Contemporary Issues in Business Law

JURI Number: 
4365
Credit Hours: 
2
Course Description: 

This seminar examines contemporary issues that are prevalent in the regulation of business organizations and activities. At the beginning of the semester, each student registered for the class will select a research topic from a menu of choices provided by the course instructor. The student will then meet with the course instructor to discuss research plans and schedule a time for an in-class presentation of the topic. Each student is required to submit a presentation outline before his or her presentation, and a final paper on the chosen topic at the end of the semester.

Prerequisite: 
JURI 4210 and/or an undergraduate degree in business, economics, or finance
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