| Bob ||Byman ||firstname.lastname@example.org|| ||Robert L. Byman is a litigator and former president of the American College of Trial Lawyers. He represents clients in complex commercial cases on diverse issues ranging from patents and intellectual property, securities and commodities, civil rights, and contractual disputes concerning such fields as construction, insurance, financing, franchising, and corporate acquisitions. He was lead trial counsel in the largest jury verdict ever in the state of Connecticut; he served as lead counsel to the firm's chairman, Anton R. Valukas, in his capacity as examiner in the Lehman Bankruptcy. Byman also has extensive experience in alternative dispute resolution as an advocate, arbitrator, and mediator.|| ||/assets/233681/fullsize/bob_byman.jpg||Adjunct Professor|
|Brad ||Meier || ||Brad Meier, '98 J.D., is a registered patent attorney who has spent most of his career in the law-firm environment, initially as an associate in a top intellectual-property boutique in its New York and Washington, D.C., offices, and subsequently as of counsel in the patent group of a leading global general practice firm in its Northern Virginia office. He recently relocated to the Midwest for family reasons and now runs his own practice.
Meier has handled complex multinational patent prosecution dockets for top global companies, generated non-infringement/invalidity opinions, supported litigation (e.g., pre-litigation analyses, Inter Partes Review), mentored summer and junior associates, lectured, and recruited. Representative technologies include fans, vacuums, hand dryers, mobile device software, touch sensitive user interfaces and displays, information security, cyber security, e-commerce, social networking, financial trading systems, navigation systems, web browsers, MFPs, optical pickup devices, LEDs, and medical devices.
He received a bachelor of science. in physics-engineering and computer science from Washington and Lee University, and completed a dual-degree program in engineering and law at the University of Notre Dame where he earned his J.D. and a master of engineering in computer science and engineering.
Although Meier attended law school directly out of college, he gained industry experience through college summer internships at Black & Decker, where he analyzed and tested power tools in their test shop, and Roadnet Technologies, a subsidiary of UPS, where he wrote a program to test networking aspects of an early generation of the Delivery Information Acquisition Device – the electronic clipboard UPS drivers use to capture information and signatures upon package delivery. In college, he worked as a UNIX system administrator for the engineering department.|| ||/assets/222509/fullsize/brad_meier_headshot.jpg||Adjunct Professor |
|Bruce||Huber||2143 Eck Hall of Lawemail@example.com||http://ssrn.com/author=558750||/assets/206812/fullsize/huber_cv_august_2016.pdf|
- Energy Law
- Environmental Law
- Natural Resources Law
- Political science
- Property Law
- Public land and resource management
- Renewable energy
- Water Law
|Professor Huber joined the Notre Dame law faculty in 2011 and was awarded tenure in 2017. After earning his undergraduate degree at Stanford University, Huber received his J.D. and a Ph.D. in Political Science at the University of California, Berkeley, where he earned several teaching awards. Before arriving at Notre Dame, he taught for several years in the Department of Government at Dartmouth College. He has also practiced law in Washington State and worked as a college minister for a large Presbyterian church.
Huber teaches and conducts research in the areas of environmental law, natural resources law, property, and energy law. His particular areas of expertise include energy regulation, public land and resource management, and the interaction between law and politics. His scholarship in these fields has been published in such journals as the California Law Review, the Harvard Environmental Law Review, and The Georgetown Law Journal.
Huber is a fellow of the Reilly Center for Science, Technology, and Values at Notre Dame and an editor of the journal Transnational Environmental Law. He has presented his work at numerous events and conferences around the world and has been quoted in the national media on matters related to his research. The 2017 graduating class also named Huber the Distinguished Professor of the Year.
