Penny White is the interim director of the UT Legal Clinic and the director of the Center for Advocacy and Dispute Resolution, a professor of law, and a former Tennessee Supreme Court justice. She specializes in evidence; judicial ethics, including selection and impartiality issues; negotiation; capital punishment; criminal procedure; media impact on justice; and issues related to trial and appellate advocacy.
Glenn Reynolds, the Beauchamp Brogan Distinguished Professor of Law, has written for the New York Times, Washington Post, Washington Times, Los Angeles Times, and has testified before Congressional committees on space law, international trade, and domestic terrorism
Michael Higdon is the director of the College of Law’s Legal Writing Program and an associate professor of law who specializes in family law, legal writing, and sexuality, gender, and the law.
Ben Barton specializes in legal clinic education, representing indigent clients, and torts.
Dwight Aarons leads the university’s Innocence Clinic and focuses his scholastic work in criminal law, criminal procedure, and death penalty.
Dixie Thompson is a fellow of the American College of Sports Medicine and of the National Academy of Kinesiology, as well as a past president of the Southeast Chapter of ACSM and a former associate editor-in-chief for ACSM’s Health and Fitness Journal.
Adam Cureton is interested in ethics, with an emphasis on moral, political, and legal issues related to persons with disabilities.
Richard Pacelle is an expert on the US Supreme Court. His other interests include American politics, Constitutional law, civil liberties, and the judicial process.