We are doing something exciting and new with legal education. We believe that we are entering an age when the driving force of the economy will be entrepreneurship, and we want to make it easier by removing some of the hurdles. We can show you creative ways to use law in your everyday business, to save cost, to make money, to be confident and safe, and to have a vision like you never had.
We shall teach you the basics of raising funds, in form of equity or debt, and tell you how to negotiate investment agreements with your investors and contracts with your biggest clients and suppliers. We shall teach you legal tricks that multi-national corporations use on common people and suppliers, and give you a gameplan to protect your interests. We shall teach you how to sell to the biggest spender in the economy, the government. We shall teach you how import and export works. If you think law is archaic, boring or difficult to understand, we shall change that forever.
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Knowing the law and hiring a lawyer are not comparable – a businessman with legal skills brings very different values on the table than a businessman who has hired the best lawyer. Also, finding a good corporate lawyer in India is not at all easy. While litigating lawyers can be found in every nook and corner, there are few lawyers who practices or understands business law, or intellectual property law, or can help you with negotiating with venture capitalists are few and far between. Those who have these scarce skills charge a premium that is within the reach of investment funds and big corporate, but not something that entrepreneurs can afford.
To address this gap in the market, we have launched an initiative for capacity building in business laws in association with National University of Juridical Sciences, one of the top law schools in the country – targeted at managers, engineers, entrepreneurs, working professionals as well as students, who may start their own venture or work for a startup or an SME.
Does this interest you? To find out more, please check out http://startup.nujs.edu Who are we?
We are a bunch of corporate lawyers who have started a company called iPleaders to make law more accessible. One of the ways in which law can be made more accessible is by making legal education more accessible. This is why we started taking legal workshops for non-lawyers and developed a course under the aegis of NUJS to give legal training the next generation of business leaders.