|| ||/assets/164540/320x/huber_5_15.jpg||Law 60909, Property
Law 70329, Energy Law
Law 70350, Natural Resources Law
Law 70328, Water Law||Selected Publications
Environmental Law and Economics, (Klaus Mathis & Bruce Huber, eds.) (2017)
Checks, Balances, and Nuclear Waste, 48 Arizona State Law Journal 1169 (2016)
The Fair Market Value of Public Resources, 103 California Law Review 1515 (2015)
Demand Response and Market Power, 100 Iowa Law Review Bulletin 87 (2015)
The Durability of Private Claims to Public Property, 102 Georgetown Law Journal 991 (2014)
How Did RGGI Do It? Political Economy and Emissions Auctions, 39 Ecology Law Quarterly 59 (2013)
Transition Policy in Environmental Law, 35 Harvard Environmental Law Review 91 (2011)||Changes coming to West as wildlife refuge occupiers await trial -- USA Today, Dec. 13, 2016
Obama expresses support for native Americans in pipeline clash -- Christian Science Monitor, Nov. 3, 2016
Why insiders think the EPA got the best of the Clean Power Plan hearing last week -- UtilityDive, Oct. 5, 2016
Trial begins for Oregon standoff leader Ammon Bundy -- USA Today, Sept. 13, 2016
Obama rejects new Atlantic Ocean oil drilling -- USA Today, Mar. 15, 2016
Supreme shock: Has US court holed Paris climate deal? -- BBC News, Feb. 10, 2016
Supreme Court blocks Obama climate change rules -- CNN, Feb. 10, 2016
FERC Order 745 ruling a 'good omen' for Clean Power Plan -- Utility Dive, Feb. 4, 2016
Armed Oregon standoff continues despite arrests -- USA Today, Jan. 28, 2016
Environmentalists Celebrate Keystone XL Decision -- NPR, November 8, 2015
What The Keystone XL Pipeline Decision Actually Means -- NPR, November 7, 2015
President Obama Rejects Keystone XL Pipeline Proposal -- NBC News, November 6, 2015
EPA proposes new standards to cut methane emissions -- CNBC, August 18, 2015
Pipeline rupture a warning of spills to come? (Op-Ed) -- CNN, May 21, 2015
Louisiana race forcing votes on Keystone pipeline approval -- CNN, November 13, 2014
Ruling could cost BP added $18B; stock slumps - USA Today, September 4, 2014
Supreme Court limits greenhouse gas regulations - USA Today, June 23, 2014
New EPA Carbon Limits Further Natural Gas Boom at Expense of Coal - Washington Times, June 2, 2014
Obama EPA Issues Coal-Killing Rules To Cut Carbon Emissions 30 Percent - Forbes, June 2, 2014
ND Expert: New carbon emission rule targets existing plants, will result in lawsuits - Notre Dame News, June 2, 2014
Pollution Limits Drive Utility Costs Higher - Greenville Online, May 6, 2014
Supreme Court Revives EPA Rule on Air Pollution Across State Lines - Wall Street Journal, Apr. 29, 2014
The Cliven Bundy stand-off: Cowboys v Feds, A misguided insurrection revives an old debate about land in the West - The Economist, Apr. 26, 2014||Professor of Law Robert & Marion Short Scholar||Gloria Krull||BHUBER|
|Carmela||Kinslow||Carmela.R.Kinslow.firstname.lastname@example.org|| ||Carmela Kinslow joined the staff of the Notre Dame Law School Kresge Library faculty in 1990 as head of access services, and in 2000 was promoted to associate librarian. She earned her B.S., M.L.S. and M.S.A. degrees from Indiana University (Bloomington) and Notre Dame in 1987, 1989 and 1991, respectively. Her areas of interest include resource sharing, dissemination and storage of electronic information and administrative and management issues such as cross-training, staff development and supervising student assistants. She served on the Affirmative Action, Judicial Review, Diversity, Mentor, and Awards committees for the American Association of Law Libraries. She also served as chair of the 1990-1991 annual meeting of the Ohio Regional Association of Law Libraries and was a member of the Scholarship Committee of ORALL. She was a member of the American Association of Law Libraries and ORALL from 1985 to 2015. Carmela received librarian emeritus status June 30, 2015.|| ||/assets/71765/original/kinslow.jpg|| Articles
Kathy Farmann: An Inspiring Woman Remembered, Notre Dame Lawyer, Spring 2002.
Bridging the Gap: Electronic Document Delivery and Networked Information Source, Notre Dame Lawyer, Spring 1998.||Librarian Emeritus||CKINSLOW|
|Catherine||Cangany||219 O'Shaughnessy Hall|| || ||Concurrent Associate Professor of Law|
|Cathy||Kustner||3110 Eck Hall of Law||574.631.9301|| || ||JD Externship and LRAP Coordinator|| |
|Cathy||Roemer||1104 Eck Hall of Law||574.631.6241||574.631.3980||M.Catherine.Roemer.email@example.com|| || ||Assistant Dean for Law School Administration M. Catherine Roemer joined the Law School in 2001 as Director of Law School Administration. She became Assistant Dean in 2004.
Her responsibilities include the creation and supervision of the operating budget of the Law School, supervision and maintenance of the facilities of the Law School, and oversight of the employment policies of the University as they relate to Law School personnel.
Prior to joining the Law School, Dean Roemer was City Controller and Director of Administration and Finance for the City of South Bend, Indiana, from 1997 until 2001. In this capacity, she planned, directed, managed, and oversaw the administrative activities within the city. She was responsible for the creation and supervision of the $154 million annual budget which funded all services and business activities of the City.
From 1992 until 1996, Dean Roemer was the Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of the O’Brien Corporation, a national paint manufacturer/retailer. She was the Vice President and Controller of Norwest Bank Indiana in South Bend from 1983 until 1992 and a staff accountant for KPMG Peat Marwick Main & Company in Chicago, Illinois from 1980 until 1982.
Dean Roemer earned a B.A. in accounting from the Indiana University School of Business and is a C.P.A. in the State of Indiana.||/assets/73746/original/roemer.jpg||Assistant Dean for Law School Administration|| |
|Charles||Rice|| || |
- Constitutional Law
- Natural Law Theory
|Charles E. Rice was Professor Emeritus at the University of Notre Dame law School. His areas of specialization were constitutional law and jurisprudence. He taught “Morality and the Law” at Notre Dame.
