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Corporate Law and Financial Regulation

In the global economy, the complex relationships among boards, banks, investors, management, and other stakeholders create a shifting legal landscape for businesses—which demands lawyers who are agile advisers, strategists, dealmakers, and problem-solvers.

The Corporate Law and Financial Regulation area of study provides students with the skills they need to step into corporate law positions upon graduation, whether on the legal staff of a company or with a firm that represents corporations. Students take courses in economics or finance, labor and employment law, intellectual property, business associations, and business law electives.

Cornell Law School is considered a powerhouse in the business law world thanks to its Clarke Business Law Institute, which for over two decades has contributed endowed professorships and influential research, clinics and seminars, and prominent speakers and academic conferences.

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