Professor Jill I. Gross is a nationally known expert in the field of securities dispute resolution. She was the James D. Hopkins Professor of Law, a two-year rotating endowed Chair from 2013-2015. Professor Gross teaches Survey of Dispute Resolution Processes, Professional Responsibility, and Securities Litigation and Enforcement. She was Director of the Investor Rights Clinic from 1999-2015, and Director of Legal Skills Programs from 2010-2015. She has published numerous law review articles in the area of dispute resolution and investor justice, and has been quoted in the national media on issues relating to securities arbitration. Professor Gross previously taught as an adjunct professor at Cornell Law School (Arbitration Law) and at Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law (Legal Writing). She is an arbitrator for AAA, FINRA Dispute Resolution, the National Futures Association, and the Small Business Arbitration Center of New York. She is a former Chair of the Practising Law Institute’s annual Securities Arbitration continuing legal education program. She was a public member of the FINRA National Arbitration and Mediation Committee. Before entering legal education, Professor Gross was an attorney in the New York City firms of Kaye Scholer LLP, Morvillo Abramowitz Grand Iason & Silberberg, and Parcher Hayes & Snyder, representing clients in white collar criminal and securities enforcement proceedings, securities arbitrations, and other commercial litigation.