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Scholars in Residence
Scholars-in-Residence are affiliates of the Law School who have achieved special prominence as a judge, lawyer, governmental official, or the like. A Scholar-in-Residence typically engages primarily in scholarly research and writing and communicates regularly with the Law Faculty concerning the Scholar's field to encourage students and faculty in their work in that or related fields. From time to time, a Scholar-in-Residence may teach a course in the Law School and conduct colloquia or symposia for faculty, students, the bar or members of the public on major issues of contemporary importance.