Anthony Cook is a Professor of Law at Georgetown University Law School, with expertise in business organizations and securities regulation, civil rights and discrimination, constitutional law, religion and social welfare. His past courses include:
Community Economic Development and Corporate Law
Practicum on Law and Entrepreneurship
Democracy & Coercion

With a background in venture capital and corporate law, Cook advises social enterprises, early stage and scaling ventures on legal and business issues. For his work as a scholar and community activist who has worked with various grassroots and faith-based initiatives on community empowerment and economic development projects, the American Bar Association honored Professor Cook as One of 21 Lawyers Leading America into the 21st Century, citing his “unique synergy of action and thought.”

Cook has completed two post-graduate fellowships, the first in Ethics and the Professions at the Kennedy School of Government and the second in Religion and Public Values at the Harvard Divinity School. He holds a J.D. from Yale University and a B.A. from Princeton University.