I'd like to direct this question to current law students:
Do business and commercial law courses have prerequisites back from college? Like did you have to have taken certain economics and/or undergraduate business courses in order to be able to take these business law classes in law school?
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No law school class will require non-law school prereqs. However, learn as much econ as you can in undergrad. It will help you in 100% of all of your classes.
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Nope. Occasionally, I've wished I had a little more finance/economics in my background (I have none). I've taken a few business/finance law type classes and no pre-reqs needed. People who had background in it seemed to have a much easier time with it then I did, however.