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Are there any solid M&A supplements out there for law students? I'm struggling to learn and apply the terminology with the content (investopedia has been my best friend). We just wrapped up Asset deals and I am still completely lost.
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I'm a first year associate and would also like some help.
Welcome to the world of not knowing wtf your doing.
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One supplement that is good is Mergers and Acquisitions by Bainbridge. Another is Understanding Corporate Law. Hope these help!
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I found the Latham Book of Jargon really helpful over the summer for learning what all the terms people were throwing around meant. I guess there's an app now but I just used the site.https://www.lw.com/bookofjargon-apps
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Try the Art of M&A. Decent reference book.
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