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About Gregory Shill

Professor Shill joined the University of Denver, Sturm College of Law in 2013 after teaching at Hofstra Law School in New York. His research focuses on corporate and commercial law, with an emphasis on currencies and global financial regulation. His most recent article, published in the Harvard International Law Journal, proposes a federal statute to stimulate innovation of legal standards governing the enforcement of foreign judgments in the United States. He is currently working on articles on the European sovereign debt crisis and the potential for lawyers to contribute to systemic risk.
Professor Shill holds degrees from Harvard Law School, Columbia University, and the Jewish Theological Seminary. After graduating from Harvard, Professor Shill clerked for Judge Jennifer W. Elrod of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit and practiced in the New York and London offices of Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP. He primarily represented corporate clients in international business disputes and white collar investigations.
Professor Shill teaches International Business Transactions, International Commercial Arbitration, Corporations, and Contracts.


Present Post-Graduate Research Fellow, Harvard Law School
Present Visiting Assistant Professor of Law, University of Denver



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Trade Regulation (1)

Comparative and Foreign Law (2)

Commercial Law (2)

Law and Economics (2)

International Trade (1)

Dispute Resolution (1)

Legislation (1)

Economics (2)

Constitutional Law, Generally (2)

International Law (2)

Conflict of Laws (2)

Courts (1)

Corporations (1)

Contracts (1)

Transnational judgment enforcement (1)