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.