Top Ten Ranking Brian Leiter's Law School Rankings

 ¶  Law School Faculty Moves, 1995-2004
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Boston University
Columbia University
Cornell University
Duke University
Emory University
Georgetown University
George Washington University
Harvard University
New York University
Northwestern University
Stanford University
University of Arizona
University of California, Berkeley
University of California, Hastings
University of California, Los Angeles
University of Chicago
University of Colorado
University of Illinois
University of Iowa
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
University of Minnesotav University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
University of Notre Dame
University of Pennsylvaniav University of Southern California
University of Texas, Austin
University of Virginia
University of Wisconsin, Madison
Vanderbilt University
Washington University, St. Louis
Yale University

This list records lateral moves of faculty since 1995 at the top 25 law schools (in terms of faculty quality)--plus some perennial top 25 contenders-through the academic year 2002-03. Degree of movement in and out of schools is obviously relative to faculty size; thus approximate faculy size (based on the 2001-02 AALS Directory of American Law Teachers) is also listed.


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BOSTON UNIVERSITY

Hired laterally:

Keith Hylton from Northwestern University (law & econ)
Maria Hylton from DePaul University (employment)
Andrew Kull from Emory University (commercial)
Gary Lawson from Northwestern University (administrative, constitutional)
David Lyons from Cornell University (emeritus at Cornell) (legal philosophy)
Nancy Moore from Rutgers University, Camden (legal ethics)
Theodore Sims from George Washington University (tax)

Lost to other schools:

Jane Maslow Cohen to the University of Texas, Austin (family, feminist theory)
David Dana to Northwestern University (environmental)
Oona Hathaway (untenured) to Yale University (international)
Richard McAdams to the University of Illinois (criminal, law & econ)
Sai Prakash (untenured) to the University of San Diego (constituitonal, securities)

Total faculty size: 40-49


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COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY

Hired laterally:

José Alvarez from the University of Michigan (international law)
Brian Barry from the London School of Economics (joint with Political Science and Philosophy) (political philosophy)
Kimberle Crenshaw from the University of California, Los Angeles (part-time appointment) (critical race theory)
Michael Dorf (untenured) from Rutgers University, Camden (constitutional law)
Cynthia Estlund from the University of Texas, Austin (labor/employment law)
Katherine Franke from Fordham University (feminist legal theory)
Merritt Fox from the University of Michigan (corporate)
Michael Heller from the University of Michigan (property)
Samuel Issacharoff from the University of Texas, Austin (voting rights, civil procedure)
Avery Katz from Georgetown University (law & economics)
Thomas Merrill from Northwestern University (administrative, environmental, property)
Curtis Milhaupt from Washington University, St. Louis (Japanese law, corporate)
Joseph Raz from Oxford University (part-time appointment) (legal and political philosophy)
Charles Sabel from the Department of Political Science, Massachussetts Institute of Technology (law & social science)
Carol Sanger from Santa Clara University (family law)
William Simon from Stanford University (legal ethics)
Susan Sturm from the University of Pennsylvania (employment law, civil rights)
Jeremy Waldron from the Department of Politics, Princeton University (political and legal philosophy)

Lost to other schools:

Anne Alstott to Yale University (tax)
Bernard Black to Stanford University (corporate law)
Martha Fineman to Cornell University (family law, feminist legal theory)
Richard Pierce, Jr. to George Washington University (administrative law)
Mark Roe to Harvard University (corporate law)
Michael Young to George Washington University (to become Dean) (Japanese law)
Lawrence Zelenak to Duke University (tax)

Total faculty size: 50-59


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CORNELL UNIVERSITY

Hired laterally:

Michael Heise from Case Western Reserve University (law & social science)
Muna B. Ndulo from practice (international law)
Annelise Riles from Northwestern University (law and anthropology)
Emily Sherwin from the University of San Diego (jurisprudence, property)

Lost to other schools:

Kathryn Abrams to the University of California, Berkeley (feminist theory)
Martha Fineman to Emory University (feminist theory, family law)
Lynn LoPucki to the University of California, Los Angeles (commercial law)
David Lyons to Boston University (moral, political and legal philosophy) (emeritus at Cornell)
Fred McChesney to Northwestern University (antitrust, law & economics)
Russell Osgood to Grinnell College (to become President)
Lee Teitelbaum to the University of Utah (family law)

