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Antony Page

Vice Dean and Professor of Law

Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law
Lawrence W. Inlow Hall, Room 227K
530 W. New York Street
Indianapolis, IN 46202-3225

Phone: (317) 278-9037
Fax: (317) 278-4785
E-Mail: page@iupui.edu


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Education

B. Comm. (Great Distinction), 1988, McGill University
M.B.A., 1990, Simon Fraser University
J.D. (Distinction), 1997, Stanford Law School

Courses

Closely Held Business Organizations; Mergers & Acquisitions; Contracts and Sales I; Contracts and Sales II; International Law; International Securities Regulation; Publicly Traded Corporations

Bio

Antony Page came to IU in the Summer of 2003. An expert in corporate law, he graduated with Distinction from Stanford Law School and was elected to the Order of the Coif. He also served as articles editor on the Stanford Law and Policy Review . Prior to arriving in Indiana, he worked in mergers and acquisitions, securities and corporate finance at the law firm of Sullivan & Cromwell in both their London and Los Angeles offices. He also clerked for the Honorable A.L. Alarcon, of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit and the Honorable H.L. Hupp of the U.S. District Court, C.D. CA. From 1990 to 1994 he worked for the Canadian Department of Foreign Affairs, serving as Second Secretary & Vice Consul in Thailand, Laos and Burma; Trade Commissioner in the Asia-Pacific South Division; and Assistant Trade Commissioner in the European Union Trade and Economic Relations Division.

His publications include official Canadian government reports and guides such as Foreign Investment in Thailand and An Exporter’s Guide to Sri Lanka . He has also published in a variety of journals, including the Boston University Law Review, Georgia Law Review, Illinois Law Review, Michigan Law Review, and Stanford Social Innovation Review, and his work has been cited by U.S. courts including the Supreme Court and four state supreme courts. Professor Page has received the Outstanding New Faculty Member Award from the student body, an Indiana University Trustees' Teaching Award, and has also been awarded John S. Grimes Fellowships and Dean Fellowships.

Publications

(SSRN: http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/cf_dev/AbsByAuth.cfm?per_id=364247)

Books and Chapters

  • Has Corporate Law Failed?, 107 MICHIGAN LAW REVIEW 979 (2009) (book review)
  • Exclusion of Offers from the United States: Selected Problems with the Application of the Cross-Border Rules, in A PRACTITIONER’S GUIDE TO THE ACQUISITION OF COMPANIES IN THE UNITED STATES (City and Financial Publishing, 2002) (with R. Morrissey)

Law Review and Journal Articles

  • Is Social Enterprise the New Corporate Social Responsibility?, 34 SEATTLE LAW REVIEW 1351 (2011) (symposium issue) (with R. Katz)
  • Freezing-out the Founders: Corporate Law and the Sale of Ben & Jerry’s, 35 VERMONT LAW REVIEW 211 (2010) (symposium issue) (with R. Katz)
  • The Role of Social Enterprise, 35 VERMONT LAW REVIEW 59 (2010) (symposium issue) (with R. Katz)
  • Unconscious Bias and the Limits of Director Independence, 2009 U. ILLINOIS L. REV. 269 (2009)
  • Poll Workers, Election Law, and the Problem of Implicit Bias, 15 Mich. J. Race & L. 1 (w/ M. Pitts)
  • Trouble Counting Votes? Comparing Voting Mechanisms in the United States and Selected Other Countries, 41 CREIGHTON L. REV. 3 (2008) (election issue) (with F. Emmert & C. Page)
  • Taking Stock of the First Amendment’s Application to Securities Regulation, 58 SOUTH CAROLINA L. REV. 789 (2007) (symposium issue)
  • A Uniform Domestic Partnership Act: Marrying Business Partnership and Family Law, 41 GEORGIA L. REV. 349 (2007) (with J. Drobac)
  • Controlling Corporate Speech: Is Regulation Fair Disclosure Unconstitutional?,39 U.C. DAVIS L. REV. 1 (Nov. 2005) (with K. Yang)
  • Regulation Fair Disclosure and the First Amendment, 9 WALL ST. LAWYER 1 (2005)
  • Batson’s Blind Spot: Unconscious Stereotyping and the Peremptory Challenge, 85 BOSTON UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW 155 (Feb. 2005) (cited by the Supreme Court in Miller-El v. Dretke, 125 S.CT. 2317, 2341, 2343 (2005) (Breyer, J., concurring))
  • Admissibility of “High-Tech” Evidence, 11 CAL. LIT. 3, 17 (1998) (with J. Lee)

