1 Curriculum Vitae (August 2010) William D. Henderson Indiana University School of Law Work: S. Indiana Ave. Home: Bloomington, IN Mobile: Experience Indiana University Maurer School of Law Professor of Law, July 2009 to present Associate Professor, July 2003 to June Courses: Corporations; The Law Firm as a Business Organization; Securities Regulation; Business Planning; The Legal Profession (1L course). Service: Clinical and Lecturer Faculty (2009-present), Faculty Liaison, Entrepreneurship Law Clinic, Kelley School of Business ( ); Ad Hoc Committee on Professionalism ( ); Appointments Committee ( , ); Educational Policy Committee ( ); Faculty Organizer, JD/LLM Socctoberfest ( ) (event founder). Awards: Winner, 2006 Leon H. Wallace Teaching Award; Nominee, 2004 Gavel Teaching Award Center on the Global Legal Profession, Indiana University Maurer School of Law Director, July 2009 to present. Law Firms Working Group (joint initiative of American Bar Foundation and Indiana Law) Director, September 2006 to present. Law School Survey of Student Engagement (LSSSE), Indiana University Bloomington. Faculty Research Associate, August 2006 to present. Chicago-Kent College of Law, Illinois Institute of Technology. Visiting Associate Professor, academic year. Law Clerk to the Hon. Richard D. Cudahy, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit, term. Education University of Chicago Law School, J.D. with honors, Comment Editor & Staff Member, University of Chicago Law Review, volumes Winner of the D. Francis Bustin Prize for an excellent paper that makes a valuable and important contribution to the improvement and betterment of the processes of government. Case Western Reserve University, B.A. in History & Economics, magna cum laude, Winner of the George S. Traub Award for the best undergraduate paper on the past, present or future of the Northeast Ohio economy. Winner of H.W. Kniesner Prize for an outstanding economics major. London School of Economics & Political Science, junior year abroad.
2 Henderson c.v., page 2 Articles in Academic Journals An Empirical Analysis of Lateral Lawyer Trends from 2000 to 2007: The Emerging Equilibrium for Corporate Law Firms, 22 Geo. J. Leg. Ethics 1395 (2009) (with Leonard Bierman). Working Class Judges, 88 B.U. L. REV. 829 (2008) (co-authored with Christopher Zorn & Jason J. Czarnezki) (Reply essay to Scott Baker, Should We Pay Federal Circuit Judges More?, 88 B.U. L. REV. 63 (2008)). The Elastic Tournament: A Second Transformation of the Big Law Firm, 60 STAN. L. REV (2008) (co-authored with Marc Galanter). Measuring Outcomes: Post-Graduation Measures of Success in the U.S. News & World Report Law Schools Rankings, 83 IND. L. J. 1 (2008) (co-authored with Andrew Morriss). Young Associates in Trouble, 105 MICH. L. REV (2007) (book review essay and empirical study) (co-authored with David Zaring). An Empirical Study of Single-Tier versus Two-Tier Partnership Tracks in the Am Law 200, 84 N.C. L. REV (2006). Student Quality as Measured by LSAT Scores: Migration Patterns in the U.S. News Rankings Era, 81 IND. L. J. 163 (2006) (co-authored with Andrew Morriss). From Insull to Enron: Corporate (Re)Regulation After the Rise and Fall of Two Energy Icons, 26 ENERGY L. J. 35 (2005) (co-authored with the Hon. Richard D. Cudahy). The LSAT, Law School Exams, and Meritocracy: The Surprising and Undertheorized Role of Test-Taking Speed, 82 TEX. L. REV. 975 (2004). Clear Sailing Agreements: A Special Form of Collusion in Class Action Settlements, 77 TULANE L. REV. 813 (2003). Demography and Desegregation in the Cleveland Public Schools: Toward a Comprehensive Theory of Educational Failure and Success, 26 N.Y.U. REV. L. & SOC. CHANGE 457 (2002). Reconciling the Juridical Links Doctrine with the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and Article III, Comment, 67 U. CHI. L. REV (2000). Book Chapters Law Firm Strategies for Human Capital: Past, Present, Future, in Law Firms, Legal Culture, and Legal Practice (Austin Sarat, ed. 2010). Research Monographs Analysis of Law Schools and Legal Education in North Carolina (2008) (monograph commissioned by the John William Pope Center for Higher Education Policy).
