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ChristopherKeefer1100 Eck Hall of Law574.631.6627ckeefer@nd.edu   Christopher ("Chris") Keefer practices with the firm of Sopko, Nussbaum, Inabnit & Kaczmarek in South Bend, and concentrates his practice in the area of civil litigation. Prof. Keefer has significant experience handling complex litigation matters in both tort and commercial settings. In particular, he has handled product liability, insurance coverage, medical malpractice and general insurance defense litigation, and commercial litigation matters ranging from contract disputes to non-compete issues to complex real estate transactions. He has tried jury and bench trials in several Indiana venues, and he has assisted clients in resolving disputes in mediations, arbitrations and judicial settlement conferences. Before returning to private practice, Prof. Keefer served as corporate counsel for a leading global medical device manufacturer, where he managed its product liability litigation and insurance programs and was also involved in many other company functions including regulatory and compliance matters, contract review and drafting in various settings, sales representative training, and record retention program development. Aside from his practice, Prof. Keefer enjoys writing children's poetry, having published "Lessons from Exile" through Finishing Line Press in Georgetown, Kentucky. /assets/113145/fullsize/keefer.jpgAssistant Adjunct ProfessorRebecca WardCKEEFER
ChristopherMartin2112 Eck Hall of Law574.631.1871    Adjunct Assistant ProfessorRebecca Ward 
ChristopherO'Byrne2309 Biolchini Hall574.631.5664574.631.6371cobyrne@nd.edu
  • Faculty
  • Library
  • Legal Research
Christopher S. O’Byrne joined the faculty of the Kresge Law Library as a research librarian in 2006. He earned his B.A. in Classics from Reed College, an M.A. in Teaching, Latin and Classical Humanities from the University of Massachusetts, a J.D. from the University of Washington, and he completed his M.L.I.S. with a Certificate in Law Librarianship from the University of Washington in 2006. Prior to arriving at Notre Dame, Chris completed a residency at Washington University in St. Louis as a Law Library Fellow. Chris has also worked in the Reference, Technical Services, and Circulation departments of the Seattle University Law Library and the Marian Gould Gallagher Law Library at the University of Washington. Chris is a member of three American Association of Law Libraries Special Interest Sections: Academic Law Libraries, Foreign Comparative and International Law, and Legal History and Rare Books. His professional interests include copyright, disability law, and Roman law. However, he is eager to work with Law School faculty and students in any area of legal, or non-legal, research. /assets/71767/original/obyrne.jpgLAW60703, Legal ResearchArticles Book Review, 14.3 LH&RB Newsl. 26 (2008) (Marcus Aurelius, "_The Meditations of the Emperor Marcus Aurelius Antonius_":http://www.aallnet.org/sis/lhrb/Lhrb-14-3.pdf#page=26 (James Moore & Michael Silverthorne eds., Francis Hutcheson & James Moor trans., Liberty Fund 2008) (1742)). "_Introducing Law Students to Nonlegal Databases,_":http://www.nd.edu/~ndlaw/faculty/obyrne/trends.pdf 17 Trends L. Libr. Mgmt. & Tech. 27 (2007). Law Library Newsletter Distraught Over These Departures or the End of Break?, 3.6 LAW LIB. NEWS 1 (March -€“ April 2012). ROC National Diners’ Guide 2012: A New Way to Decide Where to Eat Off Campus, 3.5 LAW LIB. NEWS 9 (Jan. -€“ Feb. 2012). Off the Shelf: Catching Up on Legal News with JURIST and U.S. Law Week, 3.5 LAW LIB. NEWS 9 (Jan. -€“ Feb. 2012). NDSurplus: File Cabinets, and Furniture, and Electronics! Oh My!, 3.5 LAW LIB. NEWS 9 (Jan. -€“ Feb. 2012). Did Wikipedia’s Blackout Leave You in the Dark?, 3.5 LAW LIB. NEWS 9 (Jan. -€“ Feb. 2012). Off the Shelf: Dodd-Frank Act Resources, 3.4 LAW LIB. NEWS 5 (Nov. -€“ Dec. 2011). Popular Magazines Now Available in the Reading Room!, 3.3 LAW LIB. NEWS 5 (Sept. -€“ Oct. 2011). Off the -Shelf- Shelves: A Review of Past Columns!, 3.1 LAW LIB. NEWS 5 (May -€“ June 2011). Summer Research Assistance!, 3.1 LAW LIB. NEWS 4 (May -€“ June 2011). It Came From -Outer Space- OLRC!, 2.6 LAW LIB. NEWS 8 (Mar. -€“ Apr. 2011). Judicial Trivia: Judge Richard A. Posner on