Cash is a great medium of exchange. It is very efficient. If someone wants to buy a garden […]
Third-year law student Han Gil Lee, former Temple Law Professor N. Jeremi Duru and I recently formed Global […]
Legal academics are in the business of coming up with new ideas and research results, but it’s not […]
Section 251(h) of the Delaware General Corporation Law (the “DGCL”) became effective on August 1, 2013 and is […]
The “Legal Issues in Strategic Business Planning” course is an excellent opportunity for students who are interested in […]
What is the purpose of a corporation? Today, the standard answer is that a corporation’s purpose is to […]
A sea change is happening in finance. Machines appear to be on the rise and humans on the […]
Murray Shusterman, Senior Counsel at Fox Rothschild, LLP and Temple Law School Class of 1936, sits down with Professor Rob Bartow to talk about his enrollment in Temple Law School’s first day division class, his time as a Deputy City Solicitor of Philadelphia, and how students find their legal calling.
Harold E. Kohn Chair and Professor of Law Jonathan Lipson talks with Ajay Raju (LAW ’96), Partner at Reed Smith, about professional success and innovation in legal education and practice.
If you are a Temple law student interested in business law, where do you go? One answer is […]