Law 606 - Seminar on Mergers and Acquisitions

Iman Anabtawi

Iman Anabtawi

Professor of Law
B.A. Pomona College, 1984
M.A. Philosophy, Politics, and Economics, Oxford University, 1986
J.D. Stanford Law School, 1989
UCLA Faculty Since 2000
Course Description:

This seminar allows students to write a seminar paper on a topic of their choice, subject to instructor approval, in the field of mergers and acquisitions. The course consists of three parts, culminating in the submission of a final seminar paper: (1) discussion-based group sessions facilitated by the instructor that explore important debates in mergers and acquisitions; (2) one-on-one meetings between each student and the instructor addressing the student's paper topic; and (3) a student presentation and discussion of research conducted. The seminar paper satisfies the Law School’s Substantial Analytical Writing (SAW) requirement. The course grade is based 30% on class participation (including the in-class presentation) and 70% on the final paper.

Course Learning Outcomes:

By the end of this course, students will have developed proficiency in the following areas:

1. Critically analyzing an academic paper and leading a discussion of it;

2. Crafting a claim, constructing a legal argument, and writing a substantial analytical paper; and

5. Presenting a work-in-progress.

 
Course Information:
​Faculty Term Course Section ​Schedule ​Units Requisite Satisfies SAW
Iman Anabtawi 20S 606 SEM 1 R 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM 3.0 Yes Yes