The teaching of skills is missing from our law schools. Sample this:
This is a commonly held complaint in the legal fraternity: as law students, we do 2 semesters (8 months) of contract law, and we never get to draft, review, or even see a contract.
Lawctopus Law School’s course on Contract Drafting and Negotiation will help you review, draft, and negotiate contracts from scratch.
Are you confident in writing a well-researched, well-written research paper for a publication or a conference? Can you write a quality legal opinion from scratch?
Learn these skills by “doing” and by getting constant feedback from us through our course on Legal Research and Writing.
Our courses on IPR- Law and Practice and Patent- Law and Practice will teach you the theory and practice of these areas of law.
You’ll learn about: doing a trademark search, filing for a trademark, registering a copyright, doing a patent search, and drafting documents. These courses are taught by practitioners running their own firms!
Why do these courses from LLS?
Lawctopus Law School (LLS), in the last 11 year, has helped 3600+ students in getting equipped with numerous skills required for practical legal education.
Our courses have been rated an average of 90/100.
This has meant wide-ranging industry recognition and tie-ups with law firms like Surana and Surana, Sujata Choudhari IP Attorneys; publishers like Oakbridge; and industry bodies like Delhi Management Association, etc.
We were also shortlisted for the Agami Prize 2020 and have been covered in the leading education magazine Careers360.
Our batches of June 2021 are starting very soon. If you haven’t enrolled already, get started on these courses which are starting from the 1st week of June. The last date to register is May 28.
Register now for the following courses:
Contract Drafting and Negotiation
IPR- Law and Practice
Patent- Law and Practice
Legal Research and Writing
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