Henley Hopkinson HeadshotT. Henley Hopkinson is in his third year as a J.D. candidate at Georgetown Law. In addition to the IIEL Fellowship, he is a Global Law Scholar, the Development Editor for the Georgetown Journal of International Law, and a member of the Alternative Dispute Resolution Division of Barristers’ Council. He is also a Teaching Fellow for the Designing Financial Regulation Post Crisis simulation course and has served as a research assistant for Professors Adam Levitin and David Wishnick, covering financial regulation and monetary policy.

During law school, Henley has held legal internships at the Securities and Exchange Commission, Federal Trade Commission, and Commodity Futures Trading Commission, as well as a non-legal policy internship at the Department of the Treasury in the Office of International Financial Markets. He spent the summer after his second year in the corporate department of Cravath, Swaine & Moore in New York.

Prior to law school, Henley earned a B.A. with High Distinction in Classics & English from the University of Virginia and an M.A. in History of Ideas from St. John’s College and spent a year teaching Latin in England. His research interests center on law and macroeconomics, especially central banking, financial regulation and stability, sovereign debt, and fintech.