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Ronald J. Mann
Law School's Law Quadrangle Notes

Ronald J. Mann has joined the Law School faculty as Assistant Professor of Law. He received his J.D. from the University of Texas at Austin, where he was managing editor of the Texas Law Review and graduated first in his class.

Mann clerked for Justice Lewis E. Powell of the U.S. Supreme Court and was an assistant to the Solicitor General of the United States. He also practiced as a commercial real estate lawyer in Houston, where he represented both developers and lenders.

His publications have appeared in the New York University Law Review, Harvard Law Review, Texas Law Review and UCLA Law Review. He currently is at work on a textbook.

Mann's current research focuses on the dynamics of secured lending. He comes to the Law School from Washington University School of Law. Mann is teaching Real Estate Transactions in the fall term and Commercial Transactions and Intellectual Property in the winter term.

From the University of Michigan Law School's Law Quadrangle Notes, V. 40, Iss. 03 (Fall/Winter 1997).