Comprehensive business law courses form the core of any law school curriculum. In addition, we teach deal making skills and the relationship between law and entrepreneurship — our notable strengths.
Opportunities such as the Small Business Clinic, Portland corporate externships, and five business law certificates hone your skills and add to your credibility in the job market. The recent addition of a sustainable business focus includes classes, a Statement of Completion, a student group, and speaker events.
Our ties to the UO's Lundquist College of Business — including the concurrent J.D./M.B.A. degree — enrich the curriculum even more.
Statements of Completion
Courses may be offered both semesters and/or taught by several instructors. For a complete class list visit the academic course catalog.
Commercial and real estate law courses
Business bankruptcyCommercial law
Land use law
Secured land transactions
Corporate and securities courses
Language of corporate finance
U.S. regulation of financial institutions
Deal making skills
Advanced contracts seminar
Real estate transactional practice lab
Green business courses
Green building and construction law
Intellectual property courses
Intellectual property survey
Licensing of intellectual property & other information assets
Labor and employment law courses
Tax law courses
All law students may take graduate-level courses at the UO Lundquist College of Business — or any other UO law school or department — and apply 5 semester credits (8 quarter credits) towards their law degree.
Other student opportunities
Learn about opportunities across campus.