Associate Professor of Law
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J.D., Columbia Law School (1990)
B.A., Loyola University (Maryland) (1987)
Graduate Certificate (Chinese and Modern Chinese History), Fudan University, Shanghai, China (1986)
First Amendment and Censorship
Legal Profession (Professional Responsibility)
Legal Research and Writing
Legal Writing and Reasoning
ART LAW: CASES AND MATERIALS (Aspen rev. ed. 2010) (with DuBoff and Burr).
ADVANCED LEGAL WRITING AND ORAL ADVOCACY: TRIALS, APPEALS, AND MOOT COURT (Interactive Text) (Foundation Press 2009) (with DeSanctis).
LEGAL RESEARCH METHODS (Interactive Text) (Foundation Press 2009) (with DeSanctis).
LEGAL WRITING AND ANALYSIS (Interactive Text) (Foundation Press 2009) (with DeSanctis).
Dios Mio: The KISS Principle of the Ethical Approach to Copyright and Right of Publicity Law, 14 MINN. J. LAW, SCI. & TECH. (forthcoming, Winter 2012).
Parentheticals – A Love Story, 38 U. DAYTON L. REV. (forthcoming, Winter 2012).
After the Great Recession: Law and Economics’ Topics of Invention and Arrangement and Tropes of Style, 58 LOY. L. REV. (forthcoming, Winter 2012).
The Great Recession and the Rhetorical Canons of Law and Economics, 58 LOY. L. REV. (forthcoming, Fall 2012).
The Ethics of Intellectual Property: An Ethical Approach to Copyright and Right of Publicity Law, Ethics CORE Encyclopedia, National Center for Professional & Research Ethics (forthcoming, Fall 2012).
What is Transformative? An Explanatory Synthesis of the Convergence of Transformation and Predominant Purpose in Copyright Fair Use Law, 11 CHIC.-KENT J. INTELL. PROP. 260 (2012).
Rule Synthesis and Explanatory Synthesis: A Socratic Dialogue Between IREAC and TREAT, 8 LEGAL COMM. & RHETORIC 217 (2011) .
Honors and Professional Activities
American Association of Law Schools, sections on Art Law
Intellectual Property; Legal Research, Writing, and Reasoning
Conflicts of Law. Member
Legal Writing Institute. Member