FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
October 13, 2011
CONTACT: ERIKA MARZORATI
MSU Law Junior Faculty Workshop Supports New Scholarship
East Lansing, MI — Michigan State University College of Law brought up-and-coming legal scholars from across the country to exchange ideas and receive feedback at its second annual Junior Faculty Workshop on Friday, October 7.
The event provided a platform for junior professors from nine different law schools to present their works-in-progress on a wide range of thought-provoking topics. Presenters included:
- Jessie Allen, University of Pittsburgh School of Law
- Wendy Bach, University of Tennessee College of Law
- Hannah Brenner, MSU College of Law
- Troy Brown, MSU College of Law
- Jennifer Carter-Johnson, MSU College of Law
- Emily Cauble, MSU College of Law
- Avidan Cover, Case Western Reserve University School of Law
- Tiffani Darden, MSU College of Law
- Virginia Harper Ho, University of Kansas School of Law
- Daniel Katz, MSU College of Law
- Lee Kovarsky, University of Maryland School of Law
- Tanya Marsh, Wake Forest University School of Law
- Michael Sant’Ambrogio, MSU College of Law
- Sandra Sperino, University of Cincinnati College of Law
- Ben Walther, MSU College of Law
- Noah Weisbord, Florida International University College of Law
The workshop was organized by Glen Staszewski, associate dean of research and the A.J. Thomas Faculty Scholar at the Law College. Staszewski, MSU College of Law Dean Joan Howarth, and 11 senior faculty members served as commentators at the event. Commentators offered feedback and insights on each presentation, after which the discussion was opened to encourage input from all participants.
For more information about the MSU Law faculty, visit www.law.msu.edu/faculty_staff.
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