CERTIFICATE COURSE ON LIABILITIES UNDER TORTS
ENROLLED - 7941
Torts are the wrongs committed by one individual against another individual. Tort law allows individuals to claim against any losses they suffer as a result of another’s action. They encompass a range of issues in society and offers a number of different career opportunities. The purpose of this area of law is to ensure that individuals do not suffer unnecessary loss. Lawyers working in this area will have to work alongside individuals who feel they have suffered a loss. Their task is to ascertain whether there has been a loss, what type of loss it is and convince the court to side with their client. As with all areas of law, it will involve lots of paper work and an array of support staff are needed; from secretaries and legal executives, to reporters and court interpreters .
Tort law sometimes requires you to act quickly. In particular, in slander and libel cases you will be up against the clock to prevent irreparable damage from occurring, rushing to prevent articles from being published or television programmes from airing. You may also find yourself working on high-profile cases where discretion will be of paramount importance.
Our course dealing with Liabilities under Torts, hence aim to create the aforementioned skills in our team. We strive to make the fading belief in Torts prominent again and make our team proficient in the application of Tort Laws.
Upon Submission of the Application Form, we shall contact you on 30th January '21.
Last Date for receipt of Applications - 29 January '21
Date of Commencement of Course - 1 February '21