School of Business

Carter H. Manny

Professor of Business Law
Carter H. Manny


515 Luther Bonney

Office Hours Fall 2015

Monday & Wednesday - 11:45 am-1:00 pm / Tuesday 1:15-2:30pm

Contact Information

Phone: 207.780.4129

J.D. (1975), Boston University
A.B. (1971), History, Harvard University


International business law
Legal environment of business
Business ethics

Legal and ethical aspects of privacy involving international data transfers
Efforts to reduce foreign trade barriers
Resolution of international disputes involving unfair trading practices
US export control law

Professor Manny regularly attends international conferences of privacy professionals. He has lectured on privacy law at a university in Belgium and his articles have appeared in journals in Europe as well as the US. He has presented papers on international law before professional organizations including the Academy of Legal Studies in Business, the North Atlantic Regional Business Law Association, and the Mid-Atlantic Academy of Legal Studies in Business. He is past president of the North Atlantic Regional Business Law Association and serves on the editorial board of the Business Law Review. During the 1980s, he served as a consultant to the Maine governor's economic development strategy task force. Before coming to USM, professor Manny practiced law as a shareholder in a medium-sized law firm in Portland.