Taurus Myhand is an Assistant Professor of Law at Faulkner. Prior to joining the Faulkner Law faculty, he was a Corporate Litigation Associate at Richards, Layton, & Finger, P.A., the largest law firm in the State of Delaware representing some of the country’s largest publicly traded companies in high-stakes and complex corporate disputes.
Professor Myhand’s research interests include issues related to the Federal Rules of Evidence, the Fourth Amendment search and seizure doctrine, and issues related to Education Law. His articles have appeared in several journals, including University of Detroit-Mercy Law Review, Texas Journal on Civil Rights & Civil Liberties, Rutgers Race & the Law Review, and the Journal of the Legal Profession.
Professor Myhand teaches Evidence, Products Liability, Business Associations, and Education Law. He also serves as a coach on Faulkner Law’s nationally recognized trial advocacy team.
Professor Myhand received his B.S. from Excelsior College, his M.S.C.J. from Troy University, and his J.D. from the University of Alabama School of Law where he was the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of the Legal Profession. During law school, he also served as the National Vice-Chairman of the American Bar Association’s Law Student Division. His lives in the Birmingham area with his wife, Nastassia, who practices as a child advocate attorney, and their children Dani, Blair, Camille, and Chloe.