Students interested in focusing their studies in a particular area of law have ample opportunities to do so. The following course groupings illustrate the areas of specialization offered by The University of Akron. (Also see "Course Descriptions" for additional information about the following courses).

Opportunities for Concentrated Study:

Business

Administrative Law
Antitrust Law
Bankruptcy Law
Basic Business Associations
Business Planning
Payment Systems
Corporate Taxation I
Corporations
International Business Transactions
International Trade
Secured Transactions

Criminal

Administration of Criminal Justice
Criminal Law
Evidence
Expert Evidence
Juvenile Law
Trial Advocacy I and II

International

International Law
International Trade
International Business Transactions

Labor and Employment

Employment Discrimination
Employment Law
Labor Law and Collective Bargaining


Litigation
Advocacy Teams
Alternative Dispute Resolution
Appellate Advocacy
Civil Procedure I and II
Clinical Seminar I and II
Evidence
Federal Jurisdiction and Procedure
Mediation Skills 
Negotiations
Pretrial Advocacy
Remedies
Trial Advocacy I and II

Public

Administrative Law
Constitutional Law I and II
Education Law
Environmental Law
Federal Jurisdiction and Procedure
Land Use Planning
Legislative Process
Local Government Law
School Law



Tax

Business Planning
Corporate Taxation I
Estate and Gift Taxation
Individual Taxation


Diverse Course Offerings
Education Law
Jurisprudence
Feminist and Race Theory in Law
Licensing of Intellectual Property
Entertainment Law
Sports Law
First Amendment Law
Immigration Law
Law and Psychiatry