Total faculty size: 40-49


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DUKE UNIVERSITY

Hired laterally:

Stuart Benjamin from the University of Texas, Austin (telecommunications, administrative)
James Boyle from American University (Cyberlaw, postmodernism)
Michael H. Bradley from the University of Michigan (primary appt. in Business School at Duke) (bankruptcy)
James Coleman from practice (criminal, civil rights)
Frances McGovern from the University of Alabama (torts)
Joost Pauwelyn from practice (international)
Arti Rai from the University of Pennsylvania (intellectual property, health law)
Jerome H. Reichman from Vanderbilt University (intellectual property)
Steven Schwarcz from practice (commercial law, bankruptcy)
Lawrence Zelenak from Columbia University (tax)

Lost to other schools:

Amy L. Chua to Yale University (international trade)
Stanley Fish to the University of Illinois at Chicago (to become Dean) (literary theory, pomo nonsense)
Pamela Brooks Gann to Claremont-McKenna College (to become President)
Benedict Kingsbury to New York University (international law)
Martin Stone to Yeshiva University/Cardozo Law School (jurisprudence, torts)

Total faculty size: 40-49


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EMORY UNIVERSITY

Hired laterally:

Anita Bernstein from Chicago-Kent College of Law (torts, products liability)
Martha Fineman from Cornell University (feminist, family law)
Michael Perry from Wake Forest University (constitutional)
Sara Stadler Nelson (untenured) from the University of Cincinnati (intellectual property)
Johan van der Vyver from the University of Witwaterstrand (South Africa)

Lost to other schools:

Andrew Kull to Boston University (contracts, commercial, legal history)
Fred McChesney to Cornell University (antitrust, law & economics)

Total faculty size: 30-39


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GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY

Hired laterally:

Alexander Aleinikoff from the University of Michigan (immigration law, constitutional law)
William Bratton from George Washington University (corporate)
Julie Cohen (untenured) from the University of Pittsburgh (intellectual property)
Heidi Feldman (untenured) from the University of Michigan (torts, legal ethics)
G. Mitu Gulati from the University of California, Los Angeles (corporate, securities)
John H. Jackson from the University of Michigan (emeritus at Michigan) (international trade)
Donald Langevoort from Vanderbilt University (corporate & securities law)
Richard Lazarus from Washington University, St. Louis (environmental law)
David Luban from the University of Maryland (legal ethics)
Carrie Menkel-Meadow from the University of California, Los Angeles (ADR, feminist legal theory)
Ronald Pearlman from practice (tax)
Daniel Tarullo from practice (international law)
John Thomas from George Washington University (patents)
Franz Werro from the University of Fribourg (European private law) (part-time)

Lost to other schools:

Anita Allen to the University of Pennsylvania (civil rights, jurisprudence, bioethics)
Lisa Bernstein to the University of Chicago (commercial law)
William Eskridge, Jr. to Yale University (constitutional law, legislation)
Daniel Halperin to Harvard University (tax)
Avery Katz to Columbia University (law & economics)
Lynn Stout to University of California, Los Angeles (corporate/securities)
David Weisbach (untenured) to the University of Chicago (tax)

Total faculty size: 80-89


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GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY

Hired laterally:

Robert Cottrol from Rutgers University, Camden (legal history)
John Duffy from the College of William & Mary (intellectual property, telecommunications)
William Kovacic from George Mason University (antitrust)
Cynthia Lee from the University of San Diego (criminal procedure, critical race)
Thomas Morgan from Brigham Young University (antitrust)
Richard Pierce, Jr. from Columbia University (administrative law)
Michael Young from Columbia University (as Dean) (Japanese law)

Lost to other schools:

Raj Bhala to the University of Kansas (international)
William Bratton to Georgetown University (corporate)
Harold Bruff to the University of Colorado (to become Dean) (administrative law)
Philip Hamburger to the University of Chicago (legal history)
Robert Peroni to the University of Texas, Austin (tax)
Theodore Sims to Boston University (tax)

Total faculty size: 60-69


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HARVARD UNIVERSITY

Hired laterally:

