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Lynn Dymally

Email: Lynn.Dymally@csulb.edu
Personal Website: www.csulb.edu/~ldymally

Dr. Lynn Vivian Dymally is an Adjunct Associate Professor of Legal Studies in Business in the college of Business Administration at California State University, Long Beach. In addition to her teaching responsibilities there, she serves as Faculty Representative to the Associated Students Elections Board, as well as Faculty Advisor to the Black Business Student Association. Dr. Dymally has also served as a member on the Advisory Committee for the Hispanic Serving Institution Development Grant at CSULB. During her ten years at the University, Professor Dymally has co-authored two articles, The Opaque and Under-Regulated Hedge Fund Industry: Victim or Culprit in the Subprime Mortgage Crisis, to published in NYU Journal of Law and Business September 2009 and Increasing Extraterritorial Intrusion of E.U. Authority into U.S. Business Mergers and Competition Practices: U.S. Multinational Business Underestimate the Strength of the European Commission, published in University of Connecticut International Law Journal. Her other academic activities include an assignment by CSU Chancellor Reed to the California African American Political and Economic Institute (located on the campus of California State University, Dominquez Hills) as the Coordinator for the Institute’s Think Tank activities.

Teaching Interests: Legal Studies in Business Intellectual Property Torts & White Collar Crime Securities Law

Research Interests: Hedge Funds Securities Law

Education

  • JD, Whittier College of Law, CA, 1988
    Major: Government Law
  • MA, University of Redlands, CA, 1987
    Major: Business Management
  • BA, University of California, San Diego., 1979
    Major: Communications/Sociology

Experience

  • Consultant, California Institute of Health and Social Service, Inc (2007 - Present)
  • Real Estate Broker, Lynn Dymally Group/Dennis Wayne Group, Southern and Northern California (2007 - Present)
  • Program Coordinator (California African American Political & Economic Institute), California State University, Dominguez Hills (2006 - Present)
  • Consultant, New Age Charter School, Alhambra, CA (2005 - Present)
  • Consultant, Legislative Black Caucus Foundation, Los Angeles, CA (2002 - Present)
  • Lecturer, California State University, Long Beach (2000 - Present)
  • Political Consultant, Political Strategies, Los Angeles, CA (1995 - Present)
  • Instructor, School of Business Administration, Long Beach Community College (1998 - 2002)
  • Assistant Trainer, The Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising, Los Angeles, CA (1997 - 2001)
  • Judicial Internship Advisor, Political Science Dpt., California State University, Long Beach (1999 - 1999)
  • Adjunct Lecturer, California State University, Long Beach (1998 - 1999)
  • Lecturer, California State University, Fullerton (1998 - 1998)
  • Legal Coordinator, GB Data Systems, Inc., Marina del Ray, CA (1995 - 1997)
  • Legal Administrator, Grace Home for Foster Care Children, Inglewood, CA (1993 - 1995)

Journal and Major Conferences

TitlePublisher
"The Opaque and Under-Regulated Hedge Fund Industry: Victim or Culprit in the Subprime Mortgage Crisis?" (Published, 2009)NYU Journal of Law & Business
"Increasing Extraterritorial Intrusion of European Union Authority into U.S. Business Mergers and Competition Practices: U.S. Multinational Businesses Underestimate the Strength of the European Commission from G.E.-Honeywell to Microsoft" (Published, 2004)Connecticut International Law Journal

Other Research and Scholarly Activities

TitlePublisher
"The Opaque and Under-Regulated Hedge Fund Industry: Victim or Culprit in the Subprime Mortgage Crisis?" (Published, 2009)NYU Journal of Law & Business
"Increasing Extraterritorial Intrusion of European Union Authority into U.S. Business Mergers and Competition Practices: U.S. Multinational Businesses Underestimate the Strength of the European Commission from G.E.-Honeywell to Microsoft" (Published, 2004)Connecticut International Law Journal

Presentations

TitleConference/MeetingLocation
"" (2011)Academy of Legal Studies in Business Annual Conference 2011
"Closing Gaps in Hedge Fund Regulation Subsequent to the Global Financial Crisis: Has Effective Reform been Achieve in the 2010 U.S. Legislation and the 2011 EU Directive?" (2011)Pacific Southwest Academy of Legal Studies in Business Annual Conference
"Effect of the Sub-prime Loan Crisis on the Hedge Fund Industry: Pressure for Regulation of Hedge Funds Increases with the Implosion of Bear Stearns" (2008)Academy of Legal Studies for Business Annual ConferenceLong Beach, CA
"Increasing Extraterritorial Intrusion of E.U. Authority into U.S. Business Mergers and Competition Practices: U.S. Multinational Business Underestimate the Strenght of the European Commission" (2003)Rocky Mountain Regional Academy of Legal StudiesVail, CO
"Underestimating the Increasing Strength of European Union by U.S. Businesses: There's a Price to Pay! " (2003)National Academy of Legal Studies in Business ConferenceNashville, Tennessee
"The European Union: U.S. Business Partner or Business Threat? " (2003)Pacific Southwest Academy of Legal Studies in BusinessPalm Springs, CA