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Alexandra D. Lahav

Visiting Professor of Law (fall term)
Alexandra D. Lahav is a Visiting Professor of Law at Yale Law School andthe Joel Barlow Professor of Lawat the University of Connecticut School of Law. Her areas of research and teaching include civil procedure, complex litigation and torts. She has published a number of articles on these subjects in leading law reviews and is co-author of a popular casebook, Civil Procedure: Doctrine, Practice and Context (Aspen 4th ed. 2011) with Martha Minow, Steve Subrin, Mark Brodin, and Thomas Main. Before entering academia, she practiced law with a civil rights firm in New York City. She is currently working on a book entitled In Praise of Litigation defending the role of litigation in American democracy.

Education
J.D., Harvard, 1998
B.A., Brown, 1993

Courses Taught at Yale
Procedure