Indiana University-Purdue University, Indianapolis
Andrew R. Klein joined the law school in 2000, after eight years on
the faculty at Samford University's Cumberland School of Law. Before
entering the academy, Professor Klein practiced law with the Chicago
firm of Sidley & Austin, specializing in products liability litigation
involving pharmaceutical products. He earned his B.A. with distinction
in journalism and economics from the University of Wisconsin and a
J.D. with distinction from Emory University School of Law, where he
studied as a Robert W. Woodruff Fellow in Law and was editor-in-chief
of the Emory Law Journal.
Following law school, Professor Klein served for one year as a
law clerk to Judge Joseph W. Hatchett of the United States Court of
Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit. A member of the Illinois bar and the
American Law Institute, Professor Klein also serves as Reporter for
the Seventh Circuit United States Court of Appeals Civil Jury
Professor Klein is an active scholar, having published
articles in a number of leading law journals. He is also co-author of
a casebook, Torts: Cases, Problems and Exercises (Anderson Publishing
Co. 2003). In addition, Professor Klein is a dedicated classroom
teacher who has won seven student teaching awards during his career.
He was given the Black Cane Award by the student body in 2004. He
is currently serving as Associate Dean for Academic Affairs.
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