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HARVARD WOMEN'S
  LAW JOURNAL



   VOLUME 16

           1993




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Harvard Women's Law Journal
Volume 16                                                               Spring 1993
    Copyright   ©   1993 by the President and Fellows of Harvard College

Contents

Women of Color in Legal Academia: A Biographic and
Bibliographic Guide                                                               1
Articles
Killing "the Handicapped"-Before and After Birth                                 79
  Martha A. Field
The Norplant Condition: One Step Forward or Two
Steps Back?                                                                     139
  Tracy Ballard
Essay
Toward a Feminist Internationality: A Critique of U.S.
Feminist Legal Scholarship                                                      189
  Vasuki Nesiah
Recent Developments
A Calculus for Bias: How Malingering Females and
Dependent Housewives Fare in the Social Security
Disability System                                                               211
  Linda G. Mills
Law and Literature
Imagining the Mother's Text: Toni Morrison's Beloved
and Contemporary Law                                                            233
  Elizabeth Tobin
Sentenced to Death                                                              275
  Dorothy Charvis
seeing black                                                                    277
  Carmia N. Caesar
Queer Sign Language/Le Langage Gestuelle Gaie                                   278
  Louise Karch
Book Reviews
LESBIAN (OUT)LAW: SURVIVAL UNDER THE RULE OF
LAW.   By Ruthann Robson                                                        279




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ABORTION AND DIALOGUE: PRO-CHOICE, PRO-LIFE,
AND AMERICAN LAW. By Ruth Colker                                     286
OUT OF THE BARRIO: TOWARD A NEW POLITICS OF
HISPANIC ASSIMILATION. By Linda Chavez                               293
POSSESSING THE SECRET OF Joy.       By Alice Walker                  298
FREEDOM FROM VIOLENCE: WOMEN'S STRATEGIES
FROM AROUND THE WORLD. Edited by Margaret
Schuler; LEGAL LITERACY: A TOOL FOR WOMEN'S
EMPOWERMENT. Edited by Margaret Schuler and
Sakuntala Kadirgamar-Rajasingham                                     303
RACE-ING JUSTICE, EN-GENDERING POWER.               Edited by
Toni Morrison                                                        311




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Harvard
Women's
Law
Journal
                               Editor in Chief
                               Peggie R. Smith

                              Executive Editors
Jane Ashley Barr                Victoria Guest            Marie-Louise Ramsdale
(Book Reviews)                    (Articles)                     (ManagingEd.)
Wendy Seiden                   Jennifer Taub                          Jane Willis
(Law & Literature)         (Recent Developments)                  (TechnicalEd.)

Articles Editors                  Recent                              ProjectsEditor
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Peter J. Eliasberg            Marie E. Burke
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Book                          Becca Winters                          General Editors
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Paula Beck                  Leah Guggenheimer                  Rebecca Sharpless
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       WOMEN OF COLOR IN LEGAL ACADEMIA:
      A BIOGRAPHIC AND BIBLIOGRAHIC GUIDE*


                               INTRODUCTION

   This compilation was produced as part of the Journal's commitment
to the goal of meaningful faculty diversity in law schools. More specif-
ically, the editors of the Journal hope that this guide will advance the
struggle to achieve a system of legal education that reflects the realities
of a multicultural society. Law, we believe, should be interpreted and
taught from a range of perspectives, including those offered by women
of color.
   By now, the "pool problem" has become a familiar argument in the
debate over faculty diversity. According to the view put forth by many
law schools, most notably Harvard, the absence of women of color on
their faculties stems from a lack of "qualified" candidates. As this
compilation demonstrates, such a position is simply untenable. Despite
their underrepresentation on law school faculties, an impressive number
of women scholars of color exist in legal academia. The contributions
of these women to legal scholarship and law teaching are remarkably
rich, analytically insightful and conceptually challenging.
   A glance at the pages of this guide reveals the varied scholarly inter-
ests that women of color are pursuing, interests that encompass a range
of subjects-civil procedure, immigration law, constitutional law, fed-
eral taxation, clinical teaching, international law, family law and cor-
porations, to mention only a few. In addition to exploring many tradi-
tional subject areas, women of color have brought to the fore crucial
topics that generally have been ignored in legal academia, particularly
those relating to the intersection of race and gender.
   Yet, many of these women continue to confront barriers posed by
the elitism, racism and sexism that frequently govern both the world of
law journal publishing and the selection of journals carried on-line by
popular research databases. Because a number of the articles referenced
here are published in sources that are not included in electronic data-
bases, such works rarely, if ever, come to the attention of many stu-
dents, practitioners and professors. By collecting in one place a signif-
icant portion of the legal literature authored by women of color, we
hope to help remedy this problem.

  * Individual reprints of this guide can be ordered directly from the Harvard Women's
Law Journal.The cost of each guide is $5.00, which includes postage and handling.

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   The majority of the women listed here appeared in the "Minority Law
Teachers" section of the the 1991-92 edition of the American Associa-
tion of Law Schools (AALS) Directory of Law Teachers. To this list,
we added the names of other women of color that had been collected
by various student organizations at Harvard Law School, such as the
Black Law Students Association, the Asian American Law Students
Association and La Alianza. Throughout the course of this project, we
continued to add additional names of women who came to our attention.
From these sources, we prepared an initial list of women of color
currently teaching law, with biographical data for most of the entries.
For each woman named, we sought to include the following information:
position, law school where currently teaching, state(s) where admitted
to practice, education, law journal affiliation, past positions, and courses
taught.
   We also gathered bibliographical information by searching a number
of on-line databases, primarily the Legal Resource Index and the Re-
search Library Information Network. Because of space constraints, we
focused on including law-related journal articles published since 1980
and books, rather than on book reviews and material appearing in
newspapers and magazines.
   Once the initial compilation of biographical and bibliographical ma-
terial was completed, we attempted to verify our data by sending each
of the more than 250 women listed a facsimile of the information per-
taining to her. Approximately sixty-five percent of the women re-
sponded. We were pleased that several women helped to improve our
list by putting us in touch with their colleagues whose names did not
appear in the AALS directory. In a final verification effort, we attempted
to telephone those women who failed to respond to our initial inquiry
to clear up discrepancies in our data. We should also note that because
we thought it important to allow each woman to decide whether to be
included under the rubric of "women of color currently teaching law,"
those who so requested were deleted from this guide. Nevertheless,
there probably remain women named here who would prefer to have
been omitted; conversely, there are certainly women who would like to
have been included.
   Although we have gone to considerable lengths to verify the material
published here, errors undoubtedly remain. Furthermore, since this list
is limited, readers are advised that a wealth of further information exists
beyond this collection. In addition to certain publications that are not
listed, we regret that we were unable to include accomplishments such
as honors and awards received, as well as organizational affiliations.
   We are considering the possibility of publishing a more comprehen-
sive guide in the future, and we welcome contributions of additional




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material. Until then, we hope that this compilation, which is but a first
step, will serve as a useful resource both for those seeking to achieve
greater faculty diversity and for those interested in the many areas that
women of color are exploring in their legal scholarship.




ALLEN, ANITA L., Prof., Georgetown University Law Center; Edu-
cation: New Coll., B.A., 1974, M.A., 1976, Univ. of Michigan, Ph.D.,
1979, Harvard Law School, J.D., 1984; Admitted: New York 1985,
Pennsylvania 1986; Past Positions: Ass't Prof., Carnegie-Mellon Univ.,
Pittsburgh, Pa., 1978-81; Teaching Fellow, Harvard, 1981-84; Assoc.,
Cravath, Swaine & Moore, N.Y., N.Y., 1984-85; Ass't Prof., Pitts-
burgh, Pa., 1985-87; Assoc. Prof., Georgetown, 1987-90; Prof., since
1990; Courses Taught: Jurisprudence, Legal Profession, Privacy in
American Law, Torts.
     PRIVACY: CASES AND MATERIALS (1992) (with Richard C. Turking-
         ton & George B. Trubow).
     UNEASY ACCESS: PRIVACY FOR WOMEN IN A FREE SOCIETY (1988).
     The Role Model Argument for Faculty Diversity, 26 PHIL. F. 267
         (1992-93).
     Autonomy's Magic Wand: Abortion Law and ConstitutionalInter-
        pretation, 72 B.U. L. REV. 683 (1992).
     Hobbes, Formalism and Corrective Justice, 77 IowA L. REV. 713
         (1992) (with Maria Morales).
     The Jurisprudence of Jane Eyre, 15 HARV. WOMEN'S L.J. 173
         (1992).
     Legal Rights for Poor Blacks, in THE UNDERCLASS QUESTION 117
         (William Lawson ed., 1992).
     Response to Elizabeth Bartholet's Where Do Black Children Be-
         long?, 1 RECONSTRUCTION 46 (1992).
     Roe May Not Be Dead, But Its Life Has Been Altered (Planned
         Parenthood of Southeastern Pennsylvania v. Casey), N.J. L.J.
         July 13, 1992, at 22.
     The Black SurrogateMother, 8 HARV. BLACKLETTER J. 17 (1991).
     Legal Issues in Non-Voluntary PrenatalHIV Screening, in AIDS,
         WOMEN, AND THE NEXT GENERATION 166 (Ruth Faden et al.
         eds., 1991).
     On Being a Role Model, 6 BERKELEY WOMEN'S L.J. 22 (1991).
     The Power of PrivateFacts, 41 CASE W. RES. L. REV. 757 (1991).




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    Reading Afrocentric History, 9 LAW & INEQ. J. 407 (1991).
    Tribe's Judicious Feminism, 44 STAN. L. REV. 129 (1991).
    Alive and Well: Religious Freedom in the Welfare State, 31 WM. &
        MARY L. REV. 409 (1990).
    HIV Infection, PregnantWomen, andNewborns:A Policy Proposal
        for Information and Testing, 264 JAMA 2416 (1990) (with Work-
        ing Group on HIV Testing of Pregnant Women and Newborns).
    How Privacy Got Its Gender, 10 N. ILL. U. L. REV. 441 (1990)
         (with Erin Mack).
    Legal Philosophy, in LOOKING AT LAW SCHOOL 305 (Stephen Gill-
        ers ed., 1990).
    Surrogacy, Slavery, and the Ownership of Life, 13 HARV. J.L. &
        PUB. POL'Y 139 (1990).
    Equality and Private Choice, 13 NOVA L. REV. 625 (1989).
    Webster Marks Time, 2 BIOLAW 1531 (1989).
    The Federalist'sPlain Meaning: Reply to Tushnet, 61 S. CAL. L.
        REV. 1701 (1988).
    Newsmagazines and the Black Agenda, in DISCRIMINATION AND
        DISCOURSE 23 (G. Smitherman-Donaldson & Teun A. Van Dijk
        eds., 1988) (with Dr. Jack Daniel).
    Privacy, Surrogacy, and the Baby M Case, 76 GEO. L.J. 1759 (1988).
    Discrimination,Jobs and Politics, 6 J.L. & COM. 227 (1987).
    Rethinking the Rule Against CorporatePrivacy Rights: Some Con-
         ceptual Quandariesfor the Common Law, 20 J. MARSHALL L.
        REV. 607 (1987).
    Taking Liberties:Privacy, PrivateChoice, andSocial Contract The-
      ory, 56 U. CIN. L. REV. 461 (1987).
    Women and Privacy: What Is at Stake?, in BEYOND                DOMINATION
        233 (Carol Gould ed., 1984).

ALVAREZ, ALICIA, Ass't Prof., De Paul University College of Law;
Education: Boston Coll., J.D., 1985; Admitted: Illinois 1985; Past Posi-
tions: Staff Att'y, Legal Assist. Fdn., Chicago, Ill., 1985-88; Staff Att'y,
Bus. & Prof'l People for the Public Interest, Chicago, Ill., 1988-89;
Ass't Prof., De Paul, since 1989; Courses Taught: Legal Clinic, Poverty
Law.

AMANA, CHERYL E., Ass't Prof., North Carolina Central University
School of Law; Education: Grad. Study, Univ. of Pennsylvania, 1972,
Rutgers Univ., B.A., 1973, Univ. of Pennsylvania, J.D., 1977, Columbia
Univ., LL.M., 1990, J.S.D. Cand., Columbia, 1990; Admitted: Califor-
nia 1982; Past Positions: Assoc., Ronald A. White, Phila., Pa., 1977-78,
83-85; Sr. Ass't, Speaker Willie L. Brown, San Fran., Cal., 1980-3;




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Clerk, Ct. of Common Pleas, Phila., Pa., 1984-85; Lect., North Carolina
Central, 1985-88; Vis. Prof., 1988-89; Ass't Prof., since 1989; Courses
Taught: Family Law, Health Law, Legal Research & Writing.
    Recruitment and Retention of the African American Law Student,
        19 N.C. CENT. L.J. 207 (1991).

AMMONS, LINDA L., Ass't Prof., Cleveland State University, Cleve-
land-Marshall College of Law; Education: Oakwood Coll., B.A., 1974,
M.A., 1980, Ohio State Univ., J.D., 1987; Admitted: Ohio 1987; Past
Positions: Spec. Ass't to Dir., Dep't of Admin. Servs., Columbus, Ohio,
1987-88; Exec. Ass't to Gov'r Richard F. Celeleste, Columbus, Ohio,
1988-90; Ass't Prof., Cleveland-Marshall, since 1991; Courses Taught:
Administrative Law, Legislation, Women & the Law.

ARANAS, PAULINE, Assoc. Dir., Library & Adj. Assoc. Prof., Uni-
versity of Southern California Law Center; Education: U.C.L.A., B.A.,
1976, Univ. of Southern Cal., J.D., 1981, Univ. of Cal., Berkeley,
M.L.I.S., 1985; Admitted: California 1982; Past Positions: Ref. Librar-
ian, Southern Cal., 1984-85; Head, Public Servs., 1985-88; Ass't Dir.,
Library, 1988-89; Adj. Ass't Prof., 1988-92; Assoc. Dir., Library, since
1989; Adj. Assoc. Prof., since 1992; Courses Taught: Advanced Legal
Research, Legal Research.
     Gerontology and the Law: A Selected Bibliography, 1984-85 Up-
         date, 60 S. CAL. L. REV. 897 (1987) (with Mary Jo Brazil &
         Paul M. George).

ARGRETT, LORETTA COLLINS, Prof., Howard University School of
Law; Education: Technische Hochschule, Zurich, Switz., Grad. Study,
1958, Howard Univ., B.S., 1958, Harvard Law School, J.D., 1976;
Admitted: District of Columbia 1976; Past Positions: Assoc., Arent, Fox,
Kintner, Plotkin & Kahn, D.C., 1976-77; Assoc., Stroock, Stroock &
Lavan, D.C., 1978-79; Att'y, U.S. Cong. Jt. Com. on Tax'n, D.C.,
1979-81; Assoc./Part., Wald, Harkrader & Ross, D.C., 1981-86; Assoc.
Prof., Howard, 1986-90; Prof., since 1990; Courses Taught: Advanced
Corporate Problems, Federal Tax, Professional Responsibility, State &
Local Tax.
    Acquisitions and Ownership of Real Estate, in BENDER'S FEDERAL
        TAX SERVICE (Matthew Bender ed., forthcoming 1993).
    Tax Treatment of Higher Education Expenditures: An Unfair In-
        vestment Disincentive, 41 SYRACUSE L. REV. 621 (1990).

ARGUELLO, CHRISTINE M., Assoc. Prof., University of Kansas
School of Law; Education: Univ. of Colorado, B.S., 1977, Harvard Law




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School, J.D., 1980; Law Journal: Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties
Law Review; Admitted: Florida 1980, Colorado 1985; Past Positions:
Assoc., Valdes-Fauli, Cobb & Petrey, FL, 1980-85; Assoc., Holland &
Hart, Colo., 1985-88; Part., 1988-91; Assoc. Prof., Kansas, since 1991;
Courses Taught: Contracts, Creditors' & Debtors' Rights, Trial & Ap-
pellate Advocacy.

ARMSTRONG, MARGALYNNE JOAN, Ass't Prof., Santa Clara Uni-
versity School of Law; Education: Earlham Coll., B.A., 1977, Univ. of
Cal., Berkeley, J.D., 1981; Law Journal: Ecology Law Quarterly; Ad-
mitted: California 1981, Illinois 1985; Past Positions: Staff Att'y, Legal
Aid Soc. of Alameda Cty., Hayward, Cal., 1982-85; Assoc. in Law,
Cal., Berkeley, 1985-87; Vis. Ass't Prof., Santa Clara, Cal., 1987-88;
Ass't Prof., since 1988; Courses Taught: Academic Support Programs,
Comparative Law, Property, Remedies.
    Desegregation Through Private Litigation: Using Equitable Rem-
        edies To Achieve the Purposes of the Fair Housing Act, 64
        TEMP. L. REV. 909 (1991).
    Meditations on Being Good, 6 BERKELEY WOMEN'S L.J. 43 (1991).
    AIDS and the Law: A Guide for the Public, 28 SANTA CLARA L.
        REV. 463 (1988).

ARNOLD, CECILIA TANDO, Prof., McGeorge School of Law, Uni-
versity of the Pacific; Education: St. Theresa Coll., Manila, B.A., Univ.
of Southern Cal., M.A., McGeorge School of Law, J.D., 1983; Admit-
ted: California 1983; Past Positions: Clin. Staff Att'y, McGeorge, 1984-
86; Ass't Clin. Prof., 1986-89; Assoc. Clin. Prof., 1989-92; Prof. since
1992; Courses Taught: Clinical, Family Law, Trial Advocacy, Commu-
nity Property.
     Combined Orders for Spousal and Child Support, in ALIMONY,
        CHILD SUPPORT AND COUNSEL FEES: AWARD, MODIFICATION
        AND ENFORCEMENT (Barry H. Frank et al. eds., 1988).

ATWELL, BARBARA L., Assoc. Prof., Pace University School of Law;
Education: Smith Coil., B.A., 1977, Columbia Univ., J.D., 1983; Law
Journal: Columbia Journal of Law & Social Problems; Admitted: New
York 1984, District of Columbia 1985; Past Positions: Clerk, Hon. Na-
thaniel R. Jones, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1983-84; Assoc., Arnold & Porter,
D.C., 1984-86; Ass't Prof., Pace, 1986-90; Assoc. Prof., since 1990;
Courses Taught: Contracts, Labor Law, Torts.
    "A Lost Generation": The Battle for Private Enforcement of the
        Adoption Assistance and Child Welfare Act of 1980, 60 U. CIN.
        L. REv. 593 (1991).




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   Products Liability and Preemption: A Judicial Framework, 39
        BUFF. L. REV. 181 (1991).
    Surrogacy and Adoption: A Case of Incompatibility, 20 COLUM.
        HUM. RTS. L. REV. 1 (1988).

AUSTIN, REGINA, Prof., University of Pennsylvania Law School; Ed-
ucation: Univ. of Rochester, B.A., 1970, Univ. of Pennsylvania, J.D.,
1973; Admitted: Pennsylvania 1973; Past Positions: Assoc., Schnader,
Harrison, Segal & Lewis, Phila., Pa., 1974-77; Ass't Prof., Pennsyl-
vania, 1977-83; Assoc. Prof., 1983-1990; Prof., since 1990; Courses
Taught: Insurance, Products Liability, Torts.
    "The Black Community," Its Lawbreakers, and a Politics of Iden-
       tification, 65 S. CAL. L. REV. 1769 (1992).
    Black Women, Sisterhood, and the Difference/DevianceDivide, 26
        NEw ENG. L. REV. 877 (1992).
    Black, Brown, Poor & Poisoned:Minority GrassrootsEnvironmen-
       talism and the Questfor Eco-Justice, 1 KAN. J.L. & PUB. POL'Y
       69 (1991) (with Michael H. Schill).
    Employer Abuse of Low-Status Workers: The Possibility of Uncom-
       mon Relief from the Common Law, in THE POLITICS OF LAW
       350 (David Kairys ed., 2d ed. 1990) (with Sharon Dietrich).
    Sapphire Bound!, 1989 Wis. L. REV. 539.
    Employer Abuse, Worker Resistance, and the Tort of Intentional
        Infliction of Emotional Distress, 41 STAN. L. REV. 1 (1988).
    The Insurance ClassificationControversy, 131 U. PA. L. REV. 517
        (1983).
    The Problem of the Legitimacy of the Welfare State, .130 U. PA. L.
        REV. 1510 (1982).

BANKS, TAUNYA LOVELL, Prof., University of Maryland School of
Law; Education: Syracuse Univ., B.A., 1965, Howard Univ., J.D.,
1968, Mississippi State Univ., Grad. Study, 1974; Law Journal: Howard
Law Journal; Admitted: Mississippi 1969; Past Positions: Consult., Voter
Educ. Proj., MS, 1968-69; Staff Att'y, Lawyer's Const. Def. Com.,
Jackson, Miss., 1969; Dir., Miss. Ctr. for Elected Off. at Tougaloo Coll.,
1969-70; Ass't Prof., Jackson State Univ., 1972-76; Ass't Prof., Texas
Southern Univ., 1976-78; Assoc. Prof., 1978-84; Assoc. Dean, 1981-
83; Prof., 1984-85; Vis. Prof., Tulsa, 1984-85; Prof., 1985-89; Prof.,
Maryland, since 1989; Vis. Dist. Prof., Washburn, spring 1992; Courses
Taught: Civil Rights, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Torts.
    Teaching Laws With Flaws: Adopting a PluralisticApproach to
        Torts, 57 Mo. L. REV. 443 (1992).
    Toilets as a FeministIssue, 6 BERKELEY WOMEN'S L.J. 263 (1991).




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   Two Life Stories: Reflections of One Black Woman Law Professor,
       6 BERKELEY WOMEN'S L.J. 46 (1991).
   Women andAIDS-Racism, Sexism, and Classism, 17 N.Y.U. REV.
       L. & Soc. CHANGE 351 (1990).
   AIDS and Government: A Plan of Action?, 87 MIcH. L. REV. 1321
       (1989).
   AIDS and the Right to Health Care, 4 ISSUES L. & MED. 151 (1988).
   Gender Bias in the Classroom, 38 J. LEGAL EDUC. 137 (1988).
   Rush to Judgment: HIV Test Reliability and Screening, 23 TULSA
       L.J. 1 (1987) (with Roger R. McFadden).
   Rethinking Novotny in Light of United Brotherhood of Carpenters
       & Joiners v. Scott: The Scope and ConstitutionallyPermissible
      Periphery of Section 1985(3), 27 How. L.J. 1497 (1984).
   The Scope of Section 1985(3) in Light of Great American Federal
       Savings and Loan Association v. Novotny: Too Little Too
      Late?, 9 HASTINGS CONST. L.Q. 579 (1982).

BARKSDALE, YVETTE M., Ass't Prof., John Marshall Law School;
Education: Oberlin Coll., B.A., 1978, Yale Law School, J.D., 1982; Past
Positions: Assoc., Carter, Ledyard & Milburn, N.Y., N.Y., 1982-84;
Instr., Bridgeport, 1985-87; Vis. Ass't Prof., Chicago-Kent, 1987-89;
Ass't Prof., John Marshall, since 1989; Courses Taught: Administrative
Law, Conflict of Laws, Legal Writing.
     The Presidency and Administrative Value Selection, 42 AM. U. L.
         REV. 273 (1993).

BARNES, ROBIN D., Ass't Prof., University of Connecticut School of
Law; Education: State Univ. of N.Y., Buffalo, B.A., 1986, J.D., 1989,
Univ. of Wisconsin, LL.M., 1991; Admitted: New York 1990; Past
Positions: William H. Hastie Fellow & Lecturer, Wisconsin, 1989-91;
Ass't Prof., Connecticut, since 1991; Courses Taught: Constitutional
Law II, First Amendment Theory & Practice, Legal Ethics, Wills Trusts
& Estates.
    I Pledge Allegiance to the Klan, of the United States of America,
        and to the Republic for Which It Stands, One Aryan Nation,
         10 HARV. BLACKLETTER J. (forthcoming 1993).
    Standing Guard for the P.C. Militia, or, Fighting Hatred and In-
        difference: Some Thoughts on Expressive Hate-Conduct and
        Political Correctness, 4 U. ILL. L. REV. 1301 (forthcoming
         1993).
    Politicsand Passion:Theoretically a DangerousLiaison, 101 YALE
        L.J. 1631 (1992).




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   Realist Review (response to Derrick Bell, 24 CONN. L. REV. 363
      (1992)), 24 CONN. L. REv. 553 (1992) (with LeGree S. Daniels,
      Deborah Cruel, Anne Wortham, Nona M. Brazier & Elizabeth
      Wright).
   Scholarly Discourse (response to Alex M. Johnson Jr., 16 VT. L.
        REv. 913 (1992)), 16 VT. L. REV. 933 (1992).
   Black Women Law Professorsand CriticalSelf- Consciousness:A
      Tribute to Professor Denise S. Carty-Bennia, 6 BERKELEY
      WOMEN'S L.J. 57 (1991).
   An Extra-TerrestrialTrade PropositionBrings an End to the World
      As We Know It, 34 ST. Louis UNIV. L.J. 413 (1990).
   Race Consciousness: The Thematic Content of Racial Distinctive-
      ness in Critical Race Scholarship, 103 HARV. L. REV. 1864
      (1990).

BARRY, MARGARET MARTIN, Ass't Prof., Catholic University of
America School of Law; Education: Univ. of Minnesota, J.D., 1980;
Admitted: Virginia 1981, Maryland 1985, District of Columbia 1986; Past
Positions: Ch. Legis. Counsel, U.S. House of Reps., D.C., 1981-87;
Clin. Instr., Cath. Univ., 1987-92; Ass't Prof., since 1992; Courses
Taught: Litigation Clinic, Becoming a Lawyer.

BATTS, DEBORAH A., Assoc. Prof., Fordham University School of
Law; Education: Harvard Law School, J.D., 1972; Law Journal: Har-
vard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review; Admitted: New York
1973; Past Positions: Clerk, Hon. Lawrence W. Pierce, U.S.D.C.,
S.D.N.Y., 1972-73; Assoc., Cravath, Swaine & Moore, N.Y., N.Y.,
1973-79; Ass't U.S. Att'y, S.D.N.Y., 1979-84; Courses Taught: Defi-
nition & Role of Family, Domestic Relations I, Federal Criminal Pretrial
Practice, Property.
     I Didn't Ask To Be Born: The American Law of Disinheritanceand
         a Proposalfor Change to a System of Protected Inheritance,
        41 HASTINGS L.J. 1197 (1990).
   Remedy Refocus: In Search of Equity in "EnhancedSpouse-Other
      Spouse" Divorces, 63 N.Y.U. L. REV. 751 (1988).

BEANE, DOROTHEA A., Ass't Prof., Stetson University College of
Law; Education: Rutgers Univ., J.D., 1977; Admitted: New Jersey 1978;
Past Positions: Trial Att'y, U.S. Dep't of Just., Civil Div., D.C., 1977-
81; Assoc., Robinson & Geraldo, P.C., D.C. & Harrisburg, Pa., 1981-
82; Ass't U.S. Att'y, M.D.F.L., Jacksonville, Fla, 1983-90; Ass't Prof.,
Stetson, since 1990; Courses Taught: Civil Procedure, Pretrial Practice.




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BELTON, JACQUELINE DAVIS, Ass't Clin. Prof., University of South
Carolina School of Law; Education: Duke Univ., A.B., 1978, Antioch
Univ., J.D., 1983; Admitted: South Carolina 1985; Past Positions: Staff
Att'y & Reginald Heber Smith Fellow, Neighborhood Legal Assist.
Prog., Walterboro, S.C., 1983-85; Staff Att'y, Palmetto Legal Servs.,
Orangeburg, S.C., 1985-86; Staff Att'y, Columbia, S.C., 1986-89; Ass't
Clin. Prof., South Carolina, since 1990; Courses Taught: Clinical Teach-
ing, Lawyering Skills, Social Security Disability Clinic, Trial & Appel-
late Advocacy.

BERNIER, BARBARA L., Assoc. Prof., District of Columbia School of
Law; Education: State Univ. of N.Y., B.A., 1972, Adelphi Univ.,
M.S.W., 1974, Howard Univ., J.D., 1978, Temple Univ., LL.M., 1980;
Law Journal: Howard Law Journal; Admitted: West Virginia 1978,
Pennsylvania 1980, District of Columbia 1985; Past Positions: Ass't
Prof., Dep't of Crim. Just., Temple, 1980-83; Ass't Prof., Howard,
1983-85; Mng. Att'y, Global Abstract Co., D.C., 1985-89; Assoc. Prof.,
District of Columbia, since 1989; Courses Taught: Estates, Family Law,
International Law, Jurisprudence, Real Estate Transactions, Women &
the Law.
    Democratizationand Economic Development in Haiti:A Review of
         the Caribbean Basin Initiative, 27 INT'L LAW. (forthcoming
         1993).
    Economic Development in Ravaged Haiti:Is DemocracyReally the
         Answer?, 10 DICK. J. INT'L L. (forthcoming 1993).
    The Airport Stop Cases: A Need for Miranda-Type Warnings, 6
         CRIM. JUST. J. 205 (1983).
    Handling PrenatalLiability Cases, 52 PA. B. Ass'N. Q. 97 (1981).
    Mothers as Plaintiffs in PrenatalTort Liability Cases:Recovery for
         Physical and Emotional Damages, 4 HARV. WOMEN'S L.J. 43
         (1981).

