CBLR Seeking Submissions for 2017 Survey Issue

Wednesday, July 20th, 2016, by Jake Makar

The Columbia Business Law Review is pleased to announce its 2017 survey topic: “The New Activists.” With the rise of hedge fund activist investors and the ever increasing number of activist shareholder campaigns, CBLR is soliciting articles that explore recent trends and developments in corporate activism and defense. In addition, articles in this issue could explore the evolution of distressed investing and its impact on troubled firms. The rise of these “New Activists” has the potential to reshape corporate governance […] (More →)

CBLR Publishes Inaugural Summer Associate Survey Results

Tuesday, March 22nd, 2016, by Jenny Lee

As a business law journal, we spend a lot of time reading about and pondering better ways to do business. Lately, we’ve also been contemplating something that many of us went through recently: getting law firm jobs. At the core of that business, students want to end up at firms that do the kind of work they’re interested in, in ways that work best for them.   Now, we have access to information about what happens during on-campus interviews, but […] (More →)

About CBLR

Columbia Business Law Review is the first legal periodical at a national law school to be devoted solely to the publication of articles focusing on the interaction of the legal profession and the business community. The review publishes three issues yearly, which involve students in the editing of leading articles in business law, as well as the production of student-written notes.