Professor of Law
LL.M., University of Connecticut School of Law
LL.B. (equivalent), Free University of Berlin School of Law
Corporate Social Responsibility
Int'l Business Transactions
Operation, Mgmt. & Control of Closely-Held Businesses (LL.M.)
Int'l Business Transactions & the Closely-Held Business (LL.M.)
Office: L 201
Professor Reich-Graefe first came to the United States on a Fulbright Scholarship when he earned his master’s degree at the University of Connecticut School of Law in 1997. He has served as a law clerk at the Berlin Court of Appeals in Germany, his native country, and has been in private practice as a corporate and financial lawyer at the former international law firm of Coudert Brothers LLP for seven years, both in Berlin, Germany (1997-2000) and in New York City (2000-2004). Prior to joining our faculty, Professor Reich-Graefe was a Visiting Professor of Law at the University of Connecticut School of Law from 2004 to 2006 where he taught Business Organizations, International Corporate Responsibility, and an introductory course in US law for international master students. He is admitted to practice in New York and Germany.
Calculative Trust: Oxymoron or Tautology?, 4 Journal of Trust Research 66-82 (2014) (peer-reviewed).