Doug Rendleman Robert E. R. Huntley Professor of Law

Phone: 540-458-8934


Office: 4009 Lewis Hall 

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Area of Expertise

Remedies, Civil Procedure


BA, 1963, University of Iowa

MA, 1965, University of Iowa

JD, 1968, University of Iowa

LLM, 1970, University of Michigan


Admitted to practice in Iowa and Virginia; Frances Lewis Scholar in Residence, Washington and Lee University, fall 1987; Robert E. R. Huntley Professor of Law and Director of Frances Lewis Law Center, 1988-91; Robert E. R. Huntley Professor of Law, 1991-.

Recent Publications

Briefs to the U.S. Supreme Court

Brief of Restitution and Remedies Scholars as Amici Curiae in Support of Respondent: Spokeo v. Robins (Doug Rendleman, Douglas Laycock and Mark P. Gergen) 

Scholars' Supreme Court Amicus Brief in Support of Neither Party: Petrella v. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (Douglas Laycock, Mark P. Gergen and Doug Rendleman)


Enforcement of Judgments and Liens in Virginia (Doug Rendleman) (2013)

Remedies: Cases and Materials  (Doug Rendleman and Caprice L. Roberts) (2011)


The Triumph of Equity Revisited: The Stages of Equitable Discretion (Doug Rendleman) Nevada Law Journal (2015)

Collection of Student Loans: A Critical Examination (Doug Rendleman and Scott Weingart) Washington and Lee Journal of Civil Rights and Social Justice (2014)

Remedies: A Guide for the Perplexed (Doug Rendleman) Saint Louis University Law Journal (2013)

- See Prof. Rendleman's full list of publications at his Scholarly Commons page.