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    Part time MLS Programs in Corporate Law

    What is corporate law?

    Corporate law is a branch of law that deals with regulating businesses and corporations. In the United States, this law is traditionally divided into federal law and state law. In Europe, corporations are regulated by a single law at the European level, while individual member states continue to operate their own acts and laws within that framework.

    In addition to company law, corporate law also deals with labor law and securities law. In a sense, this law seeks to create a balance between employees and employers, shareholders and companies by granting them certain rights without letting these rights be abused. Corporate law provides rules that protect investors and creditors and regulates the rights and obligations of corporations with respect to other organizations or individuals, as well as the duties our society imposes on these institutions.

    What are the benefits of studying corporate law as a law student?

    According to many law students, corporate law is a field of study that is very interesting and exciting. One of the main reasons for this is the variety of issues dealt with in this branch of law. These range from employment law to securities law and from commercial law to administrative law. In addition, corporate law students often find their skills in high demand for jobs after graduation.

    What law careers are available to law students studying corporate law?

    Law studies graduates can work as legal advisers for corporations or can practice corporate law as lawyers, judges or prosecutors. Corporate law graduates might also consider starting their own practices or teaching law at the university level.

    Students wishing to pursue advanced legal studies may benefit from a Master of Science in Legal Studies, or MLS. Because this degree is not necessarily required for many careers, it may stand out on a resume and give a graduate an advantage over other applicants.

    Part time learning allows one to obtain part-time degrees even if one cannot attend school on a full-time basis. One can learn at his or own pace, gradually accumulating credits which count towards final qualification.