Essays and Reports

  • Jury Selection, in AMERICAN ENCYCLOPEDIA OF CIVIL LIBERTIES (New York: Routledge 2006)
  • Batson v. Kentucky, in AMERICAN ENCYCLOPEDIA OF CIVIL LIBERTIES (New York: Routledge 2006)
  • Selective Prosecution, in AMERICAN ENCYCLOPEDIA OF CIVIL LIBERTIES (New York: Routledge 2006)
  • The Baldus Study, in AMERICAN ENCYCLOPEDIA OF CIVIL LIBERTIES (New York: Routledge 2006)

Book Reviews

  • Uproar at Dancing Rabbit Creek: Battling over Race, Class and the Environment, 16 STANFORD ENVIRONMENTAL LAW JOURNAL 338 (1997)

Other Publications

  • Dedication to Judge Alarcon: A Law Clerk's Perspective, 44 LOYOLA LAW REVIEW L.A. 35 (2011)
  • State Needs to Help Firms Help Others, INDIANAPOLIS STAR, p. A-9, (May 8, 2011) (op-ed arguing that the state should provide additional organizational forms for business) (with R. Katz)
  • Outdated Racial Stereotypes Can Mask Subtler Forms of Bias, ATLANTA JOURNAL CONSTITUTION, p. A-9, (July 27, 2009) (op-ed arguing that unconscious bias may have led to Gates’ arrest) (with M. Pitts)
  • Trust the Market in Sale of Unocal, BALTIMORE SUN, A-13, (Jul. 27 2005) (op-ed arguing in favor of allowing a Chinese firm to buy Unocal)
  • Director Independence: What Can Delaware Teach Other Jurisdictions?, proceedings of the International Business Association’s annual conference, Vancouver, Canada (May 2005)
  • Foreign Investment in Thailand, CANADA EXPORT (Jan. 1994)
  • Exporter's Guide to Sri Lanka, 2d Ed., Govt. Comm. Srvcs, (1992)(translated to French, 1993)
  • Telecommunications: A Sectoral Overview, CANADA-INDIA BUSINESS JOURNAL (Fall 1991)

