Columbia Law School, J.D., May 1992 (Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar); Columbia College, B.A. in History, May 1989 (David B. Truman Award for the Most Distinguished Contribution to the Academic Affairs of the College)
Paul Radvany is a Clinical Professor at Fordham Law School where he directs the Securities Arbitration Clinic and also teaches Trial and Arbitration Advocacy. He is an active mediator and is a mediator for the International Institute for Conflict Prevention "CPR" and was appointed in 2016 to be one of a handful of mediator for a pilot mediation program for the Second Circuit. Professor Radvany was appointed to the inaugural Mediation Advisory Committee for the Southern District of New York. He is also a member of the mediation panel for the Southern District of New York as well as the Commercial Division of New York Supreme Court. He has taught and trained lawyers and law students on various aspects of arbitration and mediation and has been appointed as a member of the Securities Industry Conference on Arbitration. He is the immediate past Chair of the American Association of Law Schools' Litigation Section. Before joining Fordham's faculty, Professor Radvany was a Deputy Chief of the Criminal Division for the United States Attorney's Office in the Southern District of New York, where he oversaw the Securities and Commodities Fraud, Major Crimes, and General Crimes Units and directed the trial training program for new prosecutors. He also is an adjunct professor at Columbia Law School, where he teaches Trial Practice and the Federal Court Clerk Externship class. Before joining the U.S. Attorney's Office, Professor Radvany was an associate at Debevoise & Plimpton where he represented clients in litigations and arbitrations. He clerked for the Hon. Michael H. Dolinger in the Southern District of New York, and he received his J.D. from Columbia Law School, where he was a Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar, and his B.A. from Columbia College.
Professor Radvany has mediated a wide variety of cases. He is a mediator with the International Institute for Conflict Prevention and Resolution ("CPR") and also mediates cases as a member of the panels for the Second Circuit, the Southern District of New York and the Commercial Division of New York Supreme Court. He has been involved in the practice of dispute resolution for over a decade as a mediator, professor, trainer and author.