June 15, 2012
Oregon Law welcomes three visiting faculty members for 2012-13
The University of Oregon School of Law is pleased to welcome three visiting faculty members for the 2012-13 academic year. Jared Margolis, Anne Mullins, and Arnold Rosenberg will bring a wide variety of real-world experience to the classroom.
Margolis is the Executive Director of the Northern Environmental Law Center. He earned his J.D. from Vermont Law School, while there he served as the Environmental Editor of the Vermont Law Review. Over the past six years, he developed a private law practice with a focus on energy and environmental regulation and land use law. He also has taught Environmental Law courses at the University of Vermont for the past six years, and served on the Executive Committee and as attorney for the Vermont Chapter of the Sierra Club. During the fall, he will teach Environmental Law and Hazardous Waste Law, and Advanced Appellate Advocacy and Land Use Law during the spring semester.
Mullins extends her teaching commitment at Oregon Law for another year. She spent five years at Susman Godfrey LLP in Houston, where she specialized in complex commercial litigation. She will teach Legal Research and Writing I during the fall semester and Legal Research and Writing II and Judicial Writing during the spring semester.
Rosenberg is Assistant Dean of Thomas Jefferson School of Law and Director of the Walter H. and Dorothy B. Diamond Graduate Program in International Tax and Financial Services. The Diamond Graduate Program is one of the largest LL.M. programs offered by any ABA-accredited law school. Dean Rosenberg is a graduate of Cornell University and Harvard Law School. Before joining Thomas Jefferson as a faculty member ten years ago, Dean Rosenberg practiced law for 25 years in Chicago, New York, and San Francisco.
Dean Rosenberg will be visiting fall semester to teach Commercial Law and Consumer Law.