I don't have anything against graduate business education. But I find a lot of it theory as a two year program can have accounting, statistics, operations management, general management, marketing, economics, then advanced management, finance, entrepreneurship, human resources management, management information systems, and advanced finance. Those were the classes I looked at in my catalog 15 years ago and little has changed. I think to shore up a real life curriculum, I think economics (a class that teaches micro and macro together), statistics, and advanced finance could be tossed out. I would favor contracts, torts, and legal writing. This could be an MBA with a "concentration" in law, as opposed to a graduate business major's current option if law were desired which is most often an MBA/JD over four grueling years if one wants to have some substantive legal course work.