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A master’s degree relating to law and regulations will set you up for a career as a paralegal. These degrees will help you become well versed in the law and how to utilize the law to help your clientele.
Students who complete a part of their degree in Asia are growing in numbers. Currently, the second and the third biggest economies are in Asia. Without limitation, students have described their time in Asia as the best experience of their lives. Today, three of the four most populated countries of the world are in Asia: China, India, and Indonesia.
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How do you gain a foothold in the world’s largest market and successfully navigate its ever changing landscape? The module at the internationally renowned Fudan University in Shanghai focuses on the peculiarities of the Chinese economic and legal system. [+]
Whether competition law protects consumers, the market structure, or both, is the subject of an ongoing discussion in academia and practice. The traditional interpretation of competition rules has been challenged by a more economic approach. [+]
Brickfields Asia College (BAC), a Cambridge International Associate Partner is proud to offer the CIE A-Level programme which would enable students to progress into degrees in Accounting, Business Management, Commerce, Economics, Finance, ITC, Communication, Law, Marketing and Mass Communication amongst others. [+]
Aimed at candidates who have previous undergraduate study in law, economics or marketing. Those who have proven work experience in these fields may also access this course. [+]
The Summer Program in Chinese Law provides an overview of the Chinese legal system with a focus on Chinese civil [+]
The lecture provides an overview of using of sociological monitoring in the law-making process. The substantial criteria of effectiveness of governance structure is its ability to match the long-term goals and values of society and state development, and to guarantee a [+]
On the sociological monitoring in the law-making process (lecture)
Time of courses: Autumn / Spring
The lecture provides an overview of using of sociological monitoring in the law-making process. The substantial criteria of effectiveness of governance structure is its ability to match the long-term goals and values of society and state development, and to guarantee a quality of the legal groundwork set for the changes affecting the country. In order to create a quality legal field, special attention should be paid to the planning of draft law activity, taking into account the strategic goals of state policies for the long-term prospect. In a federal state, for example Russian Federation, strategically oriented legislative activity is impossible without the regular performance of comprehensive analysis of lawmaking activity and legislative enforcement, both on the federal level and in the constituent entities of the Federation. An efficient tool for achieving the tasks is the monitoring of legislation and the analysis of legal enforcement practices (legal monitoring). It forms an integral part of the system of lawmaking, allowing constructing the whole legislative process on a transparent, fundamental legal basis. Legal monitoring has great value in federal state, one where federal and regional legislations are applied simultaneously. Legal monitoring is presently required as a factor unifying the legislative and legal enforcement activities of bodies of power of Federation and its constituent entities, especially in the course of national project implementation. Over the past years, a passage has been made from a theoretical justification of the idea of legal monitoring in Russian Federation, to a practical unfurling of its system on the basis of vital legislative evaluation criteria: the adopted legislation's ability to implement state policy priorities; guaranteed observance of citizens' constitutional rights and freedoms; the legislation's quality and efficiency. The lecture is a sociological study of this problem.... [-]
The DPLP is a practical transaction- based learning programme which aims to prepare suitably qualified graduates for legal practice in Scotland. The DPLP satisfies the requirements of Professional Education and Training Stage 1 (PEAT 1) of the professional training programme for solicitors in Scotland. Completion of PEAT 1 is required for entry into the legal profession in Scotland. [+]
Diploma in Professional Legal Practice
Programme Length: 9 months, full-time onlyStart Date: September
The DPLP is a practical transaction- based learning programme which aims to prepare suitably qualified graduates for legal practice in Scotland. The DPLP satisfies the requirements of Professional Education and Training Stage 1 (PEAT 1) of the professional training programme for solicitors in Scotland. Completion of PEAT 1 is required for entry into the legal profession in Scotland.
The Diploma in Professional Legal Practice consits of eight 15 credit courses divided into core and electives.
Induction week: There is a compulsory one week induction at the beginning of the course.... [-]