Levin College of Law
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International Corporate Law

Course Number: LAW 6930 Credits: 2

The purpose of this course is to give law students interested in the practice of international corporate law the opportunity to learn and apply the skills used in real world scenarios.  After learning about specific key areas of international corporate law, they will apply their skills to draft client letters, contractual agreements, legal opinion letters, and more.  The goal is to equip them to practice in real situations with the skills they are learning in real situations.  In addition to learning how to create, test, learn, and apply, students will always be taught with the “why” in mind.