|Title(s)||Michael I. Sovern Professor of Law|
|Law school||Columbia Law School|
|Subject(s)||Law and Development|
Lawyering Across Multiple Legal Orders
Globalization in Comparative Perspective
Global Governance: The Evolving Regime for Financial Markets Law and Development
|Outline(s)||Columbia Pistor Corporations, Columbia Pistor Law and Development, Columbia Pistor Lawyering Across Multiple Legal Orders|
Katharina Pistor is a law professor at Columbia Law School. Subjects taught by Katharina Pistor include Law and Development (previously co-taught at New York University with Kevin Davis, Fall 2009), Lawyering Across Multiple Legal Orders, Globalization in Comparative Perspective (co-taught with Tamara Lothian), Global Governance (co-taught in different years with Joseph Stiglitz and Michael Doyle), [[Global Governance: The Evolving Regime for Financial Markets Law and Development]] (co-taught at New York University with Kevin Davis), and Corporations.
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