Since 1988 I have taught regulatory law and policy to thousands of students: beginning, intermediate, and advanced professionals from a broad range of professions—law, engineering, economics, accounting, finance, and management. I have lectured throughout the U.S. and in Canada, India, Jamaica, and Nigeria. I currently teach a course on regulation of public utility monopolies as an Adjunct Professor at the Georgetown University Law Center.
My seminars have been of two types: Fundamentals and Current Topics. The Fundamentals curriculum has grown with the breadth of regulatory topics; the Current Topics course is completely new each year to reflect the latest developments. Topics that initially appeared as current topics later enter the Fundamentals course, as they become part of the legal and regulatory infrastructure.