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Articles by Margaret Blair, Randall Thomas and Bob Thompson among ‘Top 10 Corporate and Securities Articles of 2004‘

May. 4, 2005, 10:51 AM

NASHVILLE, Tenn. ñ Articles by three Vanderbilt University Law
School professors have been selected among the “Top 10 Corporate and
Securities Articles of 2004” by Corporate Practice Commentator, a
quarterly journal that reprints the year‘s top scholarly articles in
the field of corporate and securities law.

The “Top 10” list is based on an annual poll of law professors who
teach in the field of corporate and securities law, and the 10 cited
were chosen from 430 such articles published last year.

Making the list were Professor of Law Margaret Blair‘s article
“Locking in Capital: What Corporate Law Achieved for Business
Organizers in the Nineteenth Century,” originally published in the UCLA
Law Review, and “The New Look of Shareholder Litigation:
Acquisition-Oriented Class Actions,” an article co-authored by Robert
B. Thompson, New York Alumni Chancellor Professor of Law, and Randall
Thomas, John Beasley II Chair in Law and Business and director of the
Law and Business Program, originally published in the Vanderbilt Law
Review.

The results will appear in an upcoming issue of the Corporate Practice Commentator.

Media contact: Susanne Hicks, (615) 322-NEWS
Susanne.hicks@vanderbilt.edu

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