Seminar: What’s Law Got To Do With It: Integrating Law and Strategy
Professor Bagley will present her work on developing a theory of law and strategy that embeds legal and other nonmarket factors in mainstream theories of competitive advantage.
She has recently published her work on the subject in American Business Law Journal, vol. 47, Issue 4, pp. 587-639, Winter 2010, in which she issues a call for legal scholars “to join forces with researchers in the fields of strategy, management, and political science to understand more fully the interface of law, management and strategy and the role of legal astuteness in the achievement and sustainability of competitive advantage”.
About Constance E. Bagley
Constance E. Bagley is Professor in the practice of law and management at the Yale School of Management and received the Excellence in Teaching Award in 2009. Before joining the Yale SOM faculty, she was an associate professor at the Harvard Business School and taught a variety of courses at the Stanford University Graduate School of Business, where she received Honorable Mention (first runner-up) for the Distinguished Teaching Award. Prior to joining the Stanford faculty, she was a corporate securities partner in the San Francisco office of Bingham McCutchen. Professor Bagley received the Senior Faculty Award of Excellence from the Academy of Legal Studies in Business in 2006 and her articles include “Winning Legally: The Value of Legal Astuteness,” which was published in the Academy of Management Review in April 2008.
The seminar is free and open to anyone, but registration is required no later than 23 May 2011 - send an e-mail to Kim A. Jørgensen: email@example.com