The course is intended to introduce law students to essential principles of accounting, financial statement analysis, finance, business valuation, the economics of the firm, financial instruments, capital markets, and corporate transactions.
This course is not open to students who majored in business, have a business background, are JD/MBA candidates, or who have taken Financial Information (LAW 260). Students who take Business Essentials will be precluded from taking Financial Information (LAW 260) in the future.
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Other professional skills needed for competent and ethical participation as a member of the legal profession