This course is part of an innovative course package entitled "Integrated Transactional Practice" which combines Trusts and Estates, Professional Responsibility and transactional skills, such as interviewing, negotiation, counseling and drafting into a two-semester, ten-credit sequence. The course centers around six realistic client files which involve one family (except for a single pro bono matter). The simulation course work with these clients occurs in the two skills sections, of which Transactional Practice I is part. This includes counseling the mother regarding the disposition of shares of a family business under her will, negotiating and selling a piece of property from an estate, and selling the entire family business. Along the way, one of the children gets married and the mother seeks to persuade him to negotiate a prenuptial agreement, and later the son organizes a charitable business and has to face an IRS agent in an examination of organizational activities.
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Transactional Practice I is part of the Integrated Transactional Program (ITP), a two semester, ten credit course package. There are six Transactional Practice I sections of 10 students each. They all meet on Wednesdays from 6:00 pm to 7:50 pm. The res
You must take this course in conjunction with the following courses:
- LAW D462 (Integrated Transactional Program)
See JUDO 602 section 21 for course materials.