Office of the Law School Registrar

New & Visiting Faculty 
for the 2002-2003 Academic Year

[Last update:  11/25/02]

NEW SCHOOL OF LAW FACULTY

LAURA ROSENBURY [Fall 2002: Trust & Estates; Spring 2003: Children & the Law and Feminist Legal Theory Seminar]

Laura Rosenbury was an associate in the Litigation Department at Davis, Polk & Wardwell in New York and was also an adjunct professor at Fordham University School of Law. She joined the Washington University School of Law faculty effective Fall 2002. Rosenbury received her J.D. degree cum laude in 1997, from Harvard Law School, where she was primary editor of the law review. She received her B.A., from Harvard’s Radcliffe College in 1992 where she graduated cum laude and Phi Betta Kappa. Rosenbury clerked for the Hon. Carol Bagley Amon of the U.S. District Court, Eastern District of New York from 1997-1998, and for the Hon. Dennis Jacobs, U.S. Court of Appeals, Second Circuit, from 1999-2000. In addition to her research and teaching interests in family law and anti-discrimination law, Rosenbury has practiced in the areas of criminal, antitrust, securities and consumer law.

VISITING FACULTY

PATRICIA CAIN  [Spring 2003:  Sexuality & the Law]

Patricia Cain holds the Aliber Family Chair at the University of Iowa College of Law. She received her A.B. from Vassar College and her J.D. from the University of Georgia. After graduating from law school, Professor Cain practiced law in Montgomery, Alabama, specializing in tax law. In 1974, she joined the faculty of the University of Texas School of Law, where she taught for seventeen years. During this period of time she taught as a visiting professor at a number of different law schools, including Wisconsin, Tulane, and the University of Southern California. In 1991, she joined the law faculty at the University of Iowa, and served as Associate Dean for Academic Affairs from 1996 to 1999.  Professor Cain's teaching and scholarly interests include federal taxation, wills and estates, property, feminist legal theory, and lesbian and gay legal issues. She served on the board of directors of Lambda Legal Defense and Education Fund for seven years and is a Past President of the Society of American Law Teachers. She is also a member of the American Law Institute. Recent publications include Rainbow Rights: The role of lawyers and courts in the lesbian and gay civil rights movement (Westview Press 2000).  Prof. Cain will be the Washington University School of Law John S. Lehmann Distinguished Visiting Scholar while visiting here during the Spring 2003 semester.

Henry L. Chambers [teaching Fall 2002: Employment Discrimination]  

is Associate Professor of Law at the University of Missouri-School of Law, having taught there since 1994. Professor Chambers has wide research interests, including employment discrimination, voting rights, criminal law and burdens of proof. Similarly, ha has taught a wide range of classes, including employment discrimination, criminal law, white collar crime, conflict of laws, securities regulation and law and economics. Prior to becoming a law professor, Professor Chambers practiced in Washington, D.C., with Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson, where he litigated in various sustantive legal areas, after graduating from the University of Virginia School of Law.

DARRELL W. DUNHAM [teaching Spring 2003: Commercial Law]  

Professor Dunham received his B.A. degree from Willamette University, Salem, Oregon in 1968, and graduated with his J.D. from Willamette in 1971 magna cum laude.  In 1972 he graduated from Harvard University Law School with an LL.M. degree.  He retired recently from Southern Illinois University School of Law, having taught the commercial law courses there for over twenty-five years.  He is now actively engaged in the practice of law in the southern Illinois area, specializing in commercial law and commercial litigation.

WILSON FREYERMUTH [Fall 2002: Property and Real Estate Transactions]

Since 1992 Wilson Freyermuth has been an Associate Professor at Law at the University of Missouri-Columbia, School of Law. Prior to his faculty position at University of Missouri, Professor Freyermuth clerked for the Hon. John D. Butzner, Jr. of the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit and worked as an associate for the law firm of Womble, Carlyle, Sandridge & Rice, where he practiced in the areas of bankruptcy and commercial real estate. Professor Freyermuth received his J.D. degree in 1987 from Duke University where he graduated Order of the Coif, he received his B.S. in 1984 from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

THOMAS L. GREANEY  [Spring 2003: Health Care Law]

Thomas Greaney is Professor of Law and Co-Director of the Center for Health Law Studies at Saint Louis University School of Law. He is the co-author of the treatise and hornbook, Health Law, and of the text book, Health Law: Cases, Materials and Problems (4th edition), both published by West Publishing. Professor Greaney is co-editor in chief of the Journal of Health Law, published by the American Health Lawyers Association. Before joining the faculty, he served as Assistant Chief of the Department of Justice, Antitrust Division, supervising health care antitrust litigation. In 1985, he was a Victor Kramer Fellow at Yale University, and in 1986, became a fellow at Yale's Institute for Social and Policy Studies, teaching a course at the Yale Law School. He was recently named Merck Visiting Scholar at Seton Hall University where he will be in residence for two weeks in the Spring of 2002. In 1993, he was a Fulbright Fellow and studied European Community competition law at the EC Commission, Brussels, Belgium. Professor Greaney received his B.A magna cum laude from Wesleyan University and his J.D. from Harvard Law School.

