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About the Author

Therese Maynard

E-mail address: therese.maynard@lls.edu

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Education:

BA, summa cum laude, University of California Irvine, Phi Beta Kappa
JD, University of California Los Angeles, Order of the Coif

Background:

After graduation from law school, Therese Maynard practiced with the Los Angeles law firm of Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher where she specialized in securities litigation. Maynard, who has published extensively in the area of securities law, joined the Loyola faculty in 1983

Books:

Mergers and Acquisitions: Cases, Materials and Problems (2nd Edition 2009, Aspen Publishers, 
Inc.)
Mergers and Acquisitions: Cases, Materials and Problems (2005, Aspen Publishers, Inc.)
Corporations (audio book published by West Publishing Co., 2006)
Securities Regulation (audio book published by West Publishing Co., 2007)

Articles:

Teaching Transactional Skills Through Simulations, 10 Transactions: Tennessee Journal of 
Business Law 7 (2009)
Professional Ethics: Legal Pundits Loose Lipped, an op-ed piece published in the National Law 
Journal on April 19, 2004, (co-authored with Erwin Chemerinsky and Laurie Levenson)
Educating Ethical Business Lawyers in a Post-Enron World, published in Loyola Lawyer at p. 16 
(Fall 2003)
Law Matters. Lawyers Matter, 76 Tulane Law Review 1501 (2002)
Spinning in a Hot IPO: Breach of Fiduciary Duty or Business as Usual?, 43 William and Mary Law 
Review 2023 (2002)
Spinning in a Hot IPO: A Matter of Business Ethics, 16 Insights: Corporate & Securities Law 
Advisor (2002)
Do Lawyers Matter? Loyola Lawyer (August 2002).
Teaching Professionalism: The Lawyer as a Professional, 34 Univ. of Georgia L. Rev. 895 
(2000).
Essay, A Requiem:  Reflections on Gustafson, 57 Ohio State Law Journal 1327 (1996).