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Jeanne A. Calderon, J.D.

Clinical Professor of Business Law

jcalderon_faculty_photoJeanne Calderon joined New York University Stern School of Business in 1986, where she is a Clinical Professor of Business Law. Professor Calderon teaches in the undergraduate and graduate programs including the following courses: “Law, Business and Society,” “Professional Responsibility and Leadership;” and Real Estate Transactions.” She also has taught “Business Law for Managers;” “Business and its Publics;” “Markets, Ethics and Law;” and “Law for Accountants and Other Professionals.”
 
Professor Calderon is heavily involved in researching, writing and speaking about the EB-5 federal immigration investment program. She has testified on behalf of reform of this controversial program – before the House Judiciary Committee and Senate Judiciary Committee. Professor Calderon’s research and writing has been cited in many governmental and quasi - governmental reports.  

She has been quoted in, and her work has been cited in, such publications as the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, Bloomberg Business Week, The Real Deal, The Commercial Observer, etc.  She has been interviewed by media outlets including National Public Radio (NPR), Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) and CNN.  Professor Calderon is continuing her work in this area and will release additional papers in the upcoming months.


Since Spring 2014, Professor Calderon has sponsored students to assist her with research, data collection and analysis through Stern’s SPUR program.  She also has been actively involved in the undergraduate Stern Honors Program and has served as a thesis adviser to NYU Stern seniors participating in this special research program.

Professor Calderon has been the NYU Stern Pre-Law Adviser and the NYU Stern Faculty Adviser to the NYU Stern Business & Law Association (SBLA) since the early 1990’s.  She advises undergraduate, graduate and alumni of NYU Stern in this position.

Professor Calderon is an attorney and earned her J.D. cum laude from the Georgetown University Law Center in 1978.  Prior to joining NYU Stern, Professor Calderon practiced corporate and securities law at major corporate law firms in New York, Washington D.C. and Los Angeles, California.  She also has taught on an adjunct basis at several law schools in Los Angeles.  Professor Calderon graduated magna cum laude from Cornell University as a political science and history major in 1975.