Visit the Faculty Directory Page to view the biographies of current affiliated faculty members.
The Affiliated Faculty Program promotes mutually beneficial collaborations between UM law faculty and UM colleagues in other units to advance the joint academic mission of the Law School and other important schools and departments that make up the University. Faculty members from other members may be granted affiliated status if they make substantial and sustained contributions to the academic mission of the Law School. Examples of collaborative activities that contribute to the Law School’s mission include:
- Exchanging drafts of articles, book chapters, or books for comment and critique
- Co-authoring scholarship, working jointly on research projects, or collaborating on grant proposals
- Participating in the Law School’s speaking events or workshop program
- Jointly organizing scholarly activities–such as speakers, panels, symposia, or field research
- Team-teaching, guest lecturing, or advising students in conjunction with law faculty
- Inviting law faculty to speak at events or participate in workshops hosted by other units
Learn more about the Affiliated Faculty Program in the Affiliated Faculty Policy.