The Women in Business Law Initiative at Berkeley Law presents a selection of scientific articles created by the Berkeley Center for Law and Business (BCLB) academic community.

Professor Steven Davidoff Solomon recently co-authored Centros, California’s ‘Women on Boards’ Statute and the Scope of Regulatory Competition, in which the authors consider the current debate over the legitimacy of Senate Bill 826, the California statute mandating that public companies whose principal executive offices are located in California have a minimum number of female directors.

Professor Steven Davidoff Solomon, has published a paper that examines the potential effects of the mandatory board gender quota introduced by the State of California applicable to all firms headquartered in the state.

Memorandum of Recommendations
(Prepared By Rose Ors and Delia Violante)

As a gateway to the legal profession, Berkeley Law has taken many laudable steps to address the wellbeing crisis by establishing a culture of wellness amongst its students. This memorandum presents a few more meaningful ways that Berkeley Law can leverage the American Bar Association’s (ABA) work to help end the wellness crisis.