Professor Lichtenstein has lectured in numerous cities around the world including London, Paris, Buenos Aires, and Sydney, Australia. In addition to significant involvement with a major New York law firm in various capacities over the years, she served briefly with the European Economic Community.
Among her many contributions to public and private international law, Professor Lichtenstein served as President of the International Law Association (American Branch) from 1986 to 1992, as an officer of the American Society of International Law, and as a member of the Board of Editors of the American Journal of International Law from 1982 to 1991.
Professor Lichtenstein is the author of many significant articles on international banking regulation and international transactions. Her most recent article, Chapter 10, "Lessons for 21st Central Bankers: Differences Between Depositary and Investment Banking" was published in Giovanoli and Devos, eds., International Monetary Law: The Global Crisis, OUP 2010. Professor Lichtenstein is also serving as an Honarary Editor of the American Journal of International Law, as a Vice Chair of the Executive Council of the International Law Association and a Board member and as Treasurer of the International Law Students Association.
Professor Lichtenstein graduated magna cum laude from Radcliffe College (A.B.) and magna cum laude from Yale Law School (J.D.) She also holds a Master's degree in Comparative Law from the University of Chicago Law School.