Alexander M. Meiklejohn
Professor of Law
AB, Amherst College; JD, The University of Chicago
Law School Academic
Center for Comm. & Engineering 322
Alexander Meiklejohn teaches Contracts, Commercial Law, Secured Transactions, Real Estate Transactions, and Franchise Law. His publications and research interests are in commercial law and franchising. He is a member of the American Bar Association Forum on Franchising and of the Executive Committee of the Connecticut Bar Association Section on Franchise Law. He serves as Legislative Liaison for that section. Before coming to Quinnipiac in 1981, he practiced real estate law, including zoning and state environmental regulations, in Woodstock, Vt.
Franchising: Cases, Materials, & Problems. Lead Editor, Chapter Author (ABA 2013)
State Franchise Regulation and the Contract Clause of the U.S. Constitution: Unresolved Issues Concerning American Federalism, 10 International Journal of Franchising Law, Issue 2, at 3 (2012).
State Franchise Regulation and the Contract Clause of the U.S. Constitution (Part 2): Reliable v. Deere, 10 International Journal of Franchising Law, Issue 3, at 3 (2012).
Redresssing Harm Caused by Misleading Franchise Disclosure: A Role for the Uniform Commercial Code, 3 Entrepeneurial Business Law Journal 435 (2009).
UFOCs and Common Law Claims Against Franchise Counsel for Negligence, 25 Franchise L.J. 45 (Fall 2005).