Dr. Chris Brummer started his profession as an assistant professor at Vanderbilt school of law. He also used to teach as a visiting professor in various top universities like the London School of Economics. He later joined Georgetown’s faculty in 2009.

Dr. Chris Brummer is a faculty director of Georgetown’s Institute of International Economic Law and a law professor.

Besides his work as a professor, Chris has been leading several initiatives associated with financial parameters. He works with the Commodity Futures Trading Commission’s Subcommittee on Virtue Currencies as a leader and a member of the Consultative Working Group for the European Securities and Markets Authority’s Financial Innovation Standing Committee.

During his term as a member of the National Adjudicatory Council of FINRA, before completing his three-year contract, Dr. Chris applauded for creating important influence in progressing the protection of the investors. The National Adjudicatory Council of FINRA was an institute empowered by the parliament to regulate industrial securities.

Dr. Chris Brummer acquired a Ph.D. in German Studies from the University of Chicago, and he graduated with honors from Columbia Law School, where he earned his J.D. He practiced law in the London offices of Cravath New York, Moore LLP, and Swaine in 2011 before he became a professor.

In 2012 after joining the Washington offices of the Milken Institute, he was awarded the C. Boyden Gray Fellowship for Global Finance and Growth at the Atlantic Council. It was this time that Prof.Chris launched the think tank’s Transatlantic Finance Initiative.

Prof. Chris Brummer is also a well-known author and editor of various books. The books include Crypto Assets, Legal Regulatory Financial Perspectives, and Fintech Law in a Nutshell. He also analyses and reports over his career course. Chris authored and donated to different journals on finance.