Law 659 - Comparative Corporate Law
Lynn M. LoPucki
J.D. University of Michigan, 1967
LL.M. Harvard, 1970
In an increasingly globalized world, corporate law is becoming international. Companies operate across borders, and lawyers are expected to understand foreign systems. This seminar provides both an introduction to comparative law in the corporate context and an opportunity for each student to compare U.S. corporate law with the corporate law of the student's home country or another country of the student’s choice. Each week, each student will write a one‐page paper comparing U.S. law to the law of the student’s chosen country with regard to the topic of the week’s assignment. Each student will revise his or her papers by the end of the semester, based on the class discussions, and combine them into a single paper. Permission of the instructor is required to enroll. Business Associations or the equivalent is a prerequisite.
Course Specific Learning Outcomes
Students will learn techniques for comparing legal systems.
|Lynn LoPucki||18S||659||SEM 1||R 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM||3.0||Yes||Per instructor's discretion|
|Pre-requisite: Law 230. Business Associations. Application required to enroll. See my.law.ucla.edu/courseapps|
|Textbook for Spring 2018 SEM 1|
Siems and Cabrelli (eds.) Comparative Company Law: A Case-Based Approach
ISBN: 9781841138916. Hart Publishing. REQUIRED $67.25