Area of Study in Law Planning
With an area of study in planning, you will learn how to implement effective solutions to meet clients’ objectives. Specifically, courses cover estate and business planning, as well as tax laws. Students who complete this area of study will be equipped to handle a robust array of transactional and planning engagements.
To earn your Area of Study in Law Planning, you must complete the following courses with a grade of B- or higher.
- Business Associations
- Business Planning
- Estate Planning
- Taxation of Businesses
- Taxation of Estates and Gifts
- Taxation of Individuals
- Wills, Trusts, and Estates
An audited course cannot be used to satisfy an area of study requirement.
More on the Law Planning Area of Study
“The planning area of study represents the pinnacle of our tax, transactional, and planning curriculum at the law school. Consequently, a student who performs well in the area of study will be equipped to serve clients and add value in many transactional contexts.”
— Associate Dean Tim Todd
“Perhaps Liberty’s greatest asset is its faculty, all of whom are second to none. Each one is a true scholar in his or her field, and each is a wealth of knowledge and wisdom, always ready to share with their students.”
— Josh Hetzler, ’15