3 Am. U. Bus. L. Rev. [i] (2014)

handle is hein.journals/aubulrw3 and id is 1 raw text is: AMERICAN UNIVERSITY BUSINESS LAW REVIEW
Volume 3 - 2014 - Issue 1
TABLE OF CONTENTS
SYMPOSIUM ARTICLES: TRANSACTIONAL LAW PEDAGOGY
GOING BEYOND THE FOUR CORNERS: REFLECTIONS ON TEACHING LETTERS OF
CREDIT AS A SUBSET OF INTERNATIONAL BANKING LAW
James E. Byrne.......................................       ............. 1
DOING THE NUMBERS: THE NUMERATE LAWYER AND TRANSACTIONAL LAW
Theresa A. Gabaldon       ................................. ......... 63
DEAL DECONSTRUCTIONS, CASE STUDIES, AND CASE SIMULATIONS: TOWARD
PRACTICE READINESS WITH NEW PEDAGOGIES IN TEACHING BUSINESS AND
TRANSACTIONAL LAW
Michelle M. Harner and Robert J. Rhee ............................. 81
M&A AS ONE COMPONENT OF A BUSINESS PLANNING COURSE
Lyman Johnson and Sean Leuba............................99
SYMPosIUM ARTICLES: TRANSACTIONAL LAW PRACTICE
THE STATE OF LAWYER KNOWLEDGE UNDER THE MODEL RULES OF PROFESSIONAL
CONDUCT
George M. Cohen        ................................. ...................... 115
BUSINESS LAWYERING IN THE CROWDFUNDING ERA
Joan MacLeod Heminway............       ............................ 149
NON-PARTY INTERESTS IN CLOSING OPINION LETTERS
Heather Hughes                           ..................... .................. 183
COMMENT
NUCLEAR INTENTIONS AND IMPLIED PREEMPTION: How ENTERGY NUCLEAR
VERMONT YANKEE, LLC V. SHUMLIN GIVES INDIAN POINT A FIGHTING CHANCE TO
STAY IN BUSINESS
Zachary Mason         ............................................. 197
NOTE
PAY-TO-PLAY: THE IMPACT OF GROUP PURCHASING ORGANIZATIONS ON DRUG
SHORTAGES
Christian DeRoo         ................................................ 227

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