Amy R. Mashburn
Ed Rood Eminent Scholar Chair of Trial Advocacy and Procedure
J.D., University of Florida (with high honors)
B.A., Eckerd College
Teaching and Scholarship
Civil Procedure, Professional Responsibility, Legal Ethics.
- University of Florida: Joined College of Law in 1990 as Assistant Professor. Named Associate Professor 1993, Professor, 1995.
- Private Practice: Dean Mead Egerton Bloodworth Capouano & Bozarth, Orlando, Fla. (1987-90)
- Professional Affiliations: The Florida Bar (Standing Committee on Professionalism and Professionalism Ethics Committee), American Bar Association.
- Analysis of a civil lawsuit from commencement through trial, including consideration of jurisdiction, venue, pleading, motions, discovery, and joinder of parties and of claims; right to trial by jury, selection and instruction of jury, respective roles of judge, jury, and lawyer; trial and post-trial motions; judgments.
- Analysis of the administrative process, with an emphasis on the activities of federal regulatory agencies. Topics include legislative delegations of authority to agencies, executive branch controls, rulemaking and adjudicatory procedures, due process rights, and the scope of judicial review of administrative decision making.
- “Citations, Justifications, and the Troubled State of Legal Scholarship: An Empirical Study,” 3 Tex. A&M L. Rev. 45 (2015) (with Jeff Harrison) [SSRN]
- “Making Civility Democratic,” 47 Hous. L. Rev. 1147 (2011) [bepress]
- “The Criminal Defense Lawyer’s Fiduciary Duty to Clients with Mental Disability,” 68 Fordham L. Rev. 1581 (2000) (w/ Christopher Slobogin). [bepress]
- “Pragmatic Professionalism: An Exercise in Applied Ethics,” 2 Hofstra J. Inst. for the Study of Legal Ethics 101 (1999).
- “The Three Faces of Eve: Difference, Dominance, and Beyond,” in Feminist Jurisprudence, Women and the Law: Critical Essays (Fred. B. Rothman Publications, 1999, Betty Taylor, Sharon Rush & Robert J. Munro eds.).