On January 7 and 8, the Frances Lewis Law Center at Washington and Lee School of Law hosted its second Juniors Works-in-Progress Roundtable for International Business.
Over two days, five international business scholars presented works-in-progress and shared feedback on a variety of global issues that confront businesses that operate across borders. Here are their names and topics:
- Julian Arato, Columbia Law School: “Corporations as Lawmakers”
- Pammela Saunders, Drexel University School of Law: “Insuring Corporate Social Responsibility”
- Kish Parella, Washington and Lee University School of Law: “Transcommercial Institutional Legitimacy”
- Sarah Dadush, Rutgers School of Law, “The Social Stock Exchange as Regulator”
- Timothy Meyer, University of Georgia School of Law: “Local Discrimination and Global Public Goods”