NORTH ATLANTIC REGIONAL BUSINESS LAW ASSOCIATION (NARBLA)
THE NARBLA ANNUAL MEETING AT STONEHILL COLLEGE SCHEDULED FOR APRIL 10, 2021, IS CANCELLED.
THE NARBLA EXECUTIVE BOARD IS WORKING ON OTHER OPTIONS AT THIS TIME.
BE BACK TO YOU SOON.
The purpose of this regional association shall be:
to cooperate with the Academy of Legal Studies in Business (ALSB) in furthering its purposes;
to promote and encourage scholarship and superior teaching of Business Law in colleges and universities;
to foster a better understanding between college and university administrators and those engaged in teaching and research in the field of Business Law;
to develop and maintain a friendly and cooperative relationship among teachers and scholars in the field of Business Law;
to encourage and promote high ethical standards in the conduct of business;
to provide a closely knit medium for the exchange of information as to conditions in the various schools of business in this area (Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Rhode Island, and Massachusetts), and as to teaching techniques, teaching opportunities, current changes and developments in the field of law generally and business law in particular; and
to afford an opportunity for teachers of business law to meet in person at such times and places as may be deemed suitable and convenient, for social and professional purposes, and for common discussion and solution of problems of mutual interest.
BUSINESS LAW REVIEW
The Official Publication of the North Atlantic Regional Business Law Association (NARBLA) - www.narbla.org.
The Business Law Review is published once each year. Its purpose is to encourage scholarly research in Business Law and the Legal Environment of Business.
The Journal is listed in Cabell's (Management) Directory.
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