269 Basic Finance for Lawyers (2)
Discussion - 2 hours. Students with a non-law basic finance course are not admitted except with instructor's permission. In this course, we study basic techniques of analysis that are part of the core curriculum in a good business school. The purpose is to give you background necessary for understanding and advising your clients and for understanding other business-related law school courses. Students are welcome to take it in either their second or their third year, but it should be especially helpful to students just beginning their second year who have the bulk of the business curriculum still ahead of them. It is assumed that students will have taken a high-school algebra class, but will perhaps have forgotten what they learned there. Weekly problem sheets, a midterm and a final.
Final Assessment: Exam
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