Boston University School of Law

Fundamentals of Banking Law

Summary

Fundamentals of Banking Law

Description

A three-day course in the Basics of Banking Law, as it has developed since the passage of the National Banking Act in 1863 and as it is changing since the Financial Crisis of 2008.
Fundamentals of Banking Law (formerly Banking Law Basics) has been offered for more than 15 years as a comprehensive overview of banking regulatory law by a highly experienced faculty of seasoned practitioners and former regulators who have also taught law school courses in banking regulation and related topics. The approach of this course, including choice of topics, interactive approach in the classroom, materials provided to the students, presence of the faculty through the entire program, and limited class size, is strategically designed to optimize the overall learning experience of the attendees.

Starts

8:00am on Friday, May 23rd 2014

End Time

12:00pm

Location

Boston University Washington Classroom 1776 Massachusetts Avenue, NW Washington, DC 20036

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Topics

Alumni, LL.M. Central