Jennifer S. Taub is an Associate Professor at Vermont Law School where she teaches Contracts, Corporations, Securities Regulation and White Collar Crime. Prior to joining academia Taub worked for Fidelity Investments as an Associate General Counsel. She is a graduate of Yale College and Harvard Law School.
Taub has written extensively on the Financial Crisis of 2008, attracting citations and speaking engagements from academics, practitioners, and policymakers. Her book, Perpetual Crisis: How Decades of Regulatory Failure Floated Banks and Sank Homeowners (working title) is forthcoming with Yale Press in early 2014.
Recognized for her expertise, she was recently invited to deliver a public lecture at the Rockefeller Center for Public Policy and Social Sciences at Dartmouth College. Taub’s talk, “The U.S. Financial System: Still Risky After All These Years” took place on November 1, 2012. Also, she was invited to the 2012 annual meeting for the North American Securities Administrators Association (“NASAA”), where she participated on a very lively panel called “Occupy Regulation.” Other panelists included a member of Occupy the SEC, and lobbyists from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and the Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association.
Taub has been interviewed including by the Wall Street Journal/MarketWatch, MarketPlace Radio, Vermont Public Radio, WCAXTV, the HuffingtonPost LIVE and other media. She resides in Northampton, Massachusetts.