MyLaw’s Certification of Specialisation in Corporate Law : Awesome Faculty, Hefty Discounts, Be the 1 in 80; REGISTER BY DEC 21; PLEASE MENTION LAWCTOPUS

Corporate Law is among the most sought areas of law in India today. And it is not difficult to see why. Corporate Law firms offer some of the highest starting packages for fresh graduates in the country, and have incredible bonus, appraisal and incentive structures.

Corporate lawyers get to work routinely on some of the biggest and most important business deals in India and around the world – the kind that are featured on front pages of newspapers and shape the economies of countries. But jobs in corporate law are limited.

Every year over 80,000 fresh graduates compete for less than 1000 openings in corporate law firms. Only those who bring something extra to the table are hired.

We at have identified the four most critical practice areas in Corporate Law and have developed the ‘Corporate Law Package’, an all-inclusive package that helps you comprehensively cover these topics, in one place, in one go.

What’s more you will be awarded a “Certificate of Specialisation in Corporate Law” from Rainmaker.

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The full details are HERE.

FEE: Rs. 20,000 but under this offer you can enrol for this package at Rs. 15,000

DURATION: 1 year

The Corporate Law Package on includes:

Mergers and Acquisitions

M&A forms the very backbone of all corporate legal work. Mergers, demergers, takeovers, acquisitions, joint ventures and investments form the basis of all global business transactions. For those who aspire to be corporate lawyers, knowledge of Mergers and Acquisitions Law is an absolute must. Tata Motors’ acquisition of Jaguar Land Rover was a $2.3 billion deal. With deal sizes that big, no wonder banks, major corporations and, of course, law firms, are paying big (no, enormous) bucks to get the best lawyers working for them.

Securites Law

The securities markets make or break economies. Lawyers make or break the securities markets. The largest IPO in Indian history was the Coal India IPO. It was oversubscribed 15 times and managed to raise $52.4 billion even though the target was just $3.4 billion. Who drove the IPO? Law firm and capital market giants Luthra & Luthra. Even in the litigation segment, some of the biggest and most prominent cases involve securities law – the Sahara case and the Reliance insider trading case being recent examples.

Banking and Finance Laws

The global banking industry is estimated to be worth $100 trillion. In India alone the banking industry is worth Rs. 77 trillion ($1.30 trillion) and is growing at rate of 23% every year. The banking and finance sector is one of the biggest employers of lawyers not just in India, but also all over the world. A specialised knowledge of Banking and Finance Laws is highly sought after and that is what you get with our programme on Banking and Finance Laws.

Drafting and reviewing commercial contracts

No corporate transaction can exist without a commercial contract. And no economy can exist without corporate transactions. Understanding and drafting commercial contracts is not just fundamental to the practice of law but it is also of paramount importance to business. So it is now absolutely necessary for lawyers, business professionals, senior management and company executives to have a deep understanding of such contracts.

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Created by lawyers from the top corporate firms in india, our online programmes on these four areas give you the knowledge and skills you need to get a foothold in this field.

Deeksha Singh graduated from National Law School of India University, Bangalore, in 2008. Following graduation, she joined ICICI Bank, Mumbai, where she worked with their Structured Finance and Corporate Strategy teams. Deeksha then joined with the Corporate Legal Department at Essar Group, where she independently handled various financing transactions. She joined Rainmaker in 2012 as a member of the Learning Team.

Deepa Mookerjee graduated from the National Law School of India University, Bangalore, in 2007. After graduation, she joined Amarchand Mangaldas Suresh A. Shroff & Co., New Delhi, and worked for five years in their General Corporate and Insurance Team.

Nikhil Chandra is an alumnus of the National Law School of India University, Bangalore and worked with AZB & Partners, Mumbai for five years after graduation. During this period, he garnered valuable experience in several areas of commercial law— primarily M&A, securities, and capital markets. At the time of his departure, Nikhil was spearheading the securities and capital markets practice of the firm. Nikhil was listed by Chambers and Partners as one of India’s leading capital markets lawyers in 2007.

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