This sample expert has 17 years of experience and specializes in the field of legal ethics, with specific knowledge of attorney-client privilege, legal malpractice and conflicts of interest. Published on such topics as the inadvertent disclosure of privileged information, the constitutionality of bar admission rules and the implications of social psychology for legal ethics.
Professor of law, this expert teaches professional responsibility and civil procedure. Authored a number of articles about legal ethics, including articles on the inadvertent disclosure of privileged information, the constitutionality of bar admission rules, and the implications of social psychology for professional responsibility.
Added as a co-author to a widely used book and a forthcoming civil procedure case book. Co-contributor to a legal ethics blog that has been named twice by the American Bar Association Journal as one of the top 100 law-related blogs in the country.
Previously an associate-in-law where they conducted research on professional responsibility issues, taught legal research and writing, and received LL.M. Clerked for a federal district court judge in Chicago and practiced as a litigation associate.