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Gaurang Gulati

Professor
Unit: School of Law
Department: School of Law
Office location and address
580 Massie Rd
Charlottesville, Virginia 22903
LAW 6002: Contracts
Credits: 4
This course examines the legal obligations that attach to promises made in a business contract or otherwise, including the remedies that may be available for promises that are not kept. The course examines the legal requirements for enforceable contracts, including consideration, consent and conditions, and the effect of fraud, mistake, unconscionability, and impossibility.
LAW 7199: International Debt Transactions: Sovereign Debt Crises
Credits: 4
This course uses the lens of international debt finance to provide students with an advanced course in securities law, corporate law, and contract law. The course has both a theoretical component that involves learning the basics of this multi-trillion dollar market and an experiential one that involves trying to design a debt restructuring plan for the private debt of a country currently in or on the brink of crisis.
LAW 9155: International Debt Transactions
Credits: 2
This course uses the lens of international debt finance to provide students with an advanced course in securities law, corporate law, and contract law. The 2-credit version of the course has a theoretical component about the basics of this multi-trillion dollar market but not the experiential component of the 4-credit version involving the design a debt restructuring plan for the private debt of a country currently in or on the brink of crisis.
LAW 9357: Identity, Law, and Politics Seminar
Credits: 2–3
This seminar will explore the current state of thinking about the relationship between identity, politics and legal regulation.