601:638. Corporate Law-Advanced Topics (3) WI
Prerequisite: Business Organizations
LE = 20
This course is designed for students who seek a more advanced understanding of corporate law concepts and debates than can be provided in the introductory Business Organizations course. The course will cover core topics in corporate law theory, such as the theory of the firm and capital markets, legal characteristics of the corporation, the production and structure of corporate laws, financing the corporation, internal governance structures, and external governance structures. Students will be required to prepare two short discussion papers and a final longer paper due toward the end of the semester. Students will also present their final papers in class. This course has no exam.