BLANCO, BARBARA A., Clin. Prof. & Fac. Clin. Dir., Loyola Law
School, Los Angeles; Education: U.C.L.A., B.A., 1971, J.D., 1976;
Admitted: California 1976; Past Positions: Assoc., Margolis, McTernan,
Socpe & Epstein, L.A., Cal., 1976-78; Staff Att'y, Legal Aid of L.A.,
Cal., 1978-81; Part., Blanco & Blasi, L.A., Cal., 1982-84; Mng. Att'y,
Legal Aid of L.A., Cal., 1985-89; Clin. Prof. & Fac. Clin. Dir., Loyola,
L.A., since 1989; Courses Taught: Counseling & Negotiation, Ethics,
Legal Methods, Poverty Law.

BLAND, DENISE W., Lect., College of William & Mary, Marshall-
Wythe School of Law; Education: Univ. of Virginia, B.A., 1975, Univ.




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of Pennsylvania, J.D., 1978; Admitted: Virginia 1978; Past Positions:
Staff Att'y, Peninsula Legal Aid Ctr., E. Shore, Va., 1978-80; Att'y,
Sole Practitioner, Cape Charles, Va., 1980-89; Lect., William & Mary,
since 1990; Courses Taught: Clinical Teaching, Comprehensive Legal
Skills.

BORDENAVE, CHARLOTTE G., Assoc. Prof., Tulane University
School of Law; Education: Tulane Univ., B.A., 1976, L.S.U., Grad.
Study, 1978-79, Harvard Law School, J.D., 1982; Admitted: Louisiana
1983; Past Positions: Assoc., Sessions, Fishman, New Orleans, La.,
1984-85; Assoc., Jones, Day, Reavis & Pogue, D.C., 1985-87; Assoc.,
McGlinchey, Stafford, Celini & Lang, New Orleans, La., 1987-90; As-
soc. Prof., Tulane, since 1990; Courses Taught: Corporations, Products
Liability, Toxic Torts.

BROOKS, MARY JO, Clin. Instr. & Dir., Native Am. Legal Proj.,
University of North Dakota School of Law; Education: Univ. of Wis-
consin, B.A., 1978, U.C.L.A., J.D., 1982; Admitted: Minnesota 1986;
Past Positions: Staff Att'y, Southern Minn. Reg. Legal Servs., St. Paul,
Minn., 1983-85, 1987-89; Staff Att'y, Neighborhood Just. Ctr., St. Paul,
Minn., 1985-87; Adj. Prof., Win. Mitchell, 1986-87; Staff Att'y, Nevada
Rural Legal Servs., Carson City, Nev., 1989; Clin. Instr., North Dakota,
since 1989; Courses Taught: Criminal Procedure, Native American Law.

BROWN, DOROTHY ANDREA, Ass't Prof., George Mason University
School of Law; Education: Fordham Univ., B.S., 1980, Georgetown
Univ., J.D., 1983, New York Univ., LL.M., 1984; Admitted: District
of Columbia 1983; Past Positions: Att'y/Adv'r, U.S. Tax Ct., D.C., 1984-
85; Assoc., Haynes & Miller, D.C., 1985-87; Investment Banker,
Drexel, Burnham & Lambert, N.Y., N.Y., 1987-89; Spec. Ass't, Dep't
of HUD, D.C., 1989-90; Assoc. Dep. Gen. Counsel, since 1990; Ass't
Prof., George Mason, since 1991; Courses Taught: Legal Research &
Writing, Local Government Finance, Tax.

BROWN, KAREN B., Prof., Brooklyn Law School; Education: Prince-
ton Univ., A.B., 1976, New York Univ., J.D., 1979, LL.M., 1987;
Admitted: New York 1980, District of Columbia 1984; Past Positions:
Trial Att'y, U.S. Dep't of Just., D.C., 1979-83; Assoc., Steptoe &
Johnson, D.C., 1983-86; Ass't Prof., Brooklyn, 1987-90; Assoc. Prof.,
1990-92; Prof., since 1992; Courses Taught: Federal Taxation, Interna-
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    Applying Circular Reasoning to Linear Transactions: Substance
        Over Form Theory in U.S. and U.K. Tax Law, 15 HASTINGS
        INT'L & COMP. L. REv. 169 (1992).
    A Considerationof Selected Issues Relating to United States Tax-
        ation of InternationalTransfers of Information and Other In-
        tellectual Property, 17 BROOK. J. INT'L L. 17 (1991).
    Allowing Tax Laws to Cross Borders to Defeat InternationalTax
        Avoidance: The Convention on Mutual Administrative Assis-
        tance in Tax Matters, 15 BROOK. J. INT'L L. 59 (1989).

BROWN; WENDY R., Assoc. Prof., Tulane University School of Law;
Education: Harvard Univ., B.A., 1976, New York Univ., J.D., 1980;
Admitted: New York 1981; Past Positions: Staff Att'y, Legal Action Ctr.,
N.Y., N.Y., 1980-84; Assoc., Vladeck, Waldman, Elias & Engelhard,
N.Y., N.Y., 1984-86; Assoc. Counsel, Medgar Evers Coll. Ctr. for Law
& Social Just., Brooklyn, N.Y., 1986-89; Instr., Hunter Coll., 1986;
Instr., Brooklyn, 1986-89; Instr., CUNY at Queens, 1988, Assoc. Prof.,
Tulane, since 1989; Courses Taught: Civil Procedure, Constitutional
Law, Evidence, Native American Legal Issues.
    Does "Sound EducationalPolicy" Support the ContinuedExistence
         of Historically Black Colleges?, 20 HASTINGS CONST. L.Q.
        (forthcoming 1993).
    The Convergence of Neutrality and Choice: The Limits of the
       State's Affirmative Duty To Provide Equal EducationalOppor-
       tunity, 60 TENN. L. REv. 63 (1992).

BULLOCK, ALICE GRESHAM, Assoc. Dean & Prof., Howard Uni-
versity School of Law (on leave as deputy director of American Asso-
ciation of Law Schools); Education: Howard Univ., B.A., 1972, J.D.,
1975, Georgetown Univ., Grad. Study, 1980-81; Admitted: Georgia
1975, District of Columbia 1976; Past Positions: Att'y, Office of IRS,
Chief Counsel, Treas. Dep't, 1975-79; Ass't Prof., Howard, 1979-83;
Assoc. Prof., 1983-1990; Counsel, Hart, Carroll & Chavers, D.C., 1983-
85; Assoc. Dean & Prof., Howard, 1988-90; Acting Dean & Prof., 1990;
Assoc. Dean & Prof., since 1990; Courses Taught: Corporations, Estate
& Gift Taxation, Federal Taxation, Professional Responsibility, Wills
Trusts & Estates.
     A Dean's Role in Supporting Recruitment of Minority Faculty, 10
        ST. Louis U. PUB. L. REV. 347 (1991).
     Legal Issues in Mental Health, in HANDBOOK OF MENTAL HEALTH
        AND MENTAL DISORDER AMONG BLACK AMERICANS 211 (Dor-
        othy S. Ruiz-Smith ed., 1990).




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   Is There Life After Safe HarborLeasing?, 19 NEW ENG. L. REv.
       1 (1984).
   Taxes, in LEGAL RIGHTS OF CHILDREN (Robert M. Horowitz &
       Howard A. Davidson eds., 1984).

BULLOCK, JOAN R., Ass't Prof., University of Toledo College of
Law; Education: Michigan State Univ., B.A., 1980, Univ. of Toledo,
J.D., 1988, Univ. of Michigan, M.B.A., 1988; Law Journal: University
of Toledo Law Review; Admitted: Michigan 1983; Past Positions: Instr.,
Toledo, 1983-84; Ass't Prof., Georgia State, 1984-86; Certified Public
Accountant, Coopers & Lybrand, Detroit, Mich., 1988-90; Product
Specialist, G.M., Detroit, Mich., 1991; Ass't Prof., Toledo, since 1991;
Courses Taught: Agency & Partnership, Commercial Paper, Contracts,
Corporations, Secured Transactions.
    The Pebble in the Shoe: Making the Case for the Government
        Employee, 60 TENN. L. REv. (forthcoming 1993).
    National Security Interests vs. The FirstAmendment: Haig v. Agee,
        13 U. TOL. L. REv. 1437 (1982).

BURR, SHERRI L., Assoc. Prof., University of New Mexico School
of Law; Education: Mt. Holyoke Coll., A.B., 1981, Yale Law School,
J.D., 1985, Princeton Univ., M.P.A., 1988; Law Journal: Yale Journal
of International Law; Admitted: California 1987; Past Positions: Clerk,
Hon. Thomas Tang, 9th Cir., Phoenix, Ariz., 1985-86; Assoc., Pills-
bury, Madison & Sutro, San Fran., Cal., 1986-87; Ass't Prof., New
Mexico, 1988-91; Assoc. Prof., since 1991; Courses Taught: Art Law,
Intellectual Property, International Business Transactions, International
Law, International Trade Law, Introduction to Law, Property Law.
    500 Years After Columbus: Promoting and ProtectingMulticultur-
         alism in the Arts, 11 CARDOZO ARTS & ENT. L.J. 35 (1992).
    North American Trade: Barriers in Free Trade Arising from Differ-
         ences in InternaionalLaw, 1992 AM. Soc'Y INT'L L. PROC.
         141.
    Reflections on a Scholarly Agendafor the Beginning Law Professor,
         10 ST. Louis U. PUB. L. REv. 155 (1991).
    A CriticalAssessment of Reid's Work for Hire Framework and Its
         PotentialImpact on the Marketplacefor Scholarly Works, 24
         J. MARSHALL L. REv. 119 (1990).
     What's Going on in Intellectual Property Law?, 1990 AM. Soc'y
         INT'L L. PROC. 256.
    Health, Human Rights and International Law, 1988 AM. Soc'y
         INT'L L. PROC. 122.




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CALDWELL, PAULETTE M., Prof. & Dir., Root-Tilden-Snow Pro-
grams, New York University School of Law; Education: Howard Univ.,
J.D., 1969; Law Journal: Howard Law Journal; Admitted: New York
1972; Past Positions: Att'y, Patterson, Belknap, Webb & Tyler, N.Y.,
N.Y., 1969-72; Ass't Counsel, Ford Fdn., N.Y., N.Y., 1972-74; Att'y,
Patterson, Belknap, Webb & Tyler, N.Y., N.Y., 1974-79; Ass't Prof.,
New York Univ., 1979-80; Assoc. Prof., 1980-84; Prof., since 1984;
Courses Taught: Civil Rights, Non-Profit Corporations, Property, Real
Estate Transactions.
    A HairPiece:Perspectives on the Intersection ofRace and Gender,
        1991 DuKE L.J. 365.
    Reaffirming the DisproportionateEffects Standard of Liability in
        Title VII Litigation, 46 U. PITT. L. REV. 555 (1985).

CANCIA, SYLVIA, Prof., Inter American University School of Law;
Education: Inter American Univ., B.A., 1972, J.D., 1974, Tulane Univ.,
M.C.L., 1982; Law Journal: Inter American University Law Review;
Admitted: Puerto Rico 1975; Past Positions: Lect., Math., Coll. of Sacred
Heart, Santurce, P.R., 1971-72; Att'y Adv., Dep't H.E.W.-Social Se-
curity Admin. & Bur. of Hearings & Apps., Hato Rey, P.R., 1975-76;
Legal Adv., Dep't of Educ., Hato Rey, P.R., 1975; Ass't Prof., Inter
American, 1976-84; Assoc. Prof., 1984-91; Prof., since 1991; Courses
Taught: Family Law, Professional Ethics, Social Security Law.

CANDAL SEGUROLA, GEORGINA I., Ass't Prof. & Dir., Legal Aid
Clinic, University of Puerto Rico School of Law; Education: Univ. of
Puerto Rico, LL.B., 1970, Univ. of Puerto Rico, J.D., 1973; Law Jour-
nal: Puerto Rico Law Review; Admitted: Puerto Rico 1974; Past Posi-
tions: Hearing Examiner, Dep't of Consumer Affrs., P.R., 1973-74;
Att'y, Puerto Rico Legal Servs., 1974-75; Dir., 1975-86; Lect., Inter
American, 1985-86; Lect., Puerto Rico, 1985-86; Ass't Prof., since
1987; Courses Taught: Clinical Teaching, Constitutional Law.
     El Derecho a una Oportunidadpara EducacionPost-Secundariaa
         Estudiantes con Impedimento, 58 REv. JUR. U.P.R. 331 (1989).

CARRILLO, JO J., Ass't Prof., University of California, Hastings Col-
lege of the Law; Education: Stanford Univ., B.A., 1981, Univ. of New
Mexico, J.D., 1986, Stanford Law School, J.S.D. cand., 1991; Past
Positions: Att'y, Dep't of Human Servs., Albuquerque, N.M., 1987;
Vis. Scholar, Rutgers Univ., Women's Studies Dep't, 1988; Teaching
Fellow, Stanford, 1988-89; Spaeth Fellow, Stanford, 1989-91; Vis.
Scholar, Stanford, 1992-93; Ass't Prof., Univ. of Cal., Hastings, since




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1991; Courses Taught: Civil Procedure, Critical Race Theory, Estates,
Native American Law, Property.
    They Moved Away: Stories of Location and Relocation, 13 HARV.
        WOMEN'S L.J. 363 (1990).
    iPresente!Seven Hispanic GraduatesTell How They Came to Stan-
       ford, What It Was Like Here, and Where They Are Now, STAN-
        FORD LAW. Mar. 22, 1990 at 14.

CARRILLO, JOYCE, Ass't Clin. Prof., McGeorge School of Law,
University of the Pacific; Education: Cal. State Univ., L.A., B.A., 1970,
Univ. of Cal., Berkeley, J.D., 1977; Admitted: California 1977; Past
Positions: California Rural Legal Assistance, 1977-81; Solo Practitioner,
1982-85; Client Rights Advocate, Valley Mnt. Regional Ctr., 1985-90;
Ass't Clin. Prof., McGeorge, since 1990; Course Taught: Clinical
Program.

CHERENA PACHECO, YVONNE, Assoc. Dean, St. Mary's University
School of Law; Education: St. Thomas Aquinas Coll., B.A., 1972, John
Jay Coll. of Crim. Just., M.A., 1978, City Univ., N.Y., J.D., 1986,
Georgetown Univ., Grad. Fellow, 1986-88; Admitted: New York; Past
Positions: Teaching Fellow, Georgetown, 1986-88; Instr., District of
Columbia School of Law, 1988-90; Ass't Prof., 1990-92; Assoc. Dean,
St. Mary's, since 1992; Courses Taught: Clinical Teaching, Legal
Methods.
    Latino Surnames: Formal and Informal Forces in the U.S. Affect-
         ing the Retention and Use of the Maternal Surname, 18 T.
        MARSHALL L. REV. (forthcoming 1993).

CHEW, PAT K., Assoc. Prof., University of Pittsburgh School of Law;
Education: Stanford Univ., A.B., 1972, M.Ed., 1974, Univ. of Texas,
J.D., 1982; Admitted: Illinois 1982, California 1985; Past Positions: Att'y,
Baker & McKenzie, Chicago, Ill. & San Fran., Cal., 1982-85; Adj.
Prof., Univ. of Cal., Hastings, 1984-85; Ass't Prof., Pittsburgh, 1985-
89; Assoc. Prof., since 1989; Courses Taught: Alternative Dispute Res-
olution, Corporations, International Transactions.
    DIRECTORS' AND OFFICERS' LIABILITIES:                CURRENT LAW AND
       EMERGING TRENDS (forthcoming 1993).
    Faculty-GeneratedInventions: Who Owns the Golden Egg?, 1992
        Wis. L. REV. 259.
    Law and Your Economics: The Hidden Job Market and the In-
       House Interview, 10 ST. Louis U. PUB. L. REV. 247 (1991).
    Competing Interests in the Corporate Opportunity Doctrine, 67
       N.C. L. REV. 435 (1989).




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   A Proceduraland Substantive Analysis of the Fairness of Chinese
      and Soviet Foreign Trade Arbitrations, 21 TEx. INT'L L.J. 291
      (1986).
   (Under the name of Pat Chew-LaFitte) The Resolution of Trans-
      national Commercial Disputes in the People's Republic of
      China:A Guide for U.S. Practitioners,8 YALE J. WORLD PUB.
      ORD. 6 (1982).
   (Under the name of Pat Chew LaFitte) The Use of Social Science
      Techniques in the Jury Selection Process, 2 REV. LITIG. 199
      (1982).

CHINN, SALINA S., Instr., Southwestern University School of Law;
Education: Brown Univ., A.B., 1983, Univ. of Cal., Hastings, J.D.,
1987; Admitted: California 1987; Past Positions: Assoc., Paul, Hastings,
Janofsky & Walker, L.A., Cal., 1987-91; Instr., Southwestern, since
1991; Courses Taught: Intellectual Property, Legal Research & Writing.

CHON, MARGARET, Ass't Prof., Syracuse University College of Law;
Education: Cornell Univ., A.B., 1979, M.H.S.A., 1981, Univ. of Mich-
igan, J.D., 1986; Law Journal: Michigan Year Book of International
Legal Studies; Admitted: Pennsylvania 1986; Past Positions: Staff Att'y,
U.S.C.A., 3d Cir., Phila., Pa., 1986-87; Clerk, Hon. A. Leon Higgin-
botham, Jr., U.S.C.A., 3d Cir., Phila., Pa., 1987-88; Assoc., Schnader,
Harrison, Segal & Lewis, Phila., Pa., 1988-91; Ass't to Chief Judge,
Chief Judge Dolores K. Sloviter, U.S.C.A., 3d Cir., Phila., Pa., 1991;
Ass't Prof., Syracuse, since 1991; Courses Taught: Civil Procedure,
Computers & the Law, Legal Profession, Legal Research & Writing.

CLEAVER, KATHLEEN N., Ass't Prof., Emory University School of
Law; Education: Yale Coll., B.A., 1984, Yale Law School, J.D., 1988;
Admitted: New York 1990; Past Positions: Assoc., Cravath, Swaine &
Moore, N.Y., N.Y., 1989-91; Res. Fellow, Civil Liability Prog., Yale,
1991; Clerk, Hon. A. Leon Higginbotham, Jr., U.S.C.A., 3d Cir., Phila.,
Pa., 1991-92; Ass't Prof., Emory, since 1991; Courses Taught: Legal
Profession, Pre-Trial Litigation, Slavery & Anti-Slavery, Torts.

CHUTKAN, NOELLE E., Ass't Prof., Georgia State University College
of Law; Education: Univ. of the West Indies, M.A., 1968, Univ. of the
West Indies, Grad. Study, 1968-69, Emory Univ., J.D., 1988; Law
Journal: Emory Journal of International Dispute Resolution; Admitted:
Georgia 1986; Past Positions: Teacher, Alpha Acad., Jam., 1959-63;
Lect., St. Joseph's Teacher Trng. Coll., Jam., 1968-69; Lect., Coll. of
Arts, Sci. & Tech., Jam., 1969-79; Lect., Coll. of the Bahamas, Nassau,




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1980-85; Assoc., King & Spalding, Atlanta, Ga., 1988-90; Ass't Prof.,
Georgia State, since 1990; Courses Taught: Alternative Dispute Reso-
lution, Estates.

COLEMAN, MALINA, Ass't Prof., University of Akron, C. Blake
McDowell Law Center; Education: Central State Univ., B.S., 1980,
Yale Law School, J.D., 1985; Admitted: Pennsylvania 1987; Past Posi-
tions: Indep. Research, D.C., 1985-86; Pres., New Muse Toy Co.,
Akron, Ohio, since 1987; Ass't to Dir., Adms., Univ. of Akron, 1988-
89; Vis. Ass't Prof., 1989-90; Ass't Prof., since 1990; Courses Taught:
Contracts, Family Law.

COOPER, MARKITA D., Vis. Ass't Prof., Golden Gate University
School of Law; Education: Stanford Univ., A.B., 1979, Univ. of Vir-
ginia, J.D., 1982; Admitted: California 1982; Past Positions: Att'y, Pills-
bury, Madison & Sutro, San Fran., Cal., 1982-84; Att'y, Wilson, Son-
sini, Goodrich & Rosati, Palo Alto, Cal., 1984-87; Att'y, Alexander,
Millner & McGee, San Fran., Cal., 1987-91; Vis. Ass't Prof., Golden
Gate, since 1991; Courses Taught: Corporations, Employment Law.

CRANE, LINDA R., Ass't Prof., John Marshall Law School; Education:
Univ. of Illinois, B.A.S., 1977, Northwestern Univ., M.B.A., J.D.,
1981; Admitted: Illinois 1983; Past Positions: Fin. Consult., Merrill
Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Smith, Chicago, Ill., 1983-86; V.P., Bear,
Stearns & Co., Inc., Chicago, Ill., 1987-89; Part., Boyd & Crane,
Chicago, Ill., since 1989; Ass't Prof., John Marshall, since 1989; Courses
Taught: Commercial Paper, Property Law, Securities Regulation.
    Family Value and the Supreme Court, 25 CONN. L. REv. (forth-
        coming 1993).
    Colorizing the Law School Experience, 1991 Wis. L. REV. 1427.

CRENSHAW, KIMBERLI WILLIAMS, Prof., University of California
at Los Angeles School of Law; Education: Cornell Univ., B.A., 1981,
Harvard Law School, J.D., 1984, Univ. of Wisconsin, LL.M., 1985;
Past Positions: Clerk, Hon. Shirley S. Abrahamson, Wis. Sup. Ct., 1985-
86; Acting Prof., U.C.L.A., 1986-91; Vis. Prof., Columbia, spring 1992;
Prof., U.C.L.A., since 1991; Courses Taught: Civil Rights, Constitu-
tional Law, Criminal Law, Voting Rights, Women & the Law.
    CRITICAL RACE THEORY (forthcoming 1993) (ed. with Neil Gotanda
        & Kendall Thomas).
   WORDS THAT WOUND: CRITICAL RACE THEORY, ASSAULTIVE
        SPEECH AND THE FIRST AMENDMENT              (1992) (with Richard Del-
        gado, Charles Lawrence & Mari Matsuda).




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   Mapping the Margins: Identity Politics, Intersectionality and Vio-
      lence Against Women of Color, 45 STAN. L. REV. (forthcoming
      1993).
   Rape, Batteringand Women of Color, 45 STAN. L. REV. (forthcom-
      ing 1993).
   Reel Time/Real Justice, in READING RODNEY KING, READING UR-
      BAN UPRISING 56 (Robert Gooding-Williams ed., 1993) (with
      Gary Peller).
   Sexual Harassment and African-American Women, 65 S. CAL. L.
       REV. 1467 (1992).
    Whose Story Is It, Anyway? Feminist andAntiracistAppropriations
       of Anita Hill, in RACE-ING    JUSTICE, EN-GENDERING POWER             402
      (Toni Morrison ed., 1992).
   Foreword to Voting Rights: Strategiesfor Legal and Community
      Action, 11 NAT'L BLACK L.J. 1 (1989).
   Demarginalizing the Intersection of Race and Gender: A Black
      Feminist Critique of Antidiscrimination Law and Feminist Ju-
      risprudence, 1989 U. CHI. LEGAL F. 139.
   Race, Reform, and Retrenchment: Transformation and Legitima-
      tion in AntidiscriminationLaw, 101 HARV. L. REV. 1331 (1988).

CRIST, MARIA PEREZ, Instr., University of Dayton School of Law;
Education: Northwestern Univ., B.A., 1978, Univ. of Michigan, J.D.,
1981; Admitted: Ohio 1981; Past Positions: Assoc. Att'y, Lefevre, Fos-
ter, Wannemacher & Baer, Troy, Ohio, 1981-83; Instr., Univ. of Day-
ton, since 1989; Courses Taught: Clinical Teaching, Legal Profession.

CROOM, ADA N., Ass't Prof., Dickinson School of Law; Education:
Palomar Coll., A.A., 1979, Wright State Univ., B.A., 1982, Univ. of
Dayton, J.D., 1985; Law Journal: University of Dayton Law Review;
Admitted: Ohio 1985; Past Positions: Defense Counsel, USN, JAGC,
Norfolk, Va., 1986-88; Staff Judge Advocate, Beeville, Tex., 1988-90;
Ass't Prof., Dickinson, since 1990; Courses Taught: Agency & Partner-
ship, Contracts, Negotiable Instruments Law.
    (Under the name of Ada Long Croom) Criminal Justice Act: the
        Quest for the ProperStandard To Be Applied in Subsection (e)
        Review, 10 U. DAYTON L. REV. 147 (1984).

CURRY, LUELLEN, Ass't Prof., Wake Forest University School of
Law; Education: Northwestern Univ., J.D., 1982; Admitted: North Car-
olina 1983; Past Positions: Staff Att'y, Legal Aid Soc. of Nw. N.C.,
Inc., Winston-Salem, N.C., 1982-88; Ass't Prof., Wake Forest, since




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1989; Courses Taught: Consumer Law, Governmental Tort Immunities,
Legal Research & Writing, Torts.

CURTIS, WILLIE M.J., Ass't Dean, Student Affrs., University of Ar-
izona College of Law; Education: Univ. of Arizona, B.A., 1971, M.A.,
1973, Ph.D., 1975, Univ. of Cal., Berkeley, J.D., 1982; Law Journal:
Industrial Relations Law Journal; Admitted: California 1983, Arizona
1990; Past Positions: Clerk, U.S.C.A., 9th Cir., San Fran., Cal., 1982-
84; Assoc., Crosby, Heafey, Roach & May, Oakland, Cal., 1984-85;
Dep. Att'y Gen. & Supv'g Dep. Att'y Gen., San Fran., Cal., 1985-90;
Ass't Dean, Student Affrs., Univ. of Arizona, since 1990; Courses
Taught: Advanced Legal Writing, Clinical Practice.

DARK, OKIANER CHRISTIAN, Prof., University of Richmond, The
T. C. Williams School of Law; Education: Upsala Coll., B.A., 1976,
Rutgers Univ., J.D., 1979; Admitted: New Jersey 1979, Pennsylvania
1979, Virginia 1988; Past Positions: Trial Att'y, U.S. Dep't of Just.,
Antitrust Div., D.C., 1979-84; Spec. Ass't U.S. Att'y, D.C., 1982; Trial
Att'y, U.S. Dep't of Just., Civil Div., D.C., 1984; Ass't Prof., Rich-
mond, 1984-87; Assoc. Prof., 1988-90; Prof., since 1990; Courses
Taught: Advanced Torts, Antitrust, Legal Research & Writing, Products
Liability, Selected Topics in Torts, Torts.
    Cosmic Consciousness:Teaching on the Frontiers,38 Loy. L. REV.
         101 (1992).
    Racial Insults: "Keep Thy Tongue FromEvil", 24 SUFFOLK L. REV.
         559 (1990).
    Is the National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act of 1986 the Solution
        for the DTP Controversy?, 19 U. TOL. L. REV. 799 (1988).

DAVIS, ADRIENNE D., Ass't Prof., University of San Francisco School
of Law; Education: Yale Coll., B.A., Yale Law School, J.D.; Past
Positions: Clerk, Hon. A. Leon Higginbotham, Jr., U.S.C.A., 3d Cir.,
Phila., Pa., 1992, Ass't Prof., .Univ. of San Francisco, since 1990;
Courses Taught: Critical Race & Feminist Theory, Property I, Property
II, Race Discrimination.
     Uncovering and Recovering Slavery, 69 CHI.-KENT L. REV. (forth-
        coming 1993).
     The Legacy of Doubt: Treatment of Sex and Race in the Hill-
        Thomas Hearings, 65 S. CAL. L. REV. 1367 (1992) (with Ste-
        fanie M. Wildman).

DAVIS, GLORIA J., Vis. Ass't Prof., Widener University School of
Law; Education: Howard Univ., B.A., 1984, J.D., 1987; Admitted:




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Pennsylvania 1987; Past Positions: Assoc., Rhoads & Sinon, Harrisburg,
Pa., 1987-91; Vis. Ass't Prof., Widener, since 1991; Courses Taught:
Alternative Dispute Resolution, Property.

