Brian Levey joined the Mendoza faculty in 2007 after a twenty year legal career, most recently focused on building corporate ethics and compliance programs. He currently teaches the introductory undergraduate business law course, as well as several ethics classes in the undergraduate, graduate and executive programs. Levey is a recipient of the Rev. Edmund P. Joyce, C.S.C., Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching.
Prior to joining the college of business, Levey was Fannie Mae's Vice President for Ethics. Before that, he was the Director of Compliance and Business Ethics with Smiths Group plc, an international engineering company based in the United Kingdom. Previously, Levey was a deputy ethics officer and associate counsel with MCI (formerly WorldCom and now Verizon Business). He has also been in private practice and served as an adjunct professor at George Mason University, George Washington University, and Northern Virginia Community College.
AREAS OF EXPERTISE
- Corporate Ethics & Compliance Programs
- LLM, George Washington University
- JD, Catholic University of America
- BBA, University of Notre Dame
- Ethics in Accounting
- Fraud as Portrayed in the Cinema
- Business Law: Contracts & Agency
- Ethics & Compliance Programs