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Lecturer in LawEmail: George.Webster@dbr.com
Telephone: (310) 228-5685
Direct Line: (310) 203-4076 office
699 Exposition Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90089-0074 USA
Last Updated: November 8, 2017
George Webster is of counsel with Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP. He was admitted to the bar in California in 1978. Webster has taught the Bankruptcy class at USC Gould School of Law since 2001. Prior thereto, he taught at Loyola University School of Law.
Webster attended the University of California at Santa Cruz and University of California at Berkeley (BA with highest honors, 1974) and received his JD, cum laude, from Harvard Law School in 1978. He served as a law clerk to the Honorable Adrian J. Duplantier, United States District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana, in 1978-1979.
Webster is the author of “Collateral Control Decisions in Chapter Cases-Clear Rules v. Judicial Discretion” (American Bankruptcy Law Journal, 1977), “The Utility of Section 366 of the Bankruptcy Code” (Beverly Hills Law Journal, 1985), and “The Purple Elephant at Court – A Preview of Executive Benefits” (23 Norton Journal of Bankruptcy Law and Practice, 2014). He is a member of the State Bar of California (Debtor/Creditor Relations Committee, 1984-1987), the Los Angeles County Bar Association (Commercial Law and Bankruptcy Section, Executive Committee Member, 1999 – present, Chair of the Executive Committee, 2005-2006, Bankruptcy Committee Chair, 2001-2002), the Century City Bar Association (member of the Board); and a Fellow of the American College of Bankruptcy.
FACULTY IN THE NEWS
Jody Armour spoke on a panel hosted by the reform group Neighborhood Forward about the unintended consequences of a proposed menthol cigarette ban in California. "These kinds of bans and prohibitions only license the police to make more pre-text stops, and the Black community does not need more unjust interactions with police," he said. The story was also posted in EURweb.
Internet Legal Research on a Budget (with Carole A. Levitt). 2nd ed, American Bar Association Publishing, 2020.
“Contracts, Markets, and Justice: On Peter Benson's 'Justice in Transactions',” University of Toronto Law Journal.
Dorothy S. Lund
"The Cost of Doing Business: Corporate Crime and Punishment Post-Crisis," Corporate Law Academic Webinar.