1 Education Curriculum Vitae of Charles R.P. Pouncy Florida International University College of Law Miami, FL (O) (H) Degree Institution Field Dates LLM. Temple Law School Legal Education 1995 Philadelphia, PA J.D. Cornell Law School Law 1979 Ithaca, NY B.A. Fordham University Psychology 1976 New York, NY Full-Time Academic Experience Institution Rank Dates Florida International University Associate Professor of Law 2003-present College of Law (Tenured) Nova Southeastern University Associate Professor of Law Shepard Broad Law Center (Visiting) Temple Law School Associate Professor (Tenured) Temple Law School Associate Professor (Tenure-track) University of Florida Associate Professor Levin College of Law (Tenure-track) University of Florida Assistant Professor Temple Law School Abraham Freedman Fellow and Lecturer of Law
2 Page 2 Subject Areas Business Organizations, Corporations, Corporate Finance, Mergers and Acquisitions, Non Profit Organizations, Comparative Corporate Law, Corporate Governance and Social Responsibility, Professional Responsibility. Other Academic Experience Institution Rank Dates Jilin University Associate Professor Summer 2000 School of Law Changchun, P.R.C. Publications Articles Foreword: Critical Localities, Epistemic Communities, Rooted Cosmopolitans, New Hegemonies & Knowledge Processes: LatCrit XII The Critical Locality and the Processes of Community, 20 ST. THOMAS L. REV. 387 (2008). Applying Heterodox Economic Theory to the Teaching of Business Law: The Road Not Taken, 41 SAN DIEGO L. REV. 211 (2004). The Rational Rogue: Neoclassical Ideology in the Financial Sector, 26 VT. L. REV. 263 (2002). Stock Markets in Sub-Saharan Africa: Western Legal Institutions as a Component of the Neo- Colonial Project, 23 U. PA J. INT L ECON. L. 85 (2002) Contemporary Financial Innovation: Orthodoxy and Alternatives, 51 S.M.U.L. REV. 505 (1998). The Scienter Requirement and Wash Trading in Commodity Futures: The Knowledge Lost in Knowing, 16 Cardozo L. Rev. 401 (1995). Essays Food, Globalism and Theory: Marxian and Insitutionalist Insights into the Global Food System, 43 MIAMI INTER-AMERICAN LAW REVIEW 89 (2011)). Recovering from the Recovery: Law and the Processes of Accumulation by Dispossession. 26 ST. JOHN S JOURNAL OF CIVIL RIGHTS AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 107 (2011)).
3 Page 3 Reevaluating Corporate Criminal Liability: Corporate Criminal Law and Institutional Economic Theory: It s all about Power 41 STETSON LAW REVIEW 98 (2011)). Economic Theory and the Road to Sustainable Economic Development, 2 INTERCULTURAL HUMAN RIGHTS LAW REVIEW 137 (2007). Introduction: Economic Cluster, LatCrit X Symposium; Critical Approaches to the Economic In/Justice, 17 BERKELEY LA RAZA LAW JOURNAL I (2006). Economic Justice and Economic Theory: Limiting the Reach of Neoclassical Ideology, 14 U. FLA. J.L. & PUB. POL Y 11 (2002). Institutional Economics and Critical Race/LatCrit Theory: The Need for a Critical a Raced Economics, 54 Rutgers L. Rev. 841 (2002). Marriage and Domestic Partnership: Rationality and Inequality, 7 Temple Pol. & Civ. Rgts. L. Rev. 363 (1998). Book Chapters Hurricane Katrina and the Market for Survival: The Role of Economic Theory in the Construction and Maintenance Disaster (book chapter forthcoming in Hurricane Katrina: America s Unnatural Disaster, University of Nebraska Press, Jeremy Levitt & Matthew Whitaker, eds., 2008). Works in Progress Racialized Materialism: The Convergence of Color and Class in law and Life (with Athena Mutua) in Social Justice in Plural America: From Critical Theory to Legal Action (Frank Valdes & Steven Bend eds.) Thompson West (2013). Socio Economics and Corporate Finance: Initial Capitalization Requirements in the United States and Europe. Constructing and Deconstructing the Corporate Person: Reimagining a Theory of Corporate Personhood. Towards a LatCritical Political Economy: The Critical Progressive Imperative: Reciprocity, Redistribution and Justice.
