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Harvard Law Bulletin: Corporate Governance in a Global Economy

Harvard Law Bulletin: Corporate Governance in a Global Economy

by Toby Lucich on March 26, 2007

In the past five years, Harvard Law School’s corporate law scholars have accounted for nearly a third of the top 10 articles on corporate law and securities published nationwide, as ranked by an annual poll of corporate law professors around the country.

The honor reflects what faculty members are describing as an especially prolific and influential moment for corporate law at the school. “Harvard Law School has absolutely the finest business law faculty in the world right now—scholars who are engaged in pathbreaking scholarship and innovative teaching, who are also making significant contributions at the highest levels of policy-making,” says Dean Elena Kagan ’86.

“Globalization is changing American corporate and legal culture,” Kagan adds, “and all of our faculty experts, in their own ways, are at the forefront of understanding important aspects of these changes.”

Harvard Law Bulletin: Corporate Governance in a Global Economy

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