- Visiting Professor of Law
- The George Washington University Law School
2000 H Street, NW
Washington, DC 20052
- [email protected]
Carliss Chatman received her JD from University of Texas at Austin and a BA from Duke University. She currently serves as an Associate Professor of Law at Washington and Lee School of Law. Professor Chatman teaches an array of business law, commercial law, and ethics classes including: Contracts and Sales and Leases; Agency and Unincorporated Entities, Corporations, Business Associations, and Securities Regulation; Professional Responsibility; and a Transactional Skills Simulation course with a Mergers and Acquisitions focus that incorporates corporate law and UCC Article 9. Her scholarship interests are in the fields of corporate law, ethics, and civil procedure. Prior to law teaching, Professor Chatman was a commercial litigation attorney in Houston, Texas. In practice, she focused on trial law, appeals and arbitration in pharmaceutical, healthcare, mass torts, product liability, as well as oil, gas, and mineral law.