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Centre for Commercial Law Studies

Expansion of the School of Law’s Executive Education

The School of Law is expanding its range of Executive Education short courses with the aim of supporting alumni throughout their careers.

An image of an eraser rubbing out a bridge between the UK and EU flags with a message to the side reading: 'Want to understand what post-brexit regulatory and market-access shifts mean for your global business? Enroll today

These new programmes will be open enrolment and will cover a range of legal and business topics, and also different business skills. Alumni will be able to create a personalised development ‘track’ of the learning most relevant to their particular career path.

Attending a course will also be a great way of networking and being part of our global learning community, with programmes available online as well as face-to-face in our different international locations.

The most recent addition to our portfolio is an online course run with the Institute for International Trade, University of Adelaide, exploring the impact of Brexit on trade between the UK, Europe and Asia.

John Taylor, Professor of International Finance and Trade Law at Queen Mary's Centre for Commercial Law Studies, commented: “If you are a professional advisor, trade negotiator or involved in any business which trades between the UK, Europe and Asia-Pacific, understanding the practical impact of Brexit is critical.”

Find out more and register for the Global Business Strategy in a Post-Brexit World programme. All alumni will receive a 20% discount on the course fee.



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