JoEllen Lind

Professor of Law, Emerita


Ph.D. (candidate Philosophy), University of Utah
J.D., UCLA (1975)
B.A., Stanford University, Phi Beta Kappa (1972)

Courses Taught

Civil Procedure
Constitutional Theory

Representative Scholarship

Political Accountability and Procedural Reform (forthcoming 2013)

The Clinton/Palin Phenomenon and Young Women Voters, 30 Hamline J. Pub. L & Pol’y 523 (2009)(invited Symposium).

Valuing Relationships: The Role of Damages for Loss of Society, 35 N.M. L. Rev. 301 (2005). Westlaw |Lexis

“Procedural Swift”: Complex Litigation Reform, State Tort Law, and Democratic Values, 37 Akron L. Rev. 717 (2004). Westlaw | Lexis

The End of Trial on Damages? Intangible Losses and Comparability Review, 51 Buff. L. Rev. 251 (2003). Westlaw | Lexis

Dominance and Democracy:  The Legacy of Woman Suffrage for the Voting Right,  5 UCLA Women’s L.J. 103 (1994).

Honors and Professional Activities

Associate Dean for Faculty Development, Valparaiso Law School (2007-2012)
Indiana State Board of Law Examiners. Member
American Association of Law Schools, sections on Civil Procedure, Jurisprudence, and Women in Legal Education. Civil Procedure Executive Committee (1995)
Society of American Law Teachers. Member
Society for Women in Philosophy. Member
Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics. Member