B.A. (Alberta); J.D. (Victoria); LL.M. (Columbia); JSD (Columbia)
Cristie Ford teaches and writes in the fields of administrative law, securities regulation, and regulation studies. Her research focuses primarily on regulatory theory as it relates to Canadian and international financial and securities regulation. Publications in the area have analyzed novel remedies in securities law enforcement, principles-based approaches to securities regulation, and prospects for "responsive" financial regulation. Professor Ford joined UBC in 2005 from Columbia Law School, where she pursued her graduate degrees and taught in a variety of capacities. She has practised securities, regulatory and administrative law in Vancouver and New York. Professor Ford is an editor of the international and interdisciplinary peer-reviewed journal, Regulation & Governance. She has been a Co-Director of UBC's National Centre for Business Law (NCBL), Chair of the Research and Education Committee of the Canadian Institute for the Administration of Justice (CIAJ), and twice she has served as a consultant to the federal government on the design of a national securities regulator. With His Excellency David Johnston and Kathleen Rockwell, she is co-authoring the fifth edition of the text Canadian Securities Regulation (forthcoming 2013). Professor Ford is on leave in academic year 2012-2013. She is at work on a project that examines the relationship between regulation and innovation (Cambridge University Press: forthcoming 2013).
Cristie Ford, "Prospects for Scalability: Relationships and Uncertainty in Responsive Financial Regulation" __ Regulation & Governance __ (forthcoming 2012)
Cristie Ford and Hardeep Gill, "A National Systemic Risk Clearinghouse?" in Anita Anand, ed., What Next for Canada? Securities Regulation after the Reference (forthcoming 2012).
Cristie Ford, "Remedies: Dogs and Tails" in Lorne Sossin and Colleen Flood, eds., Administrative Law in Context, 2d ed. (forthcoming 2012).
Cristie Ford, "Macro and Micro Effects in Responsive Financial Regulation" 44 UBC L Rev 569-626 (2011), reprinted in Les Editions Thémis (forthcoming 2012)
Cristie Ford & David Hess, "Corporate Monitorships and New Governance Regulation: In Theory, in Practice, and in Context" 33 Law & Policy 509 (2011)
Cristie Ford & Carol Liao, "Power Without Property, Still: Unger, Berle, and the Derivatives Revolution" 33 Seattle U. L. Rev. 889 (2010)
Cristie Ford, "New Governance in the Teeth of Human Frailty: Lessons from Financial Regulation" 2010 Wisc. L. Rev. 101 (2010)
Cristie Ford, "Principles-Based Securities Regulation in the Wake of the Global Financial Crisis" 55 McGill L J 257 (2010)
Cristie Ford, "Smart enforcement: trends and innovations for monitoring, investigating and prosecuting corporate corruption," Transparency International, Global Corruption Report 2009: Corruption and the Private Sector, Cambridge University Press
Cristie Ford, "Principles-Based Securities Regulation," Research Study Commissioned by the Expert Panel on Securities Regulation (released January 12, 2009).
Cristie L. Ford & David Hess, "Can Corporate Monitorships Improve Corporate Compliance?" 34 J. Corp. L. 679 (2009)
Cristie L. Ford, "New Governance, Compliance, and Principles-Based Securities Regulation" (2008) 45:1 American Bus. L. J. 1.
David Hess & Cristie L. Ford, "Corporate Corruption and Reform Undertakings: A New Approach to an Old Problem" (2008) 41 Cornell Int’l L.J. 307 (2008) (PDF)
Cristie L. Ford, "Remedies: Dogs and Tails," Administrative Law in Context. Ed. Lorne Sossin and Colleen Flood (Toronto: Emond Montgomery, 2007/2008)
Cristie L. Ford, "How Should We Teach Securities Regulation in a Fast-Moving World?" (2008) 46:1 Canadian Bus. L. Rev. 28
Publications listed on the UBC Law Library Faculty Research Publications Database