Hon. Paul V. Morgan, Jr.
J.D., Albany Law School
B.A. Union College
As adjunct professor in the School of Business, Professor Morgan teaches law courses at both the graduate and undergraduate level. He also serves as an adjunct professor at Albany Law School where he conducts courses in Surrogate’s Court Procedure. He is the recipient of various teaching awards including: An award of membership in the Golden Key National Honor Society, the Harold L. Cannon Memorial Award for outstanding undergraduate teaching, The School of Business Dean’s Large Lecturer/Adjunct Award for outstanding teaching in a large lecture center by an adjunct professor, The University at Albany President’s Award For Excellence in Teaching by Part-Time and Non-Tenured Track Faculty, The Outstanding Faculty Award in recognition of contributions to the Disabled Community, The University at Albany Student Association Award for Excellence in Teaching, The John S. Levato Endowed Teaching Award and the award for making a Positive Difference in Students’ Experience.
BLAW 220, Business Law.
BLAW 321, Law of Business Organizations.
BLAW 422/522. Trust and Estates.
BLAW 680, Topics in Business.
Surrogate’s Court Procedure.