EXECUTIVE JURIS DOCTOR SM PROGRAM DISCLOSURE STATEMENT

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1 CONCORD LAW SCHOOL Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 1200, Los Angeles, CA Tel: (Toll Free) Fax: (Toll Free) Website: EXECUTIVE JURIS DOCTOR SM PROGRAM DISCLOSURE STATEMENT Concord School is authorized by the Bureau for Private Postsecondary and Vocational Education to operate as a degree-granting institution in the State of California. Concord is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of the Distance Education and Training Council (DETC). The DETC Accrediting Commission is listed by the U.S. Department of Education as a nationally recognized accrediting agency and is a recognized member of the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA). Additional information about Concord, its programs and faculty can be found at Concord s unique method of instruction utilizing the Internet without a fixed classroom facility places it in the correspondence school category under California law. Concord is not accredited by the State Bar of California or approved by the American Bar Association. The California Committee of Bar Examiners registers correspondence law schools, and study through such correspondence law schools completed in conformance with the Rules Regulating Admission to Practice in California ( California Rules ), will qualify graduates of the school s Juris Doctor program to take the California Bar Examination and for admission to practice in California. The Executive Juris Doctor (EJD) program does not meet the requirements of the California Rules, and graduates of this program will not be eligible to take the California Bar Examination. The EJD program is not designed to qualify students for a license to practice law. Credit earned at Concord may not transfer to another school. Founded in 1998, Concord School is part of the Kaplan Higher Education division of Kaplan, Inc., which has been in operation for more than 65 years. As of December 31, 2006, Concord School s total assets were $11,046,847 and total liabilities were $5,610,091. By signing below, I acknowledge my understanding that if I complete the Executive Juris Doctor SM program in good standing as prescribed by Concord, I will be awarded the Executive Juris Doctor SM degree. By signing below, I also acknowledge my understanding that Concord will not certify to the California Committee of Bar Examiners or any other bar admissions authority that its EJD program satisfies the legal education requirements that are generally accepted as necessary and sufficient to qualify an applicant to sit for the bar examination. Completion of any course(s) in the EJD program cannot be applied to the Juris Doctor program at any time. The undersigned student hereby acknowledges receipt of a copy of this Disclosure Statement pursuant to Article 4 Section 6061 and Rule XX of the Rules Regulating Admission to Practice in California on this date. (Month/Day/Year) Name of Student (Printed) Signature of Student v.jan Return Only Signature Page

2 Concord School FACULTY AND LECTURERS The faculty at Concord brings a wealth of knowledge - both theoretical and practical - to the online curriculum. Concord professors are committed to and adept at using the resources of the Internet to provide students with a first rate legal education. Carole Albright Linda Anderson Professor Albright s practice area focused on family law litigation in which she represented hundreds of clients in negotiations, mediations and trial. Prior to joining the School staff, she was chair of the paralegal department at Guilford Technical Community College where she supervised all full-time and adjunct professors, developed curriculum, including the first online courses for the department, and taught numerous legal courses, including family law, criminal law, wills & estates and criminal procedure. She also teaches Legal Research & Writing III at Wake Forest University School of. Education: B.A., Washington College; J.D., Wake Forest University. Courses: First Year Curriculum Contracts, Criminal, Torts; Civil Procedure State Bar Membership: North Carolina Professor Anderson was in private practice in New Hampshire before teaching in and directing the Legal and Paralegal Studies Program at Woodbury College in Vermont, where she also served as the Academic Dean. Professor Anderson then taught in the Legal Skills Program at Franklin Pierce Center for four years, including one year as the Acting Director of the Legal Skills Program. In addition to teaching at Concord, Professor Anderson is a Visiting Legal Skills at Stetson University College of in Gulfport, Florida. Education: B.A. College of the Holy Cross; J.D. Franklin Pierce Center State Bar Membership: New Hampshire (inactive) Laurie Aronovsky Professor Aronovsky traveled extensively and taught English in Japan before starting law school at New York University. She began her legal career in California, litigating a wide variety of commercial litigation matters while volunteering in a temporary restraining order clinic for battered women. More recently, she practiced in the area of disability rights, involving high impact class action litigation in state and federal courts. Education: A.B., University of California, Berkeley; J.D., New York University School of Course: Civil Procedure Robert Barrett Professor Barrett teaches Professional Responsibility at Concord. He teaches Business Organizations, Civil Procedure, and Professional Responsibility at the University of West Los Angeles School, where he also directs its Legal Aid Clinic, a walk-in store-front type program assisting people in a low-income neighborhood. In addition, he is a full-time and Business at the University of La Verne. He has been a member of the State Bar of California's Business Section Education Committee, he has been a frequent MCLE lecturer, and he is a former Chair of the California State Bar's Standing Committee on Professional Responsibility and Conduct. Education: B.A. summa cum laude Georgetown University; J.D./M.S.F.S Georgetown University Schools of and Foreign Service; Editor, Georgetown Journal Courses: Professional Responsibility v.jan Return Only Signature Page

