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Mizzou Law Announces Another Exciting Faculty Hire

Officials at the University of Missouri School of Law are excited to announce another exciting hire to bolster the Mizzou Law faculty this summer. Professor Alexander Gouzoules will join Mizzou Law as an associate professor of law. He will begin work in Hulston Hall on July 1. Professor Gouzoules arrives at Mizzou Law from Loyola University-New Orleans College of Law,…

Mizzou Law Veterans Clinic Names New Director

Officials at the University of Missouri School of Law are pleased to announce the hiring of Brent Filbert to join the faculty as the new director of the Mizzou Law Veterans Clinic and associate clinical professor. Professor Filbert rejoins Mizzou Law after spending several years as a supervising attorney within the MU Veterans Clinic. In recent years, Professor Filbert has…

Mizzou Law Names Andrea Boyack the New Floyd R. Gibson Endowed Professor

Officials at the University of Missouri School of Law are excited to announce a nationally recognized professor will be joining the Mizzou Law faculty this summer. Professor Andrea J. Boyack is joining the faculty as the new Floyd R. Gibson Endowed Professor of Law. She will begin work in Hulston Hall on July 1. Professor Andrea Boyack joins Mizzou Law…

Prof. Jayne Woods Joins Podcast to Talk ChatGPT

Jayne Woods, an associate teaching professor of law at Mizzou Law, joined the California Appellate Law Podcast this week to discuss how ChatGPT can be used to draft oral argument outlines. To listen, click…

Prof. Rigel Oliveri Speaks at Columbia Fair Housing Event

Rigel Oliveri, the Mizzou Law Isabelle Wade and Paul C. Lyda Professor of Law, will speak at the Columbia Housing Authority fair housing event titled “Creating & Preserving Affordable Housing in Existing Neighborhoods on April 13. Read more about the event…

Professor David Mitchell awarded the 2023 Kemper Award for Teaching Excellence

Latha Ramchand, University of Missouri provost and executive vice chancellor for academic affairs, and Steve Sowers, CEO Missouri Community Markets today awarded a 2023 William T. Kemper Fellowship for Teaching Excellence to S. David Mitchell. Mitchell is the Ruth L. Hulston Professor of Law and co-director of the Michael A. Middleton Center for Race, Citizenship and Justice. Interim Dean of…

Three Mizzou Law Alumnae Now on Faculty

The University of Missouri School of Law has a 150-year history of producing top-notch lawyers and legal professionals. We can now add top-notch teachers and scholars to the list of impressive accomplishments our alumni have achieved. Even more, several Mizzou Law alumni are now on faculty at Mizzou Law, sharing knowledge and paying forward to future students the great legal…

Mizzou Law Announces New Faculty Hire for Winter 2023

Officials at the University of Missouri School of Law are thrilled to announce the exciting new hire of Ryan Snyder to join the nationally renowned faculty scholars and teachers at Mizzou Law. Professor Snyder has joined the faculty at Mizzou Law this winter. “We are thrilled to welcome Professor Snyder to our faculty,” said Paul Litton, interim dean and R.B.…

Faculty Spotlight — Meet Haley Proctor

Some might find Columbia’s fall and winter weather to be a bit of an adjustment, but if you’ve lived in the Northeast before, you’d be familiar with cold, wet and windy weather. Haley Proctor joined Mizzou’s faculty this August as a joint faculty fellow at both Mizzou Law and the Kinder Institute for Constitutional Democracy and is settling in well.…

Faculty Fellow Haley Proctor Publishes Paper in Yale Law Journal Forum

After U.S. Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer’s retirement this summer, legal experts and analysts across the country have reflected on Breyer’s legacy of pragmatic and thoughtful leadership. Haley Proctor, a faculty fellow at Mizzou Law and the MU Kinder Institute for Constitutional Democracy, had the opportunity to collaborate with long-time mentor and retired federal circuit judge Thomas Griffith on an…