Josh Macey specializes in administrative law, environmental law, energy law, corporate law, bankruptcy, and the regulation of financial institutions. His work has been featured in the Wall Street Journal and Harvard Law School’s Forum on Corporate Governance and Financial Regulation, and has appeared or is forthcoming in the Stanford Law Review, the Stanford Law Review Online, the University of Pennsylvania Law Review, the Yale Law Journal, the Michigan Law Review, the Harvard Law Review, and the Yale Journal on Regulation.
Macey graduated from Yale College, the London School of Economics, and Yale Law School. He has worked at Morgan Stanley and clerked for Judge J. Harvie Wilkinson III on the Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit.
Yale Law School
London School of Economics
The University of Chicago Law School
Assistant Professor of Law, 2020-present
Cornell Law School
Visiting Assistant Professor of Law, 2019-2020
Post-Doctoral Associate, 2018-2019
United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit
Law Clerk to Hon. J. Harvie Wilkinson III, 2017-2018
- "Claim Durability and Bankruptcy’s Tort Problem," 38 Yale Journal on Regulation __ (2021) (forthcoming) (with Vincent Buccola).
- "Long Live the Federal Power Act’s Bright Line," 134 Harvard Law Review __ (2021) (forthcoming) (with Matthew Christiansen). ssrn
- "Zombie Energy Laws," 73 Vanderbilt Law Review 1077 (2020). ssrn www
- "Rate Regulation Redux," 168 University of Pennsylvania Law Review __ (2020) (with Jackson Salovaara). ssrn
- "Bankruptcy as Bailout: Coal Company Insolvency and the Erosion of Federal Law," 71 Stanford Law Review 879 (2019) (with Jackson Salovaara). ssrn
- "What Corporate Veil?," 117 Michigan Law Review 1195 (2019). ssrn
- Note, "Dodd-Frank is a Pigouvian Regulation", 126 Yale Law Journal 1336 (2018) (with Aaron Levine). ssrn
- "The Costs of Administrative Aggregation," 70 Stanford Law Review Online __ (2018) (with Shannon Grammel). www
- Note, "Playing Nicely: How Judges Can Improve Dodd-Frank and Foster Interagency Collaboration", 126 Yale Law Journal 806 (2017). ssrn