Anthony Casey

Robert Braucher Visiting Professor of Law

Spring 2020

c/o OAA Lewis 208

Biography

Tony Casey is Professor of Law at the University of Chicago Law School. His research examines the intersection of finance and law, with a particular focus on corporate bankruptcy. He has written about topics including asset valuation, creditor priority, the constitutionality of bankruptcy courts, and the enforcement of intercreditor agreements. His broader projects explore business organization, civil procedure, and the litigation of complex business disputes. He also writes about how technological innovation is changing the foundations of our legal system.

Before entering academics, Professor Casey was a partner at Kirkland and Ellis, LLP. His legal practice focused on corporate bankruptcy, merger litigation, white-collar investigations, securities litigation, and complex class actions.

Professor Casey received his JD, with High Honors in 2002 from the University of Chicago Law School. After law school, Casey clerked for Chief Judge Joel M. Flaum of the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit.

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