Legal Information Management
In this course students learn how to use legal information and research in today’s dynamic business environment. Students investigate the impact of information technology on legal research systems and accessibility to legal information. The course emphasizes management of legal information and the legal implications of using new technologies.
Legal Research: Administration and Accountability
Students will explore administrative functions for managing legal research within a range of organizations. By analyzing administrative oversight, students will prepare and design models to organize and manage legal data and documents to demonstrate administrator accountability for internal and external clients.
Case Studies in Legal Administrative Management
Students will review contemporary case studies that use solutions developed for mid-size to corporate, private and public law firms or departments. Investigations include the influence of the organization’s mission, clients and culture.
Case Studies in Business Ethics and Law
Student teams study challenges facing business leaders regarding responsibilities to employees and society and legal and regulatory systems that enforce those principles.