JUNE 19-21, 2011 at Stanford Law School
DIRECTORS’ COLLEGE is the nation’s premier executive education program for directors and senior executives of publicly traded firms. Now in its 17th year, Stanford Law School Directors’ College brings together leading CEOs, directors, jurists, scholars, and regulators for a rigorous and balanced examination of corporate governance, strategy and compliance. Directors’ College is an intensive two-day program for directors and senior executives of publicly traded firms. This curriculum addresses a broad range of problems that confront modern boards, including the board’s role in setting business strategy, executive compensation, techniques for controlling legal liability, the challenge posed by activist investors, and dramatic new changes in the rules governing the election of corporate directors. The program is designed to generate practical “takeaway” pointers that can be responsibly applied to a broad range of boardroom concerns.
For complete 2010 session descriptions and confirmed speakers, please refer to the pages index in the right-hand navigation bar.
CALIFORNIA LEGAL EDUCATION CREDIT: California Legal Education Credit: The State Bar of California has approved this program for twelve hours of MCLE credit. Certification from other states may be sought; however, approved hours may vary. Contact your local bar for more information.
For assistance with registration or other questions about the program, please contact:
The Arthur and Toni Rembe Rock Center for Corporate Governance