Postdoctoral Research Scholar
Kevin Haeberle, an Officer of Research with the Columbia Law School faculty, works with the Program on the Law and Economics of Capital Markets. In addition to pursuing his research agenda relating to capital markets regulation, his focus is on helping the Program develop the Capital Markets Regulation course as well as the work-in-progress of what the Program hopes will be the seminal treatise on the topic. He is also currently drafting an article that applies lessons learned from market microstructure to shed light on the diversion of retail and similar uninformed-trader orders away from price-setting exchanges and similar trading venues and impact of its ripples on key capital markets actors. Kevin will work with the Program through July 2014, at which time he aims to begin as a law professor, teaching Securities Regulation, Capital Markets Regulation, and Corporations.
Teaching Fellow, Introduction to U.S. Mergers and Acquisitions, Columbia Law School (summer session 2012).
Kevin practiced law from 2006 through 2009 with Simpson Thacher & Bartlett LLP as well as Friedman Kaplan Seiler & Adelman LLP. Focusing on securities litigation, he worked on several prominent matters, including the In re IPO Securities Litigation (SDNY), Fraternity Fund v. Beacon Hill (SDNY), Bullmore v. Ernst & Young Cayman Islands (N.Y. Sup., N.Y. County, Commercial Div.), several stock-loan prosecutions (EDNY), SEC v. National Lampoon (EDPA), and the In re NYSE Specialist Litigation (SDNY). He also was involved with several high-profile securities cases while clerking in the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York, including consolidated civil cases arising out of Bernard L. Madoff's fraud.
Foreign Law Clerk, Chambers of Chief Justice Aharon Barak, Supreme Court of Israel (2005-2006); Law Clerk, Chambers of the Honorable Victor Marrero, United States District Court for the Southern District of New York (2009-2010)
B.A. (English), Georgetown University (1999); J.D., Columbia Law School (2005)