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Paul F. Teich
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Areas of Expertise
  • Law School Pedagogy
  • Property Law

Paul F. Teich

Professor of Law


AB University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
JD University of Michigan Law School

Professional Background

A member of the New England Law faculty since 1987, Professor Teich previously was an associate professor and chairman of the faculty at the Nevada School of Law. In 1995, he was a visiting professor at the University of Bucharest School of Law in Romania. From 2000 to 2007, he served as associate dean at New England Law. He teaches Contemporary Popular Criticism of Lawyers and the Legal System, Modern Real Estate Transactions, and Property. He is the author of articles on property law, computer-assisted legal instruction, and the efficacy of the case method of law teaching and is a Fellow of the American Bar Foundation. Before coming to New England Law, he was a staff attorney for the Washtenaw County (Michigan) Legal Aid Society and the University of Michigan student clinic.

Selected Publications

The Real Estate Broker and the Unauthorized Practice of Law, 10 Real Estate Transactions (1995)

A Second Call for Abolition of the Rule of Merger by Deed, 71 University of Detroit Mercy Law Review 543 (1994)

How Effective is Computer-Assisted Instruction? An Evaluation for Legal Educators, 41 Journal of Legal Education 489 (1991)

Research on American Law Teaching: Is There a Case Against the Case System, 36 Journal of Legal Education 167 (1986)