Certification Courses in Corporate Law

[Student readers may be interested
in the following certification courses in corporate law offered by Rainmaker]
The Advanced Professional
Certification in Corporate Law Practice
is designed specifically for senior
law students (4th or 5th year students in 5-year LL.B.
courses, or final year students in 3-year LL.B. courses) and junior associates
in law firms (with less then 2 years’ experience). This programme contains advanced
courses on M&A, Securities Law, Banking and Finance and drafting and
reviewing Commercial Contracts, a specialised course on Competition Law, and a
free course on Company Law, covering the new Companies Act, 2013
comprehensively. It is intended for those with at least a basic knowledge of
M&A, securities and banking and finance laws. In fact, myLaw.net suggests
that candidates take a short diagnostic test to gauge whether they know enough
to take this programme. This is a focused and comprehensive training regime for
corporate law firm aspirants.
Visit apcclp.mylaw.net
for more details on it.
For those who are beginners to corporate law, myLaw.net
offers the Certification of Specialisation in
Corporate Law
, which has been created for more junior law students who want
to get a head start and really shine in their internships. This programme has
introductory courses on M&A, Securities Law, Banking and Finance, Drafting
and Company Law. This is an opportunity for law students to get a real-world
introduction to the practical work that goes on in a corporate law firm.

Visit cscl.mylaw.net for
more details on it.

About the author

Umakanth Varottil

Umakanth Varottil is an Associate Professor at the Faculty of Law, National University of Singapore. He specializes in corporate law and governance, mergers and acquisitions and cross-border investments. Prior to his foray into academia, Umakanth was a partner at a pre-eminent law firm in India.

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