G. Mitu Gulati
- John V. Ray Research Professor of Law
Mitu Gulati’s work focuses on sovereign debt restructuring and contracts, and explores how to help countries in financial distress.
Gulati joined the UVA Law faculty in 2021. He was previously on the faculty of Duke Law School since 2004, and has also served on the faculties of UCLA Law School and the Georgetown University Law Center. Gulati co-hosts the podcast “Clauses and Controversies,” is a contributor to the blog Creditslips.org and serves as regional editor for the journal Capital Markets Law Journal.
Gulati has won no awards, prizes or other distinctions. That is, with the exception of a second place finish in the fancy dress competition in third grade in India.
- J.D.Harvard Law School1994
- M.A.Yale University1991
- A.B.University of Chicago1988
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