This year, Emory University School of Law celebrates its Centennial Year. As Emory Law celebrates a century of advancing the rule of law it also celebrates one hundred years of advancing society. Indeed, the two primary engines of societal progress are the laws that protect humanity and the innovations that enhance it as a whole. Yet, innovation and law are often at odds due to the nature of these concepts. This Issue of ECGAR provided specific examples of how regulations stifle innovation. Although finding the perfect balance between the blistering speed of innovation and the slow advance of law may be difficult, an administrative state that answers innovation with only more regulation can provide no answer at all.
Nicholas Torres & Forrest Lind III,
Emory Corp. Governance & Accountability Rev.
Available at: https://scholarlycommons.law.emory.edu/ecgar/vol4/iss2/10