*Colloquium on Contemporary Issues in Law and Business (21502). 2 units. This course will bring leading members of the corporate bar, business, and investment communities, judges, and regulators, to the Law School to discuss emerging practice and regulatory issues, as well as scholars from other institutions to present their ongoing research on corporate governance and finance. An aim of the colloquium will be to provide a realistic sense of the varieties of business law practice and careers in business. Weekly short papers required during the term; writing will not qualify for Substantial Paper or Supervised Analytic Writing credit. Prerequisite: Business Organizations. Enrollment limited to seventeen. R. Romano.
Course Bidding: In addition to ranking this course among limited enrollment bids, interested students should submit a CV by 4:30 p.m. on December 10. Submitting a bid for this course constitutes authorization for the Registrar’s Office to release a copy of the student’s YLS transcript to the instructor.