Mike Koehler is an Assistant Professor at Southern Illinois University School of Law. Professor Koehler's research interests broadly include the intersection of corporate conduct and criminal law, corporate compliance and ethics, international trade and investment, and the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act ("FCPA"). A leading expert on the FCPA and other anti-corruption laws and initiatives, Professor Koehler has testified before Congress on the FCPA and he is also a frequent speaker before academic and business audiences. Leading law reviews and journals have published Professor Koehler’s scholarship (available at the SSRN Author Page link on this site) and he is a frequent featured source on the FCPA and related topics in various media including the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Reuters, Time, CNN, BBC, and Al Jazerra. Professor Koehler is the founder and editor of FCPA Professor, a site read world-wide by legal practitioners, scholars, students and others. FCPA Professor has been named a “top 25 business law blog” by LexisNexis and a “best law blog for in-house counsel” by Corporate Counsel Professor Koehler's expertise and views are informed by a decade of legal practice experience at an international law firm during which he represented clients in business litigation, international business transactions, compliance and governance issues, and business fraud investigations (including related Department of Justice and Securities and Exchange Commission enforcement actions).