Specialized Legal Research in Corporate Law (21489). 1 unit, credit/fail. This course will introduce students to legal research, focused on corporate law research in a law firm setting. Secondary sources and research techniques specific to the practice of corporate law will be covered. Research topics may include transactional legal research, current awareness, form finding and document construction, corporate and non-profit governance, practitioner’s tools, business and market research, competitive intelligence, financial analysis, regulatory research, and other relevant areas based on student interest. Students will be required to complete a series of in-class assignments. The course will meet once weekly for the first half of the term. The skills requirement may be satisfied by taking this course with another 1-unit legal research course. Minimum enrollment of five. J. Eiseman and M. VanderHeijden.