Einer Elhauge from the University of California, Berkeley (health law)
Lani Guinier from the University of Pennsylvania (civil rights, voting rights)
Janet Halley from Stanford University (constitutional law, gay legal theory)
Daniel Halperin from Georgetown University (tax)
Elena Kagan from practice (formerly tenured at Chicago) (constitutional law)
J. Mark Ramseyer from the University of Chicago (Japanese law, corporate law)
Mark Roe from Columbia University (corporate law)
William Stuntz from the University of Virginia (criminal procedure)
W. Kip Viscusi from the Economics Department, Duke University (law & economics)
Elizabeth Warren from the University of Pennsylvania (bankruptcy)

Lost to other schools:

Lawrence Lessig to Stanford University (constitutional, Cyberlaw, intellectual property)
Anne-Marie Slaughter to Princeton University (international) (as Dean of the Wilson School)
Joseph Weiler to New York University (international)

Total faculty size: 70-79


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NEW YORK UNIVERSITY

Hired laterally:

Barry Adler from the University of Virginia (bankruptcy)
William Allen from practice (corporate)
Philip Alston from the European University Institute, Florence (international)
Jennifer Arlen from the University of Southern California (law & econ, corporate)
John Ferejohn from the Department of Political Science, Stanford University (part-time appointment) (rational choice theory)
Barry Friedman from Vanderbilt University (constitutional)
David Garland from the University of Edinburgh (criminology)
Clayton Gillette from the University of Virginia (commercial, local government)
Carol Gilligan from the Education School, Harvard University (psychology)
David Golove from Cardozo Law School/Yeshiva University (international)
Henry Hansmann from Yale University (corporate, law & econ)
Stephen Holmes from the Department of Politics, Princeton University (political theory)
Benedict Kingsbury from Duke University (international)
Daryl Levinson from the University of Virginia (constitutional)
Deborah Malamud from the University of Michigan (labor)
Stephen Perry from the University of Pennsylvania (jurisprudence, torts)
Richard Pildes from the University of Michigan (voting rights, constitutional)
Michael Schill from the University of Pennsylvania (real estate, land use)
Stephen Schulhofer from the University of Chicago (criminal)
Joseph Weiler from Harvard University (international)

Lost to other schools:

Lea Brilmayer to Yale University (procedure, international law, conflicts)
Christopher Eisgruber to Princeton University (constitutional)
Michael Klausner to Stanford University (corporate)
Charles Knapp to the University of California, Hastings (emeritus at NYU) (contracts)
Paul McDaniel to Boston College (tax)
Lawrence Sager to the University of Texas, Austin (constitutional)

Total faculty size: 80-89


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NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY

Hired laterally:

David Dana from Boston University (environmental)
Shari Diamond from the Department of Psychology, University of Illinois at
Chicago (law & psychology)
Tracey George from the University of Missouri, Columbia (law & social science)
Andrew Koppelman (untenured) from the Department of Politics, Princeton University (constitutional)
James Lindgren from Chicago-Kent College of Law/Illinois Institute of Technology (criminal law theory, trusts & estates)
Fred McChesney from Cornell University (antitrust, law & economics)
John McGinnis from Cardozo Law School/Yeshiva University (constitutional)
Dorothy E. Roberts from Rugers University, Newark (critical race theory)
Charles Taylor from the Department of Philosophy, Northwestern University (political philosophy) (part-time, joint with Philosophy) (emeritus at McGill)
Emerson Tiller from the Business School, University of Texas, Austin (positive political theory)
Gordon Wood from the Department of History, Brown University (American history) (emeritus at Brown)

Lost to other schools:

Kathryn Abrams to Cornell University (feminist theory, civil rights)
Richard Brooks (untenured) to Yale University (law & economics)
John J. Donohue III to Stanford University (law & economics, employment)
Stephen A. Gardbaum to the University of California, Los Angeles (constitutional, political theory)
Keith Hylton to Boston University (law & economics)
Gary Lawson to Boston University (administrative, constitutional)
Laura Lin (untenured) to a non-academic position (corporate)
Thomas Merrill to Columbia University (administrative, environmental, property)
Elizabeth Mertz (untenured) to the University of Wisconsin, Madison (law & anthropology)
Michael J. Perry to Wake Forest University (constitutional)
Daniel Polsby to George Mason University (law & economics)
Annelise Riles to Cornell University (law & anthropology)
Paul Robinson to University of Pennsylvania (criminal)
Henry E. Smith to Yale University (property, tax)

