Interested in transactional law practice? Consider BU Law’s innovative transactional law program. Directed by Professor Kent Coit, a retired partner in the prominent firm Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP (Boston office), the program helps students and graduates “hit the ground running” by teaching both doctrinal and practical skills in transactional practice. Students will develop core competencies in contract literacy; transactional practice, analytical and problem-solving skills; and in understanding what transactional attorneys do. The foundational course is contract drafting. Students who want to concentrate can do the new Transactional Law concentration, which will replace our Business Organizations and Finance Law concentration to reflect this new program and the demands of the market in this practice area.
Check out our Transactional Law section of the BU Law website for more information on the program.