Professor Greg Smith
LSU Law Center
Professor Greg Smith is the Professional Ethics Professor of Law, and G. Frank & Winston Purvis Professor of Law at LSU Law Center. He teaches common law property, civil law property, payment systems, and legal profession. He did his undergraduate work at Yale, where he majored in Political Science and graduated with honors. Professor Smith earned his law degree from Brigham Young University, where he was an article editor for the BYU Law Review, and was designated as a J. Reuben Clark Scholar. Following law school, Professor Smith served as a law clerk to Judge Monroe G. McKay of the United States Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals. He practiced law for 11 years in Phoenix, Arizona before joining the LSU law faculty in 1991. His published writings have dealt with judicial conduct, legal ethics, and property law.