Todd Haugh

Kelley School of Business/ Department of Business Law and Ethics IU Bloomington

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Areas of Expertise

White collar and corporate crime, business and behavioral ethics, moral decision-making and critical thinking, sentencing and punishment for economic crime, public corruption.

Expert Bio

Todd Haugh is an associate professor of business law and ethics and the Arthur M. Weimer Faculty Fellow in Business Law at the Indiana University Kelley School of Business. His scholarship focuses on white collar and corporate crime, business and behavioral ethics, and federal sentencing policy. His work has appeared in top law and business journals, and his expertise in behavioral compliance has led to frequent speaking and advising engagements with major U.S. companies.

A graduate of the University of Illinois College of Law and Brown University, Haugh has extensive professional experience as a white collar criminal defense attorney and a federal law clerk, and as part of the general counsel’s office of the United States Sentencing Commission. In 2011, he was chosen as a Supreme Court Fellow to study the administrative machinery of the federal judiciary.

At the Kelley School, Haugh teaches courses on business ethics, white collar crime, and judgment and decision-making. He is a recipient of over a dozen teaching and scholarly awards, including a Distinguished Early Career Achievement Award. In his research, teaching and corporate advising, he takes a unique look at how law, ethics, business and psychology interact in today’s complex world.

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Updated on: August 3, 2022