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Tobias Wolff has taught at the University of California, Davis
Law School since 2000. He writes and teaches in Civil Procedure
and Constitutional Law.
In the field of Procedure, he
has specialized in complex litigation
and the conflict of laws.
His forthcoming work focuses
on the federal Class Action
Fairness Act of 2005. He is
co-author of a casebook —
"Civil Procedure: Theory and
Practice" — now in its second edition. Tobias has consulted on a
number of major class action proceedings and currently sits on the
executive committee of the AALS section on Conflict of Laws. He
also serves as a member of the executive board of the Equal Justice
Society, an organization that seeks to translate the insights of the
academy into progressive reforms in law and policy. Prior to joining
the University of California, Davis Law School, Tobias clerked
for Judges Betty Binns Fletcher and William A. Norris, both of
the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, and practiced as a litigator at
Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison in New York.