Professor Matthew Jennejohn's research analyses the relationship between legal institutions and equitable economic growth, with a particular focus upon mergers & acquisitions, technology alliances, contract theory, and corporate governance. Further details on his research are available on this personal website.
Professor Jennejohn's work has been presented at leading venues, such as the American Law and Economics Association's annual meeting, and published in top journals, such as the Stanford Law Review, Northwestern Law Review, and the Georgetown Law Journal. He also organizes the BYU Law Winter Deals Conference, which annually gathers leading corporate law scholars and practitioners to Park City, UT to share cutting edge research on issues central to the operation of modern markets.
Professor Jennejohn teaches classes on Mergers & Acquisitions, Business Organizations, First-Year Contracts, and a seminar on New Market Infrastructure.
In autumn 2019, Professor Jennejohn served as the Justin W. D'Atri Visiting Professor of Law, Business & Society at Columbia Law School. Prior to joining the academy, Professor Jennejohn practiced in the New York office of Shearman & Sterling LLP and served as a law clerk for Vice Chancellor Leo E. Strine, Jr. of the Delaware Court of Chancery. Professor Jennejohn is a graduate of Columbia Law School, the London School of Economics, and Brigham Young University.