Marquette Law Professor Publishes 100th Book
Released: Jan. 18, 2006
MILWAUKEE- Marquette University proudly honors Law Professor Jay Grenig as he reaches a rare professional milestone of 100 published volumes. Writing since 1977, Grenig’s 100 books address various law topics. His recent publications include West’s Federal Civil Discovery, West’s Federal Jury Practice and Instructions, Alternative Dispute Resolution, and eDiscovery and Digital Evidence.
A lot has changed in those 28 years. “As I look back on my writing, I’m amazed at how much the subject matter has expanded, whether looking at disability-related issues or the role of computers in the law,” said Grenig.
“Professor Grenig’s prodigious publication record serves the best traditions of Marquette University Law School,” said Dean Joseph D. Kearney. “In particular, his books help actual lawyers, seeking to represent the interests of clients, find useful information in an efficient way. The books thus constitute a real contribution not only to the profession but to the larger society.”
A member of the Law School faculty since 1980, Grenig served as Associate Dean for Academic Affairs from 1988 through 1992. He has taught civil procedure, dispute resolution, torts, property, employment law, labor law, federal courts, administrative law, and remedies.
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