Total faculty size: 40-49


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STANFORD UNIVERSITY

Hired laterally:

Bernard Black from Columbia University (corporate)
Richard Craswell from the University of Chicago (law & economics)
John J. Donohue III from Northwestern University (law & economics)
Deborah Hensler from the University of Southern California (ADR)
Pamela Karlan from the University of Virginia (voting rights)
Michael Klausner from New York University (corporate)
Lawrence Lessig from Harvard University (constitutional, Cyberlaw)
Jeff Strnad from the University of Southern California (tax, corporate)

Lost to other schools:

John Hart Ely to the University of Miami (constitutional)
Robert W. Gordon to Yale University (legal history, legal ethics/legal profession)
Janet Halley to Harvard University (constitutional, gay legal studies)
William Simon to Columbia University (legal ethics

Total faculty size: 40-49


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UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA

Hired laterally:

James Anaya from the University of Iowa (international, Native American)
Graeme Austin from the University of Auckland (intellectual property)
Jean Braucher from the University of Cincinnati (commercial)

Lost to other schools:

Mark L. Ascher to the University of Texas, Austin (trusts & estates)
Lynn A. Baker to the University of Texas, Austin (local government law, public choice theory)
Katherine Francke (untenured) to Fordham University (has since moved to Columbia) (feminist theory)
David Golove (untenured) to Cardozo Law School/Yeshiva University (has since moved to NYU) (international)
Bernard Harcourt to the University of Chicago (criminal)
Joel Seligman to Washington University, St. Louis (to become Dean) (securities)
E. Thomas Sullivan to the University of Minnesota (to become Dean) (antitrust)

Total Faculty Size: 30-39


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UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, BERKELEY

Hired laterally:

Kathryn Abrams from Cornell University (civil rights, feminist theory)
Stephen Choi (untenured) from the University of Chicago (corporate)
Lauren Edelman from the University of Wisconsin, Madison (law & social science)
Aaron Edlin from the Department of Economics, University of California, Berkeley (part-time appointment) (law & economics)
Daniel Farber from the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities (constitutional, legislation, environmental)
Philip Frickey from the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities (constitutional, legislation, Native American)
Mark Lemley from the University of Texas, Austin (intellectual property)
Pamela Samuelson from the University of Pittsburgh (intellectual property)

Lost to other schools:

Einer Elhauge to Harvard University (health law)
Robert Post to Yale University (constitutional)
Daniel Rodriguez to the University of San Diego (to become Dean) (public law)
Edward Rubin to the University of Pennsylvania (commercial law, administrative law, legal theory) (emeritus at Berkeley)
Jeremy Waldron to the Department of Politics, Princeton University (political and legal philosophy)

Total Faculty Size: 50-59


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UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, HASTINGS

Hired laterally:

Vik Amar from the University of California, Davis (constitutional law)
Charles Knapp from New York University (emeritus at NYU) (contracts)
John Leshy from Arizona State University (environmental, natural resources)
Roger C. Park from the University of Minnesota (evidence)
Joel Paul from the University of Connecticut (international)

Lost to other schools:

no one

Total Faculty Size: 40-49


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UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, LOS ANGELES

Hired laterally:

Stephen Bainbridge from the University of Illinois (corporate/securities)
Steven Banks from Florida State University (tax)
Stuart Banner from Washington University, St. Louis (legal history)
Stephen Gardbaum from Northwestern University (constitutional, political theory)
Cheryl Harris from Chicago-Kent College of Law/Illinois Institute of Technology (critical race theory)
Russell Korobkin from the University of Illinois (behavioral law & economics, contracts, health)
Lynn LoPucki from Cornell University (commercial)
Lynn Stout from Georgetown University (corporate/securities)
Samuel Thompson from the University of Miami (tax)

Lost to other schools:

Evan Caminker to the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor (constitutional)
William Forbath to the University of Texas, Austin (legal history)
Mark Grady to George Mason University (to become Dean) (torts)
G. Mitu Gulati to Georgetown University (corporate, securities)
Carrie Menkel-Meadow to Georgetown University (ADR, feminist theory)
John Setear to the University of Virginia (international)

