Stephen Ware is the author of two books, nearly 40 law review articles, and dozens of other publications – all listed on his curriculum vitae. His writings have been cited by the Supreme Court of the United States and in at least 28 other federal and state cases. Ware's scholarly interests include judicial selection, alternative dispute resolution (arbitration, mediation, negotiation), commercial law (including bankruptcy), and private law generally. A versatile teacher, he has taught at several law schools, including William & Mary, Ohio State, Alabama, and Samford University's Cumberland School of Law, where he was a faculty member for 10 years before joining KU in 2003.
Outside the classroom, Steve Ware actively helps KU Law students as the coach of the KU Law bankruptcy moot court team and faculty adviser to the KU Law chapter of the Federalist Society.
Ware has testified before the United States Senate and House of Representatives, state legislatures and, as an expert witness, in court. He is a frequent speaker at academic conferences, continuing legal education programs, and other events. He has appeared on several TV and radio stations and been quoted in The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, USA Today, Financial Times, National Law Journal, and many other news outlets. He is an elected member of the American Law Institute (ALI) and an arbitrator for the American Arbitration Association. He is serving on the Journal of Legal Education’s editorial board from 2016 to 2019.
Clerk, Judge J. Daniel Mahoney, United States Court of Appeals, Second Circuit, 1990-1991; Associate, Davis Polk & Wardwell, New York City, 1991-1993; Assistant Professor, Associate Professor and Professor of Law, Samford University, Cumberland School of Law, 1993-2003; Visiting Professor of Law, College of William & Mary, Fall 1998; Visiting Professor of Law, Ohio State University, Fall 1999; Visiting Professor of Law, University of Alabama, Summer 2001; Visiting Professor of Law, University of Kansas, Summer 2002; Professor of Law, University of Kansas, 2003 to the present.
- J.D., honors, University of Chicago Law School, 1990, Editor, University of Chicago Law Review, Bradley Fellow;
- B.A., cum laude, University of Pennsylvania, American history and political science, 1987.
Samford Student ChapterCumberland School of Law
Birmingham, AL 35229
|Topics:||Administrative Law & Regulation • Corporations, Securities & Antitrust • Labor & Employment Law|
San Diego, CA 92101
Jeffrey F. Addicott • Jack Beermann • Josh Blackman • Samuel L. Bray • Johnny Rex Buckles • Jud Campbell • Gregory Dolin • Tessa Dysart • Richard A. Epstein • Scott D. Gerber • Andy Grewal • Sean J. Griffith • John C. Harrison • Gail L. Heriot • Carissa Byrne Hessick • Ryan Holte • Justin (Gus) Hurwitz • Irina D. Manta • Marah Stith McLeod • Robert T. Miller • Jonathan Mitchell • George Mocsary • Christina M. Mulligan • Michael B. Rappaport • Stephen E. Sachs • Tuan Samahon • Bradley Shannon • Erin Sheley • Ilya Somin • Lee J. Strang • David Upham • Eugene Volokh • Stephen J. Ware • Christopher Wolfe • John C. Yoo • David Zaring • Todd Zywicki
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Washburn Student ChapterWashburn University School of Law
Topeka, KS 66621
|Topics:||Federal Courts • State Courts|
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Private-Sector Courts and Markets for Law: Libertarian Fantasy or Enduring Reality of Arbitration LawChicago, Illinois 60604
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