Robert Rosen is Professor of Law, University of Miami. He holds his A.B. and J.D. from Harvard University, and an M.A. and Ph.D. in Sociology from Berkeley. He has been a research fellow on the legal profession at Harvard and Stanford and has published numerous articles and book chapters on corporate governance, sociology of organizations, the multiple roles of lawyers, and legal ethics.
The recognized social-policy study of the disparate roles corporate lawyers play in representing and advising their institutional clients. Long passed around and cited by scholars and lawyers as an unpublished manuscript, the book explores the choices lawyers and executives make about how they are involved in corporate decisions. It is accessible to a wide audience and includes inside interviews.