Numerous offerings on Robson Hall course calendar contribute to a meaningful grounding in private enterprise & the law. Students hoping to specialize their education can choose from exciting options in three core areas of legal education: (I) doctrinal courses; (II) research and writing courses; and (III) experiential learnings.
Many “black letter” law courses offer foundational grounding in subjects pivotal to private enterprise and the law. By studying these courses, students will gain competencies in the subject matters fundamental for practicing in the space.
- Agency and Partnerships
- Negotiable Instruments and Banking Law
- Bankruptcy and Insolvency
- Commercial Law — Secured Transactions
- Construction Law
- Corporate Tax
- Employment Law
- Labour Management Relations
- Insurance Law
Research and Writing Courses
Many upper year seminar courses offer opportunities for students to develop specialties in specific private enterprise concepts. Diverse course offerings, including detailed exploration of corporate structures or modern technological advances, allow students to develop specific skill sets through concentrated research exercises and scholarly writings.
- Independent Research Paper
- Corporations Law II
- Indigenous Economic Development and the Law
- International Business Law
- Internet & E-Commerce Law
Through opportunities like moot courts and clinics, students can build competencies in preparation for legal careers in exciting areas like entrepreneurship, start-ups, small business, and private enterprise and the law.