June 01, 2011
Reform fatigue in the academy?
Posted by Erik Gerding

Based on a non-scientific sample of conversations with colleagues, there is a sense that law reviews may now be suffering from Dodd-Frank and financial reform fatigue. I can understand the reaction, but, if this is true, it is worrisome. The real heavy lifting of financial reform is ongoing as dozens of rule makings are in progress, yet to begin, or stalled. Drafting and interpreting rules are when lawyers and legal academics add the most value. But has the issue attention cycle in the academy already changed? We now rejoin our program already in progress: “Delaware: good or bad.”

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