A Glimpse at Faculty Activities - Spring 2021
Our faculty excel at scholarship as well as teaching. Here are some recent examples of their publications and activities.
An Interview with the Author: David Langum Discusses The Joy of Scholarship
The Joy of Scholarship: Teaching Law and Writing History (published August 2020) is a memoir of research professor David J. Langum Sr.’s teaching and scholarship. In this interview, he discusses his eighth published book and the inspiration for it.
Intellectual Property: Opening Doors and Building New Opportunities for Students
Before joining the faculty in August 2020, associate professor Tim McFarlin knew the law school already had a strong foundation in teaching intellectual property (IP) and preparing students for careers in the field. Here he shares his ideas for creating more opportunities for students who wish to pursue IP careers.
Chinelo Diké-Minor Joins Cumberland School of Law Faculty
In January, Cumberland School of Law welcomed Chinelo Diké-Minor to its faculty. As an assistant professor, she teaches health law and a variety of criminal law courses.
A Tribute to Howard P. Walthall for Nearly 50 Years of Service
Beloved professor Howard P. Walthall retired following the end of the Spring 2021 semester.