IIEL's reputation in trade, financial regulation, arbitration, tax, and transnational business stems directly from the scholarly contributions of our faculty.
Our faculty members are leading scholars and thought leaders who routinely participate in the highest-level policy discussions in each of the core fields of international economic law. Faculty at the Institute of International Economic Law (IIEL) include prestigious appointees and advisors to a diverse array of global stakeholders, including U.S. and foreign governments, multilateral organizations, central banks, parliaments, embassies, and the private sector.
Their contributions to and close involvement with the day-to-day work of the Institute distinguish us from other centers and institutes in the international economic law field. IIEL faculty scholarship appears consistently in law reviews, think tank policy pieces, op-eds and Congressional testimony. Through their contributions, our faculty help shape national and international economic policy-making from the nation’s capital.
Learn more about distinguished IIEL Faculty below.
Professor Brummer is the Institute's Faculty Director, Founder of Fintech Week, and Co-Editor of the Journal of International Economic Law
Professor Faulhaber is an expert in international law and taxation at Georgetown Law
Professor Gelpern is founding director of the Sovereign Debt Forum and nonresident senior fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics
An expert in international taxation, Professor Grinberg formerly represented the U.S at the Office of International Tax Counsel of the Department of the Treasury
Professor Hillman is a Fellow at the Institute and Senior Fellow for Trade and International Political Economy at the Council on Foreign Relations
An expert in international trade and labor law, Professor Santos served as Deputy Chief Negotiator of the USMCA Agreement with the new Mexico government
Professor Thompson teaches courses in the corporate and securities area, including mergers and limited liability.
Professor Whitesell has practised with law firms in both the United States and in France, and has acted as arbitrator and counsel in numerous international arbitration cases.