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John Hasnas
Professor
McDonough School of Business
Georgetown University

 
PROFESSIONAL

EDUCATION

SCHOLARSHIP

LECTURES, COLUMNS, 
AND OTHER PRESENTATIONS

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:

Georgetown University 

Professor of Ethics, McDonough School of Business and Professor of Law (by courtesy), Georgetown University Law Center; Executive Director, Georgetown Institute for the Study of Markets and Ethics

Courses taught: Structure of Global Industries, Leadership and Business Ethics, Ethical Management and White Collar Crime, Social Responsibilities of Business (Business School); Torts, Bioethics, White Collar Crime (Law Center)

Duke University Law School 

Visiting Associate Professor of Law, Spring 2009
Courses taught: Criminal Law

George Mason University School of Law

Associate Professor of Law, 1999-2005
Courses Taught: Torts, Criminal Law, White Collar Crime, Bioethics 

Washington College of Law, American University

Visiting Associate Professor of Law, 2002-2003

Courses Taught: Torts, Jurisprudence, Bioethics 

Kennedy Institute of Ethics

Visiting Scholar, 2002

Koch Industries, Inc.
Assistant General Counsel, 1997-1999 

Georgetown University 

Assistant Professor of Business Ethics and Adjunct Professor of Law and Philosophy, 1991-97

Courses taught: Business Ethics, Legal History Seminar: Law and Equity (Georgetown Law Center) 

Social Philosophy and Policy Center

Visiting Scholar, 1994

Temple University School of Law

Law and Humanities Fellow, 1989-91 

Courses taught: Bioethics, Criminal Law, Contracts, Jurisprudence 

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