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Legal Career Training: Thomson Reuters
Thomson Reuters is the world?s largest provider of legal information with the flagship Westlaw product and a broad range of publications under the West, Sweet & Maxwell, and Carswell publishing houses.
Legal Advancement Program (LAP)
In today's professional legal environment, employers seek law graduates who are job-ready from day one. To enhance the legal practical skills, Thomson Reuters has launched the unique Legal Advancement Program (LAP).
The launch of the program is well covered in press and is welcomed by Mr. Lalit Bhasin ? President Society of Indian Law Firms (SILF).
? LAP is an innovative and flexible online training program supporting the transition to practice with real life scenarios and expert-led live virtual sessions
? The 4 months duration program covers Contract drafting, Legal Writing and Research, Trial Advocacy and Civil Procedure
? Provides authoritative Program Completion Certification to differentiate candidacy in tough job market
? Potential to secure internship
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