For UCLA School of Law students who want to practice business law, the Business Law and Policy Specializations combine instruction in relevant substantive law with in-depth skills training in drafting, deal structure, negotiation and legal analysis informed by a thorough understanding of the business client’s goals and the obstacles to their attainment. The Business Law and Policy Specializations are suitable for students interested in practicing transactional law as well as those students who desire to become business litigators. Students may choose from two specializations: Business Law (with recommended tracks for Bankruptcy and Corporate Law) and Taxation.
The Business Law and Policy Specializations offer an unparalleled opportunity for students who want to be prepared for transactional practice at the highest level. We produce lawyers who combine legal analysis with a thorough understanding of the business client’s goals and challenges and the tools necessary to meet the client’s needs. Visit the Specializations website for more information.
- Business Law
- Securities Regulation