Ronald L. Rubin is a lawyer and writer in Washington, DC. Originally from New York, he’s also lived in Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, California, and Florida, and is a member of all six bars.
Ron received his BA in Economics and Art History from Brandeis University, his MBA in Finance and Marketing from the University of Chicago, Booth School of Business, and his JD from the University of Pennsylvania Law School.
He’s been a criminal prosecutor, senior special counsel at the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, managing director at an investment bank, enforcement attorney at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, partner at a big law firm, and senior counsel and chief advisor on regulatory policy at the House Financial Services Committee.
Ron was a volunteer for Senator Marco Rubio’s presidential campaign. 2016 was a very unusual year.
Other unusual years were 1992 (deputy district attorney in South Central Los Angeles during the riots), 2000 (lead attorney in SEC prosecution of Steve Madden, with cooperating witness Jordan Belfort, the “Wolf of Wall Street”), 2001 (World Trade Center office destroyed on September 11), 2011 (early employee at CFPB, led by former Penn Law professor Elizabeth Warren), and 2013 (author).
Ron has published articles in the Wall Street Journal, National Review, Bloomberg/BNA, and The Weekly Standard. He’s not as boring as this bio makes him sound. Seriously.
NYMA (Alma Mater of President Trump)
Write Brothers (with Richard A. Rubin)
Richard Cordray (Just Sworn In)
Senator Marco Rubio