John Cook is a Legal Method and Communication Fellow at Elon University School of Law. He will be a visiting assistant professor at the University of North Dakota School of Law during the 2020-2021 academic year. He is a graduate of Yale University, Oxford University, and Duke University School of Law.
Patricia Grande Montana is a Professor of Legal Writing at St. John’s University School of Law. She has been teaching legal writing and other skills courses at St. John’s for 15 years and has written extensively on legal writing theory and pedagogy and professional skills instruction.
Suzanne Rowe has been a member of the national legal writing community for over 25 years. She is currently the James L. and Ilene R. Hershner Professor at the University of Oregon School of Law.
Amy H. Soled is an Assistant Clinical Professor of law at Rutgers Law School. She teaches legal analysis, writing, and research skills as well as advanced writing classes. Prior to joining the faculty at Rutgers Law School, she taught legal writing at Seton Hall Law School and served as the interim director of its writing program.
Nancy Soonpaa has been a law teacher and/or program director and/or associate dean for over 25 years and embraced every minute of it! She is a professor of law and the Dean Richard B. Amandes Senior Scholar in Legal Practice at Texas Tech University School of Law, where she teaches Legal Practice, Negotiation, Health Law, and Family Law.
Meredith Stange is the Director of the Legal Writing Program at Northern Illinois University College of Law. She teaches Legal Methods, Legal Writing, Writing for Practice, and Health Law. In her spare time, she is an avid Harry Potter fan and firmly believes that Neville and Luna fall in love and get married.
Deborah Gordon is an associate professor of law at the Drexel University Thomas R. Kline School of Law. She teaches legal methods, trusts & estates, and law & literature, and her scholarship explores the intersection of language, emotion, and gender in inheritance law.
Jeffrey D Jackson is a Professor of Law and Director of the Center for Excellence in Advocacy at Washburn University School of Law. He has a J.D. from Washburn and an LL.M. in Constitutional Law from Georgetown
David R. Cleveland is Dean and Professor of Law at Valparaiso University Law School.
Peter Nemerovski is a Clinical Associate Professor at the University of North Carolina School of Law. Prior to joining the UNC faculty, he taught legal writing at the University of Miami School of Law and practiced with large firms in Los Angeles and Miami.
Jennifer Will is an Assistant Professor of Legal Studies at Hamline University in St. Paul, Minnesota, where she has been teaching legal research and writing skills to undergraduates and graduate students since 2017.