Professor of Law
BS, University of North Alabama
JD, University of Alabama School of Law
MPA, Jacksonville State University
PhD, Auburn University
State Bar Membership
About The Professor
Dr. Landry holds a BS degree from the University of North Alabama and JD degree, magna cum laude, from the University of Alabama, where he served as the lead articles editor on the Journal of the Legal Profession. Dr. Landry also holds a Master of Public Administration from Jacksonville State University and a PhD in Public Administration and Public Policy from Auburn University. Following law school, he served as law clerk to James S. Sledge, U.S. bankruptcy judge for the Northern District of Alabama, and then entered private practice. Since 1996, Landry has practiced primarily in bankruptcy, commercial, and business law.
He currently serves as an Assistant U.S. Bankruptcy Administrator for the Northern District of Alabama and is an adjunct instructor in the College of Commerce and Business Administration at Jacksonville State University, where he teaches courses covering business law, business ethics, and real estate law. Landry has published numerous articles dealing with bankruptcy law, ethics and public policy in journals such as the Mississippi Law Journal, Mercer Law Review, Journal of Business and Economic Perspectives, Memphis Law Review, American Bankruptcy Institute Journal, and the Journal of the Legal Profession.