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Charles E. Rounds, Jr.


Charles E. Rounds is a professor of law at Suffolk University Law School, where he teaches Drafting Wills and Trusts; Agency; Trusts; and Legal Structures of Mutual Funds in Civil Law and Common Law Jurisdictions. He joined the faculty of Suffolk after serving as a lawyer for the First National Bank of Boston. Among other professional activities, Rounds serves as a resident scholar of the Beacon Hill Institute and is a member of the advisory committee of the Cato Project on Social Security Choice. Rounds has a bachelor's degree from Columbia University, a Juris Doctor from Suffolk University, and a Certificate in German from the Defense Language Institute. He is the author of numerous editions of Loring and Rounds: A Trustee's Handbook.

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Articles by Charles E. Rounds, Jr.

Law Professor Blows the Whistle Nov 04, 2012
Professor Brian Tamanaha’s book explains much that is wrong with law schools these days.

Trivializing Law School Apr 01, 2010
A course in writing can’t make up for law schools’ purging of essential legal doctrine.

Bad Sociology, Not Law Jan 04, 2010
The widespread abandonment of the traditional legal curriculum argues in favor of a back-to-basics law school.

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