Corporate Courses: Sec Reg v. Corp. Finance v. Business for Lawyers

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megagnarley
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Corporate Courses: Sec Reg v. Corp. Finance v. Business for Lawyers

Postby megagnarley » Mon Jun 22, 2015 1:45 pm

Going to be doing corporate work (mostly M&A with some securities work mixed in) post-graduation and trying to decide on classes for 3L year.

Have room in my schedule for one of Sec Reg, Corp. Finance, or Business for Lawyers.

Have already taking corporations, accounting, and M&A.

Any thoughts on what would be most beneficial here?

Thanks all.

ETA: Business for Lawyers is described as "This course will introduce law students to the basic principles and practices of contemporary business and business transactions so that they can be more effective lawyers when advising business clients. The course will focus on fundamental business concepts as well as common business transactions including venture financings, public and private debt and equity securities offerings, secured credit facilities, mergers and acquisitions and bankruptcies."

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Re: Corporate Courses: Sec Reg v. Corp. Finance v. Business for Lawyers

Postby soj » Mon Jun 22, 2015 1:53 pm

securities work --> take sec reg




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