Levin College of Law

UF Law Welcomes New Faculty

UF Law is pleased to welcome several new faculty members to our community. Our new colleagues have exceptional records of scholarship and teaching, and they will strengthen our reputation for academic excellence.

Neil Buchanan

Professor of Law and James J. Freeland Eminent Scholar Chair in Taxation

J.D. University of Michigan Law School
Ph.D.  Monash University, Laws with Specializations in Public Administration and Taxation
Ph.D. and A.M. Harvard University, Economics
A.B. Vassar College, Economics

Clerk, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit, Judge Robert H. Henry

Recent Publications
Social Security is Fair to All Generations: Demystifying the Trust Fund, Solvency, and the Promise to Younger Americans, 27 CORNELL JOURNAL OF LAW & PUBLIC POLICY 237 (2017).

Don’t End or Audit the Fed: Central Bank Independence in an Age of Austerity, 102 CORNELL LAW REVIEW 1 (2016) (with Michael C. Dorf).

Professor Buchanan joins UF Law from George Washington University Law School. He was most recently the Herbert Smith Freehills Visiting Scholar at the Faculty of Law as well as the Distinguished Visiting Scholar at Christ’s College, both at Cambridge University in England. Professor Buchanan is an economist and a legal scholar, with interests including social justice, the rule of law, and government finance and taxation. He recently completed a speaking tour of twelve universities in the UK, Ireland, the Netherlands, and Sweden, discussing his forthcoming book, What Do We Owe Future Generations? He has also taught at NYU School of Law, the University of Michigan Economics Department, and the Harvard University Economics Department and Social Studies Program. He will teach Basic Income Taxation to J.D. students and Deferred Compensation to LL.M. students in Spring 2020.

Seth Katsuya Endo

Assistant Professor of Law

J.D. New York University School of Law
B.A. University of Chicago, Law, Letters and Society

Clerk, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit, Judge Rosemary Barkett
Clerk, U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California, Magistrate Judge Laurel Beeler
Clerk, Hawaii State Intermediate Court of Appeals, Associate Judge Alexa Fujise

Recent Publications
Contracting for Confidential Discovery, 53 UC DAVIS LAW REVIEW (forthcoming 2020).

Discovery Hydraulics, 52 UC DAVIS LAW REVIEW 1317 (2019).


Professor Endo joins UF Law from New York University School of Law, where he was both an Acting Assistant Professor of Lawyering and an Adjunct Professor of Clinical Law. Professor Endo’s primary scholarship and teaching interests include Civil Procedure, Election Law, Evidence, Federal Courts, and Professional Responsibility. Prior to his career in academia, Professor Endo served as a Legal Fellow for Demos, a public policy organization, where he focused on campaign finance issues. He also was an Associate at Cleary, Gottlieb, Steen & Hamilton LLP in New York City. Professor Endo will teach Civil Procedure in Fall 2019.

Andrew Hammond

Assistant Professor of Law

J.D. Yale Law School
M.Phil. University of Oxford, St. John’s College, Comparative Social Policy
A.B. University of Chicago, Political Science

Clerk, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit, Judge Diane P. Wood
Clerk, U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois, Judge Robert M. Dow

Recent Publications
Pleading Poverty in Federal Court, 128 YALE LAW JOURNAL 1478 (2019).

Welfare and Federalism’s Peril, 92 WASHINGTON LAW REVIEW 1721 (2017).

Professor Hammond joins UF Law from the University of Chicago, where he was both Lecturer in Law at the Law School and Senior Lecturer at the College. Professor Hammond’s primary scholarship and teaching interests include Administrative Law, Civil Procedure, Legislation, and Poverty Law. Prior to his career in academia, Professor Hammond clerked for two federal judges in Chicago and served first as a Skadden Fellow and then Of Counsel at the Sargent Shriver National Center on Poverty Law. He also received a master’s degree at Oxford University on a Rhodes Scholarship. Professor Hammond will teach Civil Procedure in Fall 2019.

Maryam Jamshidi

Assistant Professor of Law

J.D. University of Pennsylvania Law School
M.Sc. London School of Economics, Political Theory
A.B. Brown University, Political Science

Clerk, U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, Judge Gladys Kessler

Recent Publications
How the War on Terror is Transforming Private U.S. Law, 96 WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW 559 (2018).

