The NYU Journal of Law and Business provides a forum for dialogue and thorough analysis of issues, ideas, problems, and solutions relating to law and business, and contributes to academic scholarship regarding the interaction of the two professions. The Journal is challenging traditional notions of what a journal is and can achieve.
The Journal focuses on recent developments and innovative successes in the law and business community. We are committed to publishing authoritative writings on the interrelationship between the two fields. The Journal explores a number of general areas, including: international law and business; law and finance; and the effect of law and business on public interest organizations. The Journal also addresses contemporary topics in law and business, including: corporate governance; mergers and acquisitions; venture capital and private equity; bankruptcy and restructuring; capital markets; and securities.