Mini Law School Online:  Business Law and the Pandemic Recovery

February 2, 2021 - March 16, 2021

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This special seven-week online series in Spring 2021 will focus on business law and its role in the recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.  Open to all, this program is designed for non-lawyers, is an excellent lifelong learning opportunity, and is a great chance to get a taste of what law school is like.  Participants who view at least five of the seven sessions receive a Mini Law School Certificate (no academic credit is received for participation).  There are no required readings, tests, or homework assignments - just a great opportunity to learn about the law!

Individuals may participate in this special online edition of Mini Law School in two ways:  (1) live, from approximately 6pm to 7:30pm MDT on the night of the lecture, or (2) on-demand at any time of your choosing, beginning approximately 2 days after the live lecture.  All participants can watch any lectures they miss live by watching a recording at their convenience at a later date.





Tuesday, February 2

Rabea Benhalim

The Role of Secured Transactions and the Pandemic Recovery

Tuesday, February 9

Andrew Schwartz

COVID-19 and Contracts

Tuesday, February 16

Brad Bernthal

For Whom Does the Corporation Benefit Amid the Pandemic?

Tuesday, February 23

Harry Surden

COVID-19 and Intellectual Property

Tuesday, March 2

Sloan Speck

The CARES Act and Tax Policy

Tuesday, March 9

Nadav Orian Peer

The COVID Federal Reserve:  The Stakes for Racial Justice and Community Development

Tuesday, March 16

Erik Gerding

Issues Facing Entrepreneurs

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For questions about the course, discounts available for groups, and financial hardship waivers, please contact us at: (303) 735-6554 or