Jagdeep Bhandari

Title/Position

Professor of Law

Department

Faculty

E-mail Address

Phone Number

(904) 680-7761

Room

549

Building

Baypine

BACKGROUND

B.A. (econ), M.A. (Math econ.),M.S., Ph.D. (SMU),LL.M.(Interational Law) (Georgetown), J.D. (Duquesne).

Taught in past at several universities in law schools and business schools, worked at Federal Reserve Bank of St Louis, International Monetary Fund, various law firms (including Reed Smith Shaw and McClay) and for the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania. Admitted to the Bars of four states and to practice before the Supreme Court of the United States, several US Courts of Appeal, Federal District Courts and the US Court of International Trade.

EXPERTISE

  • International Business Law
  • Immigration Law
  • Law and Economics
  • Bankruptcy
  • Evidence
  • Criminal Procedure
  • White Collar Crime
  • Antitrust
  • National Security Law
  • Law of Islam
  • International Civil Litigation
  • Civil Procedure
  • Forensic Evidence
  • Corporate Law, Ch 11 Bankruptcy

EDUCATION

Ph.D., LL.M., J.D., M.S., M.A., B.A.

TEACHING and SCHOLARSHIP

See above for teaching. Areas of scholarship include international business, immigration, business law, bankruptcy, forensic economics and related interdisciplinary work.

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

Member of various state and county bars, member of various ABA and AALS committees. Provides expert testimony in economic damages, financial valuation and complex legal matters to law firms and courts.  Assists various charitable organizations in immigration matters and is a certified mediator for Duval County, FL.  Advisor for acquistions to Sterling Partners and Sterling Capital Partners and to other equity firms and business entities.

PUBLICATIONS

BOOKS

Exchange Rate Determination and Adjustment, Praeger Inc., New York, 1982 Economic Interdependence and Flexible Exchange Rates, M.I.T. Press, Cambridge, MA, 1985 Studies in International Macroeconomics, Praeger Inc., New York, 1987 Corporate Bankruptcy: Economic and Legal Perspectives, Cambridge University Press (1996). Economic Dimensions in International Law: Comparative and Empirical Perspectives, Cambridge University Press (1998).

OTHER PUBLICATIONS

Approximately 60 professional publications, including Journal of International Business and Law Spring 2007 MIGRATION AND TRADE POLICIES: SYMMETRY OR PARADOX? INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION AND TRADE: A MULTI-DISCIPLINARY SYNTHESIS, Richmond Journal of Global Law and Business (Dec. 2006). STRANGE VISIONS OF ALIEN SHADOWS: Southwestern Journal of Law and Trade (Dec. 2006) MIGRATION AS TRADE, Duquesne Law Review (2007) TRADE AND IMMIGRATION POLICIES: SYMMETRY OR PARADOX? J. International Law and Business (Hofstra Univ.) ( Spring 2007) PERSPECTIVES ON PRUDENTIAL REGULATION OF FINANCIAL MARKETS IN CERTAIN DEVELOPED COUNTRIES, Financiële Studievereniging Rotterdam (FSR FORUM Vol. 8. No. 5, Erasmus University, Rotterdam, 2006) FREE TRADE AND SEMI-CLOSED BORDERS: SYMMETRIES, CONSISTENCIES AND CONTRADICTIONS, Journal of International Commercial Law and Technology (2007) A PRIMER FOR THE AMERICAN LAWYER ON DAMAGES FOR PERSONAL INJURY IN GERMANY AND ITALY IN THE PLAINTIFF AND DEFENSE ATTORNEYS’ GUIDE TO UNDERSTANDING ECONOMIC DAMAGES, M. Brookshire, F. Slesnick and J. Ward (eds., Lawyers and Judges Publishing Company, 2007) UNAUTHORIZED MIGRANTS, OVERSTAYS AND OTHERS IN NEW YORK: LIFE AND DEATH BEFORE AND AFTER BALBUENA, New York State Bar Journal (Feb. 2007) VALUING INTEREST IN TENANCIES BY THE ENTIRETY UNDER CRAFT, Florida Bar Journal (with M. Jorgensen), March 2005 APPLICATION OF FORENSIC METHODS TO SOCIAL AND APPLIED SCIENCES in FORENSIC SCIENCE AND THE LAW, Cyril Wecht and John Rago (eds.) CRC Press 2005 (Book Chapter) AN ANALYSIS OF STATE-WIDE VARIATION IN BANKRUPTCY RATES IN THE UNITED STATES, 17 Bankruptcy Developments Journal 407 (2001) (with L. Weiss and R. Robins) WHO ARE THESE PEOPLE? AN EMPIRICAL PROFILE OF THE NATION'S LAW SCHOOL DEANS, 48 Journal of Legal Education 329 (1998) (with N. Cafardi and M. Marlin) THE INCREASING BANKRUPTCY FILING RATE: AN HISTORICAL ANALYSIS, 67 American Bankruptcy Law Journal (1993) (with L. Weiss). THE UNTENABLE CASE FOR CHAPTER 11: A REVIEW OF THE EVIDENCE, 67 American Bankruptcy Law Journal 131 (1993) (with L. Weiss). Growth, Debt Accumulation and Sovereign Risk in a Small, Open Economy, IMF Staff Papers, June 1992. INTERNATIONAL DEBT LITIGATION IN UNITED STATES COURTS, German Yearbook of International Law (1990) Dual Exchange Markets Under Incomplete Separation: An Optimizing Model, IMF Staff Papers, March 1990 (with C. Vegh) Exchange Rate Movements and International Interdependence of Stock Markets, Kredit und Kapital November 1990 (with H. Genburg) Speculative Attacks and Balance of Payment Crises, IMF Staff Papers, June 1990 ((with R. Flood and P. Agenor)

