January 4, 2021
A new presidential administration doesn’t come along every day. To explore what the Biden-Harris administration might hold when it comes to business regulation―or what panelists believe it should hold―the Business Scholarship Podcast’s second annual symposium is focused on Financial and Corporate Regulation in the Biden Administration.
The symposium comprises five episodes broken into the following panels. Across each panel, guests are invited to identify failures or missed opportunities of prior administrations, to predict the potential course of the Biden administration in key regulatory areas, and to offer advice to the incoming administration and the 117th Congress.
- Banking & Financial Regulation
- Gina-Gail Fletcher, Duke University School of Law
- Christina Skinner, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
- Kurt Wolfe, Troutman Pepper Hamilton Sanders LLP
- Investor Protection & Corporate Finance
- Laura Posner, Cohen Milstein Sellers & Toll PLLC
- Jennifer Schulp, Cato Institute
- James Fallows Tierney, University of Nebraska College of Law
- Consumer Protection & Finance
- Christopher Odinet, University of Iowa College of Law
- Niza Packin, Baruch College Zicklin School of Business
- Spencer Williams, Golden Gate University School of Law
- Corporate Power
- Carliss Chatman, Washington & Lee University School of Law
- Anthony Michael Kreis, Georgia State University College of Law
- Barak Richman, Duke University School of Law
- Enforcement & Policing
- Miriam Baer, Brooklyn Law School
- Jacob Elberg, Seton Hall University School of Law
- Karen Woody, Washington & Lee University School of Law
Panels are moderated by Andrew Jennings, Stanford University School of Law. They are available on major podcast apps and at andrewkjennings.com/biden-symposium.