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“I pursued this career path because of my love of the law - the structures and legal regimes that help business run efficiently in a capitalist system,” Chainey says. “I also was interested in understanding and advising companies and individuals on the options that make legal and financial sense for most U.S. corporations.
Chainey spent the summer after her first year of the program as a summer associate at Morgan Lewis & Bockius in Philadelphia. This summer, she worked for Goldman Sachs in New York.
Another way Law students can round out their education is through Wharton’s Department of Public Policy and Management. The department offers students coursework that examines the deregulation of the airline and railroad industries, and the telecommunications industry; development and implementation of urban public policies, including privatization of services; corporate governance and environmental issues; government funding of public broadcasting; intellectual property and contracting; and internet and public policy issues such as how government actions will structure the market.
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