After graduating from Tech in 1972, I graduated from Fordham University in 1976 and Cornell Law School in 1979. I practiced law in the District of Columbia with the Administrative Conference of the U.S and the Solicitor of the Department of Labor. In 1985 I returned to NYC and worked in the general counsel’s office of Metropolitan Life, the Division of Enforcement with the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, and the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency. In 1993 I became a Freedman Fellow at the Temple University Law School, graduating with an LLM in 1995. Thereafter I joined the faculty of the University of Florida College of Law. followed by the Temple Law School, and the Florida International University College of Law from which I retired in 2016. My publications include:
Foreword: Critical Localities, Epistemic Communities, Rooted Cosmopolitans, New Hegemonies & Knowledge Processes: LatCrit XII—The Critical Locality and the Processes of Community, 20 St. Thomas L. Rev. 387 (2008).
Applying Heterodox Economic Theory to the Teaching of Business Law: The Road Not Taken, 41 San Diego L. Rev. 211 (2004).
The Rational Rogue: Neoclassical Ideology in the Financial Sector, 26 Vt. L. Rev. 263 (2002).
Stock Markets in Sub-Saharan Africa: Western Legal Institutions as a Component of the Neo-Colonial Project, 23 U. Pa J. Int’l Econ. L. 85 (2002)
Contemporary Financial Innovation: Orthodoxy and Alternatives, 51 S.M.U.L. Rev. 505 (1998).
The Scienter Requirement and Wash Trading in Commodity Futures: The Knowledge Lost in Knowing, 16 Cardozo L. Rev. 401 (1995).
Food, Globalism and Theory: Marxian and Insitutionalist Insights into the Global Food System, 43 Miami Inter-American Law Review 89 (2011).
Recovering from the Recovery: Law and the Processes of Accumulation by Dispossession. 26 St. John’s Journal of Civil Rights and Economic Development 107 (2011)).
Reevaluating Corporate Criminal Liability: Corporate Criminal Law and Institutional Economic Theory: It’s all about Power 41 Stetson Law Review 98 (2011)).
Economic Theory and the Road to Sustainable Economic Development, 2 Intercultural Human Rights Law Review 137 (2007).
Introduction: Economic Cluster, LatCrit X Symposium; Critical Approaches to the Economic In/Justice, 17 Berkeley La Raza Law Journal 1 (2006).
Economic Justice and Economic Theory: Limiting the Reach of Neoclassical Ideology, 14 U. Fla. J.L. & Pub. Pol’y 11 (2002).
Institutional Economics and Critical Race/LatCrit Theory: The Need for a Critical Raced Economics, 54 Rutgers L. Rev. 841 (2002).
Marriage and Domestic Partnership: Rationality and Inequality, 7 Temple Pol. & Civ. Rgts. L. Rev. 363 (1998).
Hurricane Katrina and the “Market” for Survival: The Role of Economic Theory in the Construction and Maintenance Disaster (book chapter in Hurricane Katrina: America’s Unnatural Disaster, University of Nebraska Press, Jeremy Levitt & Matthew Whitaker, eds., 2008).
I currently live in rural South Carolina and enjoying my retirement.