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The main focus is on corporations, because corporations are the predominant form of business organization in Canada. Also, the law of corporations can be substantially different from that with which non-business students are most likely already familiar. Therefore, corporations are for many students both more commonly used, and less than intuitive, than other forms of business organization. We will also refer to other forms of business organization (such as the sole proprietorship and the partnership), but they will not be the main focus of this course.
This is a course designed to introduce students to the principles of effective advocacy starting with initial client contact. Interviewing, counseling, and advising clients is central to understanding the nature of a conflict and the potential avenues for resolution