Alums Returning to Teach at King Hall
Posted By Kevin R. Johnson, Sep 16, 2016
Last week, I was walking to a reception inside King Hall and ran into three of our esteemed alumni who are teaching class at their law school alma mater this semester.
Craig Judson '84 had just finished his Advanced Estate Planning course and was energized by our students and connecting with them.
Scott McNutt '82, a visiting Jack D. Ayer Professor of Bankruptcy Law, was headed to his Advanced Commercial Law class. With a guest speaker in tow, Scott was enthusiastic about his group of bankruptcy acolytes.
Judge Larry Brown '89 was headed toward his Judicial Process class, which he has taught for many years to rave reviews from the students. Judge Brown always brings a great deal of knowledge, expertise, and good humor to his classes.
Teaching at King Hall is one way of giving back to the law school. We are fortunate indeed to have such great alums who are prominent in the legal profession and excellent teachers for today's King Hall students.