Eugene Basanta is an esteemed professor emeritus of health law and a professor in the Department of Medical Humanities at the Southern Illinois University School of Medicine. Since joining the SIU faculty in 1980, Professor Basanta has been a driving force in the promotion of education and research on health, law and public policy. Professor Beyler is a renowned teacher of Civil Procedure, Federal Courts, and Conflict of Laws. He has a special interest in personal jurisdiction, as evidenced by his published articles on the subject, one of which led to a review of the Illinois personal jurisdiction statute.
Professor Beyler is also actively involved in community service and has served as an officer or director of Green Earth, Inc. for more than a decade. Professor Brittingham's wife, Kathleen Pine, is a long-time member of St. Louis, Sandberg, Phoenix and von Gontard law firm, where she represents doctors, hospitals, and other healthcare providers in professional liability claims.
Fountaine focuses her teaching and studies on issues related to government powers and access to justice, with special emphasis on the role of federal courts in enforcing individual rights. In addition, her fellowship explores the role of the lawyer in ensuring effective representation and participation in the judicial system. His areas of expertise include civil procedure, legal globalization, federal courts, civil rights, jury trial, complex litigation, and legal ethics. She has actively participated in several committees of the International Association of Law Schools and has volunteered for the Rule of Law Initiative of the United States Bar Association.
He has served on the Finance and Legal Affairs Committee of the Law School's Admissions Council and the Committee on Misconduct and Irregularities in the Admissions Process. She has also served on several ABA committees and is a lifetime fellow at the Tarrant County Lawyers Foundation. She has been a member of the board of directors of Texas Reentry Services and has been a member of the Rotary Club of Fort Worth. In addition, he served on the Diversity Committee of the Tarrant County Bar Association.
She is a member of the Illinois State Bar Association, the Jackson County Bar Association (Illinois), is authorized to practice as a member of the California State Bar Association, and is a member of the United States Supreme Court Bar Association. Professor Gross has served as a reporter for the Illinois Judicial Conference; has been a member of the Carbondale Elementary School board; and has been president of the ACLU's Southern Illinois Chapter. He was also president of the Jewish Federation of Southern Illinois, Southeastern Missouri, and Western Kentucky. He has also been a consultant and has testified as an expert witness in cases involving legal ethics and legal negligence.
In addition to serving nationally, he has actively participated in local and regional law library groups, and has served as president of the Southern California Law Library Association, founding president of the Council of Chapter Presidents, president and secretary of the Central American Law Library Consortium, and president of the Council of Law Library Consortiums. Houdek taught legal research in the school's first-year Advocacy Skills Program and was a co-professor of the advanced electronic legal research elective course in the upper division. Professor McCubbin teaches courses on environmental law and administrative law. He joined SIU Law in 2000 after an outstanding career at the University Of United States Department Of Justice in Washington DC. He obtained a Fulbright scholarship in China at Wuhan University Law School in Wuhan (China), which houses one of China's leading environmental law research institutes.
He was also a visitor at Izmir University Of Economics in Izmir, Turkey. During his stay at United States Department Of Justice Professor McCubbin received numerous awards for his distinguished service including Special Achievement Award for sustained superior performance Of Duty awarded by University Of United States As A lawyer for Environmental Defense Section Of Department Of Justice he defended rules adopted by United States Environmental Protection Agency enforced national wetland protection laws And successfully argued before United States appellate courts In cases such as Michigan v EPA 81 F 3d 1371 5th Cir. Prior to joining Department Of Justice he advised clients on compliance with environmental laws In private practice In Washington DC Professor Munson practiced law In Philadelphia for 25 years where she was partner At Eckert Seamans Cherin And Mellott And founder And president Of Its Legal And Religious Practice Group From Rutgers Law School Camden where she was editor Of Rutgers Law Journal symposium And organized And edited An issue Of volume On international terrorism He also Has postgraduate diploma In 19th century literature From University Of Paris Sorbonne In high school At Augustana College In Rock Island Illinois. Before arriving At SIU Professor Munson spent several years At University Of St Thomas School Of Law In Minneapolis where she was assistant director Of Terrence J Murphy Institute For Catholic Thought Law And Public Policy taught nonprofit organizations And wills trusts And estates And also oversaw writing projects For upper level students His experience In private practice included commercial antitrust stock And First Amendment litigation His last years Of practice focused On issues At intersection Of religion And law And On representation Of religious organizations both large And small. She Has served As legal consultant And expert On issues Of church law including church property rights owned By church upon removal Of congregation From denomination labor issues clergy misconduct And zoning disputes He also Has experience In various forms Of alternative dispute resolution including mediation arbitration And facilitation Of interfaith dialogue Professor Munson's academic interests include lawyer training nonprofit corporate law And religion And law. Professor Noble Allgire studied law At Southern Illinois University where she served As Editor In Chief Of The....