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Columbia’s Business and Law Schools jointly established the Richard Paul Richman Center for Business, Law, and Public Policy in early 2011 with a visionary and generous gift from the Richard Paul and Ellen S. Richman Private Family Foundation. By leveraging the considerable intellectual capital of Columbia Business School and Columbia Law School — as well as that of Columbia University — the Richman Center will have a lasting impact on Columbia and on the worlds of business and law.
In addition to supporting the Center’s mission, the gift from the Richman Foundation funds two new professorships — one at each school — the Richard Paul Richman Professorship of Law and the Richard Paul Richman Professorship of Business. Professors honored with these chairs will conduct innovative curricular and research initiatives in business, law, and public policy. Columbia’s accomplished faculty at both the Business and Law Schools share a commitment to addressing the complex challenges found at the intersection of their disciplines, and the Richman Center will be a valuable source of innovative scholarship and real-world solutions in the years ahead.
About Richard Paul Richman
Richard Paul Richman, a graduate of both Columbia Law School (JD ’72) and Columbia Business School (MBA ’73), is chairman of The Richman Group, one of the largest owners and developers of rental housing in the nation. He is an active member of the Columbia University community, serving on the Dean’s Council at the Law School, as well as on the Business School’s Board of Overseers and Real Estate Forum.
February 18, 2015Blue Sky Lunch: C. Scott Hemphill
February 11, 2015Blue Sky Lunch: Sarath Sanga
December 18, 2015Israel, the US, & the Shifting Energy Landscape
November 11, 2011Capital Structure in Major Corporations
November 6-7, 2014JD/MBAs Part of Winning Team at ABI
November 5, 2014Competitiveness in US Manufacturing
In the Media
February 9, 2015Chris Mayer on the $100 Million Pad
January 4, 2014Dean R. Glenn Hubbard on growth in the U.S. vs. overseas
December 19, 2014C. Scott Hemphill weighs in on Gilead's Drug Pricing
December 8, 2014John C. Coffee, Jr. Addresses UN on Reforming Sustainable Development
December 8, 2014Chris Mayer on Older Americans' Home Ownership
November 18, 2014Dean R. Glenn Hubbard on "Why the Internet Won't Kill B-Schools"
November 4, 2014Dean R. Glenn Hubbard on Process before Policy
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"
April 2, 2014Richman Senior Fellow, Andrew Stern, comments on G.M. fallout
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