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Friday, August 03, 2018

Liz Magill, Stanford Law Dean, to Become UVA Provost

M-elizabeth-magill-5-400x400Liz Magill, who succeeded Larry Kramer as the dean of the Stanford Law School in 2012, will leave to become the new provost at the University of Virginia.  She will remain at Stanford until her successor is in place.

Her new boss will be UVA's new president, James E. Ryan, also a former law professor (most recently the dean of Harvard's Graduate School of Education).  

Those interested in filling her shoes should contact Persis Drell, Stanford's provost, who is organizing the upcoming search.

Posted by Jeff Lipshaw on August 3, 2018 at 02:45 PM in Life of Law Schools, Lipshaw | Permalink

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