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Deborah Burand is a professor of clinical law at NYU School of Law. At NYU, she directs the International Transactions Clinic and is a Faculty Co-Director of the Grunin Center for Law and Social Entrepreneurship. She writes and lectures on issues related to international finance, microfinance and microfranchising/social franchising, impact investing, social entrepreneurship, and social finance innovations such as social impact bonds. During the Obama Administration, Prof. Burand served as general counsel to the Overseas Private Investment Corporation (now called the Development Finance Corporation - DFC), the development finance institution of the United States. Before becoming a law professor, she worked for over 25 years in the not-for-profit sector (for microfinance and conservation organizations), private sector (at a global law firm), and public sector (at the US Treasury Department and the Federal Reserve Board).

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