Andrew F. Tuch
Associate Professor of Law
B.Com., 1994, University of Queensland
LL.B., 1997, University of Queensland
LL.M., 1999, Harvard Law School
S.J.D., 2012, Harvard Law School
Andrea Donze - (314) 935-6422
Phone / Email
Phone: (314) 935-3189
Anheuser-Busch Hall, Room 566
Topics in Investment Banking
Professor Andrew F. Tuch is an accomplished scholar in the fields of corporate law, securities regulation, and the regulation of financial institutions, especially investment banks. His scholarship has appeared in the Virginia Law Review, as well as in peer-reviewed journals in the United Kingdom and Australia. His article “Multiple Gatekeepers” was named among the "Ten Best Corporate and Securities Articles of 2011" by Corporate Practice Commentator. He holds an SJD degree from Harvard Law School, where he was a John M. Olin Fellow in Law and Economics and a Fellow of the Program of Corporate Governance. At Harvard, his research was twice awarded the Victor Brudney Prize for the Best Paper in Corporate Governance. Prior to joining Washington University School of Law and completing his doctorate, Professor Tuch clerked for the Hon. Justice G.L. Davies of the Queensland Court of Appeal, practiced corporate law at Davis Polk & Wardwell LLP in New York and London, and then was a member of the Faculty of Law at the University of Sydney. Professor Tuch is a member of the New York Bar and is qualified to practice in Australia, England and Wales.
Professor Tuch serves as the law school’s liaison with its international exchange partner the University of Queensland.