Faculty Biography

Brian P. Brinig

Adjunct Professor of Law

  • JD, 1979, University of San Diego
  • BSBA, 1974, Georgetown University

Areas of Expertise

Professor Brinig teaches in the areas of business valuation, damages analysis and economic loss analysis.

Professional Experience

Brinig is the founder and a principal at Brinig & Company, a highly specialized financial consulting firm that focuses on forensic accounting, litigation consulting and business valuation services. He has worked for Price Waterhouse in Atlanta and Arthur Young & Company in San Diego. He was a vice president at Regional Business Brokerage Firm and a partner at Business Appraisal and Brokerage Firm, both in San Diego.

Honors and Affiliations

Brinig is a past president of the Financial Analysts Society of San Diego and sat on the board of directors of the San Diego Society of CPAs.

Key Works

Brinig's books include Finance & Accounting for Lawyers (Business Valuation Resources, 2011); Developing and Managing a Litigation Services Practice, 1st Ed. (with Gladson) (Aspen, 2000); and Guide to Litigation Support Services (with Carmichael, Ladouceur, et al.) (Practitioners Publishing Company, 1999).

Fall 2014 Classes

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