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Business Law Fellows
The Business Law Fellows program offers small class sizes for business law and business ethics courses and, in its co-curricular activities, focuses on the value which laws can add to business operations and transactions. In addition, the program prepares students for successful law school applicationand performance while providing timely preliminary orientation to the various careers available for graduates from law schools.
The faculty champion for this program is Brian Nelson.
Curriculum –1 year program
· BMGT 380F (Business Law I) Fall
· BMGT 496F (Business, Ethics and Society) Spring
NOTE:Business Law Fellows is a two-courseprogram with dedicated Fellowssections, beginning with BMGT 380 in the fall of the Fellow’s junior year. Ideally, thetwocourses should be taken asa cohort,i.e.: all of the Fellows admitted in the same year will take courses together. However, in order to make it possible for Business Law Fellows to study abroad, students studying abroad in the spring of their junior year will be allowed to enroll in any section of BMGT 496 upon their return. Of course, students studying abroad will miss out on co-curricular activities during their absence.
Co-curricular Activities & Events
(students are required to attend two activities/events per semester)
· On-campus day-long workshop on intellectual property rights.
· On campus day-long workshop on mergers & acquisitions (or other “structured transactions” of interest to fellows, such as loan agreements or joint ventures).
· On-campus dinners with speakers from business, law firms and state/federal/foreign governments (including topics such as recent regulatory developments).
· Field trips to firms where legal arrangements are central to their operations (e.g., private equity firms, hedge funds, angel investors/venture capitalists, investment and commercial banks, rating agencies, government contractors, IMF, World Bank, etc.)
· On-Campus workshop on Law School Admissions
Fellows Application Eligibility
· Must be a Business Major (any major).
· Sophomores & Juniors (advanced-standing rising sophomore with 53 credits completed by Fall 2013 will be considered).
· Minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA preferred.
· Cover Letter with resume–introducing yourself and explaining your interest in the Business Law Fellows Program.