|Present||Associate Professor of Law, Georgia State University College of Law|
|A.B., Duke University|
|J.D., cum laude, University of Michigan Law School|
The FSOC's Designation Program as a Case Study of the New Administrative Law of Financial Supervision Yale Journal on Regulation (2019)
When legal scholars specializing in financial regulation have examined the Financial Stability Oversight Council (FSOC), their lens has usually focused on matters outside of the core public law expertise they are best positioned to contribute. ...
Post Crisis Reform of the Supervisory System and High Reliability Theory Georgia Law Review (2015)
This essay uses "high reliability organization" theory as a lens through which to view and analyze post-crisis reforms in banking supervision. Organizational sociologists have identified a class of organizations – referred to as high-reliability organizations ...
The Comprehensive Capital Analysis and Review and the New Contingency of Bank Dividends Seton Hall Law Review (2015)
Historically, bank regulators have restricted bank dividends as part of a larger effort to preserve banks’ capital and make them more able to withstand losses. In today’s dynamic banking markets, the formulaic and rigid ways ...