Courses

Business and transactional law courses fall within two general categories:

  • Core Courses
  • Advanced Courses

 

All students interested in business and transactional law should try to take all of the Core Courses. Students with a specific area of interest should choose advanced courses in that area. Other students should choose broadly to help develop an interest in a particular area. Students should talk regularly with faculty members and business and transactional law professionals about their course of study to help fashion the best possible class schedule.

NOTE: Not all of the following courses fulfill the requirements for the certificates.

Core Courses

  • Business Associations
  • Contracts I
  • Contracts II
  • Law and Accounting
  • Negotiation
  • Taxation of Individual Income

Advanced Courses

  • Advanced Oil and Gas Law
  • Antitrust
  • Arbitration
  • Art Law
  • Clinic Internship/Transactional
  • Debtor/Creditor Relations
  • Decedents' Estates and Trusts, and Future Interests
  • Directed Internship/Transactional
  • Drafting Contacts and Conveyances
  • Employment Discrimination
  • Employment Law
  • Energy Regulation
  • Evolution of a Business Transaction
  • Financial Institution Regulation
  • Health Care Law and Policy
  • Insurance
  • Intellectual Property
  • International Business Transactions
  • Law and Accounting
  • Law and Economics
  • Law Practice Management
  • Negotiation
  • Oil and Gas Law
  • Patent Law
  • Payment Systems
  • Real Estate Transactions
  • Secured Transactions
  • Securities Regulation
  • Sports and the Law
  • Tax Policy Seminar
  • Taxation of Business Enterprises
  • Taxation of Gratuitous Transfers, Estates, and Trusts
  • Taxation of Individual Income
  • Transactional Drafting
  • Water Rights
  • Workers' Compensation
  • Writing for Law Practice
Certificates
Learn more about the certificates available as part of the Business and Transactional Law Center curriculum.