Wettach is honored for work in education advocacy, Siegel serves as special counsel during Supreme Court confirmation hearings, four new faculty books, and more faculty news.
A highly innovative and influential scholar of intellectual property law, Reichman retires from teaching — but keeps publishing
The renowned constitutional scholar and Supreme Court advocate is also remembered for his kindness and compassion to all
Michael Frakes’ empirical studies offer pathways to reform of patent review practices that drive up pharmaceutical costs.
Alex Zhang, who previously directed the law library at Washington and Lee and held positions at Stanford and Michigan, will also be the Archibald C. and Frances Fulk Rufty Research Professor of Law and associate dean of information services.
Shitong Qiao, who was previously on the law faculty at the University of Hong Kong, was a visiting professor at Duke Law during the spring 2019 semester.
Emilie Aguirre, previously the Earl B. Dickerson Fellow at the University of Chicago Law School, is a graduate of Harvard Law School and received a Ph.D in Health Policy and Management from Harvard Business School in May.
Former Deputy Treasury Secretary Raskin awarded distinguished professorship By Andrew Park Sarah Bloom Raskin, the former deputy secretary of the U.S. Department of Treasury and a visiting professor since 2020, has been named the Colin W. Brown Distinguished...
“Autopsy of a Crime Lab” analyzes how systemic failures in forensics compromise evidence and have called into question untold numbers of convictions.
Two new facuilty-authored textbooks can be downloaded, copied, and shared — for free.
Arti Rai, the Elvin R. Latty Professor of Law and faculty co-director of the Center for Innovation Policy, was appointed, in April, to serve as a senior advisor in the Office of General Counsel in the U.S. Department of Commerce. In this role, Rai advises on a range...