Business Law Professor Martin McCrory has been appointed to the ArcelorMittal Faculty Fellowship. ArcelorMittal, the largest steel manufacturer in the United States, has provided this fellowship to support the research and teaching efforts of a professor who plays a major role in the intellectual and professional development of Kelley's undergraduate students.
Professor McCrory has long been an important member of our academic community. He joined Kelley's Business Law and Ethics Department in 1995 and has taught a wide range of courses related to the legal environment of business, covering areas such as torts, product liability, warranty, agency, and environmental law. He received the Junior Faculty Award of Excellence from the Academy of Legal Studies in Business (a national organization of business law faculty).
Professor McCrory is also an accomplished scholar. During his time at the Kelley school, he has received more than 20 teaching-related awards. His research has appeared in such prestigious law journals as the Stanford Environmental Law Journal, the University of Colorado Law Review, the American Business Law Journal, and many others. His article in the University of Colorado Law Review (co-authored with Professor Eric Richards, also on our faculty) won the Outstanding Environmental and Business Paper award from the Academy of Legal Studies in Business.