From the 2005 News Archive
Professor Stephen Bainbridge is School of Law Distinguished Visitor this week
Professor Steven Bainbridge, Professor of Law, University of California at Los Angeles School of Law, will be visiting the School of Law this week as part of the School's new Distinguished Visitor's Program.
Professor Bainbridge is a leading scholar in the area of the law and economics of public corporations. His work has appeared in such journals as the Virginia Law Review
, the Northwestern Law Review
, the Cornell Law Review
, the Stanford Law Review
, and the Vanderbilt Law Review
. His most recent books include Agency, Partnerships & LLCs
(2004) and Business Associations: Cases and Materials on Agency, Partnerships, and Corporations
(5th 3d. 2005)(with Klein and Ramseyer). He teaches Business Associations, Unincorporated Business Associations, and Advanced Corporation Law. Bainbridge received a BA from Western Maryland College, and a MS in Chemistry and a JD from the University of Virginia.
During Professor Bainbridge's visit he will visit classes taught by Professor Faifax and Professor Booth. He will speak to the faculty on the topic "Shareholder Activism and Institutional Investors", and will be the keynote lunch speaker at the annual Business Law Program conference on November 4th.
The Distinguished Visitors Program brings scholars and professionals in law and allied fields to the School of Law for short or longer-term academic visits. Visiting professors present a public lecture and work with students and other faculty members in a variety of formal and informal settings. In addition to Professor Bainbridge, this year's Distinguished Visitors include Professor Dorothy Roberts, the Kirkland & Ellis Professor at Northwestern University School of Law and Maxwell Stearns, Professor of Law at George Mason University School of Law.
If you would like more information on Professor Bainbridge's visit, please contact Professor Lisa Fairfax.