In Evidence class, you learn about what evidence lawyers may and may not use.
An internationally recognized evidence scholar, Nance teaches and writes about jurisprudence and legal theory, conflict of laws and the law of archeological artifacts. He is the author of numerous articles in leading law reviews, an important monograph entitled The Burdens of Proof: Discriminatory Power, Weight of Evidence, and Tenacity of Belief (Cambridge University Press 2016), and the textbook entitled Law and Justice: Cases and Readings on the American Legal System(Carolina Academic Press, 2d ed. 1999). Before joining our faculty in 2002, Nance taught at Chicago-Kent, Cornell University, the University of Colorado and the University of San Diego.
Judith Kaul works closely with the University Office of Counsel to license our subscriptions. She manages research services promotion from a public services perspective as well as coordinates the evaluation and acquisition of electronic research services. She assists with teaching legal research aspects of LLEAP and provides legal research sessions for seminars and in the Advanced Legal Research course. She assists with plagiarism prevention education. She is the reference liaison to the Spangenberg Center for Law, Technology & the Arts and the Journal of Law Technology and the Internet.