By Chelsea Dubey
The University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law is proud to announce the
addition of two full-time and three visiting faculty members beginning in the fall
Daniel Schaffzin, director of Clinical Programs and Externships and assistant professor
of law, joined the U of M two years ago as a visiting assistant professor. He teaches
the Civil Litigation Clinic, externship seminar and trial advocacy, and has previously
taught Contracts I and II. Schaffzin co-coaches the National Mock Trial Team. Prior
to joining the law school faculty, he was a visiting assistant professor at the University
of North Dakota School of Law.
Boris Mamlyuk, assistant professor of law, is teaching Contracts I and II and Sales.
Mamlyuk was most recently a visiting assistant professor at Ohio Northern University.
Tienne Anderson, Tennessee Board of Regents Access and Diversity visiting assistant
professor, is teaching Civil Procedure II. Anderson was most recently an adjunct professor
at the U of M. Prior to that, she was a visiting professor at Royal University of
Law and Economics, Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
Lydie Cabrera Pierre-Louis, visiting assistant professor of law, is teaching Business
Organizations I, Secured Transactions and Decedents’ Estates. Prior to joining the
Memphis Law faculty, she was an assistant professor at St. Thomas University School
of Law in Miami and a visiting assistant professor at Florida International College
of Law in fall 2010 and University of Cincinnati College of Law in spring 2011.
Angela Laughlin, visiting professor of law, is teaching Civil Procedure I and II and
Evidence. Laughlin joins the Memphis Law faculty from Texas Tech University School
of Law in Lubbock, Texas, where she was a professor.
Memphis Law is celebrating 50 years as the Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law this academic