Boston University School of Law’s faculty includes nationally known and widely published scholars in virtually all areas of the law relevant to transactional practice, including corporations and other business organizations, finance, securities laws, tax law, commercial law and intellectual property.
In addition, the faculty includes seasoned practitioners, who bring to the Transactional Law Program and the Transactional Practice Concentration a wealth of experience and practice skills in structuring, negotiating, documenting and closing transactions. Thus, the faculty who teach in the Transactional Law Program (listed below) are able to provide students with both the foundational doctrinal knowledge and the basic practice, analytical and problem-solving skills increasingly demanded even of beginning practitioners by law firms, other employers and clients.
Core Doctrinal/Business Courses and Doctrinal/Business Electives
Transactional Practice, Analytical and Problem-Solving Skills Courses
Professor Kent A. Coit (910 Commonwealth Ave., Room 201, 617.358.7105) is the faculty director of the Transactional Law Program, which houses the Transactional Practice Concentration. He will be available to answer substantive questions about the concentration before students decide to concentrate and during a student's course of study. Questions about the administrative details of the concentration may be directed to Associate Dean Geraldine M. Muir (Redstone Building, 511B; 617.353.3127).