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Under the aegis of the Richard Paul Richman Center for Business, Law, and Public Policy, Columbia University’s Business and Law Schools benefit from an unprecedented opportunity to jointly lead discourse on issues at the crossroads of their respective disciplines. The Business School is a powerful generator of ideas on economics, business, and public policy, and the Law School plays a leading role in the analysis and improvement of law, legal institutions, and public policy in a global society. The Business and Law Schools complement each other with their strengths, providing a strong foundation for collaborative research on issues of shared relevance and for articulating ideas at the level of policy and regulation.
Columbia Business School, established in 1916, is at the forefront of management education. Its innovative curriculum bridges academic theory and practice, equipping students with an entrepreneurial mindset to recognize and capture opportunity in a competitive business arena. Beyond academic rigor and teaching excellence, the Business School offers programs that are designed to give students practical experience, preparing them for leadership in real-world environments. Follow Columbia Business School on Twitter.
Columbia Law School, founded in 1858, joins its traditional strengths in business law, international and comparative law, constitutional law, administrative law, and human rights law with pioneering work in the areas of intellectual property, sexuality and gender, criminal, national security, and environmental law. Follow Columbia Law School on Twitter.
Global Justice Forum READ MORE
Blue Sky Lunch featuring Professor Kimberly Krawiec READ MORE
Blue Sky Lunch featuring Professor John Armour READ MORE
Jesse Greene, Richman Senior Fellow, speaks at NACD Directorship 2020: Future Trends and the Boardroom READ MORE
Jesse Greene, Richman Senior Fellow, speaks at "U.S. Cybercrime 2014: Understanding Today's Changing Threat Landscape," organized by Sandpiper Partners, LLC at the Yale Club in New York
Blue Sky Lunch featuring Michelle White on "Using Bankruptcy to Reduce Foreclosures" READ MORE
Public Lecture Series: A Discussion with Neal Soss, Chief Economist at Credit Suisse READ MORE
Intelligence Squared Debate: More Clicks, Fewer Bricks: The Lecture Hall is Obsolete READ MORE
In the Media
October 9, 2014John C. Coffee, Jr. Testifies before SEC Committee
October 2, 2014Chris Mayer on Easy Lending for Landlords
September 23, 2014John C. Coffee, Jr. on Damages in Arab Bank Case
September 19, 2014Chris Mayer on Reverse Mortgages in Estate Planning
August 29, 2014Edward R. Morrison rejoins Columbia Law School faculty
August 28, 2014C. Scott Hemphill on "I Have A Dream" copyright protection
July 16, 2014Chris Mayer on how "Homeownership Equals Stability"
February 15, 2014Bruce Raynor and Richman Center Senior Fellow Andrew Stern offers perspective on the future of of the Democratic party in The Washington Post
January 23, 2014The Washington Post interviews Christopher Mayer, Co-Director of the Richman Center on the progress of the government’s Home Affordable Refinance Program
January 2, 2014The Washington Post interviews Christopher Mayer, Co-Director of the Richman Center on the progress of the government’s Home Affordable Refinance Program
December 30, 2014Christopher Mayer, Co-Director of the Richman Center, discusses the results of the Home Affordable Refinance Program on The Wall Street Journal
The Richard Paul Richman Center for
Business, Law, and Public Policy
Columbia Business School
Uris Hall, 2M1-i
New York, New York 10027
Phone: (212) 851-9506