Layne Keele joined the law school faculty in 2010 as an Associate Professor of Law. Prior to that, he practiced in the Appellate Section and the Intellectual Property Litigation Section at Haynes and Boone, LLP in Dallas, Texas.
Professor Keele graduated summa cum laude from the Freed-Hardeman University Honors College with a B.B.A. (2001). He then graduated magna cum laude from the Indiana University Maurer School of Law (2005), where he was elected to the Order of the Coif and the Order of the Barristers. Professor Keele also served as a Managing Editor for the Indiana Law Journal. After law school, Professor Keele clerked for the Honorable Deborah L. Cook of the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit.
Professor Keele teaches remedies and pretrial practice. He lives in Wetumpka with his wife, Kelli, and their three daughters, Jolie, Macy and Emory.
J. ALEXANDER TANFORD & LAYNE S. KEELE, THE PRETRIAL PROCESS (2d ed., LexisNexis 2013).
J. ALEXANDER TANFORD & LAYNE S. KEELE, THE PRETRIAL PROCESS-DOCUMENT SUPPLEMENT (2d ed., LexisNexis 2013).
Layne S. Keele, Res‘Q’ing Patent Infringment Damages After ResQNet: The Dangers of Litigation Licenses as Evidence of a Reasonable Royalty, 20 TEX. INTELL. PROP. L.J. 181 (2012).
Ed Dawson, Sharon Finegan, Layne Keele, & Ryan Paulsen,United States Supreme Court Update, 22 THE APPELLATE ADVOCATE 247 (2010).
Layne S. Keele & Ryan Paulsen, Texas Courts of Appeals Update - Procedural, 22 THE APPELLATE ADVOCATE 68 (2009).
George Parker Young, Layne S. Keele & Josh Borsellino, "A Rough Sense of Justice" or "Practical Politics"? Recent Texas Supreme Court Opinions on Causation, THE ADVOCATE, Summer 2009, at 154.
Ben L. Mesches & Layne S. Keele, Texas Courts of Appeals Update - Procedural, 21 THE APPELLATE ADVOCATE 205 (2009).
Ryan C. Hudson, Layne S. Keele & William D. White, State Law IP Litigation Issues, THE ADVOCATE, Winter 2008, at 110.
Layne S. Keele, When Mohammed Goes to the Mountain: The Evidentiary Value of a View, 80 IND. L.J. 1091 (2005).