James Park

James Park

Faculty Director, Lowell Milken Institute for Business Law and Policy
Professor of Law
B.A. Miami University, 1996
J.D. Yale, 2000
UCLA Faculty Since 2013


Can Delaware be Dethroned? Evaluating Delaware’s Dominance of Corporate Law (edited by edited by Iman Anabtawi, Stephen Bainbridge, Sung Hui Kim, and James Park). Cambridge Univ. Press (2018).

Articles and Chapters

Regulation by Selective Enforcement: The SEC and Initial Coin Offerings (with Howard H. Park), 61 Washington Journal of Law and Policy 99 (2020). Full Text
Do the Securities Laws Promote Short-Termism?, 10 UC Irvine Law Review 991 (2020). Full Text
Delaware and Santa Fe, in Delaware’s Dominance in Corporate Law (Forthcoming, Cambridge University Press). Full Text
Insider Trading and the Integrity of Mandatory Disclosure, 2018 Wisconsin Law Review 1133 (2018). Full Text
Auditor Settlements of Securities Class Actions, 14 Journal of Empirical Legal Studies 169 (2017). Full Text
Reassessing the Distinction Between Corporate and Securities Law, 64 UCLA Law Review 116 (2017). Full Text
Bondholders and Securities Class Actions, 99 Minnesota Law Review 585 (2014). Full Text
Securities Class Actions and Bankrupt Companies, 111 Michigan Law Review 547 (2013). Full Text
Rules, Principles, and the Competition to Enforce the Securities Laws, 100 California Law Review 115 (2012). Full Text
Rule 10b-5 and the Rise of the Unjust Enrichment Principle, 60 Duke Law Journal 345 (2010). Full Text
Shareholder Compensation as Dividend, 108 Michigan Law Review 323 (2009). Full Text
Assessing the Materiality of Financial Misstatements, 34 Journal of Corporation Law 513 (2009). Reprinted in 42 Securities Law Review 406 (2010). Full Text
The Competing Paradigms of Securities Regulation, 57 Duke Law Journal 625 (2007). Reprinted in 50 Corporate Practice Commentator 723 (2008). Full Text
The Constitutional Tort Action as Individual Remedy, 38 Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Law Review 393 (2003).

Essays and Shorter Works

When Are Tokens Securities? Some Questions from the Perplexed, Lowell Milken Institute Policy Report (Dec. 2018). Full Text
The Limits of the Right to Sell and the Rise of Federal Corporate Law, 70 Oklahoma Law Review 159 (2017).