Emily Kempin Professor of Law
Amy Adler is a leading scholar on the legal regulation of art, speech, and sexuality. Her scholarship focuses on the intersection of law and cultural theory. Her work draws on an eclectic variety of fields, primarily from the arts and humanities, to explore problems of language, interpretation and sexuality that have particular relevance for First Amendment doctrine and theory.
Rochelle Cooper Dreyfuss
Charles L. Denison Professor of Law
Director, Competition, Innovation, and Information Law Program
Harry First teaches courses in antitrust, regulated industries, business crime and innovation policy. First’s recent scholarship has focused on international and comparative aspects of antitrust.
Professor of Law
Professor Fromer teaches in the areas of intellectual property and contracts. She specializes in intellectual property and information law, with particular emphasis on unified theories of copyright and patent law. In 2011, Professor Fromer was awarded the American Law Institute's inaugural Young Scholars Medal for her scholarship in intellectual property.
|Lewis A. Kornhauser
Alfred B. Engelberg Professor of Law
The range of subjects to which Lewis Kornhauser has applied microeconomic analysis is incredibly wide, including fundamental aspects of jurisprudence that may never have been looked at from this perspective. His publications include articles about corporate takeovers, divorce, and methods of assigning monetary values to human lives.
|Andreas F. Lowenfeld
Herbert and Rose Rubin Professor of International Law Emeritus
The topics that Andreas Lowenfeld has addressed in five decades of practice and scholarship are so diverse that it is impossible to label their author's "field." A random sampling of his recent writings includes: transborder kidnapping, investor-state dispute settlement, economic sanctions, enforcement of foreign judgments, and the International Monetary System. His books cover aviation law, public international law, international economic law, private international law, and arbitration.
Professor of Law
Katherine Strandburg, an expert in patent law, science and technology policy, and information privacy law, spent the earlier part of her career as a research scientist. An experienced litigator, Strandburg is licensed to practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. She currently serves on the Amicus Committee of the Federal Circuit Bar Association and was a member of the American Association for the Advancement of Science Working Group on Developing a Research Exemption to Intellectual Property Protections.
|Alan O. Sykes
Robert A. Kindler Professor of Law
A leading expert on the application of economics to legal problems, Sykes has focused his research on international economic relations. His writing and teaching have encompassed international trade, torts, contracts, insurance, antitrust, and economic analysis of law. He currently serves as reporter for the American Law Institute Project on Principles of Trade Law: The World Trade Organization.