Landon D. Reid, Ph.D., is an associate in Hughes Hubbard & Reed’s New York office. His practice focuses on various aspects of commercial litigation, anti-corruption and antitrust matters.
As a member of the Anti-Corruption & Internal Investigations practice group, Landon assists clients with due diligence and anti-fraud efforts pertaining to the Foreign and Corrupt Practices Act.
Prior to joining Hughes Hubbard, Landon was a professor of social psychology, specializing in the cognitive determinants of perception. He has significant expertise in the design, analysis and interpretation of research in the behavioral sciences and statistics.
He has published and spoken widely on a variety of topics pertaining to the intersections of identity and perception, quantitative and qualitative assessments of organizational climate/institutional culture, and the efficacy of administrative programs, compliance efforts and procedures.
Landon maintains an active pro bono practice and has represented individuals in federal Section 1983 actions, social security disability hearings and adverse federal benefit determinations.
- University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, postdoctoral fellowship in descriptive data visualization techniques, 2001
- Ford Foundation pre-doctoral fellow, 1995
- Ad hoc article reviews of empirical/quantitative content, New York University Law Review, New York University Review of Law and Social Change
- New York University Law Alumni of Color Association
- New York University School of Law, J.D., 2015, Member, New York University Law Review
- University of Illinois, Ph.D., Social Psychology, 2001, Ford/NAS Pre-doctoral Fellow
- University of Illinois, M.A., Social Psychology, 1998
- Morehouse College, B.A., 1994, Honors
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