Boston University Law Review

Volume 91 Number 3 - May 2011

CONTENTS

SYMPOSIUM

THE ROLE OF FIDUCIARY LAW AND TRUST IN THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY: A CONFERENCE INSPIRED BY THE WORK OF TAMAR FRANKEL

 

Editors' Foreword
Page 833

PANEL I: THE NATURE OF FIDUCIARY LAW AND ITS RELATIONSHIP TO OTHER LEGAL DOCTRINES AND CATEGORIES

Fiduciary Law: Why Now?  Amending the Law School Curriculum
Rafael Chodos
Page 837

Causation in the Fiduciary Realm
Deborah A. DeMott
Page 851

Who Are the Beneficiaries of Fisk University’s Stieglitz Collection?
Alan L. Feld
Page 873

Fencing Fiduciary Duties
Larry E. Ribstein
Page 899

Fiduciary Law’s “Holy Grail”: Reconciling Theory and Practice in Fiduciary Jurisprudence
Leonard I. Rotman
Page 921

PANEL II: AN INTERDISCIPLINARY VIEW OF FIDUCIARY LAW

“As if.”  Accountability and Counterfactual Trust
Joshua Getzler
Page 973

Fiduciary Relations and the Nature of Trust
Richard Holton
Page 991

Psychological Perspectives on the Fiduciary Business
Donald C. Langevoort
Page 995

Trust and Fiduciary Duty in the Early Common Law
David J. Seipp
Page 1011

The Economic Structure of Fiduciary Law
Robert H. Sitkoff
Page 1039

PANEL III: CURRENT ISSUES IN FIDUCIARY LAW

SEC v. Capital Gains Research Bureau and the Investment Advisers Act of 1940
Arthur B. Laby
Page 1051

Insider Trading, Congressional Officials, and Duties of Entrustment
Donna M. Nagy
Page 1105

Governance, Accountability, and Trust: A Comment on the Work of Tamar Frankel
James E. Post
Page 1165

The Puzzle of Independent Directors: New Learning
Frederick Tung
Page 1175

Fiduciary Duty and the Public Interest
Cheryl L. Wade
Page 1191

Executive Pay Lessons from Private Equity
David L. Walker
Page 1209

PANEL IV: PUBLIC SERVANTS AND PRIVATE FIDUCIARIES

Parents: Trusted but not Trustees or (Foster) Parents as Fiduciaries
Margaret F. Brinig
Page 1231

Fiduciary Law’s Lessons for Deliberative Democracy
David L. Ponet & Ethan J. Leib
Page 1249

Why Not a CEO Term Limit?
Charles K. Whitehead
Page 1263

ESSAY

Fiduciary Law in the Twenty-First Century
Tamar Frankel
Page 1289