I am an Assistant Professor of Law at Harvard Law School, where I teach courses on corporate law and governance, and on the political and moral dimensions of markets and corporations.

My recent and current research focuses on the corporate governance of AI, ESG investments and stewardship, stakeholder governance, corporate political spending, and CEO political preferences.

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For Students

Corporations – Spring 2024
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Recent Things

A few thoughts on Elon Musk’s lawsuit against OpenAI and what it can teach us about the corporate governance of AI

A textualist divertissement on the securities regulation case of ISS v. SEC.

My essay in the Harvard Business Review on the corporate governance of Artificial Intelligence.

My paper in the University of Pennsylvania Law Review Online on portfolio primacy (or systematic stewardship) and fiduciary duties.

My article The Limits of Portfolio Primacy, in the Vanderbilt Law Review and on SSRN.

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