Peter Oh Joins Pitt Faculty
The University of Pittsburgh School of Law is pleased to welcome its newest full-time faculty member, Peter Oh. Professor Oh's scholarship focuses on the intersection between law and business and uses both interdisciplinary and intradisciplinary methods. He will teach Business Organizations, Agency & Partnership, Corporate Finance, and Law & Economics. Professor Oh comes to Pitt from the William Mitchell College of Law, where he was an Assistant Professor. He previously taught at Florida State University College of Law as a Visiting Assistant Professor. His publications include "Tracing," 80 Tul. L. Rev. 849 (2006); "Gatekeeping," 29 J. Corp. L. 735 (2004); and "A Jurisdictional Approach to Collapsing Corporate Distinctions," 55 Rutgers L. Rev. 389 (2003). He received his BA from Yale and his JD from the University of Chicago.