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JD/MBA Program

Highly motivated students wishing to pursue a master’s level program in both business and law are invited to consider Columbia’s traditional four-year JD/MBA program or the accelerated three-year JD/MBA program.

Offered jointly by the Business and Law Schools, the accelerated curriculum gives students the opportunity to complete the combined course of study a year earlier than traditional dual-degree programs. The program benefits from the involvement of the Richman Center, which sponsors the creation of new, accelerated courses to be jointly taught by business and law faculty members.

Graduates of the program enter the job market with a solid base of legal and business knowledge, as well as specific expertise in areas of interest gained through electives. They also join a powerful, global alumni community from both the Business and Law Schools.

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Upcoming Events

IQ2 Debate

Motion: "The President has exceeded his constitutional power by waging war without congressional authorization."

March 31, 2015

Columbia Law School

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Co-organized by: The Richard Paul Richman Center for Business, Law, and Public Policy, Intelligence Squared Debate, and National Constitution Center

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Israel, the US, and the Shifting Energy Landscape

December 18, 2014

Tel Aviv University, Israel

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On December 18, 2014, the Institute for National Security Studies (INSS), along with the Richman Center for Business, Law and Public Policy, the Center for Israeli Legal Studies, Center on Global Energy Policy, held a conference on energy, focusing on natural gas in the US and Israel and current changes occurring in world energy markets.

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Global Justice Forum on Income Inequality

October 17, 2014

Columbia Law School

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Featured Event

Dave Bozeman, SVP Catepillar Enterprise, on "U.S. Competitiveness in the Manufacturing Sector"

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Analyzing Global Financial Stability: "Have we Tamed the Too Big To Fail Financial Institutions?"

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The Richard Paul Richman Center for Business, Law, and Public Policy
Columbia Business School
Uris Hall, 2M1-i
3022 Broadway
New York, New York 10027
Phone: (212) 851-9506
richmancenter
@gsb.columbia.edu