Keeping Watch on the Markets: Robert Jackson Jr. has returned to NYU Law after two years as an SEC commissioner

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“One of [Jackson’s] great skills is taking very complex topics and explaining them in a very interesting way that people can really understand, whether that’s a DC audience conversant in SEC terminology, or a broader audience trying to understand what changes in SEC policy might mean for them,” says Satyam Khanna, who first met Jackson as a student at Columbia Law, then served as Jackson’s counsel at the SEC before becoming a resident fellow at ICGF. “And that’s because at heart, he’s a teacher.”

Posted September 2, 2020