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Diploma in Corporate Law and Governance – starts 6 October 2020
The Diploma in Corporate Law and Governance from the Diploma Centre provides students with a comprehensive and in-depth understanding of the law in relation to this interesting and changing sector, which has seen numerous changes since the introduction of the Companies Act 2014. 
 
The diploma focuses on typical ‘events’ during the lifetime of a corporate entity that solicitors advise on and the rules and regulations surrounding the governance of same – from company life-cycle, funding of starts up, advising shareholders,  share capital, corporate transactions, mergers and acquisitions to restructuring and company end of life – insolvency.  There is an analysis of director duties and responsibilities and the role of the Office of the Director of Corporate Enforcement as well as practical aspects of corporate governance. We have introduced innovative boardroom simulation modules where students will have an opportunity to gain an interactive insight into the functioning of the board, boardroom meetings and effective boardroom behaviour.  
 
For further information please visit the Diploma Centre pages on our website www.lawsociety.ie/diplomacentre  or contact us by email: diplomateam@lawsociety.ie or telephone: 01 672 4802.

 

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