Professor Sherman Rogers

"Professor Rogers has taught at Howard University School of Law School as a full time professor since 1986. During his career, Professor Rogers has taught at a total of six law schools: Miles College Law School, Thurgood Marshall School of Law at Texas Southern University, Howard University School of Law, Brigham Young University School of Law, David A. Clarke School of Law at the University of the District of Columbia, and the University of Baltimore School of Law. Professor Rogers has taught a number of courses throughout his career in legal education including Corporations, Agency, Partnerships and Other Unincorporated Business Organizations, Property, Federal Courts, Conflict of Laws, Entrepreneurship, Law and Policy, Remedies, Title VII Litigation, and Civil Procedure.  Most recently, Howard Law students voted him Professor of the Year in 2007 and 2009. He has also been involved in several cases which he presented to the United States Supreme Court on writs of certiorari. Professor Rogers has also handled securities fraud and other types of litigation. Professor Rogers serves as an instructor in the National Bar Association’s Crump Law Camp for teens and is involved in a variety of community activities.

Literary Works

  • The Black Quest for Economic Liberty: Legal, Historical and Related Considerations, 48 How. L.J. 1 (2004)
  • The African American Entrepreneur: Then and Now (Greenwood/Praeger/ABC-CLIO 2010). 
  •  A Primer for Understanding the American Economic System: Winners and Losers Under the American Style of Capitalism.