Yuliya Guseva

Yuliya Guseva’s research and teaching interests are capital markets, securities law, law and economics, financial regulation, regulation of cryptoassets, and cross-border transplantation of business law. Guseva’s recent scholarship includes articles and essays accepted for publication in the Boston College Law Review (reprinted in the Securities Law Review), the Columbia Business Law Review, the Cardozo Law Review, the University of Pennsylvania Journal of International Law, the Georgetown Journal of International Law, and Cambridge University Press. Her papers have been selected for presentation at the annual meetings of the American Law and Economics Association, the European Association of Law and Economics, and other prestigious venues. As a member of the Rutgers Center for Corporate Law and Governance, Professor Guseva is the principal investigator in the research project sponsored by Ripple and the University Blockchain Research Initiative.

Professor Guseva was a Visiting Scholar at Cornell Law School in the fall 2015 semester. Guseva has replicated the Cornell Transactional Lawyering Competition at Rutgers Law. The first and second Rutgers Transactional Competitions took place in 2017 and 2019, respectively. Guseva serves as Chair of the Corporate and Business Law Certificate Program Committee in the Newark location of the Law School.

Prior to joining Rutgers, Yuliya Guseva was a Visiting Assistant Professor at Fordham Law School, where she taught Commercial Law and International Business Transactions, and a postdoctoral research fellow in the Program in the Law and Economics of Capital Markets and a Kauffman Legal Research Fellow at Columbia Law School. Professor Guseva graduated summa cum laude with an S.J.D. from Central European University and was a Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar at Columbia University School of Law where she received her LL.M. Her legal experience includes the European Investment Bank, the New York State Banking Department, and Sidley Austin, LLP.

Professor Guseva’s current and previously taught courses include Securities and Capital Market Regulation, Financial Regulation and Innovations (spring 2021), Transactions, Rutgers Transactional Competition, Accounting and Financial Statement Analysis, International Business Transactions, and Commercial Law.

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