University of Texas School of Law, J.D., with honors; Columbia University, B.A. Adjunct Professor of Law at the Southern Methodist University School of Law (since 1996). After co-founding and serving as the Note Editor of THE REVIEW OF LITIGATION at the University of Texas Law School, Mr. Rosenthal spent 30 years as a practicing litigator at the law firm of Baron & Budd, P.C., rising to head the Appellate Section of Baron & Budd for many years. He has been Board Certified in Civil Appellate Law for 20 years and has argued cases in the Supreme Court of the United States, six federal circuit courts of appeals, four state supreme courts, and many state intermediate appellate courts. He was elected to the American Law Institute (ALI) in 2007 and to the Board of the Texas Center for Legal Ethics in 2009, currently serves as the Board’s secretary, and was awarded the “Public Justice Award” in 1993 by the Trial Lawyers for Public Justice (TLPJ) for his “outstanding contribution to environmental protection and the public interest” as a result of his leadership and contributions to the Exxon Valdez litigation. He has taught Mass Tort Litigation and Toxic Torts at Southern Methodist University Law School for 16 years, and has published dozens of articles, including annual ones in the SMU LAW REVIEW on developments in toxic torts and mass torts as part of SMU Law School’s ANNUAL SURVEY OF TEXAS LAW.

Rosenthal’s teaching, advocacy, and practice focus on mass torts and complex litigation, toxic torts, products liability, and appellate law.

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