American Bar Association
 
Business Law Education Committee

ABA Section of Business Law


Business Law Education Committee


Mission Statement

The mission of the Business Law Education Committee is to facilitate the development of business law education at all levels. The Committee's focus includes the business school, law school, and other lawyer training contexts. The Committee seeks to encourage collaboration among practitioners, educators, and students from these different venues, particularly through joint programs with the substantive law committees.


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Leadership

Co-Chairs:

Beystehner, Kristen
Okamoto, Karl

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Programs, Meetings and Events

Section Events

    Business Succession – Tax and Financial Considerations

    02/11/2016-02/11/2016

    This program will discuss how to transition a business while minimizing or eliminating taxes. Discussion includes transfers of closely-held businesses to key employees and family members. Corporate and partnership opportunities will be compared and contrasted and estate planning consequences will also ...

    Understanding the Key Elements of a Legal Opinion

    02/25/2016-02/25/2016

    Business lawyers are asked to give legal opinions in a number of contexts, including financing and M&A transactions. This program will walk through a basic form of third party legal opinion, and will discuss its main features. It will examine opinions commonly rendered, and will discuss what they mean ...

    Law Firm Bankruptcies and Dissolutions: Legal and Ethical Issues

    02/26/2016-02/26/2016

    Law Firm Bankruptcies and Dissolutions: Legal and Ethical Issues


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Listserve

In order to send a message to the listserve, send a message to the email address below. You must be a member of the Committee to successfully send a message to the listserve.

BL-BUSLAWEDUCATION@mail.americanbar.org

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Modified by Graham Hunt on April 15, 2015

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