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USC Gould School of Law

Business Organizations     LAW-603

This introductory course examines the legal organizations most often used by businesses in the United States, with an emphasis on corporations, and the laws governing these organizations. It also provides a foundation for advanced business-law courses, such as Mergers and Acquisitions and Securities Regulation. The goal of this course is to help you develop a basic understanding of the theory, doctrine, and practice of business law, and, ultimately, to help you further develop the analytical and professional skills necessary to a practicing attorney.

Units 3, 4, 5
Grading Options Varies with Professor
Exam Type In-class Exam
Writing Requirement No
Skills/Experiential Requirement No

Grading Options: vary with the professor

Note: Business Organizations (LAW 603) is a mandatory course for the Business Law Certificate and is a prerequisite or co-requisite for many other business law courses

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