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Business Basics for Law Students: Essential Concepts and Applications (Essentials for Law Students Series) Paperback – May 2002

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Useful for lawyers who need to learn about business 2 Jun 2000
By Stephen M. Bainbridge - Published on
Format: Paperback
BUSINESS BASICS is a very comprehensive overview of business issues designed for law students and lawyers. Students taking a basic course in corporations or business associations will find it useful, especially if they lack a business background. It covers not only corporate law, but also such broader topics as insurance, retirement planning, real estate purchases, and the like. Relatively little traditional doctrinal analysis; more an explanation of how business works. Don't think of it as a study aid for your corporations class-think of it as a one volume equivalent of an undergraduate business administration program. On that basis, I highly recommend it.
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If only I had this 30 years ago 2 April 2013
By PHIL - Published on
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Now that I have the time, I'm patching the weak points in my legal education. This would have opened doors of understanding much earlier, that I would regard as critical. As a teacher of business law, I couldn't recommend this enough. If for no other reason, a sense of the players, what they are doing, and the vocabulary, extends one's horizons in many directions.
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Basic But Good Coverage 12 Aug 2005
By Brian V. Bergman - Published on
Format: Paperback
The book may be a bit basic for anyone with a business background. But it is a good overview for a lot of topics and business basics that most law students will cover at some point or another during law school.
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