcasts, and have served as legal consultants to the United States government, the United Nations, and several foreign governments.

 

U.S. News & World Report has consistently ranked the Legal Writing Program at Thomas Jefferson among the top legal writing programs in the nation. In 2008, the annual ranking put Thomas Jefferson in 25th place, after being ranked 26th the year before.

 

The law school offers a balanced and comprehensive curriculum to prepare students to practice in any of the traditional areas of law, such as business law, family law, intellectual property, environmental law, civil rights law, civil litigation, criminal prosecution and criminal defense.

 

Three academic centers ensure that students are prepared to practice in cutting-edge fields and to address new trends that are transforming long established areas of law.

 

The Center for Global Legal Studies prepares students to address the increasingly international dimension of law practice, as well as to specialize in international law. Courses include a wide range of international courses, including international business transactions, World Trade Organization law, international environmental law, international criminal law, international taxation, international human rights law, European Union law, and international intellectual property law. In 2007, the Center inaugurated a summer study program at Zhejiang University College of Law in Hangzhou, China. Thomas Jefferson also offers a very popular four-credit summer study program on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea in beautiful Nice, France.

 

The Center for Law, Technology and Communications considers the legal implications of the revolutions in information, communications and biological technology. Courses include traditional intellectual property law, cyber law, biotechnology law, technology startups, telecommunications law, e-commerce, media law, film and motion picture production law, music licensing law, trademark and unfair competition law, sports law, entertainment law, celebrity advertising, celebrity representation, and entertainment law transactions.

 

The Center for Law and Social Justice addresses the continuing struggle to define and preserve the values of liberty and equality in a constantly changing world. Courses include traditional courses in civil rights, civil liberties, and international human rights, and courses that address the circumstances of those whom the law has sometimes treated differently, such as racial and ethnic minorities, and gays and lesbians.

 

The curriculum educates students in both the theory and practice of law. Each year the law school offers practical skills courses in trial practice, appellate advocacy, negotiation, mediation and client counseling. To supplement this classroom instruction, judicial externships and clinical field placement programs enable students to work for academic credit directly with federal and state judges and attorneys in public agencies and with selected private law firms and companies. These include agencies such as the California Attorney General, San Diego‚??s City Attorney and District Attorney, the Federal Defender, the Public Defender, and the United States Attorney. A public interest law program has been developed, as well as an Honors Pro Bono program, which rewards students with a special cord to wear at graduation upon completion of 50 or more pro bono hours.

 

The curriculum is enriched by programs such as the Jefferson Lecture, which has featured five visits by U.S. Supreme Court Justices in recent years. During their visits, the Justices also taught a constitutional law class and responded to questions from students.

 

Thomas Jefferson has three new LL.M. (Masters of Laws) programs, two of which will give students expertise in important areas of international law, and one of which will help foreign law graduates learn more about American law and obtain a U.S. law degree. These new programs in International Tax & Financial Services (on-line), International Trade & Investment and American Legal Studies for foreign lawyers reflect Thomas Jefferson‚??s focus on globalization and its effect on both traditional areas of international law practice and emerging fields.

 

The online program allows U.S. and foreign legal and business professionals to conveniently earn an LL.M. or a J.S.D. degree.

 

Thomas Jefferson and San Diego State University‚??s College of Business Administration have created a new joint Juris Doctor-Master of Business Administration (JD-MBA) program, which allows students to earn both a law degree and a master‚??s in business administration at the same time and in as few as eight semesters.

 

Thomas Jefferson‚??s collegial and supportive environment is one of its truly distinguishing features. A few years ago The Princeton Review of The Best Law Schools ranked Thomas Jefferson fifth in the nation two years in a row for the quality of life on campus, as measured by the degree of student-faculty interaction, the sense of community on campus and the lack of competitiveness among students.

 

Student accessibility to the faculty is a top priority. All faculty members are dedicated classroom teachers who pride themselves on being accessible outside the classroom. The Career Services Office provides career planning and assistance in locating professional law-related employment. An outreach team of top administrators is always available to assist students with concerns and problems.

 

Thomas Jefferson offers a program to help students succeed in law school and on the bar exam regardless of their backgrounds, learning styles, or LSAT scores. The program effectively integrates cognitive science, cognitive psychology, and learning theory into the law school curriculum through a series of weekly skills-development workshops. It helps first-year law students understand their own cognitive process and how to use their unique individual talents to get the most out of their legal education. An intensive bar preparation program also helps prepare graduating students for taking the bar exam.

