Graduates Examine Judicial Roles in Economic Crisis

Fall 2010

Capital Markets Law Journal recently published an article by Jeffrey B.
Golden ’78
that examines the preparedness of U.S. courts in dealing with the financial crisis. In the piece, Golden, a visiting professor at the London School of Economics and Political Science, suggests that global financial markets would be better served by a world court similar to the World Trade Organization tribunal.

Golden, along with Sarah Newton ’10 and Suyash Paliwal ’10, prepared an expanded version of the article that will appear in The Future of Financial Regulation (Hart: 2010).