On Wednesday, September 5, the University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law community will have the opportunity to look inside current businesses and economic centers to better understand how business coexists with regulation. Thanks to Kaufmann: The Foundation of Entrepreneurship, the Federalist Society presents a Law and Growth panel discussion designed to provide an expert view on the relationship between business, regulations and the consumer.
Join the Federalist Society on September 5 at 12:30 p.m. in room 106 for lunch and a panel discussion on this subject. In the words of Associate Dean for Academic Affairs Christian Johnson, “These types of panels open a window for students into the dynamic relationships between business and law.”
The panelists, who will provide a range of perspectives, include Tim Burton, legal counsel for Skull Candy; Lew Cramer, President of the World Trade Center Utah; and Jeff Schwartz, a new member of the College of Law faculty.