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Markus D. Dubber

SUNY Buffalo Law School
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Mark G. Kelman

Stanford Law School
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Mark G. Kelman
William Nelson Cromwell Professor of Law and Vice Dean
Stanford Law School
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Mark G. Kelman is the William Nelson Cromwell Professor of Law and Vice Dean at Stanford Law School. A member of the Stanford faculty since 1977, Mr. Kelman has also served the institution as Academic Associate Dean. A prolific lecturer and author, whose work has focused on criminal law, anti-discrimination, and the intersections between law and economics and law and psychology, Mr. Kelman’s writings include “Interpretive Construction in the Substantive Criminal Law,” 33 Stan. L. Rev. 591 (1981), A Guide to Critical Legal Studies (1987), Jumping the Queue: An Empirical and Ethical Inquiry into the Legal Treatment of Students with Learning Disabilities (with Gillian Lester) (1997), and Strategy or Principle? The Choice Between Regulation and Taxation (1999). Mr. Kelman received his B.A. and J.D. from Harvard University in 1972 and 1976, respectively.

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