As part of its educative initiative, HCLA is proud to announce its Advanced Training Courses for Legal Professionals and Managers in conjunction with the “Think Global, Go Global” (TGG) values.
The program is crafted for universities, arbitration centers, enterprises, bar associations and chambers of commerce, intending to enable TGG courses to be available for their members and employees.
The program is a hybrid of online and offline learning modules, with the former part being hosted via RTC-CLOUD as partners in this course. The advanced training course is designed to identify, inspire, educate, and support legal professionals, entrepreneurs, and start-ups keen to grow their skills and expand their activities internationally. In enhanced detail, the program focuses on practical themes every international legal professional or manager ought to know when seeking to understand their business activities in the legal sphere and in the event of going global.
Respective modules are to be crafted by legal experts, lawyers, diplomats, and professors, taking into consideration the background details of the participant group or interested company. Topics such as legal considerations in business transactions and related due diligence, how to expand globally, and the art of negotiation and contract drafting will be addressed.
The courses are taught primarily in English, but with the option of translating course material depending on the jurisdiction of interest.
The dissemination of the HCLA NETWORK’s knowledge and experiences on legal and arbitration-related issues, mainly in the field of international law and business, is an increasingly important aspect of HCLA’s work. Over the past decade, the HCLA- NETWORK has published several books and articles and organized dozens of conferences, workshops and training worldwide on contemporary issues. HCLA collaborates with the most prestigious universities, institutions, chambers of commerce and bar associations worldwide to produce a service that is indispensable to professionals seeking to expand their knowledge base.
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