Mark DeAngelis

Adjunct Faculty

Business Law

Education/Professional Certification

J.D., Suffolk University, Summa Cum Laude
B.S., University of Connecticut, Magna Cum Laude

Areas of Expertise

Business Law Pedagogy, Popular Culture Representations of the Legal Profession and Legal System Business Civil Liability Court Systems Civil Justice System, Commercial law; Courses taught – BLAW 3175: The Legal and Ethical Environment of Business; BLAW 3277: Law and Ethics for Professional Accountants


Mark DeAngelis, retired Assistant Professor in Residence, began his employment at the University of Connecticut in 1998 as an Adjunct Professor and was hired full-time in 2003. He graduated first in his class from Suffolk Law School. Mark represented clients in the civil justice systems of the state and Federal courts of Connecticut, Massachusetts and New Hampshire for 19 years. In the classroom, Mark found innovative ways to teach business law lessons. He has used popular music in class and has composed songs for use by his students to analyze, study and recall legal principles. He shares many of these classroom resources with interested colleagues at his highly regarded “Legal Studies Classroom” blog site. Mark has earned national recognition by the Academy of Legal Studies in Business as a Master Teacher Finalist and served as President of The North East Association of Legal Studies in Business.

Contact Information
Office HoursBy Appointment
CoursesBLAW 3175/BADM 3720 The Legal and Ethical Environment of Business
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