A Bumper Crop of New Professors

A Bumper Crop of New Professors

In recent years, Columbia Law School has stepped up its efforts to encourage and nurture students who want to pursue teaching careers. In this section, we highlight alumni/ae who have begun teaching this year. In a second article, we describe the Law School's teaching program and how some of these professors got their highly sought after jobs. Finally, we introduce you to two new faculty members recently hired by the Law School.

Victor Fleischer '96
UCLA Law School
Deals and federal income taxation

Joanne Gottesman '98
Rutgers Law School (Camden)
Civil Practice Clinic

Chris Gosnell '02 LL.M.
University of Montreal
U.S. constitutional law and conflicts of law
Prof. Gosnell will serve as associate legal officer for the president
of the United Nations International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda for
two years before assuming teaching duties.

Chris Gulinello '03  LL.M.
Chase College of Law
Northern Kentucky University
Contract law and
business organizations

Thomas Healy '99
Seton Hall Law School
First Amendment,
constitutional law, federal courts, and administrative law

H. Brian Holland '03 LL.M.
Barry University School of Law
Intellectual property, federal practice and procedure, appellate
practice, and constitutional law

Trevor Morrison '98
Cornell Law School
Criminal law, constitutional law, and administrative law

Aaron Saiger '00
Fordham University School of Law
First-year property, state and local government law, and education law

Gregory A. Kalscheur, S.J.  '03 LL.M.
Boston College Law School
Civil procedure, constitutional law, and law and religion

Ric Simmons '94
Michael E. Moritz College of Law,
Ohio State University
Prosecution clinic, evidence, and criminal litigation in the clinical

Ethan Stone '95
University of Iowa
Corporations and
securities regulation

Carol Suzuki '91
University of New Mexico
Community Lawyering Clinic

Malcolm Thorburn '02 LL.M.
Queens University,
Kingston, Ontario
Torts and criminal law