3 Sara Berman- Barrett Sara Berman-Barrett became professor of law at the UWLA School of after practicing bankruptcy law in Century City. Her teaching at Concord School began in 2000 and courses include criminal procedure, criminal law, torts, contracts and community property. Prof. Berman-Barrett has also lectured extensively for BarPassers, West Bar Review, PLI and other bar reviews and is a nationally recognized expert on the performance test. Her publications include The Criminal Handbook: Know Your Rights, Survive the System, and Represent Yourself in Court: How to Prepare and Try a Winning Case (both published by Nolo.com). Education: B.A., University of California Santa Barbara; J.D., University of California Los Angeles. Courses: First Year Curriculum Contracts, Criminal, Tort; Criminal Procedure, Community Property, Remedies, Capstone Steven Bracci Associate Dean of First Year Programs & Dean Bracci is a well-known lecturer and has been teaching law since A graduate of Whittier College of, he has served as the Academic Director for law school divisions of a number of legal publishers. He is an expert in examination technique and has conducted writing and test-taking seminars nationwide. Education: B.A., University of California at Los Angeles; J.D., Whittier College of. Courses: First Year Curriculum Contracts, Criminal, Torts; Real Property, Remedies, Capstone Greg Brandes Dean of Faculty & Dean Brandes is a graduate of Loyola University of Chicago School of. He joined Concord as a professor in 1999 after nearly 15 years in corporate and solo practice and a successful career in business. He has over 20 years experience preparing law students and prospective law students for the bar exam and other admission and licensing examinations. He has lectured extensively on negotiation, management, and leadership skills, and contract, business, privacy, and employment law, in CLE and other forums. Among other written works, he has published Straight Talk on Workplace, a common sense guide to human resources compliance and risk management for small business. Dean Brandes was named Outstanding First Year Professor in 2003, receiving the 2003 Dean s Award for Excellence in Teaching. He was also recognized by the graduating class of 2003 with its Outstanding Faculty Award, and by a School Service Award in In addition to his State Bar membership, Dean Brandes is admitted to practice before the Supreme Court of the United States. Education: B.A. summa cum laude, Marycrest College; J.D., Loyola University of Chicago School. Courses: First Year Curriculum Contracts, Criminal, Torts, Criminal Procedure, Evidence State Bar Membership: Colorado, Illinois Carol Brodie In addition to teaching at Concord, Professor Brodie is employed by WellPoint, Inc. in the Office of Medical Policy and Technology Assessment. Education: B.S., Virginia Commonwealth University; M.S., University of Texas Health Sciences Center; J.D., Concord University School of. Courses: EJD Legal Writing & Analysis v.jan Return Only Signature Page

4 Jason Burk Stephen Burnett Associate Dean & Professor Burk has taught at Concord since After graduation from Drake, Professor Burk was in private practice for nine years in Nevada specializing in medical malpractice and insurance defense litigation. He is now practicing in Atlanta with a corporate firm. Education: B.A., University of Illinois; J.D., Drake University School. Courses: First Year Curriculum Contracts, Criminal, Torts State Bar Membership: Nevada, Georgia Dean Burnett joins Concord from Seattle University School of where he was a professor and associate dean. A nationally recognized expert in lawrelated technology applications, Dean Burnett has held several administrative positions in the field, including: vice president and general manager of business development, and general manager of the legal business unit of Pro2Net; Internet development consultant to Lexis Publishing; director of the legal education division of West Publishing Co.; president of Tailored Solutions; and director of the George Mason University School of library. Education: B.A., University of California Los Angeles; J.D. University of Connecticut School of ; M.S.L.S., Southern Connecticut State College. State Bar Membership: Virginia Scott Burnham Visiting John Ciroli Cassandra Colchagoff Associate Dean & Professor Burnham has taught at The University of Montana since 1981, and has been Visiting Faculty at many other law schools. He is teaching a Contracts Drafting course at Concord and is the author of The Contract Drafting Guidebook and Drafting and Analyzing Contracts. Professor Burnham is a member of the American Institute. Education: BA Williams College, JD New York University, LLM New York University Courses: Contracts Drafting State Bar Membership: Montana Professor Ciroli is an Assistant Public Defender in Pittsburgh. He is in the Appeals Unit of his Office and practices before all courts in Pennsylvania as well as the United States Supreme Court. In addition to his duties as an Assistant Public Defender, Professor Ciroli is the editor of The Defender. A newsletter produced for practitioners of criminal law in and around Pittsburgh. Prior to becoming an Assistant Public Defender, Professor Ciroli was in-house counsel for a technology company and practiced in the areas of immigration, employment, contracts, government and international law. Professor Ciroli has studied European Constitutional abroad at Trinity University in Dublin, Ireland and Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic. Education: B.A., Duquesne University; J.D., Capital University School of Courses: Criminal Procedure, Evidence State Bar Membership: Pennsylvania Dean Colchagoff is the Associate Dean responsible for administrative and academic affairs. Before coming to Concord she was in litigation practice in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Professor Colchagoff earned her J.D. degree with highest honors from the University of Tulsa College of, receiving The Order of the Curule Chair, TU s highest academic honor. She was Articles Editor on the Tulsa Journal and published Note, A New Era for Science and the : The Face of Scientific Evidence in Federal Courts After Daubert v. Merrill Dow. Pharm., 29 Tulsa L.J. 735 (1994). Professor Colchagoff teaches Civil Procedure at Concord School. Education: B.A., University of Toledo; J.D., University of Tulsa College of. Courses: Civil Procedure State Bar Membership: Oklahoma v.jan Return Only Signature Page

5 Barry Currier Dean & Barry Currier became the Dean of Concord School in June He brings to the position more than 30 years of experience in legal education and the legal profession that will help Concord School continue the growth in quality and reputation that was established by founding Dean Jack Goetz. Dean Currier earned his B.A. from U.C.L.A. in 1968 and his J.D. from the University of Southern California in He served as a law clerk in the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit in Thereafter, he practiced law at Latham & Watkins in Los Angeles, California. Dean Currier began his law teaching career at the University of Kentucky College of in He spent a year as a visiting faculty member at Duke School ( ) and a semester as a visiting faculty member at Monash University Faculty of in Melbourne, Australia (1985). From 1977 to 1996 he was a member of the faculty at the University of Florida College of. There he was Associate Dean ( ), Acting Director of the Graduate Tax Program ( ), ( ) and Associate ( ). From 1996 until 2000, Dean Currier served as Dean and Professor at Cumberland School of at Samford University in Birmingham, Alabama. His academic areas of interest are land finance, land use planning, real property, and income taxation. In 2000, Dean Currier became Deputy Consultant on Legal Education at the American Bar Association; located in Chicago, Illinois, the position he left to become the Dean at Concord. At the ABA, Dean Currier worked closely with the Consultant on Legal Education and the Council of the Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar, the recognized accrediting agency for J.D. programs in the United States, on the law school approval and review process. He worked with various committees of the Section, including the Accreditation Committee, Standards Review Committee, and Bar Admissions Committee, on matters and projects of significance for legal education and the legal profession in the United States. Dean Currier is a member of the Order of the Coif, the American Institute, and the Urban Land Institute. He is a Fellow of the American Bar Foundation. He has served on the Board of Directors of The Access Group, a company in the student loan business that is the major private lender to law students in the United States. Education: B.A., U.C.L.A., J.D. University of Southern California Marc S. Cwik In addition to teaching at Concord, Professor Cwik is a private attorney practicing general civil litigation, with an emphasis in personal injury, family law, construction law, medical malpractice and insurance defense. Professor Cwik has published several professional articles on family law and fatherhood, conducted a nationwide study on domestic violence and the response of clergy, and has testified before the Wisconsin Governor s Commission on Families and Children on current legal issues facing families and children. Representative Publications: Cwik, M. S. (1999). The agunah divorce problem in Jewish society: Exploring the possibility of an international law solution. Wisconsin International Journal, vol. 17(1), pp Cwik, M. S. (1996). The many effects of rape: The victim, her family, and suggestions for family therapy. Family Therapy, vol. 23(2), pp Cwik, M., Lambert, J., & Bogenschneider, K. (1995). Father involvement: Policies and programs. Report to the Governor's Commission on Families and Children. Madison, WI: Office of the Lieutenant Governor. Education: B.A., University of Wisconsin-Madison; M.S., University of Wisconsin-Madison; J.D., University of Wisconsin School. v.jan Return Only Signature Page

