Michael S. Green


Dudley W. Woodbridge Professor of Law
College of William & Mary, Marshall-Wythe School of Law
J.D., Yale Law School, 1996

Ph.D. (Philosophy), Yale University, 1990

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Contact Information

CV [.pdf]

Office: Room 260

Office Hours: 
M 11:00-12:00
T 3:30-4:30

Th 3:30-4:00

or by appt.

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Michael Green's CivPro Blog (with Old Exam Questions and Answers)

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Teaching:

     Civil Procedure

     Professional Responsibility

     Philosophy of Law

     Conflict of Laws

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Publications

SSRN Page

Facebook

 

William and Mary Page

Recent Articles:


Michael Steven Green, Erie's International Effect, 107 Northwestern University Law Review 1485-1501 (2013) - previously published at 107 Northwestern University Law Review Colloquy 165-79 (2012)

Michael Steven Green, The Twin Aims of Erie, 88 Notre Dame Law Review 1865-1937 (2013)

Michael Steven Green, Law's Dark Matter, 54 William & Mary Law Review 845-884 (2013)

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http://msgre2.people.wm.edu/P1000344.gifRowan & Harris

 

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Academia.edu - Michael Steven Green

LinkedIn- Michael Steven Green

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Selected Works of Michael Steven Green (Bepress)

Jotwell Jurisprudence


Michael Steven Green - Twitter

Michael Steven Green


 

I am currently the Dudley W. Woodbridge Professor of Law at the College of William and Mary.


Most of my research falls into four main areas:

1) civil procedure and the conflict of laws, especially the Erie doctrine and its intersection with horizontal choice of law,

 

2) philosophy of law,

 

3) the examination of constitutional law in the light of Lockean social contract theory, and

 

4) Nietzsche.

 

But I have written in other areas, including copyright.


Updated 12 December, 2013