Bryan D. Hull

Professor of Law

Bryan D. Hull, Professor of Law

Courses Taught

  • Contracts
  • Commercial Law
  • Law of Sales - Domestic and International
  • Secured Transactions in Personal Property 

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Education

  • BA, magna cum laude, Occidental College, Phi Beta Kappa
  • JD, Stanford Law School, with distinction 

Background

While a law student, Bryan Hull served on the UCLA Law Review. After graduation, he practiced corporate law for two years with Latham & Watkins before joining Crocker National Bank as Bank Operations Counsel. Hull has been a member of the Loyola faculty since 1986. Hull is also a member of the American Bar Association Business Law Section UCC Committee, California State Bar Business Law Section and Los Angeles County Bar Association.

Selected Scholarship

  • United States and International Sales, Lease and Licensing Law - Cases and Problems (Aspen 2d ed. 2012)
  • Payment Systems (with Lary Lawrence)(annual supplements through 2012)
  • “The United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods – What Every Practitioner Should Know”, 24 Cal. Bus. Law Pract. 37 (CEB 2009)
  • Inside Sales and Leases - What Matters and Why (Aspen 2008)
  • "Contracts and Sales: Contemporary Cases and Problems" (Second Edition), LexisNexis (2002) (with Lary Lawrence and William McGovern)