Professor Korobkin teaches courses on bankruptcy, commercial law and contracts. He is one of the major contributors to the debate about the principles of bankruptcy law and has written extensively on the subject, including widely cited articles in the Columbia and Texas Law Reviews.
Prior to joining the Rutgers faculty in 1997, Professor Korobkin taught at Western New England College School of Law.
Employee Interests in Bankruptcy, 4 A.B.I. L. Rev. 5 (1996)
The Role of Normative Theory in Bankruptcy Debates, 82 Iowa L. Rev. 75 (1996)
Political Justification and the Law, 94 Column. L. Rev. 1898 (1994)
Vulnerability, Survival, and the Problem of Small Business Bankruptcy, 23 Cap. U. L. Rev. 413 (1994)
The Unwarranted Case for Corporate Reorganization: A Reply to Bradley and Rosenzweig, 78 Iowa L. Rev. 669 (1993)
Contractarianism and the Normative Foundations of Bankruptcy Law, 71 Tex. L. Rev. 541 (1993)
Value and Rationality in Bankruptcy Decision making, 33 Wm & Mary L. Rev. 333 (1992)
Rehabilitating Values: A Jurisprudence of Bankruptcy, 91 Colum. L. Rev. 717 (1991)
Killing the Husband: Disallowing Contingent Claims for Contribution and Indemnity in Bankruptcy, 11 Cardozo L. Rev. 735 (1990)