The University of Richmond School of Law welcomed over 60 professors from across the country to campus May 21-22 for the third annual Junior Faculty Forum.

“We’re known for the exceptional quality of our junior faculty members here at Richmond Law, so it only seems appropriate for us to host this important event,” said Jessica Erickson, Associate Dean of Faculty Development. “It’s the perfect opportunity not only to share new scholarship, but also to meet peers and colleagues.”  

The event is open to all untenured law faculty who have been teaching for 10 years or less. Attendees are invited to present their scholarship and works-in-progress in an informal, collegial atmosphere.

“We’re delighted to facilitate this gathering, which brings together some truly exceptional scholars who have a wealth of expertise and insight to contribute, both to legal education and the profession,” said Wendy Perdue, Dean of Richmond Law.