Business Law Courses, Curriculum Planning and Certificates
Academic offerings in business law at Lewis & Clark are robust. Students may take a large number and variety of courses. For those who wish to specialize, we offer designated certificates in business, intellectual property, and federal tax law. In cooperation with our environmental and natural resources law program, we also offer a certificate in energy, innovation, and sustainability. Certificates are intended to recognize students for their achievements and to inform prospective employers that these students have completed a rigorous course of study in the subject area.
Business Law Courses:
Please take a moment to consider our list of business law courses here:
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If you wish to pursue a focus in business, tax, or IP law, you also have the option to complete the requirements for the Certificate in Business Law, the Certificate in Federal Tax Law, or the Certificate in Intellectual Property Law. If you are interested in energy law, you may also pursue the Certificate in Energy, Innovation, and Sustainability. Be sure to refer to What’s What for a complete description of these certificate programs.
- Business Law Certificate
- Intellectual Property Law Certificate
- Federal Tax Law Certificate
- Energy, Innovation and Sustainability Certificate
Joint JD/MBA Program with Portland State University:
Curriculum Planning Guide:
This guide has been prepared by the business law faculty to help students make course selections in those subject areas that fall within the general category of business law.
For questions or to schedule a meeting please contact:
Richard Adams, Assistant Director of the Center for Business Law and Innovation, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, tel.: 503-768-6677