Business Law I is a required support course and has no prerequisites. It covers a wide range of legal topics, including the nature and sources of the law; the U.S. Constitution; business torts and crimes; contract law; business organizations; and agency law. The class is an excellent introductory law course and is a prerequisite for Legal Research and Writing I. Therefore, it is recommended that Legal Studies students take this course in their first semester in the program.
In terms of demand, Business Law I falls between the beginner and intermediate levels.