W. Sherman Rogers
Adjunct Professor of Law
B.A., Oakwood College; J.D., Howard University School of Law; L.L.M., George Washington University National Law Center.
W. Sherman Rogers is an attorney and a tenured Professor of Law at Howard University School of Law. He is also a registered stockbroker, general securities principal, and has life and health insurance licenses. During his career, Professor Rogers has taught at 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, the UDC David A. Clarke School of Law, and the University Of Baltimore School Of Law.
Professor Rogers has taught a number of courses 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. Professor Rogers has published important scholarly articles which have been heavily cited.
He has also been the recipient of numerous teaching awards. He is the author of a book titled The African American Entrepreneur: Then and Now. The Howard University Faculty Senate awarded Professor Rogers its prestigious award for scholarship and creativity in 2010 in recognition of his work in writing that book.
Professor Rogers is currently in the process of completing a book manuscript to be titled Winners and Losers in the American Capitalistic Economic System: A Primer. Professor Rogers anticipates that the book should be published sometime during the 2015-2016 academic year. He hopes to use the book in conjunction with a course he plans to teach called Law, Economics and Capitalism.