Adjunct Professor of Law
Lanier Saperstein is a partner at Jones Day, a member of Jones Day’s Financial Markets practice group, co-chair of the New York City Bar Association Compliance Committee’s Subcommittee on International Developments, and a registered arbitrator for the Shanghai International Arbitration Center. He has been recognized as an "international banking expert" by the Washington Post and as a "China specialist" by The National Law Journal.
Writing widely on subjects impacting global financial institutions, Lanier’s articles have appeared in the New York Law Journal, Wall Street Journal, International Financial Law Review, Notre Dame Law Review, Journal of European Competition Law & Practice, Review of Securities & Commodities Regulation, and Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology. His article on New York’s separate entity rule was quoted in Dewar v. Bangkok Bank Public Company Limited, New York Branch (NY Supreme Court), and he has written a series of articles on the Anti-Terrorism Act.
Lanier’s writings have been cited in prominent law reviews and journals such as the University of Michigan Law Review, the University of North Carolina Law Review, the Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy, the Harvard Journal of Law & Technology, the University of Southern California Law Review, the American University Law Review, the UCLA Law Review, the BU Law Review, the William & Mary Law Review, the University of Illinois Law Review, among others.
JD, cum laude, Northwestern University School of Law
MSc, London School of Economics
BA, College of William and Mary