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We have a stellar faculty to equip you with the knowledge and skills to become the lawyer you want to be. An impressive group of new tenure stream faculty members also will be joining us in 2023 and 2024, including many who are nationally renowned and recruited from positions at other top universities.

Deepa Das Acevedo

Deepa Das Acevedo, Associate Professor of Law

  • Interdisciplinary scholar joining Emory Law from her previous faculty position at the University of Alabama School of Law
  • Her book, Beyond the Algorithm: Qualitative Insights for Gig Work Regulation, was published by Cambridge University Press in 2021
  • Expertise in Gig Economy, Employee Benefits, Employment Law, Law & Politics of India, Legal Anthropology
Ifeoma Ajunwa

Ifeoma Ajunwa, Acting Professor of Law

  • Interdisciplinary scholar of artificial intelligence, law and ethics, recruited from University of North Carolina School of Law, where she was the founding director of the AI Decision-Making Research (AI-DR) Program
  • Areas of expertise include AI and Employment Law and her new book, The Quantified Worker, was just published by Cambridge University Press
Andrew Jennings

Andrew Jennings, Associate Professor of Law

  • Formerly served as faculty member at Brooklyn Law School and as clerk to a judge on the US Court of Appeals (6th Cir.); practiced with two leading NYC law firms
  • Recently published in Duke Law Journal and the Yale Journal on Regulation, among others
  • Expertise in Corporate Law, Securities Law, and White Collar Crime
Kevin Quinn

Kevin Quinn, Acting Professor of Law

  • Recruited from University of Michigan to a joint appointment with Law and the Department of Quantitative Theory and Methods at the Emory College of Arts and Sciences; formerly served as Professor at Berkeley Law
  • Expertise in AI and the Law whose teaching and research focus on voting, judicial behavior, empirical legal studies, and statistical methodology
Lindsey Simon

Lindsey Simon, Associate Professor of Law

  • Previously the Robert Cotten Alston Associate Chair in Corporate Law at the University of Georgia School of Law; also practiced law with a major law firm and served as clerk to a judge on US Court of Appeals (11th Cir.)
  • Recent article on “Bankruptcy Grifters” published by Yale Law Journal
  • Teaching and scholarship relating to Bankruptcy, Secured Transactions, Bankruptcy Practice Seminar
Mark Storslee

Mark Storslee, Associate Professor

  • Previous teaching experience at Penn State Law and served as executive director of the Constitutional Law Center at Stanford
  • Clerked for a judge on US Court of Appeals (9th Cir) and Justice Neil Gorsuch on the US Supreme Court; practice experience with a major law firm
  • An award-winning teacher and expert on constitutional law, including First Amendment freedoms of religion and speech
Stacie Strong

Stacie Strong, Acting Professor of Law

  • Previous teaching experience at the University of Sydney, University of Missouri, and University of Oxford
  • Written over 130 award-winning books, articles, and other works and acted as an expert consultant to a variety of governmental, non-governmental, and intergovernmental organizations; qualified to practice in the US and England
  • Internationally renowned scholar and teacher in private international law, international arbitration, comparative law, and civil procedure
Alex Zhang

Alex Zhang, Assistant Professor of Law

  • Served as clerk for judges on the US Court of Appeals (2nd Cir., 9th Cir.)
  • Prize-winning articles on tax published by Cornell Law Review, Tax Notes, and other journals
  • Research and teaching focused on Tax Law and Policy, Administrative Law, and Legislation and the Regulatory State