George T. Lowy Professor of Law Marcel Kahan's two articles, "The Demand for Corporate Law: Statutory Flexibility, Judicial Quality, or Takeover Protection?" and "Symbiotic Federalism and the Structure of Corporate Law" (cowritten by Edward Rock) and Murray and Kathleen Bring Professor of Law Stephen Choi's "Do Institutions Matter?" (cowritten by Jill Fisch and A.C. Pritchard), were voted three of the top 10 corporate and securities law articles of 2006 according to the Corporate Practice Commentator. Corporate and securities law professors from across the country responded to the publication’s request to choose the best out of a pool of 450 articles written last year. Choi’s and Kahan’s work, and the complete list of winning articles, will be published in the next issue of the Corporate Practice Commentator.

Read "Do Institutions Matter?" by Professor Choi

Read "The Demand for Corporate Law: Statutory Flexibility, Judicial Quality, or Takeover Protection?" by Professor Kahan

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