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Top 2 LLM Programs in Contract Law 2019/2020

Law school graduates and lawyers routinely apply an LL.M. to gain expertise in a specialized area of law, such as tax law or international law, or to move from one practice area into another.

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2 Results in Contract Law

University of Johannesburg

Are you interested in negotiating, drafting and executing contracts? Does the idea of studying contract law in South Africa’s vibrant commercial hub appeal to you? Do you ... [+]

Are you interested in negotiating, drafting and executing contracts? Does the idea of studying contract law in South Africa’s vibrant commercial hub appeal to you? Do you want to acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to excel in the drafting of contracts?

In a commercial atmosphere where more and more statutes propagate consumer rights and where plain language is becoming increasingly important, the drafter of modern-day contracts can no longer resort to the cutting and pasting of disjointed, archaic and even illegal phrases, thereby fudging together a contract. Rather, knowledge of current law pertaining to the drafting and interpretation of contracts and excellent language skills are the tools required by lawyers who negotiate and draft contracts. Indeed, practical as well as theoretical knowledge of drafting and interpretation of contracts are indispensable to practicing lawyers.... [-]

South Africa Johannesburg
January 2020
English
Full-time
2 years
Campus
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KNect365 Learning

Academic study with a strong practical dimension, including input from high profile construction law practitioners. Learn about Contract Law, Dispute Resolution, Procurem ... [+]

Academic study with a strong practical dimension, including input from high profile construction law practitioners.

Learn about Contract Law, Dispute Resolution, Procurement and much more from leading UK Construction Law Practitioners and academics.

Course Overview

The construction industry is by far one of the largest industries worldwide. Day-to-day construction issues are changing and require greater legal understanding. It has become imperative for professionals such as lawyers, architects and engineers in the industry to obtain specialised legal education to deal with increasing legal issues.

For example, even before the project development and contract award phase, legal implications need to be considered together with economic and technical aspects. Understanding the complex legal framework is indispensable when negotiating contracts with participants in a construction project. Thus contractors, engineers and suppliers who were traditionally not involved in legal matters are now expected to deal with contracts drafting, negotiation and implementation.... [-]

United Kingdom London
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English
Part-time
15 - 24 months
Online
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