The National Business Law Scholars Conference
Seton Hall Law hosts a gathering of scholars June 4 and 5
Seton Hall Law is pleased to host the National Business Law Scholars Conference (NBLSC), an annual gathering of scholars exploring the regulatory issues and practices shaping how we lead and run corporate entities in the U.S. and beyond.
Seton Hall Law Professor Kristin Johnson, and a team of professors from leading law and business schools, have organized the two-day event to address the gamut of current and emerging trends.
The program includes plenary sessions, keynote speakers and a wide-ranging series of panel discussions in which participants will share their latest scholarly works. Professor Johnson, Professor Stephen Lubben and Dean Timothy Glynn are among the speakers and panelists.
Keynote speakers for the event are Troy A. Paredes, Commissioner of the Securities and Exchange Commission; and Kent Greenfield, Professor of Law and Dean's Research Scholar, Boston College Law School.
“Seton Hall Law is dedicated to excellence in teaching in the areas of business and corporate law. Ever-changing developments in our laws, our regulations and our business practices have an impact not just on how businesses are run today but also, how we educate our students to prepare to work within corporations or to advise their clients within private practice,” said Professor Johnson. “The NBLSC fosters an exchange of ideas and best practices that we may impart to our students to enhance their grasp of legal theory and master its practical applications.”