Prof. Victor N. Metallo teaches business law at Seton Hall University, Stillman School of Business, Department of Economics and Legal Studies, and Montclair State University, School of Business, Department of Accounting, Law and Taxation, and has published in the areas of cryptocurrency and blockchain regulation, international tax, criminal law, civil procedure, and the First Amendment. Dr. Metallo is pursuing an LLM in Securities and Financial Regulation at Georgetown University Law Center. He holds a JD from Seton Hall University, School of Law, an MLIS from Rutgers University, an MBA in Marketing Management from St. John’s University, Tobin School of Business, an MAE in General Professional Education from Seton Hall University, a BA in Criminal Justice from Seton Hall University, and has studied at Ave Maria School of Law, Naples, Florida, the London School of Economics, and the Scuola Leonardo da Vinci, Rome, Italy. Professor Metallo clerked for the Honorable Ronald B. Graves, New Jersey Superior Court – Appellate Division.
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