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- Mount Holyoke College B.A. 2005
- Cornell Law School J.D. 2009
- Joined the Maurer School of Law faculty in 2014
- Scholarship focuses on financial market regulation, commodities markets, and corporate governance
- Recipient of 2016 Trustees' Teaching Award
Gina-Gail S. Fletcher joined the faculty of the Indiana University Maurer School of Law in 2014. Professor Fletcher's current research focuses on the interplay of public regulation and private ordering in enhancing market stability and integrity. Her recent scholarship has been published or is forthcoming in New York University Law Review, Duke Law Journal, and Iowa Law Review. Additionally, her scholarship has also been featured on the Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance and Financial Regulation and the Oxford Legal Blog. Professor Fletcher has presented her work at Yale Law School, Duke Law School, and Notre Dame Law School, among others, and she has been an invited speaker at George Washington University Law School on the role of the CFTC in the financial markets. Professor Fletcher teaches Corporations, Venture Capital Financing, and Financial Regulation. In 2016, she was awarded the IU Trustees' Teaching Award for excellence in teaching.
Prior to joining the Maurer School of Law, Professor Fletcher was a visiting assistant professor at Cornell Law School where she taught courses on Business Organizations and Corporate Governance. Prior to entering academia, Professor Fletcher practiced as an associate attorney in the Washington, DC office of Gibson Dunn & Crutcher LLP, where she specialized in securities regulation, mergers and acquisitions, banking, and corporate governance. Professor Fletcher received her BA magna cum laude from Mount Holyoke College and her JD cum laude from Cornell Law School, where she was a member of the Cornell Law Review.
- Foreign Corruption As Market Manipulation, 87 UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO LAW REVIEW (Forthcoming 2020).
- The Conflicted Advice Problem: A Response to Conflicts & Capital Allocation, 80 OHIO STATE LAW JOURNAL (2019).
- Engineered Credit Default Swaps: Innovative or Manipulative?, 94 NEW YORK UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW (2019).
- Legitimate Yet Manipulative: The Conundrum of Open-Market Manipulation, 68 DUKE LAW JOURNAL 479 (2018).
- Benchmark Regulation, 102 IOWA LAW REVIEW 1929 (2017).
- Hazardous Hedging: The (Unacknowledged) Risks of Hedging with Credit Derivatives, 33 REVIEW OF BANKING & FINANCIAL LAW 813 (2014).