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Diane Elizabeth Eisenberg

This week, the CrimProf Blog spotlights Ave Maria Law School CrimProf Diane E. Eisenberg.

Professor Eisenberg began her legal career in private practice, working first as an associate at the San Francisco firm of Steefel Levitt & Weiss, in the area of complex civil litigation and later at Townsend & Townsend & Crew, in the areas of intellectual property, antitrust and complex commercial litigation.

Professor Eisenberg has also served as an attorney for the administrative office of the Judicial Council of California, and has taught at Golden Gate University School of Law, the University of Michigan Law School, and Hastings College of the Law. Her course offerings include Professional Responsibility, Criminal Law, and Law and Literature.

She earned a Bachelor of Arts in English and Religious Studies from the State University of New York, Stony Brook, a Master of Arts in English and American Literature from Princeton University, and a Juris Doctor from Harvard Law School. [Mark Godsey]