Linda S Mullenix
Linda S. Mullenix holds the Morris and Rita Atlas Chair in Advocacy at The University of Texas School of Law. She teaches federal civil procedure, mass tort litigation, current issues in class action litigation, class action litigation in a global context, and state class action procedure. She has been a college and law professor since 1974, and has taught complex litigation, federal courts, conflicts, professional responsibility, and civil justice reform. Professor Mullenix has been a longstanding contributor to "Preview of Supreme Court Cases" and a regular columnist for the "National Law Journal," writing on complex litigation. She is a member of the American Law Institute, associate reporter for the "Restatement of the Law Governing Lawyers" and a consultative member of the "Complex Litigation Project" and the "Transnational Rules of Civil Procedure." She has served as a consultant on numerous complex litigations involving asbestos, tobacco, blood products, breast implants, pacemaker lead, fen-phen, employment discrimination, securities and small claims consumer class actions.