Areas of Expertise
White collar and corporate crime; business and behavioral ethics; moral decision making and critical thinking; sentencing and punishment for economic crime and public corruption.
- JD, University of Illinois College of Law, 2002
- BA, Brown University, 1999
- Supreme Court Fellow, Supreme Court of the United States, 2011-12
- Senior Associate Attorney, Winston & Strawn, Chicago, 2007-09
- Law Clerk, Hon. Suzanne B. Conlon, Senior District Judge, Northern District of Illinois, 2006-07
- Associate Attorney, Stetler, Duffy & Rotert, Chicago, 2002-06
Awards, Honors & Certificates
- Holmes-Cardozo Award for Outstanding Paper, Academy of Legal Studies in Business, 2021
- Sports and Entertainment Law Paper Award, Academy of Legal Studies in Business, 2021
- Trustees Teaching Award, Kelley School of Business, 2020
- Distinguished Early Career Achievement Award, Academy of Legal Studies in Business, 2019
- Outstanding Proceedings Paper Award, Academy of Legal Studies in Business, 2019
- Virginia Maurer Distinguished Ethics Paper Award, Academy of Legal Studies in Business, 2019
- Finalist, Outstanding Junior Faculty Award, Indiana University, 2019
- Finalist, Sauvain Undergraduate Teaching Award, Kelley School of Business, 2019
- Innovative Teaching Award (co-recipient), Kelley School of Business, 2019
- Finalist, Master Teacher Competition, Midwest Academy of Legal Studies in Business, 2019
- Hoeber Memorial Award for Excellence in Research, Academy of Legal Studies in Business, 2018
- McGraw-Hill Education Best Paper Award, MBAA International, 2018
- Finalist, Sauvain Undergraduate Teaching Award, Kelley School of Business, 2018
- Virginia Maurer Best Ethics Paper Award, Academy of Legal Studies in Business, 2017
- Best Paper Award, Mid-Atlantic Academy of Legal Studies in Business, 2017
- Trustees Teaching Award, Kelley School of Business, 2017
- McGraw-Hill Education Distinguished Paper Award, MBAA International, 2016
- Jesse Fine Fellowship, The Poynter Center for the Study of Ethics and American Institutions, 2016
- Innovative Teaching Award (co-recipient), Kelley School of Business, 2015
- Haugh, T. Power Distributions in Compliance. In Melissa Rorie & Benjamin van Rooij (Eds.) Measuring Compliance: How to Assess Legal and Regulatory Conformity in Business Organizations. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press (2022).
- Haugh, T. Understanding and Managing Behavioral Ethics Risk. In Virginia Suveiu (Ed.) Handbook of Risk Management and the Law. Abington, UK: Routledge Press (2022).
- Strader, J. K., and Haugh, T. Understanding White Collar Crime, Fifth Edition. Durham, NC: Carolina Academic Press (2022).
- Haugh, T. Leading a Healthier Company: Advancing a Public Health Model of Ethics and Compliance. 58 American Business Law Journal 799 (2021).
- Haugh, T. (2021) Criminalized Compliance. In D. Daniel Sokol and Benjamin van Rooij (Eds.) The Cambridge Handbook of Compliance. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.
- Haugh, T. Dual System Thinking Theory Explained in Infographics, Subscriptlaw (July 8, 2021).
- Fort, T. L., and Haugh, T. Music, Business and Peace: Sketching the Terrain. In Constance Cook Glen & Timothy L. Fort (Eds.) Music, Business and Peace Building (2021).
- Grow, N., and Haugh, T. Opinion: Why the NCAA Should Hope It Loses at the Supreme Court. Chicago Tribune (March 23, 2021).
- Prenkert, J. D., Barnes, A. J., Perry, J. W., Haugh, T., and Stemler, A. Business Law: The Legal, Global, and Digital Environment 18th Edition. Columbus, OH: McGraw Hill (2021).
- Haugh, T. Emerging Ethics. In Evan Nesterak (Ed.) Imagining the Next Decade of Behavioral Science. Behavioral Scientist, (Jan. 20, 2020).
- Stemler, A., Perry, J., and Haugh, T. The Code of the Platform, 54 Georgia Law Review 605 (2020).
- Haugh, T., and Bedi, S. Opinion: Just Because You Test Positive for Antibodies Doesn’t Mean You Have Them. New York Times (May 13, 2020).
