Banking Law


Course Code:
LAW 1032
Law Honors/Pass/Restrd Cr/Fail


(Formerly 378) This course will examine the legal and regulatory system governing financial institutions, with an emphasis on banks. It will do so by exploring the underlying economics of banking, and the ongoing effort to reform financial regulation. Questions addressed will include: Why do we regulate financial institutions? What dangers do we want to avoid? How well does the current regulatory system achieve what we want to achieve? What alternative approaches can be taken? What are the costs and benefits of the current system, and those of the alternatives? Elements used in grading: Class participation, attendance, final exam.

Past Offerings

2017-2018 Autumn

Banking Law LAW 1032 Section 01 Class #1080

  • 3 Units

Notes: In-class Final.

    • In-class Final
    • Self Scheduled
  • Room: 185
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2015-2016 Autumn

Banking Law LAW 378 Section 01 Class #1068

  • 3 Units

Notes: In-class Final.

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