Professor Kao joined the College of Law faculty in August 2010 as an assistant professor. He teaches Business Organizations I, Business Organizations II and Securities Regulation for the J.D. Program and Legal Concepts of American Business for the L.L.M. Program in Democratic Governance and the Rule of Law. His current research focuses on legal and public policy elements of Federal and State incentives to the renewable energy electrical generation industry. Other research interests include advances in developments in public health and managed health care, immigration law, and the role of multi-lateral institutions and export credit agencies in establishing and maintaining investment transparency in emerging markets and emerging democracies.
Before joining the College of Law faculty, Professor Kao practiced law for over a decade at the international law firm of Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy LLP in the Global Project Finance Group in their New York offices. While at Milbank, he represented syndicates of domestic and international lenders and private investors in a wide range of domestic and international finance and corporate transactions across many industries, including conventional and renewable energy, oil and gas, biofuels, transportation infrastructure and telecommunications industries.
B.A., Brandeis University
District of Columbia
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