Matthew Jennejohn

Matthew Jennejohn

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Professor Matthew Jennejohn joined the faculty in July 2013. He teaches and writes on topics relating to contracts, innovation, competition law, and corporate governance. Most recently, his primary research project has examined how new forms of collaborative contracting have emerged to structure innovative activity across firms, and how legal institutions should respond in turn. Before coming to BYU, Professor Jennejohn practiced for several years in the New York office of Shearman & Sterling LLP, where his practice focused on the multi-jurisdictional defense of cross-border M&A transactions and other competition-related issues. Professor Jennejohn is a graduate of the Columbia University School of Law (JD 2007), the London School of Economics (MSc 2004), and Brigham Young University (BA w/ Honors 2002), and he served as a law clerk for Chancellor Leo E. Strine, Jr. of the Delaware Court of Chancery, which is the specialized trial court that handles disputes in the leading jurisdiction for corporate law in the United States.

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