Marilyn Blumberg CaneProfessor of Law
EducationB.A., magna cum laude Cornell University, 1971
J.D., cum laude Boston College Law School, 1974
Professor Cane has taught at NSU for over twenty-five years. She has taught courses in corporations, business entities, corporate finance, advanced corporate law, corporate law workshop, banking, securities regulation, secured transactions and business law ethics. She serves as a director of the Business Practice Clinic. She is the author of a treatise on securities arbitration. Her scholarship has appeared in law journals at Harvard, Stanford, Virginia and Vanderbilt, among others. She has been Chair of the Corporations, Securities and Financial Institutions Committee, and currently serves as Academic Chair of the Antitrust, Franchise and Trade Regulation Committee, of The Florida Bar Business Law Section. She is a member of The American Law Institute and a Fellow of The American Bar Foundation. She was a Parsons’ Fellow at the University of Sydney, Faculty of Law. She also taught law in Cambridge, England, Tula, Russian Federation and in Rome, Italy.
Prior to joining the faculty, she was a practicing lawyer for nine years, including a stint with a Wall Street law firm and as Counsel-Corporate Components to the General Electric Company at its worldwide headquarters. She is a member of the bars of New York (inactive status), Connecticut and Florida.
She graduated magna cum laude from Cornell University and cum laude from Boston College Law School where she was a member of the Boston College Law Review. She is a member of the Order of the Coif.