Meet The Expert Professors

iLaw’s goal is academic excellence, which we deliver by working with recognized, award-winning scholars. With online learning, students can interact with top faculty through online message boards, chat rooms, virtual faculty office hours and email.

Professors have diverse backgrounds, varied substantive expertise, and are fully trained in online teaching. iLaw views our relationship with your law school as a partnership. 92% of students praised the interactivity and “face time” with their professor through their iLaw-delivered subject.

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Arthur Best

Professor of Law, University of Denver, Strum College of Law

Gerry W. Beyer

Professor of Law,
Texas Tech

Daniel C.K. Chow

Chair in Business Law, The Ohio State University

Mary Crossley

Professor of Law, University of Pittsburgh

John Dzienkowski

Dean John F. Sutton Chair in Lawyering and the Legal Process Professor of Law, University of Texas

David Epstein

George E. Allen Professor of Law, University of Richmond

Jack Graves

Professor of Law & Director of Digital Legal Education, Touro Law Center

Zachary Gubler

Professor Law, Arizona State Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law

Amos Guiora

Professor of Law,
University of Utah

William Henning

Executive Professor of Law,
Texas A&M

Kristin Hickman

Administrative Law, University of Minnesota Law School

Maria O’brien Hylton

Professor of Law, Boston University School of Law

Jessica Mantel

Associate Professor, University of Houston Law Center

Gene Marsh

James M. Kidd, Sr. Professor Emeritus of Law, Alabama

Tom Metzloff

Professor of Law,
Duke University

Beverly Moran

Professor of Law and Professor of Sociology, Vanderbilt University

Erin O’Hara O’Connor

Dean,
Florida State University

Katie Porter

Dean,
University of California, Irvine

William K. Sjostrom

Professor of Law, University of Arizona, James E. Rogers College of Law

Robin Fretwell Wilson

Professor of Law,
Illinois

Ron Wright

Needham Yancey Gulley Professor of Criminal Law, Wake Forest

"Overall great experience and class.  Professor was great and so was the material taught."

Student in Spring Corporate Finance

"I enjoyed taking Conflicts of Law! Whenever I had a question, there was always immediate feedback (within 24-48 hours) which made the online course excellent. As a part-time student who currently works full time during the day, the flexibility of the course was greatly appreciated."

Student in Spring Conflict of Laws

"The video lectures were great. I really appreciated how the lecture and visual aids were interweaved!"

Student in Spring Economics for Lawyers

"I like the freedom and flexibility. The content was very ambitious yet interesting because the instructors were very knowledgeable. The professors showed me valuable economic incites in the realm of microeconomics, like how the supply curve is derived, which I found very interesting."

Student in Spring Economics For Lawyers

“I really loved this class. The professor did an amazing job of breaking down the content and relaying what an actual attorney in this area would deal with in everyday life. This has been one of my favorite classes I have taken in law school.” 

Student in Sports Law

“The instructor was passionate, knowledgeable and did a wonderful job summarizing the material in the video lectures. I enjoyed the professor.” 

Student in Fall Criminal Procedure

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