Professor Jessica Erickson teaches and writes in the areas of corporate governance and securities regulation. Her scholarship has appeared in the Notre Dame Law Review, William and Mary Law Review, and Iowa Law Review, among other venues. Prior to joining the Richmond Law faculty in 2007, Professor Erickson practiced corporate and securities law at Hunton & Williams LLP, where her practice included securities class actions, derivative suits, internal investigations, and mergers and acquisitions.
Piling On? An Empirical Study of Parallel Derivative Suits, with Stephen J. Choi and A.C. Pritchard (forthcoming 2016)
Heightened Procedure, 102 Iowa L. Rev. (forthcoming 2016).
The Market for Leadership in Corporate Litigation, 2015 U. Ill. L. Rev. 1479 (2015).
The New Professional Plaintiffs in Shareholder Litigation, 64 Fla. L. Rev. 1089 (2013).
Experiential Education in the Lecture Hall, 6 Northeastern L. Rev. 87 (2013)
Overlitigating Corporate Fraud, 97 Iowa L. Rev. 49 (2011).
Corporate Governance in the Courtroom: An Empirical Analysis, 51 Wm. & Mary L. Rev. 1749 (2010).
Corporate Misconduct and the Perfect Storm of Shareholder Litigation, 84 Notre Dame L. Rev. 75 (2008).
"Frequent Filers:" The Problems of Shareholder Lawsuits and the Path to Reform (U.S. Chamber Institute for Legal Reform 2014) (co-authored with Adam Pritchard & Steven Choi)
"Frequent Filers:" Repeat Plaintiffs in Shareholder Litigation, (U.S. Chamber Institute for Legal Reform 2013) (co-authored with Adam Pritchard & Steven Choi)
"Frequent Filers" in Securities and Fiduciary Duty Actions: The Problem and the Path to Reform (U.S. Chamber Institute for Legal Reform 2013) (co-authored with Adam Pritchard & Steven Choi)