Professor Bruner Contributes to Corporate Law Blogs at Columbia and Oxford

A new paper by Christopher Bruner, the William Donald Bain Family Professor of Corporate Law at Washington and Lee, has recently been featured at several corporate law blogs.  The paper – titled “Center-Left Politics and Corporate Governance: What Is the ‘Progressive’ Agenda?” – was the subject of invited guest posts authored by Professor Bruner for … Continue reading Professor Bruner Contributes to Corporate Law Blogs at Columbia and Oxford

Prof. Lawrence Muir on National Security and the Private Sector

Lawrence Muir, Adjunct Professor of Law at Washington and Lee University, teaches in the area of cybercrime. Below is an article Prof. Muir presented at a recent symposium on national security law at American University. The Digital Penetration of American National Security: How a coordinated government response that emphasizes private ownership and private lawyers will … Continue reading Prof. Lawrence Muir on National Security and the Private Sector

Professor Bruner Presents Faculty Colloquium at University of Colorado Law School

Christopher Bruner, the William Donald Bain Family Professor of Corporate Law at Washington and Lee, presented a colloquium for faculty at the University of Colorado Law School on February 10, 2017.  Professor Bruner presented his working paper titled “Center-Left Politics and Corporate Governance: What Is the ‘Progressive’ Agenda?” The aim of Professor Bruner’s paper is … Continue reading Professor Bruner Presents Faculty Colloquium at University of Colorado Law School

Professor Bruner Presents Seminar at Cambridge and Launches Book Series

Christopher Bruner, the William Donald Bain Family Professor of Corporate Law at Washington and Lee, presented a seminar for faculty and graduate students at the University of Cambridge on January 27, 2017.  Professor Bruner presented his working paper titled “Center-Left Politics and Corporate Governance: What Is the ‘Progressive’ Agenda?”  The event was sponsored by the … Continue reading Professor Bruner Presents Seminar at Cambridge and Launches Book Series

Professor Mark Drumbl Gives Talk at Nuremberg

Mark Drumbl was appointed external reviewer on a large project initiated by the International Nuremberg Principles Academy that examines the deterrent effect of criminal prosecutions on the commission of crimes against humanity, genocide, and war crimes. The project, which is edited by Jennifer Schense and Linda Carter, is entitled Two Steps Forward, One Step Back: … Continue reading Professor Mark Drumbl Gives Talk at Nuremberg

Professor Parella Hosts Roundtable on Private Governance

On October 13-14, 2016, Professor Kish Parella hosted a roundtable on private governance that examined the ways that private actors fulfill regulatory functions regarding the environmental and social impact of corporations in society. The participants were Natasha Affolder (UBC Allard School of Law), Evan Criddle (William & Mary Law School), Sarah Haan (Idaho), Virginia Harper … Continue reading Professor Parella Hosts Roundtable on Private Governance