3 Henderson c.v., page 3 Speed as a Variable on Law School Exams and the LSAT (LSAC, Research Rep , Feb. 2004) (monograph published by the Law School Admission Council). Working Papers Are We Selling Results or Résumés?: The Underexplored Linkage Between Human Resource Strategies and Firm-Specific Capital, Indiana Law Legal Studies Research Paper No. 105, online at The Changing Economic Geography of Large U.S. Law Firms, Indiana Law Legal Studies Research Paper No. (co-authored with Art Alderson, Indiana Sociology), online at Works in Progress What s in an Name: Understanding Big Law Firms by Reading the Shingle, (Law Firms Working Group Project with Marc Galanter, University of Wisconsin Law / London School of Economics). Race and Gender Difference in Large U.S. Law Firms: An Empirical Analysis by Geographic Market and Firm Attributes (Law Firms Working Group Project with Elizabeth Gorman, University of Virginia Sociology; and Laura Beny, University of Michigan School of Law). The Production, Consumption and Content of Legal Scholarship: A Longitudinal Analysis, grant funded research (Co-Principal Investigator, with Olufunmilayo Arewa, Northwestern; Kenneth Dau-Schmidt, Indiana; and Andrew Morriss, Illinois). Funded Research Co-Principal Investigator, The Production, Consumption and Content of Legal Scholarship: A Longitudinal Analysis, Law School Admissions Council (LSAC), Dec ($159,611) (served as lead contact; grant administered through Indiana University). Principal Investigator, Speed as a Variable on Law School Exams and the LSAT, Law School Admissions Council (LSAC), Dec ($67,000). Symposium and Conference Organizer FutureFirm 1.0, Indiana University Maurer School of Law, April 18-19, 2009 (with Anthony Kearns). The Globalization of the Legal Profession, Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies Symposium, April 6, The Next Generation of Law School Rankings, Indiana Law Journal Symposium, April 15, 2005 (with Jeff Stake and Paul Caron).
4 Henderson c.v., page 4 Academic and Scholarly Presentations Law Firm Business Models: Past, Present, Future, presented to The Profession and the Academy: Addressing Major Changes in Law Practice Conference, University of Maryland (Baltimore), Apr. 28, New Business Models for U.S. and Global Legal Education, Future Ed Conference on Legal Education, New York Law School (New York, NY), Apr. 9, Models of Practice: Past, Present, Future, Annual Meeting of the National Institute for Teaching Ethics and Professionalism (Cartersville, GA), Mar. 19, The Future of Legal Education, New York Law School (New York, NY), Jan. 28, The U.S. News Rankings Era: The Growing Gap between How We Educate and What Works, Association of American Law Schools, 2010 Annual Meeting (New Orleans), Jan. 10, The Future of Legal Education, Brigham Young University Law School, 2009 Faculty Retreat (Provo, UT), Dec. 15, The Old Model is Broken: Law Firms and Law Schools Adapting to the Future, to Business of Law course, University of Chicago Law School (Chicago, IL), Oct. 29, Legal Professions as a Four-Credit 1L Course, Southeastern Association of Law Schools (SEALS) 2009 Annual Meeting (Palm Beach, FL), Aug. 4, An Empirical Analysis of Lateral Lawyers Trends from 2000 to 2007: The Emerging Equilibrium for Corporate Law Firms, Law & Society Annual Meeting (Denver, CO), May 31, Input-Based Legal Education in an Output-Based World: Human Asset Development, AJD Conference, Harvard Law School (Cambridge, MA), May 2, Diversity in U.S. Law Firms, Building a Better Legal Profession, Stanford Law School (Palo Alto, CA), April 4, An Empirical Analysis of Lateral Lawyer Trends from 2000 to 2007: The Emerging Equilibrium for Corporate Law Firms, Conference on Empirical Research on the Legal Profession: Insights from Theory and Practice, Georgetown University Law Center, Mar. 3, Competing Methods of Assessing Law Schools, Association of American Law Schools, Committee on Research, 2009 Annual Meeting (San Diego, CA), Jan.9, A Preliminary Analysis of Race and Gender Differences in Corporate Law Firms, Association of American Law Schools, 2009 Annual Meeting (San Diego, CA), Jan. 7, Student Assessment, Association of American Law Schools, Committee on Curriculum, 2009 Annual Meeting (San Diego, CA), Jan. 7, 2009.
