Description: Many of you may be familiar with Professor Buxbaum’s leading work in Corporations Law and Comparative Law, and as a pillar of the Berkeley Law’s business faculty. What you may not know is that his many contributions extend far beyond shaping jurisprudence in the United States and around the world. They are also deeply rooted in public service, affirmative action, free speech, national defense, and reparations issues. He is a true Renaissance man and his service to the Berkeley Law community as well as citizens around the world is without parallel. In his final year of teaching at Boalt, BCLBE hosted a special lunchtime talk where Professor Buxbaum reflected on his experiences in the major social and political events of the 1960s and 1970s.
Sponsor(s): Berkeley Business Law Journal (BBLJ) Sponsor: Berkeley Center for Law, Business and the Economy