Event Date/Time: Oct 30, 2009
End Date/Time: Oct 30, 2009
Oct 29, 2009
The Seton Hall Law Review will be hosting its annual Symposium on October 30, 2009, to address the impact of securities regulation on the current global financial crisis. Specifically, this event will examine the origins and genesis of the crisis, address the future of securities regulation both domestically and internationally, and attempt to anticipate the role of government agencies and private market participants in shaping and effectuating regulation. Some of the brightest minds from the legal, financial, and academic communities, state and federal governments, and self-regulatory organizations will be on hand to assess and debate the challenges and opportunities presented by the prospective landscape of global securities regulation, as well as discuss what may be to come in the areas of corporate governance and risk management.
Located mere minutes from New York City, Seton Hall Law School is ideally located to entertain a discussion on securities regulation amongst academics, practitioners, and other stakeholders. The Symposium is free to all who wish to attend and includes a continental breakfast and lunch. Six (6) New York CLE credits are available for full-day attendance at the program.