Author Larry Soderquist FROM HILLSBORO PRESS

LARRY SODERQUIST has authored ten books, The Iraqi Provocation being his second Eric Berg Mystery. He filled the Joseph Flom Visiting Chair at Harvard and is frequently interviewed by The Wall Street Journal and other national media. He has held a variety of military positions, including chief intelligence officer on a general's staff, and has lived many places, including Moscow during the Cold War. He teaches law at Vanderbilt and consults with Dinsmore & Shohl, and he now splits his time between Nashville and a farm in the Tennessee hills.

The Labcoat
The Iraqi Provocation
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LARRY D. SODERQUIST, Professor of Law; Director of the Corporate and Securities Law Institute Professor Larry D. Soderquist
Phone: (615) 322-2607
Fax: (615) 322-6631

Larry D. Soderquist (B.S. Eastern Michigan 1966; J.D. Harvard 1969; D.Min. Trinity 1998) joined the Vanderbilt faculty following distinguished tenure on the law faculty at Notre Dame. He came to teaching after decorated service as an Army Captain during the Vietnam War and after practicing law on Wall Street with Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy. During the Cold War, he was a Fulbright Scholar at Moscow State University. He has held numerous military positions, including as chief intelligence officer on a General's staff.

Professor Soderquist is one of the best known and most respected corporate and securities law professors in America. He has authored a multitude of books and articles on these subjects, as well as two novels set on a university campus. Understanding the Securities Laws, the most widely distributed book of its kind, is about to have its influence expanded further by publication in the People's Republic of China. Professor Soderquist is the Director of Vanderbilt's Corporate and Securities Law Institute, and he edits the Practising Law Institute's Corporate and Securities Law Library and moderates its Securities Law Listserv. He is a frequent speaker on securities law, and his expertise and opinions are sought often by national media, such as the Wall Street Journal and the Dow Jones News Service.

Professor Soderquist's distinction was recognized in 1999 by Harvard Law School when it appointed him the inaugural holder of the Joseph Flom Visiting Chair in Law and Business. In addition to his career in law, Professor Soderquist is an ordained minister who has been active in many religious pursuits.