DAVIS, PEGGY C., Prof., New York University School of Law; Edu.
cation: Western Coll. for Women, B.A., 1964, Harvard Law School,
J.D., 1968, New York Soc. of Freudian Psychologists, Grad. Study,
1972-73; Admitted: New York 1969; Past Positions: Staff Att'y, Wil-
liamsburg Legal Servs., N.Y., N.Y., 1968-69; Reginald Heber Smith
Fellow, Community Action for Legal Servs., N.Y., N.Y., 1969-70;
Assoc., Poletti, Freidin, Prashken, Feldman & Gurtner, N.Y., N.Y.,
1970-72; Clerk, Hon. Robert L. Carter, N.Y., N.Y., 1972-73; Staff
Att'y, NAACP Legal Defense Fund, N.Y., N.Y., 1973-77; Assoc. Prof.,
Rutgers, 1977-78; Dep. Crim. Just. Coord., N.Y., N.Y., 1979-80; Judge,
Family Ct., N.Y., N.Y., 1980-83; Assoc. Prof., New York Univ., 1983-
87; Prof., since 1987; Courses Taught: Clinical Teaching, Domestic Re-
lations, Evidence, Law & Social Science.
     Neglected Stories and the Lawfulness of Roe v. Wade, 28 HARV.
        C.L.-C.R. L. REV. (forthcoming 1993).
   Contextual Legal Criticism:A DemonstrationExploring Hierarchy
      and "Feminine" Style, 66 N.Y.U. L. REV. 1635 (1991).
   Law as Microaggression, 98 YALE L.J. 1559 (1989).
    "There Is a Book Out ....     ":   An Analysis of JudicialAbsorption
      of Legislative Facts, 100 HARV. L. REV. 1539 (1987).
   Family Evaluation and the Development of Standards for Child
        Custody Determination, 19 COLUM. J.L. & Soc. PROBS. 505
       (1985) (with Richard G. Dudley).
    Use and Abuse of the Power To Sever Family Bonds, 12 N.Y.U.
       REV. L. & Soc. CHANGE 557 (1984).

DE LA VEGA, CONNIE M.V., Ass't Prof., University of San Francisco
School of Law; Education: Scripps Coll., B.A., 1975, Univ. of Cal.,
Berkeley, J.D., 1978; Law Journal: Industrial Relations Law Journal;
Admitted: California 1979; Past Positions: Staff Att'y, Legal Aid Soc. of
Alameda Cty., Hayward, Cal., 1979-82; Mng. Att'y, Oakland, Cal.,
1982-89; Student Coord. & Staff Att'y, 1988-89; Staff Att'y, East Palo
Alto Community Law Proj., Palo Alto, Cal., 1989-90; Ass't Clin. Prof.,
Univ. of San Francisco, since 1990; Courses Taught: Clinical Teaching,
International Human Rights.
     Using InternationalHuman Rights Law in State andFederalCases,
        22 CLEARINGHOUSE REV. 1242 (1989).
    Comments: The Symposium on InternationalHuman Rights Law
        in State and FederalCourts, 18 INT'L LAW. 71 (1984).




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   Application of InternationalHuman Rights Law in State and Fed-
      eral Courts, 18 TEx INT'L L.J. 291 (1983) (with Cathryn Burke,
      Sandra Oliver & Steve Rosenbaum).

DELK, PAULETTE J., Assoc. Prof., Memphis State University, Cecil
C. Humphreys School of Law; Education: Fisk Univ., B.A., 1967,
Atlanta Univ., M.S.W., 1969, DePaul Univ., J.D., 1980; Admitted: Il-
linois 1980, Tennessee 1984; Past Positions: Att'y, Winston & Strawn,
Chicago, Ill., 1981-83; Att'y, Heiskell, Donelson, Bearman, et al.,
Memphis, Tenn., 1983-85; Att'y, Holiday Corp., Memphis, Tenn.,
1985-86; Vis. Ass't Prof., Memphis State, 1987-88; Ass't Prof., 1988-
1993, Assoc. Prof., since 1993; Courses Taught: Creditors' & Debtors'
Rights, Franchising, Remedies, Secured Transactions.
    Payments by Check as Voidable Preferences: The Impact of Barn-
         hill v. Johnson, 45 ME. L. REv. (forthcoming 1993).
    Lien Avoidance Under Section 522(f) of the Bankruptcy Code: The
         Winding Road to the Supreme Court, 26 WAKE FoREST L. REV.
         879 (1991).

DICKSON, SALLY M., Assoc. Dean, Student Affrs., Stanford Law
School; Education: City Coll., N.Y., B.A., 1972, Rutgers Univ., J.D.,
1975; Past Positions: Acad. Dean, New Coll. Law School of Cal., 1976-
82; Instr., 1977-1982; Dir., Acad. Assist. Prog., Golden Gate, 1982-88;
Dir., Acad. Support Prog., Santa Clara, 1985-86; Ass't Dean, Golden
Gate, 1986-88; Ass't Dean, Student Affrs., Stanford, 1988-90; Assoc.
Dean, Student Affrs., since 1990; Courses Taught: Administrative Law,
Criminal Law, Legal Method.

DOMINGUEZ-URBAN, ILEANA, Ass't Prof., Southern Illinois Uni-
versity School of Law; Education: Princeton Univ., A.B., 1983, North-
western Univ., J.D., 1986; Law Journal: Northwestern University Law
Review; Admitted: Illinois 1986; Past Positions: Assoc., Schiff, Hardin
& Waite, Chicago, Ill., 1986-91; Ass't Prof., Southern Illinois, since
1991; Courses Taught: Estates, Federal Taxation, Law & Medicine, Law
& Science, Law & Social Science, Property, Trusts.

DUNCAN, ALLYSON K., Assoc. Prof., North Carolina Central Uni-
versity School of Law; Education: Duke Univ., J.D., 1975; Admitted:
North Carolina 1975, District of Columbia 1976; Past Positions: Exec.
Ass't to Chair, E.E.O.C., D.C., 1984-86; Acting Legal Counsel, 1986-
87; Ass't Prof., North Carolina Central, 1986-90; Assoc. Prof., since
1990; Courses Taught: Employment Discrimination, Property, Trial &
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    HUMAN RIGHTS AT HOME (1990).
    NORTH CAROLINA APPELLATE ADVOCACY               (1989).
    INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS          (1975).
    FetalProtectionand the Exclusion of Women from the Toxic Work-
       place, 18 N.C. CENT. L.J. 67 (1989).
ECHOLS, MARSHA, Prof. & Dir., Grad. Program, Howard University
School of Law; Education: Howard Univ., B.A., 1965, Georgetown
Univ. Law Center, J.D., 1968, Univ. of Brussels, LL.M., 1973; Admit-
ted: District of Columbia 1967; Past Positions: Legal Consult., Law Off.
of Franz Boas, Brussels, Belg., 1973-74; Att'y/Adv'r, Overseas Private
Investment Corp., D.C., 1974-75; Ass't to Admin. of the Foreign Agric.
Serv., Dep't of Agric., D.C., 1979-81; Att'y, Max Berry, D.C., 1981-
86; Prof., Howard, since 1986; Courses Taught: Commercial Law, In-
ternational Business Transactions, International Law, Problems of
World Order.
    Introduction to InternationalTrade Conference, 27 How. L.J. 929
         (1984).
     Section 301: Access to ForeignMarkets from an Agricultural Per-
        spective, 6 INT'L TRADE L.J. 4 (1981).
EPPS, JO ANNE A., Assoc. Prof. & Assoc. Dean, Acad. Affrs., Temple
University School of Law; Education: Trinity Coll., B.A., 1973, Yale
Law School, J.D., 1976; Admitted: California 1976, District of Columbia
1982, Pennsylvania 1991; Past Positions: Dep. City Att'y, L.A., Cal.,
1976-80; Ass't U.S. Att'y, Phila., Pa., 1980-85; Vis. Ass't Prof., Tem-
ple, 1985-87; Ass't Prof., 1987-89; Assoc. Prof. & Assoc. Dean, Acad.
Affrs., since 1989; Courses Taught: Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure,
Evidence, Trial Advocacy.
    Passing the Confrontation Clause Stop Sign: Is All Hearsay Con-
         stitutionally Admissible?, 77 Ky. L.J. 7 (1988).
    The Bail Reform Act of 1984, in CRIMINAL         DEFENSE TECHNIQUES
        (Matthew Bender ed., 1986).
ESPENOZA, CECELIA M., Ass't Prof., University of Denver College
of Law; Education: Univ. of Utah, B.A., 1979, J.D., 1982; Admitted:
Utah 1982, Colorado 1991; Past Positions:, Dir., Migrant Unit, Utah
Legal Servs. Inc., Salt Lake City, Utah, 1982-84; City Prosecutor,
Sandy City, Utah, 1984-86; Sr. City Prosecutor, Salt Lake City, Utah,
1986-90; Ass't Prof., Univ. of Denver, since 1990; Courses Taught:
Criminal Justice, Evidence, Immigration Law.
ESPINOZA, LESLIE G., Clin. Prof., Boston College Law School; Ed-
ucation: Univ. of Redlands, B.A., 1974, Harvard Law School, J.D.,




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1977; Admitted: California 1978, Massachusetts 1978; Past Positions:
Res. & Writing Fellow, Boston Coll., 1978-80; Res. & Writing Fellow,
CLEO, Boston, Mass., 1980-81; Ass't Att'y Gen., Boston, Mass.,
1982-87; Adj. Fac., New England, 1984-87; Assoc. Prof., Univ. of
Arizona, 1987-89; Vis. Prof., Boston Coll., 1989-91; Prof., Univ. of
Arizona, on leave, since 1992; Clin. Prof., Boston Coll., since 1992;
Courses Taught: Civil Law Clinic, Feminist Jurisprudence, Health Care
Law, Nonprofit Organizations, Trusts & Estates, Women & Law.
    Dissecting Women, Dissecting Law: Court-Ordered Cesarean Op-
        erations, 13 NAT'L BLACK L.J. (forthcoming 1993).
    Labeling Scholarship:Recognition or Barrierto Legitimacy, 10 ST.
        Louis U. PUB. L. REV. 197 (1991).
    Strainingthe Quality of Mercy: Abandoning the Questfor Informed
        CharitableGiving, 64 S. CAL. L. REV. 605 (1991).
    Masks and Other Disguises:Exposing Legal Academia, 103 HARV.
        L. REV. 1878 (1990).
    Constructing a ProfessionalEthic: Law School Lessons and Le-
        sions, 4 BERKELEY WOMEN'S L.J. 215 (1989).
   Empowerment and Achievement in Minority Law Student Pro-
      grams: ConstructingAffirmative Action, 22 U. MICH. J.L. REF.
      281 (1989).

EVANS, MONICA J., Ass't Prof., Santa Clara University School of
Law; Education: Sarah Lawrence Coll., B.A., 1981, Stanford Law
School, J.D., 1986; Law Journal: Stanford Law Review; Admitted: New
York 1987, California 1989; Past Positions: Assoc., Cadwalader, Wick-
ersham & Taft, N.Y., N.Y., 1986-88; Assoc., Shearman & Sterling,
San Fran., Cal., 1988-91; Ass't Prof., Santa Clara, since 1991; Courses
Taught: Business Planning, Constitutional Law, Torts.
    Stealing Away: Black Women, Outlaw Culture, and the Rhetoric of
        Rights, 28 HARV. C.R.-C.L. L. REV. (forthcoming 1993).

FAIN, CONSTANCE FRISBY, Prof., Texas Southern University, Thur-
good Marshall School of Law; Education: Cheyney Univ., B.S., 1970,
Texas Southern Univ., J.D., 1974, Univ. of Pennsylvania LL.M., 1981;
Admitted: Texas 1975, Pennsylvania 1981; Past Positions: Att'y, Fun-
chess, Long & Hannah, Houston, Tex., 1976; Instr., Texas Southern,
1976-79; Dir., Legal Skills Prog., since 1978; Ass't Prof., 1979-82;
Assoc. Prof., 1982-88; Prof., since 1988; Courses Taught: Appellate
Litigation, Case Analysis, Commercial Torts, Constitutional Law, Legal
Research & Writing, Moot Court, Post-Conviction Remedies, Profes-
sional Liability & Analysis, Torts.




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   PersonalInjury: Actions, Defences andDamages, in PROFESSIONAL
      LIABILITY (Matthew Bender ed., 1991).
   Clergy Malpractice:Liabilityfor Negligent Counseling and Sexual
      Misconduct, 12 Miss. C. L. REv. 97 (1991).
   PersonalInjury: Actions, Defenses andDamages, in ASSAULT AND
      BATTERY (Matthew Bender ed., 1990).
   Wrongful Life: Legal and Medical Aspects, 75 Ky. L.J. 585 (1987).
   A Comprehensive Legal Communication Skills Program:The Thur-
      good Marshall Model, 1982 S. ILL. U. L.J. 1.
   Conjugal Violence: Legal and Psychosociological Remedies, 32
       SYRACUSE L. REV. 497 (1981).

FLETCHER-SHARPE, CAROLYN, Ass't Dean, Alumni Rel. & Career
Services, University of Detroit Mercy School of Law; Education: Univ.
of Virginia, B.A., 1982, J.D., 1985; Law Journal: Virginia Journal of
International Law; Admitted: Michigan 1986; Past Positions: Assoc.,
Dickinson, Wright et al., Detroit, Mich., 1985-87; Assoc., Miro, Miro
& Weiner, Bloomfield Hills, Mich., 1987-90; Ass't Dean, Univ. of De-
troit, since 1990; Courses Taught: Criminal Law, Civil Rights, Law-
Related Education for Non-Lawyers.

FRATICELLI, MIGDALIA, Assoc. Prof., Inter American University
School of Law; Education: Cath. Univ. of Puerto Rico, B.A., 1970,
Univ. of Puerto Rico, J.D., 1973, Paris II, France, Diplome Superieur
de l'Universite, 1979; Law Journal: Revista Juridica de la Universidad
Puerto Rico; Admitted: Puerto Rico 1973; Past Positions: Hearing Ex-
aminer, Dep't Cons. Affrs., P.R., 1974-75; Trial Lawyer, 1975-77; Con-
suit., Sup. Ct., P.R., 1980; Instr., Inter American, 1981; Ass't Prof.,
1981-86; Assoc. Prof., since 1986; Courses Taught: Contracts, Family
Law, Juvenile Law, Legal Aid Clinic, Legal Research, Obligations.
     (Under the name of Migdalia Fraticelli-Torres), La Selecci6n y el
        Entrenamiento de Jueces en Espafia, Francia,Alemania Oc-
         cidental e Inglaterra, 43 REv. COL. AB. P.R. 19 (1982) (with
         Luiz Muniz-Arguelles); also as Selection and TrainingofJudges
         in Spain, France, West Germany, and England, 8 B. C. INT'L
         & COMp. L. REV. 1 (1987) (with Luiz Muniz-Arguelles).

GABALDON, THERESA A., Assoc. Prof., George Washington Univer-
sity National Law Center; Education: Univ. of Arizona, B.S., 1975,
Harvard Law School, J.D., 1978; Admitted: Arizona 1978, District of
Columbia 1990; Past Positions: Assoc., Snell & Wilmer, Phoenix, Ariz.,
1978-83; Part., 1984-87; Assoc. Prof., Univ. of Arizona, 1984-87; As-
soc. Prof., Univ. of Colorado, 1987-90; Assoc. Prof., George Washing-




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ton, since 1990; Courses Taught: Contracts, Corporations, Legal Profes-
sion, Securities Regulation.
    The Lemonade Stand: Feminist and Other Reflections on the Lim-
         ited Liability of Corporate Shareholders, 45 VAND. L. REV.
         1387 (1992).
    Causation, Courts, and Congress:A Study of Contradictionin the
         FederalSecurities Laws, 31 B.C. L. REv. 1027 (1990).
    Free Riders and the Greedy Gadfly: Examining Aspects of Share-
         holder Litigation as an Exercise in Integrating Ethical Regu-
         lation and Laws of General Applicability, 73 MINN. L. REV.
         425 (1988).
    The Disclosureof PreliminaryMergerNegotiationsas an Imperfect
        Paradigm of Rule 10b-5 Analysis, 62 N.Y.U. L. REv. 1218
         (1987).
    Unclean Hands and Self-Inflicted Wounds: The Significance of
        Plaintiff Conduct in Actions for Misrepresentation under Rule
         10b-5, 71 MINN. L. REV. 317 (1986).

GANA, RUTH L., Vis. Assoc. Prof., University of Oklahoma Law
Center; Education: Univ. of Jos (Nigeria), LL.B., 1989, Nigerian Law
School, B.L., 1990, Harvard Law School, LL.M., 1991; Courses
Taught: Intellectual Property, International Transactions, Law &
Economics.

GARCIA, EMMALIND, Assoc. Prof., Inter American University
School of Law; Education: Univ. of Puerto Rico, B.A., 1972, J.D.,
1976, New York Univ., LL.M., 1985; Admitted: Puerto Rico 1979; Past
Positions: Staff Att'y, State Ins. Fund, P.R., 1977-78; Staff Att'y, Puerto
Rico Legal Servs. Corp., 1978-86; Ass't Prof., Inter American, 1986-
91; Adj. Prof., Inst. of Labor Rels., Puerto Rico, since 1984; Assoc.
Prof., Inter American Univ., since 1991; Courses Taught: Clinical Teach-
ing, Employment Discrimination, Employment Law-Wages & Hours,
Labor Law, Sex Discrimination.
    ERISA: Its FiduciaryDuties and Investments for Social Purposes,
         23 REv. JUR. U.I. 53 (1988).

GAUNA, EILEEN P., Assoc. Prof., Southwestern University School of
Law; Education: Univ. of New Mexico, J.D., 1985; Admitted: New
Mexico 1985; Past Positions: Clerk, N.M. Sup. Ct., Santa Fe, N.M.,
1985-86; Assoc., The Poole Law Firm, Albuquerque, N.M., 1985-91;
Ass't Prof., Southwestern, since 1991; Courses Taught: Commercial
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GILBERT, M. SHANARA, Assoc. Prof., City University of New York
at Queens College; Education: Syracuse Univ., B.A., 1973, Univ. of
Pennsylvania, J.D., 1980; Admitted: District of Columbia 1981, Mas-
sachusetts 1988, New York 1990; Past Positions: Staff Att'y, D.C. Public
Defender Serv., 1980-85; Staff Att'y, Com. for Public Counsel Servs.,
Boston, Mass., 1985-88; Adj. Prof., CUNY at Queens, 1988; Vis. Ass't
Prof., 1988-89; Ass't Prof., 1989-90; Assoc. Prof., since 1990; Courses
Taught: Criminal Defense Clinical Teaching, Criminal Justice, Criminal
Procedure, Evidence.
    An Ounce of Prevention:A ConstitutionalPrescription      for Choice
        of Venue in Racially Sensitive CriminalCases, 67 TUL. L. REv.
        (forthcoming 1993).
    Racism and Retrenchment in Capital Sentencing: Judicial and
        CongressionalHaste Toward the Ultimate Injustice, 18 N.Y.U.
        REv. L. & Soc. CHANGE 51 (1990).

GILMORE, ANGELA, Ass't Prof., Nova University Center for the
Study of Law; Education: Houghton College, B.A., 1985, Univ. of
Pittsburgh, J.D., 1988; Admitted: Maryland 1988; Past Positions: Assoc.,
Weinberg & Green, Baltimore, Md., 1988-90; Vis. Prof., Univ. of Iowa,
1990-92; Ass't Prof., Nova Univ., since 1992; Courses Taught: Con-
tracts, Employment Discrimination, Professional Responsibility,
Property.
    It Is Better To Speak, 6 BERKELEY WOMEN'S L.J. 74 (1991).

GLASCO, ANITA L., Prof., Southwestern University School of Law;
Education: Univ. of Southern Cal., A.B., 1964, Harvard Law School,
J.D., 1967, Univ. of Chicago, M.C.L., 1970, Fellow, Inst. Fr. Lang. &
Civ., Univ. of G., summer 1968, Fellow, Inst. Fr. Lang. & Civ., Univ.
of Pau, summer 1969, Fellow, Inst. Fr. Lang. & Civ., Univ. of Paris,
Sept.-Oct. 1969, Comp. Law Fellow, Univ. of Aix-Marseilles, 1969-70;
Admitted: California 1968; Past Positions: Part., Smith & Glasco, L.A.,
Cal., 1971-72; Assoc. Prof., Southwestern, 1972-75; Prof., since 1975;
Vis. Prof., Univ. of Tennessee, spring 1980; Courses Taught: Civil Lib-
erties, Comparative Law, Contracts, Equity, Remedies.

GORDON, RUTH E., Assoc. Prof., Villanova University School of
Law; Education: New York Univ., B.A., 1977, J.D., 1980, London Sch.
of Econ. & Pol. Sci., LL.M., 1987; Admitted: New York 1980, District
of Columbia 1982; Past Positions: Clerk, Hon. John L. Kane, U.S.D.C.,
Denver, Colo., 1980-81; Staff Att'y, Lawyers' Com. for Civil Rts.
Under Law, D.C., 1981-84; Assoc., Blum, Nash & Railsback, D.C.,
1984-85; Counsel, Ambassador Robert Van Lierop, N.Y., N.Y., 1988-




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90; Revson Fellow, CUNY, 1989-90; Assoc. Prof., Villanova, since
1990; Courses Taught: Contracts, International Environmental Law, In-
ternational Organizations.
    Foreign Governments in United States Courts, 1991 AM. Soc. INT'L
        L. PROC. 251.

GREEN, LEONA S., Assoc. Prof., Northern Illinois University College
of Law; Education: Northwestern Univ., J.D., 1976; Admitted: Illinois
1976; Past Positions: Clerk, Hon. Glenn T. Johnson, Ill. App. Ct., Chi-
cago, Ill., 1977-78; Att'y, Chicago Housing Auth., Ill., 1978-79; Admin.
Judge, U.S. Merit Sys. Protec. Bd., Chicago, Ill., 1979-84; Sr. Att'y,
City of Chicago, Corp. C ounsel's Off., Ill., 1984-86; Dir. of Personnel,
Chicago Park Dist., Ill., 1987-90; Vis. Assoc. Prof., Northern Illinois,
1990-91; Assoc. Prof., since 1991; Courses Taught: Alternative Dispute
Resolution, Employment Discrimination, Local Government, Local
Government, Public Sector Labor Law.

GREEN, SHELBY D., Assoc. Prof., Nova University Center for the
Study of Law; Education: Towson State, B.S., 1976, Georgetown Univ.,
J.D., 1980; Admitted: New York 1981, District of Columbia 1982; Past
Positions: Assoc., Nixon, Hargrave, Devans & Doyle, D.C. & Roch-
ester, N.Y., 1980-84; Att'y, D.C., 1984-87; Ass't Prof., Nova, 1987-
90; Assoc. Prof., since 1990; Courses Taught: Communications Law,
Corporations, Property.
    Corporate Philanthropy and the Business Benefit: The Need for
         Clarity, 20 GOLDEN GATE U. L. REV. 239 (1991).
    Defending the "Time Culture": The Public and Private Interest of
         Media Corporations,43 FED. COMM. L.J. 391 (1991).
     The Illusion of Fairness through Special Committees in Manage-
         ment Buyouts, 18 W. ST. L. REV. 161 (1990).

GREENE, LINDA SHERYL, Prof., University of Wisconsin Law
School; Education: Cal. State Univ., Long Beach, A.B., 1970, Univ. of
Cal., Berkeley, J.D., 1974, Hague Acad. of Int'l Law, Grad. Study,
1985; Admitted: California 1975; Past Positions: Att'y, NAACP Legal
Def. & Educ. Fund, N.Y., N.Y., 1974-77; Att'y, L.A. City Att'y, Cal.,
1977-78; Ass't Prof., Temple, 1978-81; Assoc. Prof., Oregon, 1981-86;
Vis. Prof., Harvard, 1984; Vis. Prof., Georgetown, 1985-86; Counsel,
U.S. Senate Jud. Com., D.C., 1986-89; Prof., Wisconsin, since 1989;
Courses Taught: Civil Procedure, Constitutional Law, Employment Dis-
crimination, Legislation, Race-Conscious Remedies.
     Multiculturalismas Metaphor, 41 DEPAUL L. REV. 1173 (1992).




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   Civil Rights at the Millennium-A Response to Bell's CallforRacial
       Realism, 24 CONN. L. REv. 499 (1992).
   Serving the Community: Aspiration and Abyss for the Law Profes-
       sor of Color, 10 ST. Louis U. PuB. L. REV. 297 (1991).
   Tokens, Role Models, and PedagogicalPolitics: Lamentations of
       an African-American Female Law Professor, 6 BERKELEY
       WOMEN'S L.J. 81 (1991).
   Race in the 21st Century:Equality Through Law?, 64 TUL. L. REV.
       (1990).
   Twenty Years of Civil Rights: How Firm a Foundation?, 37 RUT-
       GERS L. REv. 707 (1985).
   Equal Employment Opportunity Law Twenty Years After the Civil
       Rights Act of 1964: Prospectsfor the Realization of Equality in
       Employment, 18 SUFFOLK U. L. REV. 593 (1984).
   The New NCAA Rules of the Game: Academic Integrity or Ra-
       cism?, 28 ST. Louis U. L.J. 101 (1984).
   Nationalism, Federalism and Political Consensus, 8 BLACK L.J.
       399 (1983).
   Title VII Class Actions: Standing at Its Edge?, 58 U. DET. J. URB.
       L. 645 (1981).
   JudicialImplication of Remedies for Federal Statutory Violations:
        The Separationof Powers Concerns, 53 TEMP. L.Q. 469 (1980).

GRILLO, TRINA, Assoc. Prof., University of San Francisco School of
Law; Education: Univ. of California, Berkeley, A.B., 1969, Univ. of
Minnesota, J.D., 1974; Law Journal: Minnesota Law Review; Admitted:
California 1975; Past Positions: Clerk, U.S.D.C., W.D. Wis., 1974-75;
Ass't Prof., Univ. of Cal., Hastings, 1977-81; Att'y, Altshuler & Ber-
zon, San Fran., Cal., 1981-83; Att'y, Mediator, Oakland, Cal., 1984-
89; Vis. Ass't Prof., San Francisco, 1986-87; Ass't Prof., 1987-1992;
Assoc. Prof., since 1992; Courses Taught: Alternative Dispute Resolu-
tion, Mediation, Negotiation, Torts.
     The Mediation Alternative:ProcessDangersfor Women, 100 YALE
         L.J. 1545 (1991).
     Obscuring the Importance of Race: The Implication of Making
         Comparisons Between Racism and Sexism (or Other -isms),
         1991 DUKE L.J. 397 (with Stephanie M. Wildman).

GUERRA, SANDRA, Ass't Prof., University of Houston Law Center;
Education: Yale Coil., B.A., 1985, Yale Law School, J.D., 1988; Law
Journal: Yale Law Journal; Admitted: New York 1988; Past Positions:
Ass't D.A., N.Y., N.Y., 1988-90; Ass't Prof., Houston, since 1990;
Courses Taught: Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure.




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    Domestic Drug Interdiction Operations:Finding the Balance, 82 J.
        CRiM. L. & CRIMINOLOGY 1109 (1992).
    Voting Rights and the Constitution:The Disenfranchisementof the
        Non-English Speaking Citizen, 97 YALE L.J. 1419 (1988).

GUINIER, LANI, Prof., University of Pennsylvania Law School; Edu-
cation: Harvard & Radcliffe Coll., B.A., 1971, Yale Law School, J.D.,
1974; Admitted: Michigan 1975, District of Columbia 1981; Past Posi-
tions: Clerk, Hon. Damon J. Keith, Detroit, Mich., 1974-76; Juv. Ct.
Referee, Wayne Cty., Detroit, Mich., 1976-77; Spec. Ass't to Ass't
Att'y Gen., U.S. Dep't of Just., Civil Rts. Div., D.C., 1977-81; Ass't
Counsel, NAACP Legal Defense Fund, N.Y., N.Y., 1981-88; Assoc.
Prof., Pennsylvania, 1988-92, Prof., since 1992; Courses Taught: Crim-
inal Process, Cultural Perspectives: Issues of Race and Gender, Law &
Political Process, Professional Responsibility, Public Interest
Lawyering.
    Groups, RepresentationsandRace ConsciousDistricting:The Case
        of the Emperor's Clothes, 72 TEX. L. REv. (forthcoming 1993).
    The Representation of Minority Interests: The Question of Single-
        Member Districts, 14 CARDozo L. REv. (forthcoming 1993).
    Of Gentlemen and Role Models, 6 BERKELEY WOMEN'S L.J. 93
        (1991).
    No Two Seats: The Elusive Quest for PoliticalEquality, 77 VA. L.
        REv. 1413 (1991).
    The Triumph of Tokenism: The Voting Rights Act and the Theory
       of Black Electorate Success, 89 MICH. L. REv. 1077 (1991).
    Keeping the Faith:Black Voters in the Post-ReaganEra, 24 HARV.
       C.R.-C.L. L. REv. 393 (1989).

GUNNING, ISABELLE R., Acting Prof., University of California at
Los Angeles School of Law; Education: Yale Coll., B.A., 1977, Yale
Law School, J.D., 1980; Law Journal: Yale Law Journal; Admitted:
District of Columbia 1981; Past Positions: Clerk, U.S.D.C., D.C., 1980-
81; Staff Att'y, Public Defender Serv., D.C., 1981-85; Staff Att'y, South
Africa Proj./Lawyers Comm. for Civil Rts. Under Law, D.C., 1985-86;
Ass't Prof., U.C.L.A., 1986-89; Acting Prof., since 1989; Courses
Taught: Clinical Legal Education, Criminal Justice, Immigration Law,
International Human Rights.
    ArrogantPerception, World-travelling andMulticulturalFeminism:
         The Case of Female Genital Surgeries, 23 COLUM. HUM. RTs.
         L. REv. 189 (1992).
    Modernizing Customary InternationalLaw: The Challenge of Hu-
         man Rights, 31 VA. J. INT'L L. 211 (1991).




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   Expanding the InternationalDefinition of Refugee: A Multicultural
      View, 13 FORDHAM INT'L L.J. 35 (1989).
   Namibia, South Africa, and the Walvis Bay Dispute, 89 YALE L.J.
      903 (1980) (with Gregory P. Goeckner).


HADDON, PHOEBE A., Assoc. Prof., Temple University School of
Law; Education: Smith Coll., B.A., 1972, Duquesne Univ., J.D., 1977,
Yale Law School, LL.M., 1985; Law Journal: Ed.-in-Ch., Duquesne
Law Review; Admitted: Pennsylvania 1977, District of Columbia 1979;
Past Positions: Clerk, Hon. Joseph F. Weis, Jr., Pittsburgh, Pa., 1977-
79; Assoc., Wilmer, Cutler & Pickering, D.C., 1979-81; Ass't Prof.,
Temple Univ., 1981-84; Assoc. Prof., since 1984; Dep. Dir., Redev.
Auth. of City of Phila., Pa., 1988; Courses Taught: Constitutional Law,
Constitutional Remedies, Domestic Relations, Products Liability, Torts.
    Rethinking the Jury Function, 20 HASTINGS CONST. L.Q. (forth-
        coming 1993).
    An Essay on the Ninth Amendment, 1 TEMP. POL. & Civ. RTS. L.
        REv. (1992).
    Academic Freedom and Governance:A CallforIncreasedDialogue
       and Diversity, 66 TEX. L. REv. 1561 (1988).
    Contract Cannot Be Specifically Enforced, N.J. L.J. Feb. 26, 1987,
       at 31.
    Baby Doe Cases: Compromise andMoralDilemma, 34 EMORY L.J.
       545 (1985).
    (Under the name of Phoebe Haddon Northcross) Remedies and
       Damages for Violation of ConstitutionalRights, 18 DUQ. L.
       REV. 409 (1980) (with Frank M. McClellan).



HAMPDEN, BRENDA SAUNDERS, Assoc. Prof., Seton Hall University
School of Law; Education: Howard Univ., M.M.E., 1974, Seton Hall
Univ., J.D., 1977, Fellow, Stanford Univ., 1971-72; Admitted: New
Jersey 1980; Past Positions: Ass't Prof., Seton Hall, 1981-88; Priv. Prac.,
N.J., 1984-85; Vis. Assoc. Prof., North Carolina Central, 1988-89;
Assoc. Prof., Seton Hall, since 1988; Proj. Dir. Summer Inst. for Pre-
Legal Studies, since 1980; Courses Taught: Copyrights, Decedents' Es-
tates & Trusts, Entertainment Law, Law Justice & Morality, Real Prop-
erty, Trademarks & Unfair Competition.
    Preparing Undergraduate Minority Students for the Law School
        Experience, 12 SETON HALL LEGIS. J. 207 (1989).
    Imperfect Property:Defective Protectionfor Bona Fide Purchasers
         of Copyrights, 5 ENT. & SPORTS L.J. 13 (1988).




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HAN, ANNA M., Assoc. Prof., Santa Clara University School of Law;
Education: Univ. of Cal., Berkeley, B.A., 1978, Univ. of Cal., Hastings,
J.D., 1981; Admitted: California 1981; Past Positions: Assoc., Heller,
Ehrman, White & McAuliffe, San Fran., Cal., 1981-83; Part., Mc-
Cutchen, Doyle, Brown & Enersen, San Fran., Cal., 1983-90; Vis.
Assoc. Prof., Santa Clara Univ., 1989-91; Assoc. Prof., since 1991;
Courses Taught: Chinese Economic Laws, Corporations, International
Business Transactions, Remedies, Technology Licenses.
    Franchising in Mainland China, 58 ANTITRUST L.J. 1013 (1989)
        (with Christopher Oechsli).
   New PRC and Shanghai Regulations for the Encouragement of
        Foreign Investment, 10   HASTINGS INT'L        & COMP. L. REV. 557
      (1987).
   People's Republic of China's Foreign Income Tax Law and Regu-
      lations, 6 HASTINGS INT'L & COMP. L. REV. 689 (1983).

HARDING, ROBERTA M., Ass't Prof., University of Kentucky College
of Law; Education: Univ. of San Francisco, B.S.B.A., 1981, Harvard
Law School, J.D., 1986; Admitted: California 1986; Past Positions: As-
soc., Pillsbury, Madison & Sutro, San Fran., Cal., 1986-88; Co-owner,
Legal English Assoc., Rome, Italy, 1989-90; Assoc., McCutchen,
Doyle, Brown & Enersen, San Fran., Cal., 1990-91; Ass't Prof., Ken-
tucky, since 1991; Courses Taught: Civil Procedure, Criminal Law/Pro-
cedure, Prisoner's Rights, Remedies.

HARRIS, ANGELA P., Acting Prof., University of California at Berke-
ley School of Law; Education: Univ. of Michigan, B.A., 1981, M.A.,
1983, Univ. of Chicago, J.D., 1986; Law Journal: University of Chicago
Law Review; Admitted: California 1988; Past Positions: Clerk, Hon.
Joel M. Flaum, U.S.C.A., 7th Cir., Chicago, Ill., 1986-87; Assoc.,
Morrison & Foerster, San Fran., Cal., 1987-88; Acting Prof., Berkeley,
since 1988; Courses Taught: American Legal Theory, Civil Rights, Crim-
inal Law, Evidence, Introduction to Critical Legal Studies.
    On Doing the Right Thing: Education Work in the Academy, 15
       VT. L. REV. 125 (1991).
   Women of Color in Legal Education:Representing La Mestiza, 6
      BERKELEY WOMEN'S L.J. 107 (1991).
   CategoricalDiscourse and Dominance Theory, 5 BERKELEY WOM-
      EN'S L.J. 181 (1990).
   Race and Essentialismin Feminist Legal Theory, 42 STAN. L. REV.
      581 (1990).
   Rereading Punitive Damages: Beyond the Public/PrivateDistinc-
      tion, 40 ALA. L. REV. 1079 (1989).




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HARRIS, CHERYL, Ass't Prof., Illinois Institute of Technology Chi-
cago-Kent College of Law; Education: Wellesley Coll., B.A., 1973,
Northwestern Univ., J.D., 1978; Admitted: Illinois 1979; Past Positions:
Assoc., Evins, Fowlkes, Thomas & Harris, Chicago, Ill., 1979-84; Sr.
Att'y, City of Chicago, Ill., 1984-88; 1st Ass't Gen. Att'y, Chicago Pk.
Dist., Ill., 1988-90; Ass't Prof., Chicago-Kent, since 1990; Courses
Taught: Constitutional Law, Justice and the Legal System, Race Con-
scious Remedies.
    Law Professors of Color in the Academy: Of Poets and Kings, 68
        CHI.-KENT   L. REV. (forthcoming 1993).
    Whiteness as Property, 106 HARV. L. REV. (forthcoming 1993).
    The Impact of the End of the Cold War on Africa, 48 NAT'L L.
        GUILD PRAC. 101 (1991).


HARTFIELD, BERNADETTE WESTON, Assoc. Prof., Georgia State
University College of Law; Education: Spelman Coll., B.A., 1971, Univ.
of Cal., Berkeley, J.D., 1977; Law Journal: Ed.-in-Ch., Black Law
Journal; Admitted: California 1977; Past Positions: Assoc., Crosby,
Heafey, Roach & May, Oakland, Cal., 1977-79; Staff Att'y, Legal Aid
Soc. of Alameda Cty., Oakland, Cal., 1979-80; Dir., Legal Educ. Oppor.
Prog., Univ. of Cal., Hastings, 1980-84; Ass't Prof., Georgia State,
1984-89; Assoc. Prof., since 1989; Courses Taught: Advanced Family
Law, Community Property, Family Law, Juvenile Law, Law & the
Elderly, Legal Method.
    The Uniform Child Custody JurisdictionAct and the Problem of
        Jurisdictionin Interstate Adoption: An Easy Fix?, 43 OKLA. L.
        REV. 621 (1990).
    The Role of the Interstate Compact on the Placement of Children
        in InterstateAdoption, 68 NEB. L. REV. 292 (1989).


HICKMAN, CHRISTINE B., Assoc. Prof., California Western School
of Law; Education: Yale Coll., B.A., 1971, Harvard Law School, J.D.,
1974; Admitted: California 1975, District of Columbia 1977; Past Posi-
tions: Att'y, Legal Aid of L.A., Cal., 1975-76; Att'y, Ctr. for Law &
Social Policy, D.C., 1976-78; Sr. Writs Att'y, Ct. of App., L.A., Cal.,
1978-84; Ct. Comm'r, L.A. Superior Ct., Cal., 1984-88; Assoc. Prof.,
Cal. Western, since 1988; Courses Taught: California Civil Procedure,
Civil Procedure, Pretrial Procedure.
    Rethinking the Proportional Reduction Rule: JudicialOverreaching
        or Neat Solution?, 32 U. SANTA CLARA L. REV. (forthcoming
        1993).




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HILL, ANITA FAYE, Prof., University of Oklahoma Law Center; Ed-
ucation: Oklahoma State Univ., B.S., 1977, Yale Law School, J.D.,
1980; Admitted: District of Columbia 1980; Past Positions: Assoc., Wald,
Harkrader & Ross, D.C., 1980-81; Spec. Counsel to Ass't Sec'y, Dep't
of Educ., Off. for Civil Rts., D.C., 1981-82; Att'y Advisor to Chair,
E.E.O.C., D.C., 1982-83; Ass't Prof., Oral Roberts, 1983-86; Assoc.
Prof., Oklahoma, 1986-90; Prof., since 1990; Courses Taught: Civil
Rights, Commercial Law, Contracts.
    The Relative Nature of Property in the Context of Bankruptcy:
        Resolution of a Conflict Between Federal Pension Law and
        Bankruptcy Law, 40 U. KAN. L. REV. 643 (1992).
    Sexual Harassment:The Nature of the Beast, 65 S. CAL. L. REV.
         1445 (1992).
    Bankruptcy, Contracts and Utilitarianism, 56 Mo. L. REv. 571
        (1991).
    Prairie Production, Inc. v. Agchem Division-Pennwalt Corp. and
        Rothe v. Maloney Cadillac, Inc.: Old and New Approaches to
        ManufacturerLiabilityfor Economic Loss, 44 CONSUMER FIN.
        L.Q. REP. 42 (1990).
    A Comparative Study of the United Nations Convention on the
        Limitation Period in the InternationalSale of Goods and Sec-
        tion 2-725 of the Uniform Commercial Code, 25 TEX. INT'L
        L.J. 1 (1989).
    A Drawee's Right to Restitution of Mistaken Payments Under Ar-
        ticles 3 and 4 of the U.C.C.: A Pleafor Clarification,7 J.L. &
        COM. 293 (1987).


HOM, SHARON K., Assoc. Prof., City University of New York School
of Law at Queens College; Education: Sarah Lawrence Coll., B.A.,
1974, New York Univ., J.D., 1980; Admitted: New York 1981; Past
Positions: Planner, Proj. Dir. & Proj. Assoc., Vera Inst. of Just., N.Y.,
N.Y., 1980-83; Revson Fellow, Greenberg Ctr. for Legal Educ. & Ur-
ban Policy, CCNY, N.Y., 1983-84; Instr., CUNY at Queens, 1984-85;
Ass't Prof., 1985-90; Fulbright Lect., P.R. China, 1986-88; Assoc.
Prof., CUNY at Queens, since 1990; Vis. Prof., Yeshiva, spring 1990;
Courses Taught: Administrative Law, Contracts, Housing, Not-for-
Profit Corporation Law.
    AMERICAN LEGAL EDUCATION METHODOLOGY IN CHINA: TEACH-
        ING NOTES AND MATERIALS         (1989).
    Female Infanticide in China: The Human Rights Specter and
       Thoughts Towards (an)otherVision, 23 COLUM. HUM. RTS. L.
       REv. 249 (1992).




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   FourA.M. Thoughts on Teaching andLearning Contracts:An Open
      Letter to Pat Williams, 2 COLUM. J. GENDER & L. 145 (1992).
   Beyond Stuffing the Goose: The Challenge of Modernization and
      Reform for Legal Education in the People'sRepublic of China,
        in CHINESE EDUCATION:         PROSPECTS,      PROBLEMS AND ISSUES
        (Irving Epstein ed., 1991).
   Democratic Aspirations, Hierarchy and Elitism: Legal Education
       and the Legal Profession in the United States, 4 STUD. COMP.
       L. 60 (1987).
   Does Real Estate Syndication Provide a Viable FinancingStrategy
      for Low Income Housing?, 50 BROOK. L. REV. 912 (1984).

HOWE, RUTH-ARLENE W., Assoc. Prof., Boston College Law
School; Education: Wellesley Coll., A.B., 1955, Simmons Coll. School
of Social Work, S.M., 1957, Insts. at Case Western Reserve School of
Applied Social Sciences, 1958-59, Boston Coll., J.D., 1974; Admitted:
Massachusetts 1977; Past Positions: Housing Dev. Consult., Tuft-Delta
Health Ctr., Mound Bayou, Miss., 1969-70; Spec. Instr. in Social Pol-
icy, Simmons Coll., Boston, Mass., 1970-78; Res. Assoc., Law & Child
Dev. Proj., Boston Coll., 1973-77; Instr., Income Maintenance & Social
Policy (PT), 1976-77; Ass't Dir., Law & Child Dev. Proj., 1977-79; Vis.
Ass't Prof., 1977-78; Ass't Prof., 1978-81; Assoc. Prof., since 1981;
Courses Taught: Family Law, Family Law (Advanced), Income Main-
tenance & Social Policy, Intro. to Legal & Professional Responsibility,
Law & Child Development, Legal Interviewing & Counseling, Property.
    CHILD NEGLECT IN AMERICA          (1976).
   Who Speaketh for the Child?, 23 NEW ENG. L. REV. 421 (1988).
   Adoption Practice,Issues, and Laws 1958-1983, 17 FAM. L.Q. 173
      (1983).
   Adoption: New Rules for the Million Dollar Matching Game, 3
      FAM. ADVOC. 20 (1980).

HUDSON, NATALIE E., Ass't Dean, Students & Events, Hamline Uni-
versity School of Law; Education: Arizona State Univ., B.A., 1979,
Univ. of Minnesota, J.D., 1982; Law Journal: Minnesota Law Review;
Admitted: Minnesota 1983; Past Positions: Staff Att'y, Southern Min-
nesota Reg. Legal Servs. 1982-86; Assoc., Robins, Kaplan, Miller &
Ciresi, Minn., 1986-88; Ass't Dean, Hamline, since 1989; Courses
Taught: Employment Discrimination, Industrial Innovation.

HUGHES, JOYCE A., Prof., Northwestern University School of Law;
Education: Carleton Coll., B.A., 1961, Univ. of Madrid, Spain, 1961-
62, Univ. of Minnesota, J.D., 1965; Law Journal: Minnesota Law Re-




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view; Admitted: Minnesota 1965, Illinois 1976; Past Positions: Clerk,
Hon. Earl R. Larson, U.S. Dist. Judge, Minn., 1965-67; Att'y, Le-
Fevere, Lefler, et al., Minneapolis, Minn., 1967-71; Assoc. Prof., Univ.
of Minnesota, 1971-75; Assoc. Prof., Northwestern, 1975-79; Gen.
Counsel, Chicago Transit Auth., 1984-89; Prof., Northwestern, since
1979; Courses Taught: Banking, Civil Procedure, Evidence, Immigration
Law, Legal Profession, Real Estate Transactions, Preventive Land
Law, Trial Practice.
    Law Firm Kaye, Scholer; Lincoln Savings and Loan and the OTS,
        NOTRE DAME J.L. ETHICS & PUB. POL'Y (forthcoming 1993).
    Bank and Thrift IntrastateBranching, 11 ANN. REV. BANKING L.
        335 (1992).
    From the Right To Be Let Alone to the Right To Be Helped Along,
        6 BLACK L.J. 149 (1980).

HYLTON, MARIA O'BRIEN, Assoc. Prof., De Paul University College
of Law; Education: Harvard Univ., A.B., 1982, Yale Law School, J.D.,
1985; Law Journal: Yale Law & Policy Review; Admitted: Massachu-
setts 1987, District of Columbia 1988; Past Positions: Clerk, Hon. Gilbert
S. Merritt, U.S.C.A., 6th Cir., Nashville, Tenn., 1985-86; Assoc., Hale
& Dorr, Boston, Mass., 1986-87; Ass't Prof., Boston Univ., 1987-88;
Assoc. Prof., 1988-89; Ass't Prof., De Paul, 1989-91; Assoc. Prof.,
since 1991, Vis. Prof., Univ. of Chicago, Spring 1993; Courses Taught:
Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure, Employee Benefits, Labor Law,
Legislation.
     "Socially Responsible" Investing: Doing Good Versus Doing Well
         in an Inefficient Market, 42 AMER. U.L. REV. 1 (1992).
     "Parental"Leaves and Poor Women: Paying the Price for Time
         Off, 52 U. PITT. L. REV. 475 (1991).
     Rent Appropriationand the Labor Law Doctrine of Successorship,
         70 B.U. L. REV. 821 (1990) (with Keith N. Hylton).
     Rational Decisions and Regulation of Union Entry, 34 VILL. L.
         REV. 145 (1989) (with Keith N. Hylton).

IGLESIAS, ELIZABETH M., Assoc. Prof., University of Miami School
of Law; Education: Univ. of Michigan, B.A., 1984, Yale Law School,
J.D., 1988; Admitted: Massachusetts 1989, Michigan 1990; Past Posi-
tions: Assoc., Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom, Boston, Mass.,
1988; Assoc. Researcher, Harvard Law School, 1988-89; Assoc., Miller,
Canfield, Paddock & Stone, Detroit, Mich., 1989-90; Assoc. Prof.,
Miami, since 1990; Courses Taught: Criminal Procedure, Individual Em-
ployment Relations, and International Economic Law and
Development.




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   Designing the Institutional and Legal Structure of Prosecutorial
      Power in the Transition to Democracy, in THE TRANSITION TO
        DEMOCRACY IN LATIN AMERICA: THE ROLE OF THE JUDICIARY
       (I. Stotzky ed., forthcoming 1993).
   Structures of Subordination:Women of Color at the Intersection of
       Title VII and the NLRA. Not!, 28 HARV. C.R.-C.L. L. REV.
       (forthcoming 1993).
   La Transformaci6nEcon6mica y el Movimiento Obrero Estadoun-
       idense, 4 EL OTRO DERECHO 2 (1992).
   Resumen de la Presentaci6nde los Projectos de Administraci6n de
       Justiciade los Estados Unidos en Amirica Latina, in DERECHO
       Y TERRORISMO, LEGISLACI6N (1991).

IIJIMA, ANN L., Ass't Prof., William Mitchell College of Law; Edu-
cation: Carleton Coll., B.A., 1977, Univ. of Minnesota, J.D., 1985; Law
Journal: Minnesota Law Review; Admitted: Minnesota 1986; Past Po-
sitions: Clerk, Hon. Gerald W. Heaney, U.S.C.A., 8th Cir., Duluth,
Minn., 1985-86; Assoc., Lindquist & Vennum, Minn., 1986-90; Ass't
Prof., William Mitchell, since 1990; Courses Taught: Business Organi-
zations, Employment Discrimination, Work of the Lawyer.

IIKEMOTO, LISA CHIYEMI, Ass't Prof., Indiana University School of
Law, Indianapolis; Education: U.C.L.A., B.A., 1984, Univ. of Cal.,
Davis, J.D., 1987, Columbia Univ., LL.M., 1989; Admitted: California
1987; Past Positions: Instr., Albany Univ., 1987-88; Ass't Prof., Indiana,
since 1989; Courses Taught: Bioethics, Family Law, Property.
    Traces of the Master Narrative in the African American-Korean
        American Conflict: How We Constructed "Los Angeles", 66 S.
        CAL. L. REV. (forthcoming 1993).
    The Code of Perfect Pregnancy:At the Intersection of the Code of
        Perfect Pregnancy, the Practice of Defaulting to Science, and
        the Interventionist Mindset of Law, 53 OHIO ST. L.J. 1205
        (1992).
    Furthering the Inquiry: Race, Class, and Culture in the Forced
        Medical Treatment of Pregnant Women, 59 TENN. L. REV. 487
        (1992).
    Providing Protectionfor Collaborative, Noncoital Reproduction:
        Surrogate Motherhood and Other New Procreative Technolo-
        gies, and the Right of Intimate Association, 40 RUTGERS L.
        REV. 1273 (1988).

IIZUMI, CAROL L., Assoc. Clin. Prof., George Washington University
National Law School; Education: Oberlin Coll., B.A., 1976, George-




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town Univ., J.D., 1980; Admitted: District of Columbia 1980, Virginia
1982; Past Positions: Ass't Dir., Public Serv., D.C. Bar, 1980-81; Clerk,
Hon. Harriett R. Taylor, D.C. Sup. Ct., 1981-83; Assoc., Smink &
Scheuermann, P.C., D.C., 1983-86; Clin. Instr., George Washington,
1986-90; Assoc. Clin. Prof., since 1990; Courses Taught: Consumer
Mediation Clinic, Litigation Clinic.

JAMES, ANNA TAYLOR, Assoc. Prof., Texas Southern University,
Thurgood Marshall School of Law; Education: Texas Southern Univ.,
B.A., 1969, J.D., 1969, Wash. Univ., M.L.L., 1973; Past Positions:
Librarian, Texas Southern Univ., 1969-82; Ass't Dean, 1982-83;
Courses Taught: Domestic Relations, Legal Research and Writing,
Property.

JEFFERIES, DEBORAH MAYO, Librarian & Ass't Prof., North Car-
olina Central University School of Law; Education: Univ. of North
Carolina, B.A., 1973, North Carolina Central, J.D., 1976, Univ. of
North Carolina, M.S.L.S., 1978; Admitted: North Carolina 1979; Past
Positions: Att'y/Adv'r, Social Security Admin./E.E.O.C., Raleigh,
N.C., 1979-86; Acting Assoc. Librarian, North Carolina Central Univ.,
1986-87; Ass't Prof., since 1986; Librarian, since 1987; Courses Taught:
Law Library Administration, Legal Bibliography.

JEFFERSON, REGINA THERESE, Ass't Prof., Catholic University of
America School of Law; Education: Howard Univ., B.S., 1981, George
Washington Univ., J.D., 1987, Georgetown Univ., LL.M., 1991; Ad-
mitted: Maryland 1987, District of Columbia 1988; Past Positions: Pen-
sion Specialist, IRS, D.C., 1987-90; Future Law Prof. Scholar, George-
town Univ., 1990-91; Vis. Ass't Prof., Cath. Univ., since 1991; Courses
Taught: Federal Income Tax, Partnership Tax, Retirement Income.

JENKINS, HELEN BISHOP, Prof., South Texas College of Law; Edu-
cation: Peabody Conservatory of Johns Hopkins Univ, B.M.E., 1969,
Howard Univ., M.M.E., 1972, Univ. of Houston, J.D., 1983; Admitted:
Texas 1984; Past Positions: Assoc., Eikenburg & Stiles, Houston, Tex.,
 1984-88; Vis. Ass't Prof., Southern Texas Coll., 1987-88; Ass't Prof.,
 1988-90; Assoc. Prof., 1990-91, Prof., since 1991; Courses Taught:
Administration of Estates, Property I, Property II, Trusts & Estates,
Wills.
     Rights of Unsecured Estate Creditors Under the Uniform Fraudu-
        lent Transfer Act in Property Transferred Prior to Death, 45
        OKLA. L. REV. 275 (1992).




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    Privity-A Texas-Size Barrierto Third Partiesfor Negligent Will
       Drafting-An Assessment and Proposal, 42 BAYLOR L. REV.
        687 (1990).

JENKINS, SARAH HOWARD, Assoc. Prof., University of Arkansas at
Little Rock; Education: Hanover Coll., B.A., 1969, Univ. of Kentucky,
M.A., 1970, J.D., 1982; Law Journal: Kentucky Law Journal; Admitted:
Arizona 1983; Past Positions: Assoc., Lewis & Roca, Phoenix, Ariz.,
1983-86; Assoc. Prof., Memphis State, 1986-92; Assoc. Prof., Univ. of
Arkansas at Little Rock, since 1992; Courses Taught: Commercial Law,
Commercial Paper, Contracts.
    Abrogation of Surety's Right of Dischargeon Release of the Prin-
        cipal Obligor under Revised Article 3: A Creditor's Tool for
        Maximizing Self-interest, 44 OKLA. L. REV. 661 (1991).
     God Talk by Professors Within the Classroomsof PublicInstitutions
        of HigherEducation: What Is ConstitutionallyPermissible?,25
        AKRON L. REV. 289 (1991) (with Byron R. Johnson & Otto J.
        Helweg).
    A Payee Who Is a Holder in Due Course May Be Subject to Per-
        sonal Defenses Arising from UnauthorizedActs or Promises by
        an Agent, 9 ST. Louis U. PUB. L. REV. 191 (1990).

JOHNSON, ANDREA L., Assoc. Prof., California Western School of
Law; Education: Harvard Law School, J.D., 1981; Law Journal: Har-
vard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review; Admitted: District of
Columbia 1982; Past Positions: Assoc., White & Case, D.C., 1981-84;
Ass't Corp. Counsel, D.C. Gov't, 1985-87; Act. Prof. Mgt., Real Estate
& Bus. Mgt. Firm, D.C., 1984-90; Adj. Prof., Washington Coll. of Law,
1989; Adj. Prof., Whittier Coll. of Law, 1990; Assoc. Prof., Cal. West-
ern, since 1990; Courses Taught: Administrative Law, Business Orga-
nizations, Land Use, Local Government, Real Property,
Telecommunications.

JOHNSON, PAULA C., Ass't Prof., Northern Illinois University Col-
lege of Law; Education: Univ. of Maryland, B.A., 1981, Temple Univ.,
J.D., 1985, Georgetown Univ., LL.M., 1990; Admitted: Massachusetts
1985, District of Columbia 1988; Past Positions: Ass't D.A., Middlesex
Cty., Cambridge, Mass., 1985-86; Ass't Counsel, Cambridge Rent Con-
trol Bd., Mass., 1986-88; Teaching Fellow, Georgetown Univ., 1988-
90; Ass't Prof., Northern Illinois, since 1990; Courses Taught: Clinical
Teaching, Criminal Procedure, Property.
     The Role of Minority Faculty in the Recruitment and Retention of
         Students of Color, 12 N. ILL. U. L. REV. 313 (1992).




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   Regulation, Remedy, and Exported Tobacco Products: The Need
      for a Response from the United States Government, 25 SUF-
       FOLK U. L. REv. 1 (1991).

JONES, BERYL R., Prof., Brooklyn Law School; Education: Oberlin
Coll., B.A., 1971, New School for Social Res., Ctr. for Urban Affrs. &
Policy Analysis, Grad. Study, 1973-75, New York Univ., J.D., 1978;
Law Journal: Annual Survey of American Law; Admitted: Pennsylvania
1978, New York 1984; Past Positions: Clerk, Hon. C.J. Higginbotham,
U.S.C.A., 3d Cir., Phila., Pa., 1978-80; Ass't U.S. Att'y, E.D.N.Y.,
Brooklyn, N.Y., 1980-84; Ass't Prof., Brooklyn, 1984-87; Assoc. Prof.,
1987-90; Prof., since 1990; Courses Taught: Copyrights, Property, Legal
Profession, The Arts & the Law, International Intellectual Property
Law.

JONES, STEPHANIE J., Ass't Prof., Northern Kentucky University,
Salmon P. Chase College of Law; Education: Univ. of Cincinnati, J.D.,
1986; Admitted: Ohio 1986; Past Positions: Assoc., Graydon, Head &
Ritchey, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1986-90; Ass't Prof., Northern Kentucky,
since 1990; Courses Taught: Civil Procedure, Entertainment Law, Trial
Practice.

JONES, SUSAN R., Clin. Instr., George Washington University Na-
tional Law Center; Education: Brandeis Univ., B.A., 1978, J.D., 1980;
Admitted: District of Columbia, Pennsylvania; Past Positions: Clin. Fel-
low, Antioch, 1982-85; Ass't Prof., CUNY at Queens, 1985-86; Adj.
Instr., American Univ., 1987-88; Clin. Instr., George Washington, since
1988; Courses Taught: Immigration Law, Legal Method, Legal Research
& Writing, Small Business Clinic.
     The Immigration and NaturalizationService: Implicationsfor Peo-
         ple of Color, 18 J. ARTS MGMT. & L. 69 (1988) (with Garth L.
         Tate).

JORDAN, EMMA COLEMAN Prof., Georgetown University Law Cen-
ter; Education: Univ. of California, San Francisco, B.A., 1969, Howard
University, J.D., 1973; Law Journal: Ed.-in-Ch., Howard Law Journal;
Admitted: California 1973; Past Positions: Teaching Fellow, Stanford
Univ., 1973-74; Ass't Prof., Santa Clara Univ., 1974-75; Acting Prof.,
Univ. of Cal., Davis, 1975-80; Prof., 1980-87; White House Fellow,
D.C., 1980-81; Spec. Ass't, Att'y Gen., D.C., 1981; Prof., Georgetown,
since 1987; Courses Taught: Commercial Law, Commercial Law: Pay-
ments, Federal Regulation of Financial Institutions, Financial Institu-
tions & Consumer Financial Services, Torts.




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   Race, Gender, and Social Class in the Thomas Sexual Harassment
      Hearings: The Hidden Fault Lines in Political Discourse, 15
      HARV. WOMEN'S L.J. 1 (1992).
   Nepenthe, 6 BERKELEY WOMEN'S L.J. 113 (1991).
   Images of Black Women in the Legal Academy: An Introduction, 6
      BERKELEY WOMEN'S L.J. 1 (1990).
   Substantive and ProceduralRedress for Consumers of Financial
       Services, in MONEY
                        AND THE CONSUMER: AN INTERNATIONAL
        CONSUMER VIEW OF THE REVOLUTION IN FINANCIAL SERVICES
        (Jerome Mitchell ed., 1988).
   Holder in Due Course, in BASIC U.C.C. SKILLS 1987 ARTICLE 3
      AND ARTICLE 4 (Practicing Law Institute, 1987).
   Liability for Wrongful Dishonor,in BASIC U.C.C. SKILLS 1987 AR-
      TICLE 3 AND ARTICLE 4 (Practicing Law Institute, 1986).
   FDA's Approval of the EsophagealObturatorAirway: A Case Study
     with Implicationsfor Regulation of Critical Care Devices, 40
        FOOD DRUG COSM. L.J. 456 (1985) (with J. Philip Smith).
   Ending the Floating Check Game: The Policy Arguments for De-
       layed Availability Reform, 36 HASTINGS L.J. 515 (1985).
   The Future of the Fifteenth Amendment, 28 How. L.J. 541 (1985).
   Taking Voting Rights Seriously: Rediscovering the Fifteenth
       Amendment, 64 NEB. L. REV. 389 (1985).
   Review, Revolt Against Regulation, 16 U.C. DAVIS L. REV. 805
       (1983).
   Problems and Prospects of Participationin Affirmative Action Lit-
       igation: A Role for Intervenors, 13 U.C. DAVIS L. REV. 221
       (1980).


JORDAN, SANDRA DICKERSON, Assoc. Prof., University of Pitts-
burgh School of Law; Education: Wilberforce Univ., B.S., 1978, Uni-
versity of Pittsburgh, J.D., 1979; Admitted: Pennsylvania 1979; Past
Positions: Ass't U.S. Att'y, Pittsburgh, Pa., 1979-88; Assoc., Indepen-
dent Counsel/Iran-Contra, D.C., 1988-90; Ass't Prof., Pittsburgh, 1988-
92; Assoc. Prof., since 1992; Courses Taught: Criminal Law, Evidence,
Pretrial Advocacy, White Collar Crimes.
    Classified Information and Conflicts in Independent Counsel Pros-
         ecutions:Balancing the Scales of Justice After Iran-Contra,91
         COLUM. L. REV. 1651 (1991).
    Death for Drug Related Killings: A Revival of the FederalDeath
         Penalty, 67 CHI.-KENT L. REV. 79 (1991).
    Focus on the 1984 Bail Reform Act: PretrialDetention Permitted,
         9 BLACK L.J. 280 (1986).




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KINDRED, KAY P., Lect. & Dep. Dir., Inst. of Bill of Rts. Law.,
College of William & Mary, Marshall-Wythe School of Law; Education:
Duke Univ., A.B., 1977, Columbia Univ., J.D., 1980; Law Journal:
Columbia Human Rights Law Review; Admitted: New York, Virginia;
Past Positions: Att'y, Gen. Elec. Co., Fairfield, Conn., 1981-83; Ass't
to Gen. Counsel, Old Dominion Univ., Norfolk, Va., 1985-89; Lect. &
Dep. Dir., Inst. of Bill of Rts. Law, Coll. of William & Mary, since
1989; Courses Taught: Education Law, Family Law, Legal Profession,
Legal Research & Writing.
    When First Amendment Values and Competition Policy Collide:
        Resolving the Dilemma of Mixed-Motive Boycotts, 34 ARIuz. L.
        REV. 709 (1992).

KING, PATRICIA A., Prof., Georgetown University Law Center; Ed-
ucation: Harvard Law School, J.D., 1969; Admitted: District of Colum-
bia 1969; Past Positions: Spec. Ass't to Chair, E.E.O.C., 1969-71; Dep.
Dir., Off. for Civil Rts., Dep't H.E.W., 1971-73; Assoc. Prof., George-
town, 1973-88; Dep. Ass't Att'y Gen., Dep't of Just., D.C., 1980-81;
Prof., Georgetown, since 1988; Adj. Prof., School of Hygiene & Public
Health, Johns Hopkins Univ., since 1990; Courses Taught: Family Law,
Law & Medicine, Torts.
     LAW, SCIENCE AND MEDICINE (1984) (with Judith Areen, et al.).
     The Authority of Families to Make Medical Decisions for Incom-
        petent Patients After the Cruzan Decision (Medical Decision-
        Making and the "Right To Die" After Cruzan), 19              LAW, MED.
        & HEALTH CARE 76 (1991).
    Rights Within the Therapeutic Relationship (Mentally Ill Patients),
        9 J.L. & HEALTH 31 (1991).
    Should Mom Be Constrainedin the Best Interests of the Fetus?, 13
        NOVA L. REv. 393 (1989).
    Treatment and Minors: Issues Not Involving Lifesaving Treatment,
       23 J. FAM. L. 241 (1985).

KIRKLAND, EVELYN LEWIS, Acting Prof., University of California
at Davis School of Law; Education: Univ. of North Carolina, B.A.,
1972, Harvard Law School, J.D., 1975; Admitted: California 1975; Past
Positions: Assoc., Steinhart & Falconer, San Fran., Cal., 1975-82; Part.,
1983-89; Acting Prof., Davis, since 1989; Courses Taught: Land Use
Planning, Property, Trusts, Wills & Estates.

LANDERS, RENEE M., Ass't Prof., Boston College Law School; Ed-
ucation: Radcliffe Coll., A.B., 1977, Boston Coll., J.D., 1985; Law
Journal: Ed.-in-Ch., Boston College Law Review; Admitted: Massa-




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chusetts 1985; Past Positions: Clerk, Hon. Edward F. Hennessey, Chief
Justice, Mass. Sup. Jud. Ct., Boston, Mass., 1985-86; Assoc., Ropes
& Gray, Boston, Mass., 1986-88; Ass't Prof., Boston Coil., since 1988;
Courses Taught: Administrative Law, Constitutional Law, Health Care
Law, Introduction to Lawyering, Law & Medicine, Professional
Responsibilty.

LASSITER, SHARLENE WANDA, Ass't Prof., Northern Kentucky
University, Salmon P. Chase College of Law; Education: Brown Univ.,
B.A., 1982, Univ. of Michigan, J.D., 1985; Admitted: New Jersey 1985,
Louisiana 1990; Past Positions: Att'y/Adv'r, U.S. Dep't of Agric., Off.
of Gen. Counsel, D.C., 1985-86; Trial Att'y, 1986-89; Assoc., Feingerts
& Kelly, P.L.C., New Orleans, La., 1989-91; Ass't Prof., Northern
Kentucky, since 1991; Courses Taught: Contracts, Professional Respon-
sibility, Remedies, Trial & Appellate Advocacy.

LAWSON, RANETA JOYCE, Ass't Prof., Creighton University School
of Law; Education: Univ. of Toledo, B.A., 1985, Univ. of Toledo, J.D.,
1988; Admitted: Colorado 1988; Past Positions: Assoc., Davis, Graham
& Stubbs, Denver, Colo., 1988-91; Ass't Prof., Creighton Univ., since
1991; Courses Taught: Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure, White Collar
Crime.
    Lying, Cheating and Stealing at Government Expense: Balancing
        the Public Interest and the Interests of the Public in the Witness
        ProtectionProgram, 24 ARIz. ST. L.J. (forthcoming 1993).
    The Child Seated Next To Me: The Continuing Quest for Equal
        EducationalOpportunity, 16 T. MARSHALL L. REV. 35 (1990).

LE, TANG THI THANH TRAI, Prof., Notre Dame Law School; Edu-
cation: License en Droit, 1954, Univ. Aix Marseille, Doctorat en Droit,
1956, Univ. of Chicago, Ph.D., 1967, Notre Dame Law School, J.D.,
1977; Admitted: Republic of Vietnam 1968, Indiana 1990; Past Positions:
Dean, Hue Law Sch., Saigon, Vietnam, 1958-60; Prof., Univ. of Hue,
Saigon, Vietnam, 1958-75; Sr. Part., Int'l Law Firm, Saigon, Vietnam,
1969-75; Courses Taught: Commercial Law, Comparative Law, Con-
sumer Law, International Business Transactions, International Law.
    PROTECTING CONSUMER RIGHTS          (1987).
    SALES   AND    CREDIT TRANSACTIONS            (1985) (with Edward J.
        Murphy).
    COMMERCIAL TRANSACTIONS UNDER THE UNIFORM COMMERCIAL
       CODE (1984).
    The French Legal Profession:A Prisonerof Its Glorious Past?, 15
        CORNELL INT'L L.J. 63 (1982).




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   Professional Independence and the Associate in a Law Firm: A
      French Case Study, 29 AM. J. CoMp. L. 647 (1981).
   The Vietnamese Refugee and U.S. Law, 56 NOTRE DAME L. REV.
       656 (1981) (with Michael J. Esser).

LIM, JULIE, Assoc. Library Prof., City University of New York School
of Law at Queens College; Education: Univ. of Puget Sound, J.D., 1984,
Univ. of Washington, M.L.L., 1985; Past Positions: Legal Ref., CUNY
at Queens, 1985-87; Assoc. Library Prof., since 1987; Courses Taught:
Civil Procedure, Legal Research.

LOPEZ, ANTOINETTE SEDILLO, Prof., University of New Mexico
School of Law; Education: Univ. of New Mexico, B.A., 1979,
U.C.L.A., J.D., 1982; Law Journal: U.C.L.A. Law Review; Admitted:
New Mexico 1982, District of Columbia 1983; Past Positions: Clerk,
D.C. Cir., 1982-83; Assoc., Modrall, Sperling, Roehl, Harris & Sisk,
Albuquerque, N.M., 1983-85; Ass't Prof., New Mexico, 1985-89; As-
soc. Prof., 1989-92, Prof., since 1992; Courses Taught: Civil Procedure,
Clinical Teaching, Comparative Women's Rights, Family Law, Land
Use Planning, Law & Reproductive Technology, Legal Profession.
    Two Legal Constructs of Motherhood: "Protective"Legislation in
         Mexico and the United States, 1 U. S.C. REV. L. & WOMEN'S
         STUD. 239 (1992).
    Gender, Legal Education, and Legal Careers, 41 J. LEGAL EDUC.
         443 (1991) (with Lee F. Teitelbaum and Jeffrey Jenkins).
    Privacy and the Regulation of the New Reproductive Technologies:
         A Decision-Making Approach, 22 FAM. L.Q. 173 (1988).
    Educating Our Children "On Equal Terms": The Failureof the De
         Jure-DeFactoAnalysis in DesegregationCases, 7 CHICANO L.
         REV. 1 (1987).
    The Alter Ego Doctrine:Alternative Challenges to CorporateForm,
         30 UCLA L. REV. 129 (1982).

MAGEE, ROBIN K., Ass't Prof., Hamline University School of Law;
Education: Univ. of Michigan, B.A., 1983, J.D., 1986; Admitted: Mich-
igan 1988; Past Positions: Clerk, Judge Julian Cook, U.S.D.C., Detroit,
Mich., 1989; Bigelow Teaching Fellow & Lect., Univ. of Chicago, 1989-
90; Ass't Prof., Hamline, since 1990; Res. Fellow, Univ. of Nairobi,
Kenya, 1986-88; Courses Taught: Criminal Procedure, Property.

MARSH, FRANCES KATE, Ass't Prof., Texas Southern University,
Thurgood Marshall School of Law; Education: Univ. of North Carolina,
B.A., 1978, Campbell Univ., J.D., 1983; Law Journal: Campbell Uni-




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versity Law Review; Admitted: North Carolina 1983; Past Positions:
Clerk, Hon. P. Trevor Sharpe, U.S. Magistrate, Greensboro, N.C.,
1983-84; Clerk, Hon. Richard C. Erwin, U.S.D.C., Greensboro, N.C.,
1984-86; Staff Counsel, Bd. Mem. Cracraft, Nat'l Labor Rels. Bd.,
D.C., 1987-88; Trial Att'y, Contempt Litigation Branch, Nat'l Labor
Rels. Bd., D.C., 1988-89; Ass't Prof., Texas Southern, since 1989;
Courses Taught: Appellate Litigation, Case Analysis, Conflict of Laws,
Homeless Advocacy Law Clinic, Torts.
    Labor Law (1982).
    TORTS (1981).
    The Casefor Imposing a Legal Duty on Educators in Educational
        Malpractice Actions: Improving Minority Education, 16 T.
       MARSHALL L. REV. 295 (1991).

MARTINEZ, ANGELA, Vis. Prof., University of New Mexico Law
School; Education: College of Santa Fe, B.B.A., 1983, Univ. of New
Mexico, J.D., 1986; Admitted: New Mexico 1986; Past Positions: Part.,
Rodey, Dickison, Sloane, Akin & Robb, Albuquerque, N.M., since
1986; Vis. Prof., New Mexico, since 1986; Courses Taught: Clinical
Program.

MATSUDA, MARI J., Vis. Prof., Georgetown Law Center; Education;
Arizona State, B.A., 1975, Univ. of Hawaii, J.D., 1980, Harvard Law
School, LL.M., 1983; Law Journal: University of Hawaii Law Review;
Admitted: Hawaii 1980; Past Positions: Clerk, Hon. Herbert Y.C. Choy,
U.S.C.A., 9th Cir., 1980-81; Assoc., King & Nakamura, Honolulu,
1981-82; Ass't Prof., Hawaii, 1983-89; Assoc. Prof., 1989-91; Prof.,
U.C.L.A., since 1991; Courses Taught: American Legal History, Anti-
subordination Seminar, Asian Americans and Legal Ideology, Civil
Rights, Constitutional Law, Feminist Legal Theory, Progressive Law
Practice, Sex Discrimination, Subordination: Tradition of Thought and
Experience, Torts.
   WORDS THAT WOUND: CRITICAL RACE THEORY, ASSAULTIVE
     SPEECH AND THE FIRST AMENDMENT (1992) (with Kimberl6
       Crenshaw, Richard Delgado and Charles Lawrence).
   EARLY WOMEN LAWYERS OF HAWAII (ed., 1992).
   OFFICE OF TECH. ASSESSMENT, U.S. CONGRESS, THE INTEGRATION
      OF CUSTOMARY AND TRADITIONAL RENEWABLE RESOURCE
       PRACTICES IN A MODERN LEGAL FRAMEWORK (1986) (with W.
       Chang & B. Nakamura).
   Standing By My Sister: Legal Theory Out of Coalition, 45 STAN.
       L. REV. (forthcoming 1993).




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    The Voices of America: Accent, Antidiscrimination Law, and a
        Jurisprudence the Last Reconstruction, 100 YALE L.J. 1329
                      for
         (1991).
    PragmatismModified and the False Consciousness Problem, 63 S.
         CAL. L. REV. 1763 (1990).
    We Will Not Be Used, 12 AsIAN L. CAUCUS REP. 1 (1990).
    Language as Violence vs. Freedom of Expression: Canadian and
        American Perspectives on Group Defamation, 37 BUFF. L.
        REv. 337 (1989).
    Public Response to Racist Speech: Consideringthe Victim's Story,
        87 MICH. L. REV. 2320 (1989).
    When the First Quail Calls: Multiple Consciousness as Jurispru-
        dential Method, 11 WOMEN'S RTs. L. REP. 7 (1989).
    Affirmative Action and Legal Knowledge: Planting Seeds in
       Plowed-Up Ground, 11 HARV. WOMEN'S L.J. 1 (1988).
    The American Law of Gender Discrimination,UNIV. HIROSHIMA
       L.J. (1988).
    Law and Culture in the District Court of Honolulu, 1844-1845: A
       Case Study of the Rise of Legal Consciousness, 32 AM. J.
        LEGAL HIST.     16 (1988).
   Native Custom and Official Law in Hawaii, UNIV. VIENNA J. L.
       & ANTHROPOLOGY (1988).
   Looking to the Bottom: CriticalLegal Studies and Reparations,22
      HARV. C.R.-C.L. L. REV. 323 (1987).
   Liberal Jurisprudenceand Abstracted Visions of Human Nature:
      A Feminist Critique of Rawls' Theory of Justice, 16 N.M. L.
        REV.   613 (1986).
   Practioner'sGuide to Recent Developments in Section 1983 Liti-
      gation, HAW. B.J. (1981).

MATTHEW, DAYNA BOWEN, Ass't Prof., University of Virginia
School of Law; Education: Univ. of Virginia, J.D., 1987; Law Journal:
Virginia Law Review; Admitted: Virginia 1987; Past Positions: Clerk,
Hon. John Charles Thomas, Va. Sup. Ct., 1987-88; Assoc., McGuire,
Woods, Battle & Boothe, Charlottesville, Va., 1988-91; Ass't Prof.,
Virginia., since 1991; Courses Taught: Civil Procedure, Evidence, Torts
(Advanced).
    The "Terminal Condition" Condition in Virginia's Natural Death
        Act, 73 VA. L. REV. 749 (1987).

MC CARTHY, SABRINA A., Assoc. Prof., Notre Dame Law School;
Education: Univ. of Chicago, B.A., 1979, Yale Law School, J.D., 1985;
Law Journal: Yale Journal of World Public Order; Admitted: California




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1985; Past Positions: Clerk, Hon. Alvin B. Rubin, U.S.C.A., 5th Cir.,
1982-83; Clerk, Hon. Orinda D. Evans, U.S.D.C., N.D. Ga., 1983-84;
Assoc., Pillsbury, Madison & Sutro, San Fran., Cal., 1984-88; Assoc.
Prof., Tulane, 1988-91; Assoc. Prof., Notre Dame, since 1991; Courses
Taught: American Indian Law, Constitutional Criminal Procedure,
Criminal Law, Federal Civil Rights Statutes, Federal Jurisdiction, In-
ternational Human Rights Law, Refugee Law.


MC QUEARY-SMITH, BEVERLY, Vis. Prof., University of Oklahoma
Law Center; Education: Jersey City State Coll., B.A., 1970, Rutgers
Univ., M.A., 1974, New York Univ., J.D., 1977, Harvard Law School,
LL.M., 1988; Law Journal: Harvard Women's Law Journal; Admitted:
District of Columbia 1978, West Virginia 1981, Texas 1986, New Jersey
1989; Past Positions: Legis. Ass't, U.S. Sen. Jacob Javits, D.C., 1977-
79; Sr. Clerk, U.S.D.C., E.D. Mich., 1979-80; Prog. Adv'r, FTC, D.C.,
1980-82; Att'y/Adv'r, U.S. Dep't of Interior, D.C., 1982-84; Assoc.
Prof., Southern Texas Coll., 1984-88; Assoc. Prof., Touro Coil., 1988-
91; Acting Assoc. Dean, fall 1991; Prof., since 1991; Vis. Prof., Okla-
homa, 1992-93; Courses Taught: Consumer Law, Contracts, Environ-
mental Law, Legal Research & Writing, Selected Topics in Environ-
mental Law, Torts.
    Developing a World Vision: An Introduction to InternationalEn-
         vironmental Policy, ToURO J. TRANSNAT'L L. (forthcoming
         1993).
    The Bar Exam Essay Maze: A Roadmap Through the Tangle, 16 T.
         MARSHALL L. REV. 593 (1991).
    Time for Every Purpose Under the Heaven: Service-The National
         Bar Association Model, 10 ST. Louis U. PUB. L. REV. 341
         (1991).
     The Viability of Citizens' Suits Under the Clean Water Act after
         Gwaltney v. Smithfield v. Chesapeake Bay Foundation, 40 CASE
         W. RES. L. REV. 1 (1989).
    Meeting the Challenge ofProtectingthe Elderly Consumer, 50 TEx.
         B.J. 497 (1987).
     Who Gets the Bed?: State of Utah v. United States of America, 13
        PREVIEW U.S. CASES     355 (1987).
    The Scourge of Black Lung: How Much Evidence Is "Enough" To
       Prove Disability?, 13 PREVIEW U.S. CASES 62 (1987).
    FirstThey Camefor the Teachers... : Teacher Competency Testing
       and the Decertification of Texas Teachers, 12 T. MARSHALL L.
        REV. 1 (1986).




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MEADOWS, SHARON A., Ass't Clin. Prof., University of San Fran-
cisco School of Law; Education: Cornell Univ., B.A., 1972, M.A., 1972,
Univ. of Michigan, J.D., 1975; Admitted: California 1975; Past Positions:
Att'y, Romines, Tooby, Eichner, Sorenson, Menlo Park, Cal., 1975-76;
Staff Att'y, Bayview Hunter's Pt. Fdn., San Fran., Cal., 1976-79; Prin.
Trial Att'y, San Fran. Public Defender's Off., Cal., 1979-80; Ch. Coun-
sel, Bayview-Hunter's Pt. Fdn., San Fran., Cal., 1980-83; Att'y, Fed.
Public Defender, San Fran., Cal., 1983; Compliance Monitor/Att'y, Fed.
Ct., E.E.O.C., San Fran., Cal., since 1983; Ass't Clin. Prof., San
Francisco, since 1990; Courses Taught: Criminal Law Clinic, Criminal
Procedure, Criminal Trial Practice.


MEDINA, MARIA ISABEL, Ass't Prof., Loyola University School of
Law, New Orleans; Education: Monash Univ., B.A., 1977, Univ. of
New Orleans, M.A., 1979, M.F.A., 1980, Tulane Univ., J.D., 1987; Law
Journal: Tulane Law Review; Admitted: District of Columbia 1989; Past
Positions: Clerk, U.S.D.C., E.D. La., New Orleans, 1987-88; Assoc.,
Arnold & Porter, D.C., 1988-91; Ass't Prof., Loyola, New Orleans,
since 1991.


MICKENS, HELEN PRATT, Assoc. Dean & Assoc. Prof., Thomas M.
Cooley Law School; Education: Kalamazoo Coll., B.A., 1976, Thomas
M. Cooley, J.D., 1980; Admitted: Michigan 1980, Louisiana 1985; Past
Positions: Clerk, Hon. Michael Cavanagh, Mich. Ct. App., Lansing,
1980-82; Ass't Dean, Cooley, 1982-89; Ass't Prof., 1982-89; Assoc.
Dean, since 1989; Assoc. Prof., since 1989; Courses Taught: Admiralty,
Immigration & Naturalization Law, Professional Responsibility.
   Admiralty Law, 9 BENCHMARK 25 (1987).

MILES, VERYL VICTORIA, Assoc. Prof., Catholic University of
America School of Law; Education: Wells Coll., B.A., 1977, Catholic
Univ., J.D., 1980; Admitted: District of Columbia 1980, Virginia 1986;
Past Positions: Att'y Bd. of Gov'rs, Fed. Res. Sys., D.C., 1980-83;
Ass't Prof., George Mason, 1983-88; Vis. Ass't Prof., Cath. Univ.,
1987-88; Ass't Prof., 1988-90; Assoc. Prof., since 1990; Courses Taught:
Commercial Law, Commercial Paper, Corporate Finance, Creditors' &
Debtors' Rights.
    A Debtor's Right to Avoid Liens Against Exempt Property Under
        Section 522 of the Bankruptcy Code: Meaningless or Meaning-
       ful?, 65 AM. BANKR. L.J. 117 (1991).




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   Interpretingthe Nondischargeabilityof DrunkDriving Debts Under
       Section 523(a)(9) of the Bankruptcy Code: A Case of Judicial
       Legislation, 49 MD. L. REV. 156 (1990).
   Banking Affiliate Regulation Under Section 23A of the Federal
       Reserve Act, 105 BANKING L.J. 476 (1988).
   Determining the Limits of Postpetition Interest Under Section
       506(b) of the Bankruptcy Code: In re Ron Pair Enterprises, 5
       BANKR. DEV. J. 443 (1988).
   Adequate Assurance of Payment Under Section 366 of the Bank-
      ruptcy Code: A Term for Interpretive Flexibility or Judicial
      Confusion?, 20 AKRON L. REV. 715 (1987).
MILLS, GRACE M., Assoc. Library Prof., City University of New
York School of Law at Queens College; Education: Wellesley, B.A.,
1980, Columbia Univ., J.D., 1983, City Univ. N.Y., M.L.S., 1990; Law
Journal: Columbia Human Rights Law Review; Admitted: New Jersey
1986; Past Positions: Assoc. Library Prof., CUNY at Queens, since
1990; Courses Taught: Computerized Databases, Legal Research.
MILLS, JANICE L., Assoc. Prof. & Ass't Dean, North Carolina Central
University School of Law; Education: Univ. of North Carolina, B.A.,
1974, Duke Univ., J.D., 1977; Admitted: North Carolina 1977; Past
Positions: Staff Att'y, Legal Servs. of Southern Piedmont, Charlotte,
N.C., 1977-78; Staff Att'y, North State Legal Servs., Pittsboro, N.C.,
1979-80; Supervising Att'y, North Carolina Central, 1980-82; Ass't
Prof., 1982-89; Acting Ass't Dean, 1986-87; Ass't Dean, 1987-89; As-
soc. Prof., since 1989; Courses Taught: Civil Rights, Legal Method,
Real Estate Transactions, Real Property.
    NORTH CAROLINA LANDLORD AND TENANT BREACH AND REME-
        DIES (1991).
    Mary E. Wright: A Unique Dean with a Special Mission (Dean of
       North Carolina Central University School of Law), N.C. ST.
       B.Q., Fall 1991, at 26.
MOLINA, LUZ M., Vis. Assoc. Clin. Prof., Loyola University School
of Law, New Orleans; Education: Tulane Univ., J.D., 1979; Admitted:
Louisiana 1979; Past Positions: Att'y, New Orleans Legal Assist. Corp.,
La., 1979-82; Prof., Loyola, New Orleans, 1982-83; Att'y, New Or-
leans, La., 1983-84; Att'y, New Orls. Legal Assist. Corp., La., 1984-
90; Vis. Assoc. Clin. Prof., Loyola, New Orleans, since 1990; Courses
Taught: Alternative Dispute Resolution, Clinical Teaching.

MONTOYA, JEAN RAMIREZ, Assoc. Prof., University of San Diego
School of Law; Education: Princeton, A.B., 1982, U.C.L.A., J.D., 1985;




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Admitted: California 1985; Past Positions: Assoc., Irell & Manella, L.A.,
Cal., 1986-87; Dep. Public Defender, L.A. Cty. Public Defender, Cal.,
1987-89; Lect., U.C.L.A., 1989-90; Ass't Prof., San Diego, 1990-92;
Assoc. Prof., since 1992; Courses Taught: Criminal Law, Criminal Law
Clinic, Trial Advocacy.
     On Truth and Shielding in Child Abuse Trials, 43 HASTINGS L.J.
         1259 (1992).

