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This website contains online supplements to Barr, Jackson and Tahyar, Financial Regulation: Law and Policy (Foundation Press 2016). It is designed to update the book with recent developments and additional teacher materials. All readers of the Financial Regulation text are welcome to make use of the site's content.
In general, the site tracks the organization of the casebook. It is divided into twelve parts that correspond to the parts of the book. Supplemental readings, which either update or supplement the text, are further organized by chapter. For most parts of the book, we include HLS Experiential Learning Case Studies, which are designed to explore specific legal or policy issues in greater detail. (Typically, these case studies are located in a folder located after the last chapter in each Part.) Professors adopting the Financial Regulation text are most welcome to make use of these studies in their courses, and may distribute copies to students without further charge. In most cases, slides and teaching notes are available upon request (to instructors) from Professor Howell Jackson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We will be populating this site over the course of the 2017-2018 Academic Year. Chapter folders that include posted materials will be marked with an asterisk to facilitate searches.
Suggestions as to how this site might be improved, or as to additional materials that might be posted, are most welcome.
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Financial Regulation: Law and Policy
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