Professor Christopher M. Bruner joined the Washington and Lee law faculty in 2009.
His teaching and scholarship focus on corporate law and securities regulation, including
international and comparative dimensions of these subjects. 

Professor Bruner’s articles have appeared in a variety of law and policy journals. His
comparative study of U.S. and U.K. corporate governance, titled “Power and Purpose in the
‘Anglo-American’ Corporation” won the 2010 Association of American Law Schools Scholarly
Papers competition. 

Forthcoming Works



Agency and the Ontology of the Corporation, Washington and Lee Law Review (2012)


Corporate Governance Reform in a Time of Crisis, Journal of Corporate Law (2011)


Book Chapters


UNESCO, the WTO, and Trade in Cultural Products, Essays on the Future of the World Trade Organization (2008)