Presentations

  • The L3C: From Hypothetical to Reality, L3C Inaugural Conference, Chicago, June 7, 2011
  • Is Social Enterprise the New Corporate Social Responsibility?, Berle II Symposium, Seattle University School of Law, Seattle, WA (Jan. 22, 2011)
  • Is Social Enterprise the New Corporate Social Responsibility?, Midwestern Law & Economics Association Annual Meeting, University of Colorado Law School, Boulder, CO (Oct 10, 2010)
  • Notion Building: Legal Forms for Social Entrepreneurs, Developing Ideas Conference, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY (May 13, 2010)
  • Is Social Enterprise the New Progressive Corporate Law?, Law & Society Annual Conference, Chicago, IL (May 28, 2010)
  • Poll Workers, Election Law, and the Problem of Implicit Bias, American Psychology Law Society Annual Conference, Vancouver, B.C. (Mar. 20, 2010)
  • What’s Progressive about Social Enterprise?, Symposium: Corporate Creativity: The Vermont L3C & Other Developments in Social Entrepreneurship, Vermont Law School, South Royalton, VT (Feb 19, 2010)
  • Freezing-out the Founders: Corporate Law and the Sale of Ben & Jerry’s, Symposium: Corporate Creativity: The Vermont L3C & Other Developments in Social Entrepreneurship, Vermont Law School, South Royalton, VT (Feb 18, 2010)
  • Making Money & Making a Difference: Can Law Help the Social Entrepreneur Transform the World?, Indiana University Winter College, Fort Myers, FL (Feb. 13., 2010)
  • Notion Building: Giving Form to Social Enterprise, Workshop in Political Theory and Policy Analysis, Bloomington, IN (Nov. 30, 2009) (with R. Katz)
  • Right Now It’s Only a Notion: Giving Form to Social Enterprise, Midwestern Law & Economics Association Annual Meeting, Notre Dame School of Law, South Bend, IN (Oct 10, 2009) (with R. Katz)
  • Right Now It’s Only a Notion: Giving Form to Social Enterprise, Faculty Workshop, Florida State University College of Law, Tallahassee, FL (Sept. 3, 2009)
  • Failures of Corporate Governance: The Independent Director Solution, Renmin University of China School of Law, Beijing, China (June 19, 2009)
  • Termination Fees, Reverse Termination Fees, and Standards of Review, Jun He Law Offices, Beijing (and simulcast to Shanghai & Shenzen), China (June 18, 2009)
  • Progressive Organizational Law: Solutions to What Problems?, Chinese University of Political Science and Law, Beijing, China (June 15, 2009)
  • Failures of Corporate Governance: The Independent Director Solution, Chinese University of Political Science and Law, Beijing, China (June 15, 2009)
  • Process Matters: Directors, Deliberations and the Duty of Loyalty, Faculty Colloquium, Lewis & Clark Law School, Portland, OR (Mar. 13, 2009)
  • Process Matters: Directors, Deliberations and the Duty of Loyalty, American Psychology Law Society Annual Conference, San Antonio, TX (Mar. 5-7, 2009)
  • Process Matters: Directors, Deliberations and the Duty of Loyalty, Midwestern Law & Economics Association Annual Meeting, Northwestern University School of Law, Chicago, IL (Oct. 3-4, 2008)
  • Process Matters: Directors, Deliberations and the Duty of Loyalty, Big Ten Scholar’s Conference, Indiana University School of Law, Bloomington, IN (Aug. 4-5, 2008)
  • Unconscious Bias and the Limits of Director Independence, Works-in-Progress, Faculty Regional Workshop, Washington University in St. Louis, School of Law, MO (June 23, 2008)
  • Espousing Partnership: Marrying Business Partnership and Family Law, First Annual Midwest Family Law Conference, “Jazzing up Family Law”, Indiana University School of Law—Indianapolis, IN (June 12-13, 2008)
  • "Revising the Short-Swing Trading Rules for the 21st Century," Midwestern Law & Economics Association Annual Meeting, University of Minnesota Law School, Minneapolis, MN (Oct. 12, 2007).
  • "Revising the Short-Swing Trading Rules for the 21st Century," Untenured Academics Conference, Indiana University School of Law-Bloomingon, IN (Aug. 5-6, 2007).
  • "Examining the So-Called 'Securities Regulation Exemption' to the First Amendment," faculty colloquium at the Brandeis School of Law, Louisville, KY (Mar. 19, 2007).
  • "Examining the So-Called 'Securities Regulation Exemption' to the First Amendment," Symposium: Commercial Speech in an Age of Emerging Technology and Corporate Scandal, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC (Feb. 15-16, 2007).
  • "A Social Psychological Critique of the Independent Director," faculty colloquium at the Stetson College of Law, Gulfport FL (Mar. 3, 2006).
  • "A Social Psychological Critique of the Independent Director," American Psychology Law Society Annual Conference, St. Petersburg, FL (Mar. 2, 2006).
  • "A Social Psychological Critique of the Independent Director," presentation to the faculty at the University of Illinois College of Law, Champaign, IL (Jan. 31, 2006).
  • "Director Independence: Independent From Whom and for What Purpose?," Midwestern Law & Economics Association Annual Meeting, Northwestern University School of Law, Chicago, IL (Oct. 14-15, 2005).
  • "Director Independence: Independent From Whom and for What Purpose?," Southeastern Association of Law Schools, Hilton Head, SC (Jul. 17-23, 2005)
  • "Automatic Stereotyping and the Unconstitutional Use of the Peremptory Challenge," American Psychology Law Society Annual Conference, La Jolla, CA (Mar. 3-6, 2005).
  • "The Unconstitutional Exercise of the Peremptory Challenge: A Social-Psychology Based Critique," Conference on Social Science, Centre for Policy and Practice, New Orleans, LA (Nov. 11-13, 2004).
  • "Bounded Rationality and the Unconstitutional Use of the Peremptory Challenge," Midwestern Law & Economics Association Annual Meeting, University of Iowa College of Law, Iowa City, IA (Oct. 7-8, 2004).