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Education

Ph.D. & M.A. Managerial Sciences and Applied Economics, University of Pennsylvania, Wharton School of Business (Fields: Industrial Organization, Applied Empirical Microeconomics)

M.P.P. University of Maryland

B.A. Political Science, Tufts University, cum laude

Econ One Research, Inc.:

Managing Director, January 2019 – Present

Senior Economist, October 2011 – December 2018

McDonough School of Business at Georgetown University:

Adjunct Professor, 2010 – 2011

Exponent, Inc., Health Sciences

Managing Economist, January 2010 – September 2011

PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP, Advisory Services:

Manager, 2006 – 2009

Senior Associate, September 2005 – 2006

The Wharton School of Business, University of Pennsylvania:

Lecturer & TA, Managerial Microeconomics (Undergraduate, MBA, and WEMBA), 1999 – 2004

United States Government Accountability Office:

Senior Evaluator, 1996 – 1998

Evaluator, 1992 – 1996

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Law360 article (Leslie Schafer)
February 11, 2019

The Price of an Improperly Disclosed Social Media Ad by Managing Director- Leslie Schafer

Read Leslie’s latest article for Law360.com. The article discusses the remedies available to the FTC against companies and social media influencers for a break of the FTC Act’s rule against deceptive advertising. The article also discusses ways in which monetary remedies might be calculated.

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