2011 Symposium

In cooperation with the Gonzaga Law Review and the American College of Commercial Finance Lawyers, the Center published a symposium on revised Article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code. The symposium contains the following 11 articles:

  • Scott J. Burnham, The Language of Revised Article 9,
    46 Gonzaga Law Review 215 (2011)
  • Kenneth C. Kettering, Harmonizing Choice of Law in Article 9 with Emerging International Norms,
    46 Gonzaga Law Review 235 (2011)
  • Steven L. Harris, Charles W. Mooney, Jr., Using First Principles of UCC Article 9 to Solve Statutory Puzzles in Receivable Financing,
    46 Gonzaga Law Review 297 (2011)
  • Neil B. Cohen, William H. Henning, Freedom of Contract vs. Free Alienability: An Old Struggle Emerges in a New Context,
    46 Gonzaga Law Review 353 (2011)
  • Jane K. Winn, Electronic Chattel Paper: Invitation Accepted,
    46 Gonzaga Law Review 407 (2011)
  • Lissa Lamkin Broome, 
    Supergeneric Collateral Descriptions in Financing Statements and Notice Filing,
    46 Gonzaga Law Review 435 (2011)
  • Harry C. Sigman, Improvements (?) to the UCC Article 9 Filing System,
    46 Gonzaga Law Review 457 (2011)
  • Steven L. Schwarcz, Helping Microfinance Become Commercially Sustainable,
    46 Gonzaga Law Review 495 (2011)
  • Paul M. Shupack, The Assignee of an Article 9 Security Interest: Two Sets of Drafting Errors and How to Live with Them,
    46 Gonzaga Law Review 503 (2011)
  • G. Ray Warner, Article 9’s Bankrupt Proceeds Rule: Amending Bankruptcy Code Section 552 Through the UCC “Proceeds” Definition,
    46 Gonzaga Law Review 521 (2011)
  • Stephen L. Sepinuck, Perfecting Article 9: A Partial Prescription for the Next Revision,
    46 Gonzaga Law Review 555 (2011)

Curricular Offerings

As part of its ongoing mission to focus on the practice of law from a transactional perspective, the Center is developing curricular offerings for law students. These courses will be simulations that require students to apply knowledge that crosses the traditional segmentation of commercial and business law to solve realistic problems in a transactional setting.

Kalispel Commercial Code

The CLC and University Legal Assistance joined together to draft a commercial law code for the Kalispel Tribe. The project, modeled on Article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code, was designed to help attract commercial investment and facilitate commercial development on tribal property. The Kalispel Tribe formally adopted the new law in 2008.