Total Faculty Size: 50-59


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UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO

Hired laterally:

Lisa Bernstein from Georgetown University (commercial)
Mary Anne Case from the University of Virginia (feminist theory, constitutional)
Philip Hamburger from George Washington University (legal history)
Bernard Harcourt from the University of Arizona (criminal)
Saul Levmore from the University of Virginia (law & economics, commercial, corporate)
Martha Nussbaum from the Department of Philosophy, Brown University (moral & political philosophy)
Eric Posner from the University of Pennsylvania (law & economics)
Julie Roin from the University of Virginia (tax)
David Weisbach (untenured) from Georgetown University (tax)

Lost to other schools:

Mary Becker to DePaul University (feminist theory)
Stephen Choi (untenured) to the University of California, Berkeley (corporate)
Richard Craswell to Stanford University (commercial, torts, law & econ)
Elizabeth Garrett to the University of Southern California (legislation, administrative)
Jack Goldsmith to the University of Virginia (international)
Stephen Holmes to the Department of Politics, Princeton University (political theory)
Dan Kahan to Yale University (criminal)
Daniel Klerman (untenured) to the University of Southern California
Lawrence Lessig to Harvard University (constitutional, Cyberlaw)
Michael McConnell to the University of Utah (constitutional)
J. Mark Ramseyer to Harvard University (corporate, Japanese law)
Stephen Schulhofer to New York University (criminal)
George Triantis to the University of Virginia (corporate)

Total Faculty Size: 30-39


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UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO

Hired laterally:

Harold Bruff from George Washington University (as Dean) (administrative)
Lakshman Guruswamy from the University of Tulsa (natural resources, environmental)

Lost to other schools:

Curtis Bradley to the University of Virginia (international)
Richard Delgado to the University of Pittsburgh (Critical Race Theory)
Ann Estin to the University of Iowa (family)
Hiroshi Motomura to the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill (immigration)
Gene Nichol to the University of North Carolina (to become Dean) (constitutional)
Dale Oesterle to Ohio State University (corporate, securities)
Steven D. Smith to the University of Notre Dame (constitutional)

Total Faculty Size: 30-39


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UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS

Hired laterally:

Heidi Hurd from the University of San Diego (jurisprudence, torts) (as Dean)
Richard McAdams from Boston University (criminal)
Michael Moore from the University of San Diego (jurisprudence, criminal)
Richard Painter from the University of Oregon (legal ethics, corporate)
Larry Ribstein from George Mason University (corporate/securities)

Lost to other schools:

Stephen Bainbridge to the University of California, Los Angeles (corporate/securities)
Donald Dripps to the University of Minnesota (criminal procedure)
Steven L. Harris to Chicago-Kent College of Law/Illinois Institute of Technology (commercial)
Thomas Mengler to St. Thomas University (Minnesota) (as Dean) (procedure)
Deborah Merritt to Ohio State University (law & social science, civil rights)
Ronald Rotunda to George Mason University (constitutional, legal ethics)

Total Faculty Size: 30-39


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UNIVERSITY OF IOWA

Hired laterally:

Randall Bezanson from Washington & Lee University (constitutional)
Margaret Brinig from George Mason University (family)
Ann Estin from the University of Colorado (family)

Lost to other schools:

James Anaya to the University of Arizona (international, Native American)
Robert Clinton to Arizona State University (constitutional, Native American)
Mary Dudziak to the University of Southern California (legal history)
Michael Green to Wake Forest University (torts)
Joseph Knight to the University of Washington, Seattle (to become Dean)
Michael Saks to Arizona State University (evidence, law & social science)
Randall Thomas to Vanderbilt University (corporate)

Total Faculty Size: 40-49


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UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, ANN ARBOR

Hired laterally:

Reuven S. Avi-Yonah (untenured) from Harvard University (tax)
Omri Ben-Shahar (untenured) from Tel-Aviv University (law & economics)
Evan Caminker from the University of California, Los Angeles (constitutional)
James Hathaway from York University (Canada) (refugee law)
Robert Howse from the University of Toronto (international)

Lost to other schools:

