Friday, September 28, 2012

UC Hastings Congratulates Prof. Feldman on her Election to American Law Institute

UC Hastings College of the Law boasts a large number of faculty members who have been elected to the American Law Institute. The ALI is a professional, nonprofit organization that exists to “clarify, modernize, and otherwise improve the law.” Its distinguished members serve on committees with other legal academics, judges and practitioners to influence the development of the law in new and emerging fields.

Professor Feldman joins a long list of UC Hastings faculty who have been honored with membership in the prestigious American Law Institute. Professors Mary Kay Kane and Geoffrey C. Hazard, Jr., are members of the ALI Council. Professor Hazard served as Director of the ALI from 1984-1999.

UC Hastings faculty elected into the American Law Institute include:

Margreth Barrett
Jo Carrillo
John L. Diamond
William S. Dodge
David L. Faigman
Robin Cooper Feldman
Brian E. Gray
Joseph R. Grodin
Geoffrey C. Hazard, Jr.
Elizabeth Lutes Hillman
Carol L. Izumi
Mary Kay Kane
Charles Lincoln Knapp
Frederick W. Lambert
Evan Tsen Lee
David I. Levine
Richard L. Marcus
Leo P. Martinez
Roger Park
Harry G. Prince
Kevin Tierney
William K.S. Wang
D. Kelly Weisberg
Frank H. Wu

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