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page 1 GEOFFREY C. HAZARD, JR. University of Pennsylvania Law School 3400 Chestnut Street Philadelphia Pa Trustee Professor of Law, University of Pennsylvania Law School Miller Professor of Law,
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page 1 GEOFFREY C. HAZARD, JR. University of Pennsylvania Law School 3400 Chestnut Street Philadelphia Pa Trustee Professor of Law, University of Pennsylvania Law School Miller Professor of Law, University of California Hastings College of the Law Director Emeritus, American Law Institute Address: 2263 California St. San Francisco, CA Hastings College of the Law Tel: McAllister St. San Francisco, CA University of Pennsylvania Law School 3400 Chestnut St. Tel: (215) Philadelphia, PA Fax:(215) EDUCATION Swarthmore College, B.A (Phi Beta Kappa) Columbia University, LL.B (Columbia Law Review) PROFESSIONAL APPOINTMENTS Member, California State Bar, Pennsylvania Bar Admitted to practice: Oregon, 1954; California, 1960; Connecticut, 1982; Pennsylvania, 1994 Practiced in Oregon, ; Deputy Legislative Counsel, State of Oregon, ; Executive Secretary, Oregon Legislative Interim Committee on Judicial Administration, Executive Director, American Bar Foundation, Consultant, American Bar Association Special Committee on Code of Judicial Conduct, Reporter, American Bar Association Special Commission on Standards of Judicial Administration, Reporter, American Law Institute, Restatement of Judgments, Second, Reporter, American Bar Association Special Commission on Evaluation of Professional Standards, page 2 Reporter, Committee on Ethical Standards, National Association of Bond Counsel, Director, American Law Institute, Reporter, American Law Institute and International Organization for Unification of Private Law, Principles of Transnational Civil Procedure, Member and Consultant, Standing Committee on Rules of Practice and Procedure, Judicial Conference of the United States, Member, Judicial Conference Ad Hoc Committee on Mass Torts, Member, American Bar Association Resource Team for High Profile Trials Member, American Bar Association Commission on Ethics 2000, Member, Associazione Italiana fra gli Studiosi del Processo Civile, ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS Trustee Professor of Law, University of Pennsylvania, Miller Professor of Law, University of California Hastings College of the Law,2005- Professor of Law, Yale University, ; Sterling Professor of Law Emeritus Associate Professor of Law, University of California, Berkeley, ; Professor of Law, Visiting Professor, University of Michigan, 1963 Professor of Law, University of Chicago, Visiting Professor, Stanford University, 1974 Acting Dean, Yale School of Organization and Management, ; Associate Dean, ; Deputy Dean, Visiting Professor, Universite d'aix-marseille, 1982 Visiting Professor, Harvard University, 1983 Visiting Professor, University of Arizona, TEACHING SUBJECTS Civil Procedure, Legal Ethics, Federal Jurisdiction BOARD MEMBERSHIPS Board of Trustees, Supreme Court Historical Society, Board of Directors, Avatar Holdings, Inc., Board of Directors, Smyth, Sanford & Gerard Professional Liability, L.L.C Member, Board of Directors, Friends of the Library of the Supreme Court of Israel Board of Governors, International Insolvency Institute, PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES page 3 Member, Administrative Conference of United States, Adviser, American Bar Association, Standing Committee on Ethics and Professional Responsibility, Subcommittee on Code of Judicial Conduct, Member, Board of Overseers, Institute for Civil Justice, RAND Corp., Advisory Council, Trinity Church (New York) Center for Ethics and Corporate Policy, Legal Advisory Committee, New York Stock Exchange, Member, American Bar Association Committee on Professional Discipline, Member, American Bar Association, Committee on Lawyers' Responsibility for Client Protection, Member, National Association of Corporate Directors, Blue Ribbon Commission, 2005 Member, Pennsylvania Bar Ass n, California State Bar, American Bar Ass'n, American Law Institute, American Judicature Society, National Legal Aid and Defender Ass'n, Fellows of American Bar Foundation, American Academy of Arts and Sciences, American Philosophical Society PROFESSIONAL AWARDS American Bar Foundation, Research Award, 1985 American Bar Foundation, William Keck Foundation Award, 1997 Columbia University School of Law Association, Medal for Excellence, 1999 American Judicature Society, Outstanding Contributions