Alexander Aleinikoff to Georgetown University (immigration, constitutional)
José Alvarez to Columbia University (international)
Michael H. Bradley to Duke University (bankruptcy) (primary appt in Business)
Merritt Fox to Columbia University (corporate)
Michael Heller to Columbia University (property)
Jerold Israel to the University of Florida (took early retirement at Michigan) (criminal procedure)
John H. Jackson to Georgetown University (took early retirement at Michigan) (international trade)
Yale Kamisar to the University of San Diego (criminal) (remains part-time at Michigan as well)
Avery Katz to Georgetown University (has sinced moved to Columbia) (law & economics)
Deborah Malamud to New York University (labor)
Ronald Mann to the University of Texas, Austin (commercial, intellectual property)
Richard Pildes to New York University (constitutional, voting rights)
Jane Schacter to the University of Wisconsin, Madison (legislation)
Kent Syverud to Vanderbilt University (to become Dean) (insurance)

Total Faculty Size: 50-59


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UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA

Hired laterally:

Brian Bix from Quinnipiac College School of Law (jurisprudence, family)
Dan Burk from Seton Hall University (intellectual property)
Donald Dripps from the University of Illinois (criminal procedure)
Alex Johnson from the University of Virginia (critical race theory, property) (as Dean)
George Mundstock from the University of Miami (tax)
E. Thomas Sullivan from the University of Arizona (as Dean) (antitrust)

Lost to other schools:

Karen Burke to the University of San Diego (tax)
Daniel Farber to the University of California, Berkeley (constitutional, environmental, legislation, public choice theory)
Philip Frickey to the University of California, Berkeley (constitutional, legislation, Native American)
Steve H. Nickles to Wake Forest University (commercial)
Roger C. Park to the University of California, Hastings (evidence)
Steven Penrod to the University of Nebraska, Lincoln (law & psychology)
Suzanna Sherry to Vanderbilt University (constitutional)
Mark Yudof to the University of Texas, Austin (constitutional, education) (as Chancellor of the UT System)>

Total Faculty Size: 30-39


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UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA, CHAPEL HILL

Hired laterally:

John O. Calmore from Loyola Law School, Los Angeles (critical race)
Marian G. Crain from the University of Toledo (labor, family)
Adrienne Davis from American University (critical race, feminist)
Kimberly Krawiec from the University of Oregon (corporate)
Hiroshi Motomura from the University of Colorado (immigration)
Eric Muller from the University of Wyoming (constitutional/criminal)
Gene Nichol from the University of Colorado (as Dean) (constitutional)
William P. Marshall from Case Western Reserve University (constitutional)

Lost to other schools:

Jim Rossi to Florida State University (administrative)
Lawrence Zelenak to Columbia University (tax)

Total faculty size: 30-39


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UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME

Hired laterally:

John Finnis from Oxford University (part-time appointment) (legal philosophy)
John Nagle from Seton Hall University (environmental)
Dinah L. Shelton from Santa Clara University (international)

Lost to other schools:

John Garvey to Boston College (to become Dean) (constitutional)
Douglas Kmiec to Pepperdine University (constitutional)
Elizabeth Schiltz (untenured) to St. Thomas University (Minnesota).
Patrick Schiltz (untenured) to St. Thomas University (Minnesota) (legal ethics)
Steven D. Smith to the University of San Diego (constitutional)

Total faculty size: 30-39


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UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA

Hired laterally:

Anita Allen from Georgetown University (privacy, jurisprudence)
Howard Chang from the University of Southern California (law & economics, immigration)
Claire Finkelstein from the University of California, Berkeley (criminal, political philosophy)
Michael Knoll from the University of Southern California (tax)
Gideon Parchomovsky (untenured) from Fordham University (intellectual property)
Wendell Pritchett (untenured) from the Department of History, Baruch College,
City University of New York (legal history)
Paul Robinson from Northwestern University (criminal)
Edward Rubin from the University of California, Berkeley (administrative, commercial, constitutional)
Chris Sanchirico from the University of Virginia (evidence, law & economics)
Kim Lane Scheppele from the Department of Political Science, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor (law & social science)
David Skeel from Temple University (commercial, bankruptcy, corporate)
Amy Wax from the University of Virginia (family, law & economics)

Lost to other schools:

