Commercial Litigation

Commercial Litigation

ABOUT COMMERCIAL LITIGATION

When business disputes extend beyond negotiations, it falls to the commercial litigation lawyers to settle the issue. 

Commercial litigation is one of the most complex and challenging areas of the law due to the many different specialty areas. Subjects in this stream will hone your skills under the guidance of senior practitioners and equip you to act in commercial disputes.

I would highly recommend The College of Law Masters to anybody because not only is it very practical but it’s taught well and it’s immediately applicable to one’s day-to-day practice.

Nathanael Kitingan

Special Counsel, Macpherson Kelley, Melbourne Australia

COURSE DETAILS

Subjects

CLP1 Foundations of Commercial Litigation

CLP2 Pre-trial Procedures

CLP3 Dispute Resolution Processes

CLP4 Managing Complex Litigation

CLP11 Building and Construction Disputes

CLP12 Insurance Disputes

CLP13 Intellectual Property Litigation

CLP14 Insolvency Litigation

CLP15 Corporations Litigation

CLP16 Competition Litigation

CLP17 Major Project (Commercial Litigation)

CLP00 Capstone Project (Commercial Litigation)


Advisory Board

David Courtenay Principal, Courtenay & Co

Philip Bambagiotti  Barrister

Lachlan Menzies Barrister, 8th Floor Wentworth Chambers

Renee Stevens Lawyer, SRM Lawyers

 

Teaching Staff

Darrell Kake Solicitor Director, 1Legal, Queensland Law Society Accredited Specialist (Commercial Litigation)

Lachlan Menzies Barrister, 8th Floor Wentworth Chambers

Florence Thum Executive Lawyer, Davidson Legal

Ted Popper Adjunct Lecturer, The College of Law

Kendall Odgers Adjunct Lecturer, The College of Law

I would highly recommend The College of Law Masters to anybody because not only is it very practical but it’s taught well and it’s immediately applicable to one’s day-to-day practice.

Nathanael Kitingan, Special Counsel, Macpherson Kelley

Applied Law Program

The coursework has been absolutely relevant to my daily practice. The material that was provided to us throughout the course is constantly being used by me throughout my practice.

Adeline Schiralli, Associate, Willis & Bowring

Applied Law Program

I found it really useful that a lot of the work was actually done by teleconference. Working in my own practice this means I don’t have to take days and days off work.

Catherine Devine, Barrister, Victorian Bar

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