The Best of Times, the Worst of Times: Securities Regulation Scholarship and Teaching in the Global Financial Crisis
University of Tennessee Legal Studies Research Paper No. 105
17 Pages Posted: 6 Mar 2010 Last revised: 14 Dec 2012
Date Written: November 23, 2009
This short piece is an annotated version of remarks that I gave to introduce a roundtable discussion on securities regulation scholarship at the University of Maryland School of Law program on “Corporate Governance and Securities Law Responses to the Financial Crisis” held on April 17, 2009. The piece represents my current thoughts about what it is like to teach, research, and write in the area of securities regulation. Ultimately, the message I deliver is a positive one; there is much opportunity for securities regulation teachers and scholars in an environment like the one we have been wrestling with since at least the fall of 2008. The text is quite short, but I have offered many citations in support of my ideas in the hope that they may be helpful to those exploring aspects of the areas I cover.
Keywords: Securities Regulation, Legal Education, Law Teaching, Law Scholarship, Financial Crisis
JEL Classification: I39, K22,
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