M. Todd Henderson is the Michael J. Marks Professor of Law at the University of Chicago, where he is also a lecturer at the Booth School of Business and a fellow of the Becker-Friedman Institute.

Henderson researches and writes on a wide range of topics, from securities regulation to American Indian Law. He is the author of seven books, including two legal thrillers. His latest book, Native Americans and the Supreme Court (2022), is an exploration of the key cases at the court that have defined Native American constitutional rights, from land to gender equality. He has taught securities regulation, corporate law, financial regulation, banking law, torts, American Indian law, and derivatives, and has held seminars on numerous topics, including negotiations and libertarian thought.

Henderson serves as an advisor to a venture capital fund and numerous start-ups and is a board member of several companies. He served for three years as a judge for the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority. Prior to becoming an academic, Henderson worked as a lawyer at Kirkland & Ellis and a consultant at McKinsey & Company. He served as a senior advisor for McKinsey in 2021.

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