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September 14, 2022

Securities Arbitration Clinics: Commemorating 25 Years of Law Students Aiding Investors

Moderator: Jill Gross, Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Law Operations, Professor of Law, Elisabeth Haub School of Law, Pace University and Former Director, Pace Investor Rights Clinic; Ronald C. Long, Head, Aging Client Services, Wells Fargo
Presenter(s): The Honorable Arthur Levitt (opening remarks). Barbara Black, Professor (retired) and Founder, Pace Securities Arbitration Clinic; Christine Lazaro, Professor of Clinical Legal Education, Director, Securities Arbitration Clinic, St. John's University School of Law; Paul Radvany, Clinical Professor of Law, and Director, Securities Arbitration Clinic, Fordham Law School; Bruce Sanders, Supervising Attorney & Adjunct Professor of Law, Investor Justice & Education Clinic, Howard University School of Law; Qudsia Shafiq, Associate General Counsel, Edward Jones; former student and participant of the Georgia State Law Investor Advocacy Clinic; Onaivo "Toyin" Momoh Toyin, Senior Counsel, US Securities and Exchange Commission; former student and participant of the Howard University School of Law Investor Justice & Education Clinic
This program and related exhibit are made possible through the generous support of Ronald C. Long.
  • Video: 1:28:23

July 21, 2022

The Sarbanes-Oxley Act at 20: A Corporate Governance Legacy

Moderator: Jim Barratt, Director AlixPartners; former SEC Enforcement Accountant
Presenter(s): Alan L. Beller, former Director, SEC Division of Corporation Finance (2002 – 2006); David M. Lynn, former Chief Counsel, SEC Division of Corporation Finance (2003 – 2007); Shelley E. Parratt, former Deputy Director, SEC Division of Corporation Finance (2003 – 2021); Harvey L. Pitt, former Chairman, U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission (2001 – 2003); Annemarie Tierney, former Assistant General Counsel, NYSE Euronext (2002 – 2008).
  • Video: 1:31:15

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