5 Henderson c.v., page 5 Resource Strategies and Firm-Specific Capital, Faculty Workshop, Boston University School of Law, Nov. 20, Where to Law Graduates Work?: A Historical and Contemporary Overview, Dwight D. Opperman Institute for Judicial Administration, New York University School of Law, Nov. 15, An Overview of Law Firms and Small Firm Economics, Indiana University Maurer School of Law, Oct. 30, Resource Strategies and Firm-Specific Capital, Faculty Workshop, University of Miami School of Law, Oct. 22, Resource Strategies and Firm-Specific Capital, Faculty Workshop, Southwestern University Law School, Oct. 20, Re-Examining the Cravath System of Human Capital, Law Firms Working Group Annual Meeting (Chicago, IL), Oct. 17, Resource Strategies and Firm-Specific Capital, Georgetown University Center on the Legal Profession, Sept. 23, Using LSSSE Data to Benchmark: A Preliminary Analysis, Northern Kentucky University, Salmon P. Chase College of Law, Sept. 22, Systemic Changes in the Legal Profession: Preliminary Thoughts for Law Schools, Law Students, and Law Firms, Northern Kentucky University, Salmon P. Chase College of Law, Sept. 22, The Changing Economic Geography of Large U.S. Law Firms, 2008 Conference on Empirical Legal Studies (Ithaca, NY), Sept. 12, Resource Strategies and Firm-Specific Capital, Faculty Workshop, Syracuse University College of Law, Sept. 9, Overview of Indiana s 1L 4-Credit Legal Professions Course, Legal Education at the Crossroads Conference, University of Washington School of Law (Seattle), Sept. 6, Resource Strategies and Firm-Specific Capital, 3rd Annual Big Ten Untenured Conference (Bloomington, IN), Aug. 3, The Part-Time Loophole and our Credibility as Lawyers and Educators, Southeastern Association of Law Schools (Palm Beach, FL), July 31, 2008.
6 Henderson c.v., page 6 Resource Strategies and Firm-Specific Capital, Law & Society Annual Meeting (Montreal), May 31, The Changing Economic Geography of Large U.S. Law Firms, Law & Society Annual Meeting (Montreal), May 29, Resource Strategies and Firm-Specific Capital, Conference on the Future of the Global Law Firm, Georgetown University Law Center (Washington, DC), Apr , Symposium on The American Legal Profession: Current Controversies, Future Challenges, Stanford (Palo Alto, CA), Mar. 14, Systemic Changes in the Legal Profession: Preliminary Thoughts for Law Schools, University of Colorado Law School (Boulder, CO), Mar. 6, Systemic Changes in the Legal Profession: Preliminary Thoughts for Law Schools, University of Denver College of Law (Denver, CO), Mar. 6, Harvard Law School, Legal Professions Seminar (Cambridge, MA), Feb. 28, Emory University Law School, Faculty Workshop series (Atlanta, GA), Feb. 27, Legal Education in North Carolina: A Report for Potential Students, Lawmakers, and the Public, The John William Pope Center for Higher Education Policy (Chapel Hill, NC), Feb. 26, University of Illinois College of Law, Law& Economics Working Shop (Champaign, IL), Feb. 14, 2008). Center for Law, Economics, and Organization, USC School of Law (Los Angeles, CA), Feb. 4, Benchmarking with LSSSE Data: A Preliminary Analysis, Indiana University School of Law, Series on Professionalism (Bloomington, IN), Jan. 15, Georgetown University Law& Economics Working Shop (Washington, DC), Dec. 5, Indiana University Law & Society Workshop (Bloomington, IN), Nov. 15, A Thought Experiment on the Organizational Value of Associates and Partners, Law Firms Working Group Forum with Strategic Partners, American Bar Foundation (Chicago, IL), Oct. 12, 2007.