MONTOYA, MARGARET, Visiting Ass't Prof., University of New
Mexico Law School; Education: San Diego State Univ., B.A., 1972,
Harvard, J.D., 1978; Admitted: Massachusetts 1979, New York 1984,
New Mexico 1990; Past Positions: Sheldon Fellowship, 1978-79; Assoc.,
Uhthoff Gomez Vega y Uhthoff, Mexico City, Mex., 1979-81; Assoc.,
Fine & Ambrogne, Boston, Mass., 1981-82; Staff Att'y, North Country
Legal Services, Canton, N.Y., 1983-86; Ass't to the President, State
Univ. of New York, Pottsdam, N.Y., 1986-88; Assoc. Univ. Counsel,
Univ. of New Mexico, 1988-92; Visiting Ass't Prof., Univ. of New
Mexico, since 1992; Courses Taught: Affirmative Action Seminar, Em-
ployment Discrimination, Law Practice Clinic.

MOORE, LORETTA W., Assoc. Prof., Washburn University School of
Law; Education: Park Coll., B.A., 1975, Washington Univ., J.D., 1978;
Admitted: Missouri 1978; Past Positions: Assoc. Att'y, Lashly, Caruth-
ers, Thies, Rava & Hamel, St. Louis, Mo., 1978-83; Part., Vickers,
Moore & Wiest, St. Louis, Mo., 1983-90; Att'y, St. Louis, Mo., 1990-
91; Assoc. Prof., Washburn, since 1991; Courses Taught: Alternative
Dispute Resolution, Clinical Teaching, Legal Research & Writing.

MOORE, STEPHANIE Y., Ass't Prof., District of Columbia School of
Law; Education: Oberlin Coil., B.A., 1982, Harvard Law School, J.D.,
1985; Law Journal: Harvard Law Review; Admitted: Pennsylvania 1986;
Past Positions: Clerk, Hon. A. Leon Higginbotham, Jr., U.S.C.A., 3d
Cir., Phila., Pa., 1985-87; Staff Att'y, Ctr. for Const'l Rts., N.Y., N.Y.,
1987-90; Ass't Prof., District of Columbia, since 1990; Courses Taught:
Conflict of Laws, Race, Racism & American Law.

MORAN, BEVERLY I., Assoc. Prof., University of Wisconsin Law
School; Education: Vassar Coll., A.B., 1977, Univ. of Pennsylvania,
J.D., 1981, New York Univ., LL.M., 1986; Law Journal: University of
Pennsylvania Black Law Journal; Admitted: New Jersey 1982, New
York 1982; Past Positions: Assoc., Cullen & Dykman, N.Y., N.Y., 1981-
83; Exec. Dir., N.Y. Bus. Reloc. Assist. Corp., 1983-85; Ass't Prof.,
Cincinnati, 1986-89; Assoc. Prof., 1989-90; Prof., 1990-91; Assoc.




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Prof., Wisconsin, since 1991; Courses Taught: Agency & Partnership,
Federal Taxation.
    One Tax Piece of the Savings and Loan Crisis: Can the Federal
        Home Loan Bank Board Use the InternalRevenue Code to Bail
        Out the Ailing Savings andLoan Industry?, 22 U. TOL. L. REV.
        351 (1991).
    Quantum Leap: A Black Woman Uses Legal Education To Obtain
        Her Honorary White Pass, 6 BERKELEY WOMEN'S L.J. 118
        (1991).
    Stargazing: The Alternative Minimum Tax for Individuals and Fu-
        ture Tax Reform, 69 OR. L. REv. 223 (1990).
    Welcome to the Funhouse:The Incredible Maze of Modern Divorce
        Taxation, 26 HARV. J. LEGIS. 117 (1989).

MORAN, RACHEL, Prof., University of California at Berkeley School
of Law; Education: Stanford, A.B., 1978, Yale Law School, J.D., 1981;
Law Journal: Yale Law Journal; Admitted: California 1984; Past Posi-
tions: Clerk, Hon. Wilfred Feinberg, Chief Justice, U.S.C.A., 2d Cir.,
N.Y., N.Y., 1981-82; Assoc., Heller, Ehrman, White & McAuliffe, San
Fran., Cal., 1982-83; Acting Prof., Berkeley, 1984-90; Prof., since 1990;
Courses Taught: Bilingualism & The Law, Criminal Procedure, Law &
Education, Torts.
    Of Democracy, Devaluation, and BilingualEducation, CREIGHTON
       L. REV. (forthcoming 1993).
    Getting a Foot in the Door: The Hispanic Push for Equal Educa-
        tional Opportunity in Denver, 2 KAN. J.L. & PUB. POL'Y 35
         (1992).
    Irritation and Intrigue: The Intricacies of Language Rights and
        Language Policy, 85 N.M. L. REV. 790 (1991).
    Diversity and Citizenship, 6 Focus ON LEGAL STUD. 6 (1990).
    Language and Law in the Classroom:BilingualEducation and the
        Official English Initiative, in PERSPECTIVES ON OFFICIAL EN-
        GLISH: THE CAMPAIGN FOR ENGLISH AS THE OFFICIAL LAN-
        GUAGE OF THE USA 285 (Karen Adams & David Brink eds.,
        1990).
    Discretion Under Fire: The Challenge of BilingualEducation in the
        U.S.A., in LANGUAGE AND LAW: PROCEEDINGS OF THE FIRST
        INTERNATIONAL      INSTITUTE      OF COMPARATIVE            LINGUISTIC
       LAW 473 (P. Pupier & J. Woehrling eds., 1989).
    Knocking on the Schoolhouse Doorand Wondering What's Inside,
        4 BERKELEY WOMEN'S L.J. 259 (1989).
    Strange Bedfellows: The Keyes Case and the Politics of Bilingual
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        PRACTICE OF FEDERALISM    89 (Harry Scheiber & Malcolm Fee-
        ley eds., 1989).
    The Politics of Discretion:FederalIntervention in Bilingual Edu-
        cation, 76 CAL. L. REV. 1249 (1988).
    Bilingual Education as a Status Conflict, 75 CAL. L. REV. 321
        (1987).
    Commentary: The Implications ofBeing a Society of One, 20 U.S.F.
        L. REV. 503 (1986).
    Reflections on the Enigma of Indeterminacy in Child-Advocacy
        Cases, 74 CAL. L. REV. 603 (1986).
    Foreword-The Lessons of Keyes: How Do You Translate "The
        American Dream"? (Keyes v. School District No. 1), 1 LA
        RAZA L.J. 195 (1984).
    Quasi-Suspect Classes and Proofof DiscriminatoryIntent: A New
        Model, 90 YALE L.J. 912 (1981).

MORGAN, DENISE C., Ass't Prof., Florida State University College
of Law; Education: Yale Coll., B.A., 1986, Yale Law School, J.D.,
1990; Law Journal: Yale Journal of Law & Liberation; Admitted: Con-
necticut 1990, New York 1991; Past Positions: Ass't Prof., Florida State,
since 1990; Clerk, Hon. Marilyn Hall Patel, N.D. Cal., 1991-92; Courses
Taught: Education Law; Race, Gender & the Law.
    Role Models: Who Needs Them Anyway?, 6 BERKELEY WOMEN'S
        L.J. 122 (1991).

NARASIMHAN, SUBHA, Prof., Columbia University School of Law;
Education: Univ. of London, B.S., 1970, M.S., 1972, Stanford Univ.,
Ph.D., 1975, Columbia Univ., J.D., 1980; Admitted: New York 1981;
Past Positions: Clerk, Hon. Louis H. Pollak, E.D. Pa., 1980-81; Ass't
Prof., Columbia, 1981-86; Assoc. Prof., 1986-87; Prof., since 1987;
Courses Taught: Contracts, Labor Law, Torts.
    Relationship or Boundary?HandlingSuccessive Contracts, 77 CAL.
        L. REV. 1077 (1989).
    Modification: The Self-Help Specific Performance Remedy, 97
        YALE L.J. 61 (1987).
    Of Expectations, Incomplete Contracting, and the Bargain Princi-
        ple, 74 CAL. L. REV. 1123 (1986).

NAYO, LYDIA A., Assoc. Prof., Loyola Law School, Los Angeles;
Education: San Francisco State Univ., B.A., 1981, Georgetown Univ.,
J.D., 1986; Admitted: Maryland 1986, District of Columbia 1988; Past
Positions: Assoc., Weinberg & Green, Baltimore, MD, 1986-90; Instr.,




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Baltimore, 1989-90; Assoc. Prof., Loyola, L.A., since 1990; Courses
Taught: Family Law/Community Property, Legal Research & Writing.

NEAL, ODEANA RAE, Ass't Prof., University of Baltimore School of
Law; Education: Harvard & Radcliffe, A.B., 1983, Harvard Law
School, J.D., 1986; Admitted: District of Columbia 1987, Massachusetts
1987; Past Positions: Clerk, D.C. Ct. of App., 1986-87; Supv'g Att'y,
D.C. Law Students in Ct. Prog., 1987-89; Ass't Prof., Baltimore, since
1989; Courses Taught: Community Legal Education Clinic, Housing
Law Clinic, Internship Program, Juvenile Justice, Property.
    The Making of a Law Teacher, 6 BERKELEY WOMEN'S L.J. 128
        (1991).

NELKEN, MELISSA L., Prof., University of California, Hastings Col-
lege of the Law; Education: Brandeis Univ., B.A., 1965, Harvard, M.A.,
1967, Ph.D. Cand., Harvard Univ., 1966-70; Univ. of Michigan, J.D.,
1974; Admitted: Michigan 1974, California 1979; Past Positions: Assoc.,
Sommers, Schwartz, Silver, Schwartz & Tyler, Ann Arbor, Mich.,
1974-77; Assoc. Dir., Mich. Judicial Planning Comm., Ann Arbor, 1977-
78; Clin. Instr., Michigan, 1979; Adj. Ass't Prof., Hastings, 1979-84;
Assoc., Heller, Ehrman, White & McAuliff, San Fran., Cal., 1980-84;
Ass't Prof., Hastings, 1984-86; Assoc. Prof., 1986-91; Prof., since 1991;
Courses Taught: Alternative Dispute Resolution, Civil Procedure, Law
& Psychiatry, Office Practice, Trial Advocacy.
    SANCTIONS: RULE II AND OTHER POWERS (ed., 3d ed. 1992).
    PROBLEMS AND CASES IN INTERVIEWING, COUNSELING AND NE-
        GOTIATION   (3d ed. 1986) (with Mark K. Shoenfield, Anthony
        Bocchino & Thomas Geraghty).
    Has the ChancellorShot Himself in the Foot?Lookingfor a Middle
       Ground on Rule 11 Sanctions, 41 HASTINGS L.J. 383 (1990).
    The Impact of Federal Rule 11 on Lawyers and Judges in the
       Northern Districtof California, 74 JUDICATURE 147 (1990).
    One Step Forward, Two Steps Back: Summay Judgment After
       Celotex, 40 HASTINGS L.J. 53 (1988).
    Sanctions UnderAmended FederalRule 11-Some "Chilling" Prob-
       lems in the Struggle Between Compensation and Punishment,
       74 GEO. L.J. 1313 (1986).

NELSON, GAYLE D., Assoc. Prof., Widener University School of Law;
Education: Univ. of Michigan, B.A., 1973, Univ. of Pennsylvania, J.D.,
1978; Admitted: Pennsylvania 1978, District of Columbia 1980; Past
Positions: Att'y, Morgan, Lewis & Bockius, Phila., Pa., 1978 - 79; Att'y,
FCC, D.C., 1980-83; Ass't Gen. Counsel, Nat'l Public Radio, Inc.,




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D.C., 1983-84; Assoc., White & Assoc., D.C., 1984-85; Assoc., Hun-
ton & Williams, D.C., 1985-88; Assoc. Prof., Widener, since 1988;
Courses Taught: Administrative Law, Mass Communications Law.
    Teaching Administrative Law in the 21st Century, 1 WIDENER J.
        PUB. L. (1992).

NEVARES-MUIZ, DORA, Prof., Inter American University School of
Law; Education: Univ. of Puerto Rico, J.D., 1972, M.A., 1976, Univ.
of Pennsylvania, Ph.D., 1981; Admitted: Puerto Rico 1973; Past Posi-
tions: Counsel, Legal Aid Soc., P.R., 1973-76; Lect., Puerto Rico, fall
1975; Ass't Prof., Inter American, 1976-82; Assoc. Prof., 1982-87;
Prof., since 1987; Courses Taught: Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure,
Evidence.
   JUVENILE DELINQUENCY IN PUERTO Rico: THE 1970 BIRTH CO-
      HORT STUDY (1990) (with M. Wolfgand & P. Tracy).
   PUERTO RICAN CRIMINAL LAW PROCEDURE (3d ed., 1988).
   THE PUERTO RICO PENAL CODE, REV. & COMT'D (1986).
   PUERTO RICAN CRIMINAL LAW (1983).
    Comentario a la Ponencia del Honorable Edgar Saavedra Rojas,
        60 REV. JUR. U.P.R. 1085 (1991).
   Andlisis Critico del C6digo Penal de Puerto Rico, 24 REV. JUR.
       U.I. 5 (1989).
   La Encuesta de Percepci6n de Severidad de Delitos: Resumen de
      Hallazgos y Andlisis a la Luz del C6digo Penal, 24 REV. JUR.
      U.I. 79 (1989) (with Miguel Valencia).
   Sentencias Que Realmente Se Cumplen, 24 REV. JUR. U.I. 139
       (1989).
   Asesinatos y Homicidios, 23 REV. JUR. U.I. 1 (1988).
   Las Drogas:Prohibici6nTotal vs. ControlReglamentado, 26 REV.
      D.P. 27 (1986).
   PenasPonderadasy el Mandato ConstitucionalContra los Castigos
       Crueles, 19 REV. JUR. U.I. 289 (1985).
   The Eighth Amendment Revisited: A Model of Weighted Punish-
        ments, 75 J. CRIM. L. & CRIMINOLOGY 272 (1984).
   La Sentencia Determinada Aspectos Constitucionales, 43 REV.
        COL. AB. P.R. 421 (1982).
   Evolution of PenalCodificationin PuertoRico: A Century of Chaos,
        51 REV. JUR. U.P.R. 87 (1982).
   Fundamentals of Penal Codification, 16 REV. JUR. U.I. 201 (1982).

NEVILLE-EWELL, FLORISE R., Ass't Prof., Wayne State University
Law School; Education: Yale Coll., B.A., 1981, Yale Law School, J.D.,
1984; Admitted: Illinois 1984, Michigan 1988; Past Positions: Clerk, Hon.




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Julian A. Cook, Jr., U.S.D.C., E.D. Mich., 1984-86; Assoc., Sidley &
Austin, Chicago, Ill., 1986-88; Assoc., Honigman, Miller, Schwartz &
Cohn, Detroit, Mich., 1988-90; Ass't Prof., Wayne State, since 1990;
Courses Taught: Property, Real Estate Finance.
     Real Estate Transactions:The AIDS Influence, 5 HOFSTRA PROP.
        L.J. (forthcoming 1993).

NEWBORN, MARY JOSEPHINE, Ass't Prof., University of San Diego
School of Law; Education: Smith Coll., B.A., 1984, Univ. of Michigan,
J.D., 1987; Law Journal: Michigan Law Review; Admitted: Indiana
1987; Past Positions: Assoc., Ice, Miller, Donadio & Ryan, Indpls., Ind.,
1987-90; Ass't Prof., San Diego, since 1990; Courses Taught: Bank-
ruptcy, Health Care Law, Products Liability, Secured Transactions.
    The PrecariousPlightof Corporateand Partnership      Debtors Under
        Section 362(h) of the Bankruptcy Code, in 1992 ANNUAL SUR-
        VEY OF BANKRUPTCY LAW          (1992).

NOLAN, LAURENCE C., Assoc. Prof., Howard University School of
Law; Education: Univ. of Michigan, J.D., 1974; Admitted: Michigan
1974, District of Columbia 1982, Maryland 1983; Past Positions: Vis.
Assoc. Prof., Howard, 1982-84; Assoc. Prof., since 1984; Courses
Taught: Estates, Family Law, Law & Aging, Legal Method.
    LEGAL STATUS OF PARENT AND CHILD 1986 (1987).


NORTHERN, KATHY SEWARD, Ass't Prof., Ohio State University
College of Law; Education: Williams Coll. B.A., 1980, Harvard Law
School, J.D., 1983; Admitted: Ohio 1983; Past Positions: Clerk,
U.S.D.C., S.D. Ohio, 1983-85; Assoc., Porter, Wright, Morris & Ar-
thur, Columbus, Ohio, 1985-90; Ass't Prof., Ohio Northern Univ.,
1990-91; Ass't Prof., Ohio State, since 1991; Courses Taught: Complex
Litigation, Environmental Torts, Products Liability, Torts.
     PRODUCTS LIABILITY (Supp. 1992) (with Stuart M. Madden).

NORTON, ELEANOR HOLMES, Prof., Georgetown University Law
Center; Education: Antioch Coll., B.A., 1960, M.A., 1963, Yale Law
School, LL.B., 1964; Admitted: District of Columbia 1965, Pennsylvania
1965; Past Positions: Clerk, Hon. A. Leon Higginbotham, U.S.D.C.,
E.D. Pa., Phila., 1964-65; Att'y & Ass't Legal Dir., ACLU, N.Y.,
N.Y., 1965-70; Chrm. & Comm'r, N.Y. Comm. on Human Rts., N.Y.,
N.Y., 1970-77; Exec. Ass't to the Mayor, Mayor John Lindsay, N.Y.,
N.Y., 1971-74; Chrm. & Comm'r, E.E.O.C., D.C., 1977-81; Sr. Fellow,
Urban Inst., D.C., 1981; Prof., Georgetown, since 1982; Courses




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Taught: Equal      Employment         Opportunity       Law,         Labor   Law,
Negotiations.
    SEX DISCRIMINATION       AND THE LAW:           CAUSES      AND REMEDIES
        (1975) (with Babcock, Freeman & Ross).
    Symposium Honoring Judge A. Leon Higginbotham, Jr., 9 L. &
        INEQUALITY J. vi (1992) (with Toni M. Jackson, Helen J. Kim,
        William R. Brennan, Jr., Clifford Scott Green, Stephanie Frank-
        lin-Suber, Anita L. Allen, Roy L. Brooks, Robert J. Cottrol,
        Barbara K. Kopytoff & Gerald Torres).
    The End of the Griggs Economy: DoctrinalAdjustment for the New
       American Workplace. (Overview: Civil Rights in the 1990s-
        Title VII and Employment Discrimination),8 YALE L. & POL'Y
        REV. 197 (1990).
    Bargainingand the Ethic of Process, 64 N.Y.U. L. REV. 493 (1989).
    DiscriminationActions in Federal Court, 30 N.H. B. J. 219 (1989).
    Justice and Efficiency in Dispute Systems, 5 OHIO ST. J. ON' DISP.
        RESOL. 207 (1989).
    Equal Employment Law: Crisis in InterpretationSurvival Against
        the Odds, 62 TUL. L. REV. 681 (1988).
    ProfessionalAssociations Related to Law LibarianshipSociety of
       American Law Teachers, 79 L. LIBR. J. 280 (1987).
    Women's Rights: An End, a Beginning, 13 HUM. RTS. 44 (1986).
    Good-By ERA ...     Hello Equality, 12 HUM. RTS. Q. 24 (1984).
   The Private Bar and Public Confusion: A New Civil Rights Chal-
       lenge, 27 How. L.J. 1225 (1984).
   FairHousing and NeighborhoodStabilization.,A New Way to Look
       at an Old Problem, 3 PUB. L. F. 55 (1983).
   Public Assistance, Post-New Deal Bureaucracy, and the Law:
      Learningfrom Negative Models, 92 YALE L.J. 1287 (1983).


NORWOOD, KIMBERLY JADE, Assoc. Prof., Washington University
School of Law; Education: Fordham Univ., B.A., 1982, Univ. of Mis-
souri, J.D., 1985; Law Journal: Missouri Law Review; Admitted: Mis-
souri 1985, Pennsylvania 1986, Illinois 1987; Past Positions: Clerk, Hon.
Clifford Green, U.S.D.C., E.D. Pa., Phila., 1985-86; Assoc., Bryan,
Cave, McPheeters & McRoberts, St. Louis, Mo., 1986-90; Assoc.
Prof., Washington Univ., since 1990; Courses Taught: Pretrial Practice,
Products Liability, Torts.
     (Under the name of Kimberly Jade Tillman) Product Defects Re-
         sulting in Pure Economic Loss: Under What Theory Can a
         Consumer Recover?, 50 Mo. L. REV. 625 (1986).




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OROROKUMA, INYEAI E., Ass't Prof., University of Cincinnati Col-
lege of Law; Education: Wellesley Coll., B.A., 1979, Vanderbilt Univ.,
J.D., 1984; Admitted: Ohio 1984; Past Positions: Staff Att'y, Legal Aid
Soc. of Cincinnati, Ohio, 1984-85; Staff Att'y, U.S.C.A., 6th Cir.,
Cincinnati, Ohio, since 1985; Vis. Ass't Prof., Cincinnati, 1987-88;
Ass't Prof., since 1988.

ORTIZ, MARTINE MICHELLE, Ass't Prof., New England School of
Law; Education: Seton Hall Univ., J.D., 1983, Boston Univ., LL.M.,
1988; Admitted: New York 1985, Massachusetts 1986; Past Positions:
Ct. Analyst, Off. of Ct. Admin., Bronx, N.Y., 1981-85; Law Ass't,
Bronx Sup. Ct., N.Y., 1985-86; Law Clerk, Boston Juv. Ct., Mass.,
1986; Spec. Ass't Corp. Counsel, City of Boston, 1986-88; Counsel,
Off. of the Comptroller, Commonwealth of Mass., Boston, 1988-90;
Special Ass't Mass. Att'y Gen., 1990; Contract Admin'r, First Nat'l
Bank of Boston, Mass., 1990-91; Ass't Prof., New England, since 1991;
Courses Taught: Commercial Paper, Sales.

PADILLA, LAURA, Assoc. Prof., California Western School of Law;
Education: Stanford Univ., B.A., 1983, Stanford Law School, J.D.,
1987; Admitted: California 1988, District of Columbia 1988; Past Posi-
tions: Assoc., Steinhart & Falconer, San Fran., Cal., 1988-90; Assoc.,
Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton, San Diego, Cal., 1990-92; As-
soc. Prof., Cal. Western, since 1992; Courses Taught: Community Prop-
erty, Property, Trusts & Estates.

PADUA de ROSARIO, NOELIA, Prof. & Librarian, Catholic University
of Puerto Rico School of Law; Education: Univ. of Puerto Rico, M.L.S.,
1970, Catholic Univ. of Puerto Rico, J.D., 1973; Law Journal: Revista
de Derecho Puertorriquefio.; Admitted: Puerto Rico 1974; Past Positions:
Instr., Catholic Univ. of Puerto Rico, 1970-73; Prof., 1973-76; Ass't
Prof., 1976-88; Librarian (Dir.), since 1976; Assoc. Prof., 1988-90;
Prof., since 1990; Courses Taught: Civil Rights, Legal Bibliography.

PALACIOS, VICTORIA, Assoc. Prof., Southern Methodist University
School of Law; Education: Univ. of Nebraska, J.D., 1975; Past Positions:
Ass't Prof., Univ. of Utah, 1977-83; Adj. Prof., 1983-88; Chair, Utah
Parole Bd., Salt Lake City, 1983-90; Vis. Assoc. Prof., Notre Dame,
1990-91; Assoc. Prof., Southern Methodist, since 1991; Courses Taught:
Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Employment Discrimination.

PATTERSON, ELIZABETH HAYES, Assoc. Prof., Georgetown Uni-
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Wilson Fellow, Stanford Univ., 1967-68, Catholic Univ., J.D., 1973;
Admitted: Pennsylvania 1974, District of Columbia 1975; Past Positions:
Clerk, Hon. Ruggero J. Aldisert, U.S.C.A., 3d Cir., 1973-74; Assoc.,
Hogan & Hartson, D.C., 1974-77; Adj. Prof., Cath. Univ., 1976; Chair/
Comm'r, D.C. Public Serv. (Util.) Comm., 1977-80; Assoc. Prof.,
Georgetown, since 1980; Courses Taught: Conflict of Laws, Contracts,
Race & American Law, Secured Transactions.
    UCC Section 2-612(3): Breach of an Installment Contract and a
        Hobson's Choice for the Aggrieved Party, 48 OHIo ST. L.J.
        177 (1987).
    United Nations Convention on Contractsfor the InternationalSale
        of Goods: Unification and the Tension Between Compromise
        and Domination, 22 STAN. J. INT'L L. 263 (1986).


PAYTON, SALLYANNE, Prof., University of Michigan Law School;
Education: Stanford Univ., B.A., 1964, Stanford Law School, LL.B.,
1968; Law Journal: Stanford Law Review; Admitted: California 1969,
District of Columbia 1969; Past Positions: Assoc., Covington & Burling,
D.C., 1968-71; Staff Ass't to Pres. of U.S., White House Domestic
Coun., D.C., 1971-73; Ch. Counsel, Urban Mass Transp. Admin., U.S.
Dep't of Transp., D.C., 1973-76; Assoc. Prof., Michigan, 1976-85;
Prof., since 1985; Courses Taught: Administrative Law, Law & Medi-
cine, Regulated Industries, State & Local Government.
    Releasing Excellence: Erasing Gender Zoning from the Legal Mind,
         Address Before the Women and the Law Conference (Nov. 11,
         1984), in 18 IND. L. REv. 629 (1985).
    Is Thinking Like a Lawyer Enough?, 18 U. MICH. J.L. REF. 233
         (1985).
    Regulation Through the Looking Glass:Hospitals,Blue Cross, and
         Certificate-of-Need, 79 MicH. L. REv. 203 (1980) (with Rhoda
         M. Powsner).


PERRY, TWILA L., Assoc. Prof., Rutgers University, S.I. Newhouse
Center for Law & Justice; Education: Mt. Holyoke Coll., B.A., 1970,
Columbia Univ., M.S.W., 1973, New York Univ., J.D., 1976; Law
Journal: New York University Law Review; Admitted: New York 1977;
Past Positions: Assoc., Winthrop, Stimson, Putnam & Roberts, N.Y.,
N.Y., 1976-78; Clerk, Hon. Mary Johnson Lowe, U.S.D.C., S.D.N.Y.,
1978-79; Ass't U.S. Att'y, U.S. Dep't of Just., N.Y., N.Y., 1979-83;
Assoc. Prof., Rutgers, since 1984; Courses Taught: Children & the Law,
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   Justice O'Connorand Children and the Law (The Jurisprudenceof
       Justice Sandra Day O'Connor), 13 WOMEN'S RTs. L. REP. 81
       (1991).
   No-fault Divorce and Liability Without Fault: Can Family Law
       Learnfrom Torts?, 52 OHIO ST. L.J. 55 (1991).
   Race and ChildPlacement: The Best Interests Test and the Cost of
       Discretion, 29 J. FAM. L. 51 (1991).
   DissolutionPlanningin Family Law: A Critiqueof CurrentAnalyses
       and a Look Toward the Future, 24 FAM. L.Q. 77 (1990).

PETERS, JEAN KOH, Assoc. Clin. Prof. & Sup. Atty., Yale Law
School; Education: Harvard Coll., B.A., 1979, Harvard Law School,
J.D., 1982; Admitted: New York 1983, Connecticut 1989; Past Positions:
Clerk, Hon. William P. Gray, U.S.D.C., L.A., Cal., 1982-83; Staff
Att'y, Legal Aid Soc., Juv. Rts. Div., N.Y., N.Y., 1983-85; Ass't Clin.
Prof., Columbia, 1986-89; Assoc. Clin. Prof. & Sup. Att'y, Yale, since
1989; Courses Taught: Child Advocacy, Clinical Teaching, Disability
Law, Juvenile Law, Political Asylum, Prison Legal Services, Profes-
sional Responsibility.
    Jose andSarah'sStory: The Usefulness ofRoleplay in An Ethically-
        Based Evaluation of the Present and Future Family Court, 21
        PAC. L.J. 897 (1990).
    Schall v. Martin and the Transformation of Judicial Precedent, 31
        B.C. L. REV. 641 (1990).
    Concrete Strategies for Managing Ethically-Based Conflicts Be-
        tween Children'sLawyers and Consulting Social Workers Who
        Serve the Same Client, CHILDREN'S LEGAL RTs. J., Spring
        1989, at 15.

PHILLIPS, STEPHANIE L., Assoc. Prof., State University of New
York at Buffalo School of Law; Education: State Univ. of New York
at Buffalo, B.S., 1978, Harvard Law School, J.D., 1981, Hastie Fellow,
Univ. of Wisconsin, 1988; Admitted: Pennsylvania 1983, Florida 1984;
Past Positions: Instr., Miami, 1981-82; Staff Att'y, U.S.C.A., 9th Cir.,
San Fran., Cal., 1982-83; Assoc., Stearns, Weaver, Miller, Weissler,
Alhadeff & Sitterson, P.A., Miami, Fla., 1983-88; Assoc. Prof., Buffalo,
since 1989; Courses Taught: Conflict of Laws, Law & Religion, Secu-
rities Regulation.

