The Business Law Program at the American University Washington College of Law includes an extensive curriculum, a number of student organizations, countless events throughout the year, as well as a full scholarly program. With over 150 different course offerings in business law and related fields, covering topics from antitrust to Regulation Z and everything in between, the curriculum aims to offer every course relevant to practicing business law, domestically and internationally, in the twenty-first century. Experiential learning in clinics and externships, both on the transactional and the litigation sides of practice, gives students what they need to develop and mature as budding lawyers.

Outside the classroom, students can compete in transactional and negotiation meets, can network with employers and alumni, and can participate in the business-related arbitration and securities moots. The BLP is large and vibrant and is always looking for and developing new opportunities.

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Business Law Orientation and Resume Review coming February 6th from 4:00 - 6:00 PM.  Come find out about the huge amount of business law offerings and extra circulars at WCL.

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Former Secretary Jack Lew Addresses Ten Year After the Financial Crisis

Former Secretary Jack Lew Addresses "Ten Years After the Financial Crisis"

American University Washington College of Law’s Business Law Program presented “Ten Years After the Financial Crisis,” a discussion with former Secretary of the Treasury Jack Lew, Wednesday, Oct. 10. The discussion was moderated by American University President Sylvia M. Burwell.

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