Christina Sautter is a Professor of Law at Louisiana State University Paul M. Hebert Law Center. She specializes in corporate governance matters, particularly as they relate to investors’ engagement and to mergers and acquisitions. Her current strand of scholarship focuses on new generations of investors’ power to transform corporate governance, analyzing the role of technology and online communications as well as of generational features and affinities. Her recently co-authored article, Corporate Governance Gaming: The Collective Power of Retail Investors, in the Nevada Law Journal, addresses the potential of new generations of retail investors to change corporate governance. She is the co-author of MERGERS AND ACQUISITIONS LAW, a legal hornbook. Her M&A scholarship focuses on the sale process of publicly traded companies and the intersection of fiduciary duties and deal terms. Prior to entering academia, she practiced in the Mergers & Acquisitions Group in the New York City offices of Shearman & Sterling LLP and she clerked for the late Honorable H. Emory Widener, Jr. of the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit.