Gavriel is a JD candidate at Harvard Law School (class of 2021). Before coming to law school, Gavriel spent a year teaching English in Taiwan on a Fulbright grant. Gavriel spent his 1L summer at the Colorado Attorney General’s Office in Denver, and plans to split his 2L summer between Akin Gump in DC and District Attorney Larry Krasner’s office in Philadelphia. At law school, he serves as an editor of the Harvard Law Review and is a member of the Harvard Law softball team.
Author: Gavriel Schreiber
The Narrow Bank (TNB) is a state-chartered passthrough bank that proposes to hold only one asset: account balances at the Federal Reserve. Providing an ultra-safe option for large investors to hold their high-powered money is meant to increase financial stability and extend the benefits of Federal Reserve accounts,