January 24, 2011
I want to thank Professors Chaffee, Colesanti, Fershee, and Padfield for giving me the opportunity to guest blog here on the Business Law Prof Blog. I follow the blog regularly and enjoy reading their posts. In my time here, I will do my best to maintain the standard they have set.
A bit about myself: I’m a professor at the University of Nebraska College of Law, where I teach Business Associations, Securities Regulation, Accounting for Lawyers, Mergers and Acquisitions, and a course with the long-winded title, Securities Brokers, Mutual Funds, and Investment Advisers. (If you can think of a pithier title, let me know.) My scholarship focuses on securities law issues, but I’m also interested in the uses of technology in legal education. Along that line, I have authored 14 computer-assisted legal instruction (CALI) lessons and have developed a digital statutory supplement for securities courses (or for anyone else who wants to use it), DIGITAL SECURITIES LAW: STATUTES AND REGULATIONS. I also have a strong interest in legal humor, although I will try not to inflict that on anyone reading this blog.
If, for some odd reason, you want to know more, try here.
Enough about me. On to the blogging.
January 24, 2011 | Permalink
As a professor you are doing more jobs for students and your subjects are all about business and that is best.You also gave here information that you are in facebook so that is good for us that we can join with you and get best knowledge from you.The development of Digital Securities Law by you is also very beneficial for us.
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