The University of Pennsylvania Law School Executive Education division has announced that it will be offering three new certificate programs this summer. In a sign of the times, all three programs will be delivered live on the school's Zoom platform. Each program is about a week long. They are aimed to help participants develop practical skills to manage a variety of legal issues, from regulatory analysis to compliance. Here are the three programs on offer this summer:
Regulatory Analysis and Decision-Making: This program will address the challenges in the constantly shifting regulatory landscape. It's aimed at those involved in making regulatory decisions or interacting with regulatory issues who want to hone their ability to make more informed decisions for their organization. The program will cover topics such as behavioral economics, artificial intelligence and other new tech, as well as transparency and information disclosure, among others. The program will take place on May 12-14 and 19-21.
The U.S. Corporate Law and Strategy program will focus on corporate law as it relates to various stages of a company's life cycle, from founding to corporate restructuring and reorganization. It's aimed at lawyers trained outside of the United States who are looking to become familiar with US corporate law, as well as US-trained attorneys without a corporate law background. The program will take place June 14-18.
And finally, the Compliance: The Overlooked Competitive Advantage program will address modern compliance programs and how to make them more effective. It's aimed at those working in and around the compliance field who are looking to build a more robust compliance infrastructure within their organizations. This program will be held on June 21-25.
For more information or to apply for one of these certificate programs, please see Penn Law Executive Education's legal education programs webpage.
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