Professors. Matthew A. Melone, J.D. (Pennsylvania), C.P.A.; George A. Nation III, J.D. (Villanova).
Adjunct professors. Patrick F. McCormick, J.D. (Ohio Northern); Nancy Schneiderman, J.D. (Harvard).
The following undergraduate law courses are offered through the Perella Department of Finance:
LAW 101. Introduction to Law (3)
A study of the nature and function of law and the legal system, the study of legal reasoning through the use of the case method.
LAW 201. Legal Environment of Business (3)
The study of the legal relationships of business and government, business and society and the individual and society. The case method is used to develop analytical skills. Introduction to contract law and the law of sales underlying the free market system. Prerequisite: ECO 1 and junior standing.
LAW 202. Business Law (3)
The law of agency, business organizations, secured transactions, bankruptcy and negotiable instruments. Prerequisite: LAW 201.
LAW 371. Directed Readings (1-3)
Readings in various fields of law, designed for students who have a special interest in a field of law. Prerequisite: consent of sponsoring instructor.
LAW 372. Special Topics (3)
Special problems and issues in commercial law.
Course descriptions for the College of Business and Economics graduate courses can be found in this section (Section V) under the heading of Business and Economics Graduate Courses. Prerequisite: consent of sponsoring instructor.