The Securities Law Program offers a robust series of lectures featuring leaders in the field of securities. Under the supervision of Professor David A. Lipton, the SLP Lecture Series focuses on a variety of substantive topics of current and enduring importance within securities regulation.

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Submissions from 2017

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Bitcoin Trading: Market Gambling or a Digital Payment System, Kevin Batteh

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Unicorns in the Land of Securities Law, Troy A. Paredes

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Impact of the 2016 Election on the Dodd Frank Legislation, Thomas Quaadman and Greg Babyal

Submissions from 2016

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The Value of Non-transparent Markets (“Dark Pool”) in Securities Trading, Matt Andresen

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Why is "CATS" Essential to Securities Law Enforcement?, Scott W. Bauguess

Submissions from 2015

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Prosecuting Insider Trading: A Delicate Balance, Stephen L. Cohen

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A Spirited Discussion On Corporate Governance, Daniel Gallagher and Sabastian V. Niles

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Should In House Attorneys Be Responsible for Corporate Compliance Failures, Rick Ketchum, Dick Walker, and Daniel Gallagher

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Insider Trading: Where has it been? Where does it now have to go?, William McLucas, Andrew Ceresney, and Daniel Gallagher

Submissions from 2014

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High Frequency Trading: What is it, and How Does it Impact the Markets, Gregg Berman

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Recent Developments at the SEC, Daniel Gallagher

Submissions from 2013

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Mortgage Bonds, their demise and rebirth.....are we ready for this?, John Arnholz

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How the SEC is Responding to Increasingly Computerized Markets, Gregg Berman

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Proxy Advisors and Their Impact on Corporate Governance and SEC Required Disclosure, Daniel Gallagher

Submissions from 2012

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High Frequency Trading: Why is it done? What are its dangers?, James A. Brigagliano, Christopher R. Concannon, and Theodore R. Lazo

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Pre IPO Issuer Disclosure... Post Facebook, Philip Shaikun

Submissions from 2011

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The Flash Crash of 2010, Gregg Berman

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Derivative Regulation Post Dodd Frank...., Eric Juzenas

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Dodd Frank: What was intended; How are we doing?, Christy L. Romero