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Michigan Law Welcomes Assistant Professor Gabriel Rauterberg

Michigan Law Welcomes Assistant Professor Gabriel Rauterberg

Gabriel Rauterberg has joined the Michigan Law faculty as an assistant professor of law. He will teach Contracts and Enterprise Organization. His research areas include capital markets, corporations, contracts, and securities regulation, which he studies from a theoretical and empirical perspective.
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Health Innovation Expert Nicholson Price Joins Michigan Law Faculty

Health Innovation Expert Nicholson Price Joins Michigan Law Faculty

W. Nicholson Price II has joined Michigan Law as an assistant professor of law. Price, who will teach Patent Law and Health Law, writes about incentives and innovation in the life sciences, including the pharmaceutical industry and precision medicine. His research interests also include health law, patents, trade secrets, and regulation.
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Assistant Professor Maureen Carroll Joins Michigan L​aw Faculty

Assistant Professor Maureen Carroll Joins Michigan L​aw Faculty

Maureen Carroll has joined Michigan Law as an assistant professor of law. She came to the Law School from UCLA School of Law, where she was a visiting assistant professor and the Bernard A.​ and Lenore S. Greenberg Law Review Fellow. Her research focuses on civil procedure, civil rights litigation, and the dynamics of the legal profession.​
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