Elevate your career with executive education at Penn Law.
Penn Law Executive Education helps executives and professionals advance their careers at every level. Our programs combine world-class scholars and experts with dynamic curricula to provide courses that offer specialized instruction on an array of topics.
What you’ll get:
Courses led by world-renowned faculty, at a leading legal institution
CLE credits and course certification
A strengthened ability to provide superior client services
- Cross-disciplinary insight
Collaborative learning with attorneys from all over the world
An increased professional network
Interactive lectures and hands-on experiences, including workshops and site visits
Improved decision-making skills
Stronger analytical techniques
The 2020 Regulatory Analysis and Decision-Making and 2020 U.S. Corporate Law & Strategy Executive Education Certificate Programs have been cancelled due the rapidly evolving situation surrounding COVID-19.
Although we must cancel this year’s programs, we anticipate offering these executive education programs in late spring and early summer of 2021.
This executive education program is intended for any professional who interacts with regulatory decisions. It is well-suited for executives or professionals from around the world who work with regulation at the local, state, provincial, regional, national, or international levels, whether from business or government. View more details on Regulatory Analysis
This week-long executive program offers valuable skills for lawyers trained outside the United States seeking to expand or grow their practices or transition to a new, business-oriented practice. Practitioners who complete the course will gain a broader understanding of the unique legal considerations relevant at different points in a business’s diverse life cycle and an introduction to the skills needed to effectively represent clients or provide internal and external advice to businesses during those life cycles. View more details on U.S. Corporate Law and Strategy