Introducing Guest Blogger Claire Hill

We are delighted to introduce as a guest blogger during April Claire Hill.  Claire holds the James L. Krusemark Chair in Law at the University of Minnesota Law School, where she specializes in law and economics and the the law relating to contracts and corporations.

Berfore entering into teaching, Claire practiced at Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy in New York and Dickstein Shapiro in Washington D.C. She has taught at the law schools of Boston University, George Mason, Northwestern, Georgetown (where she was a Sloan Visiting Professor) and Chicago-Kent.

Claire is founding director of  U.  Minnesota Institute for Law and Rationality, and the associate director of its Institute for Law and Economics. She is also an affiliated faculty member of the University’s Center for Cognitive Sciences.

Co-editor of Research Handbook on the Economics of Corporate Law (Edward Elgar, 2012, with Brett McDonnell), Claire has published more than 50 law review articles including the following recent representative works:

Limits of Disclosure (Seattle University Law Review 2013) (with Steven Davidoff)

* Bankers Behaving Badly? The Limits of Regulatory Reform, (Review of Banking and Financial  Law 2012)

Compromised Fiduciaries: Conflicts of Interest in Government and Business (Minnesota Law Review 2011) (with Richard Painter)

Why Didn’t Subprime Investors Demand a (Much Larger) Lemons Premium? (Law and Contemporary Problems 2011)

Concepts, Categories, and Compliance in the Regulatory State (Minnesota Law Review 2010) (with Kristin Hickman)

Rationality in an Unjust World: A Research Agenda (Queen’s Law Journal 2009)

Claire has a B.A. and M.A. in philosophy from the University of Chicago, a J.D. (summa cum laude) from American University and an LL.M and J.S.D. from Columbia University School of Law, where she was an Olin Fellow.

Welcome to Concurring Opinions Claire!

You may also like...