Isaiah Baker

Associate Professor of Law

Isaiah Baker is associate professor of law. He holds expertise in sale of goods; secured transactions; negotiable instruments; laws governing checks, promissory notes, payment systems, consumer protection, unfair trade practices, trademarks, and creditors' and debtors' rights; bankruptcy.



Currently Teaching

Areas of Specialization

  • Bankruptcy / Creditors’ and Debtors’ Rights
  • Contracts
  • International Business Law
  • International Legal Exchange
  • Legal History

Degrees & Universities

  • M.A., DePaul University 1972
  • LL.M., Harvard Law School 1971
  • M.B.A., Columbia University Graduate School of Business 1970
  • J.D., Columbia University School of Law 1970
  • A.B., Yale University 1961

  • + Selected Publications

    • Isaiah Baker, Of Bench, Bar and Bosses: The Political Process of Judicial Reform, 21 How. L.J. 821 (1978).
    • Isaiah Baker, What Ever Happened to the 'Checkless Society?'", 7 U. Mich. J.L. Reform 481 (1974).