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Profile of Francis J. Mootz — McGeorge School of Law New Dean

Francis J. Mootz III

William S. Boyd Professor of Law
Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Faculty Development

Phone: 702 895-2092

Education:
B.A., University of Notre Dame
A.M., Duke University Graduate School (Philosophy)
J.D., Duke University School of Law

Professor Jay Mootz is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame, Duke University Graduate School and Duke University School of Law. He joined the William S. Boyd School of Law in 2008 after eighteen years as a law professor at three schools. He draws from his practice experience as a commercial litigator and his graduate work in philosophy to sustain varied scholarly projects. He has written in traditional doctrinal areas such as insurance, contract and sales law, and he also has undertaken an ambitious agenda of interdisciplinary scholarship exploring relationships between law and contemporary European philosophy. His courses include Sales, Payment Systems, Jurisprudence, Contracts and Insurance Law.

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