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Stephen W. Mazza
Dean and Professor of Law
202 Green Hall
Courses Taught:
  • Federal Income Taxation
  • Federal Tax Procedure
  • Professional Responsibility
  • Tax Policy


Associate Deans

Virginia Harper Ho
412 Green Hall

Courses Taught:

  • Business Organizations
  • Chinese Law
  • Corporate Finance
  • Seminar in Corporate Social Responsibility, Sustainability and the Law
  • Deals 
  • Due Diligence in Business Transactions
Elizabeth A. Kronk Warner
Professor of Law, Associate Dean, Academic Affairs, Director, Tribal Law & Government Center, Affiliated Professor, Indigenous Studies, Courtesy Faculty, Environmental Studies Program
406 Green Hall
Courses Taught:
  • Federal Indian Law
  • Native American Natural Resources
  • Property
  • Tribal Law
Crystal Mai
Associate Dean for Administration
205B Green Hall
Lumen Mulligan
Associate Dean, Faculty, Professor of Law , Earl B. Shurtz Research Professor, Director, Shook, Hardy & Bacon Center for Excellence in Advocacy
404 Green Hall
Courses Taught:
  • Civil Procedure
  • Expert Witness Skills Workshop
  • Federal Courts
  • Jurisdiction


Assistant Deans

Steven Freedman
Assistant Dean, Admissions
103 Green Hall
Arturo Thompson
Assistant Dean, Career Services
204A Green Hall

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