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Professor Kang Invited to Harvard Law School and University of California, Berkeley

Professor Sang Yop Kang, a leading scholar of corporate law and governance, was invited by Harvard Law School’s Corporate Governance Program to spend January 25 to February 8, 2017 in residence conducting research, attending corporate law seminars, and collaborating with Harvard Law scholars and professors about mutual research interests.

On February 24-25, 2017, Professor Kang was invited by the University of California, Berkeley, School of Law to make a presentation at their Comparative Corporate Governance Conference. Professor Kang was joined at the invitation-only conference by law professors from Harvard, Stanford, Columbia, University of Pennsylvania, and University of California, Berkeley. Professor Kang presented on “King Lear” Problems: Succession and Corporate Governance Issues in Family Corporations, which will be published in an upcoming issue of the Berkeley Business Law Journal.

Professor Kang teaches courses on corporate governance from the global perspective, economic analysis of corporate law, corporate and financial markets, and East Asian economic structures.

Professor Kang (right) with Professor Richard Buxbaum, a distinguished corporate law, comparative law, and international law scholar at University of California-Berkeley

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