The Law School's faculty includes experts in corporate law and governance, bankruptcy, securities regulation, law and economics, to name a few. Corporation Law students also take classes with members of our taxation faculty, with adjunct professors who have significant professional and practical experience to solving business problems, as well as the faculty of the Stern School of Business.
George T. Lowy Professor of Law
Marcel Kahan is the George T. Lowy Professor of Law at the New York University School of Law. His main areas of teaching and research are hedge funds, shareholder voting, corporate governance, and bondholder rights. He has written over 40 articles for law reviews, finance journals, and professional publications. His articles have been awarded the Merton Miller Prize for the best paper submitted to the Journal of Business and the De Brauw Prize for the best paper in the ECGI Law Working Paper series and 17 articles have been selected as among the best corporate and securities articles by the Corporate Practice Commentator. Professor Kahan has been Visiting Professor at Harvard Law School, Columbia Law School, and the Hebrew University. Read more...