University of Colorado Law School
467 Wolf Law Building
Boulder, CO 80309-0401
Phone: (303) 735-0207
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|J.S.D.||Cornell Law School||2006|
|LL.B.||University of British Columbia Faculty of Law||1993|
|B.A.||University of Toronto||1989|
Prior to joining the Colorado Law faculty in 2005, Professor Spitz studied law at Cornell Law School, the European University Institute, and the University of British Columbia. In addition, she clerked at the Supreme Court of British Columbia. A recipient of several fellowships, including a John M. Olin Foundation Fellowship, a British Columbia Law Foundation Graduate Fellowship, and a Gender, Sexuality & Family Project Scholarship, Professor Spitzís research focuses on regulatory and constitutional aspects of transnational economic integration in North America. She is especially interested in the relationship between corporate/commercial law, transnational private ordering, and what might be described as "public goods."
Professor Spitz has practiced transactional law in Canada and the United States, and taught commercial law at both Emory University and the University of New Mexico. Presently, Professor Spitz sits on the board of directors of the American Board of Certification, a non-profit organization that certifies American attorneys as specialists in Bankruptcy and Creditors' Rights. In her four years at Colorado, she has twice been honored with the Outstanding New Faculty Award.
|Spring 2010||Bankruptcy||LAWS 7021-001|
|Spring 2010||Advanced Contracts: Commercial Transactions||LAWS 7121-001|
|Fall 2009||Contracts||LAWS 5121-801|
|Spring 2008||Bankruptcy||LAWS 7021-001|
|Spring 2008||Advanced Contracts: Commercial Transactions||LAWS 7121-001|
|Spring 2008||Gender, Law and Public Policy||LAWS 7775-001|