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Andrew C. W. Lund

Andrew C. W. Lund
Andrew C. W. Lund

Professor of Law; Associate Dean for Research and Faculty Development
BA, Swarthmore College
JD, New York University School of Law

(914) 422-4237
Office: P207

Judy Jaeger
Office: P219
(914) 422-4292

Office Hours:
Wednesdays 1:30 - 2:30


Andrew Lund joined the Pace faculty from the New York City firm Sullivan & Cromwell LLP (2003-2007), where he was an associate practicing in the areas of employee benefits and executive compensation and mergers and acquisitions. From 2002-03, he clerked for the Honorable Rhesa H. Barksdale, Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit.

Professor Lund teaches Corporations & Partnerships and Securities Regulation. His research interests are directed toward public companies’ corporate governance mechanisms and executive compensation.

Articles: "Do Outside Directors Face Labor Market Consequences? A Natural Experiment from the Financial Crisis," (with Steven Davidoff & Rob Schonlau) 4 Harvard Business Law Review 53 (2014).  
  "Pay as Risk Regulation," 41 Florida State Law Review 609 (2014).  
  "Tax’s Triviality for Pay Reform," 57 Villanova Law Review 571 (2012).  
  "Compensation as Signaling," 64 Florida Law Review 591 (2012).  
  "The Diminishing Returns of Incentive Pay in Executive Compensation Contracts" (with Gregg D. Polsky), 87 Notre Dame Law Review 677 (2011).  
  "Say on Pay’s Bundling Problems," 99 Kentucky Law Journal 119 (2010).  
  "Opting Out of Good Faith," 37 Florida State University Law Review 393 (2010).  
  "Rethinking Aronson: Board Authority and Overdelegation," 11 University of Pennsylvania Journal of Business and Employment Law 703 (2009).  
  "What was the Question? The NYSE and Nasdaq's Curious Listing Standards Requiring Shareholder Approval of Equity-Compensation Plans," 39 Connecticut Law Review 119 (2006).  
Other Writings by Professor Lund:  
  "Can Executive Compensation Reform Cure Short-Termism?," (with Gregg D. Polsky) Brookings Institution Governance Studies Series (2013).  
  "The Importance of Lawyers in Judge Barksdale’s Jurisprudence," 79 Mississippi Law Journal  301(2009).  
Works In Progress:  
  "Golden Parachutes, Severance and Firm Value," (with Rob Schonlau).