Colin Diver to Reed College (as President) (administrative)
Lani Guinier to Harvard University (civil rights, voting rights)
Heidi Hurd to the University of San Diego (jurisprudence, torts)
Michael S. Moore to the University of San Diego (jurisprudence, criminal)
Stephen Perry to New York University (jurisprudence, torts)
Eric Posner to the University of Chicago (law & economics)
Arti Rai to Duke University (intellectual property, health law)
Michael Schill to New York University (real estate, land use)
Susan Sturm to Columbia University (civil rights)
Elizabeth Warren to Harvard University (bankruptcy)
Barbara Woodhouse to the University of Florida, Gainesville (family law)

Total Faculty Size: 30-39


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UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA

Hired laterally:

Jody Armour from the University of Pittsburgh (race)
Mary Dudziak from the University of Iowa (legal history)
Elizabeth Garrett from the University of Chicago (legislation, administrative)
Gillian Hadfield from the University of Toronto (law & econ)
Daniel Klerman (untenured) from the University of Chicago (legal history)
Andrei Marmor from Israel (jurisprudence) (part-time)

Lost to other schools:

Jennifer Arlen to New York University (law and economics, corporate)
Howard Chang to the University of Pennsylvania (law & economics, immigration)
Deborah Hensler to Stanford University (ADR)
Michael Knoll to the University of Pennsylvania (tax)
Judith Resnik to Yale University (procedure, feminist theory)
Jeff Strnad to Stanford University (tax, corporate, law & economics)
Catherine Wells to Boston College (jurisprudence)

Total Faculty Size: 30-39


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UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS, AUSTIN

Hired laterally:

Mark L. Ascher from the University of Arizona (trusts & estates)
Lynn A. Baker from the University of Arizona (local government, public choice)
Jane Maslow Cohen from Boston University (family, feminist theory)
Frank Cross from the Business School, University of Texas, Austin (part-time appointment) (environmental, administrative, legislation, positive political theory)
John Deigh from the Philosophy Department, Northwestern University (moral/political/legal philosophy)
Karen Engle from the University of Utah (international, feminist)
William E. Forbath from the University of California, Los Angeles (legal history)
Leslie Green from York University/Osgoode Hall, Toronto (legal and political philosophy) (part-time)
Brian Leiter from the University of San Diego (legal philosophy)
Ronald Mann from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor (commercial, intellectual property)
Basil Markesinis from Oxford University (part-time appointment) (comparative)
Robert Peroni from George Washington University (tax)
H.W. Perry, Jr. from the Department of Government, University of Texas, Austin (part-time appointment) (constitutional, law & social science)
Lawrence Sager from New York University (constitutional)
Jane Stapleton from the Australian National University (torts, products liability, jurisprudence) (part-time)
Wendy E. Wagner from Case Western Reserve University (environmental)
Mark Yudof from the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities (constitutional, education)

Lost to other schools:

Stuart Benjamin to Duke University (telecommunications, administrative)
Joseph Dodge to Florida State University (tax)
Cynthia Estlund to Columbia University (employment/labor)
Thomas Evans to practice (tax)
James Fishkin to the Department of Political Science, Stanford University (law & social science) (primary appt. in Government)
Samuel Issacharoff to Columbia University (voting rights, civil procedure)
Mark Lemley to the University of California, Berkeley (intellectual property)
Thomas D. Russell to the University of Denver (legal history)
Edward Sherman to Tulane University (to become Dean) (civil procedure)
Michael Tigar to American University (civil rights, procedure)

Total Faculty Size: 60-69


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UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA

Hired laterally:

Vincent Blasi from Columbia University (part-time appointment) (constitutional)
Curtis Bradley from the University of Colorado (international)
Anne Coughlin from Vanderbilt University (criminal procedure)
Barry Cushman from St. Louis University (legal history)
Jack Goldsmith from the University of Chicago (international)<
John Setear from the University of California, Los Angeles (international)
George Triantis from the University of Chicago (corporate)
Ann Woolhandler from Tulane University (procedure)

Lost to other schools:

