Faculty at the School of Law teach, conduct research and advocate on a wide range of global law issues. Similarly, administrative deans and directors of certain offices and programs have special expertise on global law co-ops, career, and program opportunities.

The list of faculty and administrator experts who can advise on course selection, co-op and post-graduate practice, includes:

  • Aziza Ahmed (International Human Rights Law, HIV, Reproductive Rights, International Health)
  • Brook Baker (South Africa, Global AIDS Pandemic, International Trade/Intellectual Property)
  • Lee Breckenridge (International Environment Law)
  • Margaret Burnham (Comparative Constitutional Law, International Human Rights, International Criminal Law)
  • Patrick Cassidy (LLM Program, Working & Studying Outside the US)
  • Dan Danielsen (International Law, International Business Law)
  • Martha Davis (International Human Rights norms in the US)
  • Richard Daynard (Tobacco Control, Obesity Control)
  • Rashmi Dyal-Chand (Law and Development, Microlending, India)
  • Karl Klare (Labor, Economic, Social and Cultural Rights)
  • Jootaek Lee (Juice) (Foreign, Comparative, International Law Research)
  • Quaime Lee (Foreign or International Co-ops and Professional Advancement) /li>
  • Hope Lewis (Public International Law, International Human Rights Law(including Economic, Social and Cultural Rights), Human Rights and Development)
  • Michael Meltsner (National Security Law, Comparitive Constitutional Law, International Business Transactions)
  • Susan Montgomery (International Intellectual Property Law, International Business Transactions)
  • Kevin Murray (Economic, Social  and Cultural Rights, Human Rights and Development)End
  • David Phillips (International Humanitarian Law)
  • Deborah Ramirez (National Security Law)
  • Sonia Elise Rolland (Public International Law, International Trade, Transnational Litigation, Development, International Environmental Law and Renewable Energy)
  • Lucy Williams (Welfare, Low-Wage Labor, Economic, Social and Cultural Rights)
  • Margaret Woo (Comparative Law, East Asian Law)