This course will examine the law and practice of business organizations and the paralegal's potential functions in this area of law. You will begin with an examination of basic agency law, followed by a study of the fundamental structure and most important legal doctrines relating to general partnerships, limited partnerships, limited liability companies, small closely-held corporations and large publicly-traded corporations.
Business law is not, in itself, a field of law. Rather, it is the study of how civil (and sometimes criminal) law affects the operation of businesses. Any study of business is increasingly concerned with the legal environment. This course is designed to provide you with the information you need to work under the supervision of counsel in the legal department of a corporation or to assist attorneys that specialize in providing counsel to businesses. It will also provide the general public with knowledge of the legal environment in which businesses operate.
There are no required texts for this topic.
Highly Recommended Legal Resources
- Oran’s Dictionary of the Law, 4th Edition, by Daniel Oran. Clifton Park: Delmar Cengage Learning
- Paralegal Career for Dummies, 2nd Edition, by Scott A. Hatch, J.D. and Lisa Zimmer Hatch, M.A.
For more information, call The Center for Legal Studies at 800.522.7737 or visit their Online Store to order.
|Name||Session Dates||Location||Format||Registration Dates|
|Business Law and Practices-Online||01/10/22 - 02/25/22||Online||08/05/21 - 01/07/22||REGISTER NOW|
|Business Law and Practices-Online||08/23/21 - 10/08/21||Online||04/07/21 - 08/20/21||REGISTER NOW|
|Business Law and Practices-Online||10/18/21 - 12/03/21||Online||06/03/21 - 10/15/21||REGISTER NOW|