Jonathan Koehler

Koehler, Jonathan

Beatrice Kuhn Professor of Law

Phone: (312) 503-4469
E-mail: jay.koehler@northwestern.edu

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Jonathan “Jay” Koehler has a PhD in Behavioral Sciences from the University of Chicago. His areas of interest include behavioral decision theory, quantitative reasoning in the courtroom, forensic science, and behavioral finance. Prior to joining Northwestern in 2010, he was a professor at Arizona State University (business and law schools), and a University Distinguished Teaching Professor at University of Texas at Austin (business). He was also a visiting scholar at Harvard (psychology) and Stanford (law).

Areas of Expertise

  • Quantitative Reasoning in the Law
  • Forensic Science
  • Behavioral Decision Theory

Selected Publications

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Education

  • BA, Pomona College
  • MA, University of Chicago
  • PhD, University of Chicago
  • Postdoctoral Scholar, Stanford University

Prior Appointments

  • Visiting Professor, 2009-2010, Northwestern University School of Law
  • Professor, 2008-2009, Arizona State University, Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law and W. P. Carey School of Business
  • Visiting Professor, 2007-2008, Arizona State University, Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law and W. P. Carey School of Business
  • University Distinguished Teaching Professor, 2004-2007, McCombs School of Business, UT Austin
  • University Distinguished Teaching Associate Professor, 1998-2004, McCombs School of Business and School of Law, UT Austin
  • Visiting Scholar, 1998, 2000, Harvard University, Dept. of Psychology, Social Cognition and Emotion Laboratory
  • Associate Professor, 1996-1998, Graduate School of Business, UT Austin
  • Assistant Professor, 1990-1996, Graduate School of Business, UT Austin