Wednesday, January 12, 2011

From Wall Street to Main Street Symposium

The Chapman University School of Law and the Chapman Law Review will host a Symposium on Thursday and Friday, January 27th and 28th, 2011 entitled "From Wall Street to Main Street: The Future of Financial Regulation." The Symposium aims to examine the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act featuring keynote speaker Professor Steven Schwarcz and panels focused on deciphering the content and implications of new Wall Street regulations.

Corporate Justice Blog contributors Steven Ramirez, Jill Barclift and andré douglas pond cummings are among the participants that will appear on panels scheduled for 1.28.11 including (a) Into the Bog: An Introduction to Dodd-Frank; (b) Congress Punts; Administrative Agencies Receive; Welcome to a Decade of Rulemaking; (c) The Return of the Rating Agencies: Rerun or Redemption?; and (d) Who's the Boss: Re-writing the Rules of Corporate Governance.

The Symposium promises to be a cutting edge event. For more information and registration instructions, click here. Wall Street reform is something that this blog has and will examine surgically in coming weeks and months.

1 comment:

  1. Too bad this symposium is taking place in California, as I would love to hear the panel's thoughts on Dodd-Frank. Will you be posting a summary of the event Professor Ramirez?