Professor Biographies

Marilyn J. Berger B.S., Cornell University, 1965; J.D., Moot Court, University of California, Berkeley, 1970. Professor at the Seattle University School of Law. Admitted to practice in California and New York. Awarded a two-year Reginald Heber Smith Community Lawyer Fellowship, she has been a senior attorney with the Legal Aid Society of Marin County, California, and an associate of the San Francisco firm of Saltzman & Johnson. Professor Berger also has been a visiting professor of law at South Bank Polytechnic in London and at Kyoto University in Japan; a scholar-in-residence at the University of London and Washington University in St. Louis; a research fellow at the Kyoto Comparative Law Center; and an Inquiring Mind Scholar for the Washington Commission for the Humanities. Coauthor of the casebooks Pretrial Advocacy: Planning, Analysis, and Strategy, and Trial Advocacy: Planning, Analysis, and Strategy, she recently wrote and produced the legal documentary "Lessons From Woburn: The Untold Stories." She teaches civil procedure, gender and justice, and pretrial and trail advocacy.

Henry Wigglesworth graduated from Harvard College and the University of New Mexico School of Law. Between college and law school, he worked as a film editor in New York City. He taught Legal Writing at Seattle University School of Law for four years, when he collaborated with Professor Berger on the Woburn tapes. He now works as a staff attorney for the United States District Court in Seattle.

Arthur R. Miller University of Rochester A.B. 1955, Harvard Law School LL.B. 1958. Bruce Bromley professor of Law 1986. Member of the Harvard faculty since 1972. Representative Publications: Civil Procedure, with J. Cound, J. Friedenthal & J. Sexton 7th ed. (West, 1997) , Federal Practice and Procedure, with C. Wright and others (West, 1997) , Civil Procedure, with J. Friedenthal and M. Kane 2nd ed. (West, 1993), "Copyright Protection for Computer Programs, Databases, and Computer-Generated Works: Is Anything New Since CONTU?," 106 Harvard Law Review 978 (1993), Miller's Court, (Houghton Mifflin, 1985)

Deborah L. Rhode BA, Yale, 1974; JD, Yale, 1977. Clerk to Judge Murray Gurfein, U.S. Court of Appeals, Second Circuit, 1977-78; to Justice Thurgood Marshall, U.S. Supreme Court, 1978-79. Member of the Stanford faculty since 1979; director, Institute for Research on Women and Gender, 1986-90; director, Keck Center on Legal Ethics and the Legal Profession, 1993-; McFarland Professor, 1997-. Senior counsel to minority members, Judiciary Committee, U.S. House of Representatives, 1998. Cooperating attorney, ACLU, 1982-86. Visiting professor, Harvard, 1984- 85; Columbia, 1993; NYU, 1993, 1995, 1999; Yale, 1999. Trustee, Yale U., 1983-89. Member, California and District of Columbia bars.