Charles R. P. Pouncy
Associate Professor of Law
B.A., Fordham University
J.D., Cornell Law School
LL.M., Temple University School of Law
Charles Pouncy has been a law professor since 1995, previously serving on the faculties at the University of Florida College of Law and the Temple University School of Law. Highly regarded by his students, he teaches in the areas of business associations, corporate finance, commercial law, banking law and professional responsibility. Professor Pouncy has lectured widely, and in 2000 taught Business Associations and Securities Regulation to Chinese law professors at Jilin University School of Law in Changchun, Jilin, P.R.C. In his relatively brief time in academia, Professor Pouncy has written in a wide range of areas, including corporate law, stock markets in developing countries, law and economics, and critical race and gender theory. Before entering the academy, he had served as a Senior Trial Attorney at the Commodity Futures Trading Commission and at the Office of Thrift Supervision, U.S. Department of the Treasury.