Nancy Ganong Neslund
Professor Neslund joined the College of Law faculty in August 2012 as a visiting assistant professor. At ONU, she teaches the recently implemented L2 course, Financial Literacy, as well as Federal Income Tax and Business Planning.
Neslund brings to ONU an extensive experience, both in teaching and practice, in the areas of business, tax, wills and trusts, and administrative law. She has previously taught at such law schools as Europa Universität-Viadrina in Frankfurt (Oder), Germany, the University of Nevada-Las Vegas and Lewis & Clark in Portland, Oregon, as well as in Masters of Taxation programs in California and New York. She practiced law for over a decade, focusing on business and estate planning for entrepreneurs, as well as the government regulation of business. She is a long-time co-author of the McGraw-Hill text, Law, Business and Society, the 11th edition of which is now being prepared. She co-authored Taxation of Business Entities for the LexisNexis Questions and Answers series (2011).
Her research interests include: the process of transnational coordination of national tax systems and of the delivery of professional services; social entrepreneurship; and the emerging law governing such new entities as benefit corporations and low income LLCs.
B.A. (Economics), Willamette University, Cum Laude