6 Courses: Civil Procedure, Medical Malpractice State Bar Membership: Nevada, Wisconsin Alana DeGarmo Assistant Dean of Students & Dean DeGarmo specializes in legal research and writing and was formerly a sole practitioner in California. She is a former officer in the U.S. Air Force and served as Editor-in-Chief of the Review at the University of La Verne College of, where she graduated cum laude. Education: B.A., California State University; J.D., University of La Verne College of Deena DeGenova Bridgette de Gyarfas Assistant Dean of Students & Education: J.D.,Pace University School of Courses: Criminal Procedure State Bar Membership: Florida In addition to her teaching at Concord, Dean de Gyarfas is a sole practitioner specializing in the practice of general litigation and bankruptcy law. She is a graduate of Southwestern University School of where she was the Managing Editor of the Review. Publications: License to Lose, Los Angeles yer (September 1997) Right of Publicity v. Fiction-Based Art: Which Deserves More Protection?, 15 Loyola of Los Angeles Entertainment Journal 381 (1995). Service Awards: June 2005, Concord Faculty Award February 2005, SBA Outstanding Teacher Award Education: B.S., Arizona State University; J.D., Southwestern University School of., District of Columbia James Dodge Professor Dodge serves in the Illinois Senate Minority Leader's Office as legal counsel to the Judiciary Committee. He has worked in various state legal offices including the Illinois Attorney General's office. Professor Dodge also is an instructor in paralegal and continuing education programs. Education: B.S., Arizona State University; J.D., Southwestern University School of. Courses: First Year Curriculum Contracts, Criminal, Torts; Real Property, Wills & Trusts State Bar Membership: Illinois Scott Eash Professor Eash is a senior staff research attorney at the U.S. Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit. He previously was a law clerk to the chief judge of the Louisiana Second Circuit Court of Appeal. He is a graduate of the University of Miami School of, where he was on the Business Journal and Yearbook of International. Professor Eash also received a Master of s in admiralty from Tulane University School where he was also a member of the Tulane Maritime Journal. v.jan Return Only Signature Page

7 Education: B.A., Rutgers University; M.S. in Psychology, Pacific Graduate School of Psychology, J.D., University of Miami School of ; LL.M, Tulane University School. Courses: First Year Curriculum Contracts, Criminal, Torts; Civil Procedure State Bar Membership: Massachusetts David Epstein Professor Epstein is Distinguished Adjunct and Research Specialist at New York School, where he has taught for over 15 years. As a solo practitioner, Professor Epstein has focused on commercial practice, intellectual property licensing, and appellate practice. He is the author of a four-volume treatise on intellectual property licensing and co-author of a text on New York Evidence. Education: B.A., New York University; J.D., Brooklyn School Michelle Falkoff State Bar Membership: New York Professor Falkoff also serves as Associate Director of the Writing Center at the University of Iowa College of and has taught legal writing as adjunct faculty at Iowa. Currently, she serves as full-time faculty in the new Legal Writing, Analysis, and Research program at the University of Iowa College of. Previously, she worked as an associate in the Intellectual Property Litigation group at Brobeck, Phleger, & Harrison, LLP. Education: B.A.,University of Pennsylvania; J.D., Columbia School; M.F.A., University of Iowa Writers Workshop Course: Legal Analysis & Writing Lynn Feldman In addition to his teaching at Concord, Professor Feldman maintains a solo practice in appellate law. He also is an adjunct professor of law at UWLA School of teaching Criminal, Criminal Procedure, Legal Research and Writing. Selected publications include: Alabama v. White: Further Erosion of Fourth Amendment Rights, 22 UWLA L. Rev. 255 (1991). Education: B.S., University of Kansas; J.D., University of West Los Angeles School of Courses: Criminal Procedure, Legal Research Kimberly A. Fogarty Professor Fogarty was a prosecutor in Massachusetts for seven years, handling a variety of crimes, from drug cases and child abuse to first degree murder. She also supervised and trained new attorneys in the office. In addition to her time at the District Attorney s office, Professor Fogarty has practiced criminal defense and taught a variety of law classes in both an undergraduate and graduate setting. After leaving litigation, she worked as a staff attorney for the Massachusetts District Attorney s Office. There she trained prosecutors on both a local and national level and wrote the first Massachusetts Prosecutors OUI Manual, which is a comprehensive guide on the prosecution of impaired driving cases. Education: B.A., Bentley College, J.D., Suffolk University School of Courses: Evidence State Bar Membership: Massachusetts v.jan Return Only Signature Page

