Baradaran's book reviewed by London School of Economics

Wednesday, January 30, 2019

Associate Dean for Strategic Initiatives & Alston Associate Chair in Corporate Law Mehrsa Baradaran's book The Color of Money: Black Banks and the Racial Wealth Gap was reviewed on the London School of Economics Review of Books.


Baradaran featured in Financial Times

Tuesday, January 29, 2019

Associate Dean for Strategic Initiatives & Alston Associate Chair in Corporate Law Mehrsa Baradaran and her book The Color of Money were featured in Financial Times. The article titled "Mehrsa Baradaran on 'opportunity zones'" was written by Brendan Greeley and published on 1/25/19. 


Hamer receives Nelson Mullins diversity scholarship

Tuesday, January 22, 2019

Congratulations to second-year student Sydney A. Hamer for being awarded a Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough Diversity Scholarship. This honor is open to second-year law students and is designed to increase the number of diverse law students interested in summer and long-term employment with the firm. 


Baradaran featured in Bloomberg Law

Friday, January 18, 2019

Associate Dean for Strategic Initiatives & Alston Associate Chair in Corporate Law Mehrsa Baradaran was featured in Bloomberg Law regarding her thoughts on U.S. Rep. Katherine Porter's appointment to the House Financial Services Committee. The article titled "Warren Protege is Rookie to Watch on House Financial Services" was written by Lydia Beyoud and published 1/18/19.


Baradaran mentioned in The Atlantic

Wednesday, January 16, 2019

Associate Dean for Strategic Initiatives & Alston Associate Chair in Corporate Law Mehrsa Baradaran was mentioned in The Atlantic regarding her book The Color of Money, which is considered "one of the most influential recent works on the racial wealth gap." The article titled "The Racial Wealth Gap Could Become a 2020 Litmus Test" was written by Vann R. Newkirk II and published 1/16/19.

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