Course Description

LAWS 6271
Deals Lab
General Description:
Provides an umbrella for several advanced business law sections, each of which provides an intensive intellectual experience for law students by requiring them to connect deep concepts and knowledge from basic business courses to complex transactional environments. Students are required to solve client problems and negotiate transactions in the face of intricate and conflicting legal regimes that sprawl across doctrinal fields. Examples of specific offerings include Advanced Venture Capital; Advanced Securities Offerings; Advanced Securities Regulation (Investment Funds, Intermediaries, and Markets); and Advanced Mergers & Acquisitions. Because these are advanced courses, students must first take the relevant introductory substantive course (e.g., Venture Capital or Mergers & Acquisitions or Securities Regulation).

Select Term:



LAWS 6271-001

Instructor(s): Carlos Cruz-Abrams

Credits: 2

Meeting Times & Locations:
   Wed   3:00 PM - 4:40 PM   WLAW 306