The only Democratic member of the Securities and Exchange Commission is expected to leave government later this year, paving the way for a more conservative tilt on some regulatory decisions.
Robert Jackson Jr. is expected to join New York University Law School for the fall semester, according to a university spokesman and an email from the institution’s dean, Trevor Morrison.
Mr. Jackson was a law professor at Columbia University before becoming an SEC commissioner during January 2018.
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