Talia Gillis joined the Columbia Law faculty in 2020 after completing a S.J.D. degree at Harvard and pursuing a Ph.D. in economics (expected 2021). Talia is a legal economist who studies the intersection of law and household finance and has taught courses on Contract law and consumer fintech. Her wide-ranging research has delved into household financial decision-making with the goal of informing financial regulation and policy. She is currently working on the regulation of artificial intelligence, and the enforcement of algorithmic discrimination in credit markets.