Affiliated Faculty, IGS
Associate Professor of Law, Boston University Law
- MA, Law and Diplomacy, The Fletcher School, Tufts University
JD, Harvard Law School
BS, Environmental Engineering, Columbia University
Madison Condon, affiliated faculty with the Boston University Institute for Global Sustainability (IGS), is an Associate Professor of Law at Boston University, where she teaches Environmental Law, Corporations, and a seminar on climate risk and financial institutions. She researches and advocates in the area of climate change’s impact on market risk, corporate governance, and regulation. Her scholarship has appeared in both legal and interdisciplinary journals, including the Arizona State Law Journal, the Washington Law Review, Land Use Policy, and the Review of Environmental Economics and Policy.
Professor Condon was a Fulbright Fellow to the Netherlands where she researched water resources management at the Delft University of Technology, and entered this field through her work with engineers analyzing climate-related water risk in investment portfolios.