Stefan Padfield
Associate Professor of Law

Summer 2012

  • Posted several blog posts on The Race to the Bottom and/or Akron Law Café.
  • Presented at The Law and Society Association Annual Meeting.
  • Presented at the National Business Law Scholars Conference.
  • Presented “The Silent Role of Corporate Theory in the Supreme Court’s Campaign Finance Cases” in a panel discussion entitled “Corporate Law 04: Who’s Driving the Bus? Evaluating the Tensions and Identifying the Points of Intersection between Corporations and Society” at the Law & Society Conference in Honolulu, Hawaii.

Spring 2012

  • Posted several blog posts on The Race to the Bottom and/or Akron Law Café.
  • Accepted offer to publish "THE SILENT ROLE OF CORPORATE THEORY IN THE SUPREME COURT’S CAMPAIGN FINANCE CASES" in the U. of Penn. J. of Const. Law.

Winter 2011-2012

  • Posted several blog posts on The Race to the Bottom and/or Akron Law Café and/or Business Law Prof Blog.

Fall 2011

  • Posted several blog posts on Business Law Prof Blog and/or Akron Law Café.
  • Published “The Dodd-Frank Corporation: More Than a Nexus-of-Contracts,” 114 W.V. L. Rev. 209 (Fall 2011).
  • Published Securities Regulation: Credit Suisse Securities (USA) LLC v. Simmonds,” 39 Preview 116 (Nov. 28, 2011).
  • Presented work-in-progress, “The Silent Role of Corporate Theory in the Supreme Court’s Campaign Finance Cases,” at the University of Dayton School of and at the Central States Law Schools Association Annual Scholarship Conference at the University of Toledo.
  • CLE presentation panelist, “Dodd-Frank: One Year Later, 2011 Ohio Securities Conference.”
  • Panelist, “Taking Your Scholarship to the Next Level: Books, Consulting, Commentary,” at the Central States Law Schools Association Annual Scholarship Conference at University of Toledo College of Law.

Summer 2011

  • Posted several blog posts on Business Law Prof Blog and/or Akron Law Café.
  • Presented work-in-progress, “The Silent Role of Corporate Theory in the Supreme Court’s Campaign Finance Cases,” at the Midwest Corporate Law Scholars Conference.

Spring 2011

  • Posted several blog posts on Business Law Prof Blog and/or Akron Law Café.
  • Gave CLE presentation “Citizens United and the Role of Corporations in Society” at the Stark County Bar Association 2011 Law Day Seminar.

Winter 2010-2011

  • Posted several blog posts on Business Law Prof Blog and/or Akron Law Café.
  • Presented “The Dodd-Frank Corporation: More Than a Nexus of Contracts” at the Chapman Symposium.
  • Published “Citizens United and the Nexus-of-Contracts Presumption,” Harvard Business Law Review Online (January 18, 2011), available at http://www.hblr.org/2011/01/citizens-united-and-the-nexus-of-contracts-presumption/.
  • Published “Freedom of Information Act: FCC v. AT&T,” 38 Preview 156 (Jan. 10, 2011).

Fall 2010

  • Posted several blog posts on Business Law Prof Blog and/or Akron Law Café.
  • Panelist, “Citizens United v. FEC,” co-hosted by The University of Akron School of Law and the West Virginia University School of Law and simulcast via Skype (Nov. 4, 2010).
  • Panelist for the CLE presentation “Peer-to-Peer Lending” at the 2010 Ohio Securities Conference.
  • Published “Immaterial Lies: Condoning Deceit in the Name of Securities Regulation,”61 Case W. Res. L. Rev. 143.

Summer 2010

  • Posted several blog posts on Business Law Prof Blog and/or Akron Law Café.
  • Presented “Citizens United and the Theory of the Corporation” at the Midwest Corporate Law Scholars Conference.

Spring 2010

  • Presented “How Would Rawls Teach Citizens United?” at University of Kentucky College of Law Developing Ideas Conference.

Winter 2009-2010

  • Posted several blog posts on Business Law Prof Blog and/or Akron Law Café.