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Julie Greenberg

Professor Emeritus

J.D., University of Michigan, cum laude

B.A., University of Michigan, cum laude

Professor Emeritus Julie Greenberg has been with Thomas Jefferson School of Law for 25 years. During her more than two decades in academia, she has taught a variety of courses, including Business Associations, Women and the Law, and Gender, Sexuality and the Law.

A. Thomas Golden

Emeritus Faculty Director, International Trade & Investment Law;

Director, American Legal Studies

J.D., University of California, Los Angeles;

B.A., Kent State University, cum laude

Kevin J. Greene

Professor of Law

J.D., Yale Law School;

B.A., State University of New York at Old Westbury, summa cum laude

Professor Kevin Jerome (“KJ”) Greene was drawn to academia to explore the dynamics of entertainment and intellectual property law at a deeper level. Before joining the faculty at Thomas Jefferson School of Law in 1997, Professor Greene built a successful career in New York representing major celebrities and powerhouse companies in the entertainment industry. 

Kenneth Vandevelde

Professor of Law

J.D., Harvard University, cum laude;

Ph.D., University of California;

B.A., University of Louisville, summa cum laude

After originally entering law school to prepare for a planned future in journalism or politics, Professor Ken Vandevelde has built an impressive career as a respected legal practitioner, author and educator. 

Linda M. Keller

Interim Dean

Associate Professor of Law

J.D., Yale Law School;

B.A., University of Richmond, summa cum laude

Brenda M. Simon

Associate Professor of Law

J.D., University of California, Berkeley (intellectual property certificate);

B.S., University of California, Los Angeles, summa cum laude

William Slomanson

Emeritus Professor

LL.M., Columbia University;

J.D., California Western School of Law;

B.A., University of Pittsburgh

Professor William Slomanson has been part of the Thomas Jefferson School of Law faculty for nearly four decades. Over the years, he has witnessed many classroom transformations. He recalls watching many students enter their first semester as smart college students, then growing to become wise legal advocates. 

Steven Semeraro

Professor of Law

J.D., Stanford Law School, with distinction; B.A., Rutgers, with highest honors

Professor Steven Semeraro believes that students learn best in a comfortable environment. He encourages students to think analytically or in his words, “think like a lawyer.” His goal is to lead students in the application of precise, analytical thinking, which is what originally attracted him to the legal profession. 

Marjorie Cohn

Emeritus Professor

J.D., Santa Clara University School of Law;

B.A., Stanford University, with departmental honors

in Social Thought and Institutions

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