Professor Phillips has written extensively in the areas of business ethics, foreign
trade and investment, commercial law, corporations, the Uniform Commercial Code, the role
of legal scholarship and law schools in developing nations and foreign legal systems, and
federal restrictions on aviation and foreign investment. 

Prior to joining the Northeastern faculty, Professor Phillips was a Fulbright scholar and
lecturer at Seoul National University Graduate School of Law, a fellow of the
International Legal Center and a consultant to the US Cultural Attache to the Republic of
Korea and the Agency for International Development. Professor Phillips served as a
co-reporter of a Boston Bar Association project to revise the Massachusetts Business
Corporation Law. The revised statute was passed and signed into law, effective July 2004.
He teaches in the areas of corporate and business law. 



The illegal-settlements myth, Commentary (2009)


An essay: six competing currents of rule 10b-5 jurisprudence, School of Law Faculty Publications (1988)

During the 1970’s and 1980’s, the United States Supreme Court decided a number of cases...