to Promoting Effective Administration of Justice Ceremony of Salute, Superior Court of Pennsylvania, 1999 Gold Medal, International Insolvency Institute, 2004 American Bar Association Section of Legal Education, Kutak Award, 2005 HONORARY DEGREES M.A., Yale University 1971 LL.D., Gonzaga University, 1985 LL.D., University of San Diego, 1985 LL.D., Swarthmore College, 1988 LL.D., Illinois Institute of Technology, 1990 LL.D., Nova University, 1992 LL.D., Republica Italiana (faculta di Urbino), 1998 BOOKS page 4 RESEARCH IN CIVIL PROCEDURE (1963; Walter E. Meyer Research Institute of Law). LAW IN A CHANGING AMERICA (1968; editor). QUEST FOR JUSTICE (1973; editor, American Bar Association). GOING TO LAW SCHOOL? (1974;editor, with Thomas Ehrlich). CIVIL PROCEDURE (5th ed. 2001, with Fleming James, Jr. and John Leubsdorf). ETHICS IN THE PRACTICE OF LAW (1978). PLEADING & PROCEDURE, STATE & FEDERAL (9th ed. 2005; with D. W. Louisell, Colin Tait and Wm. Fletcher). MANAGING COMPLEX LITIGATION: A PRACTICAL GUIDE TO THE USE OF SPECIAL MASTERS (1983; with Wayne Brazil and Paul Rice). THE LEGAL PROFESSION: RESPONSIBILITY AND REGULATION (3d ed. 1994; editor, with Deborah Rhode). THE LAW OF LAWYERING: A Handbook on the Model Rules of Professional Conduct (3d ed with William Hodes). PERSPECTIVES ON CIVIL PROCEDURE (1987; editor, with Jan Vetter). BOARD GAMES: The Changing Shape of Corporate Power (1988; with Arthur Fleisher, Jr. and Miriam Z. Klipper). THE LAW AND ETHICS OF LAWYERING (4th ed. 2005; with Susan Koniak, Roger Cramton and George Cohen) LA GUISTA CIVIL NEGLI STATI UNITI (1993; with Michele Taruffo) AMERICAN CIVIL PROCEDURE: AN INTRODUCTION (1993, with Michele Taruffo) AMERICAN CIVIL PROCEDURE: AN INTRODUCTION (Japanese ed., Tanabe Tr. 1997) POKUS`ENI` SPRA `NI` CHI RAD (Prague, 1996; translation of BOARD GAMES, with Arthur Fleisher, Jr. and Miriam Z. Klipper) PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITY AND REGULATION (Foundation Press, 2002) (with Deborah Rhode) LEGAL ETHICS: A COMPARATIVE STUDY (Stan. U. Press.2004)(with Angelo Dondi) REPORTS (as reporter or draftsman) Oregon Legislative Interim Commission on Judicial Administration, Vol. I (Judicial Administration), Vol. II (Juvenile Code) (1958) California Special Legislative Commission on the Insanity Defense, Report (1962). American Bar Association, Code of Judicial Conduct (1972). American Bar Association, Standards of Judicial Administration (3 vol., ). 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Social Justice Through Civil Justice, 36 U. Chi. L. Rev. 699 (1969). Law Reforming in the Anti-Poverty Effort, 37 U. Chi. L. Rev. 242 (1970). Legal Problems Peculiar to the Poor, 26 J. Social Issues 47 (1970). Securing Courtroom Decorum, 80 Yale L. J. 433 (1970)(book review). Res Nova in Res Judicata, 44 So. Calif. L. Rev (1971). Court Finance and Unitary Budgeting, 81 Yale L. J (1972)(with Martin B. McNamara and Irwin F. Sentilles, III). Attorneys' Responsibilities and Duties Under the Securities Laws, in Goldberg, Stuart C., ed., Expanding Responsibilities Under the Securities Laws (1973). The Effect of the Class Action Device Upon the Substantive Law, 58 F.R.D 299 (1973). Legal Services in the U.S.A., 2 Internat l J.of Crim. And Pen. 43 (1974). Chancery Procedure and the Seventh Amendment: Jury Trial of Issues in Equity Cases before 1791, 83 Yale L. J. 999 (1974) (with Harold Chesnin). Law School Law and Sociolegal Research, 50 Denver L. J. 403 (1974). Rethinking Legal Ethics, 26 Stan. L. Rev (1974). Conscience and Circumstance in Legal Ethics, in Hodges, ed., Social Responsibility: Journalism, Law, Medicine (Wash. & Lee Univ., 1975). Administration of Supporting Services in the Trial Court,1 Justice System Journal 3 (1975). Representation in Rule-Making, in Schwartz, ed., Law and the American Future (1975). The Tennessee Administrative Procedure Act: An Outsider's Perspective, 6 Memphis State U. L. Rev. 143 (1976). page 7 Standards of Judicial Administration: Appellate Courts,62 A.B.A.J (1976). The Jurisprudence of Juvenile Deviance, in Rosenheim, ed.,pursuing Justice for the Child (1976). Requisites of a Valid Judgment, 24 Practical Lawyer 35 (1978). The Supreme Court as Legislature, 64 Cornell L. Rev. 1 (1978). An Historical Perspective on the Lawyer-Client Privilege, 66 Calif. L. Rev (1978). Talking to Your Lawyer, MBA, May 1978, 17. The Legal and Ethical Position of the Code of Professional Ethics, V Social Responsibility: Journalism, Law, Medicine (Wash. & Lee Univ., 1979). Interstate Venue, 64 Nw. L. Rev. 711 (1979). Proposed