Nadav Orian Peer

Colorado Law School

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Nadav Orian Peer is an associate professor at the University of Colorado Law School. His scholarship and teaching focus on financial institutions, bankruptcy, community development finance, and climate finance. Prof. Orian Peer’s research explores the intense framework of governance and regulation that undergirds the day-to-day functioning of financial markets. He is especially interested in the ways in which the design of this framework shapes disparate economic opportunity, and how it can be reformed more equitably.Prior to joining Colorado Law, Prof. Orian Peer worked as a business economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago (Financial Markets Group), as well as a visiting assistant professor in Tulane Law School. He completed an S.J.D. at Harvard Law School, where he taught as a Byse Fellow, and an LL.B. at Tel-Aviv University. As a member of the Israel Bar Association, he also practiced commercial litigation, specializing in bankruptcy and secured transactions.

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EMC 2021


14th Dec '21

Emerging Markets Conference