- Securities law
- Corporations and corporate governance
- Contract law
- Consumer protection law
- Law and finance
- Empirical methods in law
Joshua Mitts studies corporate and securities law and contract law, with a focus on information disclosure in capital markets, consumer financial protection and related topics in law and finance. Mitts uses empirical methods, including statistical analysis and machine learning, to examine information transmission and contracting practices in financial markets.
For more information on Joshua Mitts's research and teaching, please see his personal website.
His work has been published in the Cornell Law Review, Harvard Business Law Review, Journal of Financial Regulation, Delaware Journal of Corporate Law, and the Yale Journal on Regulation. He has presented his research at the American Law & Economics Association Annual Meeting, Conference on Empirical Legal Studies, and Annual Meeting (2016) of the American Finance Association.
Prior to joining the faculty at the Law School, Mitts was a Fellow at Columbia's Program on Corporate Law & Policy and worked as an associate at Sullivan & Cromwell.
- Ph.D. (expected) in Finance & Economics, Columbia Business School
- J.D., Yale Law School, 2013
- B.A. in Liberal Studies, Georgetown University, 2010