- Fort, T. L., and Haugh, T. Cultural Foundations of Peace: How Business, Law, Ethics, and Music Can Provide Infrastructure for Social Harmony. 17 Berkeley Business Law Journal 194 (2020).
- Haugh, T. Behavioral Ethics: Euphemisms. In Deborah C. Poff and Alex C. Michalos (Eds.) Encyclopedia of Business and Professional Ethics. New York, NY: Springer Publishing (2019).
- Haugh, T. Behavioral Ethics: Rationalizations. In Deborah C. Poff and Alex C. Michalos (Eds.) Encyclopedia of Business and Professional Ethics. New York, NY: Springer Publishing (2019).
- Haugh, T. Harmonizing Governance, Risk Management, and Compliance Through the Paradigm of Behavioral Ethics Risk. 21 University of Pennsylvania Journal of Business Law 873 (2019).
- Haugh, T. Modeling the Message: Closing the Knowledge Gap in Business Law and Ethics Classes. 36 Journal of Legal Studies Education 159 (2019).
- Haugh, T. The Power Few of Corporate Compliance. 53 Georgia Law Review 129 (2018).
- Haugh, T. Caremark’s Behavioral Legacy. 90 Temple Law Review 611 (2018).
- Haugh, T. Review of Mary Kreiner Ramirez & Steven A. Ramirez, The Case for the Corporate Death Penalty: Restoring Law and Order on Wall Street. 133 Political Science Quarterly 595 (2018).
- Haugh, T. The Criminalization of Compliance. 92 Notre Dame Law Review 1215 (2017).
- Haugh, T. Exactly Wrong: Why the Trump Administration’s Stated Policies Will Increase Corporate Crime. 29 Federal Sentencing Reporter, 91 (2017).
- Haugh, T. Nudging Corporate Compliance. 54 American Business Law Journal 683 (2017).
- Haugh, T. The Ethics of Intracorporate Behavioral Ethics. 8 California Law Review (Berkeley) Online 1 (2017).
- Haugh, T. "Cadillac Compliance" Breakdown. 69 Stanford Law Review Online 198 (2017).
- Haugh, T. The Trouble with Corporate Compliance Programs. 59 MIT Sloan Management Review 198 (2017).
- Haugh, T., and Bernardo, K. (2016). Sentencing. In Peter M. Koelling (Ed.) The Improvement of the Administration of Justice, Eighth Edition. Chicago, IL: American Bar Association.
- Haugh, T. Overcriminalization’s New Harm Paradigm. 68 Vanderbilt Law Review 1191 (2015).
- Haugh, T. SOX on Fish: A New Harm of Overcriminalization. 109 Northwestern University Law Review 835 (2015).
- Haugh, T. The Most Senior Wall Street Official: Evaluating the State of Financial Crisis Prosecutions. 9 Virginia Law & Business Review 153 (2015).
- Haugh, T. Sentencing the Why of White Collar Crime. 82 Fordham Law Review 3143 (2014).
- Haugh, T. The Reform Commission. 26 Federal Sentencing Report 258 (2014).
- Haugh, T. (2013). Chicago’s "Great Boodle Trial." In Lori Andrews and Sarah Hardings, (Eds.) Then & Now: Stories of Law and Progress. Chicago. IL: IIT Chicago-Kent.
- Haugh, T. Can the CEO Learn From the Condemned? The Application of Capital Mitigation Strategies to White Collar Cases. 62 American Law Review 1 (2012).
- Haugh, T., Hagan, J., and Brooks, R. (2012). Reasonable Grounds Evidence Involving Sexual Violence in Darfur. In Anne-Marie de Brouwer, et al., (Eds.) Sexual Violence as an International Crime: Interdisciplinary Approaches. Cambridge, UK: Intersentia.
- Haugh, T., and Hagan, J. (2011). Ethnic Cleansing as Euphemism, Metaphor, Criminology and Law. In Leila Nadya Sadat (Ed.) Forging a Convention for Crimes against Humanity. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.
- Haugh, T., Hagan, J., and Brooks, R. From the Trenches and Towers: Reasonable Grounds Evidence Involving Sexual Violence in Darfur. 35 Law & Social Inquiry 881 (2010).
Edited on August 12, 2021