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Continued shareholder activism will keep proxy advisers under scrutiny, Columbia Law scholars say.
In her new book, “The Code of Capital,” the professor of comparative corporate law and legal institutions explores the fundamental role of lawyers in creating the rights and structures that help the rich get richer.
Ashley Summers Dalton ’19 Awarded Equal Justice Fellowship at Youth Advocacy Foundation
Nora Huppert ’19 Awarded Daniel H. Renberg Fellowship at Lambda Legal
Pozen’s scholarship focuses on government transparency, constitutional theory, and, sometimes, soccer.
Shira Palti ’19 LL.M. Awarded LL.M. Public Interest and Government Fellowship at the Public Committee Against Torture in Israel
Faculty, friends, and family gather to celebrate the beloved professor and influential scholar upon his retirement.
In “Repair: Redeeming the Promise of Abolition,” Franke details post-Civil War attempts to redistribute land to freed black people, making a case for efforts to offset historic economic inequality today.
Columbia Law School Clip Report, May 1–15, 2019
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