|0||Faculty||Hwang, Cathy||Associate Professor||Business, Contracts, Corporate Governance, Corporate Law, Law and Economics, Securities, Taxation|
|0||Faculty||Hill, David||Professor (Clinical)||Business, Commercial Law, Corporate Law, Legal Education, Legal Methods, Legal Writing|
|0||Faculty||George, Erika||Professor||Business, Constitutional Law, Corporate Law, Ethics, Gender, Human Rights, International Law, Race and Law|
|0||Faculty||Schwartz, Jeff||Professor||Business, Business Organizations, Corporate Law, Securities, Securities Regulation|
|0||Faculty||Bernstein, Melissa||Director, James E. Faust Law Library, Librarian, Professor (Lecturer)||Business, Corporate Law, Legal Research|
|3||Library Faculty||Bernstein, Melissa||Director S.J. Quinney Law Library, Librarian, Professor (Lecturer)||Business, Corporate Law, Legal Research|
News and Events
The University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law is excited to welcome Cathy Hwang to the faculty. Hwang will teach several courses related to business law, including business organizations (the introductory business law course) as well as mergers and acquisitions. She will also co-coach the Transactional LawMeet team with Professor Jeff Schwartz in the […]
New research from University of Utah law professor Christopher L. Peterson was featured on Fox 13 and Univision on Tuesday. Peterson’s research evaluates the agency’s performance and effectiveness as consumer financial civil law enforcement agency that is working to prevent harm — such as predatory lending and other fraudulent practices — from harming consumers. His analysis, Consumer Financial Protection […]
A new study by University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law professor Christopher L. Peterson analyzes the U.S. government’s effort to create an effective consumer financial protection agency.
Ralph R. Mabey, Professor of Law at the University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law, will chair an international panel on the subject of “Solving Corporate Group Insolvencies” on June 16, 2015, in Naples, Italy, at the annual conference of the International Insolvency Institute.
Professor Jeff Schwartz presented a paper titled, “The Corporatization of Personhood,” at the Law & Society Association conference in Minneapolis May 29- June 1, and the National Business Law Scholars Conference in Los Angeles, June 19-20. Read the abstract and paper »
“Be it resolved: Corporations should not be considered people under the U.S. Constitution.” 5:30: Reception 6:00 – 7:30: Debate The Fordham Debate is named in honor of Professor Jefferson B. Fordham, an outstanding legal scholar and defender of individual and civil rights who joined the University of Utah College of Law faculty in 1972. The annual […]