Today’s business world requires leaders who are ethical and understand the complex legal impact of their decisions. The Michigan Ross business law faculty can help turn you into that kind of leader.

Law plays a central role in value creation, and Michigan Ross shows you how all the different aspects of law — antitrust, contracts, corporate governance, employment, intellectual property, liability, and securities regulation — intersect when making business decisions.

Business law faculty research focuses on the role of law in promoting ethical conduct and more socially responsible behavior — values that inform your learning.

Dana Muir, Acting Chair
dmuir@umich.edu 

Jen Mason, Faculty Support Administrator
masonlj@umich.edu

Business Law Faculty Directory

ACTING CHAIR: DANA MUIR

Dana Muir is a nationally recognized expert on fiduciary and remedial issues especially in the fields of investments, pension plan funding, plan investment selection and investment policies, and investment advice. Her research reaches extensively into her peer academic community (both domestically and internationally), the legal community at-large, as well as the legislative, judicial and executive branches of the U.S. government.

BUSINESS LAW COURSES FOR CPA EXAM

Learn more about how Michigan Ross can prepare you to succeed in your CPA Exam.

CENTER FOR VALUE CHAIN INNOVATION

The Center for Value Chain Innovation partners with industry to promote greater innovation and excellence in value chains through interdisciplinary research, through leadership, education, and a proliferation of ideas that address critical business and societal issues.