BU Law professor Tamar Frankel is considered the intellectual godmother of the fiduciary rule.
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Faculty, students, and guests gathered to examine Lawson’s interpretation of the fiduciary role of the US Constitution.
Frankel speaks with Kenneth Durr for the Virtual Museum and Archive of the History of Financial Regulation in an installment of the Society’s oral histories series.
A Great Power of Attorney: Understanding the Fiduciary Constitution, co-written with Guy Seidman, interprets how the Constitution grants limited powers to national government.
Professor Tamar Frankel recently traveled to Japan to give a talk at the opening of the Museum of Trust, in Tokyo, Japan.