Academic Research

Developing and promoting interdisciplinary academic research and thought leadership to define the goals and challenges of compliance as a discipline


Compliance & Risk Management eJournal

In July 2016, the Center for Compliance and Ethics launched the Compliance & Risk Management eJournal in partnership with the Social Science Research Network. The goal of the Compliance & Risk Management eJournal is to encourage interdisciplinary research that uses economics, management studies, and other related techniques from the social sciences and humanities, in addition to more traditional legal analysis, to help scholars across disciplines identify, understand, and address issues and problems in compliance.

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Editors

Jonathan C. Lipson
Harold E. Kohn Professor of Law and Faculty Advisor, Center for Compliance and Ethics

Jon Smollen
Practice Professor of Law and Director, Center for Compliance and Ethics

Compliance & Risk Management eJournal Advisory Board

Alan Cohen
Senior Policy Advisor, Chairman of U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission

James A. Fanto
Gerald Baylin Professor of Law, Brooklyn Law School and Co-Director of the Center for the Study of Business Law & Regulation

Claire A. Hill
James L. Krusemark Chair in Law, University of Minnesota Law School

Donald C. Langevoort
Thomas Aquinas Reynolds Professor of Law, Georgetown University Law Center

Paul E. McGreal
Professor, Creighton University

Zane D. Memeger
Partner, Morgan, Lewis & Bockius

Geoffrey P. Miller
Stuyvesant P. Comfort Professor of Law; Co-Director, Center for Civil Justice; Director, Center for Financial Institutions; Co-Director, Program on Corporate Compliance and Enforcement, New York University School of Law

 


Academic Symposia

The Caremark Decision at 21: Corporate Compliance Comes of Age – What Does the Future Hold?

On October 26th, the Temple Law Review and the Center for Compliance and Ethics hosted a symposium honoring the 21st anniversary of the Delaware Chancery Court’s transformative opinion In re Caremark Int’l Inc. Derivative Litigation.

 


The Temple 10-Q is a quarterly electronic newsletter covering the law school’s business law community. Edited by faculty members Jonathan Lipson and Salil Mehra, The Temple 10-Q is intended to illuminate the important contributions made to business law by Temple alumni, faculty, staff, and students and has featured a number of articles on compliance and ethics.