In anticipation of his impending retirement, Stephen Lamb, vice chancellor on the Delaware Court of Chancery, delivered the Fogelson Lecture in Law & Business, entitled "Twelve Years on the Court of Chancery: A Personal Reflection," on March 26. The event was sponsored by the NYU Pollack Center for Law & Business, whose director, Professor William T. Allen, introduced Lamb's lecture. The vice chancellor acknowledged the influence that the jurisprudence of Allen, a past chancellor of the court, has had on Lamb's own Court of Chancery career: "While his work is seen as the work of a prophet, mine is better regarded as that of an exegetist." In his speech, Lamb discussed key corporation law cases from his dozen years on the court, including one involving a waterfront trailer park that dragged out for a decade.
Watch the full recording of this event (45 min):