Hiring season over, world-class faculty grows by 10

With the pace of change in the legal profession accelerating daily, Michigan Law’s 10 newest faculty members are positioned to help the school continue training lawyers widely acclaimed as among the country’s most employable.

The new professors—who come from widely divergent backgrounds in private practice, the academy, and public service—will begin arriving in Ann Arbor next month and most will start teaching in the fall. They include:

That broad mix of experience is designed to keep Michigan Law alumni ranked near the top for their readiness to tackle the real world after law school. Proof of the school’s strength was published last year by Vault.com, which ranked Michigan Law grads, from the perspective of employers, second in the country for immediate employability.

"There’s no doubt this has been an extraordinarily challenging year for the economy in general and the legal profession in particular. But here at Michigan Law, we were also fortunate to have an extraordinarily strong hiring season," Caminker said. "For years to come, these ten new colleagues will help keep our students and graduates among the most competitive in the new employment landscape."