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Prof. Ingrid Michelsen Hillinger


Current Position

Boston College Law School
885 Centre Street
Newton, MA 02459-1163

Tel: 617-552-4392
Fax: 617-552-4098

Class: XI (2000)Circuit: First


Barnard College, A.B. (1968)
Marshall-Wythe School of Law, William & Mary, J.D. (1976)

Professional Career

Professor of Law, Boston College Law School (2002-)
Visiting Professor of Law, Northeastern University School of Law (Winter-Spring 2001-02)
Visiting Professor, University of Connecticut School of Law (Fall 2001)
Associate Professor of Law, Boston College Law School (1988-02)
Associate Professor (tenured), Marshall-Wythe School of Law, William & Mary (1985-88)
Visiting Associate Professor, Emory Law School (1987)
Visiting Associate Professor, University of Texas at Austin (1985; Summer 1995)
Assistant Professor, Marshall-Wythe School of Law (1979-85)
Adjunct Professor, Northeastern University Law School, Spring 2000; Winter 1998; Winter 1989; Summer 1989
Adjunct Professor, University of Connecticut, Spring 1997


Certified Turnaround Professionals, Faculty (2001-03)
American Board of Certification (1998-02)
Commercial Law League, Board of Associate Editors (1998-02)


Commercial Financing: Secured Transactions Lexis, 2d Ed. (1999), 3d Ed. 2003 Co-author
Chapter 11 Reorganization: Theory & Practice BCD 1994 & supp. Co-editor
"Deposit Accounts Under the New World Order," N.C. Bank. Instit. Co-author
"Off-shore Trusts: Twyne's Case Retold," Bankr. L. & Prac. 1999 Co-author
"Section 365 in the Consumer Context," 104 Com. L.J. 397 1999 Co-author
"The Treatment of Consignments in Bankruptcy: Two Codes & Their Fictions at Play, in the Fields," 6 Bankr. Dev. J. 73 1989 Author


Boston College Law School, University Distinguished Teaching Award (2002)
Boston College Law School, Law Student Association Outstanding Teacher Award (2001)
Virginia Council on Higher Education, Outstanding Teacher Award, (1987)