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Transactional Law Practice Concentration

A concentration in Transactional Law Practice will provide students with specialized knowledge of legal procedures related to the regulation of businesses, corporations, and organizations while developing the essential skills of a transactional lawyer.

Required Courses

  • Business Organizations
  • Contracts
  • Income Tax I
  • Property


In addition to completing the foundational courses, students are required to take 16 credits of coursework  from the courses listed below.  One course must be a skills course.  

  • Accounting for Lawyers
  • Advanced Torts: Business Torts
  • Bankruptcy
  • Business Planning*
  • Business Succession Planning*
  • Cannabis Law
  • Closely-Held Businesses
  • Comparative Corporate Law
  • Contract Drafting
  • Conveyancing
  • Copyright Law
  • Corporate Social Responsibility
  • Corporate Tax
  • Elder Law
  • Elder Law Clinic*
  • Environmental Law
  • Estate Planning*
  • Estate & Gift Tax
  • Federal Income Tax Simulation*
  • Gaming Law
  • Income Tax II
  • Intellectual Property
  • International Business Transactions
  • Labor & Employment
  • Land Finance & Transfer
  • Land Use Planning
  • Landlord & Tenant
  • Legal Aspects of Entrepreneurship
  • Negotiation, Mediation & Arbitration
  • Negotiation Moot Court*
  • Non-Profit Law
  • Patent Law
  • Probate Ct. Practice
  • Real Estate Finance
  • Real Estate Practicum*
  • Sales
  • Secured Transactions
  • Small Business Clinic*
  • Trademark Law
  • Transactional Lawyering
  • Transactional Moot Court*
  • Trusts & Estates
  • UCC Survey

* Denotes a skills course

The Associate Dean may also permit externships, independent studies, and LL.M courses to count toward concentration requirements upon petition of a student in advance.

Concentration Request Form

Please go to course descriptions to view all course descriptions and offerings.

*Note: Some courses will not be offered every Academic Year.