Professor Johnson has taught at the School of Law since 1985, and since 1995 he has
held the Robert O. Bentley professorship. Beginning in 2008, he also has held an
appointment to the faculty of the University of St. Thomas School of Law in Minneapolis,
where he holds the LeJeune Distinguished Chair in Law. Over the years, he has taught
business associations, securities regulation, corporate finance, and business planning
courses. 

Articles

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Innovation in Teaching LLCs: Introduction, Washington and Lee Law Review (2014)
 

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The Dwindling of Revlon (with Robert Ricca), Washington and Lee Law Review (2014)
 

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Rethinking How Business Purpose Is Taught in Catholic Business Education (with Michael Naughton and William Bojan), Journal of Catholic Higher Education (2013)
 

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Why Register Hedge Fund Advisers— A Comment , Washington and Lee Law Review (2013)
 

Book Chapters

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Reforming the Third Year of Law School (with Robert T. Danforth and David Millon), Reforming Legal Education: Law Schools at the Crossroads (2012)
 
The Financially Distressed Real Estate Partnership (with James Frenzel), Third Annual Mid Atlantic Institue on Bankruptcy and Reorganization Practice (1988)