"Experts: Practice not an Advantage for Law Professors Seeking Tenure," coverage by Diverse Education, October 26, 2016, quoting Adjunct Professor Frederick Krebs.
B.A., Allegheny College; J.D., Case Western Reserve University
Professor Krebs is a Senior Fellow at the Center for the Study of the Legal Profession at Georgetown University Law School where he focuses on emerging issues and trends relating to corporate counsel and the in-house practice of law. He is a Senior Adviser to the Association of Corporate Counsel having served as its President for 20 years (1991-2011). During his tenure he helped ACC become the leading global association for in-house counsel. Professor Krebs received a Lifetime Achievement Award from Corporate Secretary magazine in 2010 and the Ally for Justice Award from the National LGBT Bar Association in 2011.
"Why Tech Skills Are Your Ethical Duty," coverage in Law 360, October 6, 2016, featuring Adjunct Professor Frederick Krebs.
“The 21st Century General Counsel: On Being More Than a Lawyer,” coverage in Metropolitan Corporate Counsel, June 3, 2015, featuring Adjunct Professor Frederick J. Krebs.
"So you want to teach law school," a column in Canadian Lawyer magazine, by Adjunct Professor Fred Krebs, October 21, 2013.