Health Care Law Track

Business Law Concentration

Concentration Advisor: Professor Jane Moriarty and Professor Rhonda Gay Hartman

In addition to completing Contracts I, Contracts II, and the required courses in Corporations,[1] students wishing to fulfill the Business Law Concentration – Health Care Law Track must complete four (4) additional courses in the upper-level curriculum, as follows:

Required Course(s)

Take two:

Health Care Law
Health Care Organization and Finance
Health Care Regulation
Law & Medical Ethics

Elective Courses

Choose two additional courses from below (or required courses above):

Simulation Courses
Expert Evidence Simulation

Clinics and Externships
Government Externship*
High-credit Externship*
Judicial Externship*
Non-profit Externship*
Summer Intensive General Externship*

Upper-Level Writing Courses
Directed Research*
Expert Evidence Simulation
Law and Neuroscience

Other Courses
Accounting for Lawyers
Administrative Law
Antitrust
Food Law and Policy
Governance, Compliance & Risk Management
Health Care Fraud and Abuse
Income Taxation of Corporations & Shareholders
In-House Counsel of Modern Corporations
Law & Psychology
Legal Medicine and Forensic Science
Public Health Law and Policy
Tax Exempt Organizations

 

*Requires approval of Concentration Advisor after consultation with the faculty member supervising the clinic/externship/paper               



[1] Corporations I and II; or Corporate and Partnership Law, and Advanced Corporate Law and Business Entities