Professor Harry G. (H.G.) Prince completed his undergraduate studies at Temple University in Philadelphia, and received his J.D. from New York University. Professor Prince came to UC Hastings as a visitor in 1985 and joined the regular faculty in 1986. Before coming west, he began teaching at the University of Illinois in 1982 after serving as a law clerk to Judge Lee R. West of the Western District of Oklahoma and working as an attorney-adviser in the U.S. State Department. Professor Prince has also taught as a visitor or lecturer at a number of other law schools, including George Washington University, Howard University, UC Berkeley, and Golden Gate.
Professor Prince is a native of Duncan, Oklahoma, and has three children. He is an avid Chicago Cubs and Bears fan; loves to cook when he has the time; and enjoys jazz music.
Courses Taught: Contracts, Sales & Leases of Goods, Critical Race Theory, and Public International Law
Expertise: Contracts and Commercial Law
My favorite part about teaching you is... seeing first-year students realize during the spring semester just how much they have learned in one year of law school.