Murphy on Gordon, “The Contingent Corporation”

On March 23, Gwen Gordon spoke to the Sawyer Seminar about her anthropological and legal scholarship regarding a case study of Maori incorporation. Gordon emphasized that the goal of her work was to provide a new way of conceiving of the corporation’s social and ethical responsibility without attempting to apply the Maori example to western Read more about Murphy on Gordon, “The Contingent Corporation”[…]

The Theory and Practice of International Law: from WWI to Facebook’s Empire

In the most recent installment of the Sawyer Seminar on Corporations and International Law, Erica George of the University of Utah College of Law, and Natasha Wheatly of The Princeton History Department presented their recent work. Professor George’s paper, “Protecting Human Rights Through Rankings and Reporting,” examined the potential for ranking mechanisms to set more Read more about The Theory and Practice of International Law: from WWI to Facebook’s Empire[…]