Corporate Law Professors Honored
Post date: April 24, 2006

Articles by Professors Lucian Bebchuk, Einer Elhauge, Mark Roe, and Guhan Subramanian will be named among the top ten corporate and security law articles of 2005 in an upcoming issue of the Corporate Practice Commentator, a quarterly journal that reprints articles about corporations law. The articles were selected based upon a survey of corporate and securities law teachers across the nation. No other law school had more than one faculty member represented on the list.

The articles selected were, "The Case for Increasing Shareholder Power" by Lucian Bebchuk, published in 118 Harvard Law Review, 833-917 (2005); "Sacrificing Corporate Profits in the Public Interest" By Einer Elhauge, published in 80 New York University Law Review, 733-869 (2005); "Delaware's Politics" by Mark Roe, published in 118 Harvard Law Review, 2491-2543 (2005); and "Fixing Freezeouts" by Guhan Subramanian, published in 115 Yale Law Journal 2-70 (2005).

This is the seventh straight year that an article from an HLS professor has been honored, and the sixth year in a row that HLS has had multiple selections.








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