The Academy of Law is an accredited training provider by various statutory bodies, including the Dubai legal Affairs Department and the Dubai Knowledge and Human Development Authority. We offer Learning and Development activities for legal professionals from all backgrounds and levels, from experienced English language Common Law practitioners through to newly qualified lawyers and those currently operating in Arabic speaking civil system.
The Academy identified the legal needs of multinational corporations, and found that broad competencies were required for lawyers to deliver value. It devised a strategy for filling gaps in traditional legal education by focusing on cross-training students and lawyers in civil and common law systems, providing international and comparative law perspectives, expanding access to knowledge by offering Arabic and English language courses, and teaching practical skills and ethical principles to help lawyers develop the competencies required to best serve the legal needs of international clients.
Certificate in HR Law and Practice- 2019…
In association with Stephenson Harwood
The Academy of Law in collaboration with Stephenson Harwood Middle East LLP’s specialist employment team are delighted to bring you the Certificate in Human Resources Law and Practice for the third consecutive year. This course considers key employment issues that may arise throughout the employment life cycle. Special discount rates are available for HR practitioners and university students. Email us at email@example.com or call 04-4273390
Legal Design Conference [21st April…
In association with Lexis Nexis
The legal industry is ready for change. Post digital revolution, the inaccessibility of law is no longer accepted – some key regulations (such as the GDPR) impose a higher standard of clarity of legal information; companies need to make decisions ever faster; showstopper legal tools are often not efficient and judges request concision. It’s time to bring legal services and lawyer’s skill sets in line with modern business pace, technology and modern business needs. To maintain relevance and competitive advantage, lawyers must not only have superior technical skills, but also cultivate strong human skills like empathy, creativity, adopt an innovation mindset and take a ‘user-centric’ approach to designing their products and services, to ensure that they truly serve their clients business needs.
Legal Design Training Course [22nd-23rd April…
In association with Lexis Nexis
This course is designed in particular for legal professionals (both in-house and private practice) seeking to collaborate and expand their knowledge and skill set on creating user-centric legal services that will not only truly engage clients but improve business efficiency and promote innovation. In this training course, you will ‘learn by doing’ and collaborate with fellow participants in a series of 4 interactive workshop modules. After completing this Legal Design training, you and your team will have acquired new knowledge, skills, techniques and methods that you can implement right away at work to improve your legal business, services, build stronger client relationships and promote innovation.