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.
- Business Organizations
- Income Tax
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
- Business Planning*
- Business Succession Planning*
- Cannabis Law
- Closely Held Businesses
- Comparative Corporate Law
- Copyright Law
- Corporate Finance for Closely Held Businesses
- Corporate Social Responsibility
- Elder Law
- Elder Law Clinic*
- Employment Law
- Entertainment Law
- Environmental Law
- Estate Planning*
- Federal Income Tax Simulation*
- Gaming Law
- Intellectual Property
- International Business Transactions
- Labor & Employment
- Land Use Planning
- Landlord & Tenant
- Legal Aspects of Entrepreneurship
- Negotiation, Mediation & Arbitration
- Probate Court Practice
- Real Estate Practicum*
- Small Business Clinic*
- Trademark Law
- Transactional Lawyering Seminar
- 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.
Please go to course descriptions to view all course descriptions and offerings.
*Note: Some courses will not be offered every Academic Year.