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January 15, 2009

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Darby Dickerson

Stetson

Susan Rozelle from Capital
Judith Scully from West Virginia

texas_tiger

LSU

Raymond Diamond from Tulane (currently visiting for 2nd semester, but rumor has it that the move is permanent)

anon

Didn't the Fleischers just leave Colorado to go to Illinois?

anonymous

University of Texas
Ronald Mann back from Columbia

anon

Brian Tamanaha from St.John's to Washington University in St. Louis

Anon

Linda Edwards (Mercer) to UNLV

Anon

Amy Monahan from Missouri to Minnesota
Tom Gallanis from Minnesota to Iowa

Michael Cahill

Fred Bloom from St. Louis U to Brooklyn Law School

John Parry

Tung Yin from Iowa to Lewis & Clark.

Robert

Barton Beebe from Cardozo to NYU.

Robert

Jose Alvarez from Columbia to NYU.

The press releases for that and the move I mentioned above (Beebe) are below:

http://www.law.nyu.edu/news/ALVAREZ_FACULTY

http://www.law.nyu.edu/news/BEEBE_FACULTY

John

Raymond Diamond always splits his time between LSU and Tulane. I don't think his spending another semester there is a sign that it's permanent.

Robert

Ryan Goodman from Harvard to NYU.

http://www.law.nyu.edu/news/GOODMAN_NEW_FACULTY

Student

William & Mary hired Scott Dodson from Arkansas/Duke.

student

Hillary Sale from Iowa to Washington University in St Louis

Vladimir

It is a shame, isn't it, that Ethan Yale is going from Georgetown to... Virginia?

student

Mae Quinn from Tennessee to Washington University.

http://law.wustl.edu/news/index.asp?id=7141

Incoming 1L

Oona Hathaway from Berkeley to Yale

Robert

In support of the post above mine:

http://www.law.yale.edu/news/9399.htm

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