Neil S. Siegel, Institute Director
David W. Ichel Professor of Law and Professor of Political Science
Professor Siegel teaches in the areas of U.S. constitutional law, constitutional theory, and federal courts. His research interests include constitutional law, constitutional theory, law and politics, and the economic analysis of constitutional law.
William B. McGuire Professor of the Practice of Law
Professor Baxter focuses his teaching and scholarly research on the evolving regulatory environment for financial services and beyond. He also has published extensively in the areas of United States federal and state administrative law; domestic and global banking and regulation; and professional training and responsibility.
James E. Coleman, Jr.
John S. Bradway Professor of Law
Co-director, Wrongful Convictions Clinic
Co-director, Appellate Litigation Clinic
Professor Coleman teaches criminal law, legal ethics, negotiation and mediation, capital punishment, and wrongful convictions.
Maj. Gen. Charles J. Dunlap, Jr., USAF (Ret.)
Professor of the Practice of Law
Executive Director, Center on Law, Ethics and National Security
Professor Dunlap's teaching and scholarly writing focus on national security, international law, civil-military relations, cyberwar, and military justice.
Visiting Professor of the Practice
Sen. Ted Kaufman represented Delaware in the United States Senate from Jan. 16, 2009 to Nov. 15, 2010, after which he became chair of the Congressional Oversight Panel. Kaufman has taught at Duke Law School since 1991; he also has taught in the Fuqua School of Business, and the Sanford School of Public Policy.
Clinical Professor of Law
Director, Environmental Law and Policy Clinic
Professor Longest has served as the founding Director of the Environmental Law and Policy Clinic, a joint project of Duke Law School and the Nicholas School of the Environment.
Clinical Professor of Law
Professor Newman is co-director of the Wrongful Convictions Clinic, associate director of the Duke Law School Center for Criminal Justice and Professional Responsibility, and faculty adviser to the student-led Innocence Project.
Senior Lecturing Fellow
Peck is a principal of Peck, Madigan, Jones & Stewart, Inc., in Washington, D.C., where he heads the firm’s financial services and capital markets practice. His expertise includes the recently enacted Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, employee stock options and a range of other financial services issues.
Edgar P. and Elizabeth C. Bartlett Professor of Law
Professor Richman's research interests include the economics of contracting, new institutional economics, antitrust, and healthcare policy. He teaches contracts, antitrust, and health law, and he has guest taught classes at The Fuqua School of Business and the Sanford School of Public Policy.
Rick Robinson is a partner at Fulbright & Jaworski LLP. He is the partner-in-charge of the Health Law Practice in Fulbright & Jaworski's Washington, D.C. office. His cases cover all phases of trial and appellate practice in both criminal and civil cases, including qui tam and "whistle blower" lawsuits under the federal False Claims Act.
Charles S. Murphy Professor of Law and Public Policy Studies
Professor Schroeder, director of the Program in Public Law, recently served as assistant attorney general for the Office of Legal Policy (OLP) at the United States Department of Justice, a post he assumed in April 2010.