Maine Law welcomes new visiting professors

The University of Maine School of Law is pleased to welcome the following new professors:

Prof. Heidi Gorovitz Robertson Heidi Gorovitz Robertson is a distinguished professor of law at Cleveland-Marshall College of Law, as well as a professor of environmental studies in the University’s College of Urban Affairs. An expert in Property Law and Environmental Law, she has taught for 25 years and has served as associate dean for academic enrichment and director of student success. A dedicated teacher, she also has published widely and is a nationally recognized legal scholar. She earned her J.D. from the University of Wisconsin and her LL.M. and J.S.D. from Columbia University. Professor Robertson will join Maine Law as the Libra Visiting Professor, and will be teaching Real Estate Transactions (fall), Property (spring), and State and Local Government (spring).
Daniel Pi Daniel Pi was a visiting assistant professor at Mitchell Hamline School of Law in Minnesota and on the faculty at George Mason University. He has taught Criminal Law, as well as Contracts, Law and Economics, and Feminist Jurisprudence. His primary research area is in law and economics, and he has applied economic analysis in publications on criminal law, torts, constitutional law, and international law. He earned his J.D. from the University of Minnesota and a European Ph.D. in Law and Economics from the Universities of Bologna and Hamburg. Professor Pi will be teaching Criminal Procedure (fall) and Criminal Law (spring) at Maine Law.
Kaitlin Caruso Kaitlin Caruso, a graduate of Yale Law School, is an experienced public sector lawyer, currently serving as director of the New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs and previously as deputy director for policy and strategic planning for the Office of Consumer Protection. She also was senior counsel for Strategic Advocacy in the New York City Law Department and Legislative Counsel for the City Council in New York City. She has been a lecturer at Yale Law School, and continues to mentor students and to speak at Yale and other venues. Professor Caruso will be teaching Civil Procedure in the fall at Maine Law.