Andrew PardieckGeneral Counsel, Temple University, Japan Campus Assistant Professor of Law
Andrew Pardieck is a resident law professor and General Counsel of Temple University, Japan Campus. Professor Pardieck graduated magna cum laude from Harvard College and the Indiana University School of Law, Bloomington. While in law school, he served as articles editor on the Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies, and following law school enrolled in the University of Hokkaido School of Law. He completed his doctorate degree in law at Hokkaido, where he wrote his dissertation in Japanese on disclosure requirements in Japanese and U.S. securities markets. He has published in both Japanese and English on a variety of topics including securities and commodities law, consumer finance, alternative dispute resolution, and the legal profession. He has lectured widely in Japan, at the Tokyo, Osaka, and Kyoto Bar Associations, at national conferences, and universities. He has taught as a Visiting Scholar at the University of Washington School of Law, Seattle and as a Visiting Assistant Professor at Indiana University School of Law, Bloomington. Prior to joining Temple University Japan, Professor Pardieck had a complex civil litigation practice in Indiana. He is a member of the Indiana bar and admitted to practice in the Northern and Southern Districts of Indiana.
Education J.D., 1996, Indiana University School of LawA.B., 1990, Harvard College