GW’s Panic Conference Friday, Saturday

GW Panic Conf Logo.jpgWe at GW Law School are hosting a conference to explore the dozens of profound issues radiating from the financial crisis. Called the Panic of 2008, it begins Friday morning April 3 at 8:00 am and runs through Saturday afternoon April 4. The participant roster follows.


Law School Academics (non-GW)

Bill Bratton (Georgetown)

Don Langevoort (Georgetown)

Milt Regan (Georgetown)

Jon Macey (Yale)

Pat McCoy (Connecticut)

Harvey Goldschmid (Columbia)

Tamar Frankel (BU)

Henry Hu (Texas)

David Zaring (Penn/Wharton)

David Skeel (Penn)

Lisa Fairfax (Maryland)

Joe McCahery (Amsterdam)

Jim Cox (Duke)

Steve Schwarcz (Duke)

Frank Partnoy (San Diego)

Bobby Ahdieh (Emory)

Anna Gelpern (Rutgers Newark)

Jim Fanto (Brooklyn)

Heidi Mandanis Schooner (Catholic)

Scholars from Non-Law Academic Departments

Robert Bruner (Virginia, Business)

Sean Carr (Viirginia, Business)

Ed Altman (NYU, Business)

Bill Handorf (GW, Finance)

Jay Ritter (Florida, Finance)

Charles Geisst (Manhattan College, Finance)

Ken Snowden (North Carolina, Economics)

Maury Klein (Rhode Island, History)

Richard Sylla (NYU, History)

Private Sector Participants

Jack Bogle (Vanguard)

Russell Ramsey (Ramsey Asset Management)

Ed Labaton (Labaton Sucharow)

Irving Pollack (Fulbright & Jaworski)

Stanley Sporkin (former U.S. District Court for DC, Judge)

Peter Wallison (American Enterprise Institute)

Journalists

Dennis Berman (Wall Street Journal)

Floyd Norris (New York Times)

Daniel Gross (Newsweek)

Rob Cox (Breakingview)

Jesse Eisenger (Condé Nast Portfolio)

GW Law

Larry Mitchell (Conference Chair)

Michael Abramowicz

Larry Cunningham

Theresa Gabaldon

Susan Karamanian

Greg Maggs

Art Wilmarth

Co-Sponsors

GW Student Corporate and Business Law Society

Securities and Exchange Commission Historical Society (Carla Rosati, Executive Director)

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2 Responses

  1. Kip Altman says:

    Sounds like a fine conference.

    Will you provide a transcript or RSS feeds of comments by participants?

    Thank you.

    Kip Altman

  2. Kip Altman says:

    Sounds like a fine conference.

    Will you provide a transcript or RSS feeds of comments by participants?

    Thank you.

    Kip Altman