Expertise Guide: Bankruptcy ⋅ Page 1

Andrea Boyack

Floyd R. Gibson Endowed Professor of Law,

Professor Andrea Boyack joins Mizzou Law from Washburn University School of Law where she was the Norman R. Pozez Chair of Business & Transactional Law and co-director of the school’s Business and Transactional Law Center. Professor Boyack has written and published extensively in the areas of consumer law and housing issues, including pieces on tenant rights and eviction, consumer bankruptcy,…

Alexander Gouzoules

Associate Professor of Law,

Professor Gouzoules arrives at Mizzou Law from Loyola University-New Orleans College of Law, where he taught as a Westerfield Fellow. His recent scholarship focuses on public policy issues that arise from private law systems, including corporate law and bankruptcy. He also writes in the field of constitutional law and on the subject of law and religion. His publications have appeared…

Garrett Pratt

Adjunct Professor of Law,

Professor Garrett Pratt is an adjunct associate professor teaching Law of Tax Exempt Organizations. He is currently a senior attorney for the Large Business & International Division of the IRS Office of Chief Counsel in Kansas City where he litigates tax shelter and other complex tax cases before the U.S. Tax Court. Garrett is passionate about mentoring and advising law…

Michelle Arnopol Cecil

William H. Pittman Professor Emerita of Law, School of Law

Professor Cecil joined the faculty in 1989 after serving as an associate with the law firms of Isham, Lincoln & Beale, and Sidley & Austin in Chicago, where she worked in litigation and tax and employee benefits. While in law school she was a writing competition note and comment editor of the Illinois Law Review. Professor Cecil has received seven…

R. Wilson Freyermuth

Robert L. Hawkins, Jr./Dale A. Whitman Chair, School of Law

Curators' Distinguished Teaching Professor, University of Missouri

John D. Lawson Professor of Law, School of Law

Professor Freyermuth joined the law faculty in 1992. He teaches in the areas of Property, Real Estate, and Secured Transactions, and has co-authored widely-used texts in all three areas. He received MU’s William T. Kemper Fellowship for Excellence in Teaching in 2007, and was appointed a Curators’ Distinguished Teaching Professor in 2009. Professor Freyermuth is active in law reform efforts,…