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Professor David Skeel

S. Samuel Arsht Professor of Corporate Law
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David Skeel, S. Samuel Arsht Professor of Corporate Law, University of Pennsylvania - School of Law
ECGI Research Associate (2006) :

Biography    
David Skeel Jr. has been S. Samuel Arsht Professor of Corporate Law at the University of Pennsylvania LawSchool since Jan, 2004. His previous teaching appointments are:

Visiting Professor of Law, Georgetown University Law Center (Fall 2004)

Professor of Law, University of Pennsylvania Law School (Jan, 1999-2003)

Associate Professor of Law, Temple University School of Law (July, 1993- 1998)

Visiting Associate Professor of Law, University of Pennsylvania Law School (Fall 1997)

Olin Professor and Visiting Associate Professor of Law, University of Virginia School of Law (Spring 1996)

Visiting Associate Professor of Law, University of Wisconsin Law School (July, 1993- June, 1994)

Assistant Professor, Temple University School of Law (July, 1990- June 1993)

He teaches courses in Corporations; Bankruptcy; Law, Literature, and Interpretation Seminar; Gambling and Market Speculation Seminar; Corporate Governance Seminar; Contracts I & II; Secured Transactions.

Research Interests
Bankruptcy
Corporate law
Debt relief and sovereign bankruptcy
Law and poetry
Law and religion

ECGI Working Papers (Click title for more details)
Governmental Intervention in an Economic Crisis ECGI Law Working Paper 345/2017 March 2017
The New Synthesis of Bank Regulation and Bankruptcy in the Dodd-Frank Era ECGI Law Working Paper 308/2016 March 2016
Rediscovering Corporate Governance in Bankruptcy ECGI Law Working Paper 307/2016 March 2016
Who Writes the Rules for Hostile Takeovers, and Why? - The Peculiar Divergence of US and UK Takeover Regulation ECGI Law Working Paper 073/2006 September 2006

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