 

A flexible curriculum helps students tailor their schedules to their particular needs. Students may begin classes in January or August, attend the three-year, full-time program or the four-year, part-time program, and accelerate graduation one semester by taking additional classes during the summer. Day and evening classes are offered.

 

Many students enhance their legal education by participating in extracurricular activities, such as the Thomas Jefferson Law Review and the Moot Court, Mock Trial and Alternative Dispute Resolution programs. Thomas Jefferson students hone their law practice skills on these three highly successful teams by competing against law students across the country. In recent years, students have competed from New York City to Honolulu, winning numerous individual and team honors. In 2008, a Thomas Jefferson student was recognized as an outstanding oralist at the ABA Regionals and, at the Duberstein Bankruptcy Moot Court Competition, Thomas Jefferson was recognized for an outstanding brief.

 

In 2007 the Thomas Jefferson Moot Court team won the prestigious Roger J. Traynor trophy as the top oral argument team during the annual competition. The Thomas Jefferson team bested teams from 12 other California law schools to take home the coveted trophy. A Thomas Jefferson team also won the trophy a decade earlier in 1997.

 

During the 2005-2006 school year, the Thomas Jefferson Mock Trial team won the ABA Employment Law Division Mock Trial Competition and placed second in both the National Criminal Justice Trial Advocacy Competition and the Texas Young Lawyers Association West Coast Region Trial Competition.

 

A Thomas Jefferson Moot Court team in 2006 once again won the prize for the Best Memorial (brief) in English at the Annual Inter-American Human Rights Moot Court Competition in Washington, D.C., marking the third time in four years that a Thomas Jefferson team has won in that category.

 

In 2008, a team from Thomas Jefferson reached the final four of the California State Bar Environmental Negotiation, marking the fifth time in seven years Thomas Jefferson teams have reached the final four, winning twice and placing second twice.

 

Three Alternative Dispute Resolution teams from Thomas Jefferson took first, second, and sixth place at the American Bar Association Western Regional Negotiation Competition in 2006. The top two Thomas Jefferson teams went on to the national competition in Chicago, capturing fourth and fifth place. A Thomas Jefferson student also was the highest-ranking woman in that competition.

 

The large number of student organizations on campus annually reflects a wide range of student interests and offers valuable networking opportunities with professional law organizations.  Each student organization has a faculty advisor.

 

A significant number of the nearly 800 students enrolled at Thomas Jefferson are second career students. These students have included physicians, nurses, law enforcement officers, real estate and stock brokers, engineers, accountants and administrators, among others, who bring a wealth of professional and personal experience to the classroom. Due to Thomas Jefferson‚??s growing national and international reputation, nearly half of the fall entering class typically comes from outside California, representing about 40 states and several foreign countries. The student body also is racially and ethnically diverse, with about 46 percent of the fall 2007 entering class representing members of racial or ethnic minority groups.

 

The law school is extremely proud of its more than 5,500 alumni, who include partners in major law firms, numerous judges, the District Attorney of San Diego, a member of the United States Congress, the former general manager of the Houston Astros, who is now the COO of Minor League Baseball, and a past president of the State Bar of California. The school‚??s Alumni Relations Office encourages networking between the students and the alumni through various activities, including an alumni association mentor program and continuing education programs.

 

The law school is mainly housed in two modern buildings in the historic Old Town section of San Diego. In addition to the Law Library Building and the Courtyard Building, there also is an adjacent administrative building. The campus is near the courthouses, law offices and corporate headquarters, which span the downtown San Diego skyline. A new, state-of-the-art campus in the East Village area of Downtown San Diego is scheduled to open in the 2010-2011 academic year. The eight-story campus, to be built to sustainable standards, will offer twice the space of the current campus and be within walking distance to the courthouses.

