Pre-Registration Forms

Pre-Registration Forms
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Clinic Pre-Registration (St. Louis-Based Clinics/Externships)  

January Intersession Pre-Registration  

  • Pre-registration Starts: Monday, November 2
  • Pre-registration Ends: Monday, November 9
  • Course descriptions and faculty bios: when available, Click here to view the Course Information site and click on the link below to January Intersession.
  • Pre-registration form:  [view] (when available)
  • After the pre-registration period, interested students may contact Elizabeth Walsh at

International Business (non-law course, B63-512, sec 01, 3 units. This course typically meets in the Olin Business School during the January Intersession - J.D. students are the only law students eligible to take the course. The B School typically dedicates 10 spots in the course for JD students)

  • Course description: Examination of management strategies of global businesses. We use a network approach, though not exclusively, to understand firm strategies. Business networks are linked to knowledge clusters. Discussion of rationale for going global and internal organizational architectures and models that firms use for global management. Global strategy of firms influences their external networks and how they deal with technological change. Examination of how logistics and finance relate to global business strategy. Consideration of political-economy of business and global economic crisis. The course will have case dealing with a current strategic challenge of a global corporation. The company will present a problem/case on the first class day. Concurrently with the coverage of concepts of global business, selected class periods will cover themes applicable to the case. Students will propose a strategic solution in group case presentations to company executives on the last class day, and the executives will give their final reactions in the last period.
  • JD students will receive a letter grade (i.e., A, B, etc.), and will need to earn a grade of at least C in order for the credits to transfer to their JD. Grading is based on class discussion and daily quizzes, but mostly on a take-home final exam.
  • Official final drop deadline: TBA for 2016. If there is a possibility that a student will no longer take this course they should drop by this date so that students on the waitlist can get in and change travel plans, etc.
  • Prerequisites: None for upper-level J.D. students, although some business course work or background is recommended. 3 units
  • Pre-registration form: ;[view]

January Intersession

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Please contact Elizabeth Walsh,, 314-935-5861.