Tuesday, September 18, 2012

UMd Law Financial Reform Symposium This Week

University of Maryland School of Law Financial Reform Symposium: September 20-21

The University of Maryland School of Law is hosting a free symposium on financial reform this Thursday and Friday (September 20-21), in Baltimore, Md. Former CFTC Commissioner Brooksley Born will speak on Thursday evening - in the "Ceremonial Courtroom". 

Also, on Friday, in the "Krongard Board Room (Room 106)" Michael Greenberger will moderate a panel discussion entitled “Regulatory Enforcement and the Financial Regulatory System” between 10:15 and 12:00 on Friday morning. The panel features Wally Turbeville, Mike Eisenberg, Bill Black, Arthur Wilmarth, and Lynn Stout.

Imagine that! Maybe finance can still be reformed.  Is there is, or is there isn't hope for the USA?

1 comment:

y said...

Nope. They threatened to destroy the world if we didn't pay them. Yet nothing has changed.

Now they own their own country, called the Eurozone. But it's not enough.