Cunningham, Citron, and Ramji-Nogales Join Concurring Opinions

I’m delighted to announce that Lawrence Cunningham, Danielle Citron, and Jaya Ramji-Nogales are joining Concurring Opinions as permabloggers.

Larry is a professor of law at George Washington University Law School. He joined the GW in 2007, having previously taught for 6 years at Boston College (where he served a 2-year term as Academic Dean) and for 8 years at Cardozo. Larry writes extensively in corporate and securities law, with a special emphasis on law and accounting and investor perspectives. He teaches courses in those fields as well as contracts. He has published a dozen books and 35 law review articles.

Danielle is an Associate Professor at the University of Maryland School of Law. Danielle writes in the areas of information privacy law, cyberspace law, civil procedure and administrative law, with an emphasis on the legal issues surrounding the government’s reliance on information technologies. Her current work focuses on the Internet’s implications for civil rights.

Jaya is an Assistant Professor of Law at Temple University’s Beasley School of Law, where she teaches Civil Procedure, Evidence, Refugee Law and Policy, and Transitional Justice. Jaya’s primary research interests concern procedural due process and the intersection of immigration and international human rights law. She has also been published in the area of transitional justice.

We’re very excited to have Larry, Danielle, and Jaya join our blogging team here at Concurring Opinions!

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5 Responses

  1. Dan Markel says:

    Wow, congratulations on growing the team with such excellent people!

  2. Danielle Citron says:

    Serious thanks for having me aboard! I am so looking forward to our extended conversations here. Danielle Citron

  3. David Zaring says:

    Enviable talent on this blog now. And you’re too big to fail!

  4. Hooray! Additional talented bloggers! Including two women!

  5. A.J. Sutter says:

    Good choices, and congratulations to the chosen.

    May I also suggest Sarah – Sarah – Sarah … Lawsky, please. I don’t think she’s too inexperienced for a permanent position (though you might ask about what she can see from her house).