Harvey J. Goldschmid
Dwight Professor of Law
Columbia Law School
Professor Goldschmid teaches at Columbia Law School, where his recent course offerings have included Corporations, Antitrust and Trade Regulation, The Corporation in Modern Society, and Nonprofit Institutions. He first joined Columbia in 1970.
From 2002 to 2005, Professor Goldschmid served as a Commissioner of the United States Securities and Exchange Commission. Prior to that position, he also serve the Commission as Special Senior Advisor to SEC Chairman Arthur Levitt (2000) and General Counsel (1998 - 1999). Before joining the SEC, Professor Goldschmid was a consultant on antitrust policy to the Federal Trade Commission (1997 - 1998) and a member of the Federal Trade Commission's Task Force on High Tech/Innovation Issues (1995 - 1996).
In addition to numerous past organizational governance positions, Professor Goldschmid currently serves as a public governor and Chair of the Regulatory Policy Committee of the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, as a director of the National Center on Philanthropy and the Law, Trustee of the International Financial Reporting Standards Foundation, as a director of Transparency International-USA, Vice Chair of the Governing Board of the Center for Audit Quality, and a member of the Systemic Risk Council.
Education: B.A., Columbia University (1962); J.D., Columbia University (1965)
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