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Bayne of the school's faculty, had the brilliant idea to form a new type of law journal--a specialty journal in corporate law, which became known as The Journal of Corporation Law (JCL).
Larry has authored "Proposed ERISA Vesting Regulations: Not What They Seem To Be" in the Journal of Corporation Law (1981), which was cited by the U.
He is editor-in-chief of The International Lawyers as well as The Securities Regulation Law Journal, a member of the advisory board of Law and Business Review of the Americas and The Journal of Corporation Law.