 

One of the benefits of attending Thomas Jefferson School of Law is the opportunity to study law in beautiful San Diego, America‚??s eighth largest city. Bordered on the west by 70 miles of glistening Pacific Ocean beaches, San Diego can boast of a near perfect climate and an array of spectacular scenery to be enjoyed year round. Fabulous white sand beaches and bays offering water sports, hiking trails, running and biking paths, and playgrounds are within minutes of campus. A short distance to the east are majestic mountains and deserts, admired by residents and visitors alike. Other popular attractions include the world-famous San Diego Zoo and Wild Animal Park, Sea World, Balboa Park with its acclaimed museums and landscaping, early Spanish settlements and missions, an active theater and nightclub scene and professional sporting events. The Student Services Office is available to assist students with housing options near campus and throughout the San Diego area.

 

In addition to its seemingly endless selection of physical, cultural, and recreational attractions, San Diego also provides an abundance of professional opportunities for Thomas Jefferson students and alumni. Legal services are one of San Diego‚??s most prosperous industries, particularly in the area of intellectual property.

 

Dean: Rudolph C. Hasl (619) 297-9700(1404)

Academics: Eric Mitnick (619) 297-9700(6909)

Admissions and Financial Aid: Beth Kransberger (619) 297-9700(1616)

Library: Karla Castetter (619) 297-9700(1110)

Placement: Beverly Bracker (619) 297-9700(1496)

Development and Alumni Relations: Karen Goyette (619) 297-9700(1491)

Student Services: Lisa Ferreira (619) 297-9700(1481)

Communications: Lori Wulfemeyer (619) 297-9700(1840)

 

FULL TIME FACULTY

 

RUDOLPH C. HASL, (Law Professor), born Cincinnati, Ohio, August 30, 1942; admitted to bar, 1967, Illinois; 1981, Missouri. Education: Xavier University (A.B., 1964); Saint Louis University School of Law (J.D., 1967); New York University School of Law (LL.M., 1974); Far Eastern National University (Honorary, 2003). Email:hasl @ tjsl.edu

 

ENIOLA AKINDEMOWO, (Law Professor), born Sydney, Australia; admitted to bar, 1985, Nigeria. Education: Nigerian Law School (B.L., 1985); University of London University College (LL.M., 1988); Queen Mary College University of London (Ph.D., 1992); Monash University Australia (Cert. in Higher Education, 2004). COURSES: Contracts, E-Commerce Law. Email:eakindemowo @ tjsl.edu

 

STEVEN KEITH BERENSON, (Law Professor), born 1963; admitted to bar, 1989, Massachusetts; 1999, Florida; 2001, California. Education: Franklin and Marshall (B.A., 1985); Harvard Law School (J.D., 1989; LL.M., 1998). COURSES:Elder Law, Family Law, Legal Writing, Professional Responsibility, Remedies, Veterans Legal Assistance Clinic. Email:sberenson @ tjsl.edu

 

 LAURA M. BERG, (Law Professor), born Baltimore, Maryland, August 27, 1972; admitted to bar, 1998, Georgia. Education: University of Pennsylvania (B.A., 1993); Yale Law School (J.D., 1997). COURSES: Legal Writing I, Legal Writing II. Email: lberg @ tjsl.edu

 

SUSAN BISOM-RAPP, (Law Professor), born Plainview, New York, October 29, 1961; admitted to bar, 1987, New York. Education: Cornell University (B.S., 1983); University of California, Berkeley (Boalt Hall) (J.D., 1987); Columbia University School of Law (LL.M., 1994; J.S.D., 1997).. COURSES:Employment Discrimination Law, Employment Law, Globalization and the Workplace, International Labor and Em- ployment Law, Labor Law, Torts. Email:susanb @ tjsl.edu

 

KARLA MARLENE CASTETTER, (Law Professor), born Kingsport, Tennessee, February 7, 1950; Education: University of Cincinnati (B.A., 1972); Kent State University (M.L.S., 1973); California Western School of Law (J.D., 1980). COURSES:Advanced Legal Research. Email:karlac @ tjsl.edu

 

LEAH CHRISTENSEN, (Law Professor), born Madison, Wisconsin, May 31, 1970; admitted to bar, 1995, Iowa and Wisconsin. Education: University of Chicago (B.A., 1992); University of Iowa (J.D., 1995). COURSES:Education Law, Evidence, Lawyering Skills, Mediation, Negotiations. Email:lchristensen @ tjsl.edu

 

