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The Online Version
of the Magazine
of Cornell Law School

 

Spring 2011 

 

Volume 37, 1

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In This Issue:

FEATURES:

A Message from the Dean
by Stewart J. Schwab

It's been a season for milestones at Cornell Law School.


The Jack G. Clarke Institute for the Study and Practice of Business Law
by Judith Pratt

The Jack G. Clarke Institute for the Study and Practice of Business Law will provide our students and faculty with unparalleled opportunities, says Stewart J. Schwab.


Law Students Get a Taste of Deal Structuring at First-Ever Transactional Lawyering Competition Program
by Linda Brandt Myers

The Transactional Lawyering Competition was the first match of its kind at a major law school.

 

Bubbles, Busts, and Blameby Robert C. Hockett

Let us talk first about asset price bubbles and bursts, then. After that I shall speak of solutions.


Regulating for the Next Financial Crisisby Charles K. Whitehead

Financial intermediation continues to evolve--which means that regulation, including the Dodd-Frank Act, typically trails change in the marketplace.

 
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