Paul E. Lund is a Professor of Law at the Charleston School of Law, where he has taught since 2006. At Charleston, he has taught Civil Procedure I & II, Evidence, Contracts I & II, Equity and Equitable Remedies, and Conflict of Laws. Professor Lund previously served as Associate and Interim Dean at the Appalachian School of Law, where he also taught as an Associate Professor of Law. He also has served as a full-time visiting professor or teaching fellow in the law schools at Florida State University, the University of Chicago, the University of Oklahoma, Syracuse University, and the University of South Carolina. Professor Lund writes primarily in the fields of civil procedure and federal jurisdiction. He earned his LL.M degree from Yale Law School, his J.D degree from Florida State University College of Law, and his bachelor’s degree from Florida State University. He practiced as a litigation attorney with the Carlton Fields law firm in Tampa, Florida, and served as law clerk to the Honorable Paul H. Roney of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit. He holds memberships in both The Florida Bar and the American Bar Association.
The Timeliness of Removal and Multiple-Defendant Lawsuits, Baylor Law Review (2012)
Although the procedure for removing cases from state to federal court has existed for nearly...
Federally Chartered Corporations and Federal Jurisdiction, Florida State University Law Review (2009)
Stalking the Mertiless Claim: Summary Judgement in the Federal Courts, Florida Bar Journal (1989)
Article received award for best lead article published in the Florida Bar Journal in 1989-1990.
Contributions to Books
Extraordinary Writs and Remedies, Florida Civil Practice Before Trial (1993)
Other Scholarly Activities
Member of Program Committee, Southeastern Association of Law Schools (SEALS), 2003 through present (2009)
Moderator, "Challenges (and Solutions) Teaching Civil Procedure" panel, SEALS Annual Conference, Palm Beach, Florida (2008)