Research & Areas of Interest

Our law faculty's scholarship is published widely, bringing a wealth of practice and policy experience to the School of Law. Visit their individual profile pages to learn more about each faculty member's scholarship.

Subject Areas: A-H Subject Areas: I-Z


Administrative Law - BernsteinConnollyMeidinger
Administrative Practice in Democracies - Bernstein
Advertising Law - Bartholomew, M.
African-American Legal History - Phillips
Animal Cruelty Laws - Chiesa
Animal Studies - Braverman
Anthropology of Law - FrenchTaussig-Rubbo
Antitrust - Bartholomew, C.
Asian Legal Cultures - Bernstein


Bankruptcy - Brown
Buddhism and Law - French
Business Law - Brown


Civil Procedure - Bartholomew, C.Bernstein
Civil Rights Law - Mutua, A.
Clinical Legal Education - Connolly
Commercial Law - Abramovsky
Common Law, History of - Steilen
Comparative Administrative Law - Bernstein
Comparative Law - FrenchTaussig-Rubbo
Conflict of Laws - Phillips
Constitutional History - Steilen
Constitutional Law - BoucaiMutua, A.O’RourkeSteilen, Taussig-Rubbo
Constitutional Structure of Politics - Gardner
Constitution-Making - Mutua, M.
Consumer Protection - Bartholomew, C.
Contracts - Taussig-Rubbo
Corporate Finance - SchlegelWestbrook
Corporate Law - Mutua, A.Westbrook
Criminal Law - BinderBoucaiChiesa,
Criminal Procedure - ChiesaO’Rourke
Critical Race Theory - Mutua, A.Phillips
Cyberlaw - Bartholomew, M.


Domestic Violence - Olin


Economic Redevelopment of Rust Belt Cities - Schlegel
Election Law - Gardner
Electronic Discovery - Milles
Employee Benefit Plans - Wooten
Employment Law - Dimick
Environmental Law - ConnollyMeidinger
Equal Protection Law and Equality Theory - Finley 
Evidence - Bartholomew, C.


Family Law - Boucai
Federal Jurisdiction - Bernstein
Federalism - Gardner
Feminist Legal Theory - FinleyMutua, A.
Finance - Westbrook
First Amendment - BarbasFinley
Free Trade Agreements - Lewis


Gender and Law - Finley, Mutua, A.


Human Rights - MelishMutua, M.