Business Ethics Seminar

JURI Number: 
5665
Credit Hours: 
2
Course Description: 

(this will be divided into 1 credit hour Fall and 1 credit hour Spring semester) Corporate scandals make the headlines, but businesses face ethical challenges every day, even in situations that are legally compliant. This course will examine ethical issues confronted by businesses in a variety of contexts, from legal activities to those on the "slippery slope" to outright corruption. Students will consider different approaches to ethical decision-making and the lawyer's role in advising business clients. This is a year-long course open to 3L students only.

Prerequisite: 
JURI 4210
Course Type: 
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