2013 Business Law Conference — February 15, 2013!

The BU Business Law Society presents the 2013 Business Law Conference!!!!

Friday, February 15, 2013
3:30pm — 7:00pm
765 Commonwealth Ave, Boston, MA 02215

The Conference brings practitioners to the School of Law, introduces students to emerging issues and career opportunities, and hosts a networking reception. The four feature panels are Mergers & Acquisitions, In-House Counsel, Financial Restructuring & Distressed Opportunities, and Capital Markets & Securities. The Conference is co-sponsored by Bloomberg Law and WilmerHale.

Boston University School of Law has a storied reputation for banking, financial, and tax education. During the 2011-2012 academic year, the School of Law launched a new Transactional Law Program, which equips students with both doctrinal and practice skills necessary for executing business transactions. Kent Coit, a nearly thirty year veteran of Skadden, Arps’ mergers & acquisitions department, directs the Transactional Law Program.

Also in 2012, a group of JD students launched the Business Law Society to complement the mission of the Transactional Law Program. The Society has planned the 2013 Business Law Conference as a multi-panel event to bring practitioners to the School of Law, introduce students to emerging issues and career opportunities in several fields, and host a networking reception. On behalf of the Society, the Transactional Law Program, and the School of Law, thank you for joining us at the inaugural Business Law Conference.

For additional information, please contact Nathan Hertzog (hertzog@bu.edu), President of the Business Law Society.

You can RSVP at the following links:
https://www.facebook.com/events/378519845576548
https://proximate.com/events/2013-business-law-conference

One Comment

Allen Perkins posted on February 11, 2013 at 12:41 pm

It’s very important that the new law students come out very well educated on the transaction scams that exist in the market. This is a great move by BU, it will make their law students more attractive to law firms.

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