the Bluebook, 2.6 LAW LIB. NEWS 7 (Mar. -€“ Apr. 2011). Don’t Have Time to Read Fr. Hesburgh’s Autobiography? See the DVD!, 2.5 LAW LIB. NEWS 8 (Jan. -€“ Feb. 2011). Don’t Have Time to Read The Nine? Check Out the Audiobook!, 2.4 LAW LIB. NEWS 6 (Nov. -€“ Dec. 2010). Finding Study Aids and Making Outlines, 2.4 LAW LIB. NEWS 4 (Nov. -€“ Dec. 2010). Planning on Practicing in New York?, 2.3 LAW LIB. NEWS 5 (Sept. -€“ Oct. 2010). Have Visitors or Would-be Visitors?, 2.3 LAW LIB. NEWS 8 (Sept. -€“ Oct. 2010). Is Fear of © Infringement Preventing You from Using Film Clips in Class?, 2.3 LAW LIB. NEWS 8 (Sept. -€“ Oct. 2010). (Heart)Breaking News: 19th ed. of Bluebook Now Available, 2.2 LAW LIB. NEWS 8 (July -€“ Aug. 2010). Research Assistant Resource Recap, 2.2 LAW LIB. NEWS 5 (July -€“ Aug. 2010). Off the Shelf: Top Clerkship Research Resources, 2.2 LAW LIB. NEWS 4 (July -€“ Aug. 2010). Off the Shelf: C-SPAN Video Library, 2.1 LAW LIB. NEWS 6 (May -€“ June 2010). Proximity Searching on HeinOnline, 1.6 LAW LIB. NEWS 3 (Mar. - Apr. 2010). Off the Shelf: Develop Awareness of Current Legal Issues with United States Law Week, 1.6 LAW LIB. NEWS 4 (Mar. -€“ Apr. 2010). From Google Scholar to Google SLOJ!, 1.5 LAW LIB. NEWS 3 (Jan. -€“ Feb. 2010). Off the Shelf: Catching up on Legal News with JURIST (and Other Resources)!, 1.5 LAW LIB. NEWS 4 (Jan. - Feb. 2010). Off the Shelf: Congressional Research Service (CRS) Reports, 1.4 LAW LIB. NEWS 5 (Nov. -€“ Dec. 2009). Off the Shelf: Encyclopedic Alternatives to Wikipedia, 1.3 LAW LIB. NEWS 4 (Sept. -€“ Oct. 2009). Movies Available for Free 3-Day Checkout!, 1.3 LAW LIB. NEWS 5 (Sept. -€“ Oct. 2009). Resources for Research Assistants, 1.2 LAW LIB. NEWS 4 (July - Aug. 2009). Off the Shelf: Supreme Court Nomination and Confirmation Resources, 1.2 LAW LIB. NEWS 7 (July -€“ Aug. 2009). Cost-Awareness, No-Cost, and Low-Cost Legal Research, 1.1 LAW LIB. NEWS 4 (May -€“ June 2009). Off the Shelf: Introducing LexisNexis Congressional, the Sure Cure for Microfiche Melancholia!, 1.1 LAW LIB. NEWS 7 (May -€“ June 2009).Research LibrarianCOBYRNE
ChristopherRadabaugh1188 Eck Hall of Law574.631.2403cradabau@nd.edu
  • Staff
  
  • Library Information Technology
AV Assistant 
ClintBrown1188 Eck Hall of Law574.631.1674cbrown11@nd.edu
  • Staff
  
  • Library Information Technology
Network Manager 
ColinReilly1100 Eck Hall of Law574.631.6627Colin.J.Reilly.76@nd.edu
  • Faculty
  • Adjunct
  Adjunct ProfessorRebecca WardCREILLY5
ConradKellenberg
  • Faculty
  • Emeriti
  • Environmental Law
Conrad L. Kellenberg has been a member of the faculty of the Notre Dame Law School since 1955, becoming a full professor in 1967, and serving as director of the Neighborhood Legal Services Program from 1965 through 1967. His teaching experience includes visiting professorships at the University of East Africa (1964-65) and the University of London (1968-70). He earned his A.B. from St. John’s University in 1949 and his J.D. from Columbia University in 1952; he also studied as a graduate fellow at Yale University (1958-59). Admitted to the New York Bar in 1952, Professor Kellenberg served as a legal officer in the U.S. Air Force and engaged in private law practice in New York City from 1953 to 1955. Professor Kellenberg taught in the areas of environmental, energy, minerals, water, agricultural, land-use, public-lands, and housing and community development law. He has been a member of the International Third World Legal Studies Association since 1965. Monographs The Establishment of a University-Sponsored Neighborhood Legal Office Program in a Medium-Sized City (1967). Discrimination in the Sale, Rental and Financing of Private Housing in South Bend and Mishawaka (1963). Professor Emeritus of LawRebecca Ward 
D.SpaldingAndrew1100 Eck Hall of Law574.631.6627574.631.4197D.A.Spalding.4@nd.edu
  • Faculty
  • Adjunct
  LAW70911, Law of Medical MalpracticeAdjunct ProfessorRebecca WardDSPALDIN
DanManier3315 Biolchini Hall574.631.3939manier@nd.edu
  • Staff
  
  • Library Information Technology
Director of Law School Technology 
DanielKellyB.3166 Eck Hall of Law574.631.7690574.631.0653daniel.kelly@nd.eduhttp://ssrn.com/author=496939http://www.nd.edu/~ndlaw/faculty/cv/kelly_cv.pdf
  • Faculty
  • Tenured and Tenure-Track
  • Law & Economics
  • Property Law
