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Law courses often explore specific topics, such as regulatory theory or commercial law, giving scholars the chance to further their development in areas of personal interest. The specialization available through completion of a course may lead to a career in that area of law. What is a course in Asian law? This type of course may focus on the unique aspects of the economic and legal system within… Read more

Law courses often explore specific topics, such as regulatory theory or commercial law, giving scholars the chance to further their development in areas of personal interest. The specialization available through completion of a course may lead to a career in that area of law.

What is a course in Asian law? This type of course may focus on the unique aspects of the economic and legal system within Asian countries, such as China or the Philippines. Specific classes within the program may cover topics such as accounting and taxation, antitrust law, labor and social security law, features of economy specific to Asian countries and IP law. Each of these topics would be taught with an emphasis on the peculiarities of those laws, perhaps with some comparison to the same laws in Western countries.

With an improved understanding of cultural differences, course participants may find they are positioned for increased access to career advancement and increased earning potential. Students may also find they benefit from a deeper knowledge of legal policies and theories, as well as professional expertise in technical areas of the law.

The cost of participating in a course in Asian law will vary based on the specific school and the length of the course. Prospective students should research their options to find a program that best fits their situation and educational goals.

When professionals add a course in Asian law to their existing legal degrees, they may find they are suited for a number of desirable positions. These career opportunities may include work as corporate associates, commercial lawyers, legal counsel for businesses or shipping disputes lawyers. The competition for these jobs may be aggressive, but with the completed course, graduates should be in a better position. Other legal positions may include compliance counsel, IP litigation lawyer, construction lawyer and asset finance counsel.

Courses in Asian law are offered by schools all over the world. Some institutions may offer online courses for further convenience. Search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.

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U Law Hong Kong
Hong Kong

Our PPC is designed to prepare students or graduates of LLB (Hons), Graduate Diploma in Law (GDL), MA Law, or the Common Professional Examination (CPE) to undertake the necess ... +

Our PPC is designed to prepare students or graduates of LLB (Hons), Graduate Diploma in Law (GDL), MA Law, or the Common Professional Examination (CPE) to undertake the necessary PCLL Conversion examinations for admissions into the Postgraduate Certificate in Laws (PCLL) in Hong Kong. -
Course
Full-time
17 weeks
English
Campus
 
U Law Hong Kong
Hong Kong

Our PPC is designed to prepare students or graduates of LLB (Hons), Graduate Diploma in Law (GDL), MA Law, or the Common Professional Examination (CPE) to undertake the necess ... +

Our PPC is designed to prepare students or graduates of LLB (Hons), Graduate Diploma in Law (GDL), MA Law, or the Common Professional Examination (CPE) to undertake the necessary PCLL Conversion examinations for admissions into the Postgraduate Certificate in Laws (PCLL) in Hong Kong. -
Course
Full-time
17 weeks
English
Online
 

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