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Can I take business law without knowing much about business?

Thinking about trying for a paralegal job after college. So I'd like to take at least one business law class. But I haven't taken any business courses. Is it not allowed or unwise even if I check out a book about business basics from the library? I emailed the professor teaching business law but she didn't reply.

Asked By: Lumpy Space Princess - 3/12/2012
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Consider talking to the local bar association about potential employers in your area; find out what their hiring preferences are. For example, do they require a four year Bachelors degree from an American Bar Association approved institute, a two year Associates degree from an accredited school, or will an eight month... More
Answered By: Hydroace - 3/14/2012
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You do not need to have taken any business classes or to know about business unless doing so is a required prerequisite for the class which is included in the college catalog or the class list... More
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Answered By: ownpool - 3/12/2012
 
Take the Intro to Business Law course. There should not be a prerequisite for it. You may want to pick up a business theory book for reference, but if you have common sense, you probably know enough. The purpose of business is to make money. Law tells you the rules, the rest is covered under the Uniform Commercial... More
Answered By: jelesais2000 - 3/12/2012
 
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