Ronald B. BrownProfessor of Law
EducationLL.M., Freedman Fellow in Legal Education, Temple University, 1976
J.D., University of Connecticut, 1973
B.S.M.E., Northeastern University, 1970
Professor Brown has been teaching full-time at the Law Center since 1976 and has been a tenured full professor since 1981. He regularly teaches: Property, Real Estate Transactions Law, Contracts, Negotiable Instruments and Legislation (focusing on statutory interpretation). He has also taught other courses such as Constitutional Law, Administrative Law, Sales, and Secured Transactions. His activities include serving as the faculty advisor to the Law Center's chapter of Toastmasters and to the Law Center’s Moot Court Society, both of which he helped found. He is on the editorial board of the Center for Computer Assisted Legal Instruction (CALI) and for years he was a regular contributor to Keeping Current-Property in PROBATE & PROPERTY magazine which is published by the ABA Section on Real Property, Probate and Trust Law. On occasion, he has served as an arbitrator, legal consultant, expert witness or special master. For more details about his career and a list of his publications, left-click on "Curriculum Vitae" above. Students may view Professor Brown's suggestions about picking courses, preparing for the bar exam, or other information by going to Professor Brown's page on the Student Intranet and left-clicking on the appropriate tab.
Areas of Interest
- Negotiable Instruments
- Real Estate