Human Development & Public Engagement: Making Transitional Justice Work for the Arab Spring, 9 GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY JOURNAL OF DEMOCRACY & SOCIETY 20 (2012).


Professor Jamshidi joins UF Law from New York University School of Law, where she was an Acting Assistant Professor of Lawyering and an Affiliate Faculty member at the Hagop Kevorkian Center for Near Eastern Studies. Professor Jamshidi’s primary scholarship and teaching interests include National Security, Torts, Public International Law, Democratic Theory, Human Rights Law, the Law of Foreign Relations, and Civil Procedure. Prior to her career in academia, Professor Jamshidi was a Senior Litigation Associate at Miller & Chevailer in Washington, D.C., and a Litigation Associate at White & Case, LLP in Washington, D.C. Professor Jamshidi will teach National Security Law in Fall 2019.

Andrew Winden

Assistant Professor of Law

J.D. Harvard Law School
M.A.L.D. Fletcher School, Tufts University, International Law & Finance
B.A. Stanford University, International Relations

Clerk, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, Judge Eugene A. Wright

Recent Publications
Dual-Class Index Exclusion, 13 VIRGINIA LAW & BUSINESS REVIEW (forthcoming 2019) (with Andrew Baker).

Sunrise, Sunset: An Empirical and Theoretical Assessment of Dual-Class Stock Structures, 2018 COLUMBIA BUSINESS LAW REVIEW 852.

Professor Winden joins UF Law from Stanford Law School, where he was both a Fellow at the Rock Center for Corporate Governance and a Lecturer in Law. Professor Winden’s primary scholarship and teaching interests include Business Associations, International Business Transactions, Japanese Law, Mergers & Acquisitions, and Securities Regulations. Prior to his career in academia, Professor Winden had a long and varied career as an attorney. While he was a Corporate Partner at Morrison & Foerster LLP, in Tokyo & San Francisco, he founded the firm’s Tokyo Capital Markets Practice. He also served as an Associate at Sullivan & Cromwell in Washington, D.C., New York City, and Tokyo, and as an Honors Attorney with the U.S. Department of the Treasury. Professor Winden will teach Securities Regulation in Fall 2019.

Sarah Louise Bishop

Legal Skills Professor

J.D. Yale Law School
A.B. Harvard College, Classics

Clerk, U.S. District Court for the District of Hawaii, Judge Alan C. Key

Professor Bishop comes to UF Law from private practice, where she is an associate at Clarick Gueron Reisbaum LLP New York City. In her role at Clarick Gueron Reisbaum, Professor Bishop litigates cases in state and federal court related to art law, contract law, employment law, and intellectual property. She previously worked as a litigation associate with Bingham McCutchen LLP in San Francisco, specializing in securities and broker-dealer disputes. Professor Bishop will teach Copyright Law in Fall 2019.


Sarah Wolking

Legal Skills Professor
Director of Externships
Director, Prosecution Clinic

J.D. Boston University School of Law
A.B. Princeton University, Sociology

Professor Wolking, previously an Adjunct Professor at UF Law, has become a Legal Skills Professor and the Director of Externships. She also serves as Director of UF Law’s Prosecution Clinic. Professor Wolking led the prosecution team for Stanford Law School’s Trial Advocacy Workshop for many years. Prior to her career in academia, Professor Wolking worked as a Deputy District Attorney in Alameda County, California, and as an Assistant United States Attorney for the Northern District of California. Professor Wolking will teach Introduction to Criminal Practice in Fall 2019.

Anastacia M. Greene

Visiting Assistant Professor and Immigration Clinical Fellow

J.D. Washington & Lee University School of Law
A.B. Westminster College, English and Spanish

Recent Publications
Seen and Not Heard?: Children’s Objections under the Hague Convention on 

Professor Greene joins UF Law from the John Marshall Law School’s Pro Bono Clinic, where she served as the Supervising Attorney and taught seminars on foreclosure law, transgender law, and litigation practices. Professor Greene has focused her legal career in the public interest sector, having served as staff attorney for the Immigrant Justice Project, Charlotte, NC for seven years; staff attorney for the Legal Assistance Foundation, Chicago, IL; and Legal Services Program Director for Catholic Charities Legal Assistance, Chicago, IL. Professor Greene will assist in teaching the clinic course and conduct outreach to immigrants in 15 rural counties.


Published: June 14th, 2019

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