There are many opportunities to develop a deeper understanding of various areas of law. Our professors are passionate about sharing the most fascinating aspects of their areas of expertise with students in the classroom. Programs, courses, journals, and student groups round out the learning experience for students, giving students freedom to explore their interests and refine their skills.
Business lawyers handle a wide range of legal issues for corporations, including transactional, governance, litigation, and regulatory work. Nearly all of our students choose to take the Business Associations course to develop a basic understanding of the legal system under which corporations operate.
From issues arising at multibillion-dollar corporations to small businesses to nonprofit organizations, Ohio State offers numerous courses covering a range of issues related to corporate structure and governance, securities regulation and public offerings, corporate takeovers and mergers, foreign investment, corporate finance, and other challenges.
Moritz students also have the opportunity to earn a combination J.D.-M.B.A. degree. Students accepted in both programs split course work between the Moritz College of Law and the Fisher College of Business at Ohio State. The integrated program broadens career perspectives and prepares graduates contemplating professional roles requiring leadership, legal expertise, and a business management perspective.
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Programs & Other Opportunities
- Business Law Society
- Capstone Courses
- Distinguished Practitioners in Residence
- Law, Finance and Governance
- Ohio State Business Law Journal
- Stepping outside her comfort zone: How one New York native made Columbus home
- Inside the boardroom
- More than 100 businesses benefit from Entrepreneurial Business Law Clinic
- On brand lawyering
- Alumnus pursues passion for international work as corporate law attorney
- Alumnus seeks to provide tools to help farmers feed the world