Sunday, September 13, 2020

Sept 15 Deadline - Call for Submissions: AALS Section on Financial Institutions and Consumer Financial Protection

Dear BLPB readers:

The AALS Section on Financial Institutions and Consumer Financial Protection invites submissions of no more than five pages for the 2021 annual meeting. Selected speakers would present on Tuesday, January 5, from 1:15 to 2:30 pm ET.  The submission can be the abstract and/or introduction from a longer paper, and it should relate to the following session description:

After the 2008 financial crisis, Congress overhauled financial regulation. The Dodd-Frank Act of 2010 created a new consumer protection agency, limited bank investment, imposed new capital and liquidity requirements, created an umbrella financial council, and reworked derivatives oversight, among many significant pieces. This session will explore ideas about what the next sweeping financial legislation should entail.

Please send your anonymized materials by September 15, 2020, to Joseph Graham, jgraham@bu.edu. Please also indicate (a) whether you are tenured, pre-tenure, or other; (b) how far along the full article is, and (c) optionally, any other information that might benefit the committee in selecting a diverse panel of speakers.

On behalf of the Section on Financial Institutions and Consumer Financial Protection

Chair: Rory Van Loo (Boston University)

Chair-Elect: Pat McCoy (Boston College)

Executive Committee Members:

Hilary Allen (American University)

Felix Chang (University of Cincinnati)

Gina-Gail Fletcher (Duke University)

Kathryn Judge (Columbia University)

Michael Malloy (University of the Pacific)

Christopher Odinet (University of Iowa)

Paolo Saguato (George Mason University)

Jennifer Taub (Western New England University)

Andrew Tuch (Washington University)

David Zaring (University of Pennsylvania)

 

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