LEONARD GROSS [Spring 2003: Remedies]

Leonard Gross has been a visiting faculty member at WUSL on previous occasions, having taught Legal Profession and Remedies with excellent reviews. He is a member of the Law Faculty at Southern Illinois University at Carbondale. Before arriving at SIU in 1983, Professor Gross clerked for Judge Frederick L. Brown of the Massachusetts Appeals Court from 1976 to1977, and practiced corporate litigation with the New York City law firm of Shearman & Sterling from 1977 to 1983. Professor Gross received his B.A. from the State University of New York at Binghamton in 1973, where he majored in history. He received his J.D., Magna cum laude from Boston University School of Law in 1976. Professor Gross is the author or co-author of the following books: Organizing Corporate and Other Business Enterprises (Matthew Bender 1998) (with M. Lee and D. Meyers); Supreme Court Appointments: Judge Bork and the Politicization of Senate Confirmations (SIU Press 1998) (with N. Vieira); and Agency and Partnership (Emanuel Publishing Corp. 1998). He is also the author of numerous articles in legal publications. At SIU, Professor Gross has taught the following courses: Legal Profession, Remedies, Agency and Partnership, Corporations, Federal Income Taxation, Interviewing and Counseling, Legal Writing and Evidence. Professor Gross has served as a Reporter for the Illinois Judicial Conference; he has been a member of the Carbondale Elementary School board; and he has been chairman of the Southern Illinois Chapter of the ACLU. He also has consulted and testified as an expert witness on cases involving legal ethics and legal malpractice.

NINA TARR [Fall 2002: Civil Justice Clinic and Public Interest Lawyering Seminar; Spring 2003: Evidence and Legal Profession]

Since 1995 Nina Tarr has been a Professor of Law and Clinical Director at the University of Illinois College of Law. Prior to that she was a Professor of Law and Clinical Director at Washburn School of Law and she was an Assistant Professor at Northern Illinois University College of Law. Professor Tarr received her J.D. degree in 1979 from the University of Iowa where she graduated cum laude and was a member of the Law Review. She received her M.A. in American History in 1975 from Washington University, and her B.S. from Southern Illinois University in Carbondale, in 1973, where she graduated cum laude. Professor Tarr has written and spoken extensively on Professional Ethics and Clinical Education. She had done a great deal of teaching in the areas of Family Law, Evidence and Professional Responsibility.

Douglas R. Williams [Fall 2002:  Administrative Law] 

is Professor of Law at Saint Louis University, where he has been a faculty member since 1991. He graduated from Duke University School of Law, where he served as Articles Editor for the Duke Law Journal and was elected to the Order of the Coif. He clerked for Judge Douglas H. Ginsburg of the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit and practiced law in Washington, D.C. with the firm Covington & Burling. At Saint Louis University he teaches administrative law, constitutional law, environmental law,

 

NEW ADJUNCT FACULTY 


MICHAEL DOWNEY  [Spring 2003 - Practical Ethics for Civil Litigation]

Michael Downey is a senior associate at Fox Galvin, LLC, where he primarily defends class action and product liability cases.  Prior to joining this firm, he clerked for the Hon. Pasco M. Bowman, II, Chief Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit, and practiced civil litigation in the St. Louis office of a large regional firm.  Prof. Downey graduated with honors from Georgetown University and first in his class from Washington University School of Law.  He is chair-elect of the Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis’s ethics committee and has written and spoken on legal ethics and professional responsibility issues.  Not entirely new as an adjunct professor to WUSL, Prof. Downey has previously co-taught the Intro to U.S. Law & Methods course, which is part of the LLM program.  Prof. Downey will teach the applied skills course Practical Ethics for Civil Litigation.


ART HINSHAW  [Spring 2003:  Mediation Theory & Practice]

Art Hinshaw is the Director of the Campus Mediation Service and the Training Coordinator for the Center for the Study of Dispute Resolution at the University of Missouri - Columbia Law School. Before going to the University of Missouri in 1999, he practiced law with Husch & Eppenberger and Armstrong Teasdale in Kansas City. He is an experienced ADR teacher and trainer. He has taught Negotiation, Mediation, and Advocacy & Research as an adjunct professor at Missouri. He has done countless ADR training programs in the U.S. and served as a senior ADR Training Consultant in Trinidad and Tobago. He has his B.A. Washington University 1988, J.D. Missouri 1993, and LL.M. in Dispute Resolution, Missouri 2000. He recently published " The Challenge of Institutionalizing Alternative Dispute Resolution: Attorney Perspectives on the Effect of Rule 17 on Civil Litigation Practice in Missouri " with Prof. Bobbi McAdoo, in 67 Missouri Law Review 473 (2002).

SUSAN HOGAN [Spring 2003 - Business Planning & Drafting: The Deal]

Susan Hogan received her J.D. degree cum laude from Harvard Law School in 1992 and her B.A. summa cum laude from Southern Methodist University in 1989. After graduating from law school, Hogan practiced corporate law in Dallas, Texas, with Carrington Coleman Sloman & Blumenthal and Baker Botts. Her practice included public and private mergers, acquisitions and corporate finance transactions. Hogan has recently relocated to St. Louis and will be teaching the Business Planning and Drafting course this spring.


JOHN HULL
 
[Fall 2002: Business Planning and Drafting: The Deal]

John Hull is an investment banker, advising middle market companies in the areas of corporate finance and mergers and acquisitions, he has been with The Fortune Group since 1998. Prior to joining The Fortune Group he was an associate at the firm Gallop, Johnson & Neuman, L.C. Professor Hull has expertise in the area of security offerings and related disclosure requirements under state and federal securities laws. Professor Hull received his J.D. degree from Washington University, where he was an Associate Editor on the Law Quarterly, and graduated Order of the Coif. He earned an M.B.A. from the University of Kansas and a B.A. from Mid-America Nazarene University. He is co-teaching Business Planning and Drafting with Bob Newmark.