Professor Palmiter is William T. Wilson, III, Presidential Chair for Business Law. He’s got a national and international reputation as a scholar-teacher on corporate/securities law. His primary interest is the “sustainable corporation,” with a focus on the implications of ESG investing and the importance of collaboration, friendship, teaching/learning, and love in the corporation. His articles have been selected seven times as among the best corporate/ securities law articles of the year. He has organized symposia on the corporation’s importance to the environment, for society, and in politics. Before joining the Wake Forest faculty in 1986, he practiced law at Cleary, Gottlieb, Steen & Hamilton-Washington, DC. He was born in India, grew up in Bolivia, and went to high school in Toledo, Ohio.