Dr. Nizan Geslevich Packin

ניצן גסלביץ פקין
  • Education

    • Bachelor of Laws (LLB) and Economics (BA), University of Haifa (2005).
    • Bachelor of Laws (LLM) Columbia University New York City (2007).
    • Doctor of Laws (SJD), Faculty of Law, University of Pennsylvania (2014).
    • Visiting Researcher, Annenberg School of Communication, University of Pennsylvania (2015).
    • Researcher at the Forum for Leading Cyber ​​Policy, Center for Global Legal Challenges in the Faculty of Law, Yale University (2020-2021).

מאמרים – 

Nizan Geslevich Packin, Show Me the (Data About the) Money!, 2020 Utah L. Rev. 5, 1277 (2021).

Nizan Geslevich Packin, In Too-Big-To-Fail We Trust: Ethics and Banking in the Era of COVID-19, 2020 Wis. L. Rev. 1043 (2020).

Nizan Geslevich Packin, Consumer Finance and AI: The Death of Second Opinions?, 22 N.Y.U. J. Legis. & Pub. Pol’y 101 (2020).

RegTech, Compliance and Technology Judgment Rule, 93 Chicago-Kent Law Review Symposium 193 (2018).

Too-Big-To-Fail 2.0: Cybersecurity & Digital Service Providers, 93 Indiana Law Journal (2018); also featured at the Oxford Business Law Blog.

Distributed Governance, 59 William and Mary Law Review Online 1 (2017) (with Carla L. Reyes & Benjamin P. Edwards).

Regulating Culture: Improving Corporate Governance with Anti-Arbitration Provisions for Whistleblowers, 58 William and Mary Law Review Online 41 (2016) (with Benjamin P. Edwards).

Big Data and Social Netbanks: Are You Ready to Replace Your Bank?, 53 Houston Law Review 1211 (2016) (with Yafit Lev Aretz).

Social Credit And The Right To Be Unnetworked, 2016 Columbia Business Law Review 2 (2016)(with Yafit Lev Aretz).

Breaking Bad: Big Banks Not Guilty As Not Charged,  91:4 Washington University Law Review, (2014).

It’s (Not) All About the Money: Using Behavioral Economics to Improve Regulation of Risk Management in Financial Institutions,” 15 The University of Pennsylvania Journal of Business Law 2 (2013); also featured at the Harvard Law School Corporate Governance Forum.

The Case Against the Dodd-Frank Act’s Living Wills: Contingency Planning Following the Financial Crisis,” 9 The Berkeley Business Law Journal (2013); also featured at the Harvard Law School Corporate Governance Forum.



פרקים בספרים – 

Children in the securities markets: the wrong kind of financial inclusion” in YOLO Capitalism: Perspectives on Retail Investors in Modern Financial Markets (Usman W. Chohan, Sven Van Kerckhoven ed., Routledge Press (2022 – forthcoming).

Book Chapter: Algorithmic Analysis of Social Behavior for Profiling, Ranking, and Assessment in Cambridge Handbook on the Law of Algorithms Woodrow Barfield & Ugo Pagallo ed., Cambridge Press, (2020) (with Yafit Lev Aretz)

Book Chapter: Learning Algorithms and Discrimination In RESEARCH HANDBOOK OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND
(with Yafit lev Aretz) (2018) LAW (Woodrow Barfield & Ugo Pagallo eds.)

“Big Data, Alternative Credit and Underserved Populations” (with Yafit Lev-Aretz) in Electronic Payments in the 21st Century, ABA Publishing, Edward A. Morse, Editor (2017) (with Yafit Lev Aretz)).


ביקורת ספרות:

1.     A Review of “Banking Regulation in Israel. Prudential Regulation versus Consumer Protection,” by Ruth Plato-Shinar, published by Wolters Kluwer, in The Banking and Finance Law Review (2018).

It’s Time For The CFPB To Empower Consumers With Their Data,?,

Forbes, July 26, 2021.

Securities Trading For Children: Sound Investment Education Or An Early Gambling Addiction?, Forbes, June 8, 2021.

Banking And Societal Impact — It’s Time To Step It Up!, Forbes, May 2, 2021.

Antitrust Is Back: A Q&A With The Experts, Forbes, Dec. 14, 2020.

Will A COVID-19 Vaccine Inoculate FinTech Startups Or Lead To Their Demise?, Forbes, Dec. 11, 2020.

Restructuring America’s Plans, Forbes, May 17, 2020.

We Need Ethical Banking In The Era Of COVID-19, Forbes, April 25, 2020.

Let Fintech Help Jumpstart the Economy!, Forbes, April 9, 2020.

Show Me The (Data About The) Money! What You Didn’t Know About

Data Aggregation Can Hurt You, Forbes, January 27, 2020.

Social Credit: Much More Than Your Traditional Financial Credit Score Data, Forbes, December 13, 2019.

Beware the Hazards of Robo Advisors, BottomLineInc, December 16, 2019.

Why Investors Should Be Wary of Automated Advice, Wall Street Journal, June 14, 2019.

Big Banks Vs. Silicon Valley Startups: Whose Customer Financial Data Is It Anyway?, Forbes, April 19, 2019.

Is RegTech The Answer To Corporate Governance And Risk Management Issues?, Forbes, February 8, 2019.

Why We Still Want Humans, And Not (Just) Robots, To Invest Our Money, Forbes, December 18, 2018.

Breaking Up Is Hard To Do, But That May Be Where Big Tech Is Heading, Forbes, November 16, 2018.

Where Is Donald Trump Headed on Financial Regulations? Op-Ed, Newsday, January 19, 2017.

Don’t Let Facebook Likes Sway Credit Decisions, Op-Ed, American Banker, June 17, 2016, with Yafit Lev-Aretz.

Big Data and Social Netbanks, 46 Computers & Society 1 (Spring 2016), with Yafit Lev-Aretz.

Facebook & Google’s Next Step: Financial Services, Op-Ed, Calcalist Israeli Daily, March 3, 2016 with Yafit Lev-Aretz.

Podcasts & Other Publications:

The Business Scholarship Podcast – “Financial and Corporate Regulation in the Biden Administration,” December 2020, at www.andrewkjennings.com/Biden-symposium

Wisconsin Law Review – Forward, PODCAST EPISODE, The Legal Impact of COVID-19, at

The Academic (AKA The Sub0 Podcast), Season 1, Ep. 23, March 9, 2020, at https://nsub0.com/2020/03/01/23-nizan-packin-the-positives-negatives-of-our-inevitable-fintech-future/

Financial Technology & Regulation, Season 1, Ep. 288, Ipse Dixit (a podcast on legal scholarship. Each episode of Ipse Dixit features a different guest discussing their scholarship), June 27, 2019, at https://shows.pippa.io/ipse-dixit/episodes/nizan-packin-on-financial-technology-regulation

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