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Elizabeth Ann Warren

Elizabeth Ann Warren, American federal official, law educator. Bar: New Jersey, Texas.


Warren, Elizabeth was born on June 22, 1949 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States.


University of Houston (Bachelor of Science, 1970). Rutgers University Law School (Juris Doctor, 1976).


Lecturer Rutgers School Law, Newark, 1977—1978. Assistant professor law University Houston Law Center, 1978—1980, associate dean academic affairs, 1980—1981, associate professor law, 1981—1983. Research associate Population Research Center, University Texas, Austin, 1983—1987.

Professor law University Texas School Law, 1983—1987, Conoco Faculty fellow in law, 1985—1986, Jay H. Brown Centennial fellow in law, 1986—1987. Professor law University Pennsylvania Law School, Philadelphia, 1987—1990, William A. Schnader professor commercial law, 1990—1995. Leo Gottlieb professor law Harvard Law School, Cambridge, Massachusetts, since 1995.

Chair Congressional Oversight Panel Overseeing Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP), Washington, 2008—2010. Assistant to President The White House, since 2010. Special advisory to secretary United States Department Treasury, since 2010.

Visiting associate professor law University Texas School Law, 1981—1982. Visiting professor law University Michigan, 1985. Robert Braucher visiting professor commercial law Harvard University, 1992—1993.

Proposal reviewer National Science Foundation, since 1985. Board editors American Bankruptcy Law Journal, 1989—1992. Editorial advisory board Little Brown & Company Law School Division (now Aspen Press), since 1990.

Committee on judicial education Federal Judicial Center, 1990—1999. Board trustees American Bankruptcy Board Certification, 1992—1996. Executive committee National Bankruptcy Conference, 1993—1995, 2002—2005.

Advisor German Government Task Force on Bankruptcy Reform, 1993. Reporter, consultant, senior advisor National Bankruptcy Review Commission, 1995—1997. Regular commentator All Things Considered program National Public Radio.


Fellow: American Association for the Advancement of Science, American College Bankruptcy (Commendation for Outstanding Public Service 1998). Member: Women's Bar Assn Massachusetts (Leila J. Robinson award 2009), Association American Law Schools (chair commercial and related consumer law section 1983-1984, chair commercial law workshop 1984, planning committee conference on teaching contract law 1989, professional development committee 1988-1991, chair debtor-creditor section 1989-1990, chair legislation committee debtor-creditor section 1990-1993), American Law Institute (executive committee council 1994-1995, United States Adviser, Transnat. Insolvency Project since 1995, member nominating committee since 1995, executive committee council since 1998, 2nd vice president council 2000-2004).


Married Bruce Mann; 1 child Amelia Warren Tyagi.