David Zaring’s scholarship addresses administrative and regulatory law from an international perspective.
Harvard Law School, J.D., magna cum laude, 1996; Swarthmore College, B.A. with high honors, major in History, minor in Political Science, 1992.
Assistant Professor Legal Studies and Business Ethics and Management
Legal Studies and Business Ethics and Management
Capitol Hill Testimony
- Professor David Zaring testified before the GOP Financial Services, Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations (Committee on Financial Services) . The hearing entitled, “The Arbitrary and Inconsistent Non-Bank SIFI Designation Process” was held March 28, 2017. (PDF of Professor Zaring’s submitted testimony)
- Professor David Zaring testified before the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Financial Services, Subcommittee on Housing and Insurance. The hearing, titled, “The Impact of International Regulatory Standards on the Competitiveness of U.S. Insurers: Part II” was held February 25, 2016. Zarings’ testimony focused on three points:
- International financial regulatory standards protect American consumers and American financial stability by creating a level playing field for financial market participants and by preventing disruptive financial contagion that starts elsewhere.
- The U.S. has traditionally been a leader in formulating standards in matters of international regulatory cooperation, a role that would be threatened by legislation that ties the hand of its representatives.
- Transparency is not helped, and substantial burdens are imposed by, imposing too many procedural requirements on the deliberation and negotiation process itself.
David Zaring (2016). Free Trade Through Regulation?, Southern California Law Review, 28.
David Zaring (2016). Financial Reform’s Internationalism, Emory Law Journal, 65 (5), 1255.
David Zaring (2016). Enforcement Discretion at the SEC, Texas Law Review, 94 (3), 1155.
David Zaring (2015). Legal Obligation in International Law and International Finance, Cornell International Law Journal, 45.
David Zaring (2015). Law and Custom on the Federal Open Market Committee, Law and Contemporary Problems, 32.
David Zaring (2015). After the Deal: Fannie, Freddie and the Financial Crisis Aftermath, Boston University Law Review, 95 (3), 371-426.
Jean Galbraith and David Zaring (2015). Soft Law as Foreign Relations Law, Cornell Law Review, 99 (4), 735-794.
David Zaring (2014). Litigating the Financial Crisis, Virginia Law Review, 78.
David Zaring (2014). Finding Legal Principle in Global Financial Regulation, Cornell Law Review, 99 (4), 735-794.
David Zaring (2013). Against Being Against the Revolving Door, University of Illinois Law Review, 2013 (2), 507-550.
David Zaring (2013). Sovereignty Mismatch and the New Administrative Law, Washington University Law Review, 91 (1), 59-112.
David Zaring (2012). Regulating by Repute, Michigan Law Review, 16.
The Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs met to evaluate the US-EU Covered Agreement on insurance and reinsurance regulation. Witness testimony clarified the negotiation process and examined potential implementation costs. Wharton Professor David Zaring took the broad view that given the context of the financial crisis from which the agreement originated, the US would benefit from maintaining a global leadership position and deepening international cooperation through the exchange of information.(PDF of Professor Zaring’s submitted testimony)