Professor Margaret Kwoka, Adjunct Professor Rachel Bloomekatz elected to American Law Institute
Professor Margaret Kwoka and Adjunct Professor Rachel Bloomekatz were recently elected as two of the 59 new members of the American Law Institute class of 2021.
“This challenging year reminded us that ALI’s mission to protect the administration of justice and the rule of law is an ongoing one,” said ALI President David F. Levi. “I am proud to be a part of an organization that brings together people to discuss challenging topics in a courteous, informed, collegial, and productive way in an effort to find rules and solutions that work for everyone. Closing out this year, it is with great pride that I welcome this new class of members to the Institute.”
Kwoka joined the Moritz faculty in 2021 and is the Lawrence Herman Professor in Law at The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law. Prior to joining the Moritz faculty, she was a Professor of Law and Director of the Information Transparency Project at the University of Denver. She teaches Civil Procedure, Federal Courts, Administrative Law, and a workshop on privacy and transparency.
Bloomekatz is the founder of Bloomekatz Law LLC, where she focuses on Supreme Court, appellate, and complex litigation in federal and state courts. She is an experienced attorney and advocate representing plaintiffs and public interest organizations across the United States. She teaches Federal Courts at Moritz.