Curriculum Guide · Courses
Mergers and Acquisitions
J.D. Seminar 319 | 1.5 credit hours
This course develops the skills necessary to develop an understanding of the strategic, financial, business and legal aspects of complex merger and acquisition transactions. Individual and team assignments emphasize issue identification, financial analysis and valuation, strategic considerations, and negotiating strategies and techniques. The course makes extensive use of cases and simulation exercises.
Prerequisite: Third year law school standing. An MBA, or an undergraduate finance or accounting degree, or work experience as an investment banking analyst is required.
Students may not receive credit for both this course and the LL.M. course, Takeovers, Mergers and Acquisitions.
This course requires Professor Permission to enroll. Interested students should email Professor Gary Blemaster at firstname.lastname@example.org with a description of their relevant background and experience. Students must receive the professor's permission and must provide proof of the professor's permission to the Law Center's Office of the Registrar by 5:00 p.m. on August 25, 2010. Note: This course is cross-listed with the Business School. Students will receive 1.5 credits for this course. Note: This course meets on the main campus at Georgetown University McDonough School of Business and follows the Business School's academic calendar. Business School courses begin Monday, August 30, 2010. The first meeting of this course will be Monday, August 30, 2010. The last class will be held on Wednesday, October 13, 2010. Be aware this course runs on a different calendar during weeks where there is a holiday. Please take this into consideration when creating your schedule so that you have flexibility to attend the class on a different day, but at the same time. For the location of the course or the Business School’s academic calendar, please contact the Business School’s Student Services Office at (202) 687-7638. Law Center students may register only through the Law Center's registration system.