Clark W. Furlow
Professor of LawB.A., Boston University
J.D., Emory University
Advanced Corporate Law Seminar, Agency and Unincorporated Organizations, Corporation Law, Delaware Influence on Corporate Law, Partnership Law
Prior to joining the faculty, Professor Furlow practiced corporate law in Wilmington, Del. He represented plaintiffs and defendants in stockholder class and derivative actions in state and federal court. He argued numerous corporate cases in the Delaware Supreme Court and the Delaware Court of Chancery. Thirty-three of the cases in which he was involved led to published judicial decisions. Some have been included in law school casebooks.
Professor Furlow served as the vice-chairman (1983-86) and chairman (1986-88) of the Delaware State Bar Association's Professional Ethics Committee and as assistant secretary (1983-87) and secretary (1987-88) of the Delaware Board of Bar Examiners.
Professor Furlow earned his undergraduate degree at Boston University in 1973 and his law degree from Emory University School of Law in 1977 where he served on the editorial board of the Emory Law Journal and as a director of the Moot Court Honor Society. He is a national member of the Order of Barristers.