Corporate/Business Law

Corporate Business  Law

There is a wide selection of corporate law courses available at Miami Law. Many of our faculty have years of experience working in the corporate world and are able to give a realistic view to students on business practices. Taking corporate law and business law courses can provide students with a solid understanding of the intersection of law and business.

Sample Courses and Seminars

Banking Law
Business Associations
Commercial Law
Copyright Law
Corporate Finance
Corporate Tax
International Economic Law
Intellectual Property Drafting
International Business Crimes
Patent Law
Internet and Intellectual Property
Mergers & Acquisitions
Securities Enforcement Litigation
Mortgage Law

Related Joint Degree Programs

Practical Learning 

International Opportunities

Study Abroad - International exchange experiences focusing on business include our Zurich Seminar, our exchange with ESADE in Spain - one of the best business schools in Europ - our exchange at University of Versailles in France with a focus on international business arbitration, and our Rio Exchange Program with Fundaco Getulio Vargas School of Law.

LawWithoutWalls Program - This program brings together students, faculty, practitioners, and entrepreneurs from around the country and the world to explore innovation in legal education and practice. LawWithoutWalls enables students to collaborate across institutions and countries, gain business, entrepreneurial, investigative research, and team building skills and, more than that, invaluable experience and insight into the world of law and business.

Faculty Experts

Professor Caroline Bradley is an expert in United States securities regulation, international finance, and business associations.

Patricia Brown is an internationally-recognized expert in the field of international taxation, with specialties in tax treaty policy and interpretation and the international taxation of financial products and institutions. 

Professor Michele DeStefano teaches a course on law, technology, and innovation, and her scholarship focuses on the growing intersections between law and business and legal entrepreneurship.

Professor Stephen Halpert teaches in the areas of business associations, business transactions, securities regulation, bankruptcy, creditors' rights and remedies, and insurance.

Professor Frances R. Hill teaches and writes in the areas of federal income tax.

Professor Stanley Langbein teaches federal income taxation, international tax, banking law, and commercial law.

Professor Elliott Manning teaches courses in taxation, business planning, business associations, and corporate finance.

Professor Dan Ravicher teaches Startup Law & Entrepreneurship.

Professor Andres Sawicki researches and teaches in the area of intellectual property.