The Adolf A. Berle, Jr. Center on Corporations, Law & Society
From the Director, Professor Charles R. T. O'Kelley
It is a privilege to follow in Adolf A. Berle, Jr.'s footsteps. As did Berle, the Center focuses on the nature of the modern corporation and its impact on individuals and society. Moreover, in Berle's words, our larger goal is to "carry on the work of discovering intellectual tools and philosophic principles, in the hope of enlarging the capacity of generations yet unborn to confront conditions and dangers no dawn has yet revealed."
About the Center
The Center facilitates the study of the constantly evolving American and global economic system, the ongoing struggle for power between and among corporations, governments, individuals, and society, and the role of law in mediating and shaping the nature of our economic relations and institutions.
To that end, the Center
- sponsors the annual Adolf A. Berle, Jr. Symposium on Corporations, Law and Society
- hosts distinguished visiting faculty
- collaborates with Centers and scholars around the world to facilitate groundbreaking interdisciplinary scholarship
For more information about the center, please contact Lori Lamb at firstname.lastname@example.org