Associate Dean Paul Rose Elected to American Law Institute
Joining the ranks of the American Law Institute’s (ALI) newly elected members is The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law professor and Associate Dean for Strategic Initiatives, J. Gilbert Reese Chair in Contract Law, Paul Rose.
ALI’s membership is limited to 3,000 elected members comprised of lawyers, academics, and judges. Ohio State Law has a strong representation with 13 members and numerous active alums, including Judge Jeffrey Sutton.
“I’m honored to join so many of my colleagues in contributing to the vital work of ALI. It is a testament to the strength of our faculty that over a dozen Moritz faculty are currently serving as members of ALI,” shared Rose.
The members of ALI work together to produce scholarship that clarifies, modernizes, and improves the law. As a part of his membership. Professor Rose has joined the committee working on the Restatement of the Law in Corporate Governance, as well as the committee taking on Uniform Commercial Code Issues. Rose is hoping to see ALI renew its work on securities regulation, a focus it has not taken on in quite a few years.
Joining ALI is not only a prestigious honor, but a wonderful way to make an impact and shape the law. As Rose explains, “ALI gives me the opportunity to meet and work with dozens of excellent scholars, practitioners, and judges from across the United States. I’m excited by the opportunity I will have to play a part in influencing the law in my areas of research and teaching.”