The Marvin A. Chirelstein Colloquium on Contemporary Issues in Law and Business, a limited enrollment course, brings leading members of the corporate bar, business and investment
|From left, on occasion of the Inaugural Colloquium: Dean Harold Hongju Koh, Roberta Romano '80, Marvin Chirelstein, and Mark Campisano '80|
Marvin A. Chirelstein inspired numerous students to pursue careers in the business and tax fields while he was the William Nelson Cromwell Professor at the Law School from 1965-82. A master teacher and distinguished scholar, Chirelstein's pathbreaking casebook with Victor Brudney on Corporate Finance (first ed. 1972) introduced modern finance into the law school business law curriculum and his guide to Federal Income Taxation, now in its 9th edition, continues to illuminate the arcane tax world to law students, for which all tax teachers are forever grateful.
|Kay Ng '07, Marek Grabowski '06 and Jason Williams '08||Ryan Gaglio '08|