MARJORIE COHN, (Law Professor), born Pomona, California, November 1, 1948; admitted to bar, 1975, California. Education: Stanford University (B.A., 1970); Santa Clara University School of Law (J.D., 1975). COURSES:Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure, Evidence, International Human Rights Law. Email:marjorie @ tjsl.edu

 

JULIE D. CROMER, (Law Professor), born Cleveland, Ohio, February 4, 1971; admitted to bar, 1996, Illinois. Education: University of Alabama (B.A., 1993); Harvard Law School (J.D., 1996). COURSES:Civil Procedure, Copyright Law, Food and Drug Law, Intellectual Property, Lawyers in American Film. Email:jcromer @ tjsl.edu

 

JOY L. DELMAN, (Law Professor), born Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, February 5, 1954; admitted to bar, 1979, Pennsylvania; 1982, California. Education: University of Pennsylvania (B.A., 1974); Georgetown University Law Center (J.D., 1979). COURSES:Health Care Liability, Law and Medicine, Torts, Wills.

 

DEVEN R. DESAI, (Law Professor), born Baroda, India, February 28, 1971; admitted to bar, 1998, California. Education: Yale Law School (J.D., 1997); University of California, Berkeley (B.A., 1993). COURSES:Business Associations, Information Privacy Law, International Business Transactions, Trademark and Unfair Competition Law. Email:ddesai @ tjsl.edu

 

ILENE BETH DURST, (Law Professor), born New York, NY, March 9, 1956; admitted to bar, 1984, New York. Education: S.U.N.Y. at Albany (B.A., 1977); University of California, Irvine (M.F.A., 1994); New York Law School (J.D., 1983). COURSES:Evidence, Legal Writing, Law and Literature, Immigration Law, Refugee and Asylum Law. Email:ilened @ tjsl.edu

 

MAURICE R. DYSON, (Law Professor), born New York, New York, November 19, 1972; admitted to bar, 1999, New York. Education: Columbia College, Columbia University (A.B., 1995); Columbia University School of Law (J.D., 1999); Keele University (Ph.D., 2007). COURSES:Law, Equality and Educational Institutions Seminar, Torts. Email:mdyson @ tjsl.edu

 

A. THOMAS GOLDEN, (Law Professor), born East Liverpool, Ohio, February 20, 1950; admitted to bar, 1975, California. Education: Kent State University (B.A., 1972); UCLA (J.D., 1975). COURSES:Antitrust Law, Contracts, Law of Democracy, Remedies. Email:thomasg @ tjsl.edu

 

JULIE A. GREENBERG, (Law Professor), born Detroit, Michigan, December 14, 1951; admitted to bar, 1980, California. Education: University of Michigan (B.A., 1972; J.D., 1979). COURSES:Business Associations, Corporate Finance, Sexuality, Gender and the Law, Women and the Law. Email:julieg @ tjsl.edu

 

KEVIN JEROME GREENE, (Law Professor), born New York, NY; admitted to bar, 1991, New York. Education: S.U.N.Y., Old Westbury (B.A., 1986); Yale Law School (J.D., 1989). COURSES: Contracts, Intellectual Property, Entertainment Law, Music Law. Email:keving @ tjsl.edu

 

MARYBETH HERALD, (Law Professor), born Buffalo, New York, March 16, 1956; admitted to bar, 1982, California. Education: Michigan State University (B.A., 1977); Harvard Law School (J.D., 1980). COURSES: Advanced Constitutional Law, Contracts, Constitutional Law, Evidence, Law and Psychology. Email: marybeth @ tjsl.edu

 

LUZ E. HERRERA, (Law Professor), born Tijuana, Mexico, January 20, 1973; admitted to bar, 2000, California. Education: Stanford University (B.A. and M.A., 1995); Harvard Law School (J.D., 1999). COURSES:Access to Justice Seminar, Professional Responsibility, Wills and Trusts. Email:lherrera @ tjsl.edu

 

MADELINE JUNE KASS, (Law Professor), born New York, New York, June 22, 1962; admitted to bar, 1989, Washington; 1990, Massachusetts. Education: Tufts University (B.S., 1984); Yale University (MES, 1997); University of California, Berkeley (J.D., 1989). COURSES:Environmental Law, Torts, Natural Resources Law, Wildlife Law. Email:mkass @ tjsl.edu

 

