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Teaching Transactional Lawyering

By broc

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Teaching Transactional Lawyering

As someone who sometimes teaches, I enjoyed reading this paper entitled "Teaching Transactional Lawyering" by Drexel Prof. Karl Okamoto.

If you are involved with teaching mergers & acquisitions, either internally in your firm or at a college (or wish to do so in the future), I strongly recommend reading Karl's work as I believe there is no better way to learn than to actually experience the topic at hand (or watch a deal lawyer at work). As the paper notes, to learn transactional lawyering is to learn the "craft" of it, rather than black letter law. Hear, hear!

Full post as published by DealLawyers.com Blog on April 22, 2009 (boomark / email).

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