New and Lateral International Law Professor Hires

by Roger Alford

With the new academic year upon us, I thought it might be useful to update you on all new and lateral international law professor hires. If I have missed anyone, or made any errors in description, please email me or add a comment to the post. Special thanks to our Opinio Juris intern Louis Froelich for his assistance.

Lateral Hires:

Alabama: Daniel Joyner. From University of Warwick. J.D., Duke University School of Law. (international law, international trade, public international law in the security context, use of force law, international legal theory, treaty proliferation).

Boalt Hall (UC Berkeley): Oona Hathaway. From Yale. J.D., Yale, 1997. (international relations, international human rights law, international law and empiricism).

Boston University: Kevin Outterson. From West Virginia. J.D., Northwestern University, 1987. LL.M., University of Cambridge. (international business transactions, jurisprudence of human rights, international health law).

Columbia: Sarah Cleveland. From Texas. J.D., Yale, 1992. (comparative constitutionalism, international human rights and trade, international labor rights, foreign affairs and the Constitution).

Columbia: Philip Bobbitt. From Texas. J.D., Yale, 1975. (international security, laws of war, terrorism)

Duke: Ernest Young. From Texas. J.D. Harvard, 1993. (foreign relations, comparative constitutionalism) (starting in January 2008).

George Mason: Jeremy Rabkin, From Cornell. Ph.D. Harvard, 1983. (sovereignty, international relations, international law).

John Marshall: Sam Jones. From Thurgood Marshall. J.D., Texas Southern University, 1995. LL.M., Columbia, 2005. (international law, international human rights law).

Northwestern: Eugene Kontorovich. From George Mason. J.D. Chicago, 2001. (international criminal law, international legal theory, foreign relations).

Notre Dame: Bridgette Carr. From Ave Maria. J.D., University of Michigan Law School, 2002. (international human rights law clinical program).

Seattle: Tayyab Mahmud. From John Marshall (Chicago). J.D., University of California, Hastings College of Law. Ph.D., University of Hawaii. MSc, University of Islamabad. (international law, comparative law, legal history, philosophy of law).

Suffolk: Elizabeth Trujillo. From Detroit-Mercy. J.D., University of Houston Law Center, 1999. (NAFTA, international business transactions).

Temple: William M. Carter. From Case Western. J.D., Case Western Reserve University School of Law, 1998. (international human rights law).

University of Texas, Austin: Denise Gilman. From Georgetown. J.D., Columbia, 1994. LL.M., Georgetown, 2007. (immigration law, international human rights clinical program).

Vanderbilt: Ingrid Wuerth. From Cincinnati. J.D., University of Chicago, 1994.(comparative law, international law, conflicts of law).

Entry-Level Hires:

Boston College: Vlad Perju. J.D. equivalent, University of Bucharest, LL.M. Harvard. (comparative constitutionalism, EU law, jurisprudence).

Columbia: Matthew Waxman. J.D., Yale, 1999. (international terrorism, international relations, laws of war)

Fordham University: Andrew Kent. J.D., Yale, 1999. (national security law and constitutional law, public international law, including the laws of war, U.S. foreign relations law, and U.S. legal and diplomatic history).

Georgia: Harlan Cohen, JD, NYU, 2003. MA, History, Yale, 2000 (human rights, foreign relations law, international criminal law).

Georgia State: Jonathan Todres. J.D., Columbia Law School, 1999. (rights of the child, international and comparative health law).

Hofstra: Holning S. Lau. J.D., University of Chicago, 2005. (transnational law, criminal law).

Indiana University–Bloomington: Timothy Waters. J.D., Harvard Law School, 1998. M.I.A., Columbia, 1998. (public international law, transitional justice and international criminal law, ethnic conflict, human rights, comparative law, especially in European and Islamic contexts).

Maryland: Shruti Rana. J.D., Columbia Law School, 2000. MSc, London School of Economics, 1997. (comparative commercial law, international human rights).

Oregon: Michelle McKinley. J.D., Harvard Law School, 1995. M.Phil, Social Anthropology, Oxford University, 1988. (public international law, human rights law).

Pittsburgh: Haider Ala Hamoudi. J.D., Columbia, 1996. (commercial law, Islamic law, and the intersection of the two in the contemporary area).

Southern Methodist: Anthony Colangelo. J.D., Northwestern University School of Law, 2003. (international law, international criminal law, criminal law, criminal procedure, civil procedure, constitutional law).

Temple: Sophie Smyth. B.C.L. Oxford, 1982, LL.M. Georgetown, 1984. (international finance and development law).

UC Hastings: Chimène Keitner. J.D., Yale Law School, 2002. Ph.D., International Relations, Oxford, 2001 (international civil and criminal litigation; national self-determination).

University of the Pacific (McGeorge): Jarrod Wong. J.D., Boalt, 1999, B.A. (Law), Cambridge University, 1995. LL.M., Chicago, 1996. (international dispute resolution).

http://opiniojuris.org/2007/08/28/new-and-lateral-international-law-professor-hires/

4 Responses

  1. On the lateral front, Jeremy Rabkin (sovereignty, foreign relations) went to George Mason from Cornell’s government (or poli sci?) department, and Eugene Kontorovich (international criminal law, international legal theory, foreign relations) went from Mason to Northwestern (untenured).

  2. The original post incorrectly identified David Sloss as a lateral hire from St. Louis to Santa Clara. It has now been corrected. My bad.

  3. Eugene,

    Thanks. The list has been updated.

    Roger Alford

  4. Washington College of Law, American University lost Teemu Ruskola (comparative law) to Emory. WCL gained Steve Vladek in national security law – does that count? And Jamie Chuang in public international law, and other things international.

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