Law Professor

Washington, DC –

Georgetown University Law School Adjunct Professor: Environmental Law (1983-84); International Negotiations (fall semesters 2008-)

China –

Wuhan University Law School: U.S. Constitutional Law to Chinese law college students, 2018 (2 weeks, 2 credit course)

University of International Business & Economics, Beijing: Climate Change to Chinese students, 2016 (4 weeks, 2 credit course);

National Judges College, Beijing: U.S. Civil Procedure to Chinese judges, 2009 (6 weeks);

Joint Temple/Tsinghua LLM Program, Beijing: Common Law Legal Reasoning and US Civil Procedure to Chinese judges & lawyers, 2007 (16 weeks)


Pericles/ABLE NGO: US LLM program course: Banking & Financial Law in 2012 (12 weeks), and in 2014 (6 weeks);

U. of San Diego Summer Program: Int’l Business Transactions to US law students 2007 (5 weeks)

U. of Virginia Law School            Visiting Professor 1981, 1984; Adjunct 1982-84

U. of Missouri Law School          Visiting Professor 1969-70

U. of Toledo College of Law        Professor 1966-76 (tenured in 1972)

Environmental law, international law, constitutional law, property law. Prepared original course materials on International Environmental Law. 

Published lead articles in Harvard Law Review, Stanford Law Review, Ecology Law Quarterly, and the American Journal of International Law

Lectures, in China (Beijing, Shanghai, Zhengzhou, Kaifeng, JHU Nanjing, Wuhan ) and India (Chandigarh, IIT Endore) on International Economics & WTO; the US Legal System; and US Environmental Law & Global Climate Change

Education - JD, Harvard Law School; BA, Northwestern University, Phi Beta Kappa and Honors in Economics