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Susan Grover
     E-mail:  ssgrov@wm.edu
    Professor Grover is University Professor for Teaching Excellence at William and Mary Law School.  She served as William and Mary's Director of Equal Opportunity from 2002 until 2007.  Professor Grover clerked for Chief Judge Spottswood W. Robinson, III of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit and Judge Oliver Gasch of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia and practiced law in Washington, D.C.  She was selected by the Class of 2011 as Outstanding Professor and has received the NAACP Faculty Award, Virginia Women Attorneys Association Foundation Distinguished Faculty Award, Black Law Students' Association Jane Matilda Bolin Award and the Black Law Students' Association Distinguished Faculty Award. 
    Sandra F. Sperino
        E-mail: sperinsa@uc.edu
        Professor Sperino is the Associate Dean of Faculty and Professor at the University of Cincinnati College of Law.  Prior to joining the UC faculty she was an assistant professor at Temple University Beasley School of Law and participated in the Lawless Fellowship Program at the University of Illinois College of Law.  She clerked for the Hon. Donald J. Stohr of the U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Missouri, and practiced law in the litigation and labor and employment departments at Lewis, Rice & Fingerish in St. Louis. There she helped draft the petition for writ of certiorari and co-authored the brief argued before the U.S. Supreme Court in United States v. Sell. Professor Sperino is a contributing editor to several employment law books published by the American Bar Association.  In 2013, UC law students awarded Professor Sperino the Goldman Prize for Teaching Excellence.  In 2015, Professor Sperino received the Harold C. Schott Scholarship Award.  Professor Sperino's recent scholarship is published in the Michigan Law Review, the University of Illinois Law Review, the Notre Dame Law Review, and the Alabama Law Review. In 2013, one of her articles was selected for the Harvard/Stanford/Yale Junior Scholars' Forum.
    Jarod S. Gonzalez
        E-mail:  jarod.gonzalez@ttu.edu
        Professor Gonzalez is the Frank McDonald Professor of Law at Texes Tech University School of Law.  Before entering teaching, he practiced law at Thompson & Knight LLP in Dallas, Texas and worked as a judicial law clerk for two federal judges - the late John H. Hannah, Jr., Chief Judge, Eastern District of Texas and Judge Robert M. Parker (retired), United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit.  His teaching and research interests include civil procedure and employment law.  Professor Gonzalez serves on the Executive Council of the State Bar of Texas Labor and Employment Section.