Each year the Journal hosts two symposia and one lecture. One symposium is held each semester, and the Law Journal Lecture generally occurs in October or early November. Each symposium typically features between ten and fifteen presenters, most of whom will produce an article related to the symposium topic for publication in the Journal. Similarly, the keynote speaker invited to give the annual Law Journal Lecture will write an article for publication.
Financial regulation in the United States is largely a response to financial and economic crises. This symposium brings together some of the nation’s leading experts on securities regulations and corporate governance to discuss possible alternatives to crisis-driven regulation and to evaluate initiatives for sustainable financial regulation.
Steven L. Schwarcz - keynote, Duke Law School
Roberta Romano, Yale Law School
Erik F. Gerding, University of Colorado Law School
Kimberly D. Krawiec, Duke University School of Law
Patricia A. McCoy, UConn School of Law
Richard W. Painter, University of Minnesota Law School
Douglas M. Branson, University of Pittsburgh School of Law
M. Todd Henderson, The University of Chicago Law School
Claire A. Hill, University of Minnesota Law School
Paul Vaaler, University of Minnesota Carlson School of Management
Kristin N. Johnson, Seton Hall Law
Jennifer S. Taub, Vermont Law School