Harold Weston, a clinical associate professor of risk management and insurance at the Robinson College of Business, is an affiliated faculty member for the Center for State and Local Finance. He is is a member of the California and Georgia Bar Associations, and holds the CPCU, RPLU and ARM designations. He was a licensed insurance producer (California) and licensed insurance counselor (Georgia).
Prior to joining the faculty, Weston was engaged in private and corporate legal practice, and as a consultant on insurance and risk management. He advised and litigated almost all aspects of insurance coverage and “bad faith” cases, through appeals. He also litigated insurance defense, agent-broker professional liability, and other commercial cases. His corporate insurance experience was as senior counsel at a major property/casualty insurer in the coverage counsel office, and then in the general counsel office handling regulatory compliance, agency-broker matters, policy forms drafting and manuscript endorsements, professional liability, insurance marketing, financial institutions privacy, and general business matters.
He is a member of CPCU Society: he serves on the Coverage, Litigators, Educators and Witnesses (CLEW) interest committee, and is past president and a director of the Atlanta Chapter. He also is a member of RIMS, and serves on its external affairs committee.