Professor Utset joined the Florida State Law faculty during the Spring 2007 semester and has taught Business Associations and Game Theory & Business Ethics at the law school. Prior to joining Florida State Law, he was a faculty member at the Law School at the University of Utah. Before teaching at Utah, Professor Utset was a member of the faculty at the Boston University School of Law and visited at the law schools at the University of California, Berkeley and Northeastern University.
He is a leading scholar on applying behavioral law and economics to issues in corporate law and has recently explored the implications of time inconsistent behavior for this and other areas of law. Prior to joining the academy, Professor Utset practiced law at Sullivan & Cromwell in New York and earned his J.D. from the University of Michigan Law School.