Curtis J. Milhaupt

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Curtis J. Milhaupt is the Parker Professor of Comparative Corporate Law, Fuyo Professor of Japanese Law, and Director of the Center for Japanese Legal Studies at Columbia Law School. He is a leading authority on comparative corporate governance, law and economic development, and the legal systems of East Asia.[1] He is a member of the American Law Institute.

Prof. Milhaupt testified before Congress on February 15, 2012, on national security implications of the bilateral trade and economic relations between the U.S. and the People’s Republic of China.[2]

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College and University positions[edit]

  • Director, Center for Japanese Legal Studies, Columbia Law School.
  • Appointed the 2008 Albert E. Cinelli Enterprise Professor of Law in recognition of his innovative teaching in the field of business law at Columbia Law School.
  • Erasmus Mundus Fellow in Law and Economics at the University of Bologna, appointed by the European Commission, Summer 2008.
  • Paul Hastings Visiting Professor in Corporate and Financial Law at The University of Hong Kong, May 2007.
  • Visiting Professor of Law at Tsinghua University in Beijing, Fall 2006.
  • Research Fellow at the Research Institute of Economy, Trade and Industry, Tokyo, Fall 2002.
  • Professor of Law, the School of Law at Washington University in St. Louis, 1994-1999.

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