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 Gary L. Monserud

Gary L. Monserud

Professor of Law


(617) 422 7256

B.A. Wartburg College
J.D. University of South Dakota School of Law
LL.M. New York University School of Law

Professor Monserud teaches Contracts, Modern Remedies, UCC: Sales, and UCC: Secured Transactions. He has written extensively on current issues in sales law, the law of suretyship, and the law pertaining to special education. A former law clerk to the Hon. Andrew W. Bogue of the U.S. District Court for the District of South Dakota, he practiced in the area of commercial litigation in Rapid City, South Dakota, before joining the New England Law faculty in 1987. He has served as a visiting professor at the University of Bucharest School of Law in Romania and at Vermont Law School.

 Selected Publications

An Essay on Teaching Contracts and Commercial Law for the First Time (Even if you have taught these courses many times before), 82 N.D. L. Rev. 113 (2006)

The Quest for a Meaningful Mandate for the Education of Children with Disabilities, 18 St. John's J. Legal Comment. 675 (2004)

Blending the Law of Sales with the Common Law of Third Party Beneficiaries, 39 Duq. L. Rev. 111 (2000)

Rescission and Damages for Buyer Following Seller's Fraudulent Inducement of an Article 2 Contract for Sale, in Colum. Bus. L. Rev. (1998)

Measuring the Damages after Buyer's Affirmation of an Article 2 Contract Induced by Fraud, in Colum. Bus. L. Rev (1996)

The Privileges of Suretyship for Delegating Parties under U.C.C. Section 2-210 in Light of the New Restatement of Suretyship, 37 Wm. & Mary L. Rev 1307 (1996)

Rounding out the Remedial Structure of Article 2: The Case for a Forced Exchange Between a Buyer and a Remote Seller, 19 U. Dayton L. Rev. 353 (1994)

Interested Sureties and the Restatement of Suretyship: An Argument Against Tender Treatment, 15 Hamline Univ. L. Rev. 247 (1992)

Professor Monserud can comment on the following subjects:

  • Contracts
  • Payment Systems and Negotiable Instruments (Uniform Commercial Code)
  • Sales of Goods (Uniform Commercial Code)