J.D. University of Michigan.
M.B.A. University of Detroit.
A.B. University of Michigan.
Professor Muir is a nationally recognized expert on fiduciary and remedial issues especially in the fields of investments, pension plan funding, plan investment selection and investment policies, and investment advice. Her research reaches extensively into her peer academic community (both domestically and internationally), the legal community at-large, as well as the legislative, judicial and executive branches of the U.S. government. Her work has been cited by the U.S. Supreme Court and other federal courts.
Building Value in the Australian Defined Contribution System: A Values Perspective, 33 COMPARATIVE LABOR LAW AND POLICY REVIEW, 93-135 (2011).
Imagining the Ideal Pension System: International Perspectives. (2011 W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research) (with J. Turner, co-editor). Reviewed at: Richard L. Kaplan, Book Review, 33 COMP. LAB. L. & POL’Y J. 321 (2012).
The Effect of the Financial Crisis on U.S. Pensions – A Perspective on Financial Services Regulatory Reform in Protecting Pension Rights in the Economic Crisis, 123-148 (Intersentia 2011).
2010 Supplement to Employee Benefits Law (Editor-in-Chief of 1,880+ pp. annual supplement) (BNA 2010).
Justice Sotomayor on the Supreme Court: A Boon for Business?, 4 VIRGINIA LAW AND BUSINESS REVIEW, 187-230 (2009) (lead article; with D. Baumer, S. Greene, G. Mark & R. Thomas).
The Proliferation of Individual Pension Account Options: A Challenge for Institutional Oversight in Personal Choice in Provision of Retirement Income: Meeting the Needs of Older People, 229-249 (Edward Elgar 2009).