Nicholas L. Georgakopoulos

Professor Georgakopoulos produces scholarship in the intersection of business and uncertainty. He is the author of The Logic of Securities Law (forthcoming, Cambridge University Press); Principles and Methods of Law and Economics (Cambridge Univ. Press. 2005), a coauthor of the multi-volume Blumberg on Corporate Groups, and numerous articles that have received broad citation, including by the U.S. Supreme Court. 

He is active in the American Law Institute, the American Law & Economics Association, and the European Association of Law & Economics. He is also a founding member of the Midwestern Law & Economics Association and has served as an adviser to the Capital Markets Commission of Greece.

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CALI Lessons

Lesson Title CALI Topic(s)
The Capital Asset Pricing Model
Coase's Irrelevance 'Theorem'
Equitable Elimination of Entity Separation: Veil Piercing, Lender Liability, Equitable Consolidation
Executory Contracts in Bankruptcy
Fiduciary Duties: Meinhard v. Salmon
Fraudulent Transfers I - Types
Fraudulent Transfers II - Defenses
Fraudulent Transfers III - Leveraged Buyouts
Introduction to Accounting
Probability Theory 1: Descriptors and Conditional Probability
Probability Theory 2: Distributions, Bayes, Central Limit
The Registration Process - Part 1: Offers
The Registration Process - Part 2: Prospectus & Effectiveness
Tort in Agency : (a) Independent Contractor (b) Scope of Authority
Valuation: Basic Skills