BLS 1 Law and Commerce.

Examines legal theory, history, and institutions as they relate to American culture, society and business. Focuses on why and how "American law" developed, how and why it is applied, how and why the law is evolving, and how and why it impacts commerce. Applies legal principles to analyze, identify and solve legal problems arising in common business activity. Emphasizes in-depth study of legal rules, rationale, and application in substantive areas of law and commerce. Acquaints potential law students with legal thinking and application in substantive areas of law and commerce. Acquaints potential law students with legal thinking and concepts.

1. BLS 342 Legal Environment of Business (3); and

2. BLS 442 Business Associations and Commercial Law (3); and

3. ECO 385 Government and Business (3), or
BLS 437 Cyberlaw (3), or
BLS 443 Property Law (3), or
BLS 462 Estates, Wills, and Trusts (3), or
BLS 464 International Business Law (3), or
MGT 402 Employment Law (3)

Note: Not open to majors in business.

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