Who is on the faculty at ASL?

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Our Faculty

ASL faculty members have more than 325 years of law-practice experience. They bring that knowledge and expertise into the classroom so that students can thoroughly understand what it means to practice the law.

Beyond their practical experience, ASL professors are nationally recruited scholars with degrees from schools including Yale, Princeton, the University of Virginia, Ohio State University, Stanford, the University of Tennessee, and the University of Pennsylvania. They are experts on subjects including dispute resolution, natural resources law, and the First Amendment.

Professors at ASL are approachable and available for students' questions. They are teachers first who are committed to students' success. Students often spot professors around campus and around town, engaged and involved. They, too, have a passion for making a difference.

Our faculty:

 

Daniel H. Caldwell, Dean

Sandra Keen McGlothlin, Associate Dean

Lucy S. McGough, Former Dean

Chelsea M. Baldwin, Assistant Professor of Law

Judith M. Barger, Professor of Law

Mark Belleville, Associate Professor of Law

Joe Buffington, Visiting Assistant Professor of Law

Charles J. Condon, Professor of Law

Frank B. Harrington, Adjunct Professor of Law

Priscilla Norwood Harris, Associate Professor of Law

Stewart L. Harris, Professor of Law 

Mason Heidt, Assistant Professor of Law

Emma Jones, Adjunct Professor of Law

Hillary Burgess Leary, Visiting Associate Professor of Law

Nancy Ota, Visiting Professor of Law

Ken Russell, Adjunct Professor of Law

Thomas R. Scott, Jr., Visiting Professor of Law