U.S. Corporate Law and Strategy
2020 Executive Education Certificate Program
July 13–17, 2020 | Philadelphia, PA
The 2020 U.S. Corporate Law & Strategy Executive Education Certificate Program is cancelled due the rapidly evolving situation surrounding COVID-19.
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Although we must cancel this year’s program, we anticipate offering this executive education program in the summer of 2021.
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Who Should Attend
This executive education program is intended for lawyers trained outside the United States seeking to expand or grow their practices, or transition to a new, business-oriented practice. It is also well-suited for U.S. trained lawyers without a corporate background who are seeking to gain a deeper understanding of business-centric practice areas of U.S law. 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 represent clients or provide internal and external advice to businesses during those life cycles.
Penn Law’s world-renowned corporate law faculty will help you make sense of the most complex and challenging issues in corporate law today.
Top U.S. transactional attorneys will provide perspective and skills to help you increase your practice and client service.
Learn from the shared experiences of your peers from around the globe and expand your professional network.
This program is designed to increase your understanding of U.S. corporate law through a blend of interactive lectures and hands-on experience, including workshops and site visits.
This week-long executive program will focus on several areas of corporate law that are relevant at various times in a business’s life cycle. Led by renowned faculty from Penn Law and experienced practitioners, the program will focus not just on the theory and doctrine underlying those areas of business and corporate law, but pair the theory with practice.
Through this interactive program, you will be introduced to several areas of corporate law theory and legal practice, including*:
- entrepreneurship and early-stage capital investment;
- corporate governance and advice,
- mergers and acquisitions, and
- corporate restructuring and reorganization.
*Topics subject to change.
- $3,700 – Applications Accepted Before February 28, 2020
- $3,950 – Applications Accepted After March 1, 2020
*The program fee includes all lectures and course materials. Lodging and transportation to and from Penn Law to be arranged by students.
In the event that a program is cancelled by the University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School, all paid registration fees would be reimbursed. The Law School is not responsible for non-refundable travel arrangements or other planning expenses incurred.
- Early bird application deadline: February 28, 2020. Participants who apply by this date, and are accepted, will receive $250 discount off program fee.
- Regular application deadline: June 1, 2020.
Admission will be granted on a rolling basis, but we encourage everyone interested to apply as early as possible as there are a limited number of spots available in the program.
Admission into this program is based upon the background and materials submitted via the formal, online application process. The application fee for the program is $50.
Complete instructions for submitting an application can found here .
The online application and details about the process can be found at: www.law.upenn.edu/ExecEdUSCorporateLaw
Continuing Legal Education Credits (CLE)
CLE credits may be available for lawyers in attendance. If you have any questions regarding CLE credits for this program, please email us at USCorporateLaw@law.upenn.edu .
A limited amount of financial assistance is available to qualified applicants. Requests for more information on the qualifications and availability of assistance can be directed to USCorporateLaw@law.upenn.edu
Questions about the program, application process, and admissions can be directed to USCorporateLaw@law.upenn.edu