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Law School Faculty Couples

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The National Law Journal’s Law Schools Hiring Faculty Couples featured University of Houston Law Center Professors Joan Krause and Richard Saver as an example of law professor couples that come as package deals.

Although it’s by no means a secret, I had no idea they were married for the longest time as they don’t share the same last name. I thought I had stumbled onto a bit of law school romance when my girlfriend and I ran into Profs. Saver and Krause at a local restaurant; my girlfriend clued me in before I had a chance to embarrass myself.

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  1. mw says:

    Just stumbled on your blog searching for Kent’s motion to transfer opinion to show a friend. In the late 90s, there were two faculty married couples at UH — the Rothsteins and the Rosenbergs — as well as three professors who married former students. :-)

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