Law Schools Get Down to Business

The National Law Journal


Finance and accounting, management, leadership and entrepreneurship — all components of a business education, not a legal one, right? Not anymore. A growing number of law schools are borrowing a page from the MBA playbook and adding courses intended to give students a foundation in business, in addition to the law.

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