10-Q&A Episode 12: Prof. Jon Broder interviews Temple’s Board Chair, Mitchell Morgan, about his spectacular success and his vision for Temple

Mitch Morgan turned his humble beginnings, working while attending Temple for undergraduate and law school, to one of the largest real estate empires in the country. In this episode of the 10-Q&A, he talks with Temple Law’s Jon Broder about his early years, founding Morgan Properties, and why Temple is one of the best parts

New Climate and ESG Disclosures Are Likely: Are Federal Grant and Loan Recipients the Next Targets?

: Elizabeth Lange discusses the Biden Administration signaling potential for enhanced ESG disclosures, and how increased and broadened disclosures could affect the way companies do business with the federal government in the future.

10-Q&A Episode 11: Interview with Profs. Eleanor Myers and Andrea Monroe, the creator and steward of Temple’s innovative Introduction to Transactional Skills

On the tenth anniversary of Temple’s Introduction to Transactional Skills (ITS) program, Stephanie McCormick talks with the creator and current leader of this program to learn about successes, challenges, and why the program is just getting started. Interviewer: Stephanie McCormick (LAW ’23) Guests: Andrea MonroeProfessor of Law Eleanor MyersAssociate Professor of Law Emerita

10-Q&A Episode 10: Interview with Greg Seltzer (LAW ’03), Pioneer Behind Philly Music Fest and Ballard Spahr’s VC Practice

 In the first episode of Fall 2021, Abygaelle Loubeau chats with Greg Seltzer (LAW ’03) about venture capital financing transactions and his nonprofit, Philly Music Fest. Interviewer: Abygaelle Loubeau (LAW ’23) Guest: Gregory L. Seltzer, Partner at Ballard Spahr, Creator and Executive Producer of Philly Music Fest

Denying Black Musicians Their Royalties Has a History Emerging Out of Slavery

Professors Olufunmilayo Arewa of Temple Beasley School of Law, and Matt Stahl of Western University examine racialized contracting and accounting in the recording industry. Their work traces the origins of industry-wide discriminatory practices back to the days when African American slaves were systematically oppressed, controlled, and denied their rights of ownership to any form of property, be it tangible or intangible.