About the Richman Center
The goal of the Richman Center is to foster collaboration among Columbia University’s distinguished business and legal scholars in order to generate curricular innovations and advanced research that has the potential to inform public policy as well as the theory and practice of business and law.
In pursuing this goal, the center promotes broad-ranging dialogue with alumni and other leaders from industry, government, media, and academia—all of whom can provide unique insights and expertise.
Established in 2011 with a visionary gift from Richard Paul Richman, JD ’72, MBA ’73, the Richard Paul Richman Center for Business, Law, and Public Policy at Columbia University is a joint venture of Columbia's Business and Law Schools. The Richman Center promotes evidence-based public policy and fosters dialogue and debate on emerging policy questions where business and markets intersect with the law.
David's Schizer's statement can be found at 2:42:55. In addition, he answered questions during the following times:
In addition to the video of the hearing, his written testimony can be found here.