  • Trusts & Estates
Dan Kelly teaches and writes in the areas of property law and wills, trusts, and estates. He is a member of the American Law Institute and serves as an Associate Reporter for the Restatement (Fourth) of Property. Professor Kelly's research focuses on the economic analysis of property law, including the assembly of land for economic development, the divisibility of property among multiple parties, and the transfer of wealth at death. His research on eminent domain has appeared in the Cornell Law Review, Harvard Law Review Forum, Supreme Court Economic Review, and Research Handbook on the Economic Analysis of Property Law. He has presented two property articles at the Harvard/Stanford/Yale Junior Faculty Forum: “Strategic Spillovers,” published in Columbia Law Review, and “The Right to Include,” published in Emory Law Journal. In addition, he has written several articles on wills and trusts, including "Toward Economic Analysis of the Uniform Probate Code" and "Restricting Testamentary Freedom: Ex Ante Versus Ex Post Justifications". Professor Kelly is the co-director and co-founder (with Margaret Brinig) of the Notre Dame Law and Economics Program. Established in 2010, the Program features an interdisciplinary seminar and symposium in which students and faculty explore current research in the economic analysis of law. He also has served as a referee for the American Law and Economics Review, European Association of Law and Economics, Harvard Law Review, Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization, Journal of Legal Analysis, University of Chicago Law Review, University of Chicago Press, Yale Law Journal, and Yale University Press. Before joining the law school faculty, Kelly was a clerk on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, an attorney at Cravath, Swaine & Moore, and a research fellow at Yale and Harvard Law School. He is a graduate of Harvard Law School and the University of Notre Dame. /assets/71658/original/kellyd.jpgLAW60906, Property (Spring 2015, Spring 2014, Spring 2013, Spring 2011, Spring 2010) LAW70203, Remedies (Spring 2015) LAW70507, Trusts and Estates (Spring 2014, Spring 2012, Fall 2010) Trusts & Estates: US/UK Comparative Perspective (Fall 2011, in London) LAW73145, Law and Economics Seminar (Fall 2014, Fall 2013, Spring 2013, Spring 2012, Fall 2010) LAW73524, Property Theory Seminar (Fall 2009) Law and Economics Colloquium (Fall 2014)Articles “Anti-Opportunism Rules in Succession Law” (in progress) “How Real Estate Developers Assemble Land” (in progress) “Categorical Versus Ad Hoc Fiduciaries" (in progress) Economic Analysis of Fiduciary Law, in Research Handbook on Fiduciary Law (Andrew Gold & D. Gordon Smith, Edward Elgar Press 2016) (forthcoming). The Law and Economics of Trust Term Extension, 67 Florida Law Review Forum __ (2015) (forthcoming). Dividing Possessory Rights, in Law and Economics of Possession 175-206 (Yun-Chien Chang ed., Cambridge University Press 2015). The Right to Include, 63 EMORY L.J. 857-924 (2014). Restricting Testamentary Freedom: Ex Ante Versus Ex Post Justifications, 82 Fordham Law Review 1125 (2013). Toward Economic Analysis of the Uniform Probate Code, 45 U. Mich. J.L. Reform 855-98 (2012). Strategic Spillovers, 111 Columbia Law Review 1641 (2011). Acquiring Land Through Eminent Domain: Justifications, Limitations, and Alternatives, in Research Handbook on the Economic Analysis of Property Law (Kenneth Ayotte & Henry E. Smith, eds., Edward Elgar 2011). Pretextual Takings: Of Private Developers, Local Governments, and Impermissible Favoritism, 17 Supreme Court Economic Review 173 (2009). The Limitations of Majoritarian Land Assembly, 122 Harvard Law Review Forum 7 (2009). The '€˜Public Use'€™ Requirement in Eminent Domain Law: A Rationale Based on Secret Purchases and Private Influence, 92 Cornell Law Review 1 (2006).Professor Dan Kelly Elected to The American Law Institute - February 4, 2015 A Productive Partnership: Notre Dame’s new Law and Economics Program is much in demand – Notre Dame Lawyer (spring 2011), pg 12. Professor Brinig and Kelly Launch New Program in Law & Economics – September 15, 2010 NDLS Hosts Law & Economics Conference – October 01, 2009 Featured Faculty on NDLS Home Page: Daniel B. Kelly – September 21, 2009Professor of LawTracy ZielkeDKELLY4