Professor of Law
- JD, 1982, University of Michigan
- BA, 1979, Northwestern University
Areas of Expertise
Professor Wonnell teaches and writes in the areas of contracts, jurisprudence, commercial law as well as law and economics.
Wonnell practiced law in Chicago before joining the USD School of Law faculty in 1984.
Honors and Affiliations
Wonnell was an associate editor of the Michigan Law Review. He was voted professor of the year by USD’s student body in 1993.
Wonnell's publications include “The Contractual Disempowerment of Employees” in 46 Stanford Law Review 87 (1993); “The Influential Myth of a Generalized Conflict of Interests Between Labor and Management” in 81 Georgetown Law Journal 39 (1992); and “Problems in the Application of Political Philosophy to Law” in 86 Michigan Law Review 123 (1987).