This course is designed to acquaint lawyers with the vocabulary of accounting and finance and to offer an opportunity to consider some of the basic problems that arise in many everyday settings, both business and otherwise. The goal is not to train lawyers as accountants or financial analysts, but to enable the lawyer to operate more effectively as a professional when issues of accounting or finance arise.
|Course Format||Lecture within class problems|
|Type of Exam||Multiple choice|
|Basis for grading||Final Exam|
This course is recommended for all students without any business background, Esp. for those who will take Fed. Tax, Corporations, U.C.C. and Securities Law courses