Dean Jaeger-Fine is Assistant Dean for International and Non-JD Programs at Fordham Law School, where she is Co-Director of the Fordham Law Summer Institute and Winter Institute in NYC and Director of the International Judicial Research and Training Program. An expert on the US legal system and on the internationalization of legal education, Dean Jaeger-Fine has served as Chair of the Section on Graduate Programs for Foreign Students, the Section on International Legal Exchange, and the Section on Post-Graduate Legal Education of the Association of American Law Schools. Prior to joining Fordham, Dean Jaeger-Fine was Director of Graduate and International Programs at Cardozo School of Law, Assistant Director of the Global Law School Program at NYU School of Law, and an associate at Crowell & Moring in Washington, D.C.
Dean Jaeger-Fine is the author of American Legal Systems: A Resource and Reference Guide (Lexis), An Introduction to the Anglo-American Legal System (Thompson), Introdução au Sistema Jurídico Anglo-Americano (WMF Martinsfontes), co-author of books in a series entitled Mastering the Master (of Laws) (Jaeger-Fine Publishing), and author of numerous articles on varied topics published in the US and abroad. She has taught or lectured extensively in the US and abroad, including in Argentina, Brazil, China, Colombia, Czech Republic, Egypt, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Japan, Mexico, the Netherlands, Nigeria, Peru, Romania, Spain, Taiwan and Vietnam.