Fordham Law

Professional Responsibility Ethics and Corporate Practice

"The practice of law for the 21st century attorney often will involve representation of corporate clients in either law firms or corporate legal departments. For those lawyers who practice in this area, the behavior of corporations and the lawyers who advise them are subject to increasing scrutiny. The course will examine the ethical issues that arise for lawyers in the context of representing a corporate client. Using the Legal Ethics and Corporate Practice textbook authored by Professors Regan and Bauman, this course will be organized around the various kinds of work that corporate lawyers do and the ethical and professional responsibility issues that arise
Credits: 3

Type: LEC

Does this course satisfy the skills requirement? Yes