8 Andrew Foster A member of both the state and federal bars of Florida, Professor Foster is an experienced trial attorney and litigator in the areas of civil and criminal law. As an Assistant State Attorney, Professor Foster served as Lead Prosecutor in numerous jury and non-jury trials. He is the recipient of various awards and distinctions in the areas of litigation and trial practice. Education: B.A., Eckerd College; J.D., Stetson University College of Courses: Civil Procedure State Bar Membership: Florida Joel W. Friedman Professor Friedman is the Jack M. Gordon Procedural & Jurisdiction Tulane law School where he also directs the Tulane-ITESM Ph.D. Program. He is the editor of Employment Discrimination Stories for West Publishing, as well as many casebooks, articles, and treatises in the areas of labor law, employment discrimination, and civil procedure Education: B.S., Cornell University, J.D., Yale University Courses: Employment Discrimination Joseph Gaughan Professor Gaughan has an extensive record as a district attorney and prosecutor. He has been the Lead Prosecutor in over fifty major felony trials. Professor Gaughan has been a speaker at many district attorney and trial lawyer conferences and has been an adjunct professor in legal education programs. For the past two years, he has been engaged in the private practice of law with the law firm of J. Christopher Amrhein specializing in civil and criminal trial practice. Education: B.S., Northeastern University; J.D., Suffolk University School of. Courses: First Year Curriculum Contracts, Criminal, Torts Criminal Procedure State Bar Membership: Massachusetts Craig Gold Associate Dean of Technology & Professor Gold is a graduate of the University of Arizona College of where he was the Managing Editor of the Arizona Journal of International and Comparative. Before joining Concord, he was the co-founder and CEO of a successful web development company. He is an expert in online learning having developed a number of Internet-based programs, particularly legal research and education programs, for practitioners and law students. His work has assisted thousands of law students and lawyers in passing the bar examination or meeting their continuing legal education requirements. Scott Hayward Education: B.S., Arizona State University; J.D., University of Arizona College of. Courses: Cyberlaw, Legal Research Professor Hayward is a graduate of Southwestern University School of where he was a member of the Board of Governors for the Moot Court Honors Program. As a member of this program, he earned awards for brief writing in competitions covering Administrative and Evidence. Since 1995, Professor Hayward has been a Deputy Attorney General for the State of California in the Appeals, Writs and Trials Section of the Criminal Division. In that capacity, in addition to handling numerous cases in the California Court of Appeal for the Second District, he has argued in front of the California Supreme Court and the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. Education: B.A. -- University of California at Riverside; J.D. -- Southwestern University School of v.jan Return Only Signature Page

9 Courses: First Year Curriculum Contracts, Criminal, Torts Constitutional, Criminal Procedure Linda Hiemer Director of Legal Analysis and Writing & Douglas Holden Eric Hull Robert Hull Assistant Dean of Academics & Shaun Jamison Assistant Director of Library Services & Professor Hiemer is a full-time faculty member with Concord. She teaches Legal Analysis and Writing. Prior to joining the faculty, Professor Hiemer was in private practice with a focus on business law including mergers and acquisitions, venture capital, securities and commercial litigation. Education: B.A; Lafayette College Phi Beta Kappa; J.D., Dickinson School of - Appellate Moot Court Board Member;, Science and Policy Award Recipient. State Bar Membership: Alaska, Idaho Professor Holden has taught at Concord since He also practices in the areas of business law, estate planning and real estate. Professor Holden has been responsible for faculty and curriculum development work at Concord and has extensive experience in online education. Education: B.S., Regis College; J.D., Pepperdine University School of. Courses: First Year Curriculum Contracts, Criminal, Torts Corporations, Advocacy State Bar Membership: Colorado Professor Hull began his legal career as a litigation associate for Swartz Campbell, LLC practicing in the areas of products liability, medical malpractice and insurance defense. In addition to teaching at Concord, he currently serves as a Senior Clerk in Florida s Fifth District Court of Appeal. While in law school, he served as the editor-in-chief of the law review, and coordinated a national symposium on civil rights. Education: B.A., Providence College; M.S. Nova Southeastern University; J.D. Barry University State Bar Membership: Florida Dean Hull writes extensively on legal topics, and his substantive law guides and practice materials have been used by law students and practitioners nationwide. He is a Cum Laude graduate of the University of San Diego School of and has taught for 20 years. His expertise includes curriculum development and writing testing materials. Education: B.A., San Diego State University; J.D., University of San Diego School of., Arizona, Missouri, Nevada Professor Jamison has worked for Thomson-West legal publishers primarily in its Westlaw division. He has also taught undergraduate legal courses in both face-to-face and online formats. Prior to joining West, Professor Jamison was a solo practitioner in the areas of family, criminal, real property and small business law. Professor Jamison is currently pursuing a PhD in Education. Education: B.S., National College; J.D., University of North Dakota. Courses: Real Property, Evidence, Legal Research State Bar Membership: Minnesota Scott Johnson Professor Johnson was formerly in private practice with a focus in education law, health law, employment law and constitutional law. He is an adjunct professor at Franklin Pierce Center and counsel in Claremont v. Governor, the case establishing that New Hampshire students have a v.jan Return Only Signature Page

10 constitutional right to an adequate education. He is also the founder of NHEd, LLC, and the Education Resource Center which provide training and information to parents, educators, attorneys, and other professionals involved in education. Prof. Johnson is a frequent presenter on legal and educational issues at various forums including continuing education programs, the Education Association s Annual Conference, and the Education Institute s Annual Conference. Publications: Focus on Equality Shifts to Adequacy as Brown v. Board Turns 50, Vol. 34 Your School and the Issue 34 (2004). New Hampshire Special Education Manual: A Guide for Parents, Educators, Advocates & Attorneys, NHEd, LLC (2003). Reexamining Rowley: A New Focus in Special Education, Vol 2 BYU Education and Journal 561 (2003). Bragdon v. Abbott: Analysis and Implications for People Living with HIV/AIDS and Other Disabilities, 40 New Hampshire Bar Journal 1 (1999). HB 117: The State's Plan to Fund Educational Adequacy is Too Little Too Late, Vol 2. Issue 3 New Hampshire Bulletin (June 1999). Suing Under the Americans With Disabilities Act or Seeking Disability Benefits: A Hobson's Choice for People With Disabilities. Vol. 6, No. 1 Journal of Individual Employment Rights 49 ( ). Opening Up Attorney Disciplinary Proceedings: Here comes the sun. It s all right? 37 New Hampshire Bar Journal 10 (1996). Education: B.A. University of North Carolina at Charlotte, J.D. Franklin Pierce Center Courses: First Year Curriculum Contracts, Criminal, Torts; Constitutional, Civil Procedure, Medical Products Liability State Bar Membership: New Hampshire Marc Jones Professor Jones lives in Indiana and is a solo practitioner specializing in criminal defense work. Previously he served in the active duty Air Force for 10 years in the JAG Corp, where he was a criminal litigator. Although most experience was as a criminal defense attorney, he served both as a prosecuting attorney and a defense attorney. He has worked at both the trial and appellate levels. Education: B.A. Northeastern Illinois University; J.D., Howard University; LL.M., George Washington University. Courses: First Year Curriculum Contracts, Criminal, Torts; Criminal Procedure, Evidence State Bar Membership: Illinois, Indiana Mark Kaufman Professor Kaufman has extensive experience with the criminal justice system both as a trial attorney and as teacher. As a graduate of the University of Maryland School of, he has worked at the trial and appellate level on a wide range of family, criminal and poverty/welfare law issues. He has taught at Villanova University School of, where he developed a cooperative clinical education program, and at Widener University in its criminal justice program. Education: B.A.; J.D., University of Maryland. Courses: Evidence, Constitutional, Criminal Procedure, Civil Procedure State Bar Membership: Pennsylvania, Maryland v.jan Return Only Signature Page

