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- Law and Business

Law and business include compliance and enforcement, corporate and commercial law, international business law, intellectual property and innovation, labor and employment law, social entrepreneurship, and taxation.

Lawyers practicing in business-related areas - corporate, business, and transactional law, real estate, tax, business litigation, many areas of government regulation, and aspects of nonprofit representation – need to acquire skills in three areas: basic analytics (accounting, finance, economics), an appreciation of transactions, and relevant fields of law.

In the global economy, the complex relationships between corporate boards, management, entrepreneurs, investors, and other stakeholders create a dynamic legal environment for both private and public companies. This area requires lawyers who are agile consultants, knowledgeable strategists, skilled dealmakers and creative problem solvers.


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