Dear Alumni and Advisors of the NYU Journal of Law & Business,
We are pleased to announce the First Annual Alumni/Advisor Reception for the NYU Journal of Law & Business on Monday, March 11, 2013 from 7:00-9:00 p.m. in Sexton Lounge on the second floor of Furman Hall, located at 245 Sullivan Street. In an effort to connect with our journal alumni and advisors, we are hosting this event in your honor.
Please join us after work for food, wine, and a chance to meet JLB alumni, advisors, and current members of the Journal.
We look forward to meeting all of you soon. To RSVP, please e-mail email@example.com.
JLB is proud to announce the election of the 2013-2014 Editorial Board for Volume 10 of the NYU Journal of Law and Business. We had an incredible group of applicants competing for these positions, and we are very excited about what JLB can do under their leadership next year.
Here is the 2013-2014 JLB Editorial Board:
Managing Editor – Production
Managing Editors – Symposium
Managing Editor – Membership
Managing Editor – Web
Executive Editor – Submissions
Executive Editor – Academic Articles
Executive Editor – Practitioner Notes
Executive Editor – Student Notes
Senior Developments Editors
Senior Notes Editor
Senior Articles Editors
Congratulations to the new board!
On February 1, 2013, the NYU Journal of Law & Business was proud to host Carlos Urrutia, Ambassador of the Republic of Colombia to the United States as Keynote Speaker and Guest of Honor at our Spring Symposium entitled “Developments in the Law of International Project Finance.” Ambassador Urrutia also served as the Guest of Honor at our Luncheon (pictured above) for the Symposium speakers and panelists.
For more information about the Symposium, see our 2013 Symposium page. Additional pictures and video are forthcoming, and a transcript of the event will be published in April in our Spring 2013 issue (Volume 9, Number 3).
JLB is proud to announce that we are now accepting submissions via Scholastica, a new online submission service. For more information about Scholastica, please visit www.scholasticahq.com/law_reviews.
JLB will continue to accept submissions via ExpressO and directly via email to
firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information on submissions to our journal, please visit our Submissions page.
This Friday, February 1, JLB is proud to host its 2013 Annual Spring Symposium on “Developments in the Law of International Project Finance.” The event will take place in Greenberg Lounge, located in Vanderbilt Hall on the NYU School of Law Campus, from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm and will be immediately followed by a networking reception.
In the wake of the post-2007 financial crisis, the financing of infrastructure, oil and gas, and other long term projects in both developed and emerging economies has faced an urgent need to adapt and respond to changed rules and circumstances in the global marketplace. Global banking regulation reform, the rise of alternative financing techniques in emerging economies, increased political instability in particular host-states, and the rise of international legal disputes throughout the life of a project are some of the many issues that have become critical to the success of projects for both investors and host-states around the world.
The NYU Journal of Law & Business seeks to provide a forum for in-depth discussion of these and other issues between legal and financial scholars and practitioners of the highest quality. The Symposium will consist of three panels, each devoted to conversation and dialogue over select themes and issues, led by a panel moderator. The Journal will publish the proceedings of the Symposium in its Spring 2013 issue.
Please join us by registering here, or you may click here for more information.
In recognition of several years of service to JLB, the Journal invited Karen Brenner, Clinical Professor of Business at the Stern School of Business, to become our sixth Faculty Advisor. Karen has been a valued advisor and friend to JLB, and we remain grateful for her efforts and excited about her acceptance of the role.
Karen joins current Faculty Advisors Helen Scott, William T. Allen, Jennifer Arlen, Marcel Kahan, and Gerald Rosenfeld as Faculty Advisors and members of the Journal’s Professional Advisory Board.