Last weekend, student members from our Columbia, NYU, and UVA Darden chapters trekked to D.C. for a weekend immersed in public policy.
On Thursday April 13th, several of Smith Soc's Boston-area chapters and members - the Boston professional chapter, the MIT Sloan chapter, and the affiliated students at Harvard Business School - welcomed former New York City Police Commissioner Ray Kelly.
Partially lost in the glare of last week's election results was the successful performance of a number of marijuana-related ballot initiatives.
On Thursday evening in San Francisco's Financial District, The Adam Smith Society's professional chapters closed out a busy opening month to a fall season packed with events. The San Francisco Professional Chapter welcomed Katie Biber Chen, the general counsel of sharing economy rising star Thumbtack.
The Adam Smith Society held its fourth National Meeting on Friday February 19th and Saturday February 20th in New York City. Members from every chapter were in attendance as members were treated to a full program of lectures, disucssions, forums, breakout networking sessions, and the annual trivia competitition.
The Adam Smith Society Chapter at the University of Virginia Darden School of Business co-sponsored, along with the UVA chapter of the Federalist Society, a panel discussion on tax law and tax reform entitled, “Tax Reform Alternatives for the 21st Century”. The participants were Rep. Bob Woodall (GA-7) of the U.S.
Former New York City Police Commissioner Ray Kelly met with members of the Columbia and NYC Professional Chapters to discuss his book, Vigilance: My Life Serving America and Protecting Its Empire City. The discussion component of the event was moderated by Alison Mangiero, Director of Outreach for the Adam Smith Society.
Smith Soc's new chapter at the Duke University Fuqua School of Business welcomed Manhattan Institute Fellow James Copland for a talk on November 20. He is a senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute and Director of Legal Policy. The event makered the beginning of the Duke Fuqua chapter's succsesful first year.