Harvard Law School Professor Hal Scott Seeks Research Associates for the Committee on Capital Markets Regulation

Professor Hal S. Scott, Director of the Committee on Capital Markets Regulation, is looking for Research Associates who are interested in working for the Committee.  Research Associates work up to 20 hours per week, at $20 per hour, on a variety of topics related to financial regulation.

The membership of the Committee on Capital Markets Regulation, an independent and nonpartisan 501(c)(3) research organization, comprises thirty leaders from the investor community, business, finance, law, accounting and academia: http://www.capmktsreg.org/committeemembers.html.  In 2009, the Committee produced a definitive research study on the global financial crisis. For more information on the Committee please visit: http://www.capmktsreg.org/.  Several HLS students involved with the Committee’s work were recently featured in the Harvard Law Bulletin: http://www.law.harvard.edu/news/bulletin/2011/summer/office_1.php.

Qualifications: Open to law students and lawyers. Must have Wall Street or other financial experience, or demonstrated interest in finance and banking. Familiarity with the Dodd-Frank Act a plus.

Work may be performed remotely from anywhere in the United States.

Interested candidates please email the Committee’s Assistant Director, Jennifer Grygiel at  jgrygiel at law.harvard.edu, attaching a resume.  Please refer to code CCMR-7 in your cover letter.