Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna

Faculty - Vienna

Principal Instructors

Professor Richard Gamauf serves on the University of Vienna law faculty, and he has lectured on human rights in Loyola’s summer program for several years. He earned his Magister and Ph.D. from the University of Vienna. He also served as law clerk at the Austrian Constitutional Court.

Professor John F. Blevins is a Professor of Law at Loyola University New Orleans College of Law. His research and teaching interests include intellectual property, media and communications law, administrative law, internet and technology law, and property law. Professor Blevins earned a joint degree in law and history (M.A.) from the University of Virginia, where he was inducted into the Order of Coif, and served as the Articles Development Editor of the Virginia Law Review. He earned his bachelor's degree from Yale University, and attained distinction in the History major. After law school, Professor Blevins served as a law clerk to the Honorable Danny J. Boggs of the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit. Following his clerkship, he was an associate with Covington & Burling, LLP in Washington, D.C., where he focused on communications law, emerging technologies, and commercial litigation.

Professor Robert A. Garda, Jr. is the Fanny Edith Winn Distinguished Professor of Law at Loyola University New Orelans College of Law. He is a graduate of Duke Law School where he served as an articles editor on the Duke Law Journal. After law school, Professor Garda became a partner at Fabian & Clendenin where he concentrated in the areas of commercial litigation and education law. His teaching and scholarly interests are in the area of commercial law, constitutional law, disability law and education law. He is the author of numerous articles and book chapters on subjects ranging from equal protection, charter schools, and disability rights. He has taught in Costa Rica, Panama, Austria, Hungary and Brazil.

Professor Monica Hof Wallace is the Dean Marcel Garsaud, Jr. Distinguished Professor of Law at Loyola University New Orleans College of Law. Having graduated first in her class at Loyola University School of Law, Professor Wallace clerked for the Honorable Jacques L. Wiener, Jr. of the United States Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals and the Honorable Barry Ted Moskowitz of the United States District Court for the Southern District of California, before practicing with the firm of Correro Fishman Haygood Phelps Walmsley & Casteix (now Fishman Haygood et al.) Professor Wallace is widely published and has served on the Executive Committee for the Family and Juvenile Law Section of the American Association of Law Schools and is an active member of the Louisiana State Law Institute, the Louisiana Bar Association and Foundation, and the St. Thomas More Inn of Court. She is a frequent speaker on legal issues involving the family.

 

Other Lecturers

Professor Ursula Kriebaum serves on the University of Vienna law faculty. She has taught international human rights law at the University of Vienna, the European Masters Programme in Human Rights and Democratization (Venice, Italy), Vienna, Austria), the Austrian Federal Academy, and for North West Council on Study Abroad. She has worked in the office of the legal adviser of the Austrian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and was legal expert in the team of the Austrian Special Envoy for Holocaust Restitution Issues. She was delegate to the UN Preparatory Committee for an International Criminal Court. She served as expert in an EU Twinning Project on the Improvement of Statement-taking Methods and Rooms in Turkey. She was nominated by the Austrian government as one of three candidates for the election of the Austrian judge to the European Court of Human Rights in 2007. From 1999 to 2002, she was Member of the Human Rights Advisory Board of the Austrian Ministry of the Interior nominated by Amnesty International.