February 02, 2010
Three new scholars will be joining the Tulane University Law School faculty beginning July 1, 2010.
Adam Feibelman is an expert in commercial law, including bankruptcy and banking. He comes to Tulane from the University of North Carolina School of Law, where he has taught since 2005. A graduate of Yale Law School, Adam received his BA from Wesleyan University. He clerked on the US 6th Circuit after graduating from law school and spent two years at the University of Chicago Law School as Bigelow Fellow & Lecturer in Law. He has also taught at the University Cincinnati College of Law and is Visiting Professor at Tulane during the spring 2010 semester. Prior to law school, he was a writer and reporter.
Saru Matambanadzo’s scholarly and teaching interests are particularly broad, ranging from corporate law to legal history and legal theory. After receiving her law degree at Harvard, she completed an MA in Women’s Studies from UCLA and is currently a PhD candidate in Women’s Studies, where her dissertation focuses on Legal Personhood Before 1900. Saru’s undergraduate degree was conferred by the University of Pittsburgh. She has taught and lectured at UCLA, California State-Long Beach, and the University of Oregon. She is a co-author of Sex Discrimination in a Nutshell, published by West.
’s primary interests are energy law, administrative law, and environmental law, with emphasis on natural resources, climate change, and water resources. After receiving both BA and law degrees from the University of Chicago, she worked as an associate at the Washington, DC and Silicon Valley offices of the Latham & Watkins law firm. Since 2008, she has taught at The George Washington University Law School and at The George Washington University environmental studies program.