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Ahmed Taha, Ph.D.
Professor of Law

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  • J.D., Stanford Law School, 1996
  • Ph.D., Stanford University, 1996
  • B.S., University of Pennsylvania, 1988
  • B.A., University of Pennsylvania, 1988

Professor Taha's research focuses primarily on consumer and investor protection law. This research reflects both his training in law and in economics in which he holds a PhD. His research has been discussed in national media outlets, including the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal.

Prior to joining the Pepperdine faculty, Professor Taha was a professor at Wake Forest Law School, an attorney in the Antitrust Division of the U. S. Department of Justice in Washington, D.C., a litigation associate with Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati in Palo Alto, California, and a corporate finance analyst at McKinsey and Company in New York. Professor Taha teaches Civil Procedure, Corporations, and Accounting and Finance for Lawyers.

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Popular Press


  • Ahmed Taha, Paper discussed in article: Immigration Ruling Shows Lawyers Playing Venue Shopping Odds, ASSOC. PRESS, Mar. 8, 2015
  • Ahmed Taha, Paper quoted in article: Do Investors Care About SEC Mandated Disclosures of Analyst Stock Ownership?, FORBES, Nov. 30, 2012
  • Ahmed Taha, Quoted in article: Green Light for Hedge-Fund Ads Means Caution on Main Street, WALL. ST. J., April 17, 2012
  • Ahmed Taha, How Selective Advertising By Mutual Funds Misleads Investors, FORBES, Dec. 8 , 2010
  • Ahmed Taha, Luck Is the Key to Success for Most Top Mutual Funds, FORBES, June 23, 2010
  • Ahmed Taha, Paper discussed in column: Using Past to Predict, N.Y. TIMES., May 15, 2010, at B4.
  • Ahmed Taha, Paper quoted in article: When Ads Say Skill, Think Luck - Report: Performance Is Called Mostly Irrelevant, WALL ST. J., Apr. 22, 2010, at C19.
  • Ahmed Taha, Paper discussed in column: SEC Issues Worthless Warnings on Fund Performance Ads, FORBES, Apr. 16, 2010

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