JD: Business Law Concentration

Business Law Concentration requirements* (18 credits)

Required Core Courses
LAW 326Business Planning3
LAW 363Federal Income Taxation3
LAW 436Securities Regulation3
LAW 442Taxation of Business Enterprises4
The following courses are relevant to this concentration and are required for all law students. These courses do not count toward the 18 credits needed for the concentration:
Contracts I
Contracts II
Business Associations
Secured Transactions
Elective Courses
Choose five credits from the following electives: 5
Financial Statement Analysis
Corporate Reorganization
Banking Law and Regulation
Corporate Finance
Debtor/Creditor Law
Corporate Compliance and Ethics Programs
Health Care Insurance Law
Health Information Privacy
International Business Contracting
Health Care Organizations
Mergers and Acquisitions
Bankruptcy Legal Clinic
Patent Law
Bankruptcy Legal Clinic Classroom Component
Sports Law
Selected Research Topics
Trademarks and Unfair Competition
International Aspects of U.S. Income Tax
Law and Economics
Total Credits18

Substantial Project: Students are required to complete a substantial project.  This requirement may be met by satisfactory completion of any one of the courses that include such a project (please check with the concentration advisor) and completion of any additional requirements set forth by the course professor for the project.  Students should notify the professor and the concentration advisor at the beginning of the semester of their desire to satisfy the project requirement by taking the course.