UCLA offers basic courses in Business Associations. A course in Business Associations is a foundational requirement in the Business Law Specialization. Different instructors have different emphases and may or may not branch out into aspects of securities law, the law of partnerships and limited liability companies, and other related bodies of law, as well as larger policy questions concerning the role of corporations and other forms of business organization in the modern world, but in all of UCLA’s Business Association courses the law regulating the internal governance of corporations and the rights and duties of directors, officers, and shareholders, including the Delaware General Corporations Law and the caselaw under that statute, is an essential part of the course.Please review faculty specific descriptions for additional details regarding each offering.
California Bar Examination;
Taxation & Public Finance;
Entertainment, Media and Intellectual Property Law;
Critical Race Studies;
Public Interest Law and Policy;