Life Cycle of an M&A Deal


Law 512

3

Upper-Level

Writing Experience (WE)

Yes

No

This transition-to-practice course will strive to introduce students to a culminating event in the life of a business organization: the negotiated merger or acquisition transaction. Taking a chronological approach to the “life cycle” of one or more prototypical private company M&A deals, the course will survey the work lawyers do at each of the main stages of the transaction. The course is directed at students who are considering careers as business lawyers – whether in private practice or as in-house counsel, and whether as transactional lawyers or litigators.

Business Associations

Professional Responsibility (can be taken simultaneously, but students should have some exposure to basic ethical concepts -- especially conflicts of interest -- as the course will examine these issues).

M. Brinkley

Spring
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