Indiana Law welcomes seven new faculty in 2023
In one of its most productive hiring seasons in history, the Indiana University Maurer School of Law will have seven new faculty members beginning in fall 2023.
Valena Beety, Yvette Butler, Cindy Cho, Gabrielle Goodwin, Andrew Hammond, Jenn Oliva, and Cindy Williams comprise an impressive incoming class of highly regarded scholars and teachers.
“This incoming cohort is one of the most impressive we’ve ever brought to Bloomington and a clear sign that this Law School is committed to finding solutions to the most pressing challenges facing society,” said Indiana Law Dean Christiana Ochoa.
“The addition of Valena, Jenn, and Yvette will give us one of the strongest criminal law programs in the country. Andrew is one of the country’s best and brightest scholars in the area of poverty and administrative law. Cindy Cho and Gabe Goodwin are going to help improve our legal research and writing offerings, and Cindy Williams is considered one of the world’s leading authorities on corporate regulation and governance. To bring them all to Indiana University is a credit to the strength of our school and the hard work of our hiring committee.”
Hammond and Cindy Williams began their full-time roles with the school in January, while the other five will start in August.