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Matthew Turk - Indiana University, Kelley School of Business. Indianapolis, IN, US

Matthew Turk Matthew Turk

Assistant Professor of Business Law and Ethics | Indiana University, Kelley School of Business

Indianapolis, IN, UNITED STATES

Professor Turk focuses on financial regulation, securities law, and international economic law

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Biography

Matthew Turk is an Assistant Professor of Business Law and Ethics at Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business. His scholarship focuses on financial regulation, securities law, and international economic law, and has been published in a number of law journals, including: the Washington & Lee Law Review, Columbia Business Law Review, University of Kansas Law Review, and Berkeley Journal of International Law. Before joining the Kelley School, Prof. Turk completed a federal judicial clerkship at the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals and practiced as a corporate litigator at the law firm Sullivan & Cromwell. He is a magna cum laude graduate of the New York University School of Law.

Industry Expertise (1)

Education/Learning

Areas of Expertise (3)

International Economic Law and Policy

Financial Regulation

Securities Law

Education (2)

New York University School of Law: J.D. 2010

University of California San Diego: B.A. 2006

Articles (5)

Reversing the Two Wrong Turns in the Economic Analysis of International Law Berkeley Journal of International Law

Turk, Matthew C.

2018

Securitization Reform after the Crisis: Regulation by Rulemaking or Regulation by Settlement? Review of Banking & Financial Law

Turk, Matthew C.

2018

The Leidos Mixup and the Misunderstood Duty to Disclose in Securities Law Washington & Lee Law Review

Turk, Matthew C. with Karen Woody

2018

The Banking-Sovereign Nexus: Law, Economics and Policy Columbia Journal of Transnational Law

Turk, Matthew C.

2017

Regulation by Settlement University of Kansas Law Review

Turk, Matthew C.

2017