Arnold I. Siegel is a Clinical Professor at Loyola Law School, Los Angeles, where he directs the first year Legal Research and Writing program and the second year Ethical Lawyering program. The Legal Research and Writing course covers both objective and persuasive writing as well as legal research. Ethical Lawyering teaches traditional professional responsibility combined with intensive instruction in interviewing and counseling with coordinated writing assignments. It is taught in class of no more than 32 students and is designed to put legal ethics in the context of the lawyer-client relationship and to emphasize the more human and personal aspects of that relationship. Professor Siegel and has also taught Remedies, Negotiation and Contracts. He also worked in and directed Loyola’s live client clinics. Professor Siegel graduated from Cornell University and Stanford Law School and has been on the faculty at Loyola for over 20 years. In the Fall 2006 and 2008 semesters, Professor Siegel taught Legal Research and Writing and Introduction to American Law in Loyola’s LL.M. program in Bologna, Italy. He has participated in conferences in Prague, Istanbul, and Monterrey.