October 29, 2008
What Can Constitutional Law Learn from Corporate Law?
In 2003, I argued in the Yale Law Journal that constitutional law can learn much from corporate law with respect to the protection of minorities. The Yale Law Journal has now revisited my argument in Minorities, Shareholder and Otherwise, by inviting three leading scholars--Steve Bainbridge, Richard Delgado, and Kevin Johnson to comment on the piece. I introduce this online symposium and also respond to the comments.
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