Jeff Nielsen is an Associate Professor (Lecturer) in the Department of Entrepreneurship and Strategy. He has a Juris Doctorate from Whittier College and teaches Business Law and Intellectual Property. He is a member in good standing in the California Bar Association and the Utah Bar Association.
Bachelor of Arts, English Literature, University of Utah
Juris Doctorate, Law, Whittier College
Outstanding Professor of the Year, 2014. University of Utah Greek Council, 04/15/2015
Brady Superior Teaching Award. David Eccles School of Business, 05/2014
Marvin J. Ashton Teaching Excellence Award. David Eccles School of Business, 05/2013
BUS 1051 – Foundations of Business Thought.
A course exploring the philosophical, literary, and social foundations of commerce through eclectic readings selected from around the world and throughout history. A required course for students of business.
A survey of American law as it pertains to the world of commercial activity with special focus on civil litigation, tort and negligence law, contracts, property, regulation, and corporations. A required course for business students.
A course focused on Copyrights, Trademarks, and Patents, designed to give the student of business a working knowledge of the various powers, limitations, and pitfalls of intangible assets in America.
A course focused on Copyrights, Trademarks, and Patents, designed to give graduate students a working knowledge of the various powers, limitations, and pitfalls of intangible assets in America.