7 Henderson c.v., page 7 Geographic Network Analysis of NLJ 250 & Am Law 200 Firms (with Arthur Alderson), Law Firms Working Group Forum with Strategic Partners, American Bar Foundation (Chicago, IL), Oct. 12, Race and Gender Differences in U.S. Corporate Law Firms: A Preliminary Analysis, Law Firms Working Group Forum with Strategic Partners, American Bar Foundation (Chicago, IL), Oct. 12, Statistics Primer [for Practicing Lawyers], Law Firms Working Group Forum with Strategic Partners, American Bar Foundation (Chicago, IL), Oct. 12, Inputs versus Outputs in the Accreditation Process: A Look at U.S. Law Schools, American Enterprise Institute Forum, Higher Education Accreditation: Evaluating the System and Possible Alternatives (Washington, DC), Sept. 21, 2007 Race and Gender Differences in U.S. Corporate Law Firms: A Preliminary Analysis, 2nd Annual Big Ten Untenured Conference (Bloomington, Indiana), Aug. 6, Empirical Legal Studies for the Non-PhD Law Professor, Southeastern Association of Law Schools Annual Meeting (Amelia Island, Florida), Aug. 3, Income and Satisfaction of Indiana Solo & Small Firm Lawyers, Law & Society Annual Conference (Berlin, Germany), July 28, Race and Gender Differences in U.S. Corporate Law Firms: A Preliminary Analysis, Law & Society Annual Conference (Berlin, Germany), July 26, LSSSE Data and Law School Outcomes: A Preliminary Research Agenda, Association of American Law Schools (Washington, D.C.), Jan. 5, Measuring Outcomes: Post-Graduation Measures of Success in the U.S. News Law School Rankings, Midwestern Law & Economics Association (Lawrence, KS), Oct. 20, The Changing Economic Geography of Large U.S. Law Firms, 1st Annual Big Ten Untenured Conference (Bloomington, IN), Aug. 1, An Empirical Analysis of the Promotion to Partnership Tournament in the Am Law 200, Law & Society Annual Conference (Baltimore, MD), July 8, The Changing Economic Geography of Large U.S. Law Firms, Law & Society Annual Conference (Baltimore, MD), July 8, An Empirical Study of Single-Tier versus Two-Tier Partnerships in the Am Law 200, American Law & Economics Association Annual Meeting (Berkeley, CA), May 5, An Empirical Study of Single-Tier versus Two-Tier Partnerships in the Am Law 200, presentation to the UCLA Law Faculty Workshop Series, (Los Angeles, CA), Jan. 30, Assessing the Bottom Line Benefits of Two-Tiered Partnership Structures, Audio Conference for the Institute of Management & Administration (IOMA), Jan. 26, 2006.
8 Henderson c.v., page 8 Single-Tier versus Two-Tier Partnership Tracks at Am Law 200 Law Firms: Evidence and Theory, presentation at symposium, Empirical Studies of the Legal Profession: What do We Know About Lawyers' Lives?, University of North Carolina School of Law (Chapel Hill, NC), Oct. 28, Single-Tier versus Two-Tier Partnership Tracks at Am Law 200 Law Firms: Evidence and Theory, Midwestern Law & Economics Association, Northwestern University School of Law (Chicago, IL), Oct. 14, The Role of Test-Taking Speed on the LSAT and Law School Exams, presentation at conference, The LSAT, U.S. News & World Report, and Minority Admissions, St. John s University School of Law (Queens, NY), Sept. 7, Single-Tier versus Two-Tier Partnership Tracks at Am Law 200 Law Firms: Evidence and Theory, Conglomerate Junior Scholar s Workshop (online forum focusing on business law topics), Aug , 2005, available online at Filling the Information Deficit: Law School Courses on Law Firms and Legal Careers, Roundtable Discussion, Law & Society Annual Conference (Las Vegas, NV), June 2, Effect of Single-Tier versus Two-Tier Partnership Tracks at Am Law 200 Law Firms: Evidence and Theory, Law & Society Annual Conference (Las Vegas, NV), June 2, Student Quality as Measured by LSAT Scores: Migration Patterns in the U.S. News Rankings Era, presentation at the Next Generation of Law School Rankings Symposium, Indiana University School of Law Bloomington (Bloomington, IN), April 15, Why Does the LSAT Predict So Well? presentation at the 2004 Law & Society Annual Conference (Chicago, IL), May 29, Speed as a Variable on Law School Exams and the LSAT, presentation of interim results, American Bar Foundation (Chicago, IL), April 9, Speed as a Variable on Law School Exams and the LSAT, presentation of project methodology to New Scholars Workshop, University of Chicago Law School (Chicago, IL), Nov. 4, Presentations to Private Industry and Professional Service Organizations Law Firm Business Models: Past, Present, Future, Westfield Insurance Defense Days (Westfield, OH), Aug. 17, 2010). Can We Create More Great Lawyers?, New York Professional Development Consortium, Sullivan & Cromwell (New York, NY), June 23, Models of Practice: Past, Present, Future, Hildebrandt 8 th Annual Practice Group Forum (New York, NY), June 2, 2010.
