The John W. Glynn, Jr. Law & Business Program
Typically offered in small seminar settings, advanced courses prepare students for real-world situations and teach students how to use the law to find constructive solutions to business problems. Top practitioners from law firms, business and government, as well as UVA faculty, engage students in hands-on exercises, such as deal-structuring, negotiating and counseling.
The following is a list of courses offered during the current and two previous academic years. Numbers in parentheses indicate which academic year(s) the courses were offered, i.e., 2015-16 is coded (16), 2016-17 is coded (17) and 2017-18 is coded (18).
Courses in recent years include:
CORPORATE STRATEGY (16,17) and LEADERSHIP AND TEAM MANAGEMENT (16,17,18), taught by Jim Donovan, a managing director of Goldman Sachs.
COURSES ON INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS TRANSACTIONS that examine legal and regulatory structures affecting foreign investors seeking to participate in the development of “emerging markets,” taught by UVA Law professor Paul Stephan and Richard Dean, an experienced practitioner; and COURSES SIMULATING NEGOTIATION SESSIONS with the counterparty, taught by Ned Martin, an experienced former practitioner.
CURRENT ISSUES IN CORPORATE LAW AND GOVERNANCE, taught by Professor Michal Barzuza (16,17,18)
THE FED, THE FINANCIAL CRISIS AND ITS AFTERMATH, taught by Ned Kelly '81, a former top executive at Citigroup. (16,17)
HEALTH LAW SURVEY, taught by UVA Law professor Margaret Foster Riley. (16,17,18)
INTERNATIONAL BANKING TRANSACTIONS, taught by Christof Fritzen, former managing director of Deutsche Bank AG. (16,17,18)
LAW AND FINANCE OF VENTURE CAPITAL-BACKED FIRMS, taught by Professor Quinn Curtis and entrepreneur and lawyer Rob Masri '96. (16,17,18)
FEDERAL REGULATION OF INVESTMENT COMPANIES, taught by Robert Zack, former general counsel of Oppenheimer Funds. (16,17,18)
TRANSACTIONAL APPROACH TO MERGERS AND ACQUISITIONS, taught by Lou Kling and Eileen Nugent, partners at Skadden, a leading corporate law firm. (16,17,18)