The Blank School engages Babson community members and leads research to create entrepreneurial leaders.
Developments in the legal system affect all aspects of our lives, including our work lives, our family lives, and our lives as citizens who participate in the democratic process.
The law also represents a body of ideas and values that have been studied by scholars in a wide variety of fields, including sociology, political science, cultural studies, history, economics, and business. The legal studies concentration provides students with the opportunity to study law from a variety of these perspectives.
Taking courses in this concentration helps you determine if you would like to pursue law school after graduation, but also provides value in financial spheres as well. It provides a broad exposure to legal issues, aiding in your development as future thought-leaders, managers, and citizens.
LAW 3504 – Good Company, Good Game: Law, Ethics, and Leadership in Sports Businesses
Begin your school year a little early with a weeklong trip to Atlanta to visit the Arthur M. Blank Family of Businesses, including the Atlanta Falcons, Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta United, and PGA Tour Superstore, and learn how readers navigate legal, ethical, and management decisions in sports businesses. You analyze challenges faced by these organizations and apply values-based leadership principles to determine strategic and ethical decisions for a business and its stakeholders, including shareholders, employees, and the larger community.
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Faculty Contact: Leslie Garbarino
Sponsoring Division: Accounting & Law