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Law & Business Specialization

The Law and Business specialization offers business students a more complete understanding of the legal implications of business transactions and the opportunity to serve their business clients more fully.  An understanding of the ways in which the law affects business relationships and should affect decisions made by manager and directors is a critical to success in today’s complex regulatory environment. Courses are offered at both Stern and the Law School and often enroll students from both programs. Joint degree programs in law and business are more than most students need, but a core of courses that permit law and business students to learn essential aspects of each other’s fields enrich professional education for both business and law students.
 

Academic Advisors: Professor William T. Allen, 212-998-0322 and Professor Rachel Kowal, 212-998-0053

 

Course List

BSPA-GB.2120 Entertainment Law
BSPA-GB.2122 Business and the Governance of Cyberspace
BSPA-GB.2128 Law and Business of Regulation
BSPA-GB.2314 Business Law for Managers
BSPA-GB.2331 Law, Business and Human Rights
BSPA-GB.2340 The Law and Business of Social Enterprise
BSPA-GB.3101 Ethical & Legal Challenges of the Modern Corporation
ECON-GB.2190 Global Perspectives on Enterprise Systems
ECON-GB.2195 Advanced Global Perspectives
ECON-GB.2330 Economic and Business History of the US
ECON-GB.2345 The Business of Social and Other Networks
ECON-GB.3182 Law & Economic of Municipal Governance
ECON-GB.3345 Money and Modern Capitalism: Law and Business
FINC-GB.2134 Law and Business of Bitcoin
FINC-GB.2304 Restructuring Firms and Industries
FINC-GB.3196 Mergers and Acquisitions
FINC-GB.3198 Bankruptcy and Reorganization
FINC-GB.3199 Case Studies in Bankruptcy & Reorganization
FINC-GB.3345 Law and Business of Corporate Transactions
FINC-GB.3346 Legal Foundations of Applied Finance
FINC-GB.3353 Law and Management of Financial Services Businesses
FINC-GB.3354 Investing in Microfinance
FINC-GB.3398 Advanced Corporate Bankruptcy and Reorganization
FINC-GB.3399 Law & Business of Bankruptcy and Reorganization
INTA-GB.2356 Corporate Political Engagement
INTA-GB.3125 Governance of Public/Private Sectors
INTA-GB.3344 Fashion Law and Business
INTA-GB.3362 Corporate Turnarounds and Leadership
MGMT-GB.2160 Advanced Topics in Negotiation
MGMT-GB.2161 Negotiating Complex Transactions with Executives and Lawyers
MGMT-GB.3318 Corporate Governance: Law & Business

Students may take one of the below courses at the Law School:

LAW-LW.10322 Survey of Securities Regulation
LAW-LW.10342 Rule of Law
LAW-LW.10409 Corporate Tax I & II
LAW-LW.10483 Securities Regulations: Offerings, Registration, Exemptions & Disclosure
LAW-LW.10644 Corporations
LAW-LW.10797 Health Law
LAW-LW.10853 Economic Analysis of Law
LAW-LW.10976 Tax Treaties
LAW-LW.11216 Corporate Bonds and Credit Agreements
LAW-LW.11460 Bankruptcy
LAW-LW.11550 Banking Law and Regulation
LAW-LW.11521 Internet Contracts
LAW-LW.11652 Venture Capital
LAW-LW.12076 A Study of Cross-Border Insolvency Cases and Relevant Law
LAW-LW.12182 International Investment Law and Arbitration
LAW-LW.12185 A Study of "Mega" Bankruptcy Cases
LAW-LW.12272 Compliance and Risk Management for Attorneys

LAW-LW.12332 Oil and Gas Tax
LAW-LW.12338 Comparative Company Law
LAW-LW.12339 Comparative Contact Law
L03.0030 Economics and the Politics of European Integration
L03.3505 Developing Issues in Financial Reporting
L05.3016 International Economic Transactions: International Investment & Finance
L05.3017 International Economic Transactions: International Trade
L05.3049 International and Regional Trade Law: The Law of the WTO
L11.3502 Employee Involvement in Corporate Restructuring

For more information on classes cross-listed with the NYU School of Law, please check the Center for Law & Business website.




For course descriptions, please see the Office of Records & Registration website.