ANDERS JACOB KAYE, (Law Professor), born Cambridge, Massachusetts, November 10, 1967; admitted to bar, 1998, New York; 2001, Alabama. Education: Harvard University (A.B., 1991); University of Chicago (J.D., 1996). COURSES: Criminal Law, Evidence, Criminal Procedure, Capital Punishment, Death Penalty Seminar, Federal Criminal Law. Email:anderskaye @ tjsl.edu

 

LINDA MARIE KELLER, (Law Professor), born Elk Grove, Illinois, May 10, 1971; admitted to bar, 1997, New York; 1998, Connecticut. Education: University of Richmond (B.A., 1993); Yale Law School (J.D., 1996). COURSES:Criminal Law, International Criminal Law, Legal Writing, International Issues in U.S. Capital Punishment Law. Email:lkeller @ tjsl.edu

 

ALEX KREIT, (Law Professor), born San Francisco, California, November 16, 1978; admitted to bar, 2006, California. Education: Hampshire College (B.A., 2001); University of Pennsylvania Law School (J.D., 2004). COURSES:Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure, Property. Email:akreit @ tjsl.edu

 

REBECCA K. LEE, (Law Professor), admitted to bar, 2005, New York and District of Columbia. Education: University of Chicago (B.A., 1997); Harvard University, John F. Kennedy School of Government (M.P.P., 2001); Georgetown University Law Center (J.D., 2004). COURSES: Contracts, Employment Discrimination, Employment Law, Labor Law. Email:rlee @ tjsl.edu

 

MAUREEN E. MARKEY, (Law Professor), born Glendale, West Virginia, November 25, 1947; admitted to bar, 1981, California. Education: Bowling Green State University (B.A., 1970); University of San Diego (J.D., 1981). COURSES: Jurisprudence, Advanced Property Seminar, Law and Literature, Property, Wills and Trusts. Email: maureenm @ tjsl.edu

 

ERIC J. MITNICK, (Law Professor), born New Jersey, 1966; admitted to bar, 1991, New Jersey; 1992, New York. Education: Cornell University (A.B., 1988); Princeton University (M.A., 1998); University of Michigan Law School (J.D., 1991). COURSES: Administrative Law, Torts, Professional Responsibility. Email:emitnick @ tjsl.edu

 

SANDRA LYNN RIERSON, (Law Professor), born Greensboro, North Carolina, August 16, 1967; admitted to bar, 1994, California. Education: University of North Carolina (B.A., 1989); Yale Law School (J.D., 1992). COURSES:Advanced Trademark Seminar, Trademark & Unfair Competition Law, Legal Writing, Contracts, Civil Procedure, Intellectual Property, Writing. Email:srierson @ tjsl.edu

 

ARNOLD S. ROSENBERG, (Law Professor), born Rochester, New York, June 22, 1951; admitted to bar, 1976, Illinois; 1979, California; 1982, New York. Education: Cornell University (B.A., 1972); Harvard Law School (J.D., 1976). COURSES: Bankruptcy, Civil Procedure, Commercial Transactions & eCommerce, Consumer Law, Law of Banking and Financial Institutions, Payment Systems, Secured Transactions. Email:arosenberg @ tjsl.edu

 

AARON SCHWABACH, (Law Professor), born Chicago, Illinois, March 3, 1963; admitted to bar, 1989, California; 1993, Florida. Education: Antioch College (B.A., 1985); University of California, Berkeley (Boalt Hall) (J.D., 1989). COURSES: Conflicts of Law, Computer and Internet Law, International Environmental Law, Property. Email: aarons @ tjsl.edu

 

RICHARD F. SCOTT, (Law Professor), born Altadena, California, February 28, 1928; admitted to bar, 1954, California. Education: University of Chicago Law School (J.D., 1952); University of Paris (Docteur en Droit de l‚?? Universit√© in International Law, 1964). COURSES: International Economic Law, International Law, European Union Law, World Trade Organization Law. Email:rscott @ tjsl.edu

 

STEVEN SEMERARO, (Law Professor), born New Jersey, April 5, 1962; admitted to bar, 1989, New York and District of Columbia; 1990, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit; 1991, U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia. Education: Rutgers College (B.A., 1984); Stanford University Law School (J.D., 1987). COURSES:Antitrust Law, Criminal Law, Death Penalty Seminar, Health Care & Competition Law, Intellectual Property, Telecommunications Law. Email:ssemeraro @ tjsl.edu

