Jordan Mamorsky is a Postdoctoral Research Associate with the Yale Center for Faith & Culture. Jordan is an attorney specializing in business regulation and compliance. His research focuses on the legal, financial and ethical failures that contribute to financial crisis, corporate illegality, scandal and breach of legal fiduciary duties.
Jordan graduated from Vanderbilt University, studied at the London School of Economics and Political Science and received his juris doctorate from New York Law School. His work experience includes an Associate position with an Am-Law top 100 international law firm, a law school Clerkship with a Federal Court Judge, and a Legislative Analyst position with the U.S. Treasury Department. As a practicing attorney, Jordan has represented a wide array of clients including Fortune 500 companies, health services corporations, hedge fund managers and international sports leagues. Jordan’s work at the U.S. Treasury Department focused upon implementing the President’s mortgage foreclosure avoidance initiative. Jordan was awarded the "special act award" for his research and recommendations detailing the dangers of predatory subprime lending in low-income communities. Jordan is a published author in a variety of internationally distributed publications. His writing includes articles relating to corporate risk management, U.S. antitrust law, employment law, and preserving the intellectual property rights of international businesses in the new media era.
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