PIERCE, CYNTHIA STRAKER, Assoc. Prof., St. John's University
School of Law; Education: Brooklyn Law School, J.D., 1953, LL.M.,
1956; Admitted: New York 1954, District of Columbia 1960; Past Posi-
tions: Instr., Howard, 1956-62; Att'y/Adv'r, Fed. Aviation Agency,




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D.C., 1962-70; Sr. Att'y/Adv'r, U.S. Dep't of Transp., D.C., 1970-82;
Assoc. Prof., St. John's, since 1983; Courses Taught: Administrative
Law, Alternative Dispute Resolution, Contracts, Legal Research &
Writing, Professional Responsibility.

POLIN, SANDRA, Vis. Ass't Prof., North Carolina Central University
School of Law; Education: Williams Coll., 1980, Univ. of Toledo Coll.
of Law, 1983; Admitted: New York 1984, Ohio 1985; Past Positions:
Ass't Prof., Univ. of Toledo, 1987-90; Vis. Ass't Prof., Thomas Cooley,
1990-92; Vis. Ass't Prof., North Carolina Central, since 1992; Courses
Taught: Business Associations, Contracts, Entertainment Law, Women
in the Law.

POST, DEBORAH WAIRE, Assoc. Prof., Touro College Jacob D.
Fuchsberg Law Center; Education: Harvard Law School, J.D., 1978;
Admitted: Texas 1979; Past Positions: Assoc., Bracewell & Patterson,
Houston, Tex., 1978-83; Ass't Prof., Univ. of Houston, 1983-88; Vis.
Ass't Prof., Touro, 1987-88; Assoc. Prof., since 1988; Courses Taught:
Contracts, Corporations, Securities Law, Sociology of Law.
   Profits, Progress, and Moral Imperatives. A Review in the Market-
        place: Jewish Business Ethics, 9 TouRo L. REV. (forthcoming
        1993).
   Race, Riots and the Rule of Law, 70 DEN. U. L. REv. (forthcoming
        1993).
   Reflections on Identity, Diversity and Morality, 6 BERKELEY WOM-
        EN'S L.J. 136 (1991).
   Continuity and Change: Partnership   Formation Under the Common
        Law, 32 VILL. L. REv. 987 (1987).

RAMIZ, DEBORAH A., Ass't Prof., Northeastern University School
of Law; Education: Northwestern Univ., B.A., 1977, Harvard Law
School, J.D., 1981; Admitted: Massachusetts 1981; Past Positions: As-
soc., Hale & Dorr, Boston, Mass., 1982-84; Ass't U.S. Att'y, Dep't of
Just., Boston, Mass., 1984-89; Ass't Prof., Northeastern, since 1988;
Courses Taught: Advanced Criminal Procedure, Criminal Law, Profes-
sional Responsibility.
    Excluding Voices: The Disenfranchisementof Ethnic Groupsfrom
        Jury Service, 1993 Wisc. L. REv. (forthcoming 1993).

RAMOS-BUONOMO, IVETTE, Assoc. Dean & Prof., University of
Puerto Rico School of Law; Education: Harvard, Grad. Study, 1955-
58, Univ. of Puerto Rico, J.D., 1973, Columbia Univ., LL.M., 1982,
J.S.D. Cand., Columbia; Law Journal: Puerto Rico Law Review; Ad-




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mitted: Puerto Rico 1974; Past Positions: Att'y, Trias, Francis, Doval,
Colorado & Carlo, San Juan, P.R., 1973-74; Ass't Prof., Puerto Rico,
1974-81; Assoc. Prof., 1981-88; Assoc. Dean, since 1987; Prof., since
1988; Acting Chancellor, since 1988; Courses Taught: Civil Procedure,
Clinical Teaching, Domestic Relations, Estates, Legal Interviewing,
Legal Profession, Women and the Law.

RANDALL, VERNELLIA R., Ass't Prof., University of Dayton School
of-Law; Education: Amarillo Coll., A.A., 1968, Univ. of Texas, B.S.,
1972, Univ. of Washington, M.S., 1978, Public Health Grad. Study,
1984, Lewis and Clark, J.D., 1987; Admitted: Oregon 1987; Past Posi-
tions: Public Health House, Alaska, Or. & Wash., 1972-84; Att'y, Bul-
livant, Houser, Bailey, et al., Portland, Or., 1987-90; Adj. Prof., Lewis
& Clark, 1989-90; Ass't Prof., Dayton, since 1990; Courses Taught:
Health Care Law, Torts.
     Racist Health Care: Reforming an Unjust Health Care System To
         Meet the Needs of African-Americans, HEALTH MATRIX (forth-
        coming 1993).

RAY, ELLEN-MARIE, Ass't Prof. & Dir., Clin. Progs., New England
School of Law; Education: Dickinson Coll., B.A., 1971, Boston State
Coll., M.Ed., 1980, Northeastern Univ., J.D., 1981; Admitted: Massa-
chusetts 1981; Past Positions: Assoc., Henry E. Quarles, Jr:, Boston,
Mass., 1981-83; Counsel II, Mass. Off. for Children, Boston, 1983-85;
Staff Counsel, Cambridge Housing Auth., Mass., 1985-86; Clin. Instr.
& Att'y, Legal Servs. Ctr., Boston, Mass., 1987-90; Ass't Prof. & Dir.,
Clin. Progs., New England, since 1990; Courses Taught: Clinical Teach-
ing, Family Law, Lawyering Process.

REECE, SHARON A., Ass't Prof., Albany Law School; Education:
Univ. of the West Indies, B.A., 1973, Long Island Univ, M.A., 1975,
Hofstra Univ., J.D., 1978, New York Univ., LL.M., 1986; Admitted:
New York 1979, Connecticut 1987; Past Positions: Assoc. Att'y, Legal
Aid Soc., N.Y., N.Y., 1978-79; Assoc. Clerk, Off. of Ct. Admin., N.Y.,
N.Y., 1981-85; Tax Att'y, Berchem & Moses, Milford, Conn., 1985-
87; Adj. Prof., Bridgeport, 1987-89; Ass't Prof., Albany, since 1989;
Courses Taught: Corporate Reorganizations, Corporate Tax, Deferred
Compensation, Federal Income Tax, Tax Accounting.
    Regulating Public Pension Fund Investments: The Role of Federal
        Legislation, 6 B.Y.U. J. PUB. L. 101 (1992) (with Richard Mor-
        rissey & Mary Beth Navin).
    Lack of Consent Although Informed: FetalNeglect, 32 MED. TRIAL
        TECH. Q. 130 (1985) (with E. Albert Reece).




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RHODES, PAULA R., Prof., University of Denver College of Law;
Education: American Univ., B.A., 1971, Harvard Law School, J.D.,
1974; Admitted: Louisiana 1975, District of Columbia 1979; Past Posi-
tions: Att'y & Proj. Mgr., Legal Servs. Corp., D.C., 1969-77; Staff
Att'y, La. Dep't of Just., New Orleans, La. 1974-77; Assoc., Dorsey
& Marks, New Orleans, La., 1975-77; Prof., Howard, 1979-90; Vis.
Prof., Denver, 1989-90; Prof., since 1991; Courses Taught: Comparative
Law, Contracts, International Business Transactions, International
Economic Law, International Human Rights, International Law, Inter-
national Organizations.
    REGULATION OF MULTINATIONAL CORPORATIONS: LAW OF TRANS-
       NATIONAL BUSINESS TRANSACTIONS (V. Nanda, ed., 1990).
    "We the People" and the Struggle for a New World: The Consti-
       tution of the United States of America and InternationalHu-
       man Rights, 30 How. L.J. 997 (1987).
    Academic Workshop: Should We Continue To DistinguishBetween
       Public and Private International Law?, AM. Soc. INT'L L.
       PROC. 352 (1985) (with Mark W. Janis & Friedrich K. Juenger).
    Energy Security Act and Its Implications for Economic Develop-
       ment, 24 How. L.J. 245 (1981).

ROBERTS, DOROTHY E., Assoc. Prof., Rutgers University, S.I. New-
house Center for Law & Justice; Education: Yale Coll., B.A., 1977,
Harvard Law School, J.D., 1980; Admitted: New York 1981; Past Po-
sitions: Clerk, Hon. Constance Baker Motley, S.D.N.Y., 1980-81; As-
soc., Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison, N.Y., N.Y., 1982-88;
Assoc. Prof., Rutgers, since 1988; Courses Taught: Civil Liberties,
Criminal Law.
     PunishingDrug Addicts Who Have Babies: Women of Color,Equal-
         ity, and the Right of Privacy, 104 HARV. L. REv. 1419 (1991).
     Sandra Day O'Connor, Conservative Discourse, and Reproductive
         Freedom (The Jurisprudenceof Justice Sandra Day O'Connor),
         13 WOMEN'S RTs. L. REP. 95 (1991).
     The Future of Reproductive Choice for Poor Women and Women
         of Color, 12 WOMEN'S RTS. L. REP. 59 (1990).

ROBINSON, ALFREDA, Ass't Dean, Student Affrs., George Washing-
ton University National Law Center; Education: B.A., 1973, Univ. of
Chicago, M.A., 1976, George Washington Univ., J.D., 1978; Admitted:
District of Columbia 1978; Past Positions: Sr. Trial Counsel, U.S. Dep't
of Just., Civil Div., 1978-87; Part., Bennett & Robinson, D.C., since
1987; Ass't Dean, George Washington, since 1989; Courses Taught:
Advanced Civil Procedure (Discovery).




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ROBINSON, HOLLY L., Assoc. Prof., Seton Hall University School
of Law; Education: Swarthmore Coll., B.A., 1971, New York Univ.,
J.D., 1975; Admitted: New York 1976; Past Positions: Staff Att'y, Legal
Aid Soc., Juv. Rts. Div., N.Y., N.Y., 1975-77; Staff Att'y, Dist. Coun.
37, Municipal Employees Legal Servs. Plan, N.Y., N.Y., 1977-78; Vis.
Prof. & Dir., Supportive Servs., Seton Hall, 1978-79; Ass't Prof., 1979-
84; Assoc. Prof., since 1984; Courses Taught: Domestic Relations, Es-
tates & Trusts, Property.
    Joint Custody: ConstitutionalImperatives, 54 U. CIN. L. REv. 27
        (1985).
    Joint Custody: An Idea Whose Time Has Come, 21 J. FAM. L. 641
        (1983).

ROBINSON, MILDRED WIGFALL, Prof., University of Virginia
School of Law; Education: Fisk Univ., B.A., 1965, Howard Univ., J.D.,
1968, Harvard Law School, LL.M., 1971; Admitted: Massachusetts
1971; Past Positions: Ass't Dean, Boston Univ., 1971-72; Ass't Prof.,
Florida State, 1972-76; Assoc. Prof., 1976-84; Assoc. Dean, 1983-84;
Vis. Assoc. Prof., Univ. of Virginia, 1984-85; Assoc. Prof., 1985-88;
Prof., since 1988; Courses Taught: Federal Taxation, State & Local
Taxation, Trusts & Estates.

ROMANY, CELINA, Prof., City University of New York at Queens
College; Education: Trinity Coll., B.A., 1971, Univ. of Puerto Rico,
J.D., 1974, New York Univ., LL.M., 1975, Yale, Vis. Scholar, 1984;
Law Journal: Puerto Rico Law Review; Admitted: Puerto Rico 1974;
Past Positions: Trial Exam'r, P.R. Labor Rel. Bd., 1976; Ass't Prof.,
Inter American Univ., 1977-81; Assoc. Prof., 1981-86; Vis. Assoc.
Prof., CUNY at Queens, 1986-88; Assoc. Prof., since 1988; Schell
Fellow in Int'l Human Rights Law, Yale, Spring 1992; Courses Taught:
Administrative Law, Employment Discrimination, Equality/Civil
Rights, Feminist Jurisprudence, Jurisprudence, International Human
Rights Law, Labor Law.
   PUERTO   Rico   LABOR LAW: CASES AND MATERIALS              (1988) (with D.
      Fernandez).
    Women as Aliens: A Feminist Critique of the Public/PrivateDis-
        tinction in InternationalHuman Rights Law, 6             HARV. HUM.
       RTs. J. (forthcoming 1993).
   Ain't I a Feminist? (Feminismin the 90s: Bridging the Gap Between
       Theoy and Practice), 4 YALE J.L. & FEMINISM 23 (1991).
   Alternative Dispute Resolution and the Puerto Rico Legal Curric-
       ulum: A Proposal, 20 REV. JUR. U.I. 391 (1986) (with Alberto
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ROSATO, JENNIFER L., Ass't Prof., Brooklyn Law School; Education:
Cornell Univ., B.S., 1983, Univ. of Pennsylvania, J.D., 1987; Law
Journal: Ed.-in-Ch., University of Pennsylvania Journal of International
Business Law; Admitted: Pennsylvania 1987; Past Positions: Clerk, Hon.
Thomas N. O'Neill, Jr., E.D. Pa., Phila., 1987-89; Assoc., Hanley,
Connolly, et al., Phila., Pa., 1989-90; Legal Writing Instr., Villanova,
1990-92; Ass't Prof., Brooklyn, since 1992; Courses Taught: Civil Pro-
cedure, Legal Writing.
    Comment, Restoring Justice to the Doctrine of Forum Non Con-
        veniens for Foreign Plaintiffs Who Sue U.S. Corporations in
        the Federal Courts, 8 J. CoMp. Bus. & CAP. MARKET L. 169
        (1986).

RUBEN-COOK, WILHELMINA M., Assoc. Dean of Acad. Affairs and
Prof., Syracuse University College of Law; Education: Duke Univ.,
B.A., 1967, Harvard Univ., Graduate Fellow, 1967-68, Univ. of Mich-
igan, J.D., 1973; Admitted: Michigan 1973, District of Columbia 1976;
Past Positions: Assoc., Wilmer, Cutler & Pickering, D.C., 1973-77;
Citizens Communications Ctr., D.C., 1977-85; Assoc. Dir., Inst. for
Pub. Rep., Georgetown, 1981-85; Vis. Assoc. Prof., Syracuse, 1986;
Assoc. Prof., 1986-92; Assoc. Dean & Prof., since 1992; Courses
Taught: Administrative Law, Decedents Trusts & Estates, Mass Com-
munication Regulation, Property, Regulation of Electronic Mass Media,
Women of Color & the Law.
     Communicating the Unspeakable and Seeing the Invisible, 6
         BERKELEY WOMEN'S L.J. 67 (1991).
    Deregulationdes Rundfunksektors in den Vereinigten Staaten, ME-
         DIA PERSPEKTIVEN, Feb. 1987.
    Emerging Technologies and the Information Poor: Public Policy
         and Barriers to Access, ELEVENTH ANN. TELECOMMUNICA-
        TIONS POL'Y RES. CONF. PROC. (1984) (with Martin L. Stern).

RUSSELL, JENNIFER M., Ass't Prof., Case Western Reserve Univer-
sity Law School; Education: Queens Coll., B.A., 1981, New York
Univ., J.D., 1984; Admitted: New Jersey 1985; Past Positions: Staff
Att'y, SEC, N.Y., 1984-86; Assoc., Sills, Cummis, Zuckerman, Radin,
Tischman, Epstein & Gross, P.C., N.J., 1986-90; Vis. Ass't Prof., Case
Western, 1990-91; Ass't Prof., since 1991; Courses Taught: Administra-
tive Law, Civil Procedure, Feminist Jurisprudence, Law and Social and
Economic Inequality.

RUSSELL, MARGARET MARY, Ass't Prof., Santa Clara University
School of Law; Education: Princeton Univ., A.B., 1979, Stanford Law




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School, J.D., 1984, J.S.M., 1990; Law Journal: Stanford Journal of
International Law; Admitted: California 1990; Past Positions: Clerk,
Hon. James E. Doyle, U.S.D.C., Madison, Wis., 1984-85; Pub. Interest
Fellow, Pub. Advocates, San Fran., Cal., 1985-86; Dir., Pub. Interest
Progs., Stanford, 1986-88; Acting Ass't Dean, 1987-88; Grad. Fellow,
1988-90; Ass't Prof., Santa Clara, since 1990; Courses Taught: Civil
Procedure, Discrimination-Race/Gender, Employment Discrimination.
    Entering GreatAmerica: Reflections on Race and the Convergence
         of ProgressiveLegal Theory and Practice. (Theoretics of Prac-
         tice: The Integration of Progressive Thought and Action), 43
         HASTINGS L.J. 749 (1992).
    Race and the Dominant Gaze: Narratives of Law and Inequality in
        PopularFilm, 15 LEGAL STUD. F. 243 (1991).
    Good Faith in Arizona Lender Liability Actions, 21 ARIZ. ST. L.J.
        729 (1989).

SANCHEZ, VERNA CRISTINA, Ass't Prof., Texas Tech University
School of Law; Education: Clark Univ., B.A., 1977, Northeastern
Univ., J.D., 1981, Univ. of New Mexico, Ph.D. Candidate; Admitted:
New York 1982; Past Positions: Staff Att'y, Puerto Rican Legal Defense
& Educ. Fund, N.Y., N.Y., 1981-84; Karpatkin Fellow, ACLU-Re-
productive Freedom Proj., N.Y., N.Y., 1984-85; Ass't Att'y Gen., N.Y.
Att'y Gen., Envtl. Protec. Bur., N.Y., N.Y., 1985-88; Instr., New York
Univ., 1988-90; Ass't Prof., Texas Tech, since 1991; Courses Taught:
Alternative Dispute Resolution, Comprehensive Skills, Legal Method,
Legal Research & Writing, Non-Judicial Process, Pretrial Litigation,
Property.

SANDRINO, GLORIA L., Assoc. Prof., California Western School of
Law; Education: Rutgers Coll., B.A., 1981, Harvard Law School, J.D.,
1984; Admitted: New York 1987, Florida 1990; Past Positions: Assoc.,
Kelly, Drye & Warren, N.Y., N.Y., 1984-87; Fried, Frank, Harris,
Schriver & Jacobson, N.Y., N.Y., 1987-89; Weil, Gotshal & Manges,
Miami, Fla., 1989-90; Courses Taught: Business Organizations, Inter-
national Business Transactions, Mexican Law, Professional
Responsibility.

SANTIAGO, EDNA I., Ass't Prof., Catholic University of Puerto Rico
School of Law; Education: Catholic Univ. of Puerto Rico, B.A., 1980,
J.D., 1983, LL.M., 1986; Admitted: Puerto Rico 1983; Past Positions:
Att'y, Dep't of Just., P.R., 1984-87; Ass't Att'y, Hector Lugo Bougal,
P.R., 1987; Ass't Prof., Cath. Univ., since 1988; Courses Taught: Civil




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Procedure I & II, Introduction to Law, Jurisprudence, Legal Research
& Writing.
    (Under the name of Edna I. Santiago Perez) Las Propinasen Nues-
        tro Derecho, Constituyen una Deuda Exigible?, 22 REV. D.P.
       247 (1983).

SCALES-TRENT, JUDY, Prof., State University of New York at Buf-
falo School of Law; Education: Oberlin Coil, B.A., 1962, Middlebury
Coll., M.A., 1967, Northwestern Univ., J.D., 1973; Admitted: District
of Columbia 1974, New York 1986; Past Positions: Att'y, E.E.O.C.,
D.C., 1976; Spec. Ass't to Comm'r, 1977-79; Spec. Ass't to Gen. Coun-
sel, 1979-80; Appellate Att'y, 1980-84; Assoc. Prof., Buffalo, 1984-90;
Prof., since 1990; Courses Taught: Administrative Law, Constitutional
Law, Employment Discrimination Law, Law & Literature, Law & So-
cial Change, Legal & Policy Issues Affecting Women of Color.
     The Law as an Instrument of Oppression and the Culture of Resis-
        tance, in   BLACK WOMEN IN AMERICA: AN HISTORICAL ENCY-
        CLOPEDIA  (Darlene C. Hine ed., forthcoming 1993).
   Sameness and Difference in a Law School Classroom: Working at
       the Crossroads,4 YALE J.L. & FEMINISM 415 (1992).
   Using Literature in Law School: The Importance of Reading and
       Telling Stories, 7 BERKELEY WOMEN'S L.J. 90 (1992).
   Commonalities: On Being Black and White, Different, and the
       Same, 2 YALE J.L. & FEMINISM 305 (1990).
   A Judge Shapes and Manages InstitutionalReform: School Deseg-
       regation in Buffalo, 17 N.Y.U. REv. L. & Soc. CHANGE 119
       (1990).
   School Desegregation in Buffalo: The Hold of History, 7 HARV.
        BLACKLETTER J.     115 (1990).
   Women in the Lawyering Process: The Complications of Cate-
       gories, 35 N.Y.L. SCH. L. REV. 337 (1990).
   Black Women and the Constitution:Finding Our Place, Asserting
        Our Rights, 24 HARV. C.R.-C.L. L. REV. 9 (1989).
    Comparable Worth: Is This a Theory for Black Workers?, 8 WOM-
       EN'S RTS. L. REP. 51 (1984).
    (Under the name of Judy Trent Ellis) Sexual HarassmentandRace:
       A Legal Analysis of Discrimination8 NOTRE DAME J. LEGIS.
       30 (1981).

SCOTT, SEAN M., Assoc. Prof., Loyola Law School, Los Angeles;
Education: Smith Coil., B.A., 1981, New York Univ., J.D., 1985; Ad-
mitted: Maryland 1986, California 1988; Past Positions: Assoc., Wein-
berg & Green, Baltimore, Md., 1985-87; Assoc., Manatt, Phelps, Roth-




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enberg & Phillips, L.A., Cal., 1987-89; Assoc. Prof., Loyola, L.A.,
since 1989; Courses Taught: Commercial Law, Contracts, Race & Ra-
cism in American Law.

SEEGER, LEINAALA ROBINSON, Dir., Library & Assoc. Prof., Uni-
versity of Idaho College of Law; Education: Univ. of Wash., Seattle,
B.A., 1966, Univ. of Puget Sound, J.D., 1977, Univ. of Washington, M.
Law Libr., 1979; Admitted: Washington 1977; Past Positions: Ass't Li-
brarian, McGeorge, 1979-81; Assoc. Librarian, Puget Sound, 1981-86;
Assoc. Librarian Public Servs., Harvard, 1986-89; Librarian & Assoc.
Prof., Idaho, since 1989; Courses Taught: Legal Research & Writing.

SELLERS, ALFREDA A., Ass't Prof., Southern University Law Cen-
ter; Education: Louisiana State Univ., B.M.Ed., 1976, M.Ed., 1978,
J.D., 1986; Admitted: Louisiana 1986; Past Positions: Assoc., Schu-
macher Law Corp., New Orleans, La., 1986-87; Clerk, 19th J.D.C.,
Baton Rouge, La., 1987-88; Assoc., McGrew & Assoc., Baton Rouge,
La., 1988-89; Ass't Prof., Southern Univ., since 1990; Courses Taught:
Civil Procedure, Constitutional Law, Insurance Law, Products Liability.

SHAVERS, ANNA WILLIAMS, Ass't Prof., University of Nebraska
College of Law; Education: Central State Univ., B.S., 1967, Univ. of
Wisconsin, M.S. Bus., 1973, Univ. of Minnesota, J.D., 1979; Law Jour-
nal: Minnesota Law Review; Admitted: Minnesota 1979, Nebraska 1989;
Past Positions: Assoc., Faegre & Benson, Minneapolis, Minn., 1979-
83; Dir., Student Legal Servs., Minn., 1983-86; Sr. Clinic Att'y, 1986-
87; Assoc. Clin. Prof., 1987-89; Ass't Prof., Nebraska, since 1989;
Courses Taught: Administrative Law, Alternative Dispute Resolution,
Civil Procedure, Clinical Teaching, Immigration Law.
     A Century of Developing Citizenship Law and the Nebraska Influ-
         ence: A CentennialEssay, 70 NEB. L. REv. 462 (1991).

SHIBA, WENDY CHRISTINE, Assoc. Prof., Temple University School
of Law; Education: Mich. State Univ., B.S., 1973, Temple Univ., J.D.,
1979; Law Journal: Temple Law Quarterly; Admitted: California 1980,
New York 1984; Past Positions: Clerk, Hon. Stanley Mosk, Sup. Ct. of
Cal., San Fran., 1979-80; Assoc., O'Melveny & Myers, L.A., Cal. &
N.Y., N.Y., 1980-85; Ass't Prof., Temple, 1985-90; Assoc. Prof., since
1990; Courses Taught: Advanced Corporate Problems, Banking, Con-
tract Remedies; Contracts, Corporations.

SMITH, KAREN R., Prof. & Dir., SCALE Prog., Southwestern Uni-
versity School of Law; Education: Univ. of Cal., Berkeley, J.D., 1972;




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Admitted: California 1973; Past Positions: Dep. Att'y Gen., Dep't of
Just., L.A., Cal., 1973-76; Dep. Public Defender, L.A., Cal., 1976-77;
Fed. Public Defender, U.S. Jud., L.A., Cal., 1977-82; Clin. Prof.,
Southwestern, 1982-84; Assoc. Prof., 1984-89; Prof., since 1989; Dir.,
SCALE Prog., since 1991; Courses Taught: Clinical Teaching, Criminal
Law, Criminal Procedure.
SOLER-BONNIN DE VILLON, OLGA, Assoc. Prof., Catholic Univer-
sity of Puerto Rico School of Law; Education: B.B.A., 1966, Catholic
Univ. of Puerto Rico, J.D., 1971, Tulane Univ., M.C.L., 1985; Law
Journal: Revista de Derecho Puertorriquefio; Admitted: Puerto Rico
1971; Past Positions: Assoc., Parra, Del Valle & Frau, Ponce, P.R.,
1971-79; Lect., Cath. Univ., 1973-79; Ass't Prof., 1979-86; Assoc.
Prof., since 1986; Courses Taught: Accounting, Comparative Law, Con-
tracts, Corporations.
     A Case of Legal Transplanting:Datio in Solutum et al. v. Accord
         and Satisfaction, 25 REV. D.P. 413 (1986).
     Guia Bdsica de Citaciones, 23 REV. D.P. 199 (1983).
SPENCE, MURIEL MORISEY, Ass't Prof., Temple University School
of Law; Education: Harvard Univ., B.A., 1969, Georgetown Univ.,
J.D., 1977; Admitted: District of Columbia 1978; Past Positions: Legis.
Att'y, U.S. Dep't of Just., Off. of Legis. Affrs., D.C., 1978-79; Legis.
Counsel, U.S. Dep't of Just., Civil Rts. Div., D.C., 1979-83; Legis.
Counsel, ACLU, D.C., 1983-85; Dir., Policy Analysis, Harvard, 1985-
91; Lect., Educ., Harvard, 1988-91; Ass't Prof., Temple, since 1991;
Courses Taught: Administrative Law, Education Law, Legal Profession,
Legislation.
    A PresidentialInitiative on Information Policy, 3 SOFTWARE L.J.
        461 (1989) (with John Shattuck).
SPENCER, MARGARET POLES, Assoc. Prof., College of William and
Mary, Marshall-Wythe School of Law; Education: Howard Univ., B.A.,
1969, Univ. of Virginia, J.D., 1972; Admitted: Virginia 1972, District of
Columbia 1979; Past Positions: Appellate Att'y, E.E.O.C., D.C., 1973-
76; Staff Att'y, Legal Servs. Corp., Arlington, Va., 1976-79, Ass't U.S.
Att'y, Dep't of Just., D.C., 1979-82; Sr. Appellate Att'y, Civil Rts.
Div., Dep't of Just., D.C., 1982-84; Ass't Att'y Gen., Off. of Att'y
Gen., Richmond, Va., 1985-87; Assoc. Prof., Wm. & Mary, since 1988;
Courses Taught: Appellate Advocacy, Civil Procedure, Criminal Pro-
cedure, Trial Advocacy.
SQUIRE, MADELYN C., Prof., Howard University School of Law;
Education: Bethune-Cookman Coll., B.S., 1966, Atlanta Univ., M.A.,




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1968, Howard Univ., J.D., 1974; Admitted: Florida 1974, District of
Columbia 1975; Past Positions: Att'y/Adv'r, N.L.R.B., D.C., 1974-75;
Att'y, Howard, Off. of Gen. Counsel, 1975-78; Staff Counsel, Am.
Fed'n of Gov't Employees, AFL-CIO, D.C., 1978-79; Ass't Prof.,
Howard, 1979-83; Assoc. Prof., 1983-90; Prof., since 1990; Courses
Taught: Administrative Law, Collective Bargaining & Arbitration, La-
bor Law, Torts.
    Discovering Our Connections:Reflections on Race, Genderand the
        Other Tales of Difference, 23 WOMEN'S L.F. (forthcoming
        1993).
    Arbitration of Health and Safety Issues in the Workplace: Employ-
        ees Who Refuse Work Assignments Because of Fear of AIDS
        Contagion, 44 ME. L. REV. 315 (1992).
    The Prima Facie Tort Doctrine and a Social Justice Theory: Are
        They a Response to the Employment At-Will Rule?, 51 U. PiTr.
        L. REV. 641 (1990).
    Making Sense of Employment Defamation Litigation, 24 GONZ. L.
        REV. 1 (1988).
    The NationalLabor Relations Act and Unions' Invidious Discrim-
        ination-A Case Review of a Would Be ConstitutionalIssue, 30
        How. L.J. 491 (1987).
    Lest We Forget and South Africa's Apartheid, 3 LAB. AGENDA 14
        (1985).
    Good Intentions Gone Wrong: 8(A)(3) Supreme Court & Circuit
        Court Round-Up with a Look at Wright Line, 26 How. L.J. 9
        (1983).
    U.S. COMMISSION ON CIVIL RIGHTS, Union's Duty of FairRepre-
        sentation and Nondiscrimination Under the National Labor
       Relations Act Sec. 8(b)(1) & (2) and Under Sec. 703(c) of Title
        VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, in NONREFERRAL UNIONS
        AND EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY (1982).