LAW REVIEW ARTICLES

Journal of International Business and Law Spring 2007 MIGRATION AND TRADE POLICIES: SYMMETRY OR PARADOX? INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION AND TRADE: A MULTI-DISCPLINARY SYNTHESIS, Richmond Journal of Global Law and Business (Dec. 2006). STRANGE VISIONS OF ALIEN SHADOWS: Southwestern Journal of Law and Trade (Dec. 2006) MIGRATION AS TRADE, Duquesne Law Review (2007) TRADE AND IMMIGRATION POLICIES: SYMMETRY OR PARADOX? J. International Law and Business (Hofstra Univ.) ( Spring 2007) PERSPECTIVES ON PRUDENTIAL REGULATION OF FINANCIAL MARKETS IN CERTAIN DEVELOPED COUNTRIES, Financiële Studievereniging Rotterdam (FSR FORUM Vol. 8. No. 5, Erasmus University, Rotterdam, 2006) FREE TRADE AND SEMI-CLOSED BORDERS: SYMMETRIES, CONSISTENCIES AND CONTRADICTIONS, Journal of International Commercial Law and Technology (2007) A PRIMER FOR THE AMERICAN LAWYER ON DAMAGES FOR PERSONAL INJURY IN GERMANY AND ITALY in THE PLAINTIFF AND DEFENSE ATTORNEYS’ GUIDE TO UNDERSTANDING ECONOMIC DAMAGES, M. Brookshire, F. Slesnick and J. Ward (eds., Lawyers and Judges Publishing Company, 2007 UNAUTHORIZED MIGRANTS, OVERSTAYS AND OTHERS IN NEW YORK: LIFE AND DEATH BEFORE AND AFTER BALBUENA, New York State Bar Journal (Feb. 2007) VALUING INTEREST IN TENANCIES BY THE ENTIRETY UNDER CRAFT, Florida Bar Journal (with M. Jorgensen), March 2005 APPLICATION OF FORENSIC METHODS TO SOCIAL AND APPLIED SCIENCES IN FORENSIC SCIENCE AND THE LAW, Cyril Wecht and John Rago (eds.) CRC Press 2005 (Book Chapter) AN ANALYSIS OF STATE-WIDE VARIATION IN BANKRUPTCY RATES IN THE UNITED STATES, 17 Bankruptcy Developments Journal 407 (2001) (with L. Weiss and R. Robins) WHO ARE THESE PEOPLE? AN EMPIRICAL PROFILE OF THE NATION'S LAW SCHOOL DEANS, 48 Journal of Legal Education 329 (1998) (with N. Cafardi and M. Marlin) THE INCREASING BANKRUPTCY FILING RATE: AN HISTORICAL ANALYSIS, 67 American Bankruptcy Law Journal (1993) (with L. Weiss). THE UNTENABLE CASE FOR CHAPTER 11: A REVIEW OF THE EVIDENCE, 67 American Bankruptcy Law Journal 131 (1993) (with L. Weiss). Growth, Debt Accumulation and Sovereign Risk in a Small, Open Economy, IMF Staff Papers, June 1992. INTERNATIONAL DEBT LITIGATION IN UNITED STATES COURTS, German Yearbook of International Law (1990)