The Columbia Law School/Columbia Business School Program in the Law and Economics of Capital Markets is seeking a full time Capital Markets Research Fellow. The incumbent would be appointed as a Postdoctoral Research Scholar or Associate Research Scholar. Title will be commensurate with experience. The appointment will run from July 1, 2020 to June 30, 2022.
This position is intended for a person who expects to begin a law school teaching career in the 2022-23 academic year and who desires an interim position that will help the person prepare for such a career by offering the time and facilities needed to do serious research and to develop further expertise. Candidates must have a J.D. and an exceptional academic record from a major law school; have at least three years of legal practice (including any clerkship time) and/or post-graduate studies in economics or finance.
Approximately half of the incumbent’s time will be devoted to research and other activities in support of the Program. These responsibilities will allow the incumbent to work in close collaboration with experienced professors of law and economics. The other half will be left free for the incumbent to pursue his or her own law (or law and economics) research in furtherance of an academic career. The position involves no significant teaching obligations and will permit the individual to participate in a range of Columbia Law School and Business School faculty workshops and other activities.
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