Barry Adler to New York University (bankruptcy)
Mary Anne Case to the University of Chicago (constitutional, feminist theory)
Clayton Gillette to New York University (commercial, local government)
Jack Goldsmith (untenured) to the University of Chicago (international)
Alex Johnson to the University of Minnesota (critical race, property) (to become Dean)
Pamela Karlan to Stanford University (voting rights, civil procedure)
Daryl Levinson to New York University (constitutional)
Saul Levmore to the University of Chicago (law & econ, corporate, torts)
Julie Roin to the University of Chicago (tax)
Chris Sanchirico to the University of Pennsylvania (evidence, law & economics)
William Stuntz to Harvard University (criminal procedure)
Amy Wax to the University of Pennsylvania (family, law & econ)

Total Faculty Size: 60-69


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UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN, MADISON

Hired laterally:

Jane Larson (untenured) from Northwestern University (feminist theory)
Elizabeth Mertz (untenured) from Northwestern University (law & anthropology)
Jane Schacter from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor (legislation)
D. Gordon Smith from Lewis & Clark (corporate, securities regulation)
Richard Ross from Indiana University, Indianapolis (legal history)

Lost to other schools:

Kenneth Dau-Schmidt to Indiana University, Bloomington (law & econ, labor)
Lauren Edelman to the University of California, Berkeley (law & social science)
Beverly Moran to Vanderbilt University (tax, critical race)

Total Faculty Size: 40-49


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VANDERBILT UNIVERSITY

Hired laterally:

Mark Brandon (untenured) from the Department of Political Science, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor (constitutional)
Paul Edelman from the Department of Mathematics, University of Minnesota (part-time in law) (Sherry's spouse) (mathematics)
Gordon Gee from Brown University (as President of the University) (part-time in law)
Chris Guthrie from the University of Missouri, Columbia (ADR, behavioral law & economics)
Beverly Moran from the University of Wisconsin, Madison (tax, critical race)
Richard Nagareda from the University of Georgia (mass torts, administrative)
Erin O'Hara from George Mason University (law & econ)
Suzanna Sherry from the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities (constitutional)
Carol Swain from the Wilson School, Princeton University (part-time in law) (public law)
Kent Syverud from the University of Michigan (as Dean) (insurance)
Randall Thomas from the University of Iowa (corporate)
Robert Thompson from Washington University, St. Louis (corporate)

Lost to other schools:

Anne Coughlin to the University of Virginia (criminal procedure)
Barry Friedman to New York University (constitutional)
Margaret Howard to Washington & Lee University (commercial)
Donald Langevoort to Georgetown University (corporate)
David Parlett to Washington & Lee University (to become Dean) (torts)
Jerome H. Reichman to Duke University (intellectual property)

Total Faculty Size: 40-49


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WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY, ST. LOUIS

Hired laterally:

Rebecca Dresser from Case Western Reserve University (bioethics)
Lee Epstein from the Department of Political Science, Washington University,
St. Louis (part-time appointment) (public law)
John Owen Haley from the University of Washington, Seattle (Japanese law)
David Konig from the Department of History, Washington University, St. Louis(part-time appointment) (legal history)
Joel Seligman from the University of Arizona (as Dean) (securities regulation)
Nancy Staudt from the State University of New York at Buffalo (tax)

Lost to other schools:

Stuart Banner to the University of California, Los Angeles (legal history)
Richard Lazarus to Georgetown University (environtmental)
Ronald J. Mann to the University of Michigan (commercial)
Curtis Milhaupt to Columbia University (Japanese, corporate)
Robert Thompson to Vanderbilt University (corporate)

Total faculty size: 30-39


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YALE UNIVERSITY

Hired laterally:

Anne Alstott from Columbia University (tax)
Lea Brilmayer from New York University (conflicts, international)
Richard Brooks (untenured) from Northwestern University (law & economics)
Amy Chua from Duke University (international trade)
William Eskridge, Jr. from Georgetown University (constitutional, legislation, gay legal studies)
Oona Hathaway (untenured) from Boston University (international)
Dan Kahan from the University of Chicago (criminal)
Robert W. Gordon from Stanford University (legal history)
Robert Post from the University of California, Berkeley (constitutional)
Judith Resnik from the University of Southern California (procedure, feminist theory)
Henry Smith from Northwestern University (property, tax)

Lost to other schools:

Henry Hansmann from Yale University (corporate, law & econ)

Total Faculty Size: 40-49


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