Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Jenoff joins Rutgers faculty

Pam   In July, Pam Jenoff will be joining the legal writing faculty at Rutgers-Camden.  Pam has a J.D. from the University of Pennsylvania, a Masters from Cambridge University, and a BA in International Affairs from George Washington University.  She currently is Assistant General Counsel at Exelon Business Services in Philadelphia, and she previously worked for Morgan, Lewis & Bockius in Philadelphia and the U.S. Foreign Service

While still in law school, Pam authored two articles:  Owning Ancestry: The Dilemma of Jewish Communal Property Restitution in Poland, 8 Columbia University Journal of East European Law 1 (2001), and Managing Memory: The Legal Status of Auschwitz-Birkenau and Resolution of Conflicts in the Post-Communist Era, 46 The Polish Review 131 (2001).  She is also the author of four novels:  The Kommandant's Girl (Mira Books 2007); The Diplomat's Wife (Mira Books 2008); Almost Home (Atria Books 2009); and Elegy (Atria Books, forthcoming 2010).  How fortunate her students will be to be taught by such an experienced legal writer!

hat tip:  Sarah Ricks


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