Columbia Business Law Review

Columbia Business Law Review CBLR is the first legal periodical at a national law school to be devoted to the publication of articles focusing on the interaction of law and business.

The Columbia Business Law Review is the first legal periodical at a national law school to be devoted solely to the publication of articles focusing on the interaction of the legal profession and the business community. The review publishes three issues yearly. For each issue, student editors and staff members are integral to the production process, as they are responsible for both editing leading articles in business law and producing the journal’s student-written notes. The Columbia Business Law Review is governed by an administrative board consisting of third-year student editors. The staff of the review consists of second-year law students selected on the basis of writing ability, academic performance during the first year of law school, and demonstrated interest in business law. Staff members assist in the substantive production of the review in addition to researching and writing a student note on a business-related topic developed with the assistance of a third-year editor. The note requirement and other responsibilities effectively train members to perform accurately both scholarly and practical legal research.

05/01/2019

Gender diversity and representation on corporate boards is undeniably a problem, in the United States and globally, but staffer Gabriella Okafor asserts that California’s gender board quota legislation is likely unconstitutional: https://bit.ly/2PGF80f

It's been a year since the #MeToo movement began. In the time since, states have enacted a slew of legislation to combat...
11/02/2018
#MeToo Moving: New York Battling Workplace Harassment Through Legislation ◊ Columbia Business Law Review

It's been a year since the #MeToo movement began. In the time since, states have enacted a slew of legislation to combat sexual assault. In this article, Vlad Shafran summarizes New York's response and suggests why other states may follow suit: https://cblr.columbia.edu/metoo-moving-new-york-battling-workplace-harassment-through-legislation/

The Nation's First Business Law Periodical

Today, several members of our editorial board and staff attended the New York State Bar Association's William Howard Taf...
09/15/2018

Today, several members of our editorial board and staff attended the New York State Bar Association's William Howard Taft Lecture to hear Penn Law's Professor Hovenkamp and University of Chicago Booth School of Business's Professor Carlton discuss the AmEx case. We are honored to be publishing this lecture in our upcoming Winter issue!

Today we hosted orientation for our wonderful new 2L staff members. They heard from members of our editorial board and l...
09/08/2018

Today we hosted orientation for our wonderful new 2L staff members. They heard from members of our editorial board and learned all about the production process, Note writing, and CBLR’s exciting future plans. Please join us in welcoming them to the Columbia Business Law Review!

09/07/2018

Columbia Business Law Review is exited to announce the beginning of the 2018-19 academic year by re-launching our page. Be on the lookout for information about how to engage with CBLR, business law blog posts from our new staff members, and other exciting updates!

09/21/2016

Check out "On Social Credit and the Right to be Unnetworked" by Nizan Geslevich Packin and Yafit Lev-Aretz! Their article studies the potential consequences and policy consequences of social credit systems predicated on a simple transaction: authorized use of highly personal information (like information on social media) in return for better interest rates.

Read the article here: http://cblr.columbia.edu/archives/13912

Welcome to the 2016-2017 CBLR staffers! Our staffers are taking part in orientation and learning about our editing proce...
09/11/2016

Welcome to the 2016-2017 CBLR staffers! Our staffers are taking part in orientation and learning about our editing process and how to write their note!

07/13/2016

The Columbia Business Law Review is delighted to announce its 2L staff for the 2016-2017 year.

Please join us in congratulating the following new members:

Christianah Akinbamidele
Danielle Arthur
Elizabeth Brandt
Elizabeth Brasher
Hope Daily
Alexander Dvorscak
Malcolm Evans
Daniel Fox
Carly Goeman
Antonia Hyman
Michael Kahn
Joshua Kameel-Ishmael
Mariam Kamran
Janet Kanzawa
Michael Katz
Eugene Kim
Sunny Kim
James Kim
Tamar Lisbona
Ariadne Lyon
James Malmo
Lizzeth Merchan
Wolete Moko
Samuel Nadler
Pria Narsiman
Que'Nique Newbill
Kevin Ngai
Argirios Nickas
Nadia Odai-Afotey
Yu-Mu Pai
Min Ju Park
Stephen Patrick
Alena Perszyk
Darren Pouliot
Elena Roeva
Thomas Schaad
Alexander Smith
Adam Swingle
Nana Agyeman Taylor
Maxwell Tobin
Brandon Wallace
Katherine Warrick
Norian Watson
Lucas Wozny
Sou Hee Yang

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