The MOOC Revolution: Law Schools

Additional Courses

According to a recent Harvard Law study, law students often realize that courses in finance, statistics, and securities benefited them most in practice. Here are some MOOC courses that can help students in these areas:
An Introduction To Marketing (Wharton School of Business)
Introduction to Finance (University of Michigan)
An Introduction To Corporate Finance (Wharton School of Business)
An Introduction To Financial Accounting (Wharton School of Business)
Finance (Stanford)
Financial Markets (Yale)
Statistics I (Princeton)
Statistics (San Jose State)
Introduction to Microeconomics (MIT / Open Courseware, not a MOOC)
Foundations of Business Strategy (University of Virginia)
Venture Capital 101 (Stanford / $999 Fee)
Additional Law School Courses
Basics of Acquisition Agreements
CopyrightX (Harvard)
American Counterrorism Law ($100 Cost for Class Text)
U.S. Military Service and the Law
Sex, Power, and the Law ($45 Fee)
Law of Tort in 90 Minutes ($10 Fee)
Must-Know IP Law (Patent, Trademark and Copyright) ($99 Fee)
How Blind is Justice? ($40 Fee)
QuickBooks for Lawyers ($9 Fee)
Legal Advice for Entrepreneurs and Startups ($10 Fee)
Copyright: Know What Copyright Means And Avoid Trouble ($36 Fee)
Biotechnology Business, Law, and Science ($99 Fee)
Real Estate Law ($99 Fee)
Introduction to Criminal Law ($99 Fee)
Employment Law Fundamentals ($99 Fee)
Crash Course on Agency
Crash Course on Partnership
Crash Course on Limited Liability
Crash Course on Corporations
Crash Course on Fiduciary Duties of Directors
In addition, MIT makes open courseware available for the following recent courses:
Philosophy of Law
Constitutional Law: Structures of Power and Individual Rights
Patents, Copyrights, and the Law of Intellectual Property

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