Raúl Carrillo is the Deputy Director of the LPE Project and an Associate Research Scholar at Yale Law School. His work critically assesses the public law foundations of money, banking, and finance, approaching money as a legal technology and mode of governance.
Prior to joining the LPE Project, Raúl was Policy Counsel at the Demand Progress Education Fund and a Fellow at the Americans for Financial Reform Education Fund, advising public interest groups with respect to developments in the financial technology (fintech) sector. He previously worked as a Staff Attorney at New Economy Project and Special Counsel to the Enforcement Director at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. He is an Affiliate of the NYU Center for Critical Race + Digital Studies, the Chair of the Board of Directors of the Modern Money Network, an Executive Committee member of the National Jobs For All Network, an Advisory Council member of Our Money, and an Advisory Board member of the Progressive Talent Pipeline.
Areas of Expertise: finance, race, and technology