“ A lot of lawyers feel zombified. They're leading lives where they're mindlessly going through the motions. ”
Peter H. Huang is the Professor and DeMuth Chair of Business Law, at the University of Colorado, where he has taught since 2011. Prior to University of Colorado, Peter taught law at the University of Pennsylvania, University of Minnesota, and Temple University. Professor Huang specializes in business law; law and emotions; law and neuroscience; law and psychology; litigation; and regulation. His academic work focuses on behavioral economics, finance, and happiness. His recent writing includes topics of diversity in the profession related to the AAPI community and explorations into legal culture and the mental and emotional health of attorneys.