 

WILLIAM REED SLOMANSON, (Law Professor), born Johnstown, Pennsylvania, May 1, 1945; admitted to bar, 1975, California. Education: University of Pittsburgh (B.A., 1967); California Western School of Law (J.D., 1974); Columbia University School of Law (LL.M., 1975). COURSES: Federal Civil Procedure, California Civil Practice, International Law. Email:bills @ tjsl.edu

 

DAVID E. STEINBERG, (Law Professor), born San Francisco, California, September 24, 1960; admitted to bar, 1988, Illinois; 1996, Pennsylvania. Education: Northwestern University (B.A., 1982); Stanford University Law School (J.D., 1986). COURSES: Civil Rights Law, Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure, Law and Religion Seminar. Email:davids @ tjsl.edu

 

BENJAMIN A. TEMPLIN, (Law Professor), born 1958; admitted to bar, 1998, California. Education: Grinnell College (B.A., 1981); Boalt Hall School of Law (J.D., 1998). COURSES: Business Associations, Contracts, Legal Writing, Remedies. Email: btemplin @ tjsl.edu

 

SUSAN W. TIEFENBRUN, (Law Professor), born New York, 1943; admitted to bar, 1987, New York; 1987, Connecticut. Education: University of Wisconsin (B.S., 1965; M.S., 1966); Columbia University (Ph.D., 1971); New York University School of Law (J.D., 1986). COURSES:Business Planning, Business Associations, European Union Law, Women and International Human Rights Law, International Business Transactions, International Intellectual Property, Securities Regulation. Email:susant @ tjsl.edu

 

KENNETH J. VANDEVELDE, (Law Professor), born Louisville, Kentucky, August 19, 1953; admitted to bar, 1979, District of Columbia; 1988, California. Education: University of Louisville (B.A., 1975); Harvard Law School (J.D., 1979). COURSES:International Investment and Arbitration Law, International Law, Constitutional Law, American Legal History. Email:kennethv @ tjsl.edu

 

PRISCILLA VARGAS, (Law Professor), admitted to bar, 2007, California. Education: Vassar College (B.S., 1996); St. John‚??s University School of Law (J.D., 2001). COURSES:Legal Writing I, Legal Writing II. Email:pvargas @ tjsl.edu

 

ELLEN WALDMAN, (Law Professor), born New York, December 20, 1961; admitted to bar, 1988, Maryland; 1990, Washington D.C.. Education: Brown University (B.A., 1983); New York University School of Law (J.D., 1987); University of Virginia (LL.M., 1991). COURSES: Bioethics, Mediation Theory and Skills. Email: ellenw @ tjsl.edu

 

KAIMIPONO D. WENGER, (Law Professor), born Fitchburg, Massachusetts, July 21, 1974; admitted to bar, 2003, New York. Education: Arizona State University (B.A., 1998); Columbia University School of Law (J.D., 2001). COURSES:Business Associations Law, Securities Regulation, Trusts, Wills. Email:kwenger @ tjsl.edu

 

BRYAN H. WILDENTHAL, (Law Professor), born Houston, Texas, 1964; admitted to bar, 1990, Michigan; 1993, Washington D.C.. Education: Stanford University (A.B., 1986); Stanford University Law School (J.D., 1989). COURSES:Civil Procedure, Constitutional Law, American Indian Law, Federal Courts and Jurisdiction, Sexual Orientation and the Law. Email:bryanw @ tjsl.edu

 

L. RICHARD WINCHESTER, (Law Professor), born New Orleans, Louisiana, September 28, 1962; admitted to bar, 1993, Pennsylvania; 1999, District of Columbia. Education: Princeton University (A.B, 1984); Yale Law School (J.D., 1992). COURSES: Federal Income Tax, International Taxation, Taxation of Business Organizations. Email: rwinchester @ tjsl.edu

 

CLAIRE WRIGHT, (Law Professor), born St. Petersburg, Florida, March 4, 1956; admitted to bar, 1985, California. Education: Smith College (B.A., 1978); London School of Economics (General Course, 1977); Harvard Law School (J.D., 1983). COURSES: World Trade Organization Law, Property, Legal Writing, World Trade Organization Law and China, International Trade and Developing Countries. Email:cwright @ tjsl.edu