THE 18th ANNUAL STANFORD DIRECTORS’ COLLEGE will be held at Stanford Law School from the evening of Sunday June 24 to Tuesday June 26, 2012.
Now in its eighteenth year, Directors’ College brings together leading CEOs, directors, faculty, scholars and regulators from across the country and abroad to gather on campus for a rigorous examination of corporate governance challenges, with an emphasis on practical strategies.
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.
This year’s program will feature Marc Andreessen and Ben Horowitz from Andreessen Horowitz; Patricia Russo, former CEO of Alcatel-Lucent and director at HP, GM, Merck & Co. and Alcoa; Reed Hastings, Netflix Co-founder and CEO; Louis Freeh, former FBI Director; and Chancellor Leo E. Strine, Jr., Delaware Court of Chancery.
LED BY Professor Joseph A. Grundfest ’78, Professor of Practice of Law F. Daniel Siciliano, and Vice Chairman and Chief Legal Officer of Millennium Management, Simon M. Lorne, Directors’ College, now in its eighteenth year, helps develop pragmatic best-practice advice on a range of critical boardroom issues, from Sarbanes-Oxley compliance and compensation to audit committee practices and strategic planning.
Continuing Legal Education:
CALIFORNIA LEGAL EDUCATION CREDIT: The State Bar of California has approved this program for 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