Law and Entrepreneurship Retreat Focuses Scholarship
October 23, 2008 — Earle Mack School of Law’s Business and Entrepreneurship Law Program sponsored the Third Annual Law & Entrepreneurship Retreat, a gathering of select corporate and intellectual property scholars who share an interest in scholarship involving business enterprise. The retreat features series of intensive working sessions where participates present, discuss and critique their colleagues’ works in progress.
Previous retreats were held at the University of Wisconsin and the University of Arizona.
This year’s retreat included discussions of a paper entitled After the Bailout: Regulating Systemic Moral Hazard, written by Professor Karl Okamoto, director of the Business and Entrepreneurship Law Program, and a paper by Darian Ibrahim of the University of Wisconsin, which was appraised by Earle Mack School of Law Dean Roger Dennis.
Also attending this year’s retreat were: Robert Bartlett and Usha Rodrigues of the University of Georgia, Brian Broughman of the University of California-Berkeley, Diane Burton of the MIT, Christine Hurt and Robert Lawless of the University of Illinois, Kim Krawiec of the University of North Carolina, Ronald Mann of Columbia University, Florencia Morotta-Wurgler of NYU, Gordon Smith of Brigham Young University and Daniel Sokol of the University of Florida.
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