UNM School of Law Faculty 2010 Highlights | 3 New Faculty
Ann Hemmens, assistant director for Public Services at the University of New Mexico Law Library, associate professor of Law Librarianship.
Language,” at the LatCrit International and Comparative Law Colloquium in Paris (July 2010).
Kevin Washburn presented the keynote ad- dress titled, “Education is the Key to Creating the Next Generation of Great Indian Law Judges,” at The Next Generation of Great In- dian Law Judges, a symposium at the University of Colorado Law School (Jan. 29, 2010). He was amember of a panel titled, “Tribal Council
Professorships Keleher & McLeod Professor: Carol Parker (2008-10), Nathalie Martin (2009- 11), Christian Fritz (2010-12)
Dickason Professors: Leo Romero (2009- 10), Elizabeth Rapaport (2009-11), April Land (2009-11), Sherri Burr and Alfred Mathewson (2010-12)
Regents Professor: Carol Suzuki (2009-10), Marsha Baum (2010-12)
Hatch Professor: Eileen Gauna (2008-10), Sergio Pareja (2010-11)
Margaret Montoya was the lead scholar of a comprehensive American Bar Association initiative that analyzed a broad set of information aimed at advancing racial/ethnic, gender, disability and sexual orientation diversity within the legal profession. The result of the two- year effort, “Diversity in the Legal Profession: Next Steps,” a 68-page report, was released in April 2010.
Lectureship Regents Lecturer: Erik Gerding (2009-10), Camille Carey (2010-11)
Awards Friedman Award: Reed Benson (2009-10), Antoinette Sedillo Lopez (2010-11)
Dean’s Award for Faculty Excellence: Laura Gómez, John LaVelle, Jennifer Moore (2010-11)
Dean’s Award for Distinguished Law School Service: April Land, Carol Suzuki (2010-11)
and Board Member Ethics, Duties, and Re- sponsibilities: What Tribal Leaders Need to Know,” at the National Conference of American Indians’ annual meeting in Albuquerque (Nov. 16, 2010).
Christine Zuni Cruz made a presentation for the Repatriation at 20: A Gathering on Na- tive Self-Determination and Human Rights at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University (January 2010).
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