Nancy and Charles Munger Professor of Business and Professor of Law, Stanford Law School; Visiting Professor of Law, New York University
J.D., Yale Law School; M.A., economics, Yale University Graduate School of Arts and Sciences; B.A., political science/urban studies, University of Pennsylvania
Summary of Experience
Professor Klausner teaches courses on corporate law, corporate governance, business transactions, and regulation of financial institutions. In recent years, most of his writing has been on corporate governance. He maintains a database on securities class actions and SEC enforcement actions, and has written papers and blog posts based on that database. In addition, Professor Klausner is currently writing a book and producing an online course called Deals: The Economic Foundations of Business Transactions.
Before beginning his academic career, Professor Klausner practiced law in Washington, DC, and Hong Kong. He was a White House fellow from 1989 to 1990, a law clerk for Judge David Bazelon on the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit in 1981-82, and a law clerk for Justice William Brennan on the United States Supreme Court.