The Charles S. Rowe Professorship in Law Brian C. Murchison
The Charles S. Rowe Professorship in Law was established in 2002 by Charles S. Rowe, a member of the undergraduate Class of 1945 and of the Law Class of 1950 from Fredericksburg, Virginia, to promote interdisciplinary work between law and journalism. The holder of the chair possesses expertise in the law relating to the media and works with the journalism department to enhance research in the relation of the law to the practice and principles of journalism.
Current (and First) Charles S. Rowe Professor of Law:
Brian C. Murchison, Professor of Law
J.D., Yale University
B.A., Yale University