Kevin J. Fandl is an
Assistant Professor of Legal Studies and Strategic Global Management at the Fox
School of Business at Temple University.
He has a decade of federal service experience, most recently as the Chief
of Staff for international trade and intellectual property at U.S. Immigration
and Customs Enforcement. He previously served as Senior Counsel to the
Assistant Secretary, among other roles within the Department of Homeland
Kevin is an active researcher and
lecturer both domestically and abroad.
His work focuses on law and public policy issues that have an
international nexus. The foundations of
his research include rule of law in emerging economies, international trade,
and immigration law and policy. He has
published three books and numerous journal articles addressing these and similar
topics. He has served as a legal expert
for the World Bank and the Organization of American States and is a former
Fulbright Scholar and Presidential Management Fellow. He consults and lectures regularly with law
firms and universities around the world, often delivering lectures on U.S. law
to assist foreign law and business practitioners as they expand into the global
legal market. As part of this work,
Kevin is the Course Advisor for Legal English at the International Law
Institute in Washington, D.C., where he trains foreign judges, dignitaries, and
practitioners on U.S. law and business topics.
Kevin earned his Ph.D. in Public
Policy from George Mason University in 2010. He earned his JD in law and MA in
International Relations in 2003 from the American University. He is licensed to practice law in New York,
Massachusetts, and Washington, D.C. Kevin
lives in Chevy Chase, Maryland.