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English Law and the Legal System

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Goldsmiths, University of London (Senate House wc1e 7hu, OR New Cross, se14 6nw)

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London

SE14 6NW

United Kingdom

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Learn about key principles of English law and its application in practice, as well as the English legal system.

About this Event

The course is available in four formats:

  • Campus - VAT-free
  • Clients' Office
  • Online (Virtual Classroom) with live tutoring - VAT-free . Live tutoring brings all the benefits of face to face training and, in addition, improves skills for ‘digital’ participation - an essential skill of the 21st century.
  • Bespoke (Group or 1-2-1 coaching) - available on request.

Course dates and venue:

  • Mon 27 - Fri 31 Jul 2020 (10:00 - 17:00) - Virtual Classroom (Sold out)
  • Mon 24 - Fri 28 Aug 2020 (10:00 - 17:00) - Virtual Classroom
  • Mon 5 - Fri 9 Oct 2020 (10:00 - 17:00) - Senate House

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“In three days I just got more knowledge about the English legal systems and procedure than taking a one year masters in another place (I took one year masters in the US). Thank you...!”

“The course enabled me to consider justice from a number of angles. This course and the Psychology for Lawyers course, have also changed my views on how I manage my law firm. They have also made me completely change my PhD plan and have inspired me to focus on work that contributes to society.”

Course description

This 1-week course provides knowledge on a number of select areas building to a clear understanding of English law and the legal system as a whole. The course addresses the interrelation between law, its application in practice and the purpose of the legal system.

The course assesses the application of the law and the operation of the legal system in different contexts: in relation to people, small companies and large corporations.

The course uses psychological and other findings to explain unjust outcomes in the justice process (in criminal and civil justice), such as discrepancies in decision making.

Full course description here:

https://www.gold.ac.uk/short-courses/english-law-justice-system/

Tutoring

This course is directed by Fatos Selita, an English Barrister and New York State Attorney with over 14 years of extensive practice and teaching experience internationally, including in the UK, USA, Russia and the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL). Fatos has multi-disciplinary training and experience, including in psychology and genetics (behavioural differences). He is also a trainer in Mind Influences on Decision making, as well as the director of the ‘Psychology and Law’ and 'The Psychology of Decision Making' courses. Fatos has also many years of experience in delivering training online and has received outstanding feedback from participants. Read more…

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To book this course for a group, please email us.

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Location

Campus or Virtual Classroom

Goldsmiths, University of London (Senate House wc1e 7hu, OR New Cross, se14 6nw)

Room details will be emailed

London

SE14 6NW

United Kingdom

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Refund Policy

Contact the organiser to request a refund.

Eventbrite's fee is nonrefundable.

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