Lecturer in Law and Teaching Fellow in Corporate Governance
Jared Ellias joined Stanford Law School as a lecturer and teaching fellow in 2011. He is responsible for all aspects of the Corporate Governance & Practice LLM Program, including student advising and teaching. Jared's research interests include corporate restructuring, commercial law and corporate law.
Prior to joining Stanford Law School, Jared was an associate in private practice at Brown Rudnick LLP in New York, where he represented financial institutions, ad hoc and statutory creditor committees in corporate restructuring transactions, both in and out of bankruptcy court.
Jared received his J.D. from Columbia Law School in 2008. As a law student, he served as an expert witness in cases relating to discrimination in jury selection in the federal courts for the Southern District of New York and the District of Vermont as well as a Teaching Assistant for Game Theory and the Law.
He also consulted for a New York state agency in an investigation into predatory lending behavior.