Roundtables bring together individuals with diverse views and from a variety of perspectives to debate controversial issues in an academic setting that not only values creativity and innovation, but also remains independent from the demands of business, the pressures of clients, and the interests of constituents. Participants include members of the academy, the practice of law, the business community, regulatory organizations, and the judiciary.
Updating Friedman: A Half Century Later, Is the Social Responsibility of Business (Still) to Increase its Profits?
A Debate between Commissioner Robert J. Jackson, Jr., SEC, and Professor Richard Squire, Alpin J Cameron Chair in Law, Fordham Law School. (27/03/2019)