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Corporate Law Lecture: The Company Board as Regulatory Body

21 February 2013

Time: 6:00pm
Venue: Postgraduate Law Centre, Queen Mary, University of London, 67-69 Lincoln’s Inn Fields, London WC2A 3JB

Speaker:

Professor Kent Greenfield

Professor Kent Greenfield is Professor of Law and Law Fund Research Scholar at Boston College Law School, where he teaches and writes in the areas of business law, constitutional law, decision making theory, legal theory, and economic analysis of law. He is also the past Chair of the Section on Business Associations of the American Association of Law Schools.

Professor Greenfield is the author of the “The Myth of Choice,” published in 2011 from Yale University Press, Prunsoop Publishing (in Korean), and BiteBack Publishing (UK). Kirkus Reviews stated in its review: “The author deftly debunks prevailing dogma about the infallibility of free markets, especially important during a time when, as he reports, one in seven Americans are poor.” He is also the author of “The Failure of Corporate Law” published by University of Chicago Press. The book has been called “simply the best and most well-reasoned progressive critique of corporate law yet written,” and the Law and Politics Book Review said that “it merits a place alongside Berle and Means, [and] Easterbrook and Fischel.” Greenfield also has had journal articles published in the Yale Law Journal, the Virginia Law Review, the Boston College Law Review, the George Washington Law Review, and the Tulane Law Review, among others. His articles are widely cited, and he has been called “the leading figure” and “the most creative thinker” in the progressive, stakeholder school of corporate law scholarship.

This event will be followed by a drinks reception to which all attendees are invited.

For Twitter users the hashtag for this event is #QMGreenfield

CPD Points

  • This is a CPD accredited event

How to Book

This event is free to attend. To book your place please visit greenfieldlecture.eventbrite.com

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