Dan Awrey is a Professor of Law at Cornell Law School. Dan’s teaching and research interests reside in the area of financial regulation and, more specifically, the regulation of banks, investment funds, derivatives markets, payment systems, and financial market infrastructure. Dan has undertaken research and provided advice at the request of organizations including the Bank for International Settlements, U.S. Treasury Department, Federal Reserve Board, the President’s Working Group on Financial Markets, HM Treasury, UK Financial Conduct Authority, Commonwealth Secretariat, and European Securities and Markets Authority. His research has been featured in publications including the Yale Law Journal, New York University Law Review, Georgetown Law Journal, Cornell Law Review, Harvard Business Law Review, and the Journal of Comparative Economics. Dan is a co-author of one of the leading textbooks on financial regulation, Principles of Financial Regulation, published by Oxford University Press. He is also a founding co-managing editor of the Journal of Financial Regulation.
B.A., Queens University, 1998
LL.B., Queens University, 2002
LL.M., University of Toronto, 2008
D.Phil., University of Oxford, 2012
“The Promise and Perils of Open Finance”, 40 Yale J. on Reg. [forthcoming]; co-authored with Joshua Macey.
“Open Access, Interoperability, and the DTCC’s Unexpected Path to Monopoly”, 132 Yale L. J. [forthcoming]; co-authored with Joshua Macey.
“Unbundling Banking, Money, and Payments”, 110 Georgetown L. J. [forthcoming].
“Why Financial Regulation Keeps Falling Short”, 61:7 Boston College L. Rev. 2296-2353 (2020); co-authored with Kate Judge.