Students in the LLM in Corporation Law program from New York University take most classes with our permanent faculty, including some of the nation’s leading theorists in law and economics, corporate law and bankruptcy law, as well as academics whose work is oriented more toward practice and the profession.
Some courses for the law degree may be completed in the departments of finance or international business at NYU’s Stern School of Business, and drawing from our location in America’s business and financial center, courses are instructed by industry experts who hold permanent positions in businesses and firms outside the Law School.
The Pollack Center for Law and Business, a joint venture of the Law School and the Stern School of Business, is one of many intellectual hubs for those with corporate and business interests. Dedicated to enhancing an interdisciplinary legal and business education for the academic community, as well as for experienced legal and business practitioners, the Pollack Center brings faculty from the Stern School of Business to the Law School to teach courses and give lectures throughout the year.
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