STEVERSON-WRIGHT, JANET W., Ass't Prof., Lewis & Clark North-
western School of Law; Education: Harvard Law School, J.D., 1986;
Admitted: New York 1987, District of Columbia 1987; Past Positions:
Assoc., Steptoe & Johnson, D.C., 1986-90; Ass't Prof., Lewis & Clark,
since 1990; Courses Taught: Children's Rights, Contracts, Family Law.

STEWART, MELODY J., Ass't Dean, Student Affrs., Cleveland State
University, Cleveland-Marshall College of Law; Education: Univ. of
Cincinnati, B. Music, 1984, Cleveland State Univ., J.D., 1988; Law
Journal: Cleveland State Journal of Law & Health; Admitted: Ohio
1989, District of Columbia 1991; Past Positions: Ass't Dir., Law, City




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of Clevland, Ohio, 1988-90; Ass't Dir., Law, City of East Clevland,
Ohio, 1990; Ass't Dean, Clevland-Marshall, since 1990; Courses Taught:
Legal Profession, Legal Research, Writing & Advocacy.

TANAKA, WINONA M., Assoc. Prof. and Dir., University of Tulsa
Legal Clinic; Education: Wellesley Coll., B.A., 1967, Columbia Univ.,
J.D., 1970; Admitted: New York 1971, Hawaii 1985; Past Positions:
Assoc., Satterlee & Stephens, N.Y., N.Y., 1970-72; Att'y, Legal Aid
Soc., N.Y., N.Y., 1972-73; Dir., Res. & Eval., Municipal Employees
Legal Servs. Fund, N.Y., N.Y., 1974-76; Mng. Att'y, Prisoners' Legal
Servs. of N.Y., Poughkeepsie, 1976-77; Att'y, Solo Prac., N.Y., N.Y.,
1978-85; Assoc., Goodsill, Anderson, Quinn & Stifel, Kailua-Kona,
Haw., 1985-86; Vis. Ass't Prof., Tulsa, 1987-88; Assoc. Prof., since
1988; Courses Taught: Basic Corporate Law, Contracts, Corporate Plan-
ning & Drafting, Pretrial Practice, Legal Clinic.

TAYLOR, KIM A., Assoc. Prof., Stanford Law School; Education:
Brown Univ., A.B., 1977, Yale Law School, J.D., 1980; Admitted:
District of Columbia 1981; Past Positions: Assoc., Crowell & Moring,
D.C., 1980-81; Staff Att'y, Public Defender Serv., D.C., 1981-86; Dep.
Chief, Trial Div., Public Defender Serv., D.C., 1986-87; Dir., Training,
1987-88; Dir., 1988-91; Assoc. Prof., Stanford, since 1991.
    Invisible Woman: Reflections on the Clarence Thomas Confirmation
         Hearings, 45 STAN. L. REV. 443 (forthcoming 1993).

TAYLOR, WINNIE F., Prof., Cornell Law School; Education: Gram-
bling State Univ., B.A., 1972, State Univ. of N.Y., J.D., 1975, Univ.
of Wisconsin, LL.M., 1979; Admitted: New York 1976; Past Positions:
Assoc., Harris, Beach, Wilcox, Rubin & Levey, Rochester, N.Y., 1975-
77; Fellow, Univ. of Wisconsin, 1977-79; Ass't Prof., Univ. of Florida,
1979-82; Assoc. Prof., 1982-84; Prof., 1984-90; Prof., Cornell, since
1990; Courses Taught: Consumer Law, Contracts, Credit Discrimina-
tion, Sales.
     The Equal Credit OpportunityAct's SpousalCosignatureRules and
         Community Property States: Regulatory Haywire, 37 Sw. L.J.
         1039 (1984).
     The Equal Credit Opportunity Act's Spousal Cosignature Rules:
         Suretyship Contracts in Separate Property States, 48 ALB. L.
        REV. 382 (1984).
    Meeting the Equal Credit Opportunity Act's Specificity Require-
       ment: Judgmental and Statistical Scoring Systems, 29 BUFF.
        L. REv. 73 (1980).




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TEITEL, RUTI G., Assoc. Prof., New York Law School; Education:
Georgetown, B.S., 1977, Cornell Law School, J.D., 1980; Admitted:
New York 1981; Past Positions: Dep. Ass't Att'y Gen., N.Y. State Att'y
Gen., N.Y., N.Y., 1980-83; Ass't Dir., Law Dep't, Anti-Defamation
League, N.Y., N.Y., 1983-88; Adj. Prof., Benjamin N. Cardozo Law
School, 1984; Assoc. Prof., New York Law School, since 1988; Courses
Taught: Church & State, Comparative Constitutional Law, Constitu-
tional Law, Religion & First Amendment.
    ECUMENICAL PERSPECTIVES ON CHURCH & STATE                     (1988) (with
       James E. Wook et al.).
   A Critiqueof Religion as Politicsin the Public Sphere, 78 CORNELL
      L. REV. (forthcoming 1993).
   Persecution and Inquisition, in TRANSITION TO DEMOCRACY IN
      LATIN AMERICA (Irwin Stotzsky ed., forthcoming 1993).
   Reactionary Constitutional Identity, 14 CARDozo L. REV. 777
        (1993).
   Dilemmas of Post-TotalitarianJustice, 1 U. CHI. E. EUR. CONST.
       REV. 20 (1992).
    OriginalIntent, History and Levy's Establishment Clause, 15 L. &
        Soc. INQUIRY 591 (1990).
   Legal Responses to War Crimes, in REMEMBERING THE HOLO-
      CAUST (1988).
   When SeparateIs Equal: Why OrganizedReligious Exercises, Un-
      like Chess, Do Not Belong in the Public Schools, 81 Nw. U.
       L. REV. 174 (1987).
   Debating Conviction Against Conviction-ConstitutionalConsid-
      erations on the Sanctuary Movement, 44 HASTINGS CONST.
      L.Q. 25 (1986).
   The Supreme Court's 1984-85 Church-State Decisions: Judicial
      Paths of Least Resistance, 21 HARV. C.R.-C.L. L. REV. 651
      (1986).
   The Unconstitutionalityof Equal Access Policies and Legislation
      Allowing OrganizedStudent-InitiatedReligious Activities in the
      Public High Schools: A Proposalfor a Unitary First Amend-
      ment Forum Analysis, 12 HASTINGS CONST. L.Q. 529 (1985).


URRUTIA CANDIDA, ROSA, Assoc. Prof., Inter American University
School of Law; Education: Univ. of Puerto Rico, J.D., 1970; Admitted:
Puerto Rico 1970; Past Positions: Priv. Prac., P.R., 1970-83; Assoc.
Prof., Inter American, since 1984; Courses Taught: Civil Procedure,
Contracts, Family Law, Notarial Law.




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VALENCIA-WEBER, GLORIA M., Ass't Prof., The University of Tulsa
College of Law; Education: Oklahoma State Univ., B.A., 1970, M.A.,
1974, Harvard Law School, J.D., 1986; Law Journal: Harvard Civil
Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review; Admitted: Oklahoma 1987; Past
Positions: Clerk, Hon. Lee R. West, U.S.D.C., W.D. Okla., Okla. City,
1986-87; Clerk, Hon. William J. Holloway, Jr., Ch. Judge, U.S.C.A.,
10th Cir., Okla. City, Okla. 1987-89; Ass't Prof., Tulsa, since 1989;
Courses Taught: Constitutional Law, Native American Law.
    Ecumenical, Municipaland Legal Challenges to United States Ref-
         ugee Policy, 21 HARV. C.R.-C.L. L. REv. 495 (1986) (with
         Arthur Helton, Deborah Cohan, Rachel San Kronowitz & Clara
         Amanda Pope).
    El Salvador:Methods Used to Document Human Rights Violations,
         8 HUM. RTS. Q. 731 (1986) (with Robert J. Weber).


VAUGHN, LEA B., Prof., University of Washington School of Law;
Education: Princeton Univ., A.B., 1975, Univ. of Michigan, J.D., 1978;
Admitted: Michigan 1978; Past Positions: Assoc., Miller, Cohen, Mar-
tens & Sugerman, P.C., Detroit, Mich., 1978-80; Ass't Dean, Univ. of
Detroit, 1980-84; Ass't Prof., 1984-85; Vis. Ass't Prof., Univ. of Wash-
ington, 1984-85; Ass't Prof., 1985-91; Prof., since 1991; Courses Taught:
Alternative Dispute Resolution, Civil Procedure, Employment Discrim-
ination, Employment Law, Injunctions, Labor Law.
    Article XX of the AFL-CIO Constitution:Managing and Resolving
         Inter-Union Disputes, 37 WAYNE L. REv. 1 (1990).
    A Need for Clarity: Toward a New StandardfQr PreliminaryIn-
        junctions, 68 OR. L. REv. 839 (1989).

VAUGHNS, KATHERINE L., Assoc. Prof., University of Maryland
School of Law; Education: Univ. of Cal., Berkeley, J.D., 1970; Admit-
ted: California 1971; Past Positions: Att'y, Pacific Telephone, San Fran.
& L.A., Cal., 1971-78; Ass't U.S. Att'y, Dep't of Just., L.A., Cal.,
1978-84; Assoc. Prof., Maryland, since 1984; Assoc. Dean of Students,
1989-90; Courses Taught: Civil Procedure, Complex Litigation, Immi-
gration Law.
     Taming the Asylum Adjudication Process: An Agenda for the
         Twenty-First Century, 29 SAN DIEGo L. REV. (forthcoming
         1993).
     Towards Parity in Bar Passage Rates and Law School Perfor-
        mance: Exploring the Sources of DisparitiesBetween Racial
        and Ethnic Groups, 16 T. MARSHALL L. REV. 425 (1991).




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VERDUN, VINCENE, Ass't Prof., Ohio State University College of
Law; Education: Univ. of Michigan, B.A., 1975, J.D., 1978; Admitted:
Michigan 1978, Ohio 1990; Past Positions: Att'y, The Bendix Corp.,
Southfield, Mich., 1978-79; Dir., Min. Acad. Advmt. Prog., Mich.,
1980; Ass't Prof., Univ. of Detroit, 1981-88; Vis. Ass't Prof., Capital
Univ., 1987; Vis. Ass't Prof., Ohio State, 1988; Ass't Prof., since 1988;
Courses Taught: Agency & Partnership, Commercial Paper, Corpora-
tions, International Transactions, Remedies, Securities Regulation.
    If the Shoe Fits Wear It: An Analysis of Reparations to African-
        Americans, 67 TUL. L. REV. (forthcoming 1993).
    Postdated Checks: An Old Problem with a New Solution in the
       Revised U.C.C., 14 U. ARK. LITTLE ROCK L.J. 37 (1991).
    Are Governmentally Imposed Countertrade Requirements Viola-
       tions of the GATT?, 11 YALE J. INT'L L. 191 (1987).

WADE, CHERYL LYN, Ass't Prof., Hofstra University School of Law;
Education: State Univ. of New York, Stonybrook, B.A., 1976, St.
John's Univ., M.A., 1980, Hofstra Univ., J.D., 1988; Law Journal:
Hofstra Law Review; Admitted: New York 1989; Past Positions: Assoc.,
Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison, N.Y., N.Y., 1988-91; Ass't
Prof., Hofstra, since 1991; Courses Taught: Securities Regulation, Torts.

WARREN, ELIZABETH, Vis. Prof., Harvard Law School; Education:
Univ. of Houston, B.S., 1970, Rutgers Univ., Newark, J.D., 1976; Law
Journal: Rutgers Law Review; Admitted: New Jersey 1977, Texas 1986;
Past Positions: Instr., Rutgers, 1977-78; Ass't Prof., Univ. of Houston,
1978-80; Assoc. Prof., 1980-83; Assoc. Dean, 1980-81; Vis. Assoc.
Prof., Univ. of Texas, 1981-82; Prof., 1983-87; Res. Affiliate, Pop. Res.
Ctr., Univ. of Texas, 1983-87; Prof., Univ. of Pennsylvania, since 1987;
Vis. Prof., Harvard, since 1992; Courses Taught: Banking, Commercial
Law, Commercial Paper, Contracts, Corporations, Creditors' Rights,
Regulated Industries.
     SECURED CREDIT (forthcoming 1993) (with Lynn M. LoPucki).
     THE LAW OF DEBTORS AND CREDITORS (2d ed. 1991) (with Jay L.
        Westbrook).
   As   WE FORGIVE OUR DEBTORS: CONSUMER CREDIT AND BANK-
        RUPTCY IN AMERICA   (1989) (with Teresa A. Sullivan & Jay L.
      Westbrook).
   Baby Boomers and the Bankruptcy Boom, NORTON BANKR. AD-
      VISER (forthcoming 1993) (with Teresa A. Sullivan & Jay L.
      Westbrook).
   Bankruptcy and the Family, MARRIAGE & FAMILY REV. (forthcom-
      ing 1993) (with Teresa A. Sullivan & Jay L. Westbrook).




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    The Untenable Casefor Repeal of Chapter 11, 102 YALE L.J. 437
       (1992).
   Why Have a Federal Bankruptcy System?, 77 CORNELL L. REV.
       2401 (1992).
   A Theory of Absolute Priority, 1991 ANN. SURV. AM. L. 9.
   Laws, Models, and Real People, 13 L. & Soc. INQUIRY 661 (1988)
       (with Teresa A. Sullivan & Jay L. Westbrook).
   Legal Realism: Commentary, 1988 ANN. SuRv. AM. L. 49.
   Bankruptcy Policy, 54 U. CHI. L. REv. 775 (1987).
   The Use of Empirical Data in FormulatingBankruptcy Policy, 50
       L. & CONTEMP. PROBS. 195 (1987) (with Teresa A. Sullivan &
       Jay L. Westbrook).
   Folklore and Facts:A PreliminaryReportfrom the ConsumerBank-
       ruptcy Project, 60 AM. BANKR. L.J. 293 (1986) (with Teresa A.
       Sullivan & Jay L. Westbrook).
   Reducing Bankruptcy Protectionfor Consumers: A Response, 72
       GEO. L.J. 1333 (1984).
   Rejoinder:Limiting Access to Bankruptcy Discharge, 1984 Wis. L.
       REv. 1087 (with Teresa A. Sullivan & Jay L. Westbrook).
   Formal and Operative Rules Under Common Law and Code, 30
       UCLA L. REV. 898 (1983).
   Limiting Access to Bankruptcy Discharge:An Analysis of the Cred-
       itors' Data, 1983 Wis. L. REv. 1091 (with Teresa A. Sullivan
       & Jay L. Westbrook).
   Trade Usage and Partiesin the Trade: An Economic Rationalefor
       an Inflexible Rule, 42 U. PIr. L. REV. 515 (1981).
   The Regulatory Lag Fallacy, 106 PUB. UTIL. FORT. 15 (1980).
   Regulated Industries' Automatic Cost of Service Adjustment
       Clauses:Do They Increase or DecreaseCost to the Consumer?,
       55 NOTRE DAME L. REv. 333 (1980).

WHITE, JOAN T., Ass't Prof., Mercer University Law School; Edu-
cation: Dillard Univ., B.A., 1962, Southern Methodist Univ., J.D., 1968;
Law Journal: Journal of Air Law & Commerce; Admitted: Texas 1968;
Past Positions: Judge, County of Dallas, Tex., 1975-80; Admin. Judge,
City of Dallas, Tex., 1980-84; Att'y, Dallas, Tex., 1985-87; Admin.
Judge, Dallas, Tex., 1987-89; Vis. Fellow, Nat'l Ctr. for State Cts.,
Williamsburg, Va., 1989-90; Dist. Judge, Dallas, Tex., 1990-91; Ass't
Prof., Mercer, since 1991; Courses Taught: Alternate Dispute Resolu-
tion, Evidence, Gender & the Law, Real Estate Transactions.
    Grounded Feminist Theory: And I Sprang Full Grown from My
        Father'sHead or Was It Really from My Mother's, 24 U. TOL.
        L. REv. (forthcoming 1993).




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WITFIELD, WENONA Y., Assoc. Prof., Southern Illinois University
School of Law; Education: Grad. Study, Southern Illinois, 1970-72,
Southern Illinois Univ., J.D., 1977; Law Journal: Southern Illinois Uni-
versity Law Journal; Admitted: Illinois 1977; Past Positions: Probate
Att'y, Continental Ill. Nat'l Bank, Chicago, 1977-78; Part., Williams,
Rux, Hill & Whitfield, Chicago, Ill., 1978-80; Staff Att'y, Ill. Dep't of
Mental Health, Chicago, 1980-81; Ass't Prof., Southern Illinois, 1981-
87; Vis. Prof., Univ. of Missouri-Columbia, 1987-88; Assoc. Prof.,
Southern Illinois, since 1987; Courses Taught: Alternative Dispute Res-
olution, Family Law, Law & Psychiatry, Legal Argumentation, Real
Estate Finance (Transactions), Real Property.
    In Memoriam: Joseph Oliver Downey, 1950-1989, 14 S. ILL. U.
        L.J. vii (1989) (with Maria Frankowska).
     Where the Wind Blows: Fee Shifting in Domestic Relations Cases,
        14 FLA. ST. U. L. REV. 811 (1986).


WILLIAMS, PATRICIA J., Vis. Prof., Columbia Law School; Educa-
tion: Wellesley Coll., B.A., 1972, Harvard Law School, J.D., 1975; Law
Journal: Black Law Journal, Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law
Review; Admitted: California 1976; Past Positions: Dep. City Att'y, L.A.
City Att'y's Off., Cal., 1975-78; Staff Att'y, Western Ctr. on Law &
Poverty, L.A., Cal., 1978-80; Ass't Prof., Golden Gate, 1980-84; As-
soc. Prof., 1984-85; Assoc. Prof., CUNY at Queens, 1984-88; Vis.
Assoc. Prof., Stanford, 1988-89; Assoc. Prof., Wisconsin, 1988-91;
Prof., since 1991; Courses Taught: Commercial Law, Contracts,
Jurisprudence.
    THE ALCHEMY OF RACE AND RIGHTS: DIARY OF A LAW PROFESSOR
        (1991).
    The Rules of the Game, in READING RODNEY KING, READING
       URBAN UPRISING 51 (Robert Gooding-Williams ed., 1993).
   Blockbusting the Canon, in BEYOND PC (Patricia Aufderheide ed.,
       1992).
   Clarence X, in MALCOLM X (Joe Wood ed., 1992).
   Freedom of Hate Speech, in THE P.C. DEBATES (Paul Berman ed.,
       1992) (with Richard W. Perry).
   The Trials of Unruly Black Witches, with Excerpts from the Testi-
       mony of Their Heresy: The Rare Case Studies of Five Women,
      Known to Be Hysterics, Speaking in Their Own Voices, as
       Translatedfor this Publication by Brothers Hatch, Simpson,
      DiConcini and Specter, in RACE-ING JUSTICE, EN-GENDERING
      POWER (Toni Morrison ed., 1992).
   A Conversationwith Polar Bears, 1 STAN. HUMAN. REV. 115 (1990).




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    And We Are Not Married:A Journalof Musings on Legal Language
        and the Ideology of Style, in CONSEQUENCES OF THEORY (Bar-
       bara Johnson & Jonathan Arac eds., 1990).
    Commercial Rights and Constitutional Wrongs, 49 MD. L. REV.
       293 (1990).
    Fetal Fictions: An Exploration of Property Archetypes in Racial
        and Gendered Contexts, 42 FLA. L. REV. 81 (1990).
    Comment, Metro Broadcasting v. FCC: Regrouping in Singular
        Times, 104 HARV. L. REV. 525 (1990).
    The Obliging Shell: An Informal Essay on FormalEqual Opportu-
        nity, 87 MICH. L. REV. 2128 (1989).
    Alchemical Notes: Reconstructing Ideals from Deconstructed
        Rights, 22 HARV. C.R.-C.L. L. REV. 401 (1987).
    Spirit-Murderingthe Messenger: The Discourse of Fingerpointing
        as the Law's Response to Racism, 42 U. MIAMI L. REV. 127
        (1987).

WILLIAMS, PHOEBE WEAVER, Ass't Prof., Marquette University
Law School; Education: Marquette Univ., J.D., 1981; Admitted: Wis-
consin 1981; Past Positions: Assoc., Lindner & Marsack, Milwaukee,
Wis., 1981-85; Ass't Prof., Marquette, since 1985; Courses Taught:
Agency & Partnership, Corporations, Employment Discrimination, La-
bor Law.
    Suspicionless Drug Testing after Skinner and Von Raab: Constitu-
       tional Adjudication in the Courts of Appeals, 40 U. KAN. L.
       REV. 733 (1992).
    A Black Woman's Voice: The Story of Mabel Raimey, "Shero", 74
       MARQ. L. REV. 345 (1991).
    Governmental Drug Testing: Critique and Analysis of Fourth
       Amendment Jurisprudence,8 HOFSTRA LAB. L.J. 1 (1990).

WILSON, EVELYN LENORA, Assoc. Prof., Southern University Law
Center; Education: Oberlin Coll., A.B., 1971, Univ. of Utah, M.S.,
1975, Louisiana State Univ., J.D., 1983; Admitted: Louisiana 1983; Past
Positions: Clerk, Sup. Ct., New Orleans, La., 1983-84; Att'y, Losavio
& Weinstein, Baton Rouge, La., 1984-86; Ass't Prof., Southern Univ.,
1986-92; Vis. Ass't Prof., Washington & Lee, 1988-89; Assoc. Prof.,
Southern Univ., since 1992; Courses Taught: Agency & Partnership,
Civil Law Property, Corporations, Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure,
Environmental Law, Federal Jurisdiction, Federal Rules.
    Louis Berry-A Man Among Men, DoingSomethingfor His People,
         18 S.U. L. REV. (forthcoming 1993).




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    FederalHabeas Corpus:An Avenue of Relieffor State Prisoners,
       18 S.U. L. REV. 1 (1991).
    Abortion, 7 HEALTH MATRIX 55 (1989).


WING, ADRIEN KATHERINE, Prof., University of Iowa College of
Law; Education: Princeton, A.B., 1978, Univ. of Cal., L.A., M.A.,
1979, Stanford Law School, J.D., 1982; Law Journal: Stanford Journal
of International Law; Admitted: New York 1983; Past Positions: Assoc.,
Curtis, Mallet, Prevost, Colt & Mosle, N.Y., N.Y., 1982-86; Assoc.,
Rabinowitz, Boudin, Standard, Krinsky & Lieberman, N.Y., N.Y.,
1986-87; Assoc. Prof., Iowa, 1987-92, Prof., since 1993; Courses
Taught: Civil Rights, Comparative Law, Constitutional Law, Contracts,
Law & Medicine.
    Legal Decision Making During the Intifada: Embryonic Self Rule,
         18 YALE J. INT'L L. (forthcoming 1993).
     Communitarianismv. Individualism: Constitutionalism in Namibia
         & South Africa, 11 WIS. INT'L L.J. (1992).
    Aliens and Immigrants, 85 PROC. AM. Soc. INT'L L. 204 (1991).
    Brief Reflections Toward a Multiplicative Theoy and Praxis of
        Being, 6 BERKELEY WOMEN'S L.J. 181 (1991).
    Effects andEffectiveness of Sanctions:South Africa, 84 PRoc. AM.
         Soc. INT'L L. 203 (1990).
    ProposedAmendments to the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act of
         1976 and the Act of State Doctrine, 14 DENV. J. INT'L L. &
         POL'Y 299 (1986) (with Manuel R. Angulo).
    Pleadingand Proofof ForeignLaw in American Courts, a Selected
        Annotated Bibliography, 19 STAN. J. INT'L L. 175 (1983).


WINSTON, JUDITH A., Ass't Prof., American University, Washington
College of Law; Education: Howard, B.A., 1966, Georgetown Univ.,
J.D., 1977; Law Journal: Law & Policy in International Business; Ad-
mitted: District of Columbia 1977; Past Positions: Spec. Ass't, Off. for
Civil Rts., U.S. Dep't of H.E.W., D.C., 1977-79; Exec. Ass't,
E.E.O.C., D.C., 1979-80; Ass't Gen. Counsel, U.S. Dep't of Educ.,
D.C., 1980-86; Dep. Dir., Lawyers' Comm. for Civil Rts., D.C., 1986-
88; Dep. Dir., Pub. Policy, Women's Legal Defense Fund, D.C., 1988-
90; Ass't Prof., American, since 1990; Courses Taught: Civil Procedure,
Contemporary Problems in Administrative Law (Race & Gender Inter-
section), Equity and the American Legal System, Race.
    An Antidiscrimination Legal Constructthat DisadvantagesWorking
         Women of Color, 25 CLEARINGHOUSE REV. 403 (1991).




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   Mirror,Mirror on the Wall: Title VII, Section 1981, and the Inter-
      section of Race and Gender in the Civil Rights Act of 1990, 79
      CAL. L. REV. 775 (1991).

WITHERSPOON, RUTH AURORA, Assoc. Dean, Student Affrs., Flor-
ida State University College of Law; Education: Hamilton-Kirkland
Coll., B.A., 1977, Univ. of Cincinnati, J.D., 1980, Univ. of Wisconsin,
LL.M., 1982; Past Positions: William H. Hastie Fellow, Wisconsin,
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     KILLING "THE HANDICAPPED"--BEFORE AND
                   AFTER BIRTH


                              MARTHA A. FIELD*



   I have long taken the position that it is wrong-indeed unconstitu-
tional-to adopt special rules allowing nontreatment of newborns who
have handicaps.' Sometimes I have been surprised to find myself char-
acterized as an opponent of choice concerning abortion because of my
belief that there is no persuasive basis for recognizing parental discre-
tion not to treat newborns because of their handicaps. True, the spokes-
persons for the "handicap rights position" are often the same right-to-
life groups that oppose abortion. Nonetheless, support of a "right to
life" for newborns with handicaps is consistent with belief in a broad
right to choose abortion.
   Having said that, I do want to note that there are close parallels
between the arguments for parental discretion concerning abortion and
those concerning handicapped newborns. Both are arguments for pa-
rental control over the fate of their offspring, and both are raised in
opposition to the offspring's "right to life." In both cases, denial of the
"right to choose" may cause the parent(s) a "distressful life and future,"


   * Professor of Law, Harvard Law School. I would like to express thanks for the
excellent research assistance of Terry Perkins Mitman, Gail Brashers-Krug, and Rebecca
Winters.
   I In this Article, I often use the term "handicap" instead of "disability," and I even
refer to "handicapped newborns" instead of "newborns with handicaps." I use this ter-
minology even though "disability" is a term preferred by the community of persons with
disabilities. "Handicap" is considered perdorative because it derives from "hand in cap"
and thus carries a connotation that those "afflicted" are objects of charity, asking for
handouts, and arguably without dignity of their own. One reason I use the term nonethe-
less when describing infants is that in the newborn context the more degrading term is
the norm. It also is the norm to say "handicapped" newborns, not newborns "with
handicaps," thus turning attention from the fact that the newborn who happens to have
a handicap also has many other important characteristics and should not be defined by
her handicap alone. (If the law is to allow early extermination, of course, it is consistent
to depersonify and downgrade the "handicapped newborn" as much as possible.) More-
over, even "disabled" or "having disabilities"--terms now more frequently applied to
persons older than newborns-do not find favor with many members of the community
or their friends. "Less abled" is more accurately descriptive than "disabled" in most
circumstances, and "physically challenged" or "mentally challenged" (which all of us are
to varying extents) are often preferable terms.




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