Dorothy Shapiro Lund is a Lecturer in Law and Bigelow Teaching Fellow at the University of Chicago Law School. Dorothy's research focuses on business law, business associations, corporate governance, securities law, and contracts.
Prior to becoming a Bigelow Fellow, Dorothy clerked for Chief Justice Leo E. Strine Jr. of the Delaware Supreme Court and Judge Joel M. Flaum of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit. She also practiced corporate law as an associate at Sullivan & Cromwell LLP. She graduated from Harvard Law School, where she was an Olin Fellow in Law and Economics.
- "Sexual Harassment and Corporate Law," __ Columbia Law Review __ (forthcoming) (with Daniel Hemel). ssrn
- "The Case Against Passive Shareholder Voting," __ Journal of Corporation Law __ (forthcoming 2018). ssrn
- "Time to Amend the Delaware Takeover Law," 39 Delaware Journal of Corporate Law 77 (2014) (with Stephen Shapiro). cu
- "Lessons from SEC v. Citigroup: The Optimal Scope for Judicial Review of Agency Consent Decrees," 15 Journal of Business and Securities Law 63 (2014). cu
- "A Competition Act by India, for India: The First Three Years of Enforcement Under the New Competition Act," 5 Indian Journal of International Economic Law 59 (2012). cu www
- "Kiobel and Corporate Immunity Under the Alien Tort Statute: The Struggle for Clarity Post-Sosa," 52 Harvard International Law Journal Online 209 (2011). cu www
- "Federalizing Fiduciary Duty: The Altered Scope of Officer Fiduciary Duty following Orderly Liquidation under Dodd-Frank," 2 Stanford Journal of Law, Business & Finance 223 (2011). cu