Friday, October 19, 2007

Mass Tort Scholar Hired at Cumberland Law

Cumberland School of Law in Birmingham, Alabama, has announced that Elizabeth Chamblee Burch has joined the school as an assistant professor of law.  Among her publications are Unsettling Efficiency: When Non-Class Aggregation of Mass Torts Creates Second-Class Settlements, 65 Louisiana L. Rev. 157 (2004), and Between "Merit Inquiry" and "Rigorous Analysis": Using Daubert to Navigate the Gray Areas of Federal Class Action Certification, 31 Florida State Univ. L. Rev. 1041 (2004).

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