Professor and Chairperson
Professor Greene began teaching at Boston College in 1994. She teaches Introduction to Business Law, the Law of IP, Marketing, and Antitrust, and International Law. Her research interests include employment law, intellectual property issues, and pharmaceutical regulation. Recent publications include: “First Amendment Concerns in Off-label Promotion of Drugs,” San Diego Law Review (forthcoming); “Exceeding Authorized Access in the Workplace: Prosecuting Disloyal Conduct under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act,” American Business Law Journal (2013) (with C. O’Brien); “The Movement to Reform Executive Compensation in the United States and the European Union,” Northwestern Journal of International Law and Business (2011) (with M. Pagnattaro); “Sotomayor on the Supreme Court: A Boon for Business?” Virginia Law & Business Review (2009) (with G. Mark; D. Muir & R. Thomas); and “False Claims Act Liability for Off-Label Promotion of Pharmaceutical Products,” Penn State Law Review (2005).
Professor Greene currently serves on the Editorial Board of the Journal of Legal Studies Education. She is Of Counsel to the Boston law firm Greene LLP.