Columbia has just gone live with a blog that looks modeled somewhat off of Harvard's Corporate Governance Forum, and it's got some good contributions already. Here's a post by Don Langevoort, and of course John Coffee is participating. Here's what they're going for:
The CLS Blue Sky Blog is particularly designed to be a resource and a discussion forum for corporate attorneys, journalists, and academics alike. The blog features original and aggregated commentary from a diverse range of contributors and guest writers on subjects such as the Dodd-Frank Act, securities regulation, mergers and acquisitions, finance and economics, corporate governance, and related international developments.
The blog also features a keyword searchable library of memos from leading law firms on relevant topics. Memos from Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton, Davis Polk & Wardwell, and Sullivan & Cromwell are currently available. The blog also includes the choice of a daily or a weekly email newsletter that readers can tailor by sub-topic to their own personal preferences.
Regular contributors and members of the blog’s editorial board include Professor Coffee; Edward F. Greene
, a lecturer-in-law who is also senior counsel at Cleary Gottlieb and a former general counsel of the SEC; Professor Robert J. Jackson, Jr
., a former practitioner and adviser in the Department of the Treasury who studies executive compensation and corporate governance matters; and Professor Kathryn Judge
, a former corporate attorney whose research examines financial institutions and markets.
Well worth a look. Welcome to the blogosphere!
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