Professor Rice was born in 1931, received the B.A. degree from the College of the Holy Cross, the J.D., from Boston College Law School and the LL.M. and J.S.D. from New York University. He served in the United States Marine Corps and was a Lt. Col. in the Marine Corps Reserve (Ret.). He practiced law in New York City and taught at New York University Law School and Fordham Law School before joining, in 1969, the faculty of law at Notre Dame. He served for eight years as State Vice-Chairman of the New York State Conservative Party.
From 1981 to 1993, Professor Rice was a member of the Education Appeal Board of the U.S. Department of Education. He has served as a consultant to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights and to various Congressional committees on constitutional issues and is an editor of the American Journal of Jurisprudence.
His continuing 13-part series, The Good Code: The Natural Law is available from the Eternal Word Television Network. Among his books are Freedom of Association; The Supreme Court and Public Prayer, The Vanishing Right to Live; Authority and Rebellion; Beyond Abortion: The Theory and Practice of the Secular State; No Exception: A Pro-Life Imperative; 50 Questions on the Natural Law; and The Winning Side: Questions on Living the Culture of Life. His latest books are Where Did I Come From? Where Am I Going? How Do I Get There?, (2nd ed.) co-authored with Dr. Theresa Farnan, and What Happened to Notre Dame?, both published by St. Augustine’s Press in 2009.
He was a faculty advisor and assistant coach of the Notre Dame Boxing Club.
Professor Rice passed away on February 25, 2015.|| ||/assets/71763/original/rice.jpg||LAW70843, Morality and the Law||Books
What Happened to Notre Dame? (St. Augustine's Press 2009).
Where Did I Come From? Where Am I Going? How Do I Get There? (St. Augustine's Press 2006), co-authored with Theresa Farnan (2nd ed., 2009).
The Winning Side: Questions on Living the Culture of Life (St. Brendan's Institute 1999), 2nd ed., (St. Augustine's Press 2009).
Fifty Questions on the Natural Law: What it Is and Why We Need It (Ignatius Press 1993).
No Exception, A Pro-Life Imperative (1990).
Beyond Abortion: The Theory and Practice of the Secular State (Franciscan Herald Press 1979).
Authority and Rebellion: The Case for Orthodoxy in the Catholic Church (Doubleday, 1971).
The Vanishing Right to Live: An Appeal for a Renewed Reverence for Life (Doubleday, 1969).
The Supreme Court and Public Prayer: (Fordham University Press 1964).
Freedom of Association (New York University Press 1962).
Professor Rice has written numerous articles on a variety of subjects, including:
Rights and the Need for Objective Moral Limits, 3 Ave Maria L. Rev. 259 (2005).
Contraception as a Mask of Personhood, Univ. of St. Thomas L.J. 713 (2003).
Abortion, Euthanasia and the Need to Build a New "Culture of Life," 12 Notre Dame Journal of Law, Ethics & Public Policy 497 (1998).
Edward J. Murphy: A Professor For All Seasons,with David T. Link, P.V. Neimeyer, C. Roth, R.E. Spiedel and T.D. Yannucci, 71 Notre Dame Law Review 557 (1996).
In Memoriam: The Honorable J. Daniel Mahoney, 72 Notre Dame Law Review 1219 (1996).
The Legality and Morality of Using Deadly Force to Protect Unborn Children from Abortionists, 5 Regent University Law Review 83 (1995).
Some Reasons for a Restoration of Natural Law Jurisprudence, 24 Wake Forest Law Review 539 (1989).
Issues Raised by the Abortion Rescue Movement, 23 Suffolk University Law Review 15 (1989).
Withdrawing Jurisdiction from Federal Courts, 7 Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy 13 (1984).
Congress and the Supreme Court Jurisdiction, 27 Villanova Law Review 959 (1982).
Conscientious Objection to Public Education: The Grievance and the Remedies, 1978 Brigham Young University Law Review 847.
Professor Rice has authored numerous briefs in the United States Supreme Court and other courts on constitutional issues.
*Professor Edward J. Murphy,* Notre Dame Lawyer 9 (1994-95).||Professor Emeritus of Law|| |
|Charles||Williams||2104 Eck Hall of Lawfirstname.lastname@example.org|| || ||Dean’s Executive Administrator|| |
|Chris ||Kozelichki|| 1156 Eck Hall of Lawemail@example.com|| || ||Chris Kozelichki joined the Notre Dame Law School as an Assistant Director for Career Development in January of 2017. Kozelichki received his undergraduate degree from Notre Dame in 2008 with a B.A. in History. After graduating from Notre Dame, he attended law school at Indiana University - Maurer School of Law in Bloomington where he received his J.D. in 2012.
After law school, Kozelichki worked as a Deputy Prosecuting Attorney for the Marion County and St. Joseph County Prosecutors' Offices. He spent the entirety of his career as a Deputy Prosecutor working on Special Victims cases including: domestic violence, child sex crimes, adult sex crimes, animal cruelty and human trafficking. Kozelichki is still active with groups that serve victims, such as the Family Justice Center, St. Joseph County CASA and the Domestic Violence Network.|
- Career Development Office