Law 794: Advanced Legal Writing - Transactional Writing
Through a series of transaction related assignments, students will learn to research, analyze, and write legal documents that govern future behavior. Students will perform tasks commonly required of attorneys performing transactional work, including drafting corporate resolutions, forming corporate entities, and completing due diligence research. Students will also negotiate the terms of a deal and draft an Asset Purchase Agreement or Stock Purchase Agreement.
Sequence and Prerequisites: Contracts and Legal Writing and Analysis are prerequisites.
Evaluation: Students will be evaluated on a series of written assignments and a final transactional document project. In order to be eligible for an upper level writing certification, student must successfully complete the course with a grade of a C or higher, as per the requirements in the Academic Policy Handbook.
Course Classification: Simulation (experiential)
Categories: Research and Writing / Upper-Level