Nizan G. Packin is an Associate Professor at Baruch College, CUNY. She researches Financial Regulation, Business Law, Consumer Protection, and Information Law. Before to joining CUNY, Packin practiced law at Skadden. Prior to Skadden, she served as a clerk to Justice Joubran in the Israeli Supreme Court, interned at the FTC, and externed for Judge Weinstein in the Eastern District of New York. Packin is a Contributor to Forbes, where she writes about financial and data regulation, and consumer protection. She published Op-Eds in outlets such as the WSJ, American Banker, and Newsday. Packin earned her law degrees from Columbia Law School and Haifa University, and a doctorate in legal studies from the University of Pennsylvania. She also has a BA in economics.