Teaching

I am an Assistant Professor of Legal Studies and Strategic Global Management at the Fox School of Business at Temple University in Philadelphia, PA. I teach in both the undergraduate and graduate programs in the areas of Business Law and International Trade Law. I began my teaching

career in 2004 when I taught an undergraduate Law and Society course at the University of Maryland. Since then, I have served as an adjunct professor at numerous universities in the United States and overseas. I continue to lecture at many of these institutions.

My Temple University profile page can be found by clicking here.

 

Courses that I have taught at various Universities:


The Legal Environment of Business (Temple University)

U.S. Contract Law for Foreign Attorneys (American University)

Contract Drafting (Georgetown Law School)

U.S. Legal Institutions (Various institutions)

International Trade Law (American University)

Immigration Law (Universidad de Navarra, Spain)

U.S. Contract Law (Universidad de los Andes, Colombia)

Homeland Security Law (George Washington University)

Legal Writing (Georgetown Law School, American University)

International Trade and Economic Development (American University)

International Business Law (University of Maryland)

 

 

Link to Kevin Fandl's CV