9 Henderson c.v., page 9 What the NALP Directory of Legal Employers Data Tell Us about Diversity in Law Firms, 2010 NALP Annual Education Conference (San Juan, PR), Apr. 29, The Future of Legal Education, Board of Advisors Retreat, Syracuse University College of Law (Naples, FL), Feb. 27, Law Firm Management & What Today s Law School Graduates Want, Defense Trial Counsel of Indiana, 16th Annual Conference and Meeting (Bloomington, IN), Nov. 20, The Old Model is Broken: Law Firms and Law Schools Adapting to the Future, Indianapolis Bar Association (Indianapolis, IN), Oct. 28, The Old Model is Broken: Law Firms and Law Schools Adapting to the Future, Presentation to Members of the Cincinnati Bar, Queen City Club (Cincinnati, OH), Oct. 21, Human Asset Development, Frost Brown Todd LLP Apprenticeship Program (Cincinnati, OH), Sept. 28, Competitive Advantage through Human Asset Development, Hildebrandt International Managing Partner Roundtable (Chicago, IL), May 12, Current Issues in Attorney-Client Privilege Protection and Erosion, Indiana Chapter of the Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC), May 6, Empirical Overview of Corporate Law Sector: Trends and Analysis, Hildebrandt International Managing Partner Roundtable, Strasburger & Price LLP (Dallas, TX), Apr. 23, The Changing Economics of Private Practice, National Association of Bar Executives, Mar. 11, Building an Institutional Strategy for the Placement of Law School Graduates, Board of Advisors Retreat, Syracuse University College of Law (Palm Beach, FL), Feb. 28, Law Schools, Law Firms, Paradigm Shifts, New Opportunities, Board of Advisors Retreat, Syracuse University College of Law (Palm Beach, FL), Feb. 27, Overview: Human Asset Development Project, Allen & Overy (New York City), Jan. 30, Old and New Models of Recruiting and Developing Legal Human Capital, Bose McKinney & Evans LLP (Indianapolis, IN), Dec. 1, Law Firm Human Capital: Changing the Model, Morgan Lewis & Brockius Annual Retreat (Scottsdale Arizona), Oct. 24, Are We Selling Results or Résumés? : The Underexplored Linkage Between Human Resource Strategies and Firm-Specific Capital, Ice Miller Partnership Retreat (French Lick, IN), Sept. 26, 2008.
10 Henderson c.v., page 10 Financial and Billing Survey of ISBA Lawyers, 6th Annual Indiana State Bar Association Solo and Small Firm Conference (Indianapolis), June 2, Recent Trends in the Am Law 200 Marketplace, presentation to Indiana Law Society, Offices of Ernst & Young (New York City, NY), Nov. 1, An Empirical Study of Single-Tier versus Two-Tier Partnerships in the Am Law 200, presentation to partners at Kirkland & Ellis (Los Angeles, CA), Jan. 31, Recent Trends and Patterns in the Am Law 200 Marketplace, presentation to Indiana Law Society, Office of Jones Day (Washington, D.C.), Nov. 4, Invited Discussant, Moderator, Panelist Invited Participant, Building Better Lawyers Conference, Southern California Innovation Project (Palo Alto, CA), May 15-16, Panelist, Emerging Trend: Legal Work & Process Redesign, Hildebrandt Institute 15 th Annual Law Firm Leaders Forum (San Francisco, CA), Mar. 4, First Questioner, Creative Destruction and Innovation, panel at Law Firm Evolution: Brave New World Or Business As Usual? Conference, Georgetown University Law Center (Washington, DC), Mar. 22, Panelist, Emerging Trend: New Recruiting Approaches For Changing Talent Models, Hildebrandt Institute 15 th Annual Law Firm Leaders Forum (San Francisco, CA), Mar. 4, Panelist, Hiring and Talent Management in the New Economy, University of California, Hasting College of Law (San Francisco), Dec. 16, Panelist, Evolution or Revolution? The Future of the Law Firm Business Model, law and general counsel audience, sponsored by Nexis-Lexis (New York, NY), Dec. 3, Invited Participant, Law Firm Researcher Roundtable, Georgetown Center on the Legal Profession (Washington, DC), Nov. 5, Invited Participant, ALI-ABA/ACLEA Critical Issues Summit, Equipping Our Lawyers: Law School Education, Continuing Legal Education, and Legal Practice in the 21 st Century (Scottsdale, AZ), Oct , Panelist, International Conference on Globalisation of Legal Education & Legal Profession, celebrating the inauguration of the Jindal Global Law School (Delhi, IN), Aug. 7, Invited Participant, Future of Lawyer Hiring, A NALP Roundtable on the Future of Lawyer Hiring, Development and Advancement, Arnold & Porter (Washington, DC), June 24, 2009.
