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Faculty Profile

Ted Schneyer

Milton O. Riepe Professor Emeritus

E-mail:  Ted Schneyer
Office Number: 213
Office Phone: (520) 621-5633
Office Fax: (520) 621-9140

Courses Taught:
Legal Ethics & Corporate Practice - Law 696F
Legal Malpractice - Law 662D
The Legal Profession - Law 609
Torts - Law 604d
Torts - Law 604C
Torts Practice - Law 603e


Curriculum Vitae

Education

Stanford Law School, J.S.M. (1971) 
University of Stockholm, Sweden, Diploma of Comparative Law (1969) Fulbright Grant
Harvard Law School, LL.B. (1968) Graduated cum laude
John Hopkins University, A.B. (1965) Phi Beta Kappa; graduated with Honors

Admitted to Practice

California

Professional Work Experience

Milton O. Riepe Professor of Law, James E. Rogers College of Law, 1997 - present
Visiting Professor of Law, Cornell Law School, Fall 1997
Visiting Professor of Law, University of Texas Law School, Fall 1996
Professor of Law, University of Arizona College of Law, 1986 - 1997
Visiting Scholar, American Bar Foundation, 1981 - 1982
Professor of Law, University of Wisconsin Law School, 1979 - 1986
Associate Professor of Law, University of Wisconsin Law School, 1976 - 1979
Assistant Professor of Law, University of Wisconsin Law School, 1972 - 1976
Assistant Professor of Law, University of Nebraska Law College, 1971 - 1972
Teaching Fellow, Stanford Law School, 1970 - 1971

Representative Publications

Multidisciplinary Practice, Professional Regulation, and the Anti-Interference Principle in Legal Ethics, 84 Minn. L. Rev. 1469 (2000).
Professional Discipline for Law Firms? 77 Cornell L. Rev. 1 (1991), reprinted in 42 Def. L.J. 83 (1993).
Professionalism as Bar Politics: The Making of the Model Rules of Professional Conduct, 14 Law & Social Inquiry 677 (1989), reprinted in Lawyer' Ideals/Lawyers' Practices: Transformations in the American Legal Profession 95 (Robert L. Nelson, David M. Trubek & Rayman L. Solomon eds., 1992).
Moral Philosophy's Standard Misconception of Legal Ethics, 1984 Wis. L. Rev. 1529.
The Lawyer in Modern Society (2d ed. 1976) (co-author, with Vern Countryman & Ted Finman).
Complete List of Publications

Organizations

American Bar Association
Elected Member, American Law Institute
1995 - present

Public Service

Member, Arizona State Bar Multijurisdictional Practice Task Force 2002 - present
Co-Convenor, James E. Rogers College of Law Conference on the Future Structure and Regulation of Law Practice 2002
Member, National Conference of Bar Examiners Drafting Committee for the Multi-State Professional Responsibility Exam (MPRE) 1998 - 2001
Chair, AALS Professional Responsibility Section 1995
Member, Arizona State Bar Committee on Professionalism 1994 - 1995
Member, Arizona State Bar Committee To Review the Bar Admissions Process 1987 - 1989
Member, Arizona State Bar Ethics Committee 1986 - 1989
Member, Wisconsin Supreme Court Committee to Review ABA Evaluation of State's Attorney Disciplinary System 1986
Member, Wisconsin State Bar Committee to Review the Code of Professional Responsibility 1980 - 1983
Reporter, Wisconsin Supreme Court Committee on Mandatory Legal Malpractice Insurance 1978 - 1979
Reporter, Wisconsin Supreme Court Committee to Study the State Bar 1976 - 1977
Participant, Economics Institute for Law Professors 1972

Awards

Selected by the American Bar Foundation to receive the 5th Annual W.M. Keck Foundation Award and Lectureship  2000
Sanford D. Levy Memorial Award from Ethics Committee of the N.Y. State Bar Association  1992
University of Arizona Foundation Grant  1990
American Bar Foundation Meyer Grant  1984
American Bar Foundation Visiting Scholar  1981 - 1982
Participant, NEH-Funded Legal History Workshop, University of Wisconsin Law School  1981
Ford Foundation Grant  1975
Smongeski Grant (University of Wisconsin)  1974
Fulbright Grant  1968 - 1969