Professor Bruner’s Book Reviewed in the Business Ethics Quarterly

A review of Washington and Lee law professor Christopher Bruner’s book, Corporate Governance in the Common-Law World: The Political Foundations of Shareholder Power, has been published by the Business Ethics Quarterly. The review was authored by Anita Anand, Professor of Law and Academic Director of the Centre for the Legal Profession at the University of … Continue reading Professor Bruner’s Book Reviewed in the Business Ethics Quarterly

Professor Bruner’s Book Reviewed in the Cambridge Law Journal

A review of Washington and Lee law professor Christopher Bruner’s book, Corporate Governance in the Common-Law World: The Political Foundations of Shareholder Power, has been published by the Cambridge Law Journal. The review was authored by Dr. Marc Moore, Reader in Corporate Law at the University of Cambridge Faculty of Law. Professor Bruner’s book, published … Continue reading Professor Bruner’s Book Reviewed in the Cambridge Law Journal

Online Symposium on Professor Bruner’s Book

Washington and Lee law professor Christopher Bruner’s book, Corporate Governance in the Common-Law World: The Political Foundations of Shareholder Power, was recently the subject of an online symposium.  Styled a “book club,” the symposium was hosted by Prawfsblawg, a widely followed legal academic blog.  Contributors included Matthew Bodie (Saint Louis University School of Law), John … Continue reading Online Symposium on Professor Bruner’s Book

Professor Christopher Bruner’s Book on Corporate Governance Reviewed in Texas Law Review

A review of Washington and Lee law professor Christopher Bruner’s recent book, Corporate Governance in the Common-Law World: The Political Foundations of Shareholder Power, has been published by the Texas Law Review. The review was authored by David Skeel, S. Samuel Arsht Professor of Corporate Law at the University of Pennsylvania Law School. Professor Bruner’s … Continue reading Professor Christopher Bruner’s Book on Corporate Governance Reviewed in Texas Law Review

Prof. Christopher Bruner Publishes Article on Fiduciary Duty

Washington and Lee law professor Christopher Bruner has published an article titled "Is the Corporate Director's Duty of Care a 'Fiduciary' Duty? Does It Matter?" in the Wake Forest Law Review. From the abstract:While reference to "fiduciary duties" (plural) is routinely employed in the United States as a convenient short-hand for a corporate director's duties … Continue reading Prof. Christopher Bruner Publishes Article on Fiduciary Duty

Prof. Drumbl on Twilight of Impunity

Professor Mark A. Drumbl, the Class of 1975 Alumni Professor of Law and Director of the Transnational Law Institute, recently had his review of Judith Armatta's book, Twilight of Impunity: The War Crimes Trial of Slobodan Milosevic published in the Law & Politics Book Review, 21 Law & Pol. Book Rev. 177 (2011). The book, Twilight of … Continue reading Prof. Drumbl on Twilight of Impunity

Joshua A. T. Fairfield: Book Review

In the upcoming edition of the Jurimetrics Journal, Professor Joshua A. T. Fairfield, the Director of the Frances Lewis Law Center, will have his review of Rutger's Professor Greg Lastowka's Virtual Justice published. Professor Fairfield notes that Lastowka's book is not just an introduction to virtual worlds and the rules that govern them. Instead, it is more … Continue reading Joshua A. T. Fairfield: Book Review