Elizabeth Pollman is a Professor of Law at the University of Pennsylvania Law School. She teaches and writes on a variety of topics in business law, with a particular focus on corporate governance, purpose, and personhood, as well as startups, entrepreneurship, and law and technology. She serves on the Corporate Laws Committee of the American Bar Association and has served on the National Business Law Scholars Conference Board and the AALS Business Associations Executive Committee. Prior to joining academia, she was a research fellow at the Rock Center for Corporate Governance at Stanford Law School. She practiced law at Latham & Watkins in Silicon Valley and Los Angeles and served as a clerk for Judge Raymond C. Fisher of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. She earned both her BA and JD, with distinction, from Stanford University.
Corporate Governance, Corporate Law, Securities Regulation, Startups and Venture Capital