11 Henderson c.v., page 11 Moderator, How Do We Distinguish Law From Politics?, Conference title: What s Law Got to Do with It?, Indiana University Maurer School of Law (Bloomington, IN), Mar. 27, Panelist, An Economic Perspective on the Practice of Law in Hard Times, ABA National Legal Malpractice Conference (San Francisco), Sept. 5, Discussant, Meeting of Taskforce for Assessment in Legal Education, convened by NYU School of Law and the Carnegie Center for the Advancement of Teaching (New York, NY), June 23-24, Moderator, Panel Discussion on The Future of Solo & Small Firms, Indiana State Bar Association 7th Annual Solo & Small Firm Conference (Fort Wayne, IN), June 7, Panelist, Innovations in the First-Year Curriculum, Conference hosted by American University, Washington College of Law (Washington, DC), March 21, Participant, Legal Education Study Project, Meeting hosted by the Carnegie Center for the Advancement of Teaching (Palo Alto, CA), Dec. 7-8, Articles in Legal and Popular Press The Class Of 2009: Recession Or Restructuring?, NALP BULLETIN, July Are Law Firms Really Ready for Project Management, BUSINESS REVIEW USA, July 2010, online at The Bursting of the Pedigree Bubble, NALP BULLETIN, July The New Math of Legal Education, THE YOUNG LAWYER, June 2008 (with Andrew Morriss). What Rankings Don t Say About Costly Choices, THE NATIONAL LAW JOURNAL, April 14, 2008 (with Andrew Morriss), online at Rank Economics: Law Schools Have No One to Blame but Themselves for the Power of U.S. News Rankings, THE AMERICAN LAWYER, June 2007 (with Andrew Morriss), online at Second Look at the Second City: Chicago Lawyers Changed a lot in 20 Years, LEGAL AFFAIRS, November 2005, book review of John Heinz et al., URBAN LAWYERS: THE NEW STRUCTURE OF THE BAR (2005), online at 2005/review_henderson_novdec05.msp. Legal Affairs Debate Club, Does Affirmative Action Hurt Black Law Students?, online debate with Richard Sander, Jan , 2005, online at
12 Henderson c.v., page 12 In the Zone: How Enterprise Zones Have Promoted Urban Sprawl, ECOCITY CLEVELAND, Dec. 1994, online at In Search of the Great American Shoe, NEWS HERALD (Cleveland) Commentary, March 6, A System That Runs on Wind, PLAIN DEALER (Cleveland) Forum, May 11, Academic Blogging Editor, Empirical Legal Studies Blog, Editor, Legal Professions Blog, Guest Blogging, PrawfsBlawg, Feb. 26 Mar. 11, 2006, Guest Blogging, Conglomerate: Business, Law, Economics, Society, Nov. 8-18, 2005, Professional Organizations American Law & Economics Association Midwestern Law & Economics Association Law & Society Association Indiana State Bar Association (ISBA) American Bar Association Member, ABA Section of Business Law Member, ABA Section on Legal Education and Admission to the Bar Member, ABA Section on Law Firm Management Other Professional Activities Editorial Board, JOURNAL OF LEGAL EDUCATION Ad Hoc Referee, LAW & SOCIETY REVIEW Ad Hoc Referee, JOURNAL OF LAW, ECONOMICS & ORGANIZATION Ad Hoc Referee, JURIMETRICS Ad Hoc Referee, 2008 Conference on Empirical Legal Studies Advisory Board, Law & Society Abstract Series, Social Science Research Network Advisory Board, Entrepreneurship Law Clinic, IU-Law & Kelley School of Business Advisory Board, Indiana University JD/MBA Program Judge (2008 to present), The Richard D. Cudahy Writing Competition on Regulatory and Administrative Law, Awarded through the American Constitution Society. Organizing Committee Member, ISBA Solo & Small Firms Conferences Bar Admissions Indiana, 2003 (active)
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