G. Eric Brunstad Jr.

Visiting Lecturer in Law and Senior Research Scholar in Law

J.S.D., Yale Law School, 2014
L.L.M., Yale Law School, 2011
J.D., University of Michigan Law School, 1986
B.A., Connecticut College, 1983

Courses Taught
  • Negotiating and Drafting Business Reorganization Transactions in Chapter 11 Cases
  • Secured Transactions
  • History and Theory of Secured Transactions
  • Negotiating Secured Transactions
Eric Brunstad

G. Eric Brunstad Jr. is a Visiting Lecturer in Law and Senior Research Scholar in Law at Yale Law School. He is also a partner at Dechert LLP in Hartford, Connecticut. His teaching subjects include bankruptcy, secured transactions, advanced contracts and commercial law, advanced business reorganizations and international insolvency law, the history and theory of secured transactions, argument and reason, and the federal courts. His research interests include bankruptcy and commercial law, jurisprudence, and the study of markets. Brunstad has argued ten cases before the U.S. Supreme Court, including matters involving the First Amendment, Article III of the Federal Constitution, bankruptcy, taxation, the Commerce Clause, statutory interpretation, jurisdiction, and arbitration.