Jeffrey N. Gordon
Richard Paul Richman Professor of Law
Columbia Law School
Co-Director, Richman Center for Business, Law & Public Policy
Columbia Law School and Columbia Business School
Professor Gordon teaches at Columbia Law School. His recent course offerings have included Financial Institutions and Financial Crises, Corporations, and Mergers and Acquisitions, and his research has focused on money market funds, corporate governance, mergers and acquisitions, the regulation of capital markets and financial fiduciaries, and adjustment costs of economic change. Before joining the Columbia Law School faculty, Professor Gordon taught at New York University School of Law (1982 - 1988).
Prior to entering academia in 1982, Professor Gordon was an attorney at United States Department of the Treasury (1979 - 1981). Prior to working at the Treasury, he practiced law at Cleary, Gottlieb, Steen & Hamilton LLP in New York (1976 - 1979), where he specialized in corporate law and securities litigation and transactions. Professor Gordon also served as a law clerk to Judge William E. Doyle of the United States Court of Appeals for the 10th Circuit (1975 - 1976).
At a 2012 Fellow Workshop, Professor Gordon presented to the Program Fellows on Shadow Banking at an October 2012 Fellows Workshop.
Education: B.A., Yale University (1971); J.D., Harvard University (1975)
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