Professor Chris Brummer is a law professor at Georgetown School of Law. That description just begins to describe his professional accomplishments. The holder of a Juris Doctor and Ph.D., he has become the person to seek out advice and counsel concerning the ever expanding area of financial technology, or Fintech.
Dr. Chris Brummer is an accomplished and prolific author. His works include Fintech Law in a Nutshell, Soft Law and the Global Financial System, and Soft Law and Financial Engineering are Redefining Economic Statecraft.
In addition to teaching law, Professor Chris Brummer is the faculty director of Georgetown’s Institute of Economic Law. Brummer has been part of the faculty at Georgetown since 2009. Prior to that time, he was a professor at the Vanderbilt School of Law. He has also served as a visiting professor at several schools including the London School of Economics.
Another of Professor Chris Brummer activities is lecturing and providing testimony to regulatory bodies. He is great demand for his expertise in an area of law that will only increase in the future. He spends a good deal of his time providing advice and answering questions relating to his specialty.
Dr. Chris Brummer serves on the Subcommittee on Virtual Currencies for the Commodities Futures Trading Commission. He is also available to nonprofit organizations and anyone in a position to set policy. Brummer starts most days responding to emails and other means of seeking advice.
Professor Chris Brummer believes in hard work. His full and busy professional calendar reflects his dedication to his craft.