UF Law Professors Available to Discuss U.S. Supreme Court Vacancy
University of Florida Levin College of Law Professors Available to Discuss United States Supreme Court Vacancy.
January 30, 2017
Berta Esperanza Hernández-Truyol, Levin, Mabie and Levin Professor of Law, is an internationally recognized human rights scholar who utilizes an interdisciplinary and international framework to promote human well-being around the globe. Her current research includes an examination of the ongoing migration crises.
Phone: (352) 273-0928
Michael Allan Wolf, Richard E. Nelson Chair in Local Government, specializes in issues dealing with constitutional law, legal and constitutional history, and the Supreme Court. He authored the book, The Supreme Court and the Environment: The Reluctant Protector.
Phone: (352) 359-2497
Danaya Wright, Clarence J. TeSelle Endowed Professor, is experienced in the fields of affirmative action, feminist theory, constitutional law and property law. She is the author of several nationally recognized articles on regulatory takings law.
Phone: (352) 273-0946
Sharon Rush, Irving Cypen Professor of Law and Associate Dean for Faculty Development, teaches constitutional law and federal courts. She is an expert on separation of powers, federalism, children’s rights, equal protection, due process and race relations. She co-founded the UF Law Center for the Study of Race and Race Relations.
Phone: (352) 273-0948