Dr. Michael Runnels
Associate Professor of Law and Social Responsibility
Sellinger Hall 406
JD, Fordham University
BA, University of Georgia
Rising to China's Challenge in the Pacific Rim: Reforming the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act to Further the Trans-Pacific Partnership, 39 Seattle U. L. Rev. 107 (2015).
Bringing New Governance Home: The Need for Regulation in the Domestic Workplace, 81 UMKC L. Rev. 899 (2013).
The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act & New Governance: Incentivizing Ethical Foreign Direct Investment in China and Other Emerging Economics, 34 Cardozo Law Review 294 (2012).
Cooperative NRDA & New Governance: Getting to Restoration in the Hudson River, the Gulf of Mexico, and Beyond, 77 Brooklyn Law Review 107 (2011).
Dispute Resolution & New Governance: Role of the Corporate Apology, 34 Seattle Law Review 481 (2011).
Corporate Social Responsibility and the New Governance: In Search of Epstein's Good Company in the Employment Context, 43 Akron Law Review 501 (2010).
Apologies All Around: Advocating Federal Protection for the Full Apology in Civil Cases, 46 San Diego Law Review 137 (2009).
UNCLOS and the Arctic: The Path of Least Resistance, 30 Fordham International Law Journal 1587 (2007).
One Nation Indivisible: The Use of Diversity Report Cards to Promote Transparency, Accountability, and Workplace Fairness, 9 Fordham Journal of Corporate and Financial Law 395 (2004).
Member of the Maryland Bar and the American Bar Association.