The Emory Corporate Governance and Accountability Review ('ECGAR') could not let this election cycle slip by without a substantive discussion of at least some of the issues that may be important to Americans, those who will serve as legislators, and the ranks of the new administration. The word 'accountability' in our review's name provides, where necessary, a broad mandate to discuss issues of public importance (although some of these issues may relate to corporations only tangentially). Discussions of the environment, global warming, labor and employment, and (by some accounts) our broken healthcare system are within the essays published here. This dialogue is merely the start of a larger conversation. Still, this Issue is the largest single Issue of any law review published by Emory University School of Law since its founding exactly a century ago.
Reuben Guttman & Paul J. Zwier,
The New World of Electoral Politics and What It Means: An Introductory Essay,
Emory L. J.
Available at: https://scholarlycommons.law.emory.edu/ecgar/vol4/iss0/1