Revision of the Rules of Legal Ethics in the United States, in Am. Bar Ass'n, American/Australian/New Zealand Law: Parallels and Contrasts (1980). Guidelines for Claims of Privilege, United States v. Am. Tel. & Tel. Co., 86 F.R.D. 603 (1980) (with Paul Rice). Rules of Legal Ethics: The Drafting Task, 36 The Record 77 (1981). Revisiting the Second Restatement of Judgments: Issue Preclusion and Related Problems, 66 Cornell L. Rev. 564 (1981). The Lawyer's Obligation to be Trustworthy When Dealing with Opposing Parties, 33 South Carolina L. Rev. 181 (1981). How Far May a Lawyer Go in Assisting a Client in Legally Wrongful Conduct?, 35 U. of Miami L. Rev. 669 (1981). Will the ABA Draft Model Rules of Professional Conduct Change the Concept of the Lawyer's Role?, Association of the Bar of the City of New York (Third Orison Marden Memorial Lecture,1981). The Lawyer's Pro Bono Obligation, in ABA Proceedings of the Second National Conference on Legal Services and the Public (1981). page 8 Do Lawyers Really Need New Disciplinary Rules?, 53 Cleveland Bar J. 1 (1981). Legal Ethics: Legal Rules and Professional Aspiration,30 Cleveland State L. Rev. 4 (1982). Liability of Attorneys Involved in the Preparation of Disclosure Statements, in Fleischer, et al. eds.,thirteenth Annual Institute on Securities Regulation (1982). Arguing the Law: The Advocate's Duty and Opportunity,16 Georgia L. Rev. 821 (1982). Judicial Management of the Pretrial Process in Massive Litigation: Special Masters as Case Managers, 1982 Am. Bar Found. Res. J. 375 (with Paul R. Rice). The Criminal Justice System: Overview, in Encyclopedia of Criminal Justice (1982). Competing Aims in Legal Education, 59 No. Dakota L. Rev.533 (1983). Why Lawyers Should be Allowed to Advertise: A Market Analysis of Legal Services, 58 N.Y.U.L. Rev (1983), (withrussell Pearce and Jeffrey Stempel) republished in Italian, Perche Agli Avvocati Dovrebbe Essere Consentito L'Uso Della Pubblicita, 32 Rivista Di Diritto Civile 277 (1986). Preclusion as to Issues of Law: The Legal System's Interest,70 Iowa L. Rev. 81 (1984). A Question of Scale, Harvard Law School Bulletin, Winter, 1984 (review of Bok report on legal education). The Technical Expert in Procedure: U.S. National Report, in Nicklisch, ed., Der Technische Sachverstandige im Prozess, VII.Internationaler Kongress fur Prozessrecht, p. 207 (1984). Legal Ethics, in Gillers, ed., Looking At Law School (1984, 3d ed. 1990). Rectification of Client Fraud: Death and Revival of a Professional Norm, 33 Emory L.J. 271 (1984). Reflections on the Substance of Finality, 70 Cornell L. Rev. 642 (1985). Curriculum Structure and Faculty Structure, 35 J. Legal Ed,326 (1985). The Position of the Supreme Court in the Contemporary Constitutional System of the United States, in Lombardi, Constituzione e Giustizia Constituzionale nel Diritto Comparato (Centro Italiano per lo Sviluppo della Ricerca, 1985). page 9 Ethical Considerations in Withdrawal, Expulsion, and Retirement[from a Firm], in Berger, ed., Withdrawal, Retirement & Disputes, Am. Bar Ass'n Section of Economics of Law Practice (1986). Court Delay: Toward New Premises, 5 Civil Justice Q. 236 (1986), republished in Italian, Costo e Durata del Processo in Italia e in U.S.A., 32 Rivista di Diritto Civile 271 (1986). Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?, 95 Yale L.J (1986) (book review). Principles in Legislation, 41 The Record 685 (1986) (Cardozo Lecture). Rising Above Principle, 135 U.Penn.L.Rev. 153 (1986) (Roberts Lecture). A Lawyer's Privilege Against Self-Incrimination in Professional Disciplinary Proceedings, 96 Yale L.J (1987) (withcameron Beard). Triangular Lawyer Relationships: An Exploratory Analysis, 1 Georgetown J. Legal Ethics 15 (1987). Permissive Affirmative Action for the Benefit of Blacks, 1987 U.Illinois L. Rev. 379 (David C. Baum Memorial Lecture). Professional Ethics, Rules and Conduct, in Conference Papers, ALI-ABA Arden House III National Conference on the Continuing Education of the Bar (November 13, 1987), reprinted 34 CLE Journal and Register 5 (1988). The Public Nature of Private Adjudication, 6 Yale L. & Pol'y Rev. 42 (1988) (with Paul D. Scott). Communitarian Ethics and Legal Justification, 59 U. of Colo. L. Rev. 721 (1988). Forms of Action Under The Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, 63 Notre Dame L. Rev. 628 (1988). Four Portraits of Law Practice, 57 UMKC L. Rev. 1 (1988). Ethics and Politics in the Corporate World, 6 Yale J. on Regulation 155 (1989) (book review). 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