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Law Courses Law courses are designed for continuing personal development and are offered by a number of leading universities and other educational institutions around the world. Courses in Law and Regulations have many study options available that may include online, classroom, individually or in conjunction with degree programs. Some of the specialized areas of study for law courses are commercial law, intellectual property, regulatory theory, and others. Also many sectors have specific courses discussing the current trends and regulatory issues relating to their specific industry. The variety of different Law courses can be overwhelming - don't let it stop you! Start your search by looking at the most popular Law courses listed below.

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  • What is Fintech Law and Why Study It?

    What is Fintech Law and Why Study It?

    Jan 24, 2022

    Funding for fintech (and fintech-related) companies has quadrupled during the last five years, and it's no longer just a start-up space. Major firms like Visa and Mastercard are pivoting toward new types of money and digital assets. The US government introduced 35 new bills focused on crypto and digital finance platforms during 2021, with more legislation expected in 2022. In fact, some commentators believe 2022 is the year when the fintech industry explodes. That means we should expect an increase in demand for fintech professionals, including lawyers and legal experts who can help the industry grow the right way. If you're looking for a future-proof job with serious earning potential, check out this guide to why you should study fintech law.

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  • What Law Students Should Know About the Ruth Bader Ginsburg Effect

    What Law Students Should Know About the Ruth Bader Ginsburg Effect

    Sep 3, 2021

    Ruth Bader Ginsburg passed away in September 2020 at the age of 87 after serving for 27 years as a justice on the US Supreme Court. Ginsburg, affectionately known also as simply 'RBG', built her career advocating for gender equality, but her fight to end discrimination began long before becoming a judge. The legacy she left with her passing impacts women in America and the entire world. Learn more about what RBG’s lifelong fight to end sex discrimination can teach all of us and how her legacy is inspiring a surge of applications to law schools.

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  • How To Choose A Law School

    How To Choose A Law School

    Sep 3, 2021

    When making the choice to pursue a career as a lawyer, one of the most important decisions to make is where you’ll attend law school. Here’s what you need to know when it comes to making sure the law school you’ve chosen is the right one for you.

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  • 7 Tips for Applying to Law School

    7 Tips for Applying to Law School

    Aug 21, 2019

    Have you finally decided on a career in law? Can you see yourself standing up in a packed courtroom defending the innocent and most vulnerable members of society? Are you inspired to make the world a better (and safer) place by prosecuting those who would do otherwise? Or would you like to sit on one of the highest courts of all, where you can help shape and uphold the standards of justice and liberty for generations to come? If so, then the first thing you'll need is a law degree. Thankfully, we've come up with a few pointers that will make the application process as easy as possible. Here are seven tips for securing yourself a place at law school.

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