About Ingrid Michelsen Hillinger
Professor Ingrid Michelsen Hillinger is a professor of law at Boston College Law School where she teaches a variety of commercial law/bankruptcy courses including Business Bankruptcy, Contracts, and Secured Transactions. She was named one of the 26 "best law teachers" in the country by the authors of What the Best Law Teachers Do (Harvard University Press, 2013), and was the 2002 winner of the Boston College Distinguished Teaching Award. She is a co-editor of Chapter 11 Theory & Practice: A Guide to Reorganization, a multi-volume bankruptcy treatise. She is co-author of an Article 9 case book, Commercial Transactions: Secured Financing: Cases, Materials & Problems, which adopts a problem-solving approach to teaching transactional law.
Professor Hillinger has taught at a variety of schools during her 36-year teaching career - William & Mary, the University of Texas at Austin, Emory University, Northeastern University School of Law and the University of Connecticut School of Law. While at William & Mary, she received an Outstanding Teacher Award from the Virginia Council on Higher Education.
- Fall 2016: Commercial Law: Secured Transactions, U.C.C. Reporter Digest, Contracts
- Spring 2017: U.C.C. Reporter Digest, Business Bankruptcy
Ingrid Michelsen Hillinger
Professor of Law
Boston College Law School
885 Centre Street
Newton Center, MA 02459
Bankruptcy Law (9)
Introduction: The Future of Chapter 11: A Symposium Cosponsored by the American College of Bankruptcy Boston College Law Review (2005)
Professor Ingrid Michelsen Hillinger offers introductory remarks to the Symposium: The Future of Chapter 11, cosponsored by the American College of Bankruptcy and the Boston College Law Review and held at the Boston College Law ...
Secured Transactions (6)
Deposit Accounts Under the New World Order North Carolina Banking Institute (2002)
The new world is upon us. Repent. Revised Article 9 is the law in every state. Commercial deposit accounts are now available as original collateral. Bringing commercial deposit accounts into the Article 9 fold significantly ...
Commercial Law (1)
Uniform Commercial Code (2)
American Legal History (1)
Family Law (1)
Equitable Distribution: Virginia Code Section 20-107 Virginia Bar Association Journal (1982)
In Virginia traditional alimony was the only form of recompense allowed to a divorced spouse until 1977. Property was divided according to title, either his, hers or theirs. In 1977, the legislature added the possibility ...