Clarke Program on Law, Finance, and Transactions

The Clarke Program on Law, Finance, and Transactions focuses on the intersection of law and finance, including analyses of business relationships from a finance perspective, as well as the structure of the financial markets, the behavior and governance of the institutions that comprise them, and the transactions that occur within them.  The Program also focuses on the means by which two or more parties can enter into business or other economic relationships, including their structure, the creation of value and management of risks, and the patterns of governance that have been generated.  The Program supports programming related to those themes, including several curricular programs aimed at enhancing the Law School’s ability to expose students to issues and skills related to complex transactions, business organizations, and financial markets, as well as conferences, workshops, and guest speakers.