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The faculty at Gonzaga Law School are some of the finest teachers and scholars in the country. They bring to the classroom a wealth of knowledge and practical experience, having worked in law firms, as public defenders, as government lawyers, as litigators, as transactional lawyers, and as judicial clerks. The faculty are committed to training students to be practice-ready, and their innovative curriculum and classroom techniques serve as a model for law schools across the country.
The faculty are also active and engaged scholars, participating in the highest level of academic inquiry. Their interests are as varied as they are important, with faculty emphasizing both the practical and the theoretical. They have authored numerous scholarly books, law review articles, textbooks, treatises, book chapters, and essays. They also regularly speak at academic conferences across the nation and globe, provide legal commentary and analysis to the media, and serve as leaders in the bar, in the community, and in professional organizations.
We encourage you to learn more about our faculty and their activities through the links to the right. You can also read the faculty’s scholarship on the Gonzaga Law School’s Social Science Research Network (SSRN) page.
The faculty at Gonzaga Law is dedicated to serving the public interest through a variety of volunteer activities. The following summaries list the contributions of faculty to public service during each academic year (in PDF form).
Gonzaga Law is an American Bar Association Accredited Institution.
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