Law Professors: The Next Generation
Columbia Law School's Careers in Law Teaching Program Has So Far This Year Helped Four Rising Law Professors Begin Teaching Careers
New York, January 14, 2015—With support from Columbia Law School’s Careers in Law Teaching Program (CILTP), graduates and associates are stepping up to shape the future of legal education. Four rising academics recently accepted teaching positions at law schools across the United States.
• Julian Arato (Associate in Law), who will be an Assistant Professor of Law at Brooklyn Law School, where he will teach courses in international trade law and international business law;
• Rebecca Ingber (Associate in Law), who will be an Associate Professor at Boston University School of Law, where she will teach criminal law and either national security or international law;
• Lynnise Pantin ’03, who will be an Associate Clinical Professor at Boston College Law School, where she will launch and direct a clinic in entrepreneurship and innovation; and
• Allison Tait (Associate in Law), who will be an Assistant Professor of Law at the University of Richmond School of Law, where she will teach trusts & estates and family law.
The Careers in Law Teaching Program offers counseling, workshops, and other services to help groom graduates and associates for careers as law professors. Professors Carol Sanger, David Pozen, and Vincent Blasi serve as co-chairs of the 2014-15 Teaching Program Committee.