Professor John Humbach teaches Property, Professional Responsibility, Criminal Law and the First Amendment Seminar. He has authored numerous articles in the areas of First Amendment law, property law and professional responsibility, as well as computer-assisted instruction programs for first-year property students. He has also published two books, Whose Monet? and Landlord and Tenant: Cases and Text.
Prior to entering academia, Professor Humbach practiced corporate/securities law for five years on Wall Street. He serves as chairman of his community Architectural Review Board, and was active in the preservation of the 22,000 acre Sterling Forest, at the edge of the NYC metropolitan area.
Areas of expertise: property law, free speech, professional responsibility, eminent domain