Marc Moore, Global Distinguished Professor of Law at the Notre Dame London Law Programme, recently published a new book, “A Research Agenda for Corporate Law” (2023, Edward Elgar), which he co-edited with Professor Christopher Bruner from the University of Georgia School of Law.
Bruner and Moore’s book explores significant dynamics that could shape the future evolution of corporate law and examines provocative and cutting-edge developments to identify new directions for scholarly inquiry. The book brings together a diverse group of scholars to evaluate doctrinal and normative issues in corporate law from various contextual and interdisciplinary viewpoints.
Moore, also a Professor of Law and holder of the Chair in Corporate/Financial law at University College London, has previously worked at the University of Cambridge and the University of Bristol. He also wrote “Corporate Governance in the Shadow of the State” (2013, Hart) and co-wrote “Corporate Governance: Law, Regulation and Theory” (2017, Palgrave), and is an advisor to the Astana International Financial Centre (AIFC) Court in Kazakhstan.
Moore teaches Business Associations at Notre Dame London and Comparative Corporate Governance at Notre Dame’s main campus.