Professor Christina Sautter’s co-authored article, "Corporate Governance Gaming," was featured in a blog post, "WallStreetBets, GameStop, and the Rise of ‘Wireless’ ESG Retail Investors," on the Machine Lawyering Blog of the Centre for Financial Regulation and Economic Development at The Chinese University of Hong Kong.
Professor Elizabeth Carter presented her article, "Are Premarital Agreements Really Unfair? An Empirical Study" 48 Hofstra L. Rev. 387 (2019), to the New Orleans Planning Estate Planning Council on May 10. On June 14, Professor Carter will present suggested revisions to the ACTEC Commentaries to MRPC 1.8 and 1.9 at the ACTEC (American College of Trusts and Estates Counsel) Summer Meeting. She was also recently named as Co-Chair to the Commentaries Subcommittee.
Professor Ken Levy was quoted in an article about bodily injury liability insurance published by WalletHub.
Professor Christina Sautter was an invited speaker during the Where Does Corporate Law Go Next? Roundtable at The Law and Society Association 2021 Annual Meeting. The roundtable honored the work of Professor Margaret Blair (Professor of Law, Emerita and Milton R. Underwood Chair in Free Enterprise, Emerita at Vanderbilt Law School) and discussed the future of corporate law and corporate law scholarship.
Professor Elizabeth Carter was quoted by The Advocate in a story about whether Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry is following a state law that instructs the attorney general to devote “his full time” to the Attorney General’s office and bars him from doing any outside legal work.