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James Mintz

Mintz Group
Founder & CEO
United States

Jim Mintz has been an adjunct professor in the Stabile Center for Investigative Journalism at the Columbia Journalism School for the past 10 years.  

Jim is the CEO of the Mintz Group, a research and investigative firm. He has spent over thirty years conducting investigations all over the world.  In 1980, Newsweek said about their unique in-house group: “What sets [them] apart—and a few others around the nation — is their ability to take comprehensive looks at complicated situations and make sense out of them.”  

His articles include “Harassment 101: How to Handle Complaints” for the Wall Street Journal, and “Strategies for Managing Complex Corporate Investigations” for the Practicing Law Institute. 
Two of Jim's notable assignments as an investigator: 
He was the chief investigator for the Connecticut legislative committee that considered the impeachment of Governor John Rowland. Jim testified for days at televised hearings, during which Rowland resigned. 

Jim also worked on behalf of New York City on the issue of how handguns are distributed, sold and get into the hands of criminals.

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