Director: Rachel Landy
The Samuel & Ronnie Heyman Center on Corporate Governance serves as a hub for research on innovation in business and corporate law. Our renowned faculty have expertise in many areas including technology; antitrust; regulation; securities; corporate compliance and Environmental, Social, and Corporate governance (ESG).
The Center brings together leading scholars, business leaders, practitioners and students to engage in business law scholarship and research. Our students and scholars benefit from access to our New York City location, one of the world’s great commerce, finance and technology centers.
Our students learn to become ethical business lawyers, equipped with the skills they need to lead in corporate practice, as transactional lawyers or litigators.
In addition to rigorous classroom learning, our students gain real-world practical experience through clinics, internships and externships at some of the most prestigious global companies. Students have participated in externships at companies including JP Morgan Chase, Chanel, Morgan Stanley, SONY Music and Viacom. Our students solve complex legal challenges for clients at in-house clinics including the Securities Arbitration Clinic, the Tech Startup Clinic and the Filmmakers Legal Clinic.
The center regularly hosts panel discussions with leading scholars and practitioners addressing the greatest challenges facing the global economy including capital markets, blockchain, corporate innovation and sustainability.
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