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About the Center

The Yale Law SchoolCenter for the Study of Corporate Lawwasestablished in 1999 followingconversations between Robert Todd Lang '47 and then Dean Anthony T. Kronman '75. The wide-rangingobjective of the Center is to enhance thequality of students' educational experience and of faculty researchin the business law area, by increasing exposure to andengagement with contemporary business law issues.

The center's focus of study includes corporate law and the law of other nongovernmental organizations; the regulation of financial markets and intermediaries; the legal framework of finance, including the law of bankruptcy, corporate reorganization, and secured transactions; and antitrust law and the law of regulated industries. Center programs consist of lectures, roundtables,a workshop in law and finance,a colloquium series,an alumni breakfast program, panels and symposia, in which academics,government officials, and members of the bar and business community participate.

The Center's Directoris Roberta Romano,Sterling Professor of Law; William Clayton and ÉricaGorga, Associate Research Scholarsin Law,are the John R. Raben/Sullivan & Cromwell Executive Directors.Contact Us.

Upcoming Events

Mar. 5, 2015
Bert W. Wasserman Workshop in Law and Finance

"Investment Banks as Corporate Monitors in the Early 20th Century United States," Eric Hilt, Visiting Professor at the Yale Economics Department and Associate Professor of Economics, Wellesley College
12:15 pm, Room 110