A.B., magna cum laude, Harvard College, 1964
LL.B., Harvard University Law School, 1967
Practice experience: Associate and partner, Berkowitz, Lefkovitz, Isom & Kushner, Birmingham, 1967-75
Joined Cumberland faculty: 1975
Teaching and research interests: State constitutional law, state and local taxation, commercial law, bankruptcy, business organizations
Director, Cumberland State Constitutional Law Project
Currently co-writing Alabama's Supreme Court and Legal Institutions: A History
Co-author, From Maverick to Mainstream: Cumberland School of Law, 1847-1997 (University of Georgia Press, 1997), with Cumberland Professor David J. Langum.
Fellow, Alabama Law Institute; reporter, Business Entities Committee.
Member, American Law Institute and its Consultative Groups on Restatement of Agency and Restatement of Restitution. Member, American Bar Association Business Law Section and its committees on consumer bankruptcy and partnerships.
Visiting Professor, University of Tennessee School of Law, summer 1999 and 2000.