Michael Guttentag is the J. Rex Dibble Fellow and Professor of Law at Loyola Law School – Los Angeles, and he will be visiting at UCLA School of Law for our fall, 2012 semester. Professor Guttentag teaches Business Associations, Commercial Law, Empirical Methods, and Securities Regulation.
Professor Guttentag’s scholarship focuses primarily on securities regulation. He has used a variety of methods to better understand how financial markets should be regulated, including conducting experiments and developing mathematical models. His articles have appeared in a variety of journals and books, including The Indiana Law Journal, The Journal of Empirical Legal Studies, The Research Handbook on the Economics of Criminal Law, The Review of Law and Economics, Securities Law Review, and The Washington University Law Review.
Professor Guttentag received his A.B. from Harvard College, his M.B.A. from Harvard Business School, and his J.D. from Yale Law School. Prior to coming to academia, Professor Guttentag worked as a senior executive at both public and private firms in the entertainment, financial, and technology industries.