Minnesota Law Faculty

Minnesota Law faculty are engaged scholars and teachers. They are invested in the success of their students while making an impact in our communities through their contributions to the legal profession, outstanding scholarship, groundbreaking research, and dedication to teaching.

Prof. Jill Hasday

A Transparent Approach

Jill Hasday, Centennial Professor of Law and Distinguished McKnight University Professor, is a renowned teacher and scholar in the academic world, but her talent for helping a wider public understand complex issues related to anti-discrimination law, constitutional law, family law, and legal history has also made her a media favorite. 

The Law Library

Minnesota Law Library

Often ranked as one the top law libraries in the country, Minnesota Law’s library holds over 1 million volumes of one of the most preeminent legal research collections in the United States, providing access to materials in print or digital format. The significant depth and breadth of the collection supports research on almost all traditional and emerging legal topics and is a foundation for the research and curricular needs of Minnesota Law’s faculty and students. 

The Stefan A. Riesenfeld Rare Books Research Center holds one of the most outstanding collections of rare legal books in the United States. The books from the Arthur C. Pulling Rare Books Collection include more than 25,000 volumes of rare and special texts printed from the fifteenth through twentieth centuries.

Law Library

Recent Publications

"With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility": Improving Your Feedback and Hallmarks of Effective Feedback, 68 Saint Louis University Law Journal 537 (2024)

Platform Unions, 108 Minnesota Law Review 2013 (2024)

Naomi Cahn
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Nancy Levit

Fair Shake: Women and the Fight to Build a Just Economy (Simon & Schuster, 2024)

Interpreting the Ambiguities of Section 230, 41 Yale Journal on Regulation Bulletin 60 (2024)

Ariel Porat

Opportunistic Breach of Contract, 37 Canadian Journal of Law and Jurisprudence 199-230 (2024)