Amy Gajda is recognized internationally for her expertise in media law, privacy law and higher education law. She brings her background as an award-winning television, radio and print journalist to her scholarly work navigating the tensions between social regulation and protected expression. Her scholarly articles on related matters have appeared in the California Law Review and multiple other legal journals, and she has presented her work at scholarly conferences around the world.
Sally Brown Richardson specializes in property law, community property law and comparative private law. Her scholarship and teaching focus on how property and community property doctrines might be modernized to operate more effectively and efficiently given changes in society since their creation. In doing so, she compares how property and community property doctrines operate in both common and civil law jurisdictions, and she considers what the different legal systems might learn from each other to better address modern property issues.
Saru M. Matambanadzo the Moise S. Steeg, Jr. Associate Professor of Law at Tulane Law School and the Ratner Family and New Day II Professor of Social Entrepreneurship at the Phyllis M. Taylor Center for Social Innovation and Design Thinking. She teaches classes in employment law, gender law, law and sexuality, feminist legal theory, poverty law, and business formation.
Gabe Feldman, director of the Tulane Sports Law Program and Tulane University's associate provost for NCAA compliance, is one of the leading voices in the country in the growing field of sports law. Named the Paul and Abram B. Barron Associate Professor of Law in 2015, he also is co-founder and co-director of the Tulane Center for Sport.
Feldman's extensive experience in sports law includes representing a variety of sports entities while he was in private practice, and he continues to act as a consultant for a number of clients in the sports industry.