James Freeley, III
Assistant Teaching Professor
Law School / Faculty
UMass School of Law 243
|Boston College Law School||JD|
|F.W. Olin Graduate School of Business at Babson College||MBA|
- Legal Skills I and II
- Business Organizations
- Professional Responsibility
- Chapter 93A
James Freeley is an Assistant Teaching Professor at the law school. His teaching interests include business law, legal ethics, consumer protection law, and legal writing. He has served in various positions at the law school, including Interim Director of Academic Success and Interim Director of Bar Success. He joined the law school as an adjunct faculty member in the fall of 2012. His scholarship has appeared in law journals.
Professor Freeley formerly practiced law in Boston, focusing on civil litigation, real estate, and the general practice of law. He received his JD from Boston College Law School, his MBA, magna cum laude, from the F.W. Olin Graduate School of Business at Babson College, and his BA from Wesleyan University. He is admitted to practice law in Massachusetts and Maine.
Professor Freeley has been recognized by the student body for his work. He received the Adjunct Professor of the Year award four times at UMass Law. He also received the Staff/Administrator of the Year award in 2018.
The Troubling Problem of Income Inequality: A Few Thoughts, 11 U. MASS. L. REV. 6 (2016)
Advancing Justice, 10 U. MASS. L. REV. 2 (2015)
National Federation of Independent Business v. Sebelius: The Constitutionality of Health Care Reform and the Spending Clause, 45 CONNtemplations 19 (2013)