Kevin Haeberle writes on issues relating to securities law with a focus on the mechanics, economics, and regulation of securities markets. He teaches Business Organizations, Capital Markets Regulation, Securities Litigation, and Corporate Finance.
Prior to joining the faculty at the University of South Carolina School of Law, Kevin was a Post-Doctoral Research Scholar with the Columbia Law School and Columbia Business School Program on the Law and Economics of Capital Markets. During his tenure with the Program, Kevin studied securities regulation and market-microstructure economics under the mentorship of Professor Merritt B. Fox (Columbia Law School) and Professor Lawrence R. Glosten (Columbia Business School). He also taught as a Visiting Lecturer in the joint law school and business school Capital Markets Regulation class at Columbia University during that time. Previously, Kevin practiced law (with a focus on securities litigation) for Simpson Thacher & Bartlett LLP and Friedman Kaplan Seiler & Adelman LLP in New York. He also served as a law clerk for Judge Victor Marrero of the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York, and as a foreign law clerk for Chief Justice Aharon Barak of the Supreme Court of Israel.
Professor Haeberle earned a B.A. from Georgetown University's College of Arts and Sciences, and earned his J.D. from the Columbia University.