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            KATHERINE BREM                       Law School in Los Angeles. Prior to joining   Voices in Gender Paper Competition. Her
            Clinical Assistant Professor         Southwestern’s faculty, he was a Bigelow   scholarship has been cited in briefs before the
                       Katherine Brem returns to   Fellow and lecturer at the University of   U.S. Supreme Court. Currently, she serves
                       the Law Center after nine   Chicago Law School; an associate at the   as the reporter for the ABA Commission on
                       years in private practice.   Washington, D.C. office of Jenner & Block,   the Future of Legal Services. Her work on
                       Professor Brem first came   LLP; and a law clerk to Judge David S. Tatel of   entrepreneurship and innovation in legal
                       to the Law Center in the fall   the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit.   services has been recognized by numerous
            of 2000 as a clinical assistant professor of   Fagundes’ scholarship focuses on the norms   national awards and private grant funding.
            Legal Research and Writing and taught law-  and psychology of tangible and intangible   Before her academic career, Knake was an
            yering skills, and occasionally legal drafting,   property. His writing was cited by the U.S.   associate at Mayer, Brown in Chicago and
            for five years. Prior to coming to the Law   Supreme Court in Citizens United; has been   Hunton & Williams in Richmond, Va., where
            Center, Professor Brem spent six years with   selected for presentation via peer review   she specialized in commercial litigation,
            Baker Botts LLP as an associate in the trial   calls for papers at national and international   telecommunications and labor/employment
            department. Professor Brem graduated with   conferences and workshops; and appears   law. She teaches classes in professional
            honors from the University of Texas School   regularly in leading law reviews, including the   responsibility. She earned her J.D. from the
            of Law in 1994, where she served on the   Texas Law Review, Minnesota Law Review,   University of Chicago Law School in 1999.
            Texas Law Review. Her research and teach-  Vanderbilt Law Review and Northwestern   SARAH J. MORATH
            ing interests include the use of legal tech-  University Law Review. Fagundes teaches   Clinical Associate Professor
            nology in practice, procedural issues, and   courses in property, statutory interpretation,
            the introduction of the U.S. legal system to   the sub-prime mortgage crisis, and trusts and   Professor Morath came to
            non-U.S. lawyers.                    wills. He was inducted into Phi Beta Kappa      the Law Center from the
                                                 at Harvard College where he earned his A.B.     University of Akron School
            KATYA DOW ’92                        summa cum laude in 1996. He received his J.D.   of Law where she taught legal
            Professor of Practice, Legal Program Director, Juve-  cum laude in 2001 from Harvard Law School,   writing since 2010. Prior to
            nile and Capital Advocacy Project (JCAP)  where he served as articles editor   joining the Akron faculty, Morath clerked
                       Since creating a juvenile   of the Harvard Law Review.         for Chief Judge John A. Woodcock, Jr., of the
                       record sealing clinic at the   RENEE KNAKE                     U.S. District Court, District of Maine; Justice
                       Law Center in June 2015,   Professor of Law, Joanne and Larry Doherty Chair in   Andrew M. Mead, of the Maine Supreme
                       Dow and her students have   Legal Ethics                       Judicial Court; and justices of the Maine
                       sealed nearly 200 juvenile                                     Superior Judicial Court. Her research interests
                       records in Harris County.            Professor Knake joined the   include environmental and natural resources
            JCAP, which is funded primarily by private      Law Center faculty as the   law, food law policy and legal writing
            foundations, government grants and              Joanne and Larry Doherty   pedagogy. Her articles have appeared in the
            individuals, is in the process of developing    Chair in Legal Ethics. She   Oregon Law Review; Duke Environmental
            an adult records expungement program and        came to the Law Center from   Law and Policy Forum; and Natural
            a guardian ad litem program for dual status     Michigan State University   Resources Journal. She is a regular contributor
            youth. Dow earned a B.A. in psychology   College of Law where she served as the   to several legal writing publications and is an
            (with department honors) from the    Foster Swift Professor of Legal Ethics and   assistant editor for the Journal of the Legal
            University of Texas at Austin in 1988 and a   co-director of the Kelley Institute of Ethics   Writing Institute. She is the author of “From
            J.D. in 1992 from the University of Houston   and the Legal Profession. In 2015, she served   Farm to Fork: Perspectives on Sustainable
            Law Center, where she was an editor on   as scholar-in-residence at Stanford Law   Food Systems in the Twenty-First Century.”
            the Houston Journal of International Law.   School’s Center on the Legal Profession   Morath earned her J.D. from the University
            She previously practiced international   and as a visiting scholar at the American   of Montana School of Law in 2007 and
            commercial and insurance litigation in New   Bar Foundation. Her expertise and research   her M.E.S. in Environmental Studies from
            York and Houston.                    interests include the First Amendment and   Yale University, School of Forestry and
                                                 the regulation of attorney speech, legal   Environmental Studies, in 2000. She earned a
            DAVID FAGUNDES                       ethics, access to justice, and gender and the   B.A. in Geology in 1998 from Vassar College,
            Professor of Law, Assistant Dean for Faculty Development  legal profession. Knake is an author of the   where she was a member of Phi Beta Kappa.
                       Professor Fagundes was a   casebook, “Professional Responsibility: A   KENNETH R. SWIFT
                       familiar face around the Law   Contemporary Approach,” and numerous   Clinical Associate Professor
                       Center before officially joining   articles. One of her articles won the 2012
                       the faculty, having spent the   Professional Responsibility Section Paper   Professor Swift taught legal
                       previous two academic years   Competition for the Association of American   writing at Hamline University
            as a visiting professor from Southwestern   Law Schools (AALS) Annual Meeting;       School of Law for nearly 20
                                                 another paper won the 2012 AALS New             years. His experience includes

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