Maureen Carroll, Alexandra D. Lahav, David Marcus & Adam Zimmerman

University of Michigan Law School; University of Connecticut School of Law; University of Arizona Rogers College of Law; Loyola Law School

Maureen Carroll is an Assistant Professor of Law at the University of Michigan Law School, where she teaches Civil Procedure and Complex Litigation. Her scholarship focuses on the relationship between civil procedure and civil rights litigation. Professor Carroll holds a B.S. magna cum laude in electrical engineering from Princeton University and a J.D. from UCLA School of Law. Alexandra D. Lahav is the Ellen Ash Peters Professor at the University of Connecticut School of Law. Her book, In Praise of Litigation (Oxford 2017) makes the case that litigation is a social good that promotes democracy and is a finalist for the ABA Silver Gavel Award. David Marcus is a professor at the University of Arizona Rogers College of Law. He has written widely on class actions, legal history, and administrative law. His work appears in the Georgetown Law Journal, the Texas Law Review, the University of Pennsylvania Law Review, and the University of Chicago Law Review, among others. Adam Zimmerman is a Professor of Law at Loyola Law School, Los Angeles, where he teaches complex litigation, administrative law and tort law. Professor Zimmerman’s scholarship explores the way class action attorneys, regulatory agencies and other public officials provide justice to large groups of people through overlapping systems of public and private law. His recent articles have been accepted for publication in the Columbia Law Review, Duke Law Journal, New York University Law Review,University of Pennsylvania Law Review, Virginia Law Review, and the Yale Law Journal. In 2016, the federal government adopted Zimmerman’s recommendations to permit class actions in administrative hearings based on findings that appear in his recent article in the Yale Law Journal, Inside the Agency Class Action, 126 Yale L.J. 1634 (2017).