August 19, 2009
Oregon Law Welcomes Assistant Professor John Greenman
Oregon Law is pleased to welcome new Assistant Professor John Greenman to the faculty. Professor Greenman is an expert in the role of technology in rights definition.
Professor Greenman is a graduate of the Iowa Writer’s Workshop and received his JD from the University of Texas at Austin School of Law. Upon graduation, he clerked for the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals and the Texas Supreme Court before worki ng for the Supreme Court advocacy groups of Weil, Gotshal, and Manges LLP.
Professor Greenman has written briefs for the United States Supreme Court as well as numerous federal courts of appeals. Most recently, he authored an amicus brief for the ACLU and NAACP of Texas in the Texas Supreme Court.
Professor Greenman’s research interests include public law, torts, technology and the law, and national security law. He joins the law school from Stanford University where he was a Law School Fellow.
He will teach Constitutional Law II and Federal Jurisdiction during the fall semester, and Constitutional Law I during the spring semester.
(Photo: Stanford Law School)