Norman Poser

Program Fellow
  • Brooklyn Law School
    Professor of Law Emeritus

Professor Poser is Professor of Law Emeritus at Brooklyn Law School. He is a widely-respected expert in both international and domestic securities regulation and the author of Broker-Dealer Law and RegulationInternational Securities Regulation: London's "Big Bang," and the European Securities Markets, and numerous law review articles in these fields. He is a member of the American Law Institute and serves on the Advisory Board of Standard & Poor's The Review of Securities & Commodities Regulation. He retired from teaching in 2007.

Prior to joining Brooklyn Law School's faculty in 1980, he worked for the American Stock Exchange as Executive Vice President for Legal and Regulatory Affairs and Senior Vice President of Policy Planning and Government Relations. Professor Poser has also served as Assistant Director of the Division of Trading and Markets of the United States Securities and Exchange Commission. He has worked as a consultant and expert witness on a wide variety of matters, including engagements in connection with securities litigations and arbitrations for the New York State Attorney General, the World Bank, the Organization of American States, the United States Agency for International Development, the Securities and Exchange Commission, and several prominent securities exchanges.