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Commercial Law

Students interested in commercial litigation or business law should consider a focus in Commercial Law. The wide range of Commercial Law courses examine contracts, payment systems, and financing for the sale of goods, as well as the legal issues surrounding mortgage banking and small business matters. Students pursuing this focus area develop the skills to manage commercial transactions in a business setting and learn about the increasingly complex regulatory environment.

Interested in Commercial Law? Consider the Investor Advocacy Clinic, which provides representation and advice to investors who suffer losses due to misconduct.

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Courses Credits
Analytical Methods for Lawyers-Corporate Finance 1
Business Enterprises 4
Business, Securities and Tax Planning 2
Closely- Held Business: Shareholder and Member Disputes 2
Contract Drafting 3
Contract Negotiation 1
Contract Theory Seminar 2
Corporate Finance 3
Corporate Income Taxation 3
Corporate Law and Policy Seminar 2
International Business Transactions 3
International Commercial Arbitration 3
International Sale of Goods 2
Journal of Business and Securities Law 1
Mortgage Banking Law 2
Mortgages 2
Payment Systems 3
Problem-solving in Contracts 1
Sales and Leases 3
Secured Transactions 2
Secured Transactions and Practice 3
Securities Regulation I 3
Small Business and Nonprofit Law Clinic I 3
Small Business and Nonprofit Law Clinic II 3
Topics in Commercial Transactions 0




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