Introduction to Mergers and Acquisitions Law
Introduction to Securities Law
Introduction to Banking and Finance Law
Introduction to Drafting
Company Law (covering the new Companies Act, 2013 in detail)
CIRC is pleased to announce to the next Summer Course on 'Competition Law & Practice in India' to be held from 19-21 June, 2014 (from 9 AM to 1 PM daily) at Conference Room, New Delhi YMCA, 1, Jai Singh Road, New Delhi-01.
Indian Institute of Corporate Affairs (IICA) has been set up by the Ministry of Corporate Affairs, Govt. of India. IICA's School of Competition Law and Market Regulation in partnership with Competition Commission of India (CCI), is pleased to announce its “Antitrust Programme for Young Fellows 2014 (Theme of the year: 5 years of Competition Law
IPRI (Intellectual Property Research Institute) is a non-profit organization dedicated for the purpose of education, research, analysis and development; destined to promote understanding, training, and awareness of several domains of intellectual property including patents, trademarks, geographical indications (GI), and copyright to the students with required backgrounds as per Indian law.
This Massive Open Online Course (“MOOC”), created in partnership with the Centre for Social Research, will provide the learner with a fundamental understanding of this Act in a simple, concise and comprehensive manner.
It will allows us to do the above mentioned things by showing us how to express the following:
• Observations instead of interpretations
• Our authentic feelings and needs instead of blame and demand /defense and attack,
• How to make clear 'do-able' requests
The enforcement of Competition Law and its pervasive presence across the sectors and business functions is creating a high demand for competition compliance. This has led CIRC and NLUD to collaborate to offer these courses on Competition Policy and Law (CPL).
To that end, the Azim Premji University and the Institute for New Economic Thinking will team up to create a space for an interdisciplinary group of scholars at the advanced stages of their PhD dissertations from all over India to collaboratively engage in these issues with each other and with leading academics and practitioners from
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The course delivers an insight into the National and International Framework on Competition Laws including the History of the Law, Anti-Competitive Agreements, Abuse of Dominant Position, Combinations and various other topics relevant to the local and international competition laws.
Unfortunately, a lot of us tend to underestimate the importance of these skills. But did you know that these are the Practical Legal Skills that recruiters, peers, seniors and the whole legal community will judge you on? Unless you show exceptional abilities in these areas, your professional career will go nowhere.
The Centre for Parliamentary Studies and Law Reforms solicits your esteemed presence at the workshop on the ‘Working of the Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act, 2009’ (the Right to Education Act) scheduled for Thursday, 20 March, 2014 at the National University of Advanced Legal Studies, Kalamassery.
Vskills Certifications are promoted by ICSIL, a government PSU (a Joint Venture of Government of India and Government of Delhi Undertaking). Vskills is a testing and certification programme focused on prior learning.
Law Pundits proudly announce the launch of their 6 months-long online Course programme in three distinct areas of law:
1. Certified International Business Law Analyst
2. Certified Human Rights Analyst
3. Certified Intellectual Property Law Analyst
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Enrolment for the fouth batch of the Diploma in Entrepreneurship Administration and Business Laws offered by NUJS, Kolkata and iPleaders is now open (January Batch) The course fee is INR 23,000/-, and interested students can enrol now by paying the first instalment of INR 13,000/-.
The course follows a unique practice and learn methodology where the students will be able to learn the concepts and the techniques by involving themselves into practical exercises. A feedback will be given to attain the perfect level of understanding of the concepts from time to time.
This course is intended to introduce participants to the provisions of the Competition Act, 2002 and its enforcement. It aims to create a better understanding of the market concepts, restrictive business practices, IPRs and cross border issues. If and when you register, please do mention that you heard about this via Lawctopus