Ted Schneyer

Milton O. Riepe Professor Emeritus

Curriculum Vitae

Complete List of Publications

Education

  • J.S.M.Stanford Law School
    1971
  • Diploma of Comparative LawUniversity of Stockholm, Sweden
    1969
    Fulbright Grant
  • LL.B. Harvard Law School
    1968
    Graduated cum laude.
  • A.B. John Hopkins University
    1965
    Phi Beta Kappa; graduated with Honors

Admitted to Practice

  • California

Work Experience

  • Milton O. Riepe Professor of Law
    James E. Rogers College of Law
    1997 - present
  • Visiting Professor of Law
    Cornell Law School
    Fall 1997
  • Visiting Professor of Law
    University of Texas Law School
    Fall 1996
  • Professor of Law
    University of Arizona College of Law
    1986 - 1997
  • Visiting Scholar
    American Bar Foundation
    1981 - 1982
  • Professor of Law
    University of Wisconsin Law School
    1979 - 1986
  • Associate Professor of Law
    University of Wisconsin Law School
    1976 - 1979
  • Assistant Professor of Law
    University of Wisconsin Law School
    1972 - 1976
  • Assistant Professor of Law
    University of Nebraska Law College
    1971 - 1972
  • Teaching Fellow
    Stanford Law School
    1970 - 1971

Organizations

  • American Law Institute
    Elected Member
    1995 - present
  • American Bar Association

Public & Institutional Service

  • Member, Arizona State Bar Multijurisdictional Practice Task Force
    2002 - present
  • Co-Convenor, James E. Rogers College of Law Conference on the Future Structure and Regulation of Law Practice
    2002
  • Member, National Conference of Bar Examiners Drafting Committee for the Multi-State Professional Responsibility Exam (MPRE)
    1998 - 2001
  • Chair, AALS Professional Responsibility Section
    1995
  • Member, Arizona State Bar Committee on Professionalism
    1994 - 1995
  • Member, Arizona State Bar Committee To Review the Bar Admissions Process
    1987 - 1989
  • Member, Arizona State Bar Ethics Committee
    1986 - 1989
  • Member, Wisconsin Supreme Court Committee to Review ABA Evaluation of State's Attorney Disciplinary System
    1986
  • Member, Wisconsin State Bar Committee to Review the Code of Professional Responsibility
    1980 - 1983
  • Reporter, Wisconsin Supreme Court Committee on Mandatory Legal Malpractice Insurance
    1978 - 1979
  • Reporter, Wisconsin Supreme Court Committee to Study the State Bar
    1976 - 1977
  • Participant, Economics Institute for Law Professors
    1972

Awards

  • Selected by the American Bar Foundation to receive the 5th Annual W.M. Keck Foundation Award and Lectureship
    2000
  • Sanford D. Levy Memorial Award from Ethics Committee of the N.Y. State Bar Association
    1992
  • University of Arizona Foundation Grant
    1990
  • American Bar Foundation Meyer Grant
    1984
  • American Bar Foundation Visiting Scholar
    1982, 1981
  • Participant, NEH-Funded Legal History Workshop, University of Wisconsin Law School
    1981
  • Ford Foundation Grant
    1975
  • Smongeski Grant (University of Wisconsin)
    1974
  • Fulbright Grant
    1969, 1968