Furnish presents papers in Mexico City
Dale Furnish, professor emeritus of the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, recently lectured on “The Rights of Secured Creditors in Bankruptcy Reorganizations: A Comparison of Mexican and U.S. Law” at the Institute of Judicial Studies in Mexico City.
The lecture was held on Oct. 28.
Furnish enjoys an international reputation for his work in comparative law and International commercial and trade law, as well as U.S. commercial law. Bilingual in Spanish, he has been invited to teach and speak in every country in South and Central America, and has served as Visiting Professor at the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) and the University of Sonora, Mexico (UNISON) and on two occasions at the Catholic University of Peru. Professor Furnish was elected a Supernumerary Member of the Mexican Academy of Private International and Comparative Law in 2003, one of only two U.S. jurists so honored to date.
He has taught courses on Contracts, Secured Transactions and other Uniform Commercial Code topics, Creditor-Debtor, Bankruptcy, Mexican (Comparative) Law and NAFTA.
Judy Nichols, Judy.Nichols@asu.edu
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