The MCL academic team is pleased to announce that Laura Bradford will teach the U.S. corporate law module as part of the Masters in Corporate Law programme in 2019-20.
The module familiarizes students with key features of U.S. corporate law. Topics covered will include directors' duties, shareholder voting, minority shareholder protection and stockholder litigation.
Laura has taught corporate and intellectual property law at George Mason University Law School and George Washington University School of Law in Washington DC. Before coming to the UK, she served as the first Intellectual Property Counsel at the American University in Cairo (AUC). There she negotiated the first university spin-off of a start-up company in Egypt and taught in the AUC Law Program. Laura has served for the past three years as a Senior Legal Advisor at the University of Cambridge. She is an honours graduate of Yale University and Stanford University Law School and began her career as an associate at Debevoise & Plimpton in New York. Laura is dual-qualified in the US and the UK.