Financial Reform Legislation: There Ought To Be A Law, But Is This It?

On November 15, 2010, Columbia Law Professor John C. Coffee, Jr. and Fordham Law Professor Richard Squire spoke at Fordham Law School about the recent Dodd-Frank legislation in a program entitled “Financial Reform Legislation: There Ought to be a Law, But is This It?”

For more information about the event, please visit the Fordham Law event webpage. Video of the event is forthcoming.

Both speakers have generously made public their PowerPoint slides from the program.
To download Professor Coffee’s slides, click here.
To download Professor Squire’s slides, click here.

Please note: The above slides are the property of Professors Coffee and Squire. Any duplication or reference to the above slides should give credit to those authors.

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