Professor of Law and Ethics, School of Business and Leadership
Brad's pedagogical philosophy is that his job is to prepare students for what happens "next" and next means their personal and professional lives. To that end he teaches courses such as Law and Ethics, Dispute Resolution, Sports Law, and Nevernever Land.
He firmly believes that some authors write about things that no-one else cares about, so he develops scholarship with (he hopes) actual utility and value. Current examples include law review articles addressing "Cyberprocreation" - using the Internet to create human life, professional and amateur athletics - including the National Letter of Intent and Title IX, the impact of the Internet on the American jury system and, basically whatever he finds intellectually challenging and pragmatically useful at the time.
Spring Semester 2019
BUS 340C Law and Ethics in Business, TTh 11:00-12:20, Mc 303
CONN 387 Never-Never Land, TTh, 9:30-10:50, Wy 201