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Entrepreneurship Legal Practicum

Course Number: LAW 6930 Credits: 3

The Entrepreneurship Legal Practicum (ELP) is comprised of a classroom session component and an experiential component (Practicum). Through a combination of lectures, discussion, and simulations, the course will expose you to some of the essential concepts and skills that transactional lawyers should understand and possess. It is not meant to teach you the substantive law that you will need to know for the Practicum. The list of prerequisite courses ensures that you have an adequate foundation. You will research the relevant specific substantive law in the Practicum portion of the course (the same way that you would in practice).