The Business Law and Narrative Symposium, held at Michigan State University on September 10-11, 2009, brought together nationally known legal scholars, and scholars from other disciplines, to discuss whether and how the institution of the corporation was embedded in social narratives, public stories. This introductory essay reviews the responses of these scholars to the thesis of Kuykendall's article, No Imagination: The Marginal Role of Narrative in Corporate Law. The authors conclude with a hope that corporate law might offer a more literary sensibility by which to make our lives in global capitalism more comprehensible.
Michigan State Law Review
Mae Kuykendall & David A. Westbrook,
Introduction: Unsettling Questions, Disquieting Stories,
Mich. St. L. Rev.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.law.buffalo.edu/articles/614