Michelle Greenberg-Kobrin is dean of students and lecturer-in-law at Columbia Law School, where she teaches in the areas of leadership, negotiation, conflict resolution and deal making. In her role as dean of students at Columbia Law School, Dean Greenberg-Kobrin oversees the student services office, which is responsible for student life and events, academic counseling, judicial clerkships, student journals, student organizations and other student-related matters. Prior to her appointment at Columbia, Dean Greenberg-Kobrin was an attorney in the corporate and securities and financial institutions groups at Arnold & Porter, where her practice included representation of both public and private corporations, funds and financial institutions. Her work encompasses mergers and acquisitions, initial public offerings, regulatory concerns and compliance issues. She received both her B.A. and J.D. from Columbia University. She serves on a number of not-for-profit boards and provides pro bono representation to a number of non-profits in the areas of immigration, micro-lending, divorce mediation and corporate governance. She lives in Riverdale, New York with her husband and their four children.


Negotiation (ORLA 6020)