Before joining the UT College of Law, Amarante taught for four years at the University of Nevada Las Vegas William S. Boyd School of Law. At UNLV, Amarante taught contracts and small business law; he also directed the Small Business and Nonprofit Legal Clinic. Prior to teaching, Amarante worked with Sullivan & Cromwell’s corporate group in Palo Alto and the business transaction group of Davis Wright Tremaine. At the University of Tennessee, in addition to his teaching, Amarante will assist non-profit businesses through work with the Legal Clinic.
Rohr joins the faculty of the UT College of Law after spending two years on faculty at the Cardozo School of Law. He specializes in corporate law, securities regulation, and contracts. Rohr’s research interests focus on the role of private ordering in business associations. Prior to entering academia, Rohr practiced law for several years, primarily in the New York office of Sullivan & Cromwell LLP.