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Andrew Jennings

Associate Professor of Law

Areas of Expertise

Securities Regulation, White-Collar Crime, Corporate Law


Corporate Crime, Securities Regulation


Andrew Jennings, who joined the faculty in 2023, teaches corporate law, securities regulation, and white-collar crime. His research interests focus on corporate governance and compliance, securities regulation, and white-collar crime.

Professor Jennings was previously an assistant professor at Brooklyn Law School, a lecturer in law and teaching fellow for the Corporate Governance & Practice program at Stanford Law School, and a scholar in residence at Duke Law School. He served as a law clerk to the Hon. Helene N. White of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit. He previously practiced law at Cravath, Swaine & Moore LLP, where he handled mergers and acquisitions and corporate governance matters, and at Sullivan & Cromwell LLP, where he practiced in criminal defense and investigations and civil litigation.

Professor Jennings’s scholarship has been featured in the Duke Law Journal, Brigham Young University Law Review, Journal of Corporation Law, Yale Journal on Regulation, and Maryland Law Review, among other publications. He earned degrees from Hampden-Sydney College and Duke University School of Law, where he concurrently earned a master’s degree in economics while serving as executive editor of the Duke Law Journal. In addition to his scholarship and teaching, Professor Jennings has served as an expert witness in business-related litigation and is the creator and host of the Business Scholarship Podcast, which features interviews with legal, accounting, finance, and other scholars.