Claire Hill

Claire Hill is a professor at the University of Minnesota Law School and holds the James L. Krusemark Chair in Law. She teaches courses on corporate law, mergers and acquisitions, contracts, and law and economics, among other topics. Hill is also the founding director of the Law School’s Institute for Law and Rationality. She was interviewed by BBC’s World Inquiry on the subject of bank culture.

Week in Review

Week in Review

The Supreme Court holds that Yeshiva must recognize an LGBTQ group on campus, Senator Lindsey Graham introduces a federal ban on abortion, and more…

Week in Review

Week in Review

President Biden announces student loan forgiveness, a federal judge blocks HHS abortion guidance, and more…

Week in Review

Week in Review

President Biden takes executive climate actions, the House passes bills to protect reproductive and marriage rights, and more…

Week in Review

Week in Review

The Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade, limits EPA’s ability to combat climate change, and more…

Week in Review

Week in Review

The House passes gun control legislation, the Supreme Court expands an exemption to the Federal Arbitration Act, and more…

Week in Review

Week in Review

The Supreme Court limits judicial review of immigration proceedings, lifts a restriction on repayment of candidate-provided campaign loans, and more…

Week in Review

Week in Review

A federal judge strikes down a public transportation mask mandate, DHS extends vaccine requirements for non-U.S. travelers entering the country, and more…

Bank Culture in the Trump Era

Bank Culture in the Trump Era

Three kinds of bank behavior contributed to the financial crisis, and President Trump’s personal business activities appear to support that behavior.