faculty – Gregory LaBlanc
Gregory LaBlanc has been a lecturer at UC Berkeley since 2004, teaching courses in Finance, Accounting, Law, and Strategy in the Haas School, the Law School (Boalt Hall) and the department of Economics. Prior to joining the Berkeley faculty, he studied Economics, Business, and Law at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, George Mason University Law School, Duke Law School, and Berkeley Law (Boalt Hall). He has previously taught Finance, Management, Law and Economics at the Wharton School, Duke University and the University of Virginia and has been a consultant in the fields of IP litigation and competitive intelligence. His research focuses on the impact of tax policy on organizational design, capital formation, and innovation. He has received several teaching awards and has previously been involved in executive education programs at the Wharton School and Darden School.