David Millon is the J.B. Stombock Professor of Law at Washington and Lee University.
A highly respected scholar in the areas of corporate law and legal history, Millon has
written about some of the most pressing issues of the day, from corporate social
responsibility to the Enron collapse to the law and politics of hostile takeover

Articles & Essays


Corporate Law After Hobby Lobby (with Lyman P. Q. Johnson), Business Lawyer (2015)


Comment on the proposed definition of “eligible organization” for purposes of Coverage of Certain Preventative Services Under the Affordable Care Act (with Lyman P. Q. Johnson, Stephen M. Bainbridge, Ronald J. Colombo, Brett McDonnell, Alan J. Meese, and Nathan B. Oman), Faculty Scholarship (2014)


Radical Shareholder Primacy, University of St. Thomas Law Journal (2014)


Shareholder Primacy in the Classroom After the Financial Crisis, Journal of Business & Technology Law (2013)
Shareholder Social Responsibility, Seattle University Law Review (2013)


Book Chapters


Reforming the Third Year of Law School (with Robert T. Danforth), Reforming Legal Education: Law Schools at the Crossroads (2012)

Addresses & Presentations

Institutional Shareholders and Corporate Responsibility, 5th International Conference on COrporate Social Responsibility (2012)
Klobel v. Royal Dutch Petroleum Co., Southeastern Association of Law Schools Annual Meeting (2012)
Corporate Law and Human Rights, Panelist, Law and Society Association Annual Meeting (2012)
Shareholder Social Responsibility, Presenter, Berle IV: The Future of Financial/Securities Markets (2012)
Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability, Presenter, Towards Sustainable Companies: Identifying New Avenues (2011)