Visiting Associate Professor of Law
B.A., Emory & Henry College
J.D., Vanderbilt University
Legal Drafting for Transaction Practice
Unincorporated Business Associations
Sally R. Weaver comes to the University of Georgia from the University of Montana School of Law as a visiting associate professor. With 10 years of teaching experience, Weaver has taught courses in Contracts, Business Organizations, Secured Transactions, Sales and Leases and Business Transactions.
Her scholarship includes “Ethical Dilemmas of Corporate Counsel: A Structural and Contextual Analysis” in the Emory Law Journal and “Client Confidences in Disputes Between In-House Attorneys and Their Employer-Clients: Much Ado About Nothing – or Something?” in the UC Davis Law Review.
In addition to teaching, Weaver has also served as the chief executive officer of The Atlanta Women’s Foundation and chief professional development office for Powell Goldstein (now Bryan Cave).
Weaver earned her B.A. from Emory & Henry College and her J.D. from Vanderbilt University, where she served as the executive articles editor for the Vanderbilt Law Review.