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Faculty Advisor

Professor Andrew B. Spalding

 

Professor Andrew Spalding teaches and writes in the area of international business law. His scholarship, which focuses on anti-corruption law, has appeared in the UCLA Law Review and Wisconsin Law Review, among other venues. Professor Spalding is the Senior Editor of the FCPA Blog, and his research has been covered by the New York TimesWall Street JournalEconomistAtlanticForbes, and National Public Radio. From 2009-2010, Professor Spalding was a Fulbright Senior Research Scholar in Mumbai, India, traveling across India and into Bangladesh, Kazakhstan, Thailand, Turkey, and the United Arab Emirates to conduct research and lecture at law and business schools. He has also taught intensive short courses on international business transactions and other legal topics to practicing lawyers in Beijing, China through the Beijing Lawyers Association. Professor Spalding has a Ph.D. in Political Science, and has served as a lecturer, panelist, or invited keynote speaker at over two dozen conferences and meetings on international business and anti-corruption law topics.

 

 

Publications:

Restorative Justice for Multinational Corporations, 76 Ohio St. L.J. ___ (forthcoming 2015).

Corruption, Corporations, and the New Human Right, ___ Wash. U. L. Rev. ___ (forthcoming 2014).

The Problem of Deterring Extraterritorial Crime, 17 Chap. L. Rev. 355 (2014). [L] [W] [HEIN]

Work in Progress, Corruption as an International Human Right, Brookings Institution White Paper (co-authored with Matthew Murray, U.S. Department of Commerce).

Four Uncharted Corners of Anti-Corruption Law: in Search of Remedies to the Sanctioning Effect, 2012 Wis. L. Rev. 661 (2012), solicited symposium piece. [Journal] [SSRN] [L] [W] [HEIN]

The Russian Federation Joins the OECD Convention Against Bribery, ASIL Insights, June 2012, Vol. 16, No. 19. [online]

The Irony of International Business Law: U.S. Progressivism and China’s New Laissez Faire, 59 UCLA L. Rev. 354 (2011). [Journal] [SSRN] [L] [W] [HEIN]

Unwitting Sanctions: Understanding Anti-Bribery Legislation as Economic Sanctions Against Emerging Markets, 62 Fla. L. Rev. 351 (2010). [Journal] [W] [HEIN]