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Professor, School of Law
Office: Hosmer Hall 284
Email: Kurt A. Strasser
Biography (Provided by the School of Law faculty website):
Professor Strasser teaches Environmental Law, Contracts, and Antitrust. He graduated from Vanderbilt University in 1969, and earned his J.D., also from Vanderbilt, in 1972. In 1986 he earned a J.S.D. from Columbia University. Following law school Professor Strasser practiced law with Neal and Harwell in Nashville, Tennessee and taught at Mercer Law School. Professor Strasser joined the University of Connecticut Law School faculty in 1981 and has taught here since that time, serving as Associate Dean for Academic Affairs from 1996-99, and as Interim Dean from 2006-07. He has twice been a Visiting Professor at Exeter University in England. His scholarly writing is primarily concerned with the law of corporate groups as well as with environmental law and policy. His work has been published in numerous academic journals. Professor Strasser is a co-author Blumberg on Corporate Groups (2d. ed., 5 vols.), as well as the annual supplements to this treatise. He is also the co-author, with Mark Kohler, of Regulating Utilities with Management Incentives. His latest book is Business Environmentalism: Good Works, Good Business or Greenwash(2011).