UChicago Law School, home of the University of Chicago Business Law Review, or UChiBLR

The University of Chicago Business Law Review, also known as UChiBLR, is a corporate law journal focused on securities, antitrust, mergers and acquisitions, tax, corporate governance, business regulation, and other business law topics. The journal was founded in 2021 by five women at the University of Chicago Law School. Our inaugural symposium, The Economic Structure of Corporate Law at Thirty, provided a retrospective of Judge Frank Easterbrook and Professor Dan Fischel’s book, The Economic Structure of Corporate Law. UChiBLR‘s forthcoming inaugural publication will include articles from the symposium.

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