LLM with Certificate in Business and Corporate Law

To complete a concentration in business law, you must complete at least 9 credit hours from the following courses. Note that some courses may require prerequisites and that not all courses are offered every academic year. Corporations and Contracts are recommended for students with no prior coursework in business law.  

Corporations

Securities Regulation

Bankruptcy

Commercial Law

UCC: Article 2

International Taxation

Antitrust Law & Economics

Business Acquisitions Law

Business Lawyering: Listening, Drafting & Negotiating

Business Planning & Transaction Practice

Chapter 11 Strategies for the Business Lawyer

Corporate Boards & Governance

Corporate Finance

Common Regulatory Pitfalls in International Business

Corporate Planning, Drafting & Negotiation

Corporate Taxation

Corporate & White Collar Crime

Comparative Business Negotiation

Financial Accounting for Lawyers

Financial Literacy & Basic Financial Concepts

The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act

Fundamentals of M&A Transactions

Information Privacy Law

International Business Transactions

International Commercial Arbitration

IP Litigation & Arbitration

Organization & Regulation of the Healthcare Enterprise

Partnership Taxation

Private Equity Transactions

Problems in Corporate Law

Real Estate Practice: Negotiation and Drafting

Real Estate Transactions

Securities Litigation and Arbitration

State Securities Regulation, Investigation & Examination