Professor Rafael Gely

Gely, RafaelUniversity of Missouri School of Law

Rafael Gely joins the Law School in 2008 after having taught at the Mays Business School at Texas A&M University, Chicago-Kent College of Law and the University of Cincinnati. Professor Gely earned his JD and PhD in labor and industrial relations at the University of Illinois in Champaign-Urbana. Professor Gely has published more than 40 articles in nationally and internationally recognized academic journals, including the Rand Journal of Economics, the Journal of Law, Economics and Organization, the Texas Law Review, and the Southern California Law Review. Professor Gely has received various scholarship awards including the American Academy of Appellate Lawyers' Eisenberg Prize for his recent article in the Wisconsin Law Review, "The Supreme Court and DIGs: An Empirical and Institutional Analysis" (co-authored with Professor Michael Solimine). At the University of Missouri School of Law, Professor Gely teaches courses in employment law, labor arbitration and labor law, among others.