The Berkeley Center for Law, Business and the Economy (BCLBE) is the hub of Berkeley Law’s research and teaching on the impact of law on business and the U.S. and global economies.
In 2015, Startup@BerkeleyLaw was launched as a joint initiative of BCLBE and the Berkeley Center for Law & Technology. Startup@BerkeleyLaw has expanded extensively over the past few months, forging connections between students, entrepreneurs, and venture capitalists on campus and beyond. Read what BCLBE’s executive director and faculty had to say about this exciting program and how it came to life!
Fundamentals of Banking Law
October 31 – November 2, 2016
Join litigators, academics, and professionals in an intensive 2½ day seminar designed to familiarize participants with the basics of banking law, from the passage of the 1863 National Bank Act to the present. For more details, click here.
Recent Post on The Network: Business at Berkeley Law:
EU to Create Tax Blacklist Following Panama Paper Leaks
By Vinh-Khoi Le, J.D. Candidate 2018
Recent Post from The Deal Professor, Steven Davidoff Solomon:
Viacom Has Few Options for Fighting National Amusements
News and Publications
The following media is now available:
Shareholder Activism Speaker Series
Tariq Mundiya, Wilkie Farr & Gallagher LLP
Venture Capital Speaker Series
Ted Wang, Fenwick & West LLP
A full list of recordings can be found here»
The 2015-2016 Berkeley Center for Law, Business and the Economy Annual Bulletin is now available. Learn more about BCLBE’s curriculum, programming, faculty and scholarship as Berkeley Law establishes itself as the leading center for the study and practice of business law on the Pacific Rim.
BCLBE is excited to introduce its new Executive Director, Adam Sterling, a Berkeley Law and Haas School of Business alum with an impressive track record of organizational leadership and startup law experience. Mr. Sterling will help position BCLBE as the premier hub for corporate and capital markets law on the Pacific Rim and lead a number of innovative new BCLBE initiatives. To read more about Mr. Sterling, click here.