Professor of Law
J. Howard Zeimann Fellow
- Business Associations
- Securities Regulation
- Corporate Finance
- Topics in Law and Economics
- BA, magna cum laude, Harvard University
- JD, Yale Law School
- PhD, Harvard University
Before joining the faculty at Loyola Law School, Carlos was a graduate student at Harvard University, where he obtained his PhD in Economics. As a doctoral student, he devoted much of his scholarship to the interaction of law and economics, and in particular to understanding the impact of judicial institutions on judges’ behavior. Prior to beginning his graduate studies, he practiced as a corporate attorney in New York, representing Latin American clients in various types of financings and in related securities law matters. His current research employs economic tools to further our understanding of the regulation of securities and other investments and of how legal regimes influence corporations' financing decisions.
- Gender Disparities in Plea Bargaining, 94 Ind. L.J.___(2019)
- Oligarchs, Foreign Powers & the Oppressed Minority: Regulating Control in Latin America, 30 Duke J. Int’l. & Comp. L. ___ (2019)
- Criminalizing Race: Racial Disparities in Plea Bargaining, 59 B.C.L. Rev. 1187 (2018)
- Electoral Cycles Among U.S. Courts of Appeals Judges, 60 J. L. & Econ. 479 (2017) (with Daniel L. Chen)
- Small Investments, Big Losses: The States' Role in Policing Securities, 92 Wash. L. Rev. 567 (2017)
For earlier scholarship please see my SSRN page.