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Andrew Tuch

Professor of Law

Professor Tuch teaches Corporations Law, Investment Banking and Private Equity, and Securities Regulation. His scholarly interests include securities and financial regulation, corporate law and governance, and comparative law. His work has appeared in multiple law reviews, peer-reviewed journals, and edited volumes. His articles “Multiple Gatekeepers” (Virginia Law Review) and “Reassessing Self-Dealing: Between No Conflict and Fairness” (Fordham Law Review) have been selected in a national poll of scholars as among the Top Ten Corporate and Securities articles in their respective years.

Tuch serves on the AALS Securities Regulation Executive Committee and has chaired the AALS Executive Committees for Business Associations and Financial Institutions. Beyond the AALS, he served a four-year term as a member of the Financial Industry Regulation Authority’s National Adjudicatory Council. He has been quoted by national news outlets, including the Wall Street Journal and New York Times.

Before joining Washington University’s faculty, Tuch taught at Sydney Law School and as a Byse Fellow at Harvard. He practiced law at Davis Polk & Wardwell in New York and London. He holds LLM and SJD degrees from Harvard Law School, where he was a Fulbright Scholar, a Fellow of the Program on Corporate Governance, an Olin Fellow in Law and Economics, and a two-time recipient of the Brudney Best Paper Prize in Corporate Governance.

Professor Tuch’s working papers and published scholarship are available for download here.

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