Regulation Workshop: Quinn Curtis

Cost, Conflicts, and College Savings: An Empirical Analysis of College Savings Plans

Albert Clark Tate, Jr., Professor of Law, University of Virginia

Location:
Uptown Campus
Weinmann Hall (Tulane Law School)
Room 202
Sponsored by:
Center for Public Policy Research
Center on Law and the Economy

Event Description

About the Speaker

Quinn Curtis joined the faculty of UVA Law in 2011.  He teaches courses on corporate law, securities and venture capital. His research focuses on empirical law and finance.  He has written extensively on the regulation of mutual funds and retirement accounts, including empirical work on 401(k) plans, mutual fund governance and fee litigation.  His other research interests include corporate governance and corporate litigation.   

His publications have appeared, among others in the Yale Law Journal; the University of Pennsylvania Law Review; the Journal of Law, Economics, and Organizations; and the Journal of Legal Studies.  He is a charter board member of the Society of Investment Law.  

Admission Information

Open to the public