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About Marc L. Roark

Professor Roark joined La Verne Law in 2009. His teaching combines theory with practice, drawing on his experience in private practice. At the University of Tulsa, Professor Roark developed a Law and Literature course for students with an interest in theory and culture. Professor Roark has published articles on property, commercial law, Constitutional law, law and literature, and law and religion. Professor Roark has taught at the University of Tulsa College of Law and the University of Missouri-Columbia College of Law.
Professor Roark is currently working on projects involving the creation of private space in public, and on mobile money transactions under U.S. Payments Systems policy. Professor Roark is an active blogger and his writings have appeared on numerous websites including Property Prof Blog, The Law Street Journal, and Commercial Law Blog; Professor Roark will be blogging with Concurring Opinions this summer.

Positions

Present University of La Verne College of Law, University of La Verne
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Present Assistant Professor, University of La Verne
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Curriculum Vitae


Disciplines

Law

Research Interests

Commercial Law, Property, Comparative Law, Law and Literature, and Construction Law

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Contact Information

320 East D. Street
Ontario, CA 91750
(909) 460-2059

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Articles (7)

Unpublished Papers (2)