Nils Rudi

Professor (Adjunct) of Law
(spring term)

Undergraduate Degree, Molde College, 1993
Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania (Wharton School), 2000 

Courses Taught
  • Beyond Reasonable Doubt: Probability and Statistics

Nils Rudi is a Professor (Adjunct) of Law at Yale Law School as well as a Professor at the Yale School of Management. He teaches Operations Management, Statistics and Data Science, and Sports Analytics at SOM. Rudi’s career outside academia includes various projects and entrepreneurship. He founded Minard in 1989, which did an IPO on the Oslo Stock exchange in 1996. Rudi’s academic focus is on decision making under uncertainty, with applications including Operations Management, Marketing, Finance, Sports, Policy, and Behavioral Science.