Lin (Lynn) Bai
Lin (Lynn) Bai
Professor of Law, College of Law
427 College of Law Building
Areas of Interest: Corporate Law, Empirical Legal Methods, Property, Securities Regulation
Professor Bai joined the College of Law faculty in 2007, after a decade working in the areas of corporate finance and securities law in New York and Hong Kong. She was a corporate lawyer with O’Melveny & Myers and an investment banker with Oppenheimer & Co. She later joined the Hong Kong Securities and Futures Commission as a Senior Manager.
Professor Bai’s research focuses on corporate and securities law. Her work appeared in University of Pennsylvania Journal of Business Law, NYU Journal of Law and Business, William & Mary Business Law Journal, University of Pennsylvania Law Review, Wisconsin Law Review, etc. Her article, There are Plaintiffs, and . . . There are Plaintiffs: An Empirical Analysis of Securities Class Action Settlements (co-authored with James D. Cox and Randall S. Thomas), was selected as one of the “Top 10 Corporate and Securities Articles of 2008” by Corporate Practice Commentator. Professor Bai also frequently serves as a referee for contributions submitted to The Journal of Legal Studies.
BA (equivalent), Beijing University
LLM, Pennsylvania State University, the Dickinson School of Law
JD, University of Texas at Austin
PhD, Duke University
- Business Association
- Corporate Finance
- Mergers & Acquisitions
- Contemporary Issues in Business Regulation