Kevin S. Marshall

Professor of Law

Kevin S. Marshall

Professor of Law

Bio

KEVIN S. MARSHALL

Professor of Law

Ph.D., University of Texas

J.D., Emory University

M.P.A., University of Texas at Dallas

B.A., Knox College

Professor Kevin S. Marshall teaches Contracts, Sales, Remedies, Corporate Finance, Nonprofit Law and Governance, and Law & Economics.  Dr. Marshall also serves as a Lecturer at the University of La Verne College of Business and Public Management where he teaches courses in economics, finance, public policy, and quantitative and qualitative research techniques.

He received the degree of Bachelor of Arts, cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa, with a major in Economics from Knox College in May 1982, and was conferred the degree of Juris Doctorate from Emory University in May 1985.  Dr. Marshall practiced law in Dallas, Texas for approximately twenty years in the areas of state/federal civil procedure and commercial litigation, as well as domestic and international competition law.  In May 1991, he received the degree of Master of Public Affairs from the University of Texas at Dallas. Upon completion of his doctoral dissertation titled Administered Protection: The Political Economy of U.S. Countervailing and Antidumping Laws, Professor Marshall was awarded a Ph.D. in Political Economy from the University of Texas, Dallas in December of 1993.

Dr. Marshall is certified in Quantitative Methods and Economic Analysis by the University of Texas at Dallas’ School of Social Sciences for his academic achievement and coursework in Descriptive and Inferential Statistics, Costs-Benefits Analysis, Social Science Research Methods, Regression Analysis, Advanced Regression Analysis, and Econometrics. Dr. Marshall is also a practicing economist and has served throughout the past 20 years as a consulting and testifying economic expert in state and federal courts throughout the United States with respect to cases involving economic issues in Robinson-Patman, antitrust, misappropriation of trade secrets, commercial, breach of contract, class-action fairness hearings, wrongful termination, employment discrimination, personal injury, and wrongful death.

Dr. Marshall has published and presented numerous books and articles involving the interdisciplinary workings of law and economics. Dr. Marshall’s published work has been cited by both state and federal appellate courts, as well as by numerous other published works and secondary sources.

Full Bio

KEVIN S. MARSHALL, Ph.D., M.P.A., J.D., Professor of Law, teaches Contracts, Sales, Remedies, Corporate Finance, Nonprofit Law and Governance, and Law & Economics.  Dr. Marshall also serves as a Lecturer at the University of La Verne College of Business and Public Management where he teaches courses in economics, finance, public policy and quantitative and qualitative research techniques.

He received the degree of Bachelor of Arts, cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa, with a major in Economics from Knox College in May 1982.  Upon graduating from Knox College, he attended Emory University’s School of Law in Atlanta, Georgia, where he was conferred the degree of Juris Doctorate in May 1985.  After graduating from law school, Dr. Marshall practiced law for approximately twenty years in Dallas, Texas.  The concentration of his practice was in the areas of state/federal civil procedure and commercial litigation, as well as domestic and international competition law.  In the fall of 1989, he enrolled in the political economy program at the University of Texas at Dallas.  In May 1991, he received the degree of Master of Public Affairs from the University of Texas at Dallas.  In December of 1993, he completed his doctoral dissertation entitled Administered Protection: The Political Economy of U.S. Countervailing and Antidumping Laws and was awarded the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Political Economy from the University of Texas, Dallas.

Additionally, Dr. Marshall is certified in Quantitative Methods and Economic Analysis by the University of Texas at Dallas’ School of Social Sciences for his academic achievement and coursework in Descriptive and Inferential Statistics, Costs-Benefits Analysis, Social Science Research Methods, Regression Analysis, Advanced Regression Analysis, and Econometrics.  Dr. Marshall continued to actively practice law through the summer of 2004 at which time he accepted a tenured track position with the University of La Verne’s College of Law in Ontario, California. Dr. Marshall was promoted to full professor and granted tenure in 2009. He is also a practicing economist and has served throughout the past 20 years as a consulting and testifying economic expert in state and federal courts throughout the United States with respect to cases involving economic issues in Robinson-Patman, antitrust, misappropriation of trade secrets, commercial, breach of contract, class-action fairness hearings, wrongful termination, employment discrimination, personal injury, and wrongful death.

Since 2010, Dr. Marshall has served as the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Law, Business and Ethics, a peer-reviewed academic journal published by the Pacific Southwest Academy of Legal Studies in Business. Dr. Marshall also serves as a Staff Editor for the American Business Law Journal, a peer-reviewed academic journal published by the Academy of Legal Studies in Business. Dr. Marshall previously served as the Editor of The Earnings Analyst, the annual publication of the American Rehabilitation Economics Association dedicated to the publication of peer-reviewed, quality manuscripts dealing with substantive research and practice issues in the areas of forensic vocational and economic evaluation and testimony.  Since entering academia on a full time basis in 2004, Dr. Marshall has published and presented numerous books and articles involving the interdisciplinary workings of law and economics. Dr. Marshall’s published work has been cited by both state and federal appellate courts, as well as by numerous other law reviews and secondary sources.

In addition to his above professional pursuits, Dr. Marshall has served through the years as an Adjunct Professor at various college institutions including Texas Wesleyan University’s School of Law, the Economic Department for Southern Methodist University’s Dedman College, the University of Texas at Dallas’ Business School and School of Social Sciences, and Our Lady of the Lake’s Graduate School of Business teaching both graduate and undergraduate courses in Antitrust Law and Regulation, the Regulation of International Trade and Economic Relations, International Business Transactions, International Trade Policy, Business Law, International Trade, Forensic Economics, Law and Economics, Quantitative Methods & Statistics for Management and Economics, Costs & Benefits Analysis, Law and Data Analysis, Managerial Economics, Microeconomics, Price Theory, International Economics, Real Estate Economics and Investment and Macroeconomics.