J.D. 2002, Columbia Law School; M.A. 1997, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; B.S. 1994, Washington University, St. Louis
- Business Enterprises
(Formerly DCL 409) This course discusses issues relevant to the laws of agency, partnerships, sole proprietorships and closely held corporations.
- Corporate Finance
(Formerly DCL 380) In Corporate Finance the principles of accounting and valuation and the basic financial environment of closely held companies and public companies will be examined. Building on this foundation, the fundamental issues surrounding common stock, preferred stock and debt will be analyzed. Finally, all these fundamentals will be applied in examining financial issues with mergers and acquisitions and tender offers and in understanding how "deals" are done. Students who have not taken Business Enterprises are permitted to enroll in this course if they are simultaneously enrolled in Business Enterprises.