Assistant Professor of Law
Professor Guseva graduated summa cum laude with a S.J.D. from Central European University and was a Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar at Columbia University School of Law where she received her LL.M. Her legal experience includes the European Investment Bank, New York State Banking Department and Sidley Austin, LLP. Prior to joining Rutgers, she was a visiting assistant professor at Fordham Law School, where she taught Commercial Law and International Business Transactions, and a postdoctoral research fellow in the Program in the Law and Economics of Capital Markets and a Kauffman Legal Research Fellow at Columbia Law School.
Guseva’s teaching interests are securities law, banking law, corporate and commercial transactions, and cross-border transplantation of business law. Her research generally applies economic analysis to questions of business law. Her most recent publications are “KGB’s Legacy: Transplanting Efficient Financial Infrastructure without Efficiency” in the University of Pennsylvania Journal of International Law (forthcoming 2015) and “Cross-Listings and the New World of International Capital: Another Look at the Efficiency and Extraterritoriality of Securities Law” in the Georgetown Journal of International Law (2013).