Mark R. Gillen
Biography

Mark Gillen was appointed to the Faculty of Law in 1987 as assistant professor, was promoted to associate professor in 1992 and to full professor in 2001. He teaches Securities Regulation, Business Associations, Trusts, Tax and Competition Law. His primary areas of research are corporate law, securities law and trusts. In addition to being a co-author and co-editor of The Law of Trusts: A Contextual Approach, he is the co-author (with Robert Yalden, Janis Sarra, Paul Paton, Ron Davis and Mary Condon) of Business Organizations: Principles, Policies and Practice (Emond Montgomery, 2007) as well as several other notable texts on securities regulation, corporations, and trusts.

 
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