11 Rob Landry Edward Martin Visiting Jonathan McGovern Jerry A. Menikoff Dr. Landry holds a B.S. degree from the University of North Alabama and the J.D. degree, magna cum laude, from The University of Alabama, where he served as the lead articles editor on the Journal of the Legal Profession. Dr. Landry also holds a Master of Public Administration from Jacksonville State University and a Ph.D. in Public Administration and Public Policy from Auburn University. Following law school, he served as Clerk to the Honorable James S. Sledge, U.S. Bankruptcy Judge for the Northern District of Alabama and he then entered private practice. Since 1996, Dr. Landry has practiced primarily in the bankruptcy, commercial and business law. He currently serves as an Assistant U.S. Bankruptcy Administrator for the Northern District of Alabama and is an Adjunct Instructor in the College of Commerce and Business Administration at Jacksonville State University where he teaches courses covering business law, business ethics and real estate law. Dr. Landry has published numerous articles dealing with bankruptcy law, ethics and public policy in journals such as the Mississippi Journal, Mercer Review, Journal of Business and Economic Perspectives, Memphis Review, American Bankruptcy Institute Journal and the Journal of the Legal Profession. Education: B.S., University of North Alabama; J.D., University of Alabama School of. Courses: First Year Curriculum Contracts, Criminal, Torts; Real Property State Bar Membership: Alabama Professor Martin teaches Products Liability at Concord. He is a Professor at Cumberland School of, where he teaches Torts, Damages, Professional Responsibility, and several other courses in addition to Products Liability. A law professor since 1981, he is the author of Premises Liability and Practice (five volumes, Matthew Bender & Co., ); Personal Injury Damages (John Wiley & Sons, Inc. 1980); and several other works, including co-authorship of Torts: Cases, Problems and Exercises (LexisNexis 2d edition 2006). Professor Martin is a CALI Remedies Fellow, and has authored and taught a number of online courses at Cumberland, including Products Liability and the Endangered Species Act. Education: B.S. University of Tennessee ; J.D. University of Tennessee; Research editor and assistant editor, Tennessee Review Courses: Products Liability State Bar Membership: Tennessee Education: B.A. Saint Joseph s University; J.D. Widener University School of. Courses: Civil Procedure, Corporations State Bar Membership: Pennsylvania Professor Menikoff holds a joint law and public policy degree from Harvard University, and a medical degree from Washington University. He currently teaches law, ethics, and medicine at the University of Kansas Medical Center and School. He also taught at Harvard University s program in ethics and the professions, the University of Chicago School of, Hofstra University School of, and University of Akron School of. He researches and writes extensively on bioethics, ethical issues within the practice of medicine, ophthalmology, tax, and other health care areas. Education: A.B., Harvard College; J.D. and M.P.P., Harvard University and Kennedy School of Government; M.D., Washington University (St. Louis) School of Medicine. Courses: Health Care Policy State Bar Membership: New York v.jan Return Only Signature Page

12 Karin Mika Professor Mika has taught Legal Writing, Research and Advocacy at Cleveland-Marshall College of since She is the Advisor to the Moot Court program at Cleveland-Marshall, has published extensively in numerous fields, and lectures on bar exam preparation. She has worked as an Adjunct Composition at Cuyahoga Community College where she helped initiate the College s first Distance Learning Program. In addition to her teaching, Professor Mika works as a consultant with the firm of Buckingham, Doolittle & Burroughs. Her areas of specialty include appellate advocacy, labor and employment law, complex litigation, and insurance law. Education: B.A., Baldwin-Wallace College; J.D., Cleveland-Marshall College of State Bar Membership: Ohio Niki Mirtorabi Edward Monsour Steve H. Nickles Meredith Palmer Associate Director of Faculty Development & Michelle Phillips Assistant Dean of Students Professor Mirtorabi is a graduate of the University of Southern California School of where she was the Managing Editor of The Women's Journal. She has practiced in the litigation and employment law fields. In addition to her work with Concord, she is currently working in the corporate headquarters of an insurance firm where her focus is group insurance. Education: B.A. University of California, Los Angeles; J.D. University of Southern California School of Courses: Constitutional, Community Property Professor Monsour has extensive teaching experience in the taxation field. In addition to his Concord courses, he teaches in the Golden Gate University Masters of Taxation Program. Additionally, Professor Monsour teaches at the University of California, Irvine in its Graduate School of Management. He has also taught in taxation programs for accounting professionals. Education: B.A., M.B.A, Cleveland State University; CPA; J.D., Cleveland- Marshall College of Courses: Federal Taxation, Real Property, Constitutional State Bar Membership: Ohio Professor Nickles holds the C.C. Hope Chair in and Management at Wake Forest University School of. He has served as a member of Congress, and in the Office of the Governor of the State of Arkansas. He has numerous publications in the area of bankruptcy and debtor-creditor relations. Education: B.A., Arkansas; M.P.A., Arkansas; J.D., Arkansas; L.L.M, Columbia University; J.S.D, Columbia University Courses: Debtor-Creditor Professor Palmer is a full-time professor and a director of faculty development at Concord. Prior to joining the school, she served as legal editor for Lexis/Nexis. She has also worked as a staff attorney with the Thirteenth Judicial Circuit and as a litigator in private practice. Professor Palmer also taught Business and Family as an adjunct for Corinthian Colleges. Education: B.A., Berry College; J.D., Stetson University College of. Courses: First Year Curriculum Contracts, Criminal, Torts Intellectual Property State Bar Membership: Florida, Georgia Dean Phillips currently works for the federal government specializing in federal district court litigation. She focuses in the areas of Employment, Labor and Disability. Dean Phillips previously worked for the District of Columbia s Office of Bar Counsel. While in law school, Dean Phillips worked as a teacher s assistance for Legal Research and Writing courses, and was the editor of the Social Justice Review. Education: B.A., University of Louisville; J.D., Howard University School of State Bar Membership: Georgia v.jan Return Only Signature Page

13 Timothy Pleasant Professor Pleasant is in private practice concentrating primarily on criminal defense work. During law school, he was a Federal Judicial Intern for the U.S. District Court, Middle District of Florida. He also has taught history, ethics, and political science at undergraduate and graduate levels and was a commissioned officer in the U.S. Marine Corps. Education: B.A., Vanderbilt University; M.S.S.I., Defense Intelligence College, J.D., Stetson University College of. Courses: First Year Curriculum Contracts, Criminal, Torts; Criminal Procedure, Civil Procedure, Constitutional Eugene Quinn Sheree Rabe Assistant Dean of Students Melissa Racki Assistant Dean of Students Kathleen Reagan State Bar Membership: Colorado Professor Quinn is a patent attorney, and is president of IPWatchdog, Inc., a consulting and educational firm focused on intellectual property and antitrust issues. He has taught or lectured at Syracuse University College of, Temple University School of, The University of Toledo College of, Franklin Pierce Center, and Whittier School in addition to his work with Concord. He is a monthly columnist for Patent World, a patent law monthly magazine with worldwide distribution, and a periodic guest columnist for Copyright World, a sister publication to Patent World, and JURIST He is also a frequent lecturer on patent law for the Patent Bar exam. In addition to his State Bar membership, Professor Quinn is admitted to practice before the United States Patent Office and the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. Education: B.S.E.E., Rutgers University, J.D., Franklin Pierce Center; L.L.M. in Intellectual Property, Franklin Pierce Center. Courses: Patent Fundamentals, Patent Claim Drafting, Patent Litigation and Patent Application Drafting State Bar Membership: New Hampshire Dean Rabe has represented clients on development issues, employment law, and contracts. She worked as a Senior Assistant City Attorney for the city of Georgetown, Texas. Dean Rabe also has a variety of teaching experiences. She has published in the Entertainment & Sports Journal for the State Bar of Texas and in the American Journal of Criminal. Education: B.S., Texas Woman's University, magna cum laude; Texas Woman's University, 27 credits toward a masters in Corporate Training; J.D., University of Texas School of, semi-finalist Moot Court. State Bar Membership: Texas Dean Racki has practiced as a plaintiff s attorney, representing clients with Social Security Disability, ERISA, personal injury, and workers compensation claims. She specialized in Social Security and ERISA administrative hearings and appeals, and assisted in the preparation of the ERISA course outline and materials taught at Stetson University College of. She also worked as a Social Security law clerk for the U.S. District Court, Middle District of Florida, drafting orders, and Reports and Recommendations for eight U.S. Magistrates. Education: B.A., University of Maryland European Division; J.D., Stetson University College of State Bar Membership: Florida Dean Reagan was an assistant district attorney for eight years. During that time she prosecuted criminal cases, trained and supervised attorneys, and was chief of family protection unit. In addition to her Concord responsibilities, Dean Reagan is associated on part-time basis with a small law firm engaged in the general practice of law in Braintree, Massachusetts. Education: B.A., University of Virginia; J.D., Tulane School. Courses: Legal Research, Evidence & Criminal Procedure State Bar Membership: Massachusetts v.jan Return Only Signature Page

14 Roberta S. Robinson Diane Schussel Robert Schwartz Bonnie Severy Professor Robinson taught legal research and writing at fixed facilities law schools for several years. She has served as the Coordinator of the yering Skills program at the University of San Diego School of. Before she began teaching, she was a civil litigation attorney in California. Education: B.A., State University of New York at Albany; J.D., University of Michigan School of Professor Schussel has worked in the area of affordable housing in Chicago and the Southeast. In addition to teaching legal writing, she taught art history at the undergraduate level prior to joining Concord. Education: B.B.A., University of Georgia-Athens; J.D., Emory University School of ; M.A., University of Alabama-Birmingham Courses: First Year Curriculum Contracts, Criminal, Torts State Bar Membership: Georgia, Illinois Professor Schwartz has been on the faculty at the University of New Mexico since Professor Schwartz is a nationally recognized scholar in the area of Bioethics which he teaches at Concord. He is one of five authors of "Health : Cases, Materials and Problems," the first textbook that treated Health as a subject when it was first published in 1987 and the leading Health textbook in the United States. Education: B.A., Stanford; J.D., Harvard School Courses: Bioethics State Bar Membership: New Mexico, New York Professor Severy was a semiconductor engineering manager for 10 years prior to attending law school. Upon admission to the California Bar, she practiced M&A and securities law before joining an intellectual property law firm where she prosecuted patents for over 5 years. She has been a professor in the online MBA program at California State University, Dominguez Hills since 1998 and was a visiting professor of business law for two summers in 2000 and 2001 at Concordia Audentes Ülikool, a university in Tallinn, Estonia. She has drafted numerous patents applications for electronic devices, software, and medical/surgical devices. Education: B.S., University of California Santa Barbara; MBA, Oregon State University; J.D. University of Oregon Courses: Intellectual Property Christine Seymour law Professor Seymour maintains, in addition to her work with Concord, an active practice in the areas of real estate, wills and estates, municipal law, school law and civil litigation concerning construction contracts negotiations, construction liability, consumer law, employment discrimination, civil rights, premises liability, professional liability, products liability, and personal injury. Professor Seymour has represented national department stores, school districts, municipalities and other local government agencies in litigation involving civil rights defense, employment discrimination, personal injury and premises liability. She has tried more than sixty cases to verdict in both first and second chair capacity and served as solicitor to municipalities, school districts and municipal authorities. Education: B.A. cum laude, Washington & Jefferson College; J.D. Duquesne University School of. Courses: Real Property State Bar Membership: Pennsylvania v.jan Return Only Signature Page

15 Stacey Sharp Assistant Dean of Students and Director of EJD Student Affairs Martha Siegel Associate Dean, Dean of Students, Director of Academic Support & Donna Skibbe Director of Development Angela Slater Dean Sharp is a graduate of Thomas Jefferson School of. In addition to her work in private practice, she has many years of experience assisting law students in developing legal analysis and writing skills. Education: B.A., University of Southern California; J.D., Thomas Jefferson School of. Dean Siegel received her doctorate in education from Harvard University and is a graduate of Harvard School. She has an extensive background in developing legal writing curriculum including as the former Director of the Writing Assistance and Academic Support Program and the Legal Practice Skills Program at Suffolk University School. Dean Siegel is the former director of the legal writing and current director of the academic support programs at Concord. Education: B.A., University of Wisconsin; M.A.T. and Ed.D., Harvard University; J.D., Harvard School. State Bar Membership: Massachusetts Ms. Skibbe has extensive experience in developing legal education programs including in operations, marketing and student services. Education: B.A., University of Wisconsin Professor Slater obtained her Juris Doctorate from New York University School of, where she received two American Jurisprudence Awards. She has been actively practicing law for nearly 20 years. She has devoted her private practice to litigation, with an emphasis on complex scientific pharmaceutical, medical device, and toxic tort litigation. She has significant experience in Food and Drug administration (FDA) related litigation issues. Professor Slater has been a litigation director for a number of law firms. She is a past Chair of the New Jersey State Bar Association Products Liability and Toxic Tort Section, and has been an active speaker at various New Jersey Bar continuing legal education programs. She also is an elected member of the International Association of Defense Counsel, and has been active through the years in various ABA committees. Professor Slater has lectured nationally on topics related to complex product liability actions including FDA issues, admissibility of expert scientific and medical testimony, and preemption. She has represented major pharmaceutical and medical device manufacturers in state and federal actions, both locally and nationally. Education: B.A., Montclair State University; J.D., New York University School of. Courses: First Year Curriculum Contracts, Criminal, Torts. Civil Procedure State Bar Membership: New Jersey, District of Columbia David H. Spratt Professor Spratt received his B.A. degree in government and psychology from the College of William and Mary, and graduated summa cum laude from American University Washington College of. Professor Spratt also teaches Legal Research, Writing and Advocacy at the George Washington University School and previously taught Legal Methods at the Washington College of. Professor Spratt practices domestic relations law as a founding partner of Schwartz & Spratt, PLC, and is an active participate in local, state and national bar associations and organizations. Education: B.A., College of William and Mary; J.D., American University Washington College of Courses: Legal Writing & Analysis State Bar Membership: Virginia, District of Columbia v.jan Return Only Signature Page

16 John Stockton Andrew Tallmer Associate Dean of Faculty & Professor Stockton has extensive experience in transactional work primarily in corporate finance, leasing and project finance, and commercial real estate. He was senior vice-president and general counsel for a commercial finance corporation and is currently in private practice. Education: A.B., Princeton University, J.D., Columbia University School of. Courses: Corporations State Bar Membership: New York, Connecticut Professor Tallmer has been involved in the public policy arena for much of his career including teaching and development of legal training for public safety agencies at the North Carolina Justice Academy. He as worked as Assistant Deputy Director at the New York City Mayor s Office of Operations. He is also an experienced trial attorney having worked as an Assistant District Attorney in Nassau County, New York. Professor Tallmer has also worked as an attorney for the New York City Police Department. He has taught various lawrelated courses at undergraduate institutions. Education: B.A., Union College of Union University; J.D., Albany School. Courses: First Year Curriculum Contracts, Criminal, Torts State Bar Membership: North Carolina, New York Kiyoko Tatsui Assoc. Dean of the EJD Program, Degree Program Coordinator & Jeffrey Van Detta Prior to joining Concord, Dean Tatsui spent several years with the State Bar of California managing the Office of Client Relations and the Client Security Fund. Dean Tatsui has done numerous CLE programs, both during her tenure at the State Bar and when she worked for the Los Angeles County Municipal Courts. She is active in local bar affairs. Education: A.B. University of California, Los Angeles; J.D. University of California, Berkeley (Boalt Hall) Professor Van Detta clerked on a federal appeals court and then was in private practice for 12 years at an international law firm. In his practice, he concentrated on labor law, employment discrimination law, international business counseling, and federal court litigation. He has published extensively in the law reviews and is on the faculty at the John Marshall School in Atlanta, Georgia. Education: B.A., Union College; J.D., Albany School. Courses: Civil Procedure, Commercial Paper, Conflicts of, Contract Drafting State Bar Membership: Georgia, New York Victoria Vidt Assistant Dean of Students Victoria Vidt is an Assistant Dean of Students at Concord School, advising first year students in both the JD and EJD divisions. In addition to working at Concord, she is currently an Assistant Public Defender in the Appellate Division at the Public Defender's Office in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, where she represents indigent defendants on an appellate level. Prior to working as an appellate attorney, she was a law clerk in the Superior Court of Pennsylvania, the intermediate appellate court for Pennsylvania, and also worked as a contract attorney in private practice. Dean Vidt received her J.D. from the Duquesne University School of, where she graduated cum laude from the evening division and was a member of the Review. Dean Vidt recently published the article "That Eyewitness of Yours... Is His Identification Reliable?", found in Volume 1, Issue 2 of The Defender, August 1, Education: B.A., University of Pittsburgh; J.D., Duquesne University School of State Bar Membership: Pennsylvania v.jan Return Only Signature Page

17 Paul Virgo Susan Vollmer William Weston Jane Wise Professor Virgo practices in Los Angeles, California where he is of counsel to the Century Group. He specializes in the defense of attorneys in regulatory and licensure proceedings and civil actions. He is an adjunct professor of law in professional responsibility at Whittier School and the University of West Los Angeles School of. He is a frequent lecturer on legal ethics and professional responsibility before numerous organizations, associations, and committees. Professor Virgo retired from the State Bar of California after 25 years of service, the last 12 of which as an Assistant Chief Trial Counsel. Education: B.A., California State University, Northridge, J.D., Whittier School Courses: Professional Responsibility Professor Vollmer is in private practice concentrating in real estate, estate planning, and corporate law. She has been involved in public interest law including as a law clerk for the Greater Dayton Volunteer yers Project and at the University of Dayton School. Education: B.A., Ball State University; J.D., University of Dayton School of. Courses: First Year Curriculum Contracts, Criminal, Torts; Real Property State Bar Membership: Indiana Professor Weston joined Concord after having been a law school professor for over 30 years at the University of Baltimore and at Florida Coastal School of. On both faculties he held dean positions, including director of professional skills education at the Florida Coastal. Dean Weston is the director of Concord s nation-wide externship program, a fourth year elective. Professor Weston is active in ethics and professionalism committees at the state level and with the ABA. He has written extensively in the family law and legal ethics areas. Education: A.B.M.L., Loyola College of Maryland; J.D., University of Maryland. Ph.D., Rutherford University Courses: Professional Responsibility, Health, Legal Education Experience Program (LEEP) State Bar Membership: Maryland, District of Columbia Professor Wise maintains an active estate and family law practice in addition to her teaching. As an adjunct faculty member at Brigham Young University School, she teaches legal research and writing in the advocacy program. She writes and publishes in law journals and is a presenter at legal writing conferences. While at the University of Utah School, she was the winner of the moot court competition. Education: B.A. and B.F.A. University of Utah, J.D., University of Utah Katy Yang- Page State Bar Membership: Utah Professor Yang-Page graduated with Phi Beta Kappa honors from Northwestern University and received her law degree from New York University in Professor Yang-Page has been a practicing lawyer for more than ten years, focusing primarily on constitutional, employment and immigration law. After graduating from law school, she clerked for federal district court judge Mary M. Lisi in the district of Rhode Island. She was an attorney for the Justice Department as well as for large private law firms in Los Angeles. Professor Yang-Page was also a staff attorney at the Indiana Civil Liberties Union, an affiliate of the American Civil Liberties Union. She v.jan Return Only Signature Page

18 has published in several areas of constitutional law and has lectured to students, lawyers and employers on such topics as the Fourth Amendment, campaign finance reform and sexual harassment and diversity in the workplace. Professor Yang-Page is currently in private practice in Indianapolis, Indiana. Education: B.A., Northwestern University; J.D., New York University Courses: Constitutional, Hawaii, Indiana Barbara Youngberg Christine Zimmer Professor Youngberg is the Vice President of Insurance, Risk, Quality and Legal Services for the University HealthSystem Consortium an alliance of 92 Academic Medical Centers located across the United States. She has served as an adjunct professor for nine years at Loyola University Chicago, College of, and Health Institute. She is the primary author of four textbooks related to Health Care Risk Management and Patient Safety and serves on the editorial board for the American Journal of Medical Quality and Patient Safety and Quality HealthCare. Education: BSN, Illinois Wesleyan; MSW, University of Illinois, Jane Addams College of Social Work; JD, DePaul University, College of Courses: Risk Management State Bar Membership: Illinois Professor Zimmer was in private practice in Cincinnati from 1984 to She worked at the University of Cincinnati College of from 1995 to 2004 as Director of Public Service and Professional Development ( ) and as Legal Research and Writing Professor ( ). Currently she is working for the City of Cincinnati Solicitor's Office. Education: B.A., Case Western Reserve University; J.D., University of North Carolina School of Jack R. Goetz Dean Emeritus State Bar Membership: Ohio The founding Dean of Concord School. Dean Goetz is a recognized expert in the field of online learning. His vision and expertise contributed greatly to the creation of Concord in 1998, and its subsequent growth. Dean Goetz has been active with the Distance Education and Training Council (DETC) serving on the Board of Trustees, on a Task Force on Assessment of Learning Outcomes, as Chair of the Business Standards Committee, as well as Vice Chair of the Educational Standards Committee. In April 2002, the DETC recognized Dean Goetz with their Distinguished Recognition Award for outstanding contributions to the advancement of distance education. The Board of Bar Governors of the State Bar of California appointed Dean Goetz to a three-year term as a member of the School Council, which advises the Committee of Bar Examiners on various law school education matters. Dean Goetz also serves as a member of the State Bar of California's Ad-hoc Task Force for Online Education, which is evaluating Internet legal education. Education: B.A., San Diego State University; J.D., Boston University School of ; M.B.A., Pepperdine University v.jan Return Only Signature Page

19 THE CONCORD VISITING AND SUPPLEMENTARY LECTURERS The Concord curriculum also is enriched by Visiting and Supplementary lecturers. Working with the Concord faculty, nationally known subject matter experts provide video lectures and guidance to the course content. The Lecturers have over 150 years of combined law teaching experience, are recognized experts in their field and have taught thousands of law students in their respective subjects. The Lecturers include: Professor John Blum, Health Loyola University Chicago School of Professor Mary Cheh, Constitutional George Washington University School of Professor Rafael Guzman, Criminal, Criminal Procedure, Evidence University of Arkansas School of Professor Marci Kelly, Taxation, Wills & Trusts Golden Gate University School of Professor Laurel Leifert, Community Property Private practice Professor rence Levine, Torts McGeorge School of Professor Arthur Miller, Civil Procedure, Intellectual Property Harvard School John Moye, Esq. - Contracts, Corporations Private practice, former Associate Dean University of Denver, Past President, Colorado Bar Association Professor Douglas Whaley, Commercial Ohio State University v.jan Return Only Signature Page

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