Greg Shill

Greg Shill

Biographical Information

Publications

Articles

Gregory H. Shill, "Should Law Subsidize Driving?" 95 New York University Law Review 498 (2020), 82 pages.
Gregory H. Shill, "The Golden Leash and the Fiduciary Duty of Loyalty," 64 UCLA Law Review 1246 (2017), 55 pages.
Gregory H. Shill, "Boilerplate Shock: Sovereign Debt Contracts as Incubators of Systemic Risk," 89 Tulane Law Review 751 (2015), 65 pages.
Gregory H. Shill, "Ending Judgment Arbitrage: Jurisdictional Competition and the Enforcement of Foreign Money Judgments in the United States," 54 Harvard International Law Journal 459 (2013), 62 pages.
Gregory H. Shill, "Erosion of the Fiduciary-Duty Requirement in Insider Trading Actions," with Joel Cohen and Mary Kay Dunning, 20 Securities Litigation Journal 12 (2010), 6 pages.
Gregory H. Shill, "Enemy Combatants and a Challenge to the Separation of War Powers in Al-Marri v. Wright, 487 F.3d 160 (4th Cir. 2007)," 31 Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy 393 (2008), 17 pages.

Short Essays

Gregory H. Shill, "Americans Shouldn’t Have to Drive, but the Law Insists on It," The Atlantic.com, July 9, 2019, 6 pages.
Gregory H. Shill, "Unsafe Streets' New Liability," 2 Vision Zero Cities: International Journal of Traffic Safety Innovation 37 (2017), 3 pages.