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CCLS Courses & Events

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Date: 5th & 6th November 2016

Time: 9:30a.m. 5:00pm

Led by: Farhad Madon

Learn the language of business and be able to read and understand a balance sheet!

This workshop is open to Queen Mary School of Law postgraduate students on a first come/first served basis (45 places only).

The programme will be 15 hours spread over two days and Certificates of attendance will be provided.
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Confidence Skills for a Successful Career in Business & Law



Date: 18h March 2017

Time: 2:00pm to 6:00pm

Led by Sam Chittenden (Different Development)

In the professional worlds of legal and business services, having knowledge and expertise isn’t enough. In order to assure others, legal professionals need to act with confidence themselves. Having impact and developing effective relationships in a work environment relies on great communication skills.

This half-day workshop will explore self-assurance and presence in professional life and will help you to develop your own personal approach to acting with confidence.

Participating students will receive a Certificate of Attendance.
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Commercial Law Clinics Roundtable



Date of Event: 03 March 2017

Time: 10-4pm

Led by qLegal, Queen Mary Legal Advice Centre, Queen Mary University of London.

The provision of commercial law clinics within law schools has grown substantially over the past number of years and there has been more published academic work on UK commercial clinics. Increasingly more law schools are now looking to develop commercial-related clinic activity. At this roundtable we will discuss current commercial law clinics, best practice in developing a commercial law clinic and the challenges faced and assessing students in a commercial law clinic context.

This event will be hosted at Queen Mary University of London. Lunch will be provided.


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