Kathryn Judge is an expert on financial institutions, the architecture of financial regulation, and central banking. has been
Judge is a member of the Financial Research Advisory Council at the U.S. Office of Financial Research, which promotes economic stability by identifying, measuring, and analyzing risks across the financial system. She is also on the editorial board of the CLS Blue Sky Blog and an editor of the Journal of Financial Regulation. Her scholarship has been published in numerous journals, including the Stanford Law Review, the University of Chicago Law Review, the Virginia Law Review, and the Columbia Law Review. Her article in the UCLA Law Review, “Interbank Discipline,” won top honors at The George Washington University Law School’s Center for Law, Economics & Finance’s Junior Faculty Workshop.