December 29, 2008
Oregon Law Welcomes Assistant Professor Jennifer Reynolds
Oregon Law is pleased to welcome new Assistant Professor Jennifer Reynolds to the faculty. Professor Reynolds is an expert in the area of dispute resolution.
Professor Reynolds received her law degree from Harvard Law School, a master’s degree in English from the University of Texas, and a bachelor’s degree from the University of Chicago. While at Harvard, Reynolds served as an editor of the Harvard Law Review; as a research assistant for Professor Arthur Miller on his treatise, Federal Practice and Procedure; and as a teaching assistant, researcher, and Harvard Negotiation Research Project Fellow with the Program on Negotiation.
Professor Reynolds’ legal experience includes work with Kirkland & Ellis in London and Dow Lohnes in Atlanta. She also served for seven years as associate director for Information Technology Services at the University of Texas at Austin, and taught English in Japan. She has been serving as a visiting associate professor of law at the University of Missouri School of Law since August 2008.
Her research interests lie in negotiation and deal making, and she is a co-author of “Selling Neiman Marcus,” which was published last year in the Harvard Negotiation Law Review.