About EBC Learning
EBC Learning is part of EBC’s educational initiative. It’s an online platform that brings to you courses on legal and ancillary subjects. A source for anyone seeking primary and continuing legal education. Courses at EBC Learning are only taught by top professionals, experts and teachers and meet the strictest quality standards.
Here is the list of top 10 law courses online:
This course on mergers and acquisitions law will help you independently transact corporate merger and acquisition transactions in India. It will give you an opportunity to learn the process of initiating and completing a full corporate transaction. The course provides much-needed practical information when one actually sits down to transact as an M&A lawyer.
This course is a practical guide for those preparing for the IBC practitioner exam. This course aims to keep you abreast with the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, which has brought a paradigm shift in the insolvency resolution process. It will be your guide in initiating the corporate resolution process as well as help in the filing of insolvency applications before the National Company Law Tribunal.
This course has been designed and developed to help candidates prepare for the Advocate-on-Record (AOR) examination, conducted every year by the Supreme Court of India. In this course, Mr. Namit Saxena, second rank holder in the 2019 AOR examination, has discussed the four papers of the exam, eligibility criteria, preparation techniques, examination pattern, syllabus, and tips and tricks for taking the AOR examination.
The focus of this course is to study the four subjects in the AOR examination syllabus, namely, Practice and Procedure, Drafting, Leading Cases and Professional Ethics.
Arbitration in India is governed by The Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 and its amendment in 2015. The course focuses on the Arbitration Act and its amendment and mainly deals with domestic arbitration.
This course focuses on various aspects and procedures for arbitration. It discusses the procedure to enter into an arbitration agreement, how to initiate arbitration proceedings, appoint an arbitrator, enforce an arbitration award, and how to appeal against an award.
The act of legal drafting necessitates mastering not merely the art of legal writing but also of understanding the nature of the transaction and the risks that might be involved in it. This course explains each clause in a typical contract which will enable you to draft, vet, or examine contracts to safeguard your or your client’s interests. The course also provides you with relevant checklists to use while drafting and some sample agreements, for example, Gift deeds, Lease deeds, Licence agreements, contract of sale, and Employment agreements.
This course explains the basics of arbitration law and gives an in-depth understanding of the procedures and practices relevant to this area of law. It is your ideal guide for examinations as well as for excelling in placement interviews. By the end of this course, you will be able to face the challenges in arbitration confidently, knowing what issues may arise and how to confront and tackle them with ease.
This course on Contract Law is a comprehensive guide on quasi-contracts. It gives a detailed explanation of all the related concepts such as indemnity, guarantee, agency, bailment and pledge along with corresponding sections and relevant cases for each topic. This course also has a number of special features like examination pointers, flowcharts, mind maps, access to full case text, and access to a discussion forum.
The Real Estate Regulatory Authority (RERA) is the regulator of the real estate industry in India, established in 2016 under the RERA Act. It aims to protect the rights and interests of consumers and property buyers by promoting uniformity and standardization of business practices and transparency of transactions in the real estate sector. RERA tries to balance the interests of consumers and promoters, builders and developers through a list of dos and don’ts for them.
This course has been designed for property buyers, builders, real estate developers and promoters, real estate agents, property lawyers, chartered accountants and other professionals associated with the real estate industry.
Mediation is a dynamic, structured, interactive process where a neutral third party assists disputing parties in resolving conflict through the use of specialized communication and negotiation techniques. All participants in mediation are encouraged to participate in the process actively. Mediation is a “party-centered” process in that it is focused primarily upon the needs, rights, and interests of the parties. The mediator uses a wide variety of techniques to guide the process in a constructive direction and to help the parties find their optimal solution. In this course, you will learn how the mediator manages the interaction between parties and facilitates open communication.
Law and Psychology have a very interesting intersection. This course approaches real-world legal issues exploring their social and psychological causes. The course has been designed to help connect theoretical and conceptual ideas using real-life examples and case studies of psychology law. Through various theories and experiments, giving practical examples, it deals with issues of mental health, essentials of essential psychology, investigation and rehabilitation in the criminal justice system.
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