The Advanced Corporate Finance Workshop draws together various aspects of corporate and securities law involving corporate finance transactions. Through an interactive workshop format, students gain insights into the practical aspects of structuring, negotiating and executing bank financings and transactions in the capital markets.
In-class exercises and assignments emphasize practical skills and strategic considerations. Students will also develop insight into broader theoretical and ethical considerations that confront a business lawyer. The class meets weekly for one three-hour session at the offices of Davies Ward Phillips & Vineberg LLP in downtown Toronto.
The Advanced Corporate Finance Workshop accepts 16 students and is offered annually in the fall term. Students receive a grade worth 5 credits based on the three assignments they complete in the workshop. Students may take both ABLW I & ABLW II.
Business Associations and Securities Regulation are pre-requisites or may be taken concurrently.