Dr. Kristen Renberg focuses her practice on corporate and securities matters. Dr. Renberg represents a diverse range of clients, including issuers and underwriters, in all aspects of corporate and securities law, with a particular focus on financings, mergers and acquisitions, corporate governance, securities regulation, public and private offerings, and general corporate matters.

Prior to joining Dechert, Dr. Renberg earned a Ph.D. in Political Science from Duke University. Dr. Renberg also served as a research assistant on President Biden’s Commission on the U.S. Supreme Court.

    • Judging without a JD - Columbia Law Review (2022) (co-authored).
    • The Efficacy of Measuring Judicial Ideal Points: The Mis-Analogy of IRTs - International Review of Law and Economics (2021) (co-authored).
    • Life Without Parole Sentencing in North Carolina - North Carolina Law Review (2021) (co-authored).
    • The Impact of Retention Systems on Judicial Behavior: A Synthetic Controls Analysis of State Supreme Courts - Justice System Journal (2020).
    • Juvenille Life Without Parole in North Carolina - Journal of Criminal Law & Criminology (2020) (co-authored).
    • The Paradoxical Impact of Scalia’s Campaign Against Legislative History - Cornell Law Review (2019) (co-authored).