940 Business Methods for Lawyers - §014, Spring 2014

Categories: Business, Corporate, Commercial Law Law Practice Skills

Instructor(s) Harvey, Cori

Increasingly, lawyers are called upon to use business and economic tools to analyze legal problems in all areas of practice (incl. business law, family law, civil litigation, government & policy work, among others). This course will offer introductory modules of accounting, finance, microeconomics, and law & economics.

Prerequisites: none. However, this course should not be taken by students with previous training in business, economics, or finance.

Grading: Written exercises and small graded assessments after each module; no final exam.

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