Milt Schroeder

Emeritus Professor of Law

Milt Schroeder is engaged in ongoing research in various topics of current interest in the fields of banking and commercial law, such as proposals for reforming financial institutions and the effort to prevent banking systems from being used to assist in financing terrorism. He taught Contracts, Sales and Leases of Goods, Secured Transactions, and Banking Law.

Professor Schroeder joined the faculty in 1969 and was Associate Dean from 1978-80. After clerking for Judge Carl McGowan of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit, he was an associate attorney at Sidley and Austin in Washington, D.C., where he engaged in a practice involving major litigation and administrative regulation. He is a member of the American Law Institute, the American Bar Association, the American Society of International Law, and the Arizona Bar Association. He has served as a judge pro tempore for the Arizona Court of Appeals and as an arbitrator for the Maricopa County Superior Courts, and has worked on various projects for the State Bar of Arizona.

Professor Schroeder is a former ASU faculty athletic representative to the Pac-10 Athletic Conference and the National Collegiate Athletic Association. He also served for many years on the NCAA Committee on Infractions and as Chair of the NCAA Committee on Student Athlete Eligibility Appeals.

Selected Works

Financial Services Reform: Analysis and Guidance on the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act of 1999 (Sheshunoff Information Services 1999).

The Law & Regulation of Financial Institutions (A.S. Pratt & Sons 1998).

Bank Officer's Handbook of Commercial Banking Law (6th ed., Warren, Gorham & Lamont 1989).


Curriculum Vitae

B.A., Wesleyan University (1962)

J.D., The University of Chicago Law School (1965)