In 2004 the Lecture Series became the Distinguished Visitor Program2017
Professor Amanda L. Tyler, Berkeley Law School -- Seton Hall University Law School, the
University of Denver College of Law and the University of Utah College of Law.
Professor Eugene R. Fidell, Yale Law School -- Syracuse College of Law, the University of
Kentucky College of Law and the University of Toledo College of Law.
Professor Tracey L. Meares, Yale Law School -- Drake University School of Law, UCLA
School of Law and the University of Oklahoma Law Center.
Professor Neal Katyal, Georgetown University Law Center -- Wisconsin University Law School
Professor Kenji Yoshino, New York University School of Law
-- American University College
of Law, Louisiana State University Law Center and the University of Florida College of Law
Professor Heather Gerken, Yale Law School -- the Ohio State University College of Law,
Pepperdine University School of Law and the University of Iowa College of Law
Professor Saul Levmore , University of Chicago
Law School -- Loyola Law School, University
of Tennessee College of Law and Wayne State University Law School
Professor Michael J.
Klarman, Harvard Law School -- University of Missouri School of
Wake Forest University School of Law and William and Mary Law School
Professor Jane Ginsburg, Columbia
Law School -- DePaul University
College of Law,
UC Hastings College of Law and Texas Tech University School of Law
Professor David B. Wilkins, Harvard Law School -- Chicago-Kent College of Law of
University of California-Hastings.
2. Professor Joseph Sax,University of California,
Berkeley, School of
Law -- Texas Tech
School of Law, the University of Nebraska College of Law and West Virginia University College of Law.
University of Kansas. Professor Thomas O. McGarity, Our
and Their Science is
Junk Science: Science-Based Strategies for Avoiding Accountability and Responsibility for Risk-
Producing Products and Activities, 2 Kan L. Rev. 897 (2004).
of Nebraska. Professor John Strong (University of Arizona), Consensual
Modification of the Rules of Evidence: The Limits of Party Autonomy in an Adversary System,
2001 Neb.L. Rev. 80 (2001).
Utah. Professor Saul Levmore (University of Chicago), More
Majorities, 2000 Utah L. Rev. 759 (2001).
of Houston. Professor W. Michael Reisman (Yale University), International
Legal Responses to Terrorism, 22 Hous. J. Int'l L. 3 (1999).
of Arizona. Professor Mark Neely (St. Louis University) and
(Columbia University), The Impeachment Trial of Abraham Lincoln, The Final Day, 40 Ariz. L. Rev.
& Lee University. Professor Charles T. 0gIetree, Jr. (Harvard
Personal and Professional Integrity in the Legal Profession: Lessons from President Clinton and
Kenneth Starr, 56 Wash. & Lee L. Rev. 851 (1999).
Arizona State University. Professor Ronald M. Dworkin (New York
Praise of Theory, 29 Ariz. St. L.J. 353 (1997).
University. Professor Michael Sandel (Harvard University), The
the Procedural Republic: Liberal Rights and Civic Virtues, 66 Fordham L. Rev. 1 (1997).
of New Mexico. Professor Gregory Williams (Ohio State
the Powerless to the Powerful,: The Public Responsibilities of Law Schools, 1 N.M .L. Rev. 1 (1998).
Brigham Young University. Charles E. Wilkinson (University of
Hopi, and Black Mesa Coal: Conquest and Endurance in the American Southwest, 1996 BYU L. Rev.
University. Professor Jules L. Coleman (Yale University), Legal
Theory and Legal
Practice, 83 Geo. L. J. 2579 (1995)
University of California, Berkeley. Professor Bruce A. Ackerman
University), ls NAFTA
Constitutional? 108 Harv. L. Rev. 801 (1995)