Eric Fink, Associate Professor of Law
(336) 279-9334, email@example.com
Eric Fink teaches in the areas of civil procedure, socio-legal studies, labor & employment law, professional responsibility, administrative law, and consumer rights. His research examines legal problems, institutions, and practices from a sociological perspective; his current projects include studies of formal and informal regulation in recreational fly fishing, privatization of municipal public services, and the conception of law in anarchist political thought.
Before joining the Elon faculty, Fink taught legal writing at Stanford Law School, and practiced law in San Francisco and Philadelphia. He has also taught at St. Joseph’s University, University of Chicago and The Anglo-American College in the Czech Republic. He has a bachelor’s degree from The Johns Hopkins University, a master’s degree in sociology from the London School of Economics, and a law degree from New York University School of Law, and was a doctoral student in sociology at the University of Chicago.