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Michigan law school appoints new faculty The University of Michigan Law School has made five faculty appointments. Douglas Laycock is a remedies scholar who previously served as assistant dean for research at the University of Texas Law School. Jessica Litman’s work focuses on copyright and trademark law. She was an associate professor at Wayne State University School of Law. Margaret Jane Radin, a property scholar, will join Michigan faculty next year from Stanford University. Eve Brensike, a former clerk for the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, will teach courses in criminal law and procedure. Scott Hershovitz also will join the faculty next year following a clerkship with U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Tennessee law school dean moves to Colby-Sawyer University of Tennessee College of Law Dean Thomas Galligan Jr. on Aug. 1 will become the president of Colby-Sawyer College, a liberal arts college in New Hampshire. A professor of torts and admiralty law, Galligan has served a dean at Tennessee law school since 1998. He earned his L.L.M. from Columbia Law School and his juris doctor degree from University of Puget Sound School of Law, now Seattle University School of Law. Campbell law school appoints new dean Campbell University School of Law has appointed Melissa A. Essary as its new dean. She previously served on the faculty of Baylor Law School. She has taught courses on employment discrimination and torts. Her new position becomes effective July 1. Stetson University law school appoints new library director Rebecca Trammell is the new law library director at Stetson University College of Law. She previously served as law library director and assistant professor at University of Kentucky College of Law. She also was associate dean for information services and associate professor of law at Barry University School of Law. Charleston School of Law hosts visiting professors Charleston School of Law welcomes two visiting professors. J. Kirkland Grant, former dean of Delaware School of Law and a professor at Touro Law School, teaches business and commercial law. Gerald Finkel, founder of Finkel & Altman in South Carolina, teaches insurance law and trial advocacy. Law School Movers is compiled and written by Leigh Jones. Please send material to her at The National Law Journal, 105 Madison Ave., New York, N.Y. 10016, or [email protected].

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