4 Page 4 Presentations & Symposia ClassCrits V Workshop, From Madison to Zuccotti Park: Confronting Class and Reclaiming the American Dream; Moderator: State Action and the Concentration of Political Power; University of Wisconsin School of Law, Madison, WI, Nov. 16, Society of American Law Teachers Junior Faculty Development Workshop; Presentation: On Jurisprudence LatCrit Principles and Values The Evolution of Critical Theory, University of Maryland School of Law, October 4, LATCRIT XVI Global Justice, Theories Histories, Futures, Panel: Economic Reorganizations: Realities and Aspirations; Presentation: Towards a LatCritical Political Economy: The Critical Progressive Imperative: Reciprocity, Redistribution and Justice, University of San Diego Law School, San Diego, CA,, October 7, Law and Society Annual Meeting, Panel: After the Deluge: Employing Alternate Paradigm in Business Law; Presentation: Constructing and Deconstructing the Corporate Person: Reimagining a Theory of Corporate Personhood, San Francisco, CA, June 2-5, Florida International University Symposium Quality Education as a Constitutional Right, Presentation: Quality Education and the Institutional Structure of U.S. Society, Miami, FL, February 4, Florida International University, Diversity Week, Presentation: Racial Justice in Public School, Miami, Fl, April 5, Seton Hall Law School, Third National People of Color Scholarship Conference, Panel: International Financial Regulation; Presentation: Recovering from the Recovery: Law and the Processes of Accumulation by Dispossession, Newark, NJ, September 11, Southeastern Association of Law Schools Annual Meeting; Panel: Reevaluating Corporate Criminal Liability; Presentation: Corporate Criminal Law and Institutional Economic Theory: It s all about Power!, Palm Beach, FL, July 31, Departamento de Derecho, Universidad Iberoamericana & Latina and Latino Critical Legal Theory, Inc.; The South-North Exchange on Theory, Culture and Law, The Global Politics of Food, Panel: Neoliberal Trade Policy and Food Security; Presentation: Food, Globalism and the Corporate Cosmopolitan Project, Mexico City, May 7, Association of American Law Schools Annual Meeting; Socio-Economics and Law Section; Panel: Socio Economics and the Critical Schools: Conflict, Cross-Fertilization and Synthesis; Presentation: Binary Economic Theory and Anti Subordination-The Potential for Constructive Engagement, San Francisco, CA, January 7, 2009.
5 Page 5 Association of American Law Schools Annual Meeting; Socio-Economics and Law Section; Moderator, Open Forum: Socio-Economics and Racial Justice, San Francisco, CA, January 7, Sovereignty & Sustainable Development of Indigenous Peoples, A Centennial Meeting of the American Society of International Law, St. Thomas University School of Law, Miami, FL, Panel: Regulatory and Alternative Perspectives; Presentation: Neoclassical Economic Theory, Sustainable Economic Development and Indigenous Economics: Can We Get There From Here?, Miami, FL, January 27, LATCRIT X- Critical Approaches to Economic In/Justice: Panel: Critical Economic Thinking; Presentation: Decentering the Corporation: Maximizing Human Opportunity by Reconstructing the Business Enterprise, San Juan, Puerto Rico, October 8, LATCRIT X- Critical Approaches to Economic In/Justice: Moderator, Plenary Session Conference Theme Panel: Economic Theory, Practice and the Developing World, San Juan, Puerto Rico, October 8, America, Race and Law at the Crossroads, Second National People of Color Legal Scholarship Conference, George Washington School of Law, Washington, D.C. Moderator, The International Monetary Fund, Debtor Nations and International Trade and Finance: New Issues, Problems and Solutions, Washington, D.C., October 7, America, Race and Law at the Crossroads, Second National People of Color Legal Scholarship Conference. George Washington School of Law, Washington, D.C. Work in Progress Reviewer and Moderator, Trade Liberalization, Food Security and the Environment: The Neoliberal Threat to Sustainable Rural Development, by Carmen G. Gonzalez, Seattle University School of Law, Washington, D.C., October 8, University of Florida College of Law, Center for the Study of Race and Race Relations, 3 rd Annual Conference on Race and Race Relations: Interdisciplinary Perspectives and Recommendations, Presentation: Economic Theory and Economic Justice, University of Florida School of Law, Gainesville, FL, March 21-22, Association of American Law Schools Annual Meeting; Socio-Economics and Law Section Panel: Teaching Regulation and Deregulation from a Socioeconomic Perspective; Presentation: Critical Economic Theory and the Regulation of the Financial Markets: Teaching Notes, January 3, Temple University Department of African- American Studies, Nommo, An Afrocentric Scholarly Forum, Presentation: Stock Markets in Sub-Saharan Africa: Western Legal Institutions as a Component of the Neo-Colonial Project, Philadelphia, PA, November 6, 2001.
6 Page 6 LATCRIT VI-Latinas/os and the Americas: Centering North-South Frameworks in LatCrit Theory; Panel: LatCritical Perspectives on Political Economy; Presentation: Institutional Economics and Critical Race/LatCrit Theory: The Need for a Critical Raced Economics, Gainesville, Florida, April 26, Mid-Atlantic People of Color Legal Scholarship Conference; Panel: Money; Presentation: Consumer Credit as an Instrumentality of Corporate Finance: Access to Consumer Credit as a Foundation of Corporate Hegemony, February 1-3, 2001, Dickinson Law School of Penn State University, Carlyle, PA. Law & Society Association Annual Meeting; Panel: The Globalization of Trade and Investment: Multilateral Institutionalism and the Reproduction of Hierarchy. Paper: Financial Sector Globalization and Western Law: The Role of Capital Market Regulation in the Institutional Contamination of Developing Economies, Miami Beach, Florida, May 26-29, Association of American Law Schools Annual Meeting, Contract Law Section Program: Creativity, Innovation, and Human Capital: Alternative Approaches to Law and Market Theory, Paper: Innovation in the Financial Markets, New Orleans, Louisiana, January 10, Temple Political and Civil Rights Law Review Symposium: Constructing Family, Constructing Change: Shifting Legal Perspectives on Same-Sex Relationships, Paper: Marriage and Domestic Partnership: Rationality and Inequality. October 4, 1997, Temple University School of Law, Philadelphia, PA. Professional Activities and Service Member, American Bar Association Corporate Governance Committee, 2012 present. Member, Board of Directors, Latina and Latino Critical Legal Theory ( LatCrit ), 2005 present. Chair, Planning Committee, Twelfth Annual Latina and Latino Critical Legal Theory Conference, Member, Planning Committee, Tenth Annual Latina and Latino Critical Legal Theory Conference, Critical Approaches to Economic In/justice, Interamerican University of Puerto Rico, School of Law, San Juan, Puerto Rico, October 6-10, Member, National Advisory Council, America, Race, and Law at the Crossroads, Second National People of Color Legal Scholarship Conference, Executive Committee, Association of American Law Schools Section on Gay and Lesbian Issues, Member, Professional Growth and Development Committee, Wilkie D. Ferguson, Jr. Bar Association,
7 Page 7 University Service Member, University Curriculum Committee, Member, University Faculty Senate and University Administration Joint Committee on the Role of Faculty Senates, Senator, Florida International University Senate, Member, Florida International University Faculty Senate Steering Committee, Member, Florida International University Faculty Senate, Criminal Justice Program Review Committee, Symposium Chair: Brown v. Board of Education, The Legacy of 50 Years of School Desegregation in the United States -- Through a Multi-Cultural Lens, Florida International University, October 29, Member, Florida International University EOP Search and Screen Committee for EEO Coordinator, Member, Florida International University African-New World Studies Faculty Advisory Committee, 2004 present. College of Law Service Florida Bar Board of Governors, Bridging the Gap Minority Pre-Law Conference, Presentation: Mock Class Reading v. Regem, 2 KB 268 (1948), Miami, FL, March 26, Member, College of Law Curriculum Committee 2008-present Chair, College of Law Curriculum Committee Chair, Academic Support Committee 2008-present Chair, Ad Hoc Committee on Decanal Review 2008 Member, Academic Culture Committee 2007 present Member, Community Service Committee 2008 present Member, Promotion and Tenure Committee 2003-present Chair, Academic Standards Committee Chair, Lecturer Review Committee Member, Promotion and Tenure Committee 2003-present Member, Faculty Appointments Committee Faculty Advisor, Caribbean Student Bar Assn 2006 present Non Academic Professional Experience Senior Trial Attorney; Office of Thrift Supervision, U.S. Department of the Treasury; Office of the Chief Counsel, Enforcement and Litigation, East, Jersey City, NJ; December June Senior Trial Attorney; Commodity Futures Trading Commission; Division of Enforcement, New York, NY; June December 1991.
8 Page 8 Senior Litigation Attorney; Metropolitan Life Insurance Company; New York, N.Y.; June June Trial Attorney; U.S. Department of Labor; Office of the Solicitor; Plan Benefits Security Division (ERISA); Washington, D.C.; September May Attorney Advisor; Administrative Conference of the United States; Washington, D.C.; June September Professional Memberships District of Columbia